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Forum Post: Colorado Fires and Floods Caused by Gays!!!

Posted 4 years ago on Sept. 21, 2013, 2:14 p.m. EST by shoozTroll (17632)
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It couldn't possible have anything to do with global warming, or anything like that.

Nope. It's gay's and pot done it. Like Colorado is the only place in the World.


This can only mean Italy will soon be afloat in the Adriatic.


At least he laid off the video games and music.....for now.



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[-] 2 points by factsrfun (8733) from Phoenix, AZ 4 years ago

ahh now this post makes me nostalgic


this one is even more on point


[-] 1 points by NVPHIL (664) 4 years ago

If that is the case God must hate the Bible belt.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 4 years ago


god is not punishing colorado for clutching the gun in its pants

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

Surprising, eh?

Especially considering the fact that Jesus never wore pants.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

Hoping not to be left out of the loony bin, a GOP lawmaker claims that it's Democratic "mind control", making all those gays and such happen.


Is there a loony bin large enough for all of them?

[-] 0 points by GirlFriday (17435) 4 years ago

Kevin Swanson. I despise people who use fear propaganda.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

Do you remember one the originals?

Charles Coughlin.


Every time someone tries to blame the state of culture on video games and music, I recall a speech he did blaming the 60s on that lewd, lascivious rock&roll.

He was one of the original anti-FED folks too.


We've needed a stronger separation of church and state for a long time now.

[-] -1 points by GirlFriday (17435) 4 years ago

He was a loon. Really.


[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

Unfortunately, they have millions of followers, and this poisoned ideology spreads out from every comment of this sort.

[-] -1 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

Gay dog, squirrels, even gay cavemen I imagine. I cannot understand the shock value of something that has been part of life since before man roamed the earth. This is another idea that creates controversy around something intangible. Ideas! OWS has certainly lost sight of the importance of ideas, especially original ideas. This is what leaders do. This is why leaders are important. We need to fight back with our own ideas and we need a reputable spokesperson to spread these ideas. MLK and countless other revolutionaries understood this. I call anyone against such an approach to be a liar and a fraud.

[-] 3 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

I don't think we need a leader in the traditional sense.

The issues we face are many and varied, and no one person understands them all.

So yes, some form of "spokespersons" will some day be necessary.

A single person...........always becomes some form of target.


[-] 2 points by DKAtoday (33472) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

So far I think OWS has done just that - confront the fear - successfully - as OWS has not given anyone it's endorsement - nope - they have however given Move to Amend their endorsement and Move to Amend has given OWS their endorsement.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

It was when I pointed out that exact FEAR, that odin turned against me.

Even after I explained how a direct connection to a GA could allay such fears.

[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

If you can think of a more effective way to get things done, please present it. At this rate, my son will be in a retirement home before OWS forces real change. After how many years of OWS and the US government is still sh!tting on the poor like nobody's business. Am I incorrect here?

[-] -1 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

I don't see how books about civil rights effect a movement against WallSt? Yes, they are both very important. However, the name of Occupy Wall Street has an implied, if not explicit, context. Civil Rights is it's own movement, with mainstream institutions. The civil rights movement is established and quite successful, with current and historical leaders. The civil rights movement does not hunger for help, including from Occupy which struggles for even a clear concise message. We would be wise to follow the model of the civil rights movement.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

"It's not one thing. It's everything".

The civil rights movement is nowhere near over. Even after all these years.

[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

Right. So how does OWS get as far as the civil rights movement has? How does the issue of poverty gain the ground already gained by the civil rights movement? It seems like OWS needs the NAACP, not the other way around.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

I've said it before, so I'll say it again.

As go the States, so goes the Nation.

OWS should concentrate on States, and save the ones currently under attack, like Michigan, Wisconsin, or N. Carolina.

Think global, act local.

[-] -1 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

Everything to do with poverty has to do with interstate commerce. Therefore the laws to do with poverty and our economy are governed at the federal level. The economic policy of our country also falls under national security per EO12333(1981). This means the Chamber of commerce and the Federal Reserve, federal minimum wage, and so many other policies. These are not things the states can circumvent so fixing at the state level is a waste of time and resources.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

With folks like the guy in OP running around blaming everything on gays and pot and such, there will never be platform strong enough to bear the weight of what you are proposing.

