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Date: 07 Jan 2009 12:55:46
From: Wayne
Subject: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3652495,00.html




 
Date: 09 Jan 2009 14:55:35
From:
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

On 9-Jan-2009, Carbon <nobrac@nospam.tampabay.rr.com > wrote:

> > Don't you know it's EVIL John? At least the got the spectrum right:
> > indiviualists on one side, anarchists being extreme right and statists
> > on the left including all forms of socialism: democratic, fascist,
> > communist.
>
> Fascism is a form of socialism?

National Socialism to be exact. Mussolini was the leader of the Italian
Socialist Party from 1912-1914. He broke with the Russians on the
internationalist pretentions of Bolshievism. Also NAZI is an acronymn for
National Socialist German Workers' Party. Hilter's feud with German
communists was basically a mafia turf war.


 
Date: 09 Jan 2009 06:24:50
From: Carbon
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Thu, 08 Jan 2009 19:25:53 +0000, assimilate wrote:

> Don't you know it's EVIL John? At least the got the spectrum right:
> indiviualists on one side, anarchists being extreme right and statists
> on the left including all forms of socialism: democratic, fascist,
> communist.

Fascism is a form of socialism?


 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 23:43:50
From: Fan
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Jan 8, 1:26=A0am, Bobby Knight <bkni...@conramp.net > wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Jan 2009 00:06:43 GMT, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
>
> >On =A07-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>
> >> He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>
> >It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they do =
is
> >report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have many of the
> >libertarian pursuasion working there too and occasionally feature articl=
es
> >by lefties.
>
> >bill-o
>
> True. =A0They sure can't be considered a think tank by hiring a tax
> evading plumber as a correspondent. =A0:-)

He may be tax avading but he is no plumber :-)


 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 17:00:03
From: andrew.reys@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Jan 7, 4:06 pm, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>
> > He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>
> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they do is
> report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have many of the
> libertarian pursuasion working there too

Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
governments and completely laissez-faire economics.


  
Date: 08 Jan 2009 12:20:32
From: John Reddy
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
In article
<a9cbeefc-43bd-41d6-8f4d-440e369fd0cf@r27g2000vbp.googlegroups.com >,
"andrew.reys@gmail.com" <andrew.reys@gmail.com > wrote:

> Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
> who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
> governments and completely laissez-faire economics.

You say that like it's a bad thing.


   
Date: 08 Jan 2009 19:25:53
From:
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

On 8-Jan-2009, John Reddy <johnreddy@contbuilding.com > wrote:

> > Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
> > who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
> > governments and completely laissez-faire economics.
>
> You say that like it's a bad thing.

Don't you know it's EVIL John? At least the got the spectrum right:
indiviualists on one side, anarchists being extreme right and statists on
the left including all forms of socialism: democratic, fascist, communist.

bill-o


  
Date: 07 Jan 2009 23:22:11
From: Kommienezuspadt
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

<andrew.reys@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:a9cbeefc-43bd-41d6-8f4d-440e369fd0cf@r27g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> On Jan 7, 4:06 pm, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
>> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>>
>> > He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>>
>> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they do
>> is
>> report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have many of the
>> libertarian pursuasion working there too
>
> Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
> who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
> governments and completely laissez-faire economics.

I couldn't even think of good reply to bill-o's trying to equate
Libertarians with anything besides the fringes of the right...

well done.




  
Date: 07 Jan 2009 20:00:49
From: z
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
"andrew.reys@gmail.com" <andrew.reys@gmail.com > wrote in
news:a9cbeefc-43bd-41d6-8f4d-440e369fd0cf@r27g2000vbp.googlegroups.com:

> On Jan 7, 4:06 pm, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
>> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>>
>> > He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>>
>> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they
>> do is report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have
>> many of the libertarian pursuasion working there too
>
> Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
> who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
> governments and completely laissez-faire economics.

Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government interference.
They also don't want the govt telling people they can't smoke a joint or
get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq and yeah they are for
smaller government. But they actually mean it -- unlike the Republicans
who just pretend to be against big government all the while growing it like
a mofo.


