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It’s now official: Nancy, the washed up ukulele player, has lost what’s left of her feeble mind, and is a damn liar…

by Bob in Breckenridge ( 80 Comments › )
Filed under Blogmocracy, Blogwars, LGF at September 1st, 2009 - 11:26 pm

Most of us, with an iota of common sense, would take what U.S. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN), said with a grain of salt.

But of course, the moronic pony-tailed douchebag, who sees a boogeyman, Christian, creationist, or nazi (but no moo-slimes) around every corner, sees some kind of nefarious action behind every Republican event.

The ignorant simpleton actually believes that Rep. Bachmann wants the people at her rally to literally “slit their wrists”.

There’s nothing left to say.

Chuckles is an absolute psychotic moron. If this doesn’t prove it to you, nothing will. The only thing more pathetic than Chuckles are the ass-kissing sicko-phant losers who continually post at Nancy’s cesspool.

I won’t even link to it. Go look for yourself…as if you need more proof.

Of course, what the pony-tailed dimwitted Nancy fails to point out is that the HCAN clowns are the imbecile Nobama’s left-wing stooges, and the fact that the “astro-turfers” are also radical leftists. Chuckles the liar claims HCAN is right-wing…What a doucebag and fucking liar Chuckles is. Un-freakin-believable…Read from HCAN’s website, and you tell me if they’re right-wing:

“National grassroots campaign for quality, affordable health care people can count on, working for the Obama plan for health care reform in 2009.”

Hey Nancy, we caught you in yet another lie, asshole. Have the guts to come over here and debate me, Chuckles, you gutless douchebag
A BIG Hat tip to Coldwarrior…

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80 Responses to “It’s now official: Nancy, the washed up ukulele player, has lost what’s left of her feeble mind, and is a damn liar…”
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  1. Possum
    1 | September 1, 2009 11:43 pm

    I am going to draw a cartoon, but I can’t draw very well.

    I think we should have a daily cartoon, one that the members submit, one that belongs to us.


  2. 2 | September 1, 2009 11:57 pm

    Good grief.


  3. Possum
    3 | September 2, 2009 12:02 am

    re: #2 by archonix

    What do you mean “Good grief” I only said I couldn’t draw well…


  4. 4 | September 2, 2009 12:04 am

    Every sixth comment or so is deleted


  5. Bob in Breckenridge
    5 | September 2, 2009 12:09 am

    re: #4 by savage

    LOL! How ya been?


  6. 6 | September 2, 2009 12:12 am

    re: #5 by Bob in Breckenridge

    Check your email in a few mins, ok?


  7. justin case
    7 | September 2, 2009 12:17 am

    i love the way he lets that cato the tosser spew the most vile filthy hatred towards sarah palin and her kid, but then bans anybody if they speak bad about ted kennedy.
    double standards.


  8. 8 | September 2, 2009 12:22 am

    re: #8 by Bob in Breckenridge

    Ok it’s sent


  9. IslandLibertarian
    9 | September 2, 2009 12:25 am

    Did you hear what Harry Ried said?
    Did you hear what Robert Gibbs said?
    Did you hear what Nancy Pelosi said?
    Did you hear what “0″ (pronounced zero) said?

    Doesn’t matter. There are right wing wack-os to bash!

    /crystal clear motives at work….


  10. African Moondog
    10 | September 2, 2009 12:27 am

    I don’t know what happens at Glenn Beck Watch these days, but I believe that Iron Fist suggested that that was a more appropriate name for the once great blog.

    Indeed the most interesting thing about the site is to find out who is the latest to be banned and blocked. Since all the old posters have undergone that rite of passage, even that is losing it’s amusement value.


  11. Bob in Breckenridge
    11 | September 2, 2009 12:55 am

    re: #12 by African Moondog

    This started long before the Glenn Beck bullshit, many years before that episode. 90% of us were blocked/banned well before that, just for having the gall to disagree with the pony-tailed dimwit.


  12. coldwarrior
    12 | September 2, 2009 3:39 am

    329 Charles Tue, Sep 1, 2009 6:43:32pm replyquote

    * 6
    * down
    * up
    * report

    re: #302 Pianobuff

    This is rich… An HCAN (Healthcare for America Now) organizer is caught on tape tutoring astro-turfers on how to properly shout down questions and to quell debate at the townhalls.