Plus you have teabagge(R)s running around bringing ruination to places like Wisconsin and Michigan.

They need help and support NOW!

And if you think the do nothing to help the 99% congress is going to help?

God help you.

[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

I don't think congress is going to do anything. As I've stated, we need a spokesperson to rally the working class and force change. So long as it remains a scattered movement, there is no pressure on them to do anything. Leaders can call for and get marches, call for and get boycotts, ect... Hard to ignore a million person march, and even harder to ignore when you can focus the voices of millions behind one microphone.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

They ignore marches all the time.

250,000 in Wisconsin............ignored.

Million man/woman, you name it, marches...........ignored.

It's guys like this that get the microphone.

How many listeners did Limbaugh have at his peak?

[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

"How many listeners did Limbaugh have at his peak?"


[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

What makes you think I was being sarcastic?

I wasn't.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

Oh. ( answering here)

Those guys are actually a product of massive, well paid staffs.

How about we utilize an attractive, well voiced robot as spokesmodel?

Bullet proof, of course.............................:)

[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

You can be as sarcastic as you like. You made my point for me. Sleep on it.

[-] 0 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

That's not a number.

How many viewers did Beck have at his peak?

How many hits does Drudge get?

How many at Alex Jones?

I'm not afraid to say it.

The increase in fires and floods are directly related to global warming.

The problem I'm pointing out here, is that the voices of disbelief, paid and otherwise, are still much louder and perhaps more importantly, more repetitious.

[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

Right. You stated the facts quite clearly.

Protests... ignored.

Spokesperson... followed by masses.

You've already made my point for me.

Don't like what Beck says? Say something different.


[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

How much does poverty pose a risk to national security? What lengths will the masses in poverty go to in order to get by? We already see the result in the combination of illegal drugs and poverty. What will the once white collar workers create out of their introduction to life in poverty? Think of all the new types of people now working or soon to be working poverty wage jobs, their culture, their skill sets. Maybe this is the real reason for our government's rush to clamp down on the internet?


[-] 0 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

Few empires have fallen in calamity. For the most part, slow decline then a whimpering collapse does the job. Huge sudden shifts are more myth than historic fact. I don't see this trend changing.



[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33472) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

And so you demonstrate your inability to understand OWS. OWS is not the leader - OWS is the Spot-Light pointing out the wrongs to be addressed by the people. Every group that then forms to address these issues no doubt has some outspoken individuals in them. These groups multiply the various actions against corruption crime etc. They in their separate ways may be viewed ( by some ) as weak - but added all together these wide spread protests and actions against what is wrong in this country and in the world are more powerful than the sum of the actions. That is called synergy.

[-] 1 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

It's called a mob that can be spoken for by the media. The protests that lead to the civil rights movement began as a labor protest. MLK made it so much more. OWS is not the only entity protesting. Though we may share the same side of the front line, I have been on the front for over 20 years. Myself and others are not limited to OWS and OWS guidelines. We just happen to share some of the same "Ideas".

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33472) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

Fine. But you still don't understand OWS - and who gives a flying fuck what lame stream media has to say anyhow? The corp(se)oRAT institutions of media are not gonna present any of these protests in a good light - EXCEPT - perhaps as a certain protest works for one of them in supporting part of their agenda.

[-] 1 points by MyBrothersKeeper (-36) 4 years ago

The same struggle was faced by the civil rights protesters. MLK changed the tide in favor of the protesters. Did he not? I'm not saying OWS needs a spokesperson. I'm saying WE need a spokesperson.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33472) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

And perhaps a spokesperson will emerge perhaps several or more. But it won't be under the symbol/banner of OWS - hopefully alongside if they credit OWS for inspiring them - and hopefully they will be good and not just self-promoting off of the protests. Bernie Sanders is a GR8 speaker for the people. There are others also. The point being those people who stand-up for the people n - need to be heard - BY - The People. That is not gonna happen on lame stream media.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33472) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

And until things get further along - that is about the only way it will be televised - so we have to have people forwarding this information as far and wide as possible. Because other wise fewer people will come across the information. The information will not come looking for you or for anyone else - you I and everyone else must look for the information. And to get people started looking on their own - 1st their attention must get caught - and so we all need to forward what we find as widely as possible.