   
Date: 07 Jan 2009 23:23:55
From: Kommienezuspadt
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

"z" <z@yada.yada.com > wrote in message
news:Xns9B8CB73D6DA54zyadayadayada@216.196.97.131...
> "andrew.reys@gmail.com" <andrew.reys@gmail.com> wrote in
> news:a9cbeefc-43bd-41d6-8f4d-440e369fd0cf@r27g2000vbp.googlegroups.com:
>
>> On Jan 7, 4:06 pm, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
>>> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>>>
>>> > He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>>>
>>> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they
>>> do is report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have
>>> many of the libertarian pursuasion working there too
>>
>> Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
>> who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
>> governments and completely laissez-faire economics.
>
> Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government interference.
> They also don't want the govt telling people they can't smoke a joint or
> get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq and yeah they are for
> smaller government. But they actually mean it -- unlike the Republicans
> who just pretend to be against big government all the while growing it
> like
> a mofo.

They are -- at least the ones I know -- about freedom from health care --
infrastructure -- & many other things that I believe 90+% of the world
wants...




    
Date: 08 Jan 2009 08:29:09
From:
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net > wrote:

> > Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government interference.
> > They also don't want the govt telling people they can't smoke a joint or
> > get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq and yeah they are
> > for
> > smaller government. But they actually mean it -- unlike the Republicans
> > who just pretend to be against big government all the while growing it
> > like
> > a mofo.
>
> They are -- at least the ones I know -- about freedom from health care --
>
> infrastructure -- & many other things that I believe 90+% of the world
> wants...

Here's a good definition, from the world's smallest political quiz that BK
posted:


LIBERTARIANS support maximum liberty in both personal and
economic matters. They advocate a much smaller government; one
that is limited to protecting individuals from coercion and violence.
Libertarians tend to embrace individual responsibility, oppose
government bureaucracy and taxes, promote private charity, tolerate
diverse lifestyles, support the free market, and defend civil liberties.

As for infrastructure, I'm not against it, I would like to see it removed
from the hands of the Feds, except the Interstate Highway System. As for
"health care," it is a service not a right and should be subject to free
market competition not the subject of another welfare program. A recent
study by the Center for Policy Analysis concludes that where competition has
be allowed to reign costs go down and access goes up.

http://tinyurl.com/94zmk7

bill-o


     
Date: 08 Jan 2009 07:21:32
From: Kommienezuspadt
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

<assimilate@borg.org > wrote in message
news:4965b953$0$31167$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com...
>
> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>
>> > Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government interference.
>> > They also don't want the govt telling people they can't smoke a joint
>> > or
>> > get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq and yeah they are
>> > for
>> > smaller government. But they actually mean it -- unlike the
>> > Republicans
>> > who just pretend to be against big government all the while growing it
>> > like
>> > a mofo.
>>
>> They are -- at least the ones I know -- about freedom from health care --
>>
>> infrastructure -- & many other things that I believe 90+% of the world
>> wants...
>
> Here's a good definition, from the world's smallest political quiz that BK
> posted:
>
>
> LIBERTARIANS support maximum liberty in both personal and
> economic matters. They advocate a much smaller government; one
> that is limited to protecting individuals from coercion and violence.
> Libertarians tend to embrace individual responsibility, oppose
> government bureaucracy and taxes, promote private charity, tolerate
> diverse lifestyles, support the free market, and defend civil liberties.
>
> As for infrastructure, I'm not against it, I would like to see it removed
> from the hands of the Feds, except the Interstate Highway System. As for
> "health care," it is a service not a right and should be subject to free
> market competition not the subject of another welfare program. A recent
> study by the Center for Policy Analysis concludes that where competition
> has
> be allowed to reign costs go down and access goes up.
>
> http://tinyurl.com/94zmk7
>
> bill-o

Center for Policy Analysis --

right wing think tank.

Major funding -- the Scaifes

Founding Members --
a.. Wayne Calloway, President and CEO of Frito-Lay
b.. Jere Thompson, President and CEO of the Southland Corporation
c.. Robert Dedman, President and CEO of ClubCorp
d.. Russell Perry, President and CEO of Republic Financial Services
e.. Sir Antony Fisher, President and CEO of the Atlas Economic Research
Foundation
Board Members --
a.. Pete du Pont, Former Governor of Delaware
b.. John C. Goodman, President, NCPA
c.. W. Mike Baggett, Chairman & CEO, Winstead Sechrest & Minick PC
d.. Don A. Buchholz, Chairman of the Board, SWS Group, Inc.
e.. William J. Gedwed, President and CEO, HealthMarkets®
f.. Harlan Crow, Chairman, Crow Holdings
g.. John Victor Lattimore, Jr., President and Chairman of the Board,
Lattimore Properties, Inc.
h.. Fred Meyer, Investments
i.. Henry J. Bud Smith, Chairman Bud Smith Organization
j.. James Cleo Thompson, Jr., Chairman of the Board, Thompson Petroleum
Corporation
k.. Jere W. Thompson, President, The Williamsburg Corporation
l.. Michael L. Whalen, President & CEO, Heart of America Restaurants &
Inns
m.. Raymond E. Wooldridge, Private Investor
n.. Robert J. Wright, President, TWG, Inc.
From wiki ---
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is an American non-profit
conservative think tank. NCPA states that its goal is to develop and promote
private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems
by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private
sector. Topics include reforms in health care, taxes, Social Security,
welfare, education and environmental regulation.

