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Artaguito

Do You Want President Obama To Fail?

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[quote name='mimapr' date='14 September 2009 - 10:07 AM' timestamp='1252933643' post='2875605']
Increible que los republicanos sean tan bajos. No me molestan las protestas para eso somos un pais libre, pero si me molesta que se lleven niños y jovenes que aun no saben ni como limpiarse el fundillo bien. Por eso cada dia vemos estos republicanitos white trash creciendo con odio, influenciado por sus padres. Luego esta gente se atreve a decir me siento orgulloso de mi hijo....cuando tienen boca de letrina, no saben controlar su anger y encima son unos inmorales. Miren un nene de 11 años y una nena de 13, que deberian estar en la casa jugando playstation o con muñecas los padres inresponsables los llevan a aprender de odio, raciosmo, inmoralidad y drogas. Que vivan los republicanos. Yo solo espero que cuando grandes sean terroristas.


[b]Quinn Ryan, 11, stood in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue, near the spot where Obama and his wife Michelle walked on a bitter cold day in January after he was sworn in as the first black American president, brandishing a sign reading: "Born free, taxed to death."[/b]

[b]"With the bad economy, it can really affect some people, like the lifestyle of certain people. It's affecting us at home... not so we can't eat at night but that's why we have to get involved now -- so it doesn't get too bad," his 13-year-old sister Megan, who was holding her own sign, said.[/b] Pobre nena pasando hambre, pero gastan gasolina para llegar a Washington. :icon_loser:



Por cierto dicen que fuero alrededor de 15,000 personas, muy bueno a comparacion con los que fueron a apoyar a Obama cuando fue elegido, Un Millon!! [img]http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01014/barack_obama_1014437c.jpg[/img]
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Mima hay que ver ese video con una lupa....where is WALDO? Cuantos son latinos y negros y asiaticos. Esa ola de gente parecen todos pintados con lo mismo?

Napo es graciosisimo. Quien es el?

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"Miren un nene de 11 años y una nena de 13, que deberian estar en la casa jugando playstation o con muñecas los padres inresponsables los llevan a aprender de odio, raciosmo, inmoralidad y drogas. Que vivan los republicanos. Yo solo espero que cuando grandes sean terroristas."

Acuerdate Mima que en EEUU en su mayoria los terroristas comparten tu ideologia izquierdista.

Los dos asesinos de los Kennedy's eran izquierdistas, y aparte del ataque al edificio Murray en OKC, el resto han sido izquierdistas.

Hasta Hillary se beneficio de que su marido indultara (con la ayuda de nuestro presente Fiscal General) a terroristas y criminales izquierdistas puertorriquen~os en el 2000.


15,000 nada mas es lo que esta diciendo MSNBC Mima? Ok, creete eso, es mas, sigue creyendotelo hasta Noviembre del an~o que viene.


O, y lo de racismo, ya aprendimos que ese es el [i]'default position'[/i] de ustedes liberales cuando estan desesperados, y ya no nos afecta como insulto.

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[quote name='Artaguito' date='15 September 2009 - 12:15 AM' timestamp='1252984556' post='2875779']
"Miren un nene de 11 años y una nena de 13, que deberian estar en la casa jugando playstation o con muñecas los padres inresponsables los llevan a aprender de odio, raciosmo, inmoralidad y drogas. Que vivan los republicanos. Yo solo espero que cuando grandes sean terroristas."

Acuerdate Mima que en EEUU en su mayoria los terroristas comparten tu ideologia izquierdista.

Los dos asesinos de los Kennedy's eran izquierdistas, y aparte del ataque al edificio Murray en OKC, el resto han sido izquierdistas.

Hasta Hillary se beneficio de que su marido indultara (con la ayuda de nuestro presente Fiscal General) a terroristas y criminales izquierdistas puertorriquen~os en el 2000.


15,000 nada mas es lo que esta diciendo MSNBC Mima? Ok, creete eso, es mas, sigue creyendotelo hasta Noviembre del an~o que viene.


