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From Brian & the Judge, February 14 2008




Josh Narins
Ever see the Henry Fonda movie, The Best Man?
February 15, 2008, 12:26:53 PM EST – Like – Reply


On The Mark
Although I tend to discount anything Kilmeade and Morris say, this wouldn't surprise me at all. It has been done for years, ever since the super delegate concept was borne. It was a bad idea, and it has been subject to much, much abuse. We have reached a maturity in our democracy when we need to remove the obstacles between popular will and the election of our representatives. The time for super delegates and the Electoral College has long passed.
February 15, 2008, 1:37:01 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
the Electoral College has long passed.
On The Mark | 02.15.08 - 1:42 pm | # 
 
Thus, OYM, you are saying that the time has passed for small populated State's having any say in electing the ONLY NATIONAL OFFICIAL in the United States of America? Ah, the Liberal Manifesto. Surpress the VOTE of the PEOPLE unless they believe as we! Read why the Electoral College was put in place and LEARN. Second, you dems have BJ to blame for your mess since he signed off on it till 2012, wonder why? Never point finger's when looking in a mirror!
February 15, 2008, 5:13:21 PM EST – Like – Reply


On the Mark
Scott:
 
I am always amazed at the utter absence of any sense of irony you have.
 
And, Scott, a president couldn't "sign off" on stopping a Constitutional amendment. 
 
Geez!
February 15, 2008, 6:08:52 PM EST – Like – Reply


Fox Fan
Once again, I'm going to have to side with OTM here. Superdelegates, regular delegates, the electoral college- all of it should be trashed in favor of popular vote. How about voting on the same day while we're at it, the "my state votes before your state" thing is stupid (so says the Michigan voter).
 
Scott, state delegate numbers are based on population and therefore there wouldn't be a difference in their deciding percentage.
February 15, 2008, 7:12:31 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
Scott:
 
I am always amazed at the utter absence of any sense of irony you have.
 
And, Scott, a president couldn't "sign off" on stopping a Constitutional amendment. 
 
Geez!
On the Mark | 02.15.08 - 6:13 pm | # 
 
Irony, is what? You making a statement of the Liberal Manifesto in denyiong the RIGHT'S of 100's of MILLION'S of voter's being DENIED THEIR VOICE BEING HEARD! I'm always amazed OYM that you try to twist a simple thing and yet refuse to answer an answer to your own blabbering. Exactly where did you find in my my post about a "president signing off" on anything? And do tell how many State's must agree to any Constituitional Amendment and then the percentage of State's that must agree before it become's a Constitutional Amendment. Do enlighten us on your knowledghe of Constitutional Law and Contitutional History, OYM.
February 15, 2008, 11:14:20 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
Once again, I'm going to have to side with OTM here. Superdelegates, regular delegates, the electoral college- all of it should be trashed in favor of popular vote. How about voting on the same day while we're at it, the "my state votes before your state" thing is stupid (so says the Michigan voter).
 
Scott, state delegate numbers are based on population and therefore there wouldn't be a difference in their deciding percentage.
Fox Fan | 02.15.08 - 7:17 pm | # 
 
Okay FF, wrong like OYM as usual. Exactly what does the Electoral College have to do with YOUR senator's, congressman, state or federal? Do explain and reread my post. Do you here anything about SUPER DELEGATE'S on the Republican side? Read up FF about the history of the mess the dems have and WHO CAUSED IT. But do reread my post and then come back and you and OYM and me can have a decision on what I posted. OH, in response to a faulty, liberal manifesto OYM posted. Geez..E-L-E-C-T-R-O-A-L C-O-L-L-E-G-E....got it?
February 15, 2008, 11:20:54 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
How about voting on the same day while we're at it,
Fox Fan | 02.15.08 - 7:17 pm | # 
 
I know you want to take this back FF. Otherwise you need more help on national elections in this country than Castro.
February 15, 2008, 11:25:48 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
and OYM, your "sign off" was correct but as like any good lib you failed to include the entire thing. Since any member iof the IQ family can read, "Sign off" was your BJ signing off on the mess the dems have found themselves in in this primary season thanks to BJ that mandated it till 2012. You make this way too easy. And libs are smart yet everything must be s-p-e-l-l-e-d o-u-t...geez
February 15, 2008, 11:30:35 PM EST – Like – Reply


Fox Fan
"E-L-E-C-T-R-O-A-L C-O-L-L-E-G-E....got it?"
 
LOL
February 15, 2008, 11:45:47 PM EST – Like – Reply


On the Mark
Yes, Scott, the reading you suggest is one of several possible readings of your post. Frankly, your writing is so poor it is very difficult to understand with clarity anything you scribble down. 
 
Again, however, you are mistaken. Party rules require no presidential blessing and are subject to no presidential veto.
 
When you sign up for the remedial writing class at the community college, sign up for a civics class as well. You and we will be the beneficiaries.
February 16, 2008, 9:56:08 AM EST – Like – Reply


Guest
Lol OYM , and your reading comprehension must be even poorer since I spelled it out. Answer the question of your own post which I spelled out to you. You and "FF" must be one and the same since neither of you seem to answer your a simple question. Remedial reading would do both of you wise. Three undergrad degree's is enough for me, GO HUSKER'S and MAV'S! Party rules you are refering to there Einstein are your PARTIE'S RULE'S made by BJ and in effect till 2012. Damn, study boy's! What part of the Electoral College and the reasoning for it do you to not understand? I'm not a teacher thus you need to do alittle self-educating. Not everything is handed to you like you wish it were. Now Come up with something other than the typical OYM and FF twist and name calling and defend your own idiotic non-answer's to simple statement of fact's. You two kid's make this way too easy.
February 16, 2008, 5:47:39 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
my post above. Sorry I don't hide like OYM and FF behind a phoney name.
February 16, 2008, 5:49:09 PM EST – Like – Reply


Scott
Party rules require no presidential blessing and are subject to no presidential veto.
 
On the Mark | 02.16.08 - 10:01 am | # 
 
And this prove's you need a seeing eye dog to help you read, since nothing in any of my post's state anything about "presidential blessing." Geez, and you are how old? And your educational degree's are in what and where. Good "English First" schools all over nowaday's. Might look one up. Kid's!
February 16, 2008, 5:52:40 PM EST – Like – Reply


On the Mark
Thanks for your erudite, cogent posts, Scott. You always make those with whom you are arguing appear wise, and you always make your own positions seem feeble. 
 
Thanks, again, for making my own job so easy.
February 16, 2008, 10:30:00 PM EST – Like – Reply


Fox Fan
I don't know why he's is attacking me. I was under the impression that he likes Fox News like I do. 
 
I disagree on one point from your above comment OTM- Scott makes my job a bit more difficult here. I would prefer that Fox supporters present intelligent and sane arguments in defense of the network.
February 16, 2008, 10:54:57 PM EST – Like – Reply


On The Mark
Most do, FF. I often disagree with you, but you can put an argument together. You can also put words, clauses sentences and paragraphs together. If you think Scott makes things difficult for people on "your side", just remember I have plenty of clowns to deal with on "my side". Understanding what is being said on Hume, the Beltway Boys, Journal Editorial and some other quality shows on FNC takes some brains. Other shows, like Gibson, Hannity and O'Reilly can be easily understood even with the head a 16 penny nail sticking sticking out of your forehead. In that regard, FNC is like the other cable news networks. Solid programming amongst the green jello sort.
February 18, 2008, 1:52:24 PM EST – Like – Reply