Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME - Linux

This is a discussion on Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME - Linux ; "JEDIDIAH" wrote in message news:slrngc3b9f.2p0.jedi@nomad.mishnet > On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote: >> In article , >> Snit wrote: >> >>> "JEDIDIAH" stated in post >>> slrngc2m92.1bj.jedi@nomad.mish net on 9/5/08 9:06 AM: >>> >>>>>> >>>>>> Frankly for McCain to pick her ...

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  1. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "JEDIDIAH" wrote in message
    news:slrngc3b9f.2p0.jedi@nomad.mishnet
    > On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote:
    >> In article ,
    >> Snit wrote:
    >>
    >>> "JEDIDIAH" stated in post
    >>> slrngc2m92.1bj.jedi@nomad.mishnet on 9/5/08 9:06 AM:
    >>>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not
    >>>>>> being experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama
    >>>>> combined. Oops!
    >>>>
    >>>> The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>>> executive experience than this governor.
    >>>
    >>> True... her "experience" is not much of anything.

    >>
    >> Yet, her executive experience is more than Obama's.
    >>
    >>> Heck, the class president
    >>> in my high school could claim to have as big of a constituency as
    >>> she did (ok, not quite... but you get the idea).

    >>
    >>
    >> So you are willing to publicly compare running a small U.S. state
    >> (population-wise) to being the class president of a high school?

    >
    > I never made THAT comparison.


    No, Snit did and you kissed his ass to support him. I tell Snit people are
    not as stupid as he needs them to be but you make me want to reconsider.
    Why do you buy anything that idiot tries to sell?

    >> Why am I not surprised?

    >
    > You need to look at your own moral scorecard in these matters.
    >
    > I am the one that keeps on bringing up the "cities south of Canada"
    > comparison.
    >
    >>
    >>> After harping on Obama for his lack of experience McCain picked
    >>> Palin... what the heck was he thinking?

    >>
    >> He was probably thinking she has more executive experience than
    >> Obama.
    >>
    >>> And while experience is important so is judgment

    >>
    >> I'd personally take judgement over experience at this point. Having
    >> experience
    >> as of being entrenched in Washington isn't necessarily a good thing
    >> IMO.

    >
    > If you really despise "politicans" that much then you should put
    > my neighbor's cat on the ballot. Any noises you make about "executive
    > experience" automatically disqualifies anyone on the basis of being
    > seasoned politicians. It's really an unavoidable part of "being
    > experienced". Anyone with a meaningful amount of experience is going
    > to "be a politician".


    My cat could do a better job than Obama and the politics he learned at his
    black church. Wright hates America and all it stands for. What is wrong
    with the Constition as it was written and interpretted by the founders?

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit




  2. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "Steve Carroll" wrote in message
    news:g9sd0l$75h$1@registered.motzarella.org
    > In article , JEDIDIAH
    >
    > wrote:
    >
    >> On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote:
    >>> In article ,
    >>> Snit wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> "JEDIDIAH" stated in post
    >>>> slrngc2m92.1bj.jedi@nomad.mishnet on 9/5/08 9:06 AM:
    >>>>
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not
    >>>>>>> being
    >>>>>>> experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama
    >>>>>> combined.
    >>>>>> Oops!
    >>>>>
    >>>>> The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>>>> executive experience than this governor.
    >>>>
    >>>> True... her "experience" is not much of anything.
    >>>
    >>> Yet, her executive experience is more than Obama's.
    >>>
    >>>> Heck, the class president
    >>>> in my high school could claim to have as big of a constituency as
    >>>> she did
    >>>> (ok, not quite... but you get the idea).
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> So you are willing to publicly compare running a small U.S. state
    >>> (population-wise) to being the class president of a high school?

    >>
    >> I never made THAT comparison.

    >
    > Never said you did... but Snit did... you know, the person I was
    > addressing.


    Please stop forging my posts, Snit. You play the victim card long enough
    and you will become one. You once said you were willing to meet me face to
    face. Are you still willing?