    Why would you expect otherwise? When the loony right is showing up in force to town hall meetings, carrying semi-automatic rifles and acting like complete morons, of course the pro-health care side is going to start organizing against it.”

    ——/end charles’ post

    so, charles, my parents are loons? dad served in vietnam, mom raised three excellent children. you, sir have lost your mind and your way. we out here in flyover country are not all loons and gun toting morons. of course, you cant see that, nor would you admit that. you, sir, are blinded; blinded by what i am not sure, but blinded to the reality ‘out here’ none the less.

    i would throw an invective or two your way but it is not worth beating a man when he’s down. you and your blog have lost the initiative. your quasi-intellectual-progressive-ban-a-minute schtick isnt working either. its sad and repressive, but its your blog, so break out that banning stick one more time, it’ll make you feel better! and, that will give the rest of us over here some more laughs, and some more traffic!


  13. My5princesses
    13 | September 2, 2009 3:51 am

    re: #15 by coldwarrior

    Lefties never argue the issues, it’s always personal attacks. Suprised they weren’t calling us commoners racists.


  14. My5princesses
    14 | September 2, 2009 3:52 am

    And besides, if you’re going to be a loon, you might as well be an armed one.

    BTW, don’t know if you ever saw a Loon in the wild, but they are magnificent birds.


  15. Bob in Breckenridge
    15 | September 2, 2009 3:53 am

    re: #15 by coldwarrior

    Of course, what the pony-tailed dimwitted Nancy fails to point out is that the HCAN clowns are the imbecile Nobama’s left-wing stooges, and the fact that the “astro-turfers” are also radical leftists. Chuckles the liar claims HCAN is right-wing…What a doucebag and fucking liar Chuckles is. Un-freakin-believable…Read from HCAN’s website, and you tell me if they’re right-wing:

    “National grassroots campaign for quality, affordable health care people can count on, working for the Obama plan for health care reform in 2009.”

    Hey Nancy, we caught you in yet another lie, asshole. Have the balls to come over here and debate me, Chuckles, you gutless douchebag…


  16. mary lee
    16 | September 2, 2009 4:05 am

    re: #15 by coldwarrior

    Good Morning Coldwarrior! I know we all keep asking ourselves{ WHAT HAPPENED)but it happened. Charles is commited to these belief’s and probably always has been.Alot of people remembered 9/11 for a very short time.


  17. Aussie Infidel
    17 | September 2, 2009 4:34 am

    Hey savage.

    You might want to slot this into its own thread. It is just about to break out all over again in the Balkans. Let’s see how Obambi mans up now.

    http://www.stratfor.com/node/144934/analysis/20090901_bosnia_herzegovina_croat_bosniak_political_conflict_flares

    Bosnia-Herzegovina: Croat-Bosniak Political Conflict Flares Up
    STRATFOR TODAY »
    September 1, 2009 | 2200 GMT

    PETRAS MALUKAS/AFP/Getty Images
    Bosnia-Herzegovina’s prime minister, Nikola Spiric, on Sept. 9, 2008
    Summary
    Bosniak and Croat leaders in Bosnia-Herzegovina resumed their political conflict after Bosnian Croat leader Dragan Covic met with Serbian President Boris Tadic. Bosniak political leaders fear that their Croat and Serb counterparts may be forming an alliance that would threaten Bosniak political independence.
    Analysis
    Political tensions in Bosnia-Herzegovina are heightened anew, this time between the Croat and Bosniak (Bosnian Muslims) political leaders of the “Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina” — the Bosniak-Croat political entity that together with the Serb entity Republika Srpska forms the country known as Bosnia-Herzegovina. This tracks with STRATFOR’s most recent analysis on Bosnia, which highlighted the tensions between Bosnian Croats and Muslims as the key potential hot spot in the Balkans.
    This most recent Croat-Bosniak political conflict comes after Bosnian Croat leader Dragan Covic, head of the political party known as the Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia-Herzegovina, met with Serbian President Boris Tadic in Belgrade on Aug. 28. Covic was accompanied by the Bosnian Serb prime minister of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, and the visit came only one day after Croat ministers boycotted the Federation government by walking out on Aug. 27 because they felt that their Bosniak counterparts were outvoting them on a proposed route for a crucial motorway. The sole Serb minister in the Federation government also joined the boycott, albeit for reasons not immediately clear. The main Bosniak party, the Party of Democratic Action (SDA), is now threatening to boycott the government at the federal level, where it opposes the decision by the Serb prime minister of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Nikola Spiric, to appoint a Croat (rather than a Bosniak) as Sarajevo’s new EU negotiator.
    The Bosniak political leaders are nervously watching what they consider to be their nightmare scenario unfolding: a potential political collusion between the two Christian ethnic groups, the Croats and Serbs. The political conflict between Croats and Bosniaks could lead to further political fragmentation in Bosnia and the weakening of the Muslim position in Bosnia and the Balkans.

