Let's count the crazies in the GOP...so far I have 20.

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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 07:51 PM
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Originally posted by sad_eyed_lady
Everyone on your list pales in comparison to Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden.

Personally, I am much more concerned about corruption than people who mis-speak once in a blue moon.


Seriously?

This is genuinely what I am afraid of with this party.
This is the tip of the iceburg. There are MANY more of them that think like this. They believe this stuff too.

Mis-speak? One of these guys suggests killing unruly youngsters like it says in the Bible and he is serious as a heart attack. Another of them honest to God fights AGAINST legislation that would make it ILLEGAL to bring CHILDREN in to see dog and cock fights. You think Pelosi or Biden would even consider either of those? The same guy says incest does not result in pregnancy. Three of them don't believe in evolution and very few of them have figured a way to reconcile science with their voodoo. What proof do YOU have that Pelosi and Biden are corrupt? Smoking gun or something or do you just hear things? Cuz they aren't. You just don't agree with them but this doesn't give you permission to take that one step further and lie. It is standard operating procedure for the GOP though so wait a minute and let me try and guess who you support....hmmm?

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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:32 PM
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Let's count all the crazies in the democrat party. That would be all of them.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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Originally posted by jibeho
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We started to address that issue in the 2010 midterms and have unfinished business to attend to in November.

To the OP
It's fun to label crazies on both sides of the aisle... all the more reason to get serious about strict term limits in The House and Senate. All of that power rots the brain equally... just look at the crap that oozes out of Pelosi's mouth and Barney Franks rear end... Detached and completely out of touch with reality and the average constituent.



I believe they both live in progressive districts and represent the people they are supposed to represent just as these folks represent the people and beliefs they are supposed to represent. Like another poster said This is whole new kind of crazy. There is a big difference between "out of touch" and "dangerously mad" These guys ratcheted up crazy to a whole new level. Say what you want about Pelosi and Frank, detached and out of touch, whatever, if these guys are representing the average constituent we are in more trouble than we figured. I'll take 'out of touch' before 'out of their minds' any day.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:36 PM
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Originally posted by Fromabove

Let's count all the crazies in the democrat party. That would be all of them.

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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:40 PM
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Originally posted by Fromabove

Let's count all the crazies in the democrat party. That would be all of them.


Yeah, you're right there. None are suggesting we kill our own children, encourage dog fighting, or take science out of schools. We don't tell people rape and incest can't make you pregnant. We are all so cazy!



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
Allen West and Paul Ryan arent crazy.
The rest of the list ... they could be crazy or they just aren't too bright.

Someone should start a list of the 'crazies in the Dems' ... theirs are more colorful than the Republican crazies. The Republican nutters are just the kind you shake your head at and roll your eyes. The democrat crazies are the ones that you just bust out laughing because what they say and do while 'crazy' is so darn entertaining.




Allen West is the worst of them and Paul Ryan is schizophrenic. Did you see Paul debate himself or contradict himself in the video? Isn't it patently obvious he'll just say ANYTHING to get elected?

NJDC Slams Rep. Allen West’s Outrageous Comments to Republican Jewish Coalition


WASHINGTON, DC- The National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) today slammed the latest inflammatory and outrageous comments made by Representative Allen West (R-FL)—this time in front of a Jewish audience. NJDC President and CEO David A. Harris said: “Once again, Representative Allen West has decided to cheapen political discourse by ridiculously suggesting that his political opponents ‘want to bring out an old Soviet Union, Marxist-Socialist theme.’ Worse, West chose to make his insulting comments at a gathering of that rarest audience—Jewish Republicans. West should apologize immediately for his comments, and the Republican Jewish Coalition—the organization responsible for bringing West’s cheap and divisive rhetoric into our community—should condemn his comments and end their relationship with him once and for all.”

I know a lot of women and although it is nice to ask them to behave like ladies respect should not be qualified on that behavioral triat. I would ask women to respect me as long as I was fair and am a human being. Allen West does not respect women or cooperate with others. Wasserman-Schultz never did mention Allen West by name. She simply dared to disagree with him. Ms Schultz, a hard working dedicated, public servant received this disrespectful and cowardly attack from Mr West.

"You are...vile, unprofessional, and despicable. You have proven repeatedly that you are not a Lady, therefore, shall not be afforded due respect from me!" - Letter to Rep. Wasserman-Schultz.

Clearly this man is a bully who was drummed out of the service because he was a danger to others. When Politics in America reaches this low level of discourse we have lost our civility. And like West himself says, We deserve what happens next.
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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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Sorry you are having trouble with your video. I don't want to have to remove any off topic items so when you get them to work make sure they are on topic and not something you really should start your own thread with. I am confident you will not find this level of crazy across the board, anywhere in politics. What do we send children to school for? If this is the result of our public education system we are in a whole heap of trouble.

20 of them ...right off the top of my head. Don't discount those last two you tube videos of Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney too. If I didn't see them say it for myself I would not believe they would try to get away with a deception so blatant. Kudos for hutzpa!



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 09:02 PM
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How about the relentless, partisan baiters here at ATS?

You know...The posters who have apparently bitten into the left right paradigm so hard they will seemingly never let go.

The posters who accept their polarization into the opposing groups that offset each other so that a tyrannical status quo can be maintained.


I'm pretty sure they are the crazies. YRMV
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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 09:07 PM
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Don't forget Maxine waters at NASA, asking the to drive the Msrs rover over to where the Apallo austronauts planted the flag. She deserves to be on the science committee!



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 09:18 PM
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Originally posted by METACOMET
How about the relentless, partisan baiters here at ATS?

You know...The posters who have apparently bitten into the left right paradigm so hard they will seemingly never let go.

The posters who accept their polarization into the opposing groups that offset each other so that a tyrannical status quo can be maintained.


