ibshame's comment history

ibshame said...

Jack Dennis you have twisted what was said about Chuckies qualifications. it was stated Chuckie was no more qualified to run the first time than Wamp.

July 31, 2014 at 7:19 p.m.
ibshame said...

As with most Dems my vote is not so much for Wamp as it is AGAINST sending Chuckie back for a third term of doing nothing for the people of the Third District. He has been a failure and as Albert Einstein once said (to paraphrase): insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result. That is what re-electing Chuckie would amount to for the people of the Third District:INSANITY.

July 31, 2014 at 6:33 p.m.
ibshame said...

Z fister it is useless for anyone to try to explain to you anything about history or government because you make it up as you go. People on this forum have confronted you with FACTS to dispute the bullsh!t you post but you are too ignorant to acknowledge the facts. You keep complaining about those children "invading" (as you put it) our borders and it has not mattered that several times individuals have explained to you that it was George W. Bush who signed legislation to allow those children to stay in the US if they managed to make it here.

Now here's a history analogy for you. The US. Congress in 1850 passed a law known as the Fugitive Slave Law. This act basically said if slaves escaped to the North and they were caught, they had to be returned to their owners. It remained the law even after President Lincoln was elected President in 1860 and Lincoln did not bother to stop the enforcement of the law even though he knew the condition the slaves existed under in the South were for the most part horrific. But it was the law and he chose at the time to do nothing that would create more extremist reaction in the South to the Federal Government. It would not be until 1863 that Lincoln would sign the Emancipation Proclamation that in essence nullified the Fugitive Slave Act. Of course by that time the South had seceded and no longer considered themselves to be part of the Union. However, because of the Emancipation Proclamation at least if the slaves managed to escape and get to the North they no longer had to worry about being sent back South if captured by bounty hunters.

President Obama is following a law that was already in place when he was sworn in. He has not attempted to nullify the law but he has followed it. I don't expect you to understand based on the things you post, in fact I sometimes wonder if you can walk and chew gum at the same time but President Obama has not broken any laws when it comes to those children coming across the border. It only remains to be seen if he will have the heart to send them back to the same type of horrific conditions they have escaped from (as Lincoln did to those slaves who managed to escape) just to appease Repubs.

July 31, 2014 at 12:48 a.m.
ibshame said...

If the shoe fits. Or A hit dog hollers the loudest.

July 30, 2014 at 7:21 p.m.
ibshame said...

Z fister and Timbo it has been pointed out that Chuckie was no more qualified to run for office than Weston Wamp is right now. What the two of you and those like you dislike about Mr. Wamp is the fact he has refused to say he is going to fight President Obama on everything. The Third District does not need someone like that to represent them. Chuckie had two terms to prove his worth , but instead he only proved he is WORTHLESS as a Representative. Fortunately, the Dems can do more than just sit on the sidelines and watch Chuckie win in the primary. They can get out and vote to send him home and there's nothing teabaggers can do to stop it.

July 30, 2014 at 6:25 p.m.
ibshame said...

Chuckie had two terms to prove his worthiness to continue to hold the Third District seat. He failed miserably. Just because he happens to be older than Weston Wamp does not make him any more qualified for the office. This time around Chuckie has to answer for his lackluster performance not only to his Repub. base, but he also has to answer to the Dems in his district during the OPEN primary. He's in trouble and his past tactics don't seem to be helping him based on the type of DESPERATION ads he's been running. Keep talking about Wamp's age and it will only motivate the younger voters to insure he wins.

July 30, 2014 at 3:24 p.m.
ibshame said...

You are probably right but the Dems can determine which Repub CAN get elected just like they did in Mississippi .One thing for sure about the race in the Third District, if left to the Dems it won't be Chuckie and that's all that matters. LOL.

It was his disrespect for the office of the President that will cost him the votes of the Dems. It was poor judgement on his part to not be in Chatt.during the President's visit to brag on a site not only in Chuckie's state but in his own DISTRICT. At least Weston Wamp and his father showed up if nothing else but out of respect for the office. Chuckie managed to skate through his last two elections by telling lies, avoiding debates and being in a gerrymandered district. None of those things are going to allow him to skate through again. It couldn't happen to a better teabagger. LOL LOL

July 30, 2014 at 12:32 a.m.
ibshame said...

Yep, looks like Chuckie might soon be able to return to that small business he created of ambulance chasing and debt collections. He'll never have to run through an airport to avoid President Obama visiting his hometown again. LOL

July 30, 2014 at 12:22 a.m.
ibshame said...

In my day we often put our garbage in the curve because we didn't want it in front of our house so CURVE or CURB all depends on whether or not you happened to live on a street with a CURB. Understand now? We didn't have sidewalks lining my street so there were no CURBS but there was definitely a CURVE.

July 29, 2014 at 8:35 p.m.
ibshame said...

Kicked to the curve is slang for being tossed aside and deemed worthless. Kinda of like the reaction to most of your and Z fister posts that are unsubstantiated with facts but instead made up bullsh!t from some RWNJ'S rag or inside your head. Understand now? Or another way of looking at it is like putting trash out on the curve to be removed with the garbage.

July 29, 2014 at 8:08 p.m.
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