    Bosnia is perpetually considered the powder keg of Europe. It has traditionally sat at the crossroads of various European spheres of influence. The end of the brutal civil war in the 1990s left a divided country tenuously held together by Western intervention and overt international oversight. Most analysis on the potential for renewed conflict has concentrated solely on the threat that Republika Srpska would proclaim independence and try to join Serbia, particularly following Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence. However, STRATFOR has closely followed the eroding relationship between Bosnian Croats and Bosniaks, particularly over the past year.
    The latest tension between Croats and Bosniaks follows a series of events in April that illustrated the brewing unrest in the Croat-Bosniak “Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina”. A group of Croat soccer hooligans set a bus full of Bosniaks ablaze in late April in Mostar, a town that is split down the middle into two sides — one Bosniak, the other Croat. During the same period, calls from Croat leaders in Bosnia for greater autonomy and outright independence from the Bosniaks were beginning to increase — displayed by the establishment in Mostar of a symbolic “Croat Republic” government that was set up in April to protest the supposed Bosniak domination of the Bosniak-Croat political entity. Also in April, Reis-ul-Ulema Mustafa Ceric, the head of the Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, urged Muslim religious leaders to take a political stance on the issue of creating a distinct Muslim nation within Bosnia, comments that did not sit well with the Bosnian Croats (or the Serbs).
    Several underlying factors explain the heightened tensions between the Bosniaks and Croats in their joint Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most important factor is the fact that the Federation is a marriage of convenience, born out of fear of domination by the Serbs during the 1992-1995 Bosnian Civil War.
    During the Civil War, Croats in Bosnia were supported by the newly independent Croatian state to carve out their own piece of Bosnia. In fact, nationalist leaders of Serbia and Croatia — Slobodan Milosevic and Franjo Tudjman, respectively — agreed to carve up Bosnia in 1991 even while their forces fought each other in both Croatia and Bosnia. However, as Bosnian Serbs began to dominate the conflict through their overwhelming military advantage (they inherited most of the armaments from the dissolved Yugoslav National Army), the West, led by Washington, pushed for an alliance between the Croats and Bosniaks to prevent complete domination by the Bosnian Serbs.
    Therefore, not only is the Federation an alliance of convenience, it is also an arranged marriage proposed, initiated and nurtured by the United States. The alliance was entrenched by the Dayton Accords in 1995, which solidified the two political entities that today comprise Bosnia-Herzegovina. However, as the 1990s passed and as U.S. interests focused on the Middle East and South Asia, Washington left Bosnian affairs to the Europeans. But with their own economic recession and EU enlargement fatigue, the Europeans have also begun to lose interest. The fact that top U.S. negotiator Richard Holbrooke, famous for his role in pushing U.S. interests during the Balkan conflicts and running the Dayton negotiations, is now in charge of the State Department’s South Asia policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan is symbolic of this shift in focus. With the West, particularly the United States, disinterested, the Federation loses its most prominent advocate.
    Furthermore, the Bosniak-Croat entity is complicated by its multiethnic makeup. While Republika Srpska is now predominantly Serb and no other ethnicity comprises more than 10 percent of the population (a result of ethnic cleansing campaigns during the war), the Federation still has a considerable (more than 20 percent) Croat minority (the Serb minority was forced out by the war). As such, Republika Srpska is relatively spared from further internal ethnic conflict, while the Federation still has potential hot spots such as the intensely divided Mostar.