O, y lo de racismo, ya aprendimos que ese es el [i]'default position'[/i] de ustedes liberales cuando estan desesperados, y ya no nos afecta como insulto.
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Parguito tiene razon, en ese pais en decadencia a los que los pitiyanquis llaman su nacion, existe un semillero de soplapotes, ignorantes y manipulables. De que otra forma pudieron tener un presidente como bush que un drogadicto como Rush Limbaugh sea el que dirigente de el partido republikkkano y a la misma ganarse los millones que se gana por decir las estupideces y sinsentidos que dice. Parguito es un buen ejemplo, sin opinion propia, vive una fantasia de que es piloto de avion y le compra todos los libros a Bill Oreilly. Son mas de 15 mil parguitos los que asistieron a esa marcha...


Dime parguito y cuantos fanaticos religiosos hay de ideologia izquierdista? De que lado fuera Osama Bin Laden si fuera americano y viviera en tu nacion negrito, de la izquierda o la derecha? Bush y Bin Laden tienen mucho en comun, son dos terroristas y a los dos dios les dio el mandato de hacer lo que hicieron. Edited by napoleon888
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Napo:

Como respuesta a tu pregunta de: [i]Dime parguito y cuantos fanaticos religiosos hay de ideologia izquierdista?[/i] Has oido de la "Teologia de Liberacion"?

La izquierda tiende usar la estrategia del comejen para carcomer las instituciones a las que se oponen...

BTW, vieron que le quitaron el dulce del contratito del Censo y los fondos de hipoteca a ACORN?????

Leanse esto de "The Hill":


[b]Tens of thousands of conservative activists converge on Capitol grounds[/b]
By Mike Soraghan - 09/12/09 05:54 PM ET

The conservative activists who took over the west lawn of the Capitol on Saturday made it clear their anger extends far past President Barack Obama's healthcare plan, and even back into the previous administration.

Protesters and speakers used the rally to voice their anger at Obama's stimulus package, the House-passed "cap-and-trade" energy bill, and the $700 billion Wall Street bailout.

[u]But it went well beyond that to include anger about federal funds going to the liberal group Acorn, the number of "czars" appointed in the Obama administration and accusations that the White House solicited critics' e-mails to compile an "enemies list." Others pushed for tort reform and making English the official language and questioned whether Obama was born in the United States[/u].

And they really, really like Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), who has been thrust into the spotlights of the left and the right after bursting out "You lie!" at Obama's speech to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.

"It started last year when the Republicans were bailing out Wall Street and started again this year when the Democrats rammed the stimulus down our throats," said Brendan Steinhauser, an organizer for FreedomWorks, which sponsored the rally.

The idea of increased federal involvement in healthcare, many said, simply brought their anger to a boil.

"It's the power being amassed with all these programs," said Carl Hilschur of Luray, Va., who toted a "Joe Wilson for President" sign. "Things are getting to the point where you have to do something. It might not make a difference, but you have to try."

Reliable crowd estimates for the event were not available, and are a likely source of debate between liberal and conservative groups, but [u]the crowd was in the tens of thousands. The crowd filled the west lawn of the Capitol and spread from there. Organizers said 450 buses carried protesters to the march. About 30,000 registered for the march online[/u].

The march and rally were extension of the Tea Party Patriot movement that turned town halls raucous in August. The official name of the event was the "Taxpayer March on Washington," but it was also commonly called the 9-12 march. [u]Several speakers also indicated they plan to hold a similar march next year. If such a march was held at the same time, it would come as the 2010 election season heats up[/u].

Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) said from the stage he believed the crowd was bigger than the the one assembled for Obama's inauguration in January.

"It's amazing they got so many people here with so little organization," Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) said in an interview. DeMint also was a speaker at the rally.

