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  1. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    I was referencing about 30 other posts you have made recently... bush this, bush that, did you have the disdain when bush was in office.

    Adams
    Actually I have never been a fan of Bush, and btw, 30 is a tad overexaggerated.

    Needless to say, (and this is something I have stated here numerous times) that I still do not believe it is fair to judge Bush just yet. IMO it is only fair after 10-15 years after they leave office. Additionally, judging Obama now is silly and fruitless, as he is coming in hopefully with the best intentions to improve upon a horrible mess that for a variety of reasons and causes he inherited.
    Mr. Supps Board Rep


  2. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Actually I have never been a fan of Bush, and btw, 30 is a tad overexaggerated.

    Needless to say, (and this is something I have stated here numerous times) that I still do not believe it is fair to judge Bush just yet. IMO it is only fair after 10-15 years after they leave office. Additionally, judging Obama now is silly and fruitless, as he is coming in hopefully with the best intentions to improve upon a horrible mess that for a variety of reasons and causes he inherited.
    But you can judge someone by their actions NOW... sucking up to the Jihadist protecting nations... ****ty idea... apologizing for "American Arrogance" worse idea.

    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Actually I have never been a fan of Bush, and btw, 30 is a tad overexaggerated.

    Needless to say, (and this is something I have stated here numerous times) that I still do not believe it is fair to judge Bush just yet. IMO it is only fair after 10-15 years after they leave office. Additionally, judging Obama now is silly and fruitless, as he is coming in hopefully with the best intentions to improve upon a horrible mess that for a variety of reasons and causes he inherited.
    I say judge now, judge later. Opinions can change easy enough. It's hard to say you shouldn't judge a president just because they've only been in office for a short while. History will always be a better judge, but that doesn't mean we can't have our say right this minute...

  4. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Actually I have never been a fan of Bush. ...
    That just don't even sound right fella.
    (sorry, bad joke)

    Seriously though, while your criticism of the former president is a little distasteful, at least your optimism of the new one is commendable. Nevertheless, dig a little deeper. It sounds like you're just unaware.

  5. Did anyone catch his speech in Cairo this morning?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    That just don't even sound right fella.
    (sorry, bad joke)

    Seriously though, while your criticism of the former president is a little distasteful, at least your optimism of the new one is commendable. Nevertheless, dig a little deeper. It sounds like you're just unaware.
    unaware no? optimistic, not really. In reality, we need to give the guy a chance. Thats the bottom line of it. We gave 8 previous years to a bad-mediocre president, and the previous 8 to another mediocre president. So, now we are in a bind, and we are stuck with this guy, and have to make the best of it
    Mr. Supps Board Rep

  7. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    unaware no? optimistic, not really. In reality, we need to give the guy a chance. Thats the bottom line of it. We gave 8 previous years to a bad-mediocre president, and the previous 8 to another mediocre president. So, now we are in a bind, and we are stuck with this guy, and have to make the best of it
    or we have to make sure that he only screws us for 4 years.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    unaware no? ...
    Are the depth of partisan precepts so strong in men, that they no longer recognize the superior universal truths that they BOTH live and die by?

    Why do people prefer to play these political games that polarize one from the other, rather than agree on the mutual points that would unite them?

    Has it honestly never occurred to anyone, how dangerously delusional it is NOT to consider reality, before they go off on their dogmatic rants?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    or we have to make sure that he only screws us for 4 years.
    totally. that is the beauty of it. If he does poorly, than hopefully he will be gone
    Mr. Supps Board Rep

  10. Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    Are the depth of partisan precepts so strong in men, that they no longer recognize the superior universal truths that they BOTH live and die by?

    Why do people prefer to play these political games that polarize one from the other, rather than agree on the mutual points that would unite them?

    Has it honestly never occurred to anyone, how dangerously delusional it is NOT to consider reality, before they go off on their dogmatic rants?
    the nature of man does not allow unity in essence, it is more a lean towards disagreement and destruction
    Mr. Supps Board Rep

  11. AE,

    This is quite off topic, but did you happen to catch Obama's speech in Cairo yesterday? Being a history teacher, I wanted to hear what you had to say when Obama was crediting the Muslim world with so many scientific achievements. After looking into it some, I can't help but think that almost each and every one was a flat out lie.