    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit




  3. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "JEDIDIAH" stated in post
    slrngc3bip.2p0.jedi@nomad.mishnet on 9/5/08 3:10 PM:

    ....
    >>> On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>> executive experience than this Senator.

    >>
    >> I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    >> has
    >> is when he served with Ayers.

    >
    > ...I dunno. I think they're just digging a bigger and bigger hole by
    >
    > pointing out obvious superior candidates for the position.
    >
    > The question is "what does she add"? "Executive experience" isn't it.


    Appeal to some women and much of the religious far-right...

    --
    Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and
    conscientious stupidity. -- Martin Luther King, Jr.


  4. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "MuahMan" stated in post
    49cbf02d-2a9a-44c1-a8c3-63cee51fddcf...oglegroups.com on 9/5/08
    1:21 PM:

    >>> On Sep 5, 5:00*am, Snit wrote:
    >>>> "MuahMan" stated in post
    >>>> eaf38833-8100-449b-be02-142773237...@b1g2000hsg.googlegroups.com on 9/5/08
    >>>> 1:55 AM:

    >>
    >>>>>> Many of the Alaskan newspapers are talking about he lack of being a good
    >>>>>> candidate... if they do not think she is why should the rest of the
    >>>>>> country?

    >>
    >>>>> Gee a liberal newspaper editorial doesn't like Palin?

    >>
    >>>> What paper do you mean?

    >>
    >>> The sames ones you are referring to.

    >>
    >> You have *no* idea... yet you call them liberal newspaper editorials. *As is
    >> your norm you have no idea what you are talking about... you just make it up
    >> as you go.

    >
    >
    > I just told you. I'm referring to the same ones you are.


    And, as I have noted - you have no idea which ones those are or if they are
    Liberal or Conservative in their leanings. You just are spouting off. So
    be it... it is not like you shooting from the hip without thinking is a
    surprise!

    ....
    >>> Snit, can you explain why you are ashamed of being a card carrying
    >>> member of the socialist party?

    >>
    >> LOL! *And you think you are making sense! *Seriously... you just spew BS to
    >> spew.

    >
    > No, I just really want to know why you are ashamed to be a member of
    > the Democratic/Socialist party.


    I am not a member of either... so how could I be "ashamed" to be a member of
    some group I am not a part of?

    The fact is of course I cannot be... you are trying to push your twisted
    idea that you not only think the two parties are the same (they are not) but
    that I am a member (I am not) or should be (which is none of your business).

    You are making a fool of yourself repeatedly... for what? So you can hide
    the fact that you are clearly ignorant about the topics being discussed.

    > It's just funny. I understand why you are ashamed but I'd like to hear it in
    > your own words. I'm sure you think you are being cute when you claim you don't
    > support either party. But just saying that makes you a liberal, socialist
    > democrat. Because liberals/socialists/democrats are scared to make decisions.
    > They are terrified to make decisions in public because when they flip/ flop
    > later on people will know about it.


    Ah, if you do not support one of the two big parties that means, to you,
    that you are afraid to make decisions. LOL! Wow... what a fool you are.


    --
    BU__SH__




  5. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "JEDIDIAH" stated in post
    slrngc3b9f.2p0.jedi@nomad.mishnet on 9/5/08 3:05 PM:

    ....
    >> Yet, her executive experience is more than Obama's.
    >>
    >>> Heck, the class president
    >>> in my high school could claim to have as big of a constituency as she did
    >>> (ok, not quite... but you get the idea).

    >>
    >>
    >> So you are willing to publicly compare running a small U.S. state
    >> (population-wise) to being the class president of a high school?

    >
    > I never made THAT comparison.


    Nor I... but that is not going to stop Steve from trying to take comments
    out of context and twist them. And, of course, spew his BS into every group
    he can - including an anxiety support group where he clearly does not care
    one little bit about how his trolling will effect people he has had no
    prior contact with in any way. Repulsive.
    ....

