Trinity Must Be In 7th Heaven

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  1. faceking

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    In the end...

    It's looking like Trinity got her/his/it's wishes...

    The Clintons did win. The whole Clintonistas just kept their shit in storage a half mile away outta DC... and they are all moving back in.

    I knew something was VERY suspect after that meeting, and Hillary kept her piehole shut, and it wasn't from her jaw being sore via Barrah giving her the Rocco face fuck.

    Reminds me of Ahhhhhhnold in California. He got elected, and lo and behold it was Pete Wilson Part Duex.

    Epic you dipshits. So much for change n' hope.

    Congrats Trinity... I never saw the win-win coming. I really didn't. Wow.
     
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    to Trinity!:beerchug2:
     
  3. faceking

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    :tongue-tied:

    An LPSGr ahead of her/his/it's time. The Nostradamus of the Politics sub-forum.


    :chairfall:
     
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    Well.. Barrah at the age of about say 49... can write his THIRD biography. At least we can look forward to that.
     
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    It's pretty damn hysterical, actually. To watch everyone here freak out about Obama getting Clinton involved in his cabinet, when a HUGE portion of this nation wanted Obama & Clinton working together in the White House to begin with. So really, is this something to freak out about? For some of your hyper-conservatives it is because most people on the right ALWAYS had it against the Clintons. But for the majority of America? They're getting exactly what they wanted to begin with.

    Hard to believe that the majority of the nation doesn't agree with you, doesn't it? Well, get used to it.
     
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    57,000,000 don't
     
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    Wow, a HUGE, no GINORMOUS portion of LPSG hated Hillary.. and many thought she was worse than McCain. Where were you all summer?
     
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    As was the case in nearly every political discussion I ran across. The hatred spewed about that woman might very well have trumped anything I've seen.
     
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    Since Hillary was a healthcare pioneer, maybe there finally will be some change. This is definitely a positive step for change, since healthcare is one of the most pressing issues in the US right now.

    Now that America is at the cusp of dramatic change, I am excited about what the next four years will bring.
     
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    Pioneer... what did she do for healthcare.

    Did she fix MediCare?

    Did she fix MediCaid?

    How about the New York State public employees health care system?

    Pioneer...

    Lordy... I thought they tossed all the Jonestown Kool-Aid down the proverbial drain.

    Fucking fix those first. Fix Social Security.... Then, we might possibly consider giving the liberals another swag at a social system. Until then....
     
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    Found it...taken from Hillary's web site.
    “Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.”

    OMG if you would have posted this at the beginning of the primarys we could have bypassed all this election BS and named her Queen...and of course Barry/Messiah "KING"...sorry not proud of your country michelle.
     
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    But 62,000,000 do.
    I feel it's necessary to talk to you the same way people told Gore supporters and people on the left when Bush somehow won the election in 2000.

    DEAL WITH IT. If you don't like it then you can ALWAYS move.
     
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    I was right here this summer. Don't act stupid. If anything, the "hate" for Clinton was coming fast and furious from a selected number that wasn't a HUGE portion as you so put it. I should know because I openly supported Clinton during the primary. A good amount of that animosity from some of the Obama fans was directed towards people like me and moderator Freddy.

    Besides, the voices of LPSG don't speak for everyone in America, or the 18 million people who voted for Clinton in the Primary. So stop the madness.
     
  15. curious n str8

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    I would say the most pressing is the Economy :duh: then government, unemployment, banking and credit reform. Tax reform. Then we can think about being able to Pay for health-care and other social issues. We can't keep expecting the government to fund everything. We have to make sacrifices somewhere otherwise our government will collapce for sure. But I guess that's what some must want that we collapse into socialism.
     
  16. faceking

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    Wow... an Hillarybot...

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    Hillary Clinton’s experience as a pioneer for health care reform and her tireless fight for uninsured Americans who are invisible to the current administration, make her the right candidate to fix our nation’s broken health care system.

    EDIT: Font size changed: Extreme size constitutes flooding the board.
     
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    Have another beer, Faceking.

    I hope you'll pass out before you embarass yourself even more.
     
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    Personally, I think it is quite hilarious about how Obama is starting off.

    Throughout his campaign he talked about wanting to bring new faces and change the insider politics. Bravo for him.

    But now that he is elect, he is surrounding himself with insiders. Surprise.

    Even the left-leaning media outlets are picking up on this... if this tells you anything.
     
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    Not to mention being more bi-partisan either. I have yet to see him choose a Republican, Independent or a Libertarian :rolleyes:
     
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    i think i was actually the only person on this site to defend the prophetic trinity
     
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