People I respect....by Doc Mercer

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Re: People I respect....by Doc Mercer

You didn't make the list


Tiger
Stephanie Miller
Kirk Ferentz
Rachel Maddow
Russ Feingold
Gus Johnson
Roger Craig
Barack
Dennis Kucinich
John Feinstein
Bobby Knight
Wesley Clarke
Drew Brees
 
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Re: People I respect....by Doc Mercer

Tiger -- THE BEST PRESSURE ATHLETE EVER AND WINS WITH CLASS
Stephanie Miller - FUNNY AND SMART AS HELL RADIO TALK SHOW HOST
Kirk Ferentz - RUNS THE IA FOOTBALL PROGRAM ANTI "LANE" KIFFIN STYLE
Rachel Maddow - SAME AS STEPH MILLER ... VERY PROFESSIONAL/ FAIR
Russ Feingold - GIVES A SHIT AND A GOOD ELECTED OFFICIAL FROM WIS
Gus Johnson - GREAT PLAY BY PLAY AND WISH HE DID THE FINAL 4
Roger Craig - ONE OF THE MOST UNDERRATED BACKS IN NFL HISTORY
Barack - BROKE THE RACIAL BARRIER LIKE JACKIE ROBINSON DID
Dennis Kucinich - BULLDOG FIGHTER
John Feinstein - SOME OF THE BEST SPORTS BOOK EVER WRITTEN
Bobby Knight - MORE OF HIS TYPES NEEDED IN THIS COUNTRY
Wesley Clarke - INTELLIGENT AND MY CHOICE FOR SOD
Drew Brees - FANTASTIC FROM HS AND A CLASSY GUY
 
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Kucinich? Really?

He is wayyyyyy too left. People think Obama is a socialist....that'd change if they gave Kucinich a good hard look.
 
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SHIT .....


MY FAVORITE .... HOW DID I FORGET HIM ????


JON STEWART !!!! ..... THE BEST 1/2 HR SHOW AT NITE .... BAR NONE !!! STEWART IS SMART AND FUNNY AND HIS CUTTING CRAMER OFF AT THE KNEES WAS FANTASTIC ....


Damn ..... I can't believe I forget about Jonny .....


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Soooo

Munchkin does not respect Tiger? is that because Rush the Imperial Wizard hates folks with dark skin .... My God ... Tiger is pure class ... he broke the racial "image" of his sport and is a true role model who gives a lot of time,
money to helping educating children

Knight I like because he educates athletes on the importance of education and playing by the rules


I guess also you don't like Roger Craig who was one of the guttiest, toughest and best backs in the 80s and was a true teammate and family man who acted with dignity in defeat as well as victory ... ohhh ... he is black so Rush would not approve


I would love to see Munchkin's List:

Limbaugh
Beck
Hannity
Coulter
Bush 41
Bush 43
Barbara Bush
Michael Reagan
Nancy Reagan
Malkin
Cavuto
Ailes
Murdoch
Elizabeth Dole
Bachman
Boehner
Savage
O'Reilly
Haggard
Mary Cheney
Lynne Cheney
Dick Cheney
Laura Bush
 
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I forgot one for Munchkin:


Porn star Mary Carey

WASHINGTON – Now that the presidential fund-raiser is over, hard-core porn star Mary Carey doesn't mind the public knowing about one of her secret desires – having sex with the twin daughters of the president.

Carey was the guest of her boss, pornographer Mark Kulkis of Kick A– Pictures, at the National Republican Congressional Committee's multimillion-dollar dinner with the president here last week.

"Oh my God, his daughters!" she said. "I'd love to party with his daughters. I'd love to meet them. I totally want to have sex with them. You can write it the day after I leave here."
 
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Man .... I left out another one that is sure to be on the MM's list:


BRITTANY SPEARS !!! with or without hair she "trusted" 43 !!!


CARLSON: You're going to be on the National Mall [in Washington, D.C.] soon performing for Pepsi and the NFL and also to support our troops. A lot of entertainers have come out against the war in Iraq. Have you?



SPEARS: Honestly, I think we should just trust our president in every decision he makes and should just support that, you know, and be faithful in what happens.



CARLSON: Do you trust this president?



SPEARS: Yes, I do.
 
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add another one to MM"s list!!!

"I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if you get married, you have accepted the headship of a man, your husband. Christ is the head of the household and the husband is the head of the wife, and that's the way it is, period." ?Pat Robertson
 
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Very classy fellow huh ?

