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Teh Don Ditty

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That's fine and dandy. The true GOP site can be found here:

http://www.gop.gov/
plinden$ whois gop.com
<snip>
...

Registrant:
Republican National Committee
310 First Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
US
</snip>

I was just gonna say...

http://whois.domaintools.com/gop.com

whosis said:
Registrant:
Republican National Committee
310 First Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
US

Domain Name: GOP.COM

Administrative Contact, Technical Contact:
Republican National Committee
310 First Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
US
202-863-8500 fax: 202-863-8851

Record expires on 03-Mar-2015.
Record created on 03-Mar-1999.

Domain servers in listed order:

NS1.CHA.SMARTECHCORP.NET
NS2.CHA.SMARTECHCORP.NET
 

squeeks

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Keep going GOP! Keep it up! You'll be completely irrelevant by November. People are wising up to your BS.
Wow... i didnt know anyone could be so clueless...why dont you ask the people of Mass. about that one, wait who did they elect, a GOP canidate??? Thats right because people are tired of the crap the Dems are doing...i feel sorry for you and your misguided friends.
 

leekohler

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Dec 22, 2004
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Wow... i didnt know anyone could be so clueless...why dont you ask the people of Mass. about that one, wait who did they elect, a GOP canidate??? Thats right because people are tired of the crap the Dems are doing...i feel sorry for you and your misguided friends.
We're not the ones going around calling people the "N" word and "******".

Feel sorry for yourself. Those are the people now associating themselves with you.
 

iBlue

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Mar 17, 2005
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Wow... i didnt know anyone could be so clueless...why dont you ask the people of Mass. about that one, wait who did they elect, a GOP canidate??? Thats right because people are tired of the crap the Dems are doing...i feel sorry for you and your misguided friends.
I know you are but what am I?!

I'm rubber, you're glue...




Wha? You mean that isn't the age mentality the GOP are going for here?
 

renewed

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Bemalte Blumen duften nicht.
After some more research on the new site, I have to say I'm disappointed in the way my party is handling this. I personally can't stand Nancy P. but that site is just horrendous.

Do something professional like:

Healthcare Reform has been passed. Click here to see what you can do now.

Then have a list of ways to support Republican seats, what Republicans can do now (their strategy) etc...

A site that looks like a 15 year old hacker put it together is just ridiculous.
 

Teh Don Ditty

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After some more research on the new site, I have to say I'm disappointed in the way my party is handling this. I personally can't stand Nancy P. but that site is just horrendous.

Do something professional like:

Healthcare Reform has been passed. Click here to see what you can do now.

Then have a list of ways to support Republican seats, what Republicans can do now (their strategy) etc...

A site that looks like a 15 year old hacker put it together is just ridiculous.
See, this is how the GOP should be attacking this. They're acting like 5 year olds who didn't get their way.
 

joro

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Jun 11, 2009
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See, this is how the GOP should be attacking this. They're acting like 5 year olds who didn't get their way.
Given that they’ve been acting like that for over a year on this issue did any of us really expect any better? I think there comes a point, regardless of political party affiliation, that you have to let go of an issue. You put up a good, long fight, didn’t get your way, now act like freaking members of congress why don’t you? :rolleyes:
 

OutThere

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So childish.

The public face of the conservative movement has really been that of a 5 year old who isn't getting the ice cream cone he wants.
 

squeeks

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We're not the ones going around calling people the "N" word and "******".

Feel sorry for yourself. Those are the people now associating themselves with you.
Yes well that falls under broadcast network bias, like a major network would actually report a negitive story about the Dems...

ANYWAY

sure a few right wing extremist are getting out of hand but this is not the view of the entire GOP hell reb. chairman Michael Steele is black for god sake.

Now, when you see Palin, Bauchman, Romney and the other major Republicans out calling people names, then it time to start bashing on the party.

Im just saying it seems to me like a majority of the country is fed up (see Scott Brown) with the crap the Dems are doing and the next election will be a major disaster for them.

But we're talking about everyday people who feel their rights are being trampled on and yes they are going to be a little upset.
 

leekohler

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Dec 22, 2004
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Yes well that falls under broadcast network bias, like a major network would actually report a negitive story about the Dems...

