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That speaks volumes........@cent.......you do speak volumes and that is why I can't finish reading your posts. I fall asleep after the first hour.

I'll have to stop posting in braille....


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Just wanted to repost your original post as a recap to show how true it is.  And the wait wasn't that long.  Thanks for posting.

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@Soosie wrote:
That speaks volumes........@cent.......you do speak volumes and that is why I can't finish reading your posts. I fall asleep after the first hour.

It must be terrible when one has to be 'king of the hill'.  That must be a liberal trait.  Note how they have been proving your original post to be correct with their every post?

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That speaks volumes........@cent.......you do speak volumes and that is why I can't finish reading your posts. I fall asleep after the first hour.
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@Rker............No, you did not spelled my name correctly. It is Soosie.
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Also, I can't find where I asked you anything about this here. That speaks volumes....


About the one who originally inserted that into the discussion.  Apparently someone is too challenged to re-read their post, claiming they didn't ask anything.  So I'll help you out AGAIN.....

 

You posted, "Would a post disparaging the poster and not about the topic be classified as a disagreement or argument?  Especially when they mention baiting or trolling?"

 

So Tex, thanks for asking....

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But again, you and others are proving that Soosie was correct in starting this thread along with the original post.  And that meme was truthful.  "But again", no one disagreed, so she and you were wrong; no one argued with her.  See how easy it is when posters pay attention instead of looking for someone to attack?


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Also, I can't find where I asked you anything about this here. That speaks volumes....


About the one who originally inserted that into the discussion.  But again, you and others are proving that Soosie was correct in starting this thread along with the original post.  And that meme was truthful.

 

Have a nice day Centrist.

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That is a strange post TX. I remember when you were exhausting Bernie Sanders and his agenda of providing free education to all. what happened  to your spport to that Liberal idea?


 


Rker, perhaps you should remember this and quit bringing up what went on in the primaries.  I could say the same about your supporting Trump, and every post had something about supporting him.  Also your continual posting about being a registered Republican.

 

I would suggest that accusation has been way overused by you and others here.  I have the same privilege of switching who I support as well as anyone.  And you might note that there have been many politicians who have changed parties.

 

Aren't you happy that you are here in this country and not Cuba where you are just given a marked ballot and told to deposit it?  We feel the same about not being in Vietnam. 

 

Well the primaries are over and politics moves forward....

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There is nothing innocent about a scurulous lie designed to advance a malignant political agenda.

Exposing such lies, even with sarcasim, is a good thing for Democracy.


That is why myself and others keep wondering about some of the posts by liberals here.  Don't they know that readers see through obvious posts that can easily be seen as false by checking them out on the Internet?

 

And this GOPer stuff?  Or DerTrumper?  Obviously meant to sow discord between partisan groups.

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