S33 wrote: nebport5 wrote:
you "live" in a very different world than* I do. There's nothing compelling or logical above worth responding to. I stand by my original comments (albeit to an enlighten audience). cheers!
Re-read your last comment if you want to see illogical, incorherent, and hypocritical. You got really mad about this. lol
In fact, maybe you don't give enough credit to those who actually vote for individuals rather than blindly follow party.
No. Not all conservatives are narrow minded caustic vindictive emotionally juvenile power hungry maniacs...
Exibit A. too funny...
Clearly you have no
idea what I was saying. I merely refuted your tenuous rhetoric, there was no anger. Rather, I was hopeful for a spirited, yet intelligent debate. However, the way you free associate unrelated things to support your pre-conceived notions relieves me of further interest. You see a world very different than I do, clearly. Thus, agree to disagree.
If you want to have a "spirited, yet intelligent" debate, then please, respond with something less abrasive and with something of coherent substance. I'm not that hard of a guy to get along with.
I guess I was confused that you would respond to a half-assed one-liner like I wrote - simply in response to the obvious hatred for Stothert's conservative ways.
Anyway, maybe next time. Have a great weekend.[/quote]
Granted one's tone and intent can often be misconstrued on these boards...However, our fundamental impasse is I hate Stothert for all the adjectives listed above, not because she's conservative. Â You don't accept this possibility. Â Therefore, any debate ends there. Â But again, I would've voted for Daub back in the day had I lived here at the time. Â My impressions of Stothert were formed by the words coming out of her mouth since her time on the city council. Â I heard many of folk, including other conservatives, use many of the same adjectives to describe her.
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