hal jones I'm calling you out

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Post  Old Mack on Thu Dec 01, 2011 2:20 pm

Someday people on the left are going to go so far left thier going to fall off the face of the Earth.

I wonder how Hal Jones feels about that !!!

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Re: hal jones I'm calling you out

Post  Mac Doobie on Fri Dec 02, 2011 3:35 am

Hi Mack, good to see you're still around.

I don't know about what Hal thinks, but maybe sometimes one can go so far left that they end up on a hard right.

It brings to mind them occupy wall street people. They was all protestin and sayin how everyone should help the poor and homeless. They was cookin up gourmet food for themselves. But then when the homeless wanted some of the gourmet food they got all mad and stingy cause it wasn't fair for those workin so hard on protestin cause them poor and homeless were lazy and won't doin no protestin, they was just hungry and wanted some free food for nuthin. So instead of giving them poor lazy bums some of their gourmet food, they offered them a fair share, which was a peanut butter sammich. I reckon their left mentality became what one might consider a hard line right mentalitity when it came down to what they call a fair share.

Anyway, I guess it was okay for them OWS people to use the poor homeless as what they call one them pawns in the game, but when it came down to sharing the lavish riches(gourmet food), I reckon they felt it was better to keep them poor and hungry to serve better the cause of helping the poor and hungry. I know, it doesn't make sense, except to the left! It's a dirty little game they play, the left.

I don't know if you want the real Hal Jones to comment or that other fake Hal Jones, but if you sweatn the deal with one of them peanut butter sammichs you never know you might get a response from one of them.

Here's a OWS homeless person for you





ps Maybe that guy's sign should read "Stiff Arm the Homeless, when they reach for your gourmet bagels and sticky buns."

Peace and God bless, Mack. Here's a Al Gore just for you.


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Re: hal jones I'm calling you out

Post  Old Mack on Sat Dec 03, 2011 5:43 pm

Thanks for the Al Gore...I can always use one !

We are not 'The 99 Percent' by Susan Stamper Brown

As I write, the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement‘s popularity is dropping just about as rapidly as the movement’s masses are being kicked out of the places across the country they’ve all but destroyed. What was originally painted as an innocent expression of freedom of speech quickly morphed into a violent temper-tantrum against all forms of normal society generally, and banks and financial institutions specifically.

Unlike the Tea Party movement, which is largely responsible for changing the nature of the debate in Washington (and in 2010, changing the face of Congress), OWS will most likely have zero impact on the political process, due to lack of substance and provocative style.

For a short season, the silent majority caught liberals by surprise when they rose to the occasion and publicly expressed their views against Obamacare and other far-Left policies. They learned in short order that protests alone were useless having fallen on the deaf ears of a Democratic Party-controlled Washington. Henceforward, Tea Partiers became involved in the political process. While there are whispers around Washington suggesting the Tea Party has seemingly lost its punch, it would be wise to remember who controlled the debt ceiling debate a few months back.

I genuinely feel sorry for so many of the OWS protestors who still haven’t a clue that they were played like pawns on a grand liberal chessboard by those who care little about financial inequality. Liberals are quick to come alongside protestors and claim solidarity, but fail to mention they are responsible for much of the mess the protestors are marching against. It’s all about political power and naive, disenfranchised youth, brainwashed by college professors, bought into the whole “99 percent” marketing ploy.

The OWS movement was painted to portray protestors as representative of “the 99 percent” of Americans, but, evidently the paint was not permanent. After untold reports of public nudity, orgies and masturbating, personal property defecation, drug overdoses, robberies and rapes, Americans have discovered, with immense relief and much thanksgiving that these occupiers are not at all like the rest of us.

I can only imagine the protestors originally wanted to create some sort of “American Spring” where CEOs and Wall Street Bankers across the country turned in their resignation under duress and gave in to the protestor’s demands. Then what? Are the same dredlocked do-gooders going to hold a shareholder’s meeting to discuss the way ahead? Not likely. Likewise, during the Arab Spring protests, protestors fought for change, but when it arrived they didn’t have a clue what to do with it. As I’ve watched the coverage of the Occupy protests, I have tried to gleam some sort of common thread binding them all together, and all I can come up with is anger. But to what end? Anger without purpose is dangerous.

Democrat leaders seemed to hope the OWS movement would sweep across the country and not fizzle out as it has. What they fail to understand is protests absent a purpose, don’t accomplish anything. There’s no lasting energy. The Civil Rights movement had a singular focus which captivated the nation, and as a result, the movement affected a change in national policy. Similarly, the Tea Party movement succeeded in changing the political focus in the country to fiscal responsibility and smaller government. The Occupy movement has only succeeded to annoy and disrupt the lives of innocent people who happen to make a living in the vicinity of the Occupy parks, and expose the underbelly of the Left as to who they really are agitators.



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Re: hal jones I'm calling you out

Post  Old Mack on Tue Dec 13, 2011 4:57 pm

I'm getting Hal Jones a new keyboard for Christmas...anybody wanta chip in ?

It's not that I need the $$$...I just want to give you the chance to get your name on his Christmas card.

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Re: hal jones I'm calling you out

Post  Guest on Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:23 pm

Alright but make sure the keyboard has the unban key in it...

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Re: hal jones I'm calling you out

Post  Guest on Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:36 pm

Here's a Christmas short story just for Hal:



The soundtrack:






"Hal... don't stay in the dark. It's Christmas... come and light the lady a cigarette"





... but Hal didn't know it was just A CHRISTMAS TRAP


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