The NCPA was founded by its current president, John C. Goodman, in 1983. Its
first offices were at the University of Dallas. It now has a Dallas office
and a Washington, D.C. office. Its revenue in 2006 was $5.1 million.[1] The
NCPA website says that 62% of its income comes from foundations, 21% from
corporations, and 17% from individuals. Its foundation sponsors include the
Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the Earhart
Foundation and the Armstrong Foundation.

In 2007, the NCPA compiled a point-by-point rebuttal to Michael Moore's film
Sicko. [2]

The NCPA received media attention recently for its promotion of encouraging
automatic enrollment into companies' 401(k) plans. NCPA President John
Goodman also recently partnered with Wall Street Journal editorial writer
Kim Strassel to author a book, Leaving Women Behind: Modern Families,
Outdated Laws (ISBN 0742545458).

NCPA was a member organization of the Cooler Heads Coalition, which
described itself as "an alliance of some two dozen non-profit public policy
groups concerned about the implications of the Kyoto Protocol for
consumers," and which was generally skeptical of the anthroprogenic global
warming theory [3]. NCPA has also recently (as of January, 2007) undertaken
to debunk claims of Peak Oil.

[edit] Funding
The NCPA web site states that it "receives 70% of its funding from
foundations, 20% from corporations, and 10% from individuals." According to
Greenpeace it has received roughly $400,000 from ExxonMobil over the last 10
years.[4] Expenditures in 2001 were $5.2 million.


[edit] Characterization by others
The NCPA has been characterized as a "right wing think tank" by
organizations such as People for the American Way, which noted that NCPA
funding has come from foundations with a conservative orientation: Bradley,
Scaife, Koch, John M. Olin Foundation, Earhart Foundation, Castle Rock, and
JM Foundation. [5]




      
Date: 08 Jan 2009 19:04:13
From:
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

On 8-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net > wrote:

> Center for Policy Analysis --
>
> right wing think tank.

Attack the messenger = you got nothing


       
Date: 08 Jan 2009 18:28:14
From: Kommienezuspadt
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

<assimilate@borg.org > wrote in message
news:49664e2b$0$31197$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com...
>
> On 8-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>
>> Center for Policy Analysis --
>>
>> right wing think tank.
>
> Attack the messenger = you got nothing

===

I post -- you duck the points made --- typical




     
Date: 08 Jan 2009 12:19:44
From: John Reddy
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
In article <4965b953$0$31167$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com >,
assimilate@borg.org wrote:

> As for infrastructure, I'm not against it, I would like to see it removed
> from the hands of the Feds, except the Interstate Highway System. As for
> "health care," it is a service not a right and should be subject to free
> market competition not the subject of another welfare program. A recent
> study by the Center for Policy Analysis concludes that where competition has
> be allowed to reign costs go down and access goes up.

Agreed except that the feds would also need to run aviation, railroads
and waterways (Corps of Engineers) in order to maintain a viable system.

I would think a model Libertarian government would maintain
infrastructure as noted above, have a police agency (FBI), a military
force, border protection and immigration control, and a court system.
Everything else is superfluous.

Would our civilization collapse without the Departments of Commerce,
Labor, Health and Human Services, Interior, and a gazillion other
agencies which do little more than waste time and money?


      
Date: 08 Jan 2009 19:03:00
From:
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

On 8-Jan-2009, John Reddy <johnreddy@contbuilding.com > wrote:

> Would our civilization collapse without the Departments of Commerce,
> Labor, Health and Human Services, Interior, and a gazillion other
> agencies which do little more than waste time and money?

