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It's not that I don't understand. I just don't care. Sometimes I just enjoy the thrill of trolling an obvious troll every once in awhile. I'm doing it for my own reasons and not to please you. Some of us aren't constantly checking our numbers in the polls. And no, I don't think it's ironic at all.  ;)

O.K. You like to think you know bellgab but you don't.

I'm quite curious to finally find out exactly what it was that Bill Clinton did to balance the budget and manage the finances so well. 

Since you seem to know, please point out the reforms he implemented, the policies he changed, the legislation he demanded and pushed through, the times he faced down the Fed, the times he threatened to ''shut down the government'' in order to get his budget balancing budgets passed, and so on.  I'd really like to know.

You think shutting down the government is what we elected our officials for? By the way, that was Newt Gingrich that led that travesty. Some of us were visiting our national parks at the time.

P.S. I'll have to get back to you on the stuff he passed.

Doesn't sound like anyone's forcing you to.  :D

Whatever dude. You're way too defensive. This post isn't going to help you see the light.

I wonder how you came to respond to my posts if you never read them? Oh, the mysteries of Bellgab!  ;D

It's pretty simple. I read Tigerlily's posts and she quoted yours in hers.

You seem to be ignoring a lot of recent history.  ;D

Yeah, the economy seems to be doing well right now but it is at the cost of the planet we live on so enjoy it while you can because your grandchildren won't.

We have a $20 trillion national debt, and that doesn't include states, cities, counties, water districts, fire districts, park districts, school districts and every other political entity that borrows as much as it can and wastes most of it.  It doesn't include future government pensions, Social Security, Medicare, ObamaCare, and everything else they've promised. 

Once these programs are instituted, and once promises are made, they are impossible to get rid of - and dig us ever deeper in debt.  For example look how hard it is to get rid of an obscenity like ObamaCare - even after the voters turned first the House, then the Senate, then the presidency over to people vowing to repeal it.

Meanwhile we're told we have to import millions of people to ''do jobs Americans won't do''.  And of course most of them somehow qualify for more handouts.

It's not sustainable.  Either we get a handle on it, or at some point the country collapses

I'm done.  I think we should tell everyone that it's all going away in one year.  That gives the charities a year to figure out who really needs help with the limited funds they have, and who should be sent out to pick produce, get help from family, or die.

It wasn't a $20 trillion debt when Bill Clinton was in office. Heck, we had so much money Bush decided to give $300 dollars back to every citizen. Remember that? Have you noticed the pattern? Democrats get the budget in order, Republicans spend the shit out of it.

No, no I'm not. He was posting for days before I responded. I don't have this magical power over him you seem to think I do. How about if I respond to him when I want to and not when I don't? You know, like a real free man? :D

How about stepping back and try to see what we are seeing. You know, like a free man.

Oh that. Unless I feel like it then yes. It all depends on my mood. You have my permission to not read it if you don't want to.  ;)

k. I do actually skim over your posts, I've been doing that for awhile now. We are trying to tell you that you yourself are keeping him here. If you decide to disregard that then you are promoting what he is posting.

Stop what?

You're the only person keeping him here by engaging him. You might be his only and best friend in the world.


We don't need to cut it just make sure the people that get it need it. That is a problem though because a lot of times the people that make the most noise need it the least.

Where the hell do these two shits get the money to always go shopping? Maybe there needs to be cuts to SSI and other social programs. Their monthly gift from the American taxpayer is clearly too much money.

They know how to work the system. People that need it really don't study how to get the most out of it so they get less than what they need. It's jerks like Senda that get way more than they can use.

Aw! Write a Hallmark card about it.  ::)

O.K. kill it then. Even a cat gets bored after a few hours.

It's a good thing you're not conspiracy minded then.

I only engage him when I want to, for the fun of it, the way a cat would play with a mouse before they kill it. There have been lots of days when I didn't engage him at all because he's so lame and boring...and yet his faggotry persists.  ;)

You're doing it because you are as bored and lonely as he is. You used to be slightly interesting.

