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Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Luvapottamus
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RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
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Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:31 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:24 PM)
I have better reasons to not vote for him.

I had a fellow film student who wrote some amazingly grim stuff.

Doesn't really reflect his character.

But there's no point in voting for any Obama Mark II

What comes out a persons mind is their character.....

Garbage in Garbage out....

Jhikpghf

I had some pretty awful thoughts when I was a teenager.

That's really common with boys.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 07:52 PM)
Defend this......I really don’t think you can.....

*I’m not going to copy pasta.... feel free to if you want.....

Go have a good read....he is fully insane.....

*He has had fantasies about running over children...

Jhikpghf

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/...enate-race

https://www.reuters.com/investigates/spe...o-orourke/

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-backs...SKCN1QX02M

There is currently someone in the White House that openly discusses sexual assault and likes PeePee parties, spies on underage girls getting changed, and has openly cheated on everyone that he has ever been married.

Are you seriously going to attempt this?

Here is a good question that you should try to answer.

Why is it considered a good idea to continuously elect Old White Men to positions of power?

I used to doubt psychology until I met so many of you suffering from Apophenia and Pareidolia.
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Post: #33
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:30 PM)
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 07:58 PM)
Mmmmmkay......

Yeah we really need “Stephen King” trying to run the Country.....

Gotcha shill.....


Instead you got who can scarcely put a coherent tweet together.

What exactly does that have to do with this thread????

Are you attempting to derail this thread????

I thought D said derailing is an automatic ban in the new rules????

Jhikpghf
GTFO....
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Yuppers
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RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:33 PM)
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:31 PM)
What comes out a persons mind is their character.....

Garbage in Garbage out....

Jhikpghf

I had some pretty awful thoughts when I was a teenager.

That's really common with boys.

Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....
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Post: #35
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:37 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:33 PM)
I had some pretty awful thoughts when I was a teenager.

That's really common with boys.

Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....

Bsflag

I used to doubt psychology until I met so many of you suffering from Apophenia and Pareidolia.
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Post: #36
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
JIF  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:38 PM)
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:37 PM)
Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....

Bsflag


I’m actually glad that the true psychotic people are showing up to show themselves in this thread..... including you....

Jhikpghf
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03-17-2019 09:48 PM

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RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
O'rourke's teenage creative writing should be less concerning than his present-day panderings:


Beto O’Rourke is anti-Trump and pro-Israel — should progressives support him?

Nada Elia, September 24, 2018


[Image: Beto-AIPAC.jpg]


[...]

Interestingly, O’Rourke showed the same directness when asked about Israel. In that he emphatically, unambiguously, and fully supports Israel. A friend of mine, Austin, TX-based Palestinian American activist Haithem El-Zabri, sent O’Rourke an email inquiring about his “views on the Israel/Palestine issue,” and received the following letter, which he shared with me:

“Thanks for reaching out. Beto is a proud advocate of Israel. He believes that Israel is critically important to the United States, because it is the home of the Jewish people, because it is an exemplary democracy that shares our values, and because it is a crucial contributor to our national security objectives in the region.

Beto has voted for and will continue to support foreign aid for Israel. He cosponsored and then voted for a resolution in the last Congress to encourage the Obama Administration to quickly finalize a robust and long-term Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israel. The resulting agreement will last 10 years and provide Israel $3.8 billion per year.

This Congress, Beto supported the Taylor Force Act, which prohibits certain foreign aid from being made available for the West Bank and Gaza unless the State Department certifies that the Palestinian Authority is taking steps to end acts of violence. In October, Beto cosponsored the Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act, and he has voted in favor of the same bill each of the last three Congresses. He co-sponsored the Iran Ballistic Missiles and International Sanctions Enforcement Act. He opposes efforts, economically and diplomatically, to boycott or delegitimize Israel. So long as he is an elected official, Beto vows to stand as an advocate of security and peace in Israel.

