Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ol' scratch, Mar 29, 2013.
All google turns up is Pryor telling Bloomberg no thank you.
Ever see the documentary movie, “Brother’s Keeper”? The dear old NE has little to no room to call southerners redneck hicks.
Pryor is a slick-tongued liar. He'll say or do anything that is to his benefit -- and then turn around and do the opposite the next day.
I look forward to voting him out of office in 2014.
Well, you now have two of us who live in Arkansas and who read the same story in the Democrat-Gazette.
We will have to see how he votes.
Under pressure, as he has been, he'll vote no. As he did on Obamacare -- but behind the scenes, he'll work against us. As he did on Obamacare.
How is he supposedly working with Bloomberg?
He originally agreed to be Bloomberg's pointman in Arkansas. He has since realized what a personal disaster that would be.
(added) Ask yourself this -- why was there an article in the Washington Times saying he wasn't working with Bloomberg? There were no articles about any other senators saying that, were there? Why does his website say he isn't working with Bloomberg? Have any other senators found it necessary to deny a Bloomberg connection?
Heard him on the radio this morning. He denied Bloomberg. He is, as he always has been, a political slickster trying to play both sides of the fence. We got rid of Blanche, we can get rid of this schmuck also.
Oh, Pryor is toast! Another guy we need to send into oblvion is Mike Ross, who also came out for "common sense gun control."
He agreed to be Bloombergs pointman but only one paper reported it?
I don't know how many papers reported it -- I and at least one other poster here saw it in the Democrat-Gazette.
That is an unfair remark about new englanders, we are not all alike. I've known people from both carolinas 'I thought they were ok guys. I hope I wasn't wrong.
New York is NOT part of New England - and those of us who are native New Englanders do not care for the ilk of Mr Bloomberg, nor for many other things from NYC for that matter!
Upstate New York is pretty nice though, and the upstate New Yorkers are fine with us.
I have to say, I'm offended by Obama's insulting comments insinuating that people are forgetting what happened at Newtown. Really, Barry? He surrounds himself with family members of the victims of these horrific crimes, then has the gall to make offensive statements. Is this guy really this obtuse?
I'll bet my next paycheck that the guy in the Bloomberg ad is an actor from New York. It's a joke.
I live in upstate New York (but am originally from Michigan), and I know some people whose necks are pretty red ... Some of their families have been living in the same place since before the American Revolution, and they aren't exactly social register types.
And don't get me started on Swamp Yankees from Connecticut ...
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