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post #31 of 45
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Originally Posted by Freewheeler View Post
So by your way of logic, it's OK for someone to eat meat, wear fur coats and have a collection of elephant tusks on their wall to work for Peta, as long as they represent Peta and their interests between 9 and 5.

You simply can't do a good job if you don't actually believe in what you are fighting for or against. If you are gay and trying to fool people that you are not, simply to get elected, then that is fraud and you were not doing your job. You are not representing the people or a company, when you actually represent what they are against and you are trying to keep that fact hidden by joining in on the lynch mob, so you can have a job.

If Weiner was all about family values and sexual morality, then it would be an issue. But it's not because Weiner has been very laid back in that regard and never made promises that he couldn't keep.

What you fail to realize is, it's not my "logic." It's yours. I just fed it back to you with Republican examples and suddenly you didn't like your own "logic." You then wanted to change your "logic" and I would not let you commit an ad hoc rescue. Basically, you've not improved in the least since your last appearance.

That makes me sad.

We should all grow, even trolls.
post #32 of 45
You know, I was inclined to agree with the OP, but then I thought about it: What if I discovered Bill Maher isn't an insufferable douche when he's off camera? It would completely change my opinion of him, and I just don't know if I'd be able to continue to buy into his smug dickholishness after such a revelation.
post #33 of 45
Well, Bill Maher is such an eff'ing hypocrite.
post #34 of 45
Whatever, dude, Maher is a damn genius. He tells it like it is, and he provides geniune insight on the issues that really speak to me.
post #35 of 45
A genius at hypocrisy.
post #36 of 45
I can tell you one thing: Bill would be opposed to the banination of trolls, mostly on the grounds that it stifles free speech.

I, on the other hand, think it effing rules!
post #37 of 45
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Originally Posted by Silver Arrow View Post
I agree with this. People care too much about the personal lives of others.

Back so soon, Hey Man / Freewheeler?
post #38 of 45
Clinton was more or less on the job. Lying in a federal court about having sex with a federal employee in a federal office is pretty difficult to call off the job.
post #39 of 45
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post
You know, I was inclined to agree with the OP, but then I thought about it: What if I discovered Bill Maher isn't an insufferable douche when he's off camera? It would completely change my opinion of him, and I just don't know if I'd be able to continue to buy into his smug dickholishness after such a revelation.

man was I pissed when I found out jenna haze is a volunteer in a tent revival group irl
post #40 of 45
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man was I pissed when I found out jenna haze is a volunteer in a tent revival group irl

I don't see how this was a surprise, Acid. I mean, it seems to me that she's probably been involved with a lot of groups whose activities inspired the pitching of tents.
post #41 of 45
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Originally Posted by Silver Arrow View Post
Many millions of Americans, who consider him to be royalty I would guess.
Kennedy was a hypocrite. Btw, Hey Man, that is the logical fallacy of appeal to numbers. I hope you are paying attention and learning something.
post #42 of 45
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I was just responding. Obviously millions love Kennedy and think he was one of the greatest Presidents in history regardless if he deserves that love or not.
Yeah and millions of people are gullible and stupid as well. Do you see the correlation?
post #43 of 45
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I don't see how this was a surprise, Acid. I mean, it seems to me that she's probably been involved with a lot of groups whose activities inspired the pitching of tents.

oh I've seen her get involved with lots of groups.

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Btw, Hey Man, that is the logical fallacy of appeal to numbers. I hope you are paying attention and learning something.

Hey Man, I think you mmight be barking up the wrong tree
post #44 of 45
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Originally Posted by Silver Arrow View Post
Yes, as the ratings for Fox News clearly indicates, but it doesn't negate the answer for who thinks Kennedy is a great President.

Your Kennedy thing is not "an answer." It is a logical fallacy.

Nice shot.
post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by Freewheeler View Post
So he lied. He was embarrassed. The good he has done outweighs any of this bullshit. Does anyone really care that Kennedy cheated on his wife at every opportunity? No, because he was considered a great President. Clinton has also proven to be bulletproof and is considered a rock star now. None of these guys were champions for sexual morality.

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Who considers Kennedy a great president? Seriously.

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Originally Posted by Silver Arrow View Post
It's not my answer. It's the answer of millions of Americans, regardless of my opinion. I never said it was factual. The question was - who thinks Kennedy was a great President? There are millions of Americans that have the opinion that he was a great President in response to that particular question.

Follow the chain...before you were banned, you asked this question. Some people really do care Kennedy was a whoremonger. Now be more interesting before you're banned again.
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