Signing Off

Discussion in 'Political Discussions' started by uncle janko, Nov 6, 2004.

  1. uncle janko

    uncle janko member

    I am, I suppose, as much of a politics junkie as anybody else here (except, of course, for Jimmy), and as much given to polemic. I quit. This is not what I came here to do. Here are some parting shots, and I'm done:

    1) F*** anti-Semites.
    2) F*** totalitarians and their appeasers.
    3) The election's over. Quit gloating/whining.
    4) Repeal the Seventeenth Amendment!

    See you on the other degreeinfo fora.

    Best wishes,

    Janko Preotul
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Your contributions have been at times funny, serious, and very informative. I always enjoy reading your comments.
  3. BLD

    BLD New Member

    I'm sure Jesus is proud of you Janko. Great witness for Christ -- NOT!
  4. Steve Levicoff

    Steve Levicoff Well-Known Member

  5. BLD

    BLD New Member

    I don't have the same affinity for putting things in that particular orifice as some "others" on this forum :( but thanks anyway!

  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

  7. BillDayson

    BillDayson New Member

    I'm a Republican, so I say repeal'em all.
  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Wouldn't this make you a Libertarian?
  9. BillDayson

    BillDayson New Member

    A good word from me is probably the kiss of death for a Degreeinfo kind of Christian, certain to discredit them if not damn them entirely.

    But I'll nevertheless say that I feel that Unk is one of the better witnesses for Christ on this board.

    The thing is that I perceive that Unk has heart. I sense that he's deeply and fundamentally humane.

    That's not final proof of anything, but it is necessary. If any of you presume to witness for your religion, you make yourselves into exemplars.

    Heathens like me can't see your God and we are blind to your Holy Spirit. All we can see is the effect that following your particular path is having on you.

    That's your witness.

    Not scriptural quotations or Pharisee-like condemnation of sin.

    Or at least that's how it seems to me...
  10. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Odd, isn't it?

    BLD, after one comment, is informed he has "had his say," and is told to exit the thread. Yet, Steve is free to "have his say" at his discretion? In old Iraq, perhaps, but not DegreeInfo..................
  11. grgrwll

    grgrwll New Member

    Uhh... no.

    It's the Bushites who hate the Bill of Rights.

    And as someone who claims to be a former Libertarian, I'm surprised that you don't understand that the Bill of Rights is the very basis of the Libertarian party.
  12. nosborne48

    nosborne48 Well-Known Member

    BillDayson: I'm a Republican, so I say repeal'em all.

    nosborne: FAVOR African Slavery and OPPOSE female sufferage?
  13. decimon

    decimon Well-Known Member

    If you're L. Neil Smith.

    I've not before seen this contention.
  14. BillDayson

    BillDayson New Member

    Like I said, I'm a Republican.

    (Worst damn mistake human beings ever made, coming out of their caves.)
  15. Guest

    Guest Guest

    What a ridiculous assertion!
  16. BLD

    BLD New Member

    What else can be expected from people who hold Michael Moore up as a role model? Somebody needs to tell them that no one is listening to them anymore....
  17. Guest

    Guest Guest

    The Bill of Rights have not been suspended as far as I know. If you can enlighten me, please do!
  18. Guest

    Guest Guest

    At'll preach, son..................:D
  19. grgrwll

    grgrwll New Member

    I'll explain this as simply as I can:

    Bill suggested repealing ALL Constitutional Amendments.

    If we repealed the 13th Amendment, slavery would be legal.

    If we repealed the 19th Amendment, women would not be guaranteed the right to vote.

    If you favor slavery and the subjugation of women, just admit it. Trying to blame your bigotry and misogyny on Michael Moore is ludicrous.
  20. DTechBA

    DTechBA New Member

    Your constitutional law is weak

    Since the opposite of the above was not stated in the original constitution, the revocation of the above would not invalidate anything....

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