Best,

Amanda,
Team Beto

The letter is deeply disturbing, showing little understanding of the reality on the ground and could have been written by any rabid Zionist. Indeed, it may well have been written by an Israel lobbyist, who offered it to “Team Beto.” O’Rourke, like so many other Democrats, has been chastised then “prepped” by AIPAC after showing some slight hesitation over rushing unconditional financial aid to Israel during its 2014 assault on Gaza, following which he took the apparently requisite Zionist-lobby sponsored trip to Israel in 2015. Beto travelled to Israel on a J Street sponsored trip, and is a J Street endorsee. It is interesting indeed that many of the more liberal US candidates are buoyed by J Street rather than AIPAC, albeit with the same goal: military support for Israel, two-states, opposition to BDS. Washington state’s Pramila Jayapal is another J Street endorsee, who has also been on a J Street sponsored trip to Israel, following which she called on Palestinians to “show restraint” in their protests against the violation of their human rights, even as she refuses to endorse BDS, that most restrained form of protest. Today, the Zionist lobby in Texas is trumpeting that O’Rourke has “an outstanding record on Israel.” https://mondoweiss.net/2018/09/orourke-p...s-support/


How the Israel Lobby Set Beto O'Rourke Right

Nathan Guttman, October 2, 2014


It took only one wrong vote to teach a freshman Democrat from Texas how sensitive, and even wrathful, the Jewish community can be when it comes to Israel.

But the real story of what happened to Rep. Beto O’Rourke did not stop with the angry reaction he got when he cast one of only eight votes in Congress against special funding for Israel’s Iron Dome rocket defense system during the recent Gaza war.

What is notable is how quickly the carrot followed the stick.

It was almost a textbook case of how the establishment pro-Israel lobby works its magic — and a story not yet completed in early September, when The New Yorker magazine took note of what had happened to O’Rourke... https://forward.com/news/israel/206542/h...rke-right/
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Post: #38
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:37 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:33 PM)
I had some pretty awful thoughts when I was a teenager.

That's really common with boys.

Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....


You're too old to remember, or maybe pickled the ol' brain too much?

Fiction is bad.

Killing 20 million people in illegal wars is good.

All of America's politicians are guilty of allowing war crimes, including the death of many children.. often blown to pieces.

But a piece of fiction written many years ago is bad!

Ihoohase
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Post: #39
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:48 PM)
O'rourke's teenage creative writing should be less concerning than his present-day panderings:


Beto O’Rourke is anti-Trump and pro-Israel — should progressives support him?

Nada Elia, September 24, 2018


[Image: Beto-AIPAC.jpg]


[...]

Interestingly, O’Rourke showed the same directness when asked about Israel. In that he emphatically, unambiguously, and fully supports Israel. A friend of mine, Austin, TX-based Palestinian American activist Haithem El-Zabri, sent O’Rourke an email inquiring about his “views on the Israel/Palestine issue,” and received the following letter, which he shared with me:

“Thanks for reaching out. Beto is a proud advocate of Israel. He believes that Israel is critically important to the United States, because it is the home of the Jewish people, because it is an exemplary democracy that shares our values, and because it is a crucial contributor to our national security objectives in the region.

Beto has voted for and will continue to support foreign aid for Israel. He cosponsored and then voted for a resolution in the last Congress to encourage the Obama Administration to quickly finalize a robust and long-term Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israel. The resulting agreement will last 10 years and provide Israel $3.8 billion per year.

This Congress, Beto supported the Taylor Force Act, which prohibits certain foreign aid from being made available for the West Bank and Gaza unless the State Department certifies that the Palestinian Authority is taking steps to end acts of violence. In October, Beto cosponsored the Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act, and he has voted in favor of the same bill each of the last three Congresses. He co-sponsored the Iran Ballistic Missiles and International Sanctions Enforcement Act. He opposes efforts, economically and diplomatically, to boycott or delegitimize Israel. So long as he is an elected official, Beto vows to stand as an advocate of security and peace in Israel.