    --
    "Uh... ask me after we ship the next version of Windows [laughs] then I'll
    be more open to give you a blunt answer." - Bill Gates



  6. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    74s8p5-696.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/5/08 4:31 PM:

    >>> At least with paper ballots someone can steal the election and
    >>> be caught later.

    >>
    >>
    >> You and Snit are now saying you want people to steal an election
    >> simply to get a black guy in office?

    >
    > Did I say "want"? I said "might". And in any event
    > Democrats by and large don't steal elections, though
    > they might give the poor and homeless a free busride
    > to registration offices and the polls on Election Day.
    > I'd have to check on the Chicago machinery to see how they
    > otherwise manipulated things, and I suspect most modern
    > Dems have probably forgotten that style of politics.


    Steve's comments are simply offensive. Nobody I have seen has said they
    want Obama simply because he is black (though I have heard people say it is
    a good sign for the country that someone with African heritage could get so
    far). Steve's bigotry is showing itself again, frankly.

    >> Why not fight just as hard to get a woman in office?

    >
    > What woman is going into the office? Palin is a *VP* pick.


    It is still an office.

    ....



    --
    It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu
    speech. -- Mark Twain


  7. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Snit

    wrote
    on Fri, 05 Sep 2008 16:50:08 -0700
    :
    > "JEDIDIAH" stated in post
    > slrngc3bip.2p0.jedi@nomad.mishnet on 9/5/08 3:10 PM:
    >
    > ...
    >>>> On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>>> executive experience than this Senator.
    >>>
    >>> I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    >>> has
    >>> is when he served with Ayers.

    >>
    >> ...I dunno. I think they're just digging a bigger and bigger hole by
    >>
    >> pointing out obvious superior candidates for the position.
    >>
    >> The question is "what does she add"? "Executive experience" isn't it.

    >
    > Appeal to some women and much of the religious far-right...
    >


    Plus some distractive color. It's not every party that
    can claim to have a moose-hunting hockey mom, after all.
    Especially one of the two major ones.

    Who knows? Might even keep the talking heads occupied
    until November so that the issues don't revolve around
    the economy (it's doing great, trust us), the war (it's
    doing great, trust us), the environment (it's doing great,
    trust us), the civil rights of US citizens (they're in
    great shape, trust us -- yes, there's a theme here),
    the foreign policy (it's doing great, trust us), homeland
    security (it's great, trust us), infrastructure (it's in
    great shape, trust us), but whether Palin can hit a moose
    at 100 paces with a modified squirrely-rifle or some such,
    while juggling her granddaughter in her other arm.

    In a pinch, substitute a hockey stick and puck for
    the firearm...

    --
    #191, ewill3@earthlink.net
    New Technology? Not There. No Thanks.
    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **

  8. Re: Sarah Palin Lies

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, John

    wrote
    on Fri, 05 Sep 2008 17:10:10 -0700
    :

    [massive snip for brevity]

    > http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Conve...5726571&page=1


    Did I say "honest"? I said "win". Karl Rove is not noted
    for his integrity.

    :-P :-)

    Personally, I'd say Palin made a nice impression, and might
    even win the VP office on her own merits against Joe Biden,
    but there's a fair number of problems, even with her stated
    story, that preclude me for voting for the Republican
    ticket (for starters, I don't like her abortion stance).

    --
    #191, ewill3@earthlink.net
    Linux. Because life's too short for a buggy OS.
    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **

  9. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article
    ,
    MuahMan wrote:

    > On Sep 5, 12:06*pm, JEDIDIAH wrote:
    > > On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote:
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > > In article ,
    > > > *Snit wrote:

    > >
    > > >> "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in
    > > >> post
    > > >> 4cg6p5-rdo....@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:

    > >
    > > >> > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > > >> >
    > > >> > *wrote
    > > >> > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > >> > :
    > > >> >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > >> >>news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > >> >>> In article
    > > >> >>> ,
    > > >> >>> MuahMan wrote:

    > >
    > > >> >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers.
    > > >> >>>> Some
    > > >> >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken
    > > >> >>>> record
    > > >> >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.