    The compass? Arches and spirals?...there was one on some type of medicine...It's funny because Obama is such a great orator, and even to me when he speaks it sounds great, but then I go back and listen...and listen...and read the transcripts...and the majority is usually all rubbish.

    Oh, and his comparison of the holocaust to Palestinian's search for land...WTF? - I'm getting really sick of the phrase "...but on the other hand..."

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    AE,

    This is quite off topic, but did you happen to catch Obama's speech in Cairo yesterday? Being a history teacher, I wanted to hear what you had to say when Obama was crediting the Muslim world with so many scientific achievements. After looking into it some, I can't help but think that almost each and every one was a flat out lie.

    The compass? Arches and spirals?...there was one on some type of medicine...It's funny because Obama is such a great orator, and even to me when he speaks it sounds great, but then I go back and listen...and listen...and read the transcripts...and the majority is usually all rubbish.

    Oh, and his comparison of the holocaust to Palestinian's search for land...WTF? - I'm getting really sick of the phrase "...but on the other hand..."
    You mean comparing the Palestinians to the American Black man? That speech?
    The Historic PES Legend

  13. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    You mean comparing the Palestinians to the American Black man? That speech?
    Did he do that? I was probably too enraged about his comparison with the Holocaust to hear that.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    Did he do that? I was probably too enraged about his comparison with the Holocaust to hear that.
    Yeah, correlating them to the "Illegitimate" occupation of isreal.

    Going to be pissing off one of our allies to no end, to appease a few.

    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend

  15. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    Yeah, correlating them to the "Illegitimate" occupation of isreal.

    Going to be pissing off one of our allies to no end, to appease a few.

    Adams
    see the amazing thing is that somehow it seems that the moronic majority of people only hear the parts they want to hear. I mean thats how he got elected after all. So when he meets with Israelis, he'll tell a different story, and somehow nobody will notice. Its sad really

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    AE,

    This is quite off topic, but did you happen to catch Obama's speech in Cairo yesterday? Being a history teacher, I wanted to hear what you had to say when Obama was crediting the Muslim world with so many scientific achievements. After looking into it some, I can't help but think that almost each and every one was a flat out lie.

    The compass? Arches and spirals?...there was one on some type of medicine...It's funny because Obama is such a great orator, and even to me when he speaks it sounds great, but then I go back and listen...and listen...and read the transcripts...and the majority is usually all rubbish.

    Oh, and his comparison of the holocaust to Palestinian's search for land...WTF? - I'm getting really sick of the phrase "...but on the other hand..."
    Actually the Muslim world was the beginning of some great achievements. Some of which were involved in education, math and science (astronomy being a focus) etc... In terms of arches that is nonsensical, classical Rome was a major force in using a variety of arches in their architecture.

    I did not see the whole thing, and missed the part you mentioned at the end. That is a sad comparison to make.
    Mr. Supps Board Rep

  17. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Actually the Muslim world was the beginning of some great achievements. Some of which were involved in education, math and science (astronomy being a focus) etc... In terms of arches that is nonsensical, classical Rome was a major force in using a variety of arches in their architecture.

    I did not see the whole thing, and missed the part you mentioned at the end. That is a sad comparison to make.
    He accredited Algebra to the Muslims. Doesn't Algebra trace back to the Babylonians? I know they weren't Muslims.

    The compass I believe traces back to native South Americans.

    I'm not doubting that they've achieved certain things, just not everything Obama said.

  18. Algebra itself is much earlier, however there we advancements made during the Muslim golden age in mathematics. He is overexaggerating.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    Algebra itself is much earlier, however there we advancements made during the Muslim golden age in mathematics. He is overexaggerating.
    Muhammed Mathematics: Lesson 1

    Word Problem


    A man comes home to discover his wife and three daughters in an orgy with the mans brother. Upset, the man beheads his wife, disowns two of the daughters, and sells the other...how many women does this man now live with?


    I kid. I kid.
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