Don't forget the Grandaddy of them all (or youngest son?) the Dept of ED,
the only dept that has seen a steady decline in what it overseas since its
inception!

bill-o


    
Date: 07 Jan 2009 23:13:51
From: z
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
"Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net > wrote in
news:49657fdf$0$31171$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com:

>
> "z" <z@yada.yada.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns9B8CB73D6DA54zyadayadayada@216.196.97.131...
>> "andrew.reys@gmail.com" <andrew.reys@gmail.com> wrote in
>> news:a9cbeefc-43bd-41d6-8f4d-440e369fd0cf@r27g2000vbp.googlegroups.com
>> :
>>
>>> On Jan 7, 4:06 pm, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
>>>> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> > He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank
>>>> > group.
>>>>
>>>> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all
>>>> they do is report and comment. They are not right wing only, they
>>>> have many of the libertarian pursuasion working there too
>>>
>>> Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
>>> who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
>>> governments and completely laissez-faire economics.
>>
>> Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government
>> interference. They also don't want the govt telling people they can't
>> smoke a joint or get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq
>> and yeah they are for smaller government. But they actually mean it
>> -- unlike the Republicans who just pretend to be against big
>> government all the while growing it like
>> a mofo.
>
> They are -- at least the ones I know -- about freedom from health care
> -- infrastructure -- & many other things that I believe 90+% of the
> world wants...

Yeah they are also against public education and paving roads. But
they're damn consistent -- unlike the demos and the republicans. The
democrats didn't even oppose torture and the Iraq war -- and the
Republicans grew government and increased spending on medicare

When the Libertarians say less government they're serious -- accross the
board reductions of govt power and influence -- even *gasp* the military
and police!


     
Date: 09 Jan 2009 22:05:33
From: Jim Lovejoy
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
z <z@yada.yada.com > wrote in
news:Xns9B8CD7F6278B9zyadayadayada@216.196.97.131:

> "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net> wrote in
> news:49657fdf$0$31171$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com:
>
>>
>> "z" <z@yada.yada.com> wrote in message
>> news:Xns9B8CB73D6DA54zyadayadayada@216.196.97.131...
>>> "andrew.reys@gmail.com" <andrew.reys@gmail.com> wrote in
>>> news:a9cbeefc-43bd-41d6-8f4d-440e369fd0cf@r27g2000vbp.googlegroups.com
>>> :
>>>
>>>> On Jan 7, 4:06 pm, assimil...@borg.org wrote:
>>>>> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoS...@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> > He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank
>>>>> > group.
>>>>>
>>>>> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all
>>>>> they do is report and comment. They are not right wing only, they
>>>>> have many of the libertarian pursuasion working there too
>>>>
>>>> Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
>>>> who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
>>>> governments and completely laissez-faire economics.
>>>
>>> Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government
>>> interference. They also don't want the govt telling people they can't
>>> smoke a joint or get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq
>>> and yeah they are for smaller government. But they actually mean it
>>> -- unlike the Republicans who just pretend to be against big
>>> government all the while growing it like
>>> a mofo.
>>
>> They are -- at least the ones I know -- about freedom from health care
>> -- infrastructure -- & many other things that I believe 90+% of the
>> world wants...
>
> Yeah they are also against public education and paving roads. But
> they're damn consistent --

But to me, consistently wrong is not a recommendation.

> unlike the demos and the republicans. The
> democrats didn't even oppose torture and the Iraq war -- and the
> Republicans grew government and increased spending on medicare
>
> When the Libertarians say less government they're serious -- accross the
> board reductions of govt power and influence -- even *gasp* the military
> and police!



     
Date: 08 Jan 2009 05:48:38
From: Howard Brazee
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Wed, 07 Jan 2009 23:13:51 -0600, z <z@yada.yada.com > wrote:

>Yeah they are also against public education and paving roads. But
>they're damn consistent -- unlike the demos and the republicans. The
>democrats didn't even oppose torture and the Iraq war -- and the
>Republicans grew government and increased spending on medicare

It's easy to be consistent in these ideals - when they are out of
power.

--
"In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found,
than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace
to the legislature, and not to the executive department."

- James Madison


    
Date: 08 Jan 2009 04:42:08
From: Stapler
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
"Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net > wrote in message
news:49657fdf$0$31171$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com...
> They are -- at least the ones I know -- about freedom from health care --
> infrastructure -- & many other things that I believe 90+% of the world
> wants...
>


The world can suck my ass.



   
Date: 07 Jan 2009 19:35:29
From: Howard Brazee
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Wed, 07 Jan 2009 20:00:49 -0600, z <z@yada.yada.com > wrote:

>Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government interference.
>They also don't want the govt telling people they can't smoke a joint or
>get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq and yeah they are for
>smaller government. But they actually mean it -- unlike the Republicans
>who just pretend to be against big government all the while growing it like
>a mofo.