    > >
    > > >> >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    > >
    > > >> >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's never
    > > >> >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he owns),
    > > >> >>> a
    > > >> >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    > >
    > > >> > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > >> > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > >> > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > >> > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > >> > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > >> > $1.7T economy).

    > >
    > > >> According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor of
    > > >> a
    > > >> relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.

    > >
    > > >> <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...84086&title=sa...
    > > >> lin-gender-card>

    > >
    > > >> Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.

    > >
    > > >> Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > > >> experienced is absurd. *Clearly she has no real experience

    > >
    > > > Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined.
    > > > Oops!

    > >
    > > * * *The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    > > executive experience than this governor.
    > >

    > On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    > executive experience than this Senator.


    So you're saying that McCain is also not qualified, then...

    --
    Alan Baker
    Vancouver, British Columbia


  10. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "Alan Baker" stated in post
    alangbaker-B9C503.17375505092008@sha....shawcable.net on 9/5/08 5:38
    PM:

    ....
    >>>> Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined.
    >>>> Oops!
    >>>
    >>> * * *The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>> executive experience than this governor.
    >>>

    >> On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >> executive experience than this Senator.

    >
    > So you're saying that McCain is also not qualified, then...


    Don't you understand - the rules are different for folks running for office
    as a Republican... they can have things that would label others as
    inexperienced, bad parents, etc... but it does not apply to them.


    --
    Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments
    that take our breath away.




  11. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    3fv8p5-3p6.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/5/08 5:28 PM:

    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Snit
    >
    > wrote
    > on Fri, 05 Sep 2008 16:50:08 -0700
    > :
    >> "JEDIDIAH" stated in post
    >> slrngc3bip.2p0.jedi@nomad.mishnet on 9/5/08 3:10 PM:
    >>
    >> ...
    >>>>> On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>>>> executive experience than this Senator.
    >>>>
    >>>> I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    >>>> has
    >>>> is when he served with Ayers.
    >>>
    >>> ...I dunno. I think they're just digging a bigger and bigger hole by
    >>>
    >>> pointing out obvious superior candidates for the position.
    >>>
    >>> The question is "what does she add"? "Executive experience" isn't it.

    >>
    >> Appeal to some women and much of the religious far-right...
    >>

    >
    > Plus some distractive color. It's not every party that
    > can claim to have a moose-hunting hockey mom, after all.
    > Especially one of the two major ones.


    She is, if nothing else, interesting.

    > Who knows? Might even keep the talking heads occupied
    > until November so that the issues don't revolve around
    > the economy (it's doing great, trust us), the war (it's
    > doing great, trust us), the environment (it's doing great,
    > trust us), the civil rights of US citizens (they're in
    > great shape, trust us -- yes, there's a theme here),
    > the foreign policy (it's doing great, trust us), homeland
    > security (it's great, trust us), infrastructure (it's in
    > great shape, trust us), but whether Palin can hit a moose
    > at 100 paces with a modified squirrely-rifle or some such,
    > while juggling her granddaughter in her other arm.
    >
    > In a pinch, substitute a hockey stick and puck for
    > the firearm...


    I think you have outted the Republican plan!



    --
    Never stand between a dog and the hydrant. - John Peers


  12. Re: Sarah Palin Lies

    "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    suv8p5-3p6.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/5/08 5:37 PM:

    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, John
    >
    > wrote
    > on Fri, 05 Sep 2008 17:10:10 -0700
    > :
    >
    > [massive snip for brevity]
    >
    >> http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Conve...5726571&page=1

    >
    > Did I say "honest"? I said "win". Karl Rove is not noted
    > for his integrity.
    >
    > :-P :-)
    >
    > Personally, I'd say Palin made a nice impression, and might
    > even win the VP office on her own merits against Joe Biden,
    > but there's a fair number of problems, even with her stated
    > story, that preclude me for voting for the Republican
    > ticket (for starters, I don't like her abortion stance).