ANYWAY

sure a few right wing extremist are getting out of hand but this is not the view of the entire GOP hell reb. chairman Michael Steele is black for god sake.

Now, when you see Palin, Bauchman, Romney and the other major Republicans out calling people names, then it time to start bashing on the party.

Im just saying it seems to me like a majority of the country is fed up (see Scott Brown) with the crap the Dems are doing and the next election will be a major disaster for them.
Like I said before, the election is going to be a major disaster for incumbents of both parties. It's going to be bad for incumbents, but not necessarily any party. If the Reps do get a majority in the Senate, and keep acting like children, they won't be there long.

And guess what? All of us here are "every day people".
 

184550

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We're not the ones going around calling people the "N" word and "******".

Feel sorry for yourself. Those are the people now associating themselves with you.
Yes, what Reid said was so much better and not at all racist.

Face it, there are racists in both the RNC and DNC.
 

squeeks

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mm, i think you guys forget all of the bad names that Bush was called when he was in office ;)

Not so nice hearing your own party members called names is it?

Yes, what Reid said was so much better and not at all racist.

Face it, there are racists in both the RNC and DNC.
Lee, i'd love to hear you defend that one.
 

OutThere

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mm, i think you guys forget all of the bad names that Bush was called when he was in office ;)

Not so nice hearing your own party members called names is it?
This started before Obama was even in office. Bush had 90% approval following 9/11 and screwed it up for himself.
 

leekohler

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Yes, what Reid said was so much better and not at all racist.

Face it, there are racists in both the RNC and DNC.
mm, i think you guys forget all of the bad names that Bush was called when he was in office ;)

Not so nice hearing your own party members called names is it?



Lee, i'd love to hear you defend that one.
There's nothing to defend.

But I know what Reid was trying to say. He was trying to say that if we're going to have a black presidential candidate, Obama would be the least likely to freak out racists.

That's called strategy. Sort of like when I gave speeches in college for the Lesbian and Gay Alliance. The group liked me doing them specifically because I didn't fit stereotypes. They felt because of that, it was easier for the audience to relate. Did that make the Lesbian and Gay Alliance homophobic? No.

Does angrily shouting the "N" word and "******" make someone racist and homophobic? Hell yes.
 

184550

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There's nothing to defend.

But I know what Reid was trying to say. He was trying to say that if we're going to have a black presidential candidate, Obama would be the least likely to freak out racists.

That's called strategy. Sort of like when I gave speeches in college for the Lesbian and Gay Alliance. The group liked me doing them specifically because I didn't fit stereotypes. They felt because of that, it was easier for the audience to relate. Did that make the Lesbian and Gay Alliance homophobic? No.

Does angrily shouting the "N" word and "******" make someone racist and homophobic? Hell yes.
Rationalize it however you want, it was just as racist as the other remarks. Sugar coating racism doesn't make it any less offensive, just easier for some people to swallow I guess.
 

leekohler

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Rationalize it however you want, it was just as racist as the other remarks. Sugar coating racism doesn't make it any less offensive, just easier for some people to swallow I guess.
You didn't read a word I wrote. I didn't rationalize anything.

I guess we'll just lump you in with ITN, fivepoint and the rest.
 

Hmac

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It's down for me, but any who.... they can pant and huff all they want, it's not like people give a dam about them anymore. Only crazed lunatics like Beck or Rush.
And the majority of the voters in Massachusetts.

Mid term elections are going to be interesting. I suspect the Democrats really shot themselves in the foot on this one but time will tell.
 

184550

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You didn't read a word I wrote. I didn't rationalize anything.

I guess we'll just lump you in with ITN, fivepoint and the rest.
Rationalize- Defend, explain, clear away, or make excuses for by reasoning.

*Taken from WordBook Dictionary App for iPhone

But I know what Reid was trying to say. He was trying to say that if we're going to have a black presidential candidate, Obama would be the least likely to freak out racists.
Seems to me that you reasoned/ explained that Reid was correct in his remarks because he was trying to say that Obama wouldn't freak out the racists.