I agree with them - but suspect that if they ever gained significant
power, they would be corrupted by it - just like everybody else.

--
"In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found,
than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace
to the legislature, and not to the executive department."

- James Madison


    
Date: 07 Jan 2009 20:59:33
From: z
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
Howard Brazee <howard@brazee.net > wrote in
news:7ipam41il0kcniqvml543vpbj6k5oq384i@4ax.com:

> On Wed, 07 Jan 2009 20:00:49 -0600, z <z@yada.yada.com> wrote:
>
>>Libertarians are about freedom. freedom from government interference.
>> They also don't want the govt telling people they can't smoke a joint
>>or get an abortion. They were against the war in Iraq and yeah they
>>are for smaller government. But they actually mean it -- unlike the
>>Republicans who just pretend to be against big government all the
>>while growing it like a mofo.
>
> I agree with them - but suspect that if they ever gained significant
> power, they would be corrupted by it - just like everybody else.
>

Well I think we're all safe from a Libertarian congress and president
anytime soon!


  
Date: 07 Jan 2009 18:14:28
From: Howard Brazee
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Wed, 7 Jan 2009 17:00:03 -0800 (PST), "andrew.reys@gmail.com"
<andrew.reys@gmail.com > wrote:

>Libertarianism is extremely right wing, genius. These are the people
>who want to "return" to (as if there ever was such a thing) tiny
>governments and completely laissez-faire economics.

That's not what I see when I look towards today's right.

But then, despite the rhetoric, I see very little difference between
GWB & BHO in philosophy. Maybe Obama will be less interested in
overstepping Constitutional authority, that remains to be seen.

--
"In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found,
than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace
to the legislature, and not to the executive department."

- James Madison


 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 17:38:34
From: Kommienezuspadt
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

"Wayne" <waynetv50@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:8f9c2abc-86ad-45c8-af52-6824cd66ace2@p2g2000prn.googlegroups.com...
> http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3652495,00.html

He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.

I think most 16 year old have more sense than that group...




  
Date: 08 Jan 2009 00:06:43
From:
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net > wrote:

> He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.

It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they do is
report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have many of the
libertarian pursuasion working there too and occasionally feature articles
by lefties.


bill-o


   
Date: 07 Jan 2009 23:20:42
From: Kommienezuspadt
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op

<assimilate@borg.org > wrote in message
news:49654392$0$31184$882e0bbb@news.ThunderNews.com...
>
> On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>
>> He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>
> It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they do is
> report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have many of the
> libertarian pursuasion working there too and occasionally feature articles
> by lefties.
>
>
> bill-o

Well they like to think they have assembled a group of smart thinkers -- &
yes I have listened to them on POTUS enough to make me sick.

As for the rest --- you say tomato & I say that are non-thinkers...




   
Date: 08 Jan 2009 00:26:13
From: Bobby Knight
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Thu, 8 Jan 2009 00:06:43 GMT, assimilate@borg.org wrote:

>
>On 7-Jan-2009, "Kommienezuspadt" <NoSpam@NoThanks.net> wrote:
>
>> He's going for Pajamas Media -- a right wing non-think tank group.
>
>It's not a think tank Putz, it is a new media organization, all they do is
>report and comment. They are not right wing only, they have many of the
>libertarian pursuasion working there too and occasionally feature articles
>by lefties.
>
>
>bill-o

True. They sure can't be considered a think tank by hiring a tax
evading plumber as a correspondent. :-)

BK


 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 16:35:06
From: Neverchop
Subject: Re: WAYNE THE PATHETIC NAZI GRASPS AT STRAWS

"Wayne" <waynetv50@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:8f9c2abc-86ad-45c8-af52-6824cd66ace2@p2g2000prn.googlegroups.com...
> http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3652495,00.html




 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 14:21:55
From: bushlyed
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Jan 7, 3:33=A0pm, Sao Paulo Swallow <Sao_Paulo_Swal...@yahoo.com >
wrote:
> On Jan 7, 12:55=A0pm, Wayne <waynet...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> >http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3652495,00.html
>
> This is wrong in every way.

I think it is hilarious

And we will see just how incompetent and stupid he is

To repeat bushie: "Bring it on"


 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 13:33:33
From: Sao Paulo Swallow
Subject: Re: Joe the Plumber to cover Gaza op
On Jan 7, 12:55=A0pm, Wayne <waynet...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3652495,00.html

This is wrong in every way.