    There is not much *too* like about her politics. She might be fun at a
    party. Unless you are a moose.


    --
    I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please
    everyone. -- Bill Cosby


  13. Re: Sarah Palin Lies

    On Sep 5, 9:10*pm, Snit wrote:
    > "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    > suv8p5-3p6....@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/5/08 5:37 PM:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, John
    > >
    > > *wrote
    > > on Fri, 05 Sep 2008 17:10:10 -0700
    > > :

    >
    > > [massive snip for brevity]

    >
    > >>http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Conve...5726571&page=1

    >
    > > Did I say "honest"? *I said "win". *Karl Rove is not noted
    > > for his integrity.

    >
    > > :-P :-)

    >
    > > Personally, I'd say Palin made a nice impression, and might
    > > even win the VP office on her own merits against Joe Biden,
    > > but there's a fair number of problems, even with her stated
    > > story, that preclude me for voting for the Republican
    > > ticket (for starters, I don't like her abortion stance).

    >
    > There is not much *too* like about her politics. *She might be fun at a
    > party. *Unless you are a moose.
    >
    > --
    > I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please
    > everyone. -- Bill Cosby- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    I love her politics. It's a plus that she has more experience than
    both of your parties candidates... the Socialist party. It's a plus
    that she's not black and not muslim, not named Hussein and doesn't
    hate her country.

    Civil War 2008!!! Take your country, your rights, and your paycheck
    back! Slaughter liberals by the MILLIONS!!!!

  14. Re: Sarah Palin Lies

    "MuahMan" stated in post
    dcb47054-448f-41d3-8dda-301c7d1f80b2...oglegroups.com on 9/5/08
    6:28 PM:

    > On Sep 5, 9:10*pm, Snit wrote:
    >> "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in post
    >> suv8p5-3p6....@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/5/08 5:37 PM:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, John
    >>>
    >>> *wrote
    >>> on Fri, 05 Sep 2008 17:10:10 -0700
    >>> :

    >>
    >>> [massive snip for brevity]

    >>
    >>>> http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Conve...5726571&page=1

    >>
    >>> Did I say "honest"? *I said "win". *Karl Rove is not noted
    >>> for his integrity.

    >>
    >>> :-P :-)

    >>
    >>> Personally, I'd say Palin made a nice impression, and might
    >>> even win the VP office on her own merits against Joe Biden,
    >>> but there's a fair number of problems, even with her stated
    >>> story, that preclude me for voting for the Republican
    >>> ticket (for starters, I don't like her abortion stance).

    >>
    >> There is not much *too* like about her politics. *She might be fun at a
    >> party. *Unless you are a moose.
    >>
    >> --
    >> I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please
    >> everyone. -- Bill Cosby- Hide quoted text -
    >>
    >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > I love her politics. It's a plus that she has more experience than
    > both of your parties candidates... the Socialist party. It's a plus
    > that she's not black and not muslim, not named Hussein and doesn't
    > hate her country.
    >
    > Civil War 2008!!! Take your country, your rights, and your paycheck
    > back! Slaughter liberals by the MILLIONS!!!!


    As noted: you are insane.

    --
    Teachers open the door but you must walk through it yourself.


  15. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    On Sep 6, 8:48*am, "Steve Carroll" wrote:
    > In article
    > ,
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > *MuahMan wrote:
    > > On Sep 5, 12:06 pm, JEDIDIAH wrote:
    > > > On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote:

    >
    > > > > In article ,
    > > > > *Snit wrote:

    >
    > > > >> "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in
    > > > >> post
    > > > >> 4cg6p5-rdo....@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:

    >
    > > > >> > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > > > >> >
    > > > >> > *wrote
    > > > >> > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > > >> > :
    > > > >> >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > > >> >>news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > > >> >>> In article
    > > > >> >>> ,
    > > > >> >>> MuahMan wrote:

    >
    > > > >> >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers.
    > > > >> >>>> Some
    > > > >> >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken
    > > > >> >>>> record
    > > > >> >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.

