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Super Barney's "conservative" Smack-Down!!

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Mr. Shaman, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. Mr. Shaman

    Mr. Shaman New Member

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    whup 'em, barney!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     
  2. bododie

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    Gee, the first time he was confronted about his role and his connection to Raines, he cried "racism", like other cowards who use that tired old line. He was the chairman, he did have power and influence, and he is culpable. And he DID stand in the way of regulation. For God sake Shaman, know what your'e talking about for once. It's so "stereotypical" of you dems.
     
  3. chestnut

    chestnut New Member

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    I think you're expecting too much from Shaman
     
  4. bododie

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    Not at all. He's "typical". He just feels "entitled" now.
     
  5. Dr.Who

    Dr.Who Well-Known Member

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    "in recent weeks, my friends across the aisle have expended a lot of breath proclaiming that the democrats caused the present financial crisis by failing to pass legislation to regulate financial services companies in the years 1995 through 2006."

    Barney's got it wrong again.

    The democrats have proclaimed that there is not enough regulation.

    The actual complain has been that the democrats caused this meltdown in the Clinton years by having too much regulation. And we all know it.

    This is a classic strawman argument.
     
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    bododie New Member

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    Nobody is placing the blame directly on all dems. Just Barney Frank.
     
  7. chestnut

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    Why doesn't he take credit for the hosing crisis. he was on the chair at the time Fannie and Freddie were failing. Him and Dodd.
     
  8. bododie

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    My guess is that he feels he isn't culpable because maybe he "didn't inhale". Oh wait a minute, that's kinda like what guys like Frank do. Never mind.
     
  9. Mr. Shaman

    Mr. Shaman New Member

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    See: 2007!!!!

    :p

    (O'Lielly definitely needs a phone-sex "fix"!!)​
     
  10. Dr.Who

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    I watched that. (next time post a link to words please)

    In the video Barney said that the democrats wanted to make more regulations. He went on to say that he tried to put forth a bill to regulate but the Bush admin stopped it.

    In the quote we have been discussing Barney said:

    "in recent weeks, my friends across the aisle have expended a lot of breath proclaiming that the democrats caused the present financial crisis by failing to pass legislation to regulate financial services companies in the years 1995 through 2006."

    I again state my case, Barny is just wrong (as O'Reilly said in the video he is just full of BS). Barny is completely full of it is he wants people to think that many people across the aisle at all have been blaming dems for failing to regulate.
     
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    XCALIDEM Active Member

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    it's so easy for a queer coward to say whatever he wants on paper, but we all know that he was a big reason of this financial mess.

    That's why Bill Oreilley biatch slapped him on live TV. He wasn't so macho that time....

     
  12. Mr. Shaman

    Mr. Shaman New Member

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    You mean...like....the link you never provided (either)?

    If there's a link to the "words", that could dispute what I'd posted, I'm sure you could have found it.​

    No....I don't see where Barney Frank said "many".

    Doesn't that make Bill-O The Clown wrong?

    :confused:
     
  13. Mr. Shaman

    Mr. Shaman New Member

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    Ah, yes.....the ol' "Everybody knows.."-backup....more-often-than-not employed by those folks who don't have a clue....and, fewer facts to back-up their position.

    You must have a full-staff of research-people, to provide you such a strong-position, on this issue.

    :rolleyes:
     
  14. Dr.Who

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    Why would I provide you with a link to a quote that you provided? Remember, you were the one that posted that.

    You want me to provide a link showing that people did not say something?!! As soon as you provide a link showing that P. Obama did not say purple geese live on mars I will provide the link showing that Republicans did not say that dems were at fault for under-regulation.

    Uh, yea he did not say many. Which of course makes his case that much weaker.

    P.S. I had to edit that three times because your extremely stupid formatting makes what you write almost impossible to read once it is in the "respond" screen. That in itself is a reason to ignore even more of your posts than I presently do.

    There! I fixed it so people can actually read it.
     
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    Not havin' much luck with your reading-comprehension-issue, are you?

    :rolleyes:
     
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