    With the West distracted, the fate of the Bosniak-Croat Federation is now at the mercy of regional forces. While both Serbia and Croatia now share aspirations of EU membership and (for the near future) have no designs to carve up Bosnia-Herzegovina between them as they did in the early 1990s, they do still want to retain their influence in the country. For Belgrade in particular, the key issue at hand is reducing the influence of Reis-ul-Ulema Mustafa Ceric in Sandzak, the predominantly Muslim region of Serbia. For Serbia, a pan-Islamic community of the Balkans would mean that a sizable Muslim population in Serbia (around 5 percent of the total population) would have shared loyalties, which is not necessarily negative as long as Serbia controls the political orientation of the religious leader, though this is not the case with the independent Ceric.
    Belgrade’s invitation of the Bosnian Croat political leader Covic may therefore have been a message by Serbia to Ceric and Sarajevo in general that it too can interfere in the country’s internal affairs. Belgrade is miffed about Ceric’s visit to its breakaway province of Kosovo (which is also predominantly Muslim) and could be using the threat of greater Croat-Serb collaboration in Bosnia as a warning to the Bosniaks.
    The ultimate nightmare scenario for the Bosniaks is that Zagreb and Belgrade align their interests again and threaten Bosniak political independence. The Bosniaks are essentially surrounded by an independent Croatia and Serbia and have no close allies nearby. With Washington’s focus elsewhere and the Europeans noncommittal, the Bosniaks would be hard-pressed to oppose a coordinated Croatian-Serbian campaign to dominate Bosnia politically. This is why the Bosniaks received Covic’s visit to Belgrade so negatively. And it likely explains precisely why Covic went to Belgrade: it sent a message to the Bosniaks that they should take the Croat boycott of the Federation government seriously, or else the Croats could seek an alliance with the Serbs (both in Belgrade and Bosnia). The question now is how long can the Bosniaks endure the loss of American and European attention before they start looking for new allies (perhaps recently resurgent Turkey) in earnest.


  18. vagabond trader
    18 | September 2, 2009 5:05 am

    lol, Hil has been reduced to cleaning up after frat parties. How appropriate considering who she is married to.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/2009/09/02/2009-09-02_afghan_embassy_patrol_in_deviant_parties_report.html


  19. Iron Fist
    19 | September 2, 2009 5:40 am

    re: #18 by vagabond trader

    Reaganite will get a kick out of that. She tried to make him clean up at some function years ago, and he basically told her to pound sand.


  20. Iron Fist
    20 | September 2, 2009 5:59 am

    re: #12 by coldwarrior

    At some point we have to reach the end of asking “What the hell happened?” Was Charles always like this (if so, he hid it very well), did he get taken in by Obama’s oratory, is he doing drugs? Who knows. He’s pissed away friends all over the internet, and sown ill-will against himself, but in the end he has done it to himself.

    His freak out about the guy with the rifle is really most puzzeling. The guy wasn’t breaking the law, and the Secret Service wasn’t preturbed about it. Other than maybe Kos, I’ve not even seen the Leftists make too much of it, but then I don’t make it a habit to visit Kos or DU so maybe I missed something.

    In any event, Charles has turned his coat, and is clearly on the Leftist side now. Like converts to other religions, he will probably go to the extreme Left to prove what a good little Leftist he is. We’ll see how that works for him.


  21. 21 | September 2, 2009 6:09 am

    selrahC actually thinks that?

    What an idiot.


  22. quiet man
    22 | September 2, 2009 6:11 am

    How many people has the asshole banned using the statement “Oh, so you now want to act like the left?” when someone points out their behavior.

    The problem with Chuckie is that he really is a full blown liberal, yet needs to hide that fact somewhat to protect his phoney baloney blog. That he cannot see his own faults and hypocracies, refuses to allow any sort of dissent against the lefts talking points, and now lies outright, daring anyone to challenge his beliefs simply proves the point.


  23. 23 | September 2, 2009 6:13 am

    re: #3 by Possum

    It was my reaction to the original post…


  24. 24 | September 2, 2009 6:14 am

    re: #17 by Aussie Infidel

    Good! I hope the Serbs and Croats end this Terror Islamic state!


  25. Iron Fist
    25 | September 2, 2009 6:18 am

    Good shit that you won’t see at LGF anymore:

    From Preparedness to Appeasement
    Grueling war, promises of peace, new attack — are we about to repeat this tired cycle?

    New VDH goodness. Go thou and read of it. He’s a brilliant, brilliant man, and he sees what is happening very clearly.