    >
    > > > >> >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    >
    > > > >> >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's
    > > > >> >>> never
    > > > >> >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he
    > > > >> >>> owns),
    > > > >> >>> a
    > > > >> >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    >
    > > > >> > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > > >> > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > > >> > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > > >> > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > > >> > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > > >> > $1.7T economy).

    >
    > > > >> According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor
    > > > >> of
    > > > >> a
    > > > >> relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.

    >
    > > > >> <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...84086&title=sa...
    > > > >> lin-gender-card>

    >
    > > > >> Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.

    >
    > > > >> Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > > > >> experienced is absurd. *Clearly she has no real experience

    >
    > > > > Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined.
    > > > > Oops!

    >
    > > > * * *The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    > > > executive experience than this governor.

    >
    > > On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    > > *executive experience than this Senator.

    >
    > I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    > has
    > is when he served with Ayers.
    >


    You are mistaken.

    Obama has devised and coordinated the most effective internet-centred
    fundraising and advocacy campaign in history managing tens of
    thousands of volunteers and beaqting back the heir apparent to the
    Democratic throne in the teteh of massive resistance to a non-white
    and liberal candidate in the US. He outfundraised all the other
    candidates combined. He is still the clear favourite at this stage.
    There's a rough chance that if he is elected, America's poor image in
    the world might be turned around, which is itself astonishing, given
    the history.

    I'd say that's a pretty high bar to beat.

    Fran



  16. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article
    <95a003d3-a6ac-475a-9585-0eb6ed73ca51@p25g2000hsf.googlegroups.com>,
    MuahMan wrote:

    > One is a Muslim terrorist named after Sadaam.


    You misspelled "Saddam."

  17. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "Fran" stated in post
    9fcda2b4-d56c-4d9e-98a6-20466ee2d66d...oglegroups.com on 9/5/08
    7:21 PM:

    >>> On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>> *executive experience than this Senator.
    >>>

    >> I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    >> has is when he served with Ayers.
    >>

    >
    > You are mistaken.
    >
    > Obama has devised and coordinated the most effective internet-centred
    > fundraising and advocacy campaign in history managing tens of
    > thousands of volunteers and beaqting back the heir apparent to the
    > Democratic throne in the teteh of massive resistance to a non-white
    > and liberal candidate in the US. He outfundraised all the other
    > candidates combined. He is still the clear favourite at this stage.
    > There's a rough chance that if he is elected, America's poor image in
    > the world might be turned around, which is itself astonishing, given
    > the history.
    >
    > I'd say that's a pretty high bar to beat.


    Watch Steve Carroll poo-poo all of that away.


    --
    "Uh... ask me after we ship the next version of Windows [laughs] then I'll
    be more open to give you a blunt answer." - Bill Gates



  18. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    Fran wrote:
    > On Sep 6, 8:48 am, "Steve Carroll" wrote:
    >> In article
    >> ,
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> MuahMan wrote:
    >>> On Sep 5, 12:06 pm, JEDIDIAH wrote:
    >>>> On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote:
    >>>>> In article ,
    >>>>> Snit wrote:
    >>>>>> "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in
    >>>>>> post
    >>>>>> 4cg6p5-rdo....@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:
    >>>>>>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> wrote
    >>>>>>> on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    >>>>>>> :
    >>>>>>>> "iMojo" wrote in message
    >>>>>>>> news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    >>>>>>>>> In article
    >>>>>>>>> ,
    >>>>>>>>> MuahMan wrote:
    >>>>>>>>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their careers.
    >>>>>>>>>> Some
    >>>>>>>>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken
    >>>>>>>>>> record
    >>>>>>>>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.
    >>>>>>>>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.
    >>>>>>>>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's
    >>>>>>>>> never
    >>>>>>>>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he
    >>>>>>>>> owns),
    >>>>>>>>> a
    >>>>>>>>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?
    >>>>>>> Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    >>>>>>> the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    >>>>>>> does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    >>>>>>> not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    >>>>>>> in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    >>>>>>> $1.7T economy).
    >>>>>> According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a governor
    >>>>>> of
    >>>>>> a
    >>>>>> relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.
    >>>>>> <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...84086&title=sa...
    >>>>>> lin-gender-card>
    >>>>>> Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.
    >>>>>> Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    >>>>>> experienced is absurd. Clearly she has no real experience
    >>>>> Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined.
    >>>>> Oops!
    >>>> The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>>> executive experience than this governor.
    >>> On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    >>> executive experience than this Senator.

