Republican Women Too Smart to Fall for Hillary's Ruse

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  1. 2 Timothy2:1-4

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    .....[FONT=times new roman,times]From where we're sitting, Mr. Penn, it looks like you and Hillary don't get out of your little self-created bubble enough. We Republican women are plum full of emotion every time we see Mrs. Clinton put on yet another female face for the cameras, but it isn't the kind that you ever want to be with in a dark room alone.:laugh: [/FONT]


    http://www.americanthinker.com/2007/10/republican_women_too_smart_to.html
     
  2. abcgrad94

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    My feelings exactly.:laugh:
     
  3. tinytim

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    She reminds me of a mean old school teacher I used to have....

    eww... I just got a shudder thinking about her... Of course it is halloween, and I saw today that she won the scariest politician award on CNN...

    My dad got a birthday card from my sister last month that said....

    "What is scarier than getting older?
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    . Hillary as president!!!"

    But I am afraid there will be idiot Republican women who vote for her.... 24% seems too high, but who knows?

    I am sure us Republican men are much smarter!!! :tonofbricks:

    OUCH, now why are you throwing bricks "R"?
     
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  4. Dagwood

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    More Hillary bashing, I see.

    Anyone who has been outraged at the Bush-bashing, yet sees nothing wrong with Hillary-bashing is a hypocrite, pastor or not!
     
  5. Bro. Curtis

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    So now any criticism of the cackling socialist is Hillary bashing ?

    Pretty funny. Yer probably going to be throwing that "hypocrite" word around a lot. With her as the dem candidate, her name is going to be associated a lot with bad stuff. I would bet it's going to be the same for the GOP candidate.

    Will you address the O/P when it happens, or just call everyone a Hillary bashing hypocrite ?

    And you being a newbie & all, you are not aware of a lot of folks around here who think like I do, that have bashed Bush & his policies, so yer criticism of us makes absolutely no sense.

    I plan on engaging you, and challenging you, a lot, Dagwood.
     
  6. JustChristian

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    I don't know but your statement certainly is. Does it make you feel like a big man?
     
  7. Bro. Curtis

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    What ? Are you asking me if calling Hillary a cackling socialist makes me feel big ?

    Nope. It's all the unclaimed halloween candy. Nasty time of year.
     
  8. Dagwood

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    Remember, "The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry."

    You can attempt to intimidate and badger me all you want, I will respond to what I desire and nothing else.

    I know it just irritates you and those like you that a Christian can support the Democratic Party, but they can.
     
  9. Bro. James Reed

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    What iritates me more is the large number of Christians who will support the Republican party no matter what.

    At least Democratic Christians realize they are voting for liberals.

    I think all Christians should vote for Ron Paul, but that's just my opinion, which only means anything to me.:thumbs:
     
  10. Bro. Curtis

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    Who said that ?

    I promise not to badger you. You have allready seen I only ask a question one time. I do find it funny that you used the "intimidate" word. But if you are honest & respectful, and want actual debate, I'll be glad to oblige. If you want to scan threads and take little cheap shots, well, I can do that, also.

    But I think people know who's honest around here, and who's not.

    It doesn't irritate me. You're the one whining.

    Support who your prayers lead you to. But with all the nastiness directed at Bush, (you may have missed it, being a newbie & all) you'd think the liberals here would have thicker skin. Bush has been slandered on this board everyday since I came here. And when he does deserve credit, it's awful slow in coming.

    In fact, Bush has been criticized by every boardmember I can think of.

    So stop whining about the Hillary bashing. It's dishonest.
     
  11. Bro. Curtis

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    I would love to vote for him.
     
  12. Scarlett O.

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    ....back to the original post.

    This quote by Mark Penn is just about the stupidest thing that I have ever heard. You'd think that in 2007, after women have been voting for close to a century that men like Mr. Penn would have more of a clue.

    Anyone who really believes that women vote based on emotionalism or "looks" or gender is in need of a swift kick in the rear.

    We just had elections in our state and one of the state positions that we vote on was an opening for the state board of education. There were three male candidates and one female candidate.

    I voted for the woman. She was the only republican and the only one who was pro-charter school/vouchers.

    A male friend of mine asked me who I voted for and I told him. He laughed at me and said, "Yeah, it figures.....". I could have smacked across that silly grin he was wearing. :thumbs: As I tried to explain to him why I carefully considered the four candidates and chose her, he just acted as if I were a 9-year-old explaining why I bought a Barbie doll.

    The more things change the more they stay the same. :laugh: :laugh:
     
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  13. hillclimber1

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    Read "Year of the Rat", documented book concerning the clintons. You'll change your tune. They are very bad people.
     
  14. Dagwood

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    "The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry."

    It is a line from a poem entitled, To a Mouse, written by Robert Burns.
     

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