On Monday, March 23, 2015 at 10:13:11 PM UTC-4, philo wrote:
I notice a trend here. You either have no facts or are wrong on
the facts. Most of your political points are just blather, ad hominem
rants. Kind of like when Jesse Watters interviews hippies on the street.
Like, what exactly is the point of this whole thread?
You are completely correct. I drink way too much coffee, post a lot of
crap, then read the actual facts later.
I guess you could blame all this on the way I grew up. My friends and I
would just pick a point and start arguing. We did not necessarily agree
with our own words, but we just liked to argue. Sometimes we'd just flip
flop and after arguing one side for a while, would start arguing the
other. Since I've been like that most of my life, it's probably too late
Though I end up learning something I basically just come here to shoot
my mouth off and give my wife a small break.
You did say something pretty funny though when you said I was "wrong on
If I am wrong, then what I said is not a fact.
Since this is a home repair group I try to give the best possible
answers in that regard. I do not kid around much there.
As to my political views...the subject is absurd enough that I just
spout off anything on my mind. Any crap I can think of is likely not
going to be half as bad as the professional politicians who have more
training in slinging bull.
Changing the subject a bit
Concerning Wisconsin's Gov. Walker
one of the most conservative voices in Wisconsin has now condemned him
No, it does not. It requires the candidate to be "a natural-born citizen", without defining that
term, which has been understood by the courts to include children born *outside* the US to
parents at least one of whom is a US citizen. Examples in my lifetime include John McCain
(born in the Panama) and Barry Goldwater (born in the Arizona Territory, before Arizona
became a state), both of whom were indeed eligible to be President -- as is Cruz.
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