    >> I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    >> has
    >> is when he served with Ayers.
    >>

    >
    > You are mistaken.
    >
    > Obama has devised and coordinated the most effective internet-centred
    > fundraising and advocacy campaign in history managing tens of
    > thousands of volunteers and beaqting back the heir apparent to the
    > Democratic throne in the teteh of massive resistance to a non-white
    > and liberal candidate in the US. He outfundraised all the other
    > candidates combined. He is still the clear favourite at this stage.
    > There's a rough chance that if he is elected, America's poor image in
    > the world might be turned around, which is itself astonishing, given
    > the history.
    >
    > I'd say that's a pretty high bar to beat.
    >
    > Fran
    >
    >




    Fran,

    Steve Carroll is the resident right wing nutjob over in mac advocacy.
    Expect some kind of CRAZED response.

  19. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    "John" stated in post
    ia6dncFw8IyHnV_VnZ2dnUVZ_q_inZ2d@giganews.com on 9/5/08 8:59 PM:

    >>> I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    >>> has
    >>> is when he served with Ayers.
    >>>

    >>
    >> You are mistaken.
    >>
    >> Obama has devised and coordinated the most effective internet-centred
    >> fundraising and advocacy campaign in history managing tens of
    >> thousands of volunteers and beaqting back the heir apparent to the
    >> Democratic throne in the teteh of massive resistance to a non-white
    >> and liberal candidate in the US. He outfundraised all the other
    >> candidates combined. He is still the clear favourite at this stage.
    >> There's a rough chance that if he is elected, America's poor image in
    >> the world might be turned around, which is itself astonishing, given
    >> the history.
    >>
    >> I'd say that's a pretty high bar to beat.
    >>
    >> Fran

    >
    > Fran,
    >
    > Steve Carroll is the resident right wing nutjob over in mac advocacy.
    > Expect some kind of CRAZED response.


    Completely agree... as an example, several years ago I made a statement Bush
    and my belief that by invading Iraq he was going against the law - he was
    "guilty" of breaking the law. Steve Carroll freaked out but could not find
    a *reasoned* refutation to the argument I supported to back my views.
    Instead he insisted on playing semantic games and insisting that since I had
    stated the argument dealt with the law (which it obviously did) and was thus
    a "legal argument" that meant to Steve that Bush was not "guilty" because he
    had not been found guilty (Bush was not "legally guilty").

    OK, so he was whacked when he came up with that... utterly desperate... but
    he plummeted to insanity by following me around nit picking my every word,
    targeting my business by spewing lies online with its name (something he
    stopped only when his ISP slapped his wrist), quoting me in his .sig,
    accusing me of sexual harassment and rape, and on and on and on... and years
    later he is *still* doing so... even though I have not responded to one of
    his posts in some time. He is obsessed with me and wants to get revenge for
    my commenting about Bush in a way he did not like. He is completely
    insane... and also posts with these names (and likely more):

    "Evil" John
    "Evil" Snit
    Cornelius Munshower
    CSMA Moderator
    Fretwiz
    Measles
    Petruzzellis Kids
    Sigmond
    Smit
    Steve Camoll
    Steve Carroll
    Steve Carrroll
    Steve Carrolll
    Yevette Owens

    The first two "evil" names are in reference to when he forges my name and
    John's ... in the case of John saying he did so as a "defense" against
    whatever wrong he fabricated had been committed against him. He is just
    flat out insane.

    --
    Picture of a tuna milkshake: http://snipurl.com/f34z
    Feel free to ask for the recipe.




