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  • #76
    Originally posted by ok doser View Post


    artie is a master of projection
    Coach doser, hard at work!

    Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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    • #77
      Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

      Well no, it's kinda the sensible thing to do when confronted with unshakable irrationality. Ya know, things like being repeatedly accused of being a paid operative and the like...

      Good luck with this one.

      I could screenshot my voter ID showing me as unaffiliated (NPP or No Party Preference as it's called in CA) but it wouldn't do any good, so I'll let him think what he wants if the satisfaction of thinking he's right helps him go to sleep at night. I have another post of yours to answer and then that's it for me. But thanks, friend of mine, I appreciate you.

      Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

        Okay, for a laugh, let's look at this lunacy of yours...

        1: Anna supports provision for those at the lower end of the ladder, not exactly the same thing and most countries have measures like that in place, including America. Is Donald Trump a Marxist unless he gets rid of any sort of welfare for people who are out of work, sick, disabled etc?
        Yes I do, keeping in mind that the Trump administration is currently putting in danger food stamp support for 700K Americans while giving tax breaks to rich corporations. I support higher taxes for the rich because income inequality in this country is appalling. I'd like to see us go back to what Robert Reich proposes in Inequality for All - and our post-WWII economy certainly wasn't Marxist.

        Here's the trailer:



        2: I'll let anna address this directly if she so chooses but it sure ain't the wingnut version of things that you're putting forward.
        No, I don't support "open borders." But the travesty of justice and human rights, the intentional infliction of pain on innocent people and children in the name of this administration for the pleasure of Trump's base who are like the Romans in the Coliseum - it's disgusting and will always be a stain on Trump and his merry band of racist Trumpers.

        3:

        Oh wow, you don't know anna at all! "Politically correct"?! She might not be rabidly anti gay or align with the far right nut brigade on several issues but that ain't the same thing at all.
        Nothing I can add to that...

        4: She owns a gun you dipstick and she addressed you directly on this and for which (surprise surprise) you had no sensible answer on point.
        Several, and I'm a pretty decent shot although I'm not a gun enthusiast and I'm rather out of practice at the moment and need to get back to the range since I don't have a south 40 handy.

        5: Anna is about as pro abort as a loving mother who's raised several children and has never had or even considered one. which, FYI, is Anna. Your feeble attempts to make the abortion issue into one solely about party politics is risible. If you think there's a scarcity of Republicans who don't support abortion then you really wanna extricate your head from the sand or wherever it's currently residing at...
        There are pro-choice Republicans, pro-life Democrats, independents/libertarians the same, Wiz comes to mind. I've carried babies within me, felt them move, gave them life, love them more than my own life, like any good mom. I could never have killed one of them and I sometimes wonder why Christians just accept as normal that God asked Abraham to kill Isaac, because I would've refused God. And again I'll say that 70% of women getting abortions identify as Christians and I've repeated it many times because I know they just don't want to look that information in the face and that's why I keep putting it back in their face. All the time they're railing against women who are desperate (at the same time refusing the idea of taxation that would provide safety nets for these women) and yet it's their own who are most likely to walk into a clinic. I can't help but wonder how many of those Christian women are more afraid of the shame their fellow family/Christians would dump on them than of any judgment due them for killing their child, so they get the secret abortion rather than have the baby and put it up for adoption.

        Oh, and sure. Anna wants Christianity abolished along with your rights to worship on pain of imprisonment or death...

        That's just the most delusional thing ever.

        It's actually the other way around. They're the ones who want to "take down the leftists and progressives," as was said right here on this forum.


        Well, considering I'm not a socialist anyway, you once again fail to make any kind of point. I've explained to you over again that I'm cynical in regards to politics all ends up and yet for some reason it still doesn't penetrate that head of yours. I can only now presume that it's for one of three reasons. You've either got too much foil on it, you're none too bright or you're happy to persist in deliberate lies about folk. Given your penchant for dopey conspiracy I'll be charitable and go with a mixture of the first two.


        Um, no, Infowars is wingnuttery defined. Zerohedge et al? Yeh, your confirmation bias ain't showing at all. If you read both sides of issues with a modicum of independent thought you'd have no problem recognising outright hyperbole and sheer lunacy. I don't lap up any source of news as truth verbatim but I can sure recognize whackjob outfits when I see em'.
        Can't really add to what you've said so well there. Thanks for all of it.

        Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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        • #79
          Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post

          Coach doser, hard at work!
          It's almost funny, almost...

          I'm actually a master of not being a master of anything.

          Well this is fun isn't it?

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          • #80
            Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post

            It's almost funny, almost...
            I don't know what's more morbidly fascinating, his coaching (which isn't mentoring, it's manipulating the flow of conversation in a certain direction) or his gaslighting.

            I'm actually a master of not being a master of anything.


            I'd rather be a generalist than a specialist, and it's a good thing because I know my limitations.

            Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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            • #81
              Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post

              Good luck with this one.

              I could screenshot my voter ID showing me as unaffiliated (NPP or No Party Preference as it's called in CA) but it wouldn't do any good, so I'll let him think what he wants if the satisfaction of thinking he's right helps him go to sleep at night. I have another post of yours to answer and then that's it for me. But thanks, friend of mine, I appreciate you.
              It wouldn't matter even if you did. You'd still be a "Marxist" whatever...

              You know the latter goes in turn.



              Well this is fun isn't it?

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