More pointless drivel from MNHQ

#1
redgrain said:
I guess Catholic baiting is considered all right in the US.
Is that you again Kev, you IRA supporting cunt? Most of your posts have a somewhat "over the water" flavour to them.
 
#2
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
Wanker.
 
#3
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
Wanker.
Now, that was a logical arguement. :roll: Do you support Hagee? Do you even know who he is?
 
#4
redgrain said:
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
Wanker.
Now, that was a logical arguement. :roll: Do youI'd support Hagee? Do you even know who he is?
I'd rather have you kiss my shitter.
 
#5
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
I believe that my arguments before my closing were rational, and as usual you didn't refute them seeing you are hung up on trying to find the answers. I love Obama, he is breaking ground running as the "First Black Racist" in the USA and having been endorsed by a man that achieved the highest rank in the KKK (Sen Byrd) I am all in...I have said on numerous occassions Obama-Rama is my choice...I want the nigger in the White House, and not waiting tables but running the show.
 
#6
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
Wanker.
Now, that was a logical arguement. :roll: Do youI'd support Hagee? Do you even know who he is?
I'd rather have you kiss my shitter.
That offer I will have to decline. :wink:
 
#7
redgrain said:
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
Wanker.
Now, that was a logical arguement. :roll: Do youI'd support Hagee? Do you even know who he is?
I'd rather have you kiss my shitter.
That offer I will have to decline. :wink:
Kev, you are boring.
 
#8
ctauch said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
I believe that my arguments before my closing were rational, and as usual you didn't refute them seeing you are hung up on trying to find the answers. I love Obama, he is breaking ground running as the "First Black Racist" in the USA and having been endorsed by a man that achieved the highest rank in the KKK (Sen Byrd) I am all in...I have said on numerous occassions Obama-Rama is my choice...I want the nigger in the White House, and not waiting tables but running the show.
What Obama thought about Rev. Wright in his heart we may never know. As he said, we all may hear things we disagree about with from our own spiritual leaders. It may be, as he said, he did not hear the worst of the Rev.'s comments, or it may be the comments were taken out of context - but Obama did reject the statements strongly when faced with them. You could say the same of McCain - except that in his case he used Hagee to win evangelical support.

Why do you call Obama a racist? Because he belonged to an all black church? And, fine you are voting for him, but why demean him by calling him names? It serves no purpose.
 
#9
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
The_Snail said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
Wanker.
Now, that was a logical arguement. :roll: Do youI'd support Hagee? Do you even know who he is?
I'd rather have you kiss my shitter.
That offer I will have to decline. :wink:
Kev, you are boring.
Snail, my name is not 'Kev' and you are duller still, as you cannot engage in a logical, thoughtful discussion of any sort. If you find this thread boring, don't post.
 
#10
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
I believe that my arguments before my closing were rational, and as usual you didn't refute them seeing you are hung up on trying to find the answers. I love Obama, he is breaking ground running as the "First Black Racist" in the USA and having been endorsed by a man that achieved the highest rank in the KKK (Sen Byrd) I am all in...I have said on numerous occassions Obama-Rama is my choice...I want the nigger in the White House, and not waiting tables but running the show.
What Obama thought about Rev. Wright in his heart we may never know. As he said, we all may hear things we disagree about with from our own spiritual leaders. It may be, as he said, he did not hear the worst of the Rev.'s comments, or it may be the comments were taken out of context - but Obama did reject the statements strongly when faced with them. You could say the same of McCain - except that in his case he used Hagee to win evangelical support.

Why do you call Obama a racist? Because he belonged to an all black church? And, fine you are voting for him, but why demean him by calling him names? It serves no purpose.
shut up you fuck...as if Obama didn't do the same to try and win over the nigger vote by using Wright...you are a fuckwitted cunt
 
#11
ctauch said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain said:
ctauch said:
redgrain you are a window licking mong...Obama defended his pastor called him a "father figure", equated him to a family member equal to his "white grandmother" after his statements were in the public arena.
Obama appointed the man to a position in his campaign as "spiritual advisor" and sat in his church listening to his hate filled sermons for 20 years now, knowing damn well his speech/sermons were "controversial"; substantiated by the fact that Obama asked him not to appear publically when he announced his candidacy.

While McLame accepted the endorsement of a pastor, in whose church he is not a member, and who made statements that McLame did not excuse, try to excuse or explain away and has now renounced his endorsement in light of the pastors past statements.

You are a Fuckwit from Fucksville living just off Mong Ave., aren't you?
No, actually, I am not any of the above, please stick to rational debate. I think that McCain pandering to the evangelicals is worse than Obama and his Rev. Wright debacle. As Obama said, who among us has not disagreed with our priest/pastor/rabbi at some point? I certainly have. But to accept an endorsement from the likes of Hagee - and not be informed of his views - just to win over zealots, is beyond the pale.
I believe that my arguments before my closing were rational, and as usual you didn't refute them seeing you are hung up on trying to find the answers. I love Obama, he is breaking ground running as the "First Black Racist" in the USA and having been endorsed by a man that achieved the highest rank in the KKK (Sen Byrd) I am all in...I have said on numerous occassions Obama-Rama is my choice...I want the nigger in the White House, and not waiting tables but running the show.
What Obama thought about Rev. Wright in his heart we may never know. As he said, we all may hear things we disagree about with from our own spiritual leaders. It may be, as he said, he did not hear the worst of the Rev.'s comments, or it may be the comments were taken out of context - but Obama did reject the statements strongly when faced with them. You could say the same of McCain - except that in his case he used Hagee to win evangelical support.

Why do you call Obama a racist? Because he belonged to an all black church? And, fine you are voting for him, but why demean him by calling him names? It serves no purpose.
shut up you fuck...as if Obama didn't do the same to try and win over the nigger vote by using Wright...you are a fuckwitted cunt
I thought you were capable of better than debating that this, but apparently not - or you are plastered? That was Obama's church that he belonged to for 20 years - a big difference from picking some a*rsehole preacher out of the shite because McCain cynically hoped to win over the evangelical fcuktards.
 
#12
Dumped in here from MNHQ as I'm sick of this pointless argument.
 

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