  26. 26 | September 2, 2009 6:20 am

    re: #25 by Iron Fist

    That will be my morning post and you will get a Hat tip!


  27. My5princesses
    27 | September 2, 2009 6:30 am

    re: #26 by Rodan

    Rodan, I wouldn’t read that article, it kinda says nice things about both President Bushes.


  28. 28 | September 2, 2009 6:45 am

    re: #27 by My5princesses

    I read it and it does whitewash the appeasements of George Bush Jr, but it’s still a great analysis.


  29. My5princesses
    29 | September 2, 2009 6:50 am

    re: #28 by Rodan

    Just trying to get you fired up this morning, you’re kinda calm right now.


  30. 30 | September 2, 2009 6:58 am

    re: #28 by Rodan

    I read it and it does whitewash the appeasements of George Bush Jr, but it’s still a great analysis.

    Dubya was the bestest, most awesomest President ever! Except for his daddy, of course.

    /ducks


  31. My5princesses
    31 | September 2, 2009 7:02 am

    re: #30 by tqcincinnatus

    Methinks we might go on his naughty list now.


  32. Iron Fist
    32 | September 2, 2009 7:04 am

    re: #31 by My5princesses

    You will be BANNED! Banished to the nethermost regions of Hell! Where demons will feast on your soul for all eternity!

    Something like that.


  33. My5princesses
    33 | September 2, 2009 7:12 am

    re: #32 by Iron Fist

    I hope those Demons like sweets, cause grandpa here has a very peaceful soul. After their teeth rot out, they’ll leave me alone.

    I feel safe, Championxxxx is still coming around and firing up the faithful.


  34. The Osprey
    34 | September 2, 2009 8:00 am

    Rodan, check your headline. Shouldn’t it be “Nancy, the washed up ukelele player?”


  35. justin case
    35 | September 2, 2009 8:02 am

    re: #24 by Rodan

    the muslims have nothing to worry about, they have the protection of the american armed forces.
    think i am joking, see what happens if anything kicks off.


  36. 36 | September 2, 2009 8:07 am

    re: #35 by justin case

    Oh yeah, that’s right! American Armed Forces always side with Muslims against Christians. I forgot that!


  37. 37 | September 2, 2009 8:08 am

    re: #34 by The Osprey

    This isn’t my post.


  38. The Osprey
    38 | September 2, 2009 8:15 am

    re: #37 by Rodan

    Ah, just noticed it is Bob’s.


  39. Speranza
    39 | September 2, 2009 8:25 am

    I do not think that I even want to lurk at LGF any more. I think it would be far too depressing seeing what once was such a great blog decline into Kos-like vindictiveness.

    I wonder why they do not link to Hanson any more on LGF?


  40. Speranza
    40 | September 2, 2009 8:26 am

    re: #30 by tqcincinnatus

    Dubya was the bestest, most awesomest President ever! Except for his daddy, of course
    .
    Surely you jest.


  41. mike
    41 | September 2, 2009 8:34 am

    Any bets on topics for today? Beck, Paul, Bachmann? For sure nothing on the fucking commie that has taken over the country and will address the children next Tuesday.


  42. 42 | September 2, 2009 8:36 am

    re: #41 by mike

    He will have Ron Paul or a Beck thread.


  43. Speranza
    43 | September 2, 2009 8:43 am

    Ned (Cato the Elder) is one sick mofo

    #2 Cato the Elder

    If she would just slit her own wrists and leave it at that, it would save Obama’s jack-booted thugs the trouble of hauling her up before a Palin Panel and pulling the Trig.


  44. quiet man
    44 | September 2, 2009 9:01 am

    Charles probably will say that Hanson somehow has affronted the Ivory tower purist republican
    altar that he, Chuckie “Arlen” Johnson worships atl;that he will use the thinnest of threads and connections to pretend this is so is a given.


  45. quiet man
    45 | September 2, 2009 9:09 am

    Speranza
    Is that the one charles pulled but did not delete the entire comment?

    A perfect example of his duplicity, bias, and prejudice in action.

    Both show bias against Sarah Palin as a woman and a leader. Cato never stops refering to her sex and he is a true misogyinst, Chuckie always allows it within reason and with his constant jumping on any and every comment, this means he supports and promotes that misogyny with his own prejudice. That Chuckie supports and promotes this shows his duplicity by standing with others as they attack a woman on her sex.

