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Author Topic: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief  (Read 4768 times)

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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #30 on: May 19, 2011, 02:35:24 AM »

Ueff. Sounds rotten. America is poo ;)
nah, it's just got poo in the leadership, for example mr lincoln, and the rest of the republican party.  we can't seem to get rid of them, and it's illegal to kill them off, although we were off to a good start with lincoln.

did you mist-type and mean Mr Ryan?

or do you really have issues with President Abraham Lincoln who
was US President from 1861 ro 1865 when
he was assassinated while still President?
what issues?



btw, the people who elect politicians,
like Mr. Ryan,
are part of Americas poo
TruFact (for those unfamiliar with American history)
The REPUBLICANS used to be the party that wanted to make life all nice for minorities, immigrants and Chinamen....
After Mr. Lincoln's war in the 1860s, many in the American South swore never to vote for a Republican, and they
raised their children to believe the same thing.  This led to a Democratic party that, in the South, contained most
of the political spectrum (in terms of non-race issues), and a hold on elected offices so tight that the only elections
that actually mattered were the Democratic primaries.

Then, for reasons which I still do not fully understand, the NATIONAL Democratic Party decided that it was friendly
to the needs and desires of the ni.... um, people of colour.  There ensued a confusing period when some voters had
to choose between voting for a Republican (utterly unacceptable), or for a nig... um, a race-traitor.  They chose a
third path: they put forward their own candidates, nominally Democrat, but opposed to nigg... um, black issues. The
term "Dixiecrat" appeared.  After they saw that wouldn't work, they held their noses and voted Republican, and they've
been doing it for over 40 years now.  One Governor of Virginia actually served his term as a Democrat, left office, then
ran again 4 years later, and won, as a Republican. 

It should be noted that most of these people still vehemently deny that the massive swing was a sign of massive racism,
but it sure walks like a duck and quacks like a duck.
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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #31 on: May 19, 2011, 03:16:16 AM »

Who is Mr. Ryan? What did I miss here?
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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #32 on: May 19, 2011, 06:12:03 AM »

Who is Mr. Ryan? What did I miss here?

Not enough time to read the older posts in this thread?
Or Neil's first blog about this?
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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #33 on: May 19, 2011, 06:17:03 AM »

Who is Mr. Ryan? What did I miss here?

Not enough time to read the older posts in this thread?
Or Neil's first blog about this?

Do you mean Matt Dean? You're the only person who has mentioned a 'Mr. Ryan', so I'm a bit confused.

'Pencil-necked? Maybe. Thief? No way. Award-winning author Neil Gaiman has defended himself against Republican Matt Dean's extraordinary claim that he is a "pencil-necked little weasel who stole $45,000 from the state of Minnesota".'
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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #34 on: May 19, 2011, 06:22:38 AM »

Ueff. Sounds rotten. America is poo ;)
nah, it's just got poo in the leadership, for example mr lincoln, and the rest of the republican party.  we can't seem to get rid of them, and it's illegal to kill them off, although we were off to a good start with lincoln.
did you mist-type and mean Mr Ryan Dean (edit)?

or do you really have issues with President Abraham Lincoln who
was US President from 1861 ro 1865 when
he was assassinated while still President?
what issues?

btw, the people who elect politicians,
like Mr Ryan Dean (edit),
are part of Americas poo
TruFact (for those unfamiliar with American history)
The REPUBLICANS used to be the party that wanted to make life all nice for minorities, immigrants and Chinamen....
After Mr. Lincoln's war in the 1860s, many in the American South swore never to vote for a Republican, and they
raised their children to believe the same thing.  This led to a Democratic party that, in the South, contained most
of the political spectrum (in terms of non-race issues), and a hold on elected offices so tight that the only elections
that actually mattered were the Democratic primaries.

Then, for reasons which I still do not fully understand, the NATIONAL Democratic Party decided that it was friendly
to the needs and desires of the ni.... um, people of colour.  There ensued a confusing period when some voters had
to choose between voting for a Republican (utterly unacceptable), or for a nig... um, a race-traitor.  They chose a
third path: they put forward their own candidates, nominally Democrat, but opposed to nigg... um, black issues. The
term "Dixiecrat" appeared.  After they saw that wouldn't work, they held their noses and voted Republican, and they've
been doing it for over 40 years now.  One Governor of Virginia actually served his term as a Democrat, left office, then
ran again 4 years later, and won, as a Republican.  

It should be noted that most of these people still vehemently deny that the massive swing was a sign of massive racism,
but it sure walks like a duck and quacks like a duck.

and this decision by the national democratic party is largely responsible for
the election of Nixon, Reagan, and both Bushes, who caused several wars,
and most importantly the USA's immense and unsustainable deficit.



i've since remembered that Agonistes lives even deeper
in the American 'South' than Cee does, and might have
actually meant Abraham Lincoln ...
(seems unlikely, but ...)
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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #35 on: May 19, 2011, 06:27:08 AM »

Who is Mr. Ryan Dean (edit)? What did I miss here?
Not enough time to read the older posts in this thread?
Or Neil's first blog about this?

Do you mean Matt Dean? You're the only person who has mentioned a 'Mr. Ryan', so I'm a bit confused.

'Pencil-necked? Maybe. Thief? No way. Award-winning author Neil Gaiman has defended himself against Republican Matt Dean's extraordinary claim that he is a "pencil-necked little weasel who stole $45,000 from the state of Minnesota".'

apologies, sigh, yes Mr. Dean
(i understand my mental glitch,
but it too complicated and inane to share).
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Re: Neil Gaiman - pencil-necked weasel-thief
« Reply #36 on: May 19, 2011, 09:59:13 AM »



or do you really have issues with President Abraham Lincoln who
was US President from 1861 ro 1865 when
he was assassinated while still President?
what issues?


this might come as a complete shock to you, but mr. lincoln is not widely adored in the southeastern united states.  
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