I'm pretty sure they are the crazies. YRMV
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I don't know if showing ignorance of the issues even after being presented with damning evidence is even a sign of intelligence. You saying you agree with those 20 member s of the Republican party? You going to find me a speech where the GOP says it's going to make sure workers have decent wages and health care for these jobs they promise are coming. Never a word. You will be the slave labor. The only thing that comes between Republicans grinding workers to pulp like the old Fe Fi Fo Fum nursery rhyme are the Democrats pulling for fair wages, healthcare and regulations increasing worker safety. These parties are not at all the same and trying to pretend they are is a big trick and part of the deception. We who see are trying to break the illusion and end the status quo. But you know there's always posters and people against it. You know, the posters who enjoy the sound of their own voice, who think they know it all and want to maintain the same tyrannical structure we all admit doesn't suit us, work, or fit any longer. How about those windy Republican mouth pieces on ATS? These are very fearful creatures, stuck in filthy ruts of lies they may never break out of - They are afraid to change and see things for how they might be, and for how they really are. These religious nuts are demons who befuddle normal people and get them to believe in crazy things.
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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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Originally posted by badgerprints
Many would claim that there are about 160 million crazies in the GOP. Many would claim that there are about 160 million crazies in the Democratic party.

Looking at our elected American politicians as a whole, I'd say we've got about 320 million crazies on our hands.



One problem though, Democrats make up less then 20% of the population.

Besides, not one of those crazies has called for the deaths of millions of people like a few Democrats have, and a few people connected to the current President, who happens to be a Democrat.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 10:09 PM
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What's even more sad are the crazies who voted them in. The earth is 9000 years old


I'll take 4 more years of the crap Bamma has been dishing out over inevitable war with the middle east as a hole and blatant lies, he doesn't even try to cover them up, that video says it all.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by korathin

Originally posted by badgerprints
Many would claim that there are about 160 million crazies in the GOP. Many would claim that there are about 160 million crazies in the Democratic party.

Looking at our elected American politicians as a whole, I'd say we've got about 320 million crazies on our hands.



One problem though, Democrats make up less then 20% of the population.

Besides, not one of those crazies has called for the deaths of millions of people like a few Democrats have, and a few people connected to the current President, who happens to be a Democrat.


35% of registered voters identify with the Democratic Party, 28% with the Republican Party and 33% as independents.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 10:22 PM
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Originally posted by newcovenant

That's what they want you to think.


Yeah, because it would definitely benefit them for people to believe they're both puppets and not vote for either. ?


One of them anyway. Funny the connection these guys have with the Church. They sound ignorant for no apparent reason. We all know how evil the Church can be. Maybe there is something to it?


So, which one is that? Romney who needs your vote to win, or Obama who needs your vote to win?



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 10:31 PM
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I used to oppose public funding for candidates, now I don't because of sh*t like this. If we didn't let big business, super PAC's, or big labor contribute to political candidates, then maybe the GOP crazies and the Dem crazies wouldn't get elected.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 10:33 PM
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Every politician would say anything to get elected.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 11:20 PM
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I have been expressing my overall disgust with the GOP recently here on ATS, and I think with good reason. I became interested because there are people I know who are just "foul" people, in that they talk like racists amongst themselves, think we should bomb every country who gets in our way, and who are also die-hard republicans.

So I began digging to see if the majority of people that shared their views on non-political issues also leaned republican, and this seems to be the case from what I could verify. Personal experience does affect my ideas, but my opinion was not formed from only a few isolated examples, unfortunately.

What I conclude is that people who are more compassionate towards other people are not those who rant about going to war, etc., and they do not follow the types of ideas I outlined above. The general public who lean towards the GOP however seem to, as an average, harbor ideas that are detrimental to the freedom and personal rights of other people. They are not quick to help other people, and are extremely worried about someone taking advantage of them.

They feel that because they would take advantage of someone in a certain situation, that everyone must also be trying to take advantage of them. Sort of like this old guy I know who throughout his life was quick to take things from others without asking or returning the items. He is constantly thinking people are trying to steal from him, which is not the case, but he thinks everyone is like him apparently. That is just an example, and I do not mean to say that republicans are thieves, lol. I imagine some are, just like some dems are.

It does seem that those who have made their money by taking advantage of other people have republican leanings, and I would venture these are the majority instead of the average. GOP beliefs regarding business, the economy, and other ideas are simply outdated. They have not changed much over the many decades, and some of these ideas that they cling to have been proven to be ineffective for the masses, although they allow the rich to make more money. Trickle-down economics, for instance, which clearly is a load of crap, is touted by those who wish to take advantage of others to profit. The fact that there are starving people in their own country does not bother them in the least.

This is because they feel that anyone could get a job if they wanted to, and they have no compassion for these people, or anyone else in a similar situation, despite the fact that they are wrong. They justify everything they do in some outlandish way, and refuse to advance their ideas as society progresses. There are just many things that irk me about the GOP, and from what I have seen firsthand, I could never be a member of that party, for I have too much value for the feelings of others.



posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 11:24 PM
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Doesn't the voicing of preposterous opinions/ideas by politicians, regardless of party affiliation, indicate their perspective on the US public? They're clearly under the assumption that the supermajority of the populous lacks the intelligence or awareness to see these representatives for what they truly are.
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posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 11:40 PM
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I'm sorry but nothing in the democratic party compares to the widespread craziness, ignorance, and religious zealotry found in the GOP.

All the right wingers on here try to deflect their issues onto the dems but cannot link anything remotely similar that democratic leaders have said on a widespread scale..because it doesn't exist.

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posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 12:13 AM
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This dumb-donkey has got to be worth a couple idiot republicans. What is the ratio of dumb republicans:Joe Bidens? 10:1

This guy is an idiot.







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