    The acceptable insuts to the children are just them reveling in the pure malice that they seem to share.


  46. 46 | September 2, 2009 9:22 am

    re: #40 by Speranza

    Surely you jest.

    No way! Bush was most assuredly the Augustus of our time!


  47. Speranza
    47 | September 2, 2009 9:22 am

    re: #45 by quiet man

    He deleted the comment but has never banned Ned (Cato the Elder) even though he has banned people for saying things far less vicious about Ted Kennedy.


  48. Speranza
    48 | September 2, 2009 9:24 am

    re: #46 by tqcincinnatus

    Bush was a decent man but he became a very weak president his second term and was the grave digger of the Republican party. We would’ve been better off if he had resigned and let Cheney run the country. W. paved the way for The One.


  49. Iron Fist
    49 | September 2, 2009 9:35 am

    re: #47 by Speranza

    That is Saint Ted, and I’ll hear no bad things said about him.

    (Mary Jo Kopechne could not be reached for comment)


  50. mike
    50 | September 2, 2009 9:37 am

    Mark Sanford is crazy, not a fucking thing about Obama, and oh yeah, and threats against you.


  51. mike
    51 | September 2, 2009 9:39 am

    re: #47 by Speranza

    And don’t mention when the last relevant topic actually was.


  52. Iron Fist
    52 | September 2, 2009 9:39 am

    re: #50 by mike

    which “you”?


  53. 53 | September 2, 2009 9:40 am

    The Original Thread Says:

    Chuckles is an absolute psychotic moron. If this doesn’t prove it to you, nothing will.

    I hate to commit fratricide here, but the above comment being placed in that label laden, fact deprived screed pretending to be analysis or expose of LGF’s lunacy of some sort is just pure comedy and quite ironic!

    I mean seriously: “moronic”, “pony-tailed”, “douchebag”, “psychotic”, “moron”, “Nancy’s cesspool”, “dimwitted”, “Imbicle”, “left-wing stooges”…

    No emotion based label left unturned.

    There are numerous reasons, and examples to show that LGF, and Charles himself are greatly flawed, are no longer credible, and why the “Lizardoids” there should no longer feel comfortable, but this just isn’t it.

    Honestly, this is the worst of LGF criticism. It is nothing but an emotional diatribe seemingly fueled by verbal diarrhea.

    Is LGF’s analysis of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s comment exceptionally misleading? Yes, it seems so! But, the manner that the said response was given surely is not worthy of a front page Thread. From where I sit, it is an embarrassment.


  54. mike
    54 | September 2, 2009 9:41 am

    re: #52 by Iron Fist

    The whole site I think. He referred to “they” having a surprise coming.


  55. mike
    55 | September 2, 2009 9:45 am

    re: #53 by WrathofG-d

    Apparently many miss the timely and relevant threads and the give and take using the very superior web technology. It’s like losing a friend.


  56. Iron Fist
    56 | September 2, 2009 9:47 am

    re: #54 by mike

    Interesting. We must really be getting into his head. I wonder why?


  57. vagabond trader
    57 | September 2, 2009 9:49 am

    re: #55 by mike

    Who are these “many” you refer to, us or 1.0?


  58. 58 | September 2, 2009 9:52 am

    re: #55 by mike

    Fair enough. I have no complaints about calling LGF out on its nonsense. However, I must call things how I see them as well, and the MANNER in which this done is just unhinged.

    I will criticize troll’s for incessant name calling, and label flinging, and fellow Thread posters here will get the same constructive criticism.


  59. vagabond trader
    59 | September 2, 2009 9:56 am

    re: #58 by WrathofG-d

    What is your take on mobys Wrath?


  60. 60 | September 2, 2009 9:58 am

    re: #59 by vagabond trader

    Do you believe someone is a “moby”? If so, who?


  61. 61 | September 2, 2009 9:59 am

    re: #48 by Speranza

    Bush was a decent man but he became a very weak president his second term and was the grave digger of the Republican party. We would’ve been better off if he had resigned and let Cheney run the country. W. paved the way for The One.

    Oh, c’mon now, you’re impuning the record of one of the most brilliant and glorious leaders that the world has ever seen!