  20. Re: Sarah Palin = AWESOME

    In article <9fcda2b4-d56c-4d9e-98a6-20466ee2d66d@a3g2000prm.googlegroups.com>,
    Fran wrote:

    > On Sep 6, 8:48*am, "Steve Carroll" wrote:
    > > In article
    > > ,
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > *MuahMan wrote:
    > > > On Sep 5, 12:06 pm, JEDIDIAH wrote:
    > > > > On 2008-09-05, Steve Carroll wrote:

    > >
    > > > > > In article ,
    > > > > > *Snit wrote:

    > >
    > > > > >> "The Ghost In The Machine" stated in
    > > > > >> post
    > > > > >> 4cg6p5-rdo....@sirius.tg00suus7038.net on 9/4/08 6:59 PM:

    > >
    > > > > >> > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Steve Carroll
    > > > > >> >
    > > > > >> > *wrote
    > > > > >> > on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 17:25:57 -0700
    > > > > >> > :
    > > > > >> >> "iMojo" wrote in message
    > > > > >> >>news:iadvocate-E1592C.20225104092008@news.videotron.ca
    > > > > >> >>> In article
    > > > > >> >>> > > > > >> >>> >,
    > > > > >> >>> MuahMan wrote:

    > >
    > > > > >> >>>> Sarah Palin: "Some people use "Change" to advance their
    > > > > >> >>>> careers.
    > > > > >> >>>> Some
    > > > > >> >>>> people use their careers to advance "Change" on Obama's broken
    > > > > >> >>>> record
    > > > > >> >>>> empty promises Change rhetoric.

    > >
    > > > > >> >>>> **** that socialist, muslim, American hating, puppet monkey.

    > >
    > > > > >> >>> So if McCoke kicks the bucket (the guy is so ****ing old he's
    > > > > >> >>> never
    > > > > >> >>> even used the internet and can't remember how many houses he
    > > > > >> >>> owns),
    > > > > >> >>> a
    > > > > >> >>> hockey mom is going to rule the free-world?

    > >
    > > > > >> > Correct, but she's not only a hockey-mom; she's also
    > > > > >> > the current governor of the state of Alaska, and that
    > > > > >> > does require some organizational skills (though maybe
    > > > > >> > not as much as, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger might require
    > > > > >> > in governing California, a state with 36M people and a
    > > > > >> > $1.7T economy).

    > >
    > > > > >> According to Karl Rove, though, it is not a big deal to be a
    > > > > >> governor
    > > > > >> of
    > > > > >> a
    > > > > >> relatively small city... well, unless you are Sarah Palin.

    > >
    > > > > >> <http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/in...184086&title=s
    > > > > >> a...
    > > > > >> lin-gender-card>

    > >
    > > > > >> Watch the whole thing... it is hilarious.

    > >
    > > > > >> Frankly for McCain to pick her after going after Obama for not being
    > > > > >> experienced is absurd. *Clearly she has no real experience

    > >
    > > > > > Yet, she has more executive experience than Biden and Obama combined.
    > > > > > Oops!

    > >
    > > > > * * *The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    > > > > executive experience than this governor.

    > >
    > > > On Obama, The mayor of any decent sized city in the lower 48 has more
    > > > *executive experience than this Senator.

    > >
    > > I could be mistaken but believe that the only "executive experience" Obama
    > > has
    > > is when he served with Ayers.
    > >

    >
    > You are mistaken.
    >
    > Obama has devised and coordinated the most effective internet-centred
    > fundraising and advocacy campaign in history managing tens of
    > thousands of volunteers and beaqting back the heir apparent to the
    > Democratic throne in the teteh of massive resistance to a non-white
    > and liberal candidate in the US. He outfundraised all the other
    > candidates combined.


    Specifically, in what executive capacity?

    --
    "Apple is pushing how green this is - but it [Macbook Air] is
    clearly disposable... when the battery dies you can pretty much
    just throw it away". - Snit

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