Best,

Amanda,
Team Beto

The letter is deeply disturbing, showing little understanding of the reality on the ground and could have been written by any rabid Zionist. Indeed, it may well have been written by an Israel lobbyist, who offered it to “Team Beto.” O’Rourke, like so many other Democrats, has been chastised then “prepped” by AIPAC after showing some slight hesitation over rushing unconditional financial aid to Israel during its 2014 assault on Gaza, following which he took the apparently requisite Zionist-lobby sponsored trip to Israel in 2015. Beto travelled to Israel on a J Street sponsored trip, and is a J Street endorsee. It is interesting indeed that many of the more liberal US candidates are buoyed by J Street rather than AIPAC, albeit with the same goal: military support for Israel, two-states, opposition to BDS. Washington state’s Pramila Jayapal is another J Street endorsee, who has also been on a J Street sponsored trip to Israel, following which she called on Palestinians to “show restraint” in their protests against the violation of their human rights, even as she refuses to endorse BDS, that most restrained form of protest. Today, the Zionist lobby in Texas is trumpeting that O’Rourke has “an outstanding record on Israel.” https://mondoweiss.net/2018/09/orourke-p...s-support/


How the Israel Lobby Set Beto O'Rourke Right

Nathan Guttman, October 2, 2014


It took only one wrong vote to teach a freshman Democrat from Texas how sensitive, and even wrathful, the Jewish community can be when it comes to Israel.

But the real story of what happened to Rep. Beto O’Rourke did not stop with the angry reaction he got when he cast one of only eight votes in Congress against special funding for Israel’s Iron Dome rocket defense system during the recent Gaza war.

What is notable is how quickly the carrot followed the stick.

It was almost a textbook case of how the establishment pro-Israel lobby works its magic — and a story not yet completed in early September, when The New Yorker magazine took note of what had happened to O’Rourke... https://forward.com/news/israel/206542/h...rke-right/

Come on dude this thread isn’t about Israel.....
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Post: #40
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:34 PM)
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:30 PM)
Instead you got who can scarcely put a coherent tweet together.

What exactly does that have to do with this thread????

Are you attempting to derail this thread????

I thought D said derailing is an automatic ban in the new rules????

Jhikpghf
GTFO....


You opened the door with the Stephen King comparison.

I walked though it with another related example.


Don't start pissing and whining about thread derailing if you don't like the road your own arguments take you down.
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RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:53 PM)
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:34 PM)
What exactly does that have to do with this thread????

Are you attempting to derail this thread????

I thought D said derailing is an automatic ban in the new rules????

Jhikpghf
GTFO....


You opened the door with the Stephen King comparison.

I walked though it with another related example.


Don't start pissing and whining about thread derailing if you don't like the road your own arguments take you down.

Fair enough,

keep going.....

Jhikpghf
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Post: #42
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:37 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:33 PM)
I had some pretty awful thoughts when I was a teenager.

That's really common with boys.

Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....

A lot of teenagers go through the "angry young man" or "angry young woman" phase.

Thoughts trend towards the morbid and antisocial, so does clothing and hairstyle.

chuckle

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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Yuppers
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Post: #43
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (03-17-2019 10:00 PM)
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:37 PM)
Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....

A lot of teenagers go through the "angry young man" or "angry young woman" phase.

Thoughts trend towards the morbid and antisocial, so does clothing and hairstyle.

chuckle

But not something like that.... read the articles in the OP....
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Post: #44
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:50 PM)
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:37 PM)
Well thats why you think your microwave is talking to you...



Jhikpghf

I never did....


You're too old to remember, or maybe pickled the ol' brain too much?

Fiction is bad.

Killing 20 million people in illegal wars is good.

All of America's politicians are guilty of allowing war crimes, including the death of many children.. often blown to pieces.

But a piece of fiction written many years ago is bad!

Ihoohase


Indeed.