The list of speakers included only a sprinkling of politicians. The highest ranking was Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), chairman of the House Republican Conference. The other politicians on the roster of speakers were Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), State Rep. Tom Graves of Georgia and Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock. Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, now the leader of FreedomWorks, also spoke.

Many of the other speakers represented conservative groups like the National Taxpayers Union and Grassfire.org.

But it was a politician who wasn't there – Wilson – who got the most praise. Wilson's outburst made him a hero to many of the protesters and speakers. "Joe Wilson for President" was a common slogan on signs. Another said "Congress, you're fired. (Except Joe Wilson)."

"He said what 250 million Americans are saying," said Mike Galvin of Troy, N.Y., who carried a Palin-Wilson 2012 sign. "They're the only two politicians in the country with the stones to say what needs to be said."

Galvin said he paid $200 of the $250 he had in the bank to make it to the protest. He rode a bus all night, leaving behind his sick wife, and planned to be back home by midnight. Though he's a disabled veteran, he said he gets health insurance through his accounting job.

“I am here to protest the expansion of government spending,” said Stuwart Ingman of Kansas. Ingman spoke proudly of how he spent his own money so that he could be in Washington and scoffed at the idea that the people sitting on the Mall represent a fringe element of American politics.

“These are some of the most caring people you will ever meet,” Ingman said. “These are the kind of people that I would see in my hometown. We are certainly not a bunch of loons.”

Though most of the fire was directed at Obama and the Democratic Congress, Republicans took some shots as well. Rob DeVoll of Charleston carried a sign telling Republicans to get a "spine." Though he disagrees with Democrats, he said, "I'm not a Democrat."

"I'm tired of the takeover," DeVoll said. "When Bush was in power he did the same thing."

Counter-protests were limited. But a small group of young people mocked the protesters, walking around in tuxes and evening gowns, chanting "Bring Back Bush," and holding signs that read "Fight socialism: End Medicare."

[b]Though protesters had a wide variety of complaints, Obama's healthcare plan did come in for a mighty drubbing. One common printed sign read "Bury Obamacare with Kennedy."[/b]

"We will not tolerate a government takeover of our healthcare," Price said from the stage.

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A los Republicanos hay que dejarlos llorar y pataletear hasta que se cansen. Mientras no traigan algún argumento racional solo se les debe ignorar y burlarse de su irracionalidad y sus embustes.

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No siempre estoy en contra de Obama, ayer dijo algo que estoy 100% de acuerdo:

[YouTube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BYPkitjDG8[/YouTube]


Kanye West is indeed a jackass.

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[quote name='charlie319' date='15 September 2009 - 09:27 AM' timestamp='1253017669' post='2875809']
Napo:

Como respuesta a tu pregunta de: [i]Dime parguito y cuantos fanaticos religiosos hay de ideologia izquierdista?[/i] Has oido de la "Teologia de Liberacion"?

La izquierda tiende usar la estrategia del comejen para carcomer las instituciones a las que se oponen...

BTW, vieron que le quitaron el dulce del contratito del Censo y los fondos de hipoteca a ACORN?????

Leanse esto de "The Hill":


[b]Tens of thousands of conservative activists converge on Capitol grounds[/b]
By Mike Soraghan - 09/12/09 05:54 PM ET

The conservative activists who took over the west lawn of the Capitol on Saturday made it clear their anger extends far past President Barack Obama's healthcare plan, and even back into the previous administration.

Protesters and speakers used the rally to voice their anger at Obama's stimulus package, the House-passed "cap-and-trade" energy bill, and the $700 billion Wall Street bailout.

[u]But it went well beyond that to include anger about federal funds going to the liberal group Acorn, the number of "czars" appointed in the Obama administration and accusations that the White House solicited critics' e-mails to compile an "enemies list." Others pushed for tort reform and making English the official language and questioned whether Obama was born in the United States[/u].

And they really, really like Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), who has been thrust into the spotlights of the left and the right after bursting out "You lie!" at Obama's speech to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.