  62. vagabond trader
    62 | September 2, 2009 10:00 am

    Still no answer to my #57 , interesting. Whose superior technology are you referring to? Also, got a link to that “threat?”

    :D


  63. vagabond trader
    63 | September 2, 2009 10:20 am

    re: #62 by vagabond trader

    hmm, uh-huh.


  64. Speranza
    64 | September 2, 2009 10:22 am

    re: #49 by Iron Fist

    Irish rose also has made Teddy a saint.


  65. Speranza
    65 | September 2, 2009 10:24 am

    re: #55 by mike
    Apparently many miss the timely and relevant threads and the give and take using the very superior web technology. It’s like losing a friend.
    I miss the old LGF, not the cess pool it has now become.


  66. Iron Fist
    66 | September 2, 2009 10:32 am

    re: #64 by Speranza

    Yeah, I’d heard that. I never liked her, anyway. I jumped her ass over the Christian bashing, once. Sometimes that shit just really got on my last nerve.


  67. Roxana Mayer MD
    67 | September 2, 2009 10:33 am

    : #90 Honorary Yooper

    OT, it appears that a certain stalker site took down the altered Cox & Forkum cartoon they had been posting.

    There’s a surprise in the works for them too.


  68. Roxana Mayer MD
    68 | September 2, 2009 10:34 am

    re: #62 by vagabond trader

    : #90 Honorary Yooper

    OT, it appears that a certain stalker site took down the altered Cox & Forkum cartoon they had been posting.

    There’s a surprise in the works for them too.


  69. 69 | September 2, 2009 10:37 am

    re: #68 by Roxana Mayer MD

    What is that supposed to mean exactly?

    Yawn!


  70. mike
    70 | September 2, 2009 10:40 am

    re: #57 by vagabond trader

    Both I suppose. I don’t think people here would be so pissed if they didn’t miss it. The old LGF. And the site makes comment easy.


  71. 71 | September 2, 2009 10:47 am

    re: #70 by mike

    No, I think it is the mistreatment, rudeness, and disrespect from Charles, and others at LGF, that gets people so upset. I don’t think they miss it.

    That being said, there are a lot of good features at LGF.


  72. vagabond trader
    72 | September 2, 2009 10:49 am

    re: #70 by mike

    Speak for yourself. If you miss it so much why not use a sock puppet.


  73. Iron Fist
    73 | September 2, 2009 10:58 am

    re: #71 by WrathofG-d

    I’d say at some point in time most of us considered Charles something of a friend. i know I did. So to be stabbed in the back as casually as Charles did me has some sting. I’ll get over it. It’s not that big a deal.

    Certainly, I seem to have gotten over it a lot faster than he has. I found out yesterday that he’s blocked the IP from my Girlfriend’s house. I haven’t troubled myself to see if he’s blocked any other IPs. I’m done with all that.


  74. 74 | September 2, 2009 11:03 am

    re: #73 by Iron Fist

    He bans people, then wants to shutdown their website as well. He really is a Totalitarian Progressive.


  75. mike
    75 | September 2, 2009 11:18 am

    re: #71 by WrathofG-d

    Certainly some strange stuff.


  76. mike
    76 | September 2, 2009 11:21 am

    re: #72 by vagabond trader

    Don’t need to.


  77. Roxana Mayer MD
    77 | September 2, 2009 11:27 am

    re: #69 by WrathofG-d

    I assume it was a threat, but I just cut and pasted it.


  78. 78 | September 2, 2009 11:35 am

    re: #77 by Roxana Mayer MD

    It is, he’s seeking to silence this website on behalf of the Progressive Machine.


  79. quiet man
    79 | September 2, 2009 11:41 am

    To be stabbed in the back as casually as Charles did me has some sting as well.

    He called me a racist then 4 days later did the same thing as I did. he said
    “Resonatin’ wit da base, yo”

    tho I beleive that is nothing to get panty twisted by..I said “sho kin dance”
    which is a quote.

    I would have explained I cant be racist as my dog is half black.


  80. 80 | September 2, 2009 4:00 pm

    As regards Charles’s criticism of Congressman Bachmann, it is little children who take things so literally.

    As Charles bans anyone who disagrees with him, he certainly has the mentality of a little child when dealing with regular speech and/or opinions different than his own.


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