Some may claim O'Rourkes early writings make him an ideal politician with prescient foreign policy views.

chuckle
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NormalIsSubjective

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Post: #45
RE: Hmmm Beto has and interesting past....
Yuppers  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:50 PM)
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (03-17-2019 09:48 PM)
O'rourke's teenage creative writing should be less concerning than his present-day panderings:


Beto O’Rourke is anti-Trump and pro-Israel — should progressives support him?

Nada Elia, September 24, 2018


[Image: Beto-AIPAC.jpg]


[...]

Interestingly, O’Rourke showed the same directness when asked about Israel. In that he emphatically, unambiguously, and fully supports Israel. A friend of mine, Austin, TX-based Palestinian American activist Haithem El-Zabri, sent O’Rourke an email inquiring about his “views on the Israel/Palestine issue,” and received the following letter, which he shared with me:

“Thanks for reaching out. Beto is a proud advocate of Israel. He believes that Israel is critically important to the United States, because it is the home of the Jewish people, because it is an exemplary democracy that shares our values, and because it is a crucial contributor to our national security objectives in the region.

Beto has voted for and will continue to support foreign aid for Israel. He cosponsored and then voted for a resolution in the last Congress to encourage the Obama Administration to quickly finalize a robust and long-term Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israel. The resulting agreement will last 10 years and provide Israel $3.8 billion per year.

This Congress, Beto supported the Taylor Force Act, which prohibits certain foreign aid from being made available for the West Bank and Gaza unless the State Department certifies that the Palestinian Authority is taking steps to end acts of violence. In October, Beto cosponsored the Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act, and he has voted in favor of the same bill each of the last three Congresses. He co-sponsored the Iran Ballistic Missiles and International Sanctions Enforcement Act. He opposes efforts, economically and diplomatically, to boycott or delegitimize Israel. So long as he is an elected official, Beto vows to stand as an advocate of security and peace in Israel.

Best,

Amanda,
Team Beto

The letter is deeply disturbing, showing little understanding of the reality on the ground and could have been written by any rabid Zionist. Indeed, it may well have been written by an Israel lobbyist, who offered it to “Team Beto.” O’Rourke, like so many other Democrats, has been chastised then “prepped” by AIPAC after showing some slight hesitation over rushing unconditional financial aid to Israel during its 2014 assault on Gaza, following which he took the apparently requisite Zionist-lobby sponsored trip to Israel in 2015. Beto travelled to Israel on a J Street sponsored trip, and is a J Street endorsee. It is interesting indeed that many of the more liberal US candidates are buoyed by J Street rather than AIPAC, albeit with the same goal: military support for Israel, two-states, opposition to BDS. Washington state’s Pramila Jayapal is another J Street endorsee, who has also been on a J Street sponsored trip to Israel, following which she called on Palestinians to “show restraint” in their protests against the violation of their human rights, even as she refuses to endorse BDS, that most restrained form of protest. Today, the Zionist lobby in Texas is trumpeting that O’Rourke has “an outstanding record on Israel.” https://mondoweiss.net/2018/09/orourke-p...s-support/


How the Israel Lobby Set Beto O'Rourke Right

Nathan Guttman, October 2, 2014


It took only one wrong vote to teach a freshman Democrat from Texas how sensitive, and even wrathful, the Jewish community can be when it comes to Israel.

But the real story of what happened to Rep. Beto O’Rourke did not stop with the angry reaction he got when he cast one of only eight votes in Congress against special funding for Israel’s Iron Dome rocket defense system during the recent Gaza war.

What is notable is how quickly the carrot followed the stick.

It was almost a textbook case of how the establishment pro-Israel lobby works its magic — and a story not yet completed in early September, when The New Yorker magazine took note of what had happened to O’Rourke... https://forward.com/news/israel/206542/h...rke-right/

Come on dude this thread isn’t about Israel.....


He's now in a position to do far more damage to children with policies than with cars.
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