"It started last year when the Republicans were bailing out Wall Street and started again this year when the Democrats rammed the stimulus down our throats," said Brendan Steinhauser, an organizer for FreedomWorks, which sponsored the rally.

The idea of increased federal involvement in healthcare, many said, simply brought their anger to a boil.

"It's the power being amassed with all these programs," said Carl Hilschur of Luray, Va., who toted a "Joe Wilson for President" sign. "Things are getting to the point where you have to do something. It might not make a difference, but you have to try."

Reliable crowd estimates for the event were not available, and are a likely source of debate between liberal and conservative groups, but [u]the crowd was in the tens of thousands. The crowd filled the west lawn of the Capitol and spread from there. Organizers said 450 buses carried protesters to the march. About 30,000 registered for the march online[/u].

The march and rally were extension of the Tea Party Patriot movement that turned town halls raucous in August. The official name of the event was the "Taxpayer March on Washington," but it was also commonly called the 9-12 march. [u]Several speakers also indicated they plan to hold a similar march next year. If such a march was held at the same time, it would come as the 2010 election season heats up[/u].

Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) said from the stage he believed the crowd was bigger than the the one assembled for Obama's inauguration in January.

"It's amazing they got so many people here with so little organization," Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) said in an interview. DeMint also was a speaker at the rally.

The list of speakers included only a sprinkling of politicians. The highest ranking was Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), chairman of the House Republican Conference. The other politicians on the roster of speakers were Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), State Rep. Tom Graves of Georgia and Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock. Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, now the leader of FreedomWorks, also spoke.

Many of the other speakers represented conservative groups like the National Taxpayers Union and Grassfire.org.

But it was a politician who wasn't there – Wilson – who got the most praise. Wilson's outburst made him a hero to many of the protesters and speakers. "Joe Wilson for President" was a common slogan on signs. Another said "Congress, you're fired. (Except Joe Wilson)."

"He said what 250 million Americans are saying," said Mike Galvin of Troy, N.Y., who carried a Palin-Wilson 2012 sign. "They're the only two politicians in the country with the stones to say what needs to be said."

Galvin said he paid $200 of the $250 he had in the bank to make it to the protest. He rode a bus all night, leaving behind his sick wife, and planned to be back home by midnight. Though he's a disabled veteran, he said he gets health insurance through his accounting job.

“I am here to protest the expansion of government spending,” said Stuwart Ingman of Kansas. Ingman spoke proudly of how he spent his own money so that he could be in Washington and scoffed at the idea that the people sitting on the Mall represent a fringe element of American politics.

“These are some of the most caring people you will ever meet,” Ingman said. “These are the kind of people that I would see in my hometown. We are certainly not a bunch of loons.”

Though most of the fire was directed at Obama and the Democratic Congress, Republicans took some shots as well. Rob DeVoll of Charleston carried a sign telling Republicans to get a "spine." Though he disagrees with Democrats, he said, "I'm not a Democrat."

"I'm tired of the takeover," DeVoll said. "When Bush was in power he did the same thing."

Counter-protests were limited. But a small group of young people mocked the protesters, walking around in tuxes and evening gowns, chanting "Bring Back Bush," and holding signs that read "Fight socialism: End Medicare."

[b]Though protesters had a wide variety of complaints, Obama's healthcare plan did come in for a mighty drubbing. One common printed sign read "Bury Obamacare with Kennedy."[/b]

"We will not tolerate a government takeover of our healthcare," Price said from the stage.
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Oye carlota a la verdad que te botaste con ese post "non post". Esas cosas funcionan con parguito conmigo no.

Bendito nene

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[quote name='napoleon888' date='15 September 2009 - 08:28 PM' timestamp='1253064536' post='2875943']
Oye carlota a la verdad que te botaste con ese post "non post". Esas cosas funcionan con parguito conmigo no.

Bendito nene
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Creo que confundes las noticias con el Cialis...

Creo que la teologia de liberacion te callo la boca...

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