Nevermind. I didn't realize you were enjoying the sexism. I thought you guys weren't for that but different strokes for different folks. Whatever gets you off.  ;)

You're the only person keeping him here by engaging him. You might be his only and best friend in the world. If I were a conspiracy minded person I would think you are doing it on purpose.

Random Topics / Re:Midnight in the Desert with George "Art" Senda
« on: Yesterday at 04:08:45 PM »

a falkie video about forms.

Instant classic! Senda, this is right up there with Art Bell's daylight savings time rant. Forms! What a hassle! Am I right?! A normal host might say a few words about it then move on to something interesting but only a true master can drag that topic out for 13 riveting minutes.

Next maybe you can repackage and update Art's super glue story by gluing your lips shut.

Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert With George Senda
« on: Yesterday at 02:42:18 PM »

Bravo, Senda. Bravo! Such gravitas! I see a Pulitzer in your future.


george senda latest video and he talks about Midnight in the desert.

That was great, Senda! You're a shoe-in for Wade's host spot on Midnight in the Desert! Let us know when they install you as the new voice of the desert. You'll make Art so proud he'll probably let you live on his compound. Maybe he'll even let you play with his drone.

Random Topics / Re: Fire Storms in Northern California
« on: December 07, 2017, 12:24:32 AM »
Here's the sketch to which, I think, albrecht, was referring:

Random Topics / Re: Fire Storms in California
« on: December 06, 2017, 11:03:02 PM »
Oh dear.  I hope it wasn't the one used to discipline the dog with.

Worse, it was the real estate section.

Random Topics / Re: Fire Storms in California
« on: December 06, 2017, 10:39:50 PM »
Same to you. We laugh, a bit, because some of them recently moved from neighborhoods that flooded in Houston or near our Memorial Day floods here. So when we get together we like to compare earthquakes, flash floods, wildfires, mudslides, tornadoes, crime, floods, and hurricanes. Black humor. Like the old "Yorkshire Man" skit, that probably only someone like YP would know. Who had it worse, or potentially, worse etc.

You think that's bad, I used to live in a rolled up newspaper.

So what is the status of the GoPro Camera these days?  Is it still in hock down at the Pawn Shop?
With all the money he's given to keep that thing in hock he could have had a professional camera crew following him around 24/7.

Doesn't this mean that you are a scumbag? Asking for a friend.

I think we have the same friend.

And that is when the boner died.

Hey, maybe she wants it for a chew toy for her dog.

The tissue is taken from abortions.  I'm not a huge pro-life guy and I would never tell a woman what to do but I oppose creating a market for fetal tissue because that creates a profit motive thus encouraging abortions.

Embryos aren't sentient. Glad to hear you are a vegetarian, though.

I don't remember stem cell research being much of an issue until about the mid 90's.  That said, I oppose fetal stem cell research when the research samples come from abortions.

You don't remember stem cell research being an issue until they realized they could do it with human embryos? Wow, amazing. Thanks for that. Wait until you suffer from disease. I'm sure you'll come around to realizing the importance of it

P.S. Embryos aren't sentient.

There is nothing even vaguely conservative about Senda.

Sort of like how your president, the longtime Manhattan liberal and Bill Clinton voter, calls himself a conservative.

They are both Republicans. They only care about themselves. Case in point: The Reagans were anti stem cell research until Ronald got Alzheimers.


2) "Yes, please!"

1)My virus protector advises against viewing that site.


From your science, seems like you're on it right now!

Whatevs. I surely wouldn't be on this shit site if I were.


I don't think you understand how acid works.

I think I do. Acid everyday for three years?!

My excuse for what?

Well I was joking but the premise of my post was he had ultra-conservative views due to the trauma his brain suffered with the ingestion of acid for three years. When I asked what your excuse was I was asking what brain injury you had endured to come up with your perspective on the subject.

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