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Ohhhh ....

so Fictionman has never cusssed?


Gosh ... maybe Tiger wants to be a GOP VP:

The New Yorker(!) teed off very nicely on the rather stuffy account of a certain testy exchange between VP Dick Cheney and Senate Minority Lead Pat Leahy.



The background: The Veepster has been accused by none other than The Honorable Mr. Leahy of profiting (via Halliburton) on the blood of American soldiers spilled in Iraq. When Leahy approached Cheney at Senate function recently, full of smarmy bonhomie, Cheney told him to fuck off, or to go fuck himself (accounts vary, but everyone agrees the F-bomb was dropped).


The Washington Times reported this as follows:
Vice President Dick Cheney cursed at Sen. Patrick J. Leahy, Vermont Democrat, in a confrontation on the Senate floor while members were having their annual group picture taken earlier this week. . . . According to [an] aide, Mr. Cheney . . . responded with a barnyard epithet, urging Mr. Leahy to perform an anatomical sexual impossibility.
 
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Soooo
Munchkin does not respect Tiger?
To the best of the Munchkin Man's knowledge, Tiger Woods supported Barack Obama for President.

Therefore, he does not make the Munchkin Man's list.

is that because Rush the Imperial Wizard hates folks with dark skin
No, because that is not true.

One of Rush Limbaugh's most frequent and favorite substitute broadcasters, who fills in for Rush when he is not available, is Dr. Walter Williams, an African-American gentleman who is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University.

I guess also you don't like Roger Craig who was one of the guttiest, toughest and best backs in the 80s and was a true teammate and family man who acted with dignity in defeat as well as victory ... ohhh ... he is black so Rush would not approve
The Munchkin Man never followed the career or the life of Roger Craig.

Therefore, the Munchkin Man does not know enough about him to comment.

However, your comment about Rush is wrong again, as the Munchkin Man has already demonstrated.

Munchkin Man
 
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add another one to MM"s list!!!

"I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if you get married, you have accepted the headship of a man, your husband. Christ is the head of the household and the husband is the head of the wife, and that's the way it is, period." ?Pat Robertson
AMEN, PAT!

Munchkin Man
 
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Limbaugh is not a racist?

Really .... care to explain the following?

As a young broadcaster in the 1970s, Limbaugh once told a black caller: "Take that bone out of your nose and call me back." A decade ago, after becoming nationally syndicated, he mused on the air: "Have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?"

In 1992, on his now-defunct TV show, Limbaugh expressed his ire when Spike Lee urged that black schoolchildren get off from school to see his film Malcolm X: "Spike, if you're going to do that, let's complete the education experience. You should tell them that they should loot the theater, and then blow it up on their way out."

In a similar vein, here is Limbaugh's mocking take on the NAACP, a group with a 90-year commitment to nonviolence: "The NAACP should have riot rehearsal. They should get a liquor store and practice robberies."

When Carol Moseley-Braun (D-IL) was in the U.S. Senate, the first black woman ever elected to that body, Limbaugh would play the "Movin' On Up" theme song from TV's Jeffersons when he mentioned her. Limbaugh sometimes still uses mock dialect -- substituting "ax" for "ask"-- when discussing black leaders.

Such quotes and antics -- many compiled by Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR) for our 1995 book -- offer a whiff of Limbaugh's racial sensibility. So does his claim that racism in America "is fueled primarily by the rantings and ravings" of people like Jesse Jackson. Or his ugly reference two years ago to the father of Madonna's first child, a Latino, as "a gang member-type guy" -- an individual with no gang background.

In 1994, Limbaugh mocked St. Louis for building a rail line to East St. Louis "where nobody goes." East St. Louis is home to roughly 40,000 residents -- 98 percent of whom are African-Americans. One of its 40,000 "nobodies" is star NFL linebacker Bryan Cox.

Once, in response to a caller arguing that black people need to be heard, Limbaugh responded: "They are 12 percent of the population. Who the hell cares?" That's not an unusual response for a talk radio host playing to an audience of "angry white males." It may not play so well among National Football League players, 70 percent of whom are African American.
 
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sounds like Munchkin might be O'Reillys kind of guy for the way he views a woman's role in society
 

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Re: People I respect....by Doc Mercer

Kucinich? Really?

He is wayyyyyy too left. People think Obama is a socialist....that'd change if they gave Kucinich a good hard look.
He's really not wayyyy too the left. He's just to the left. Our country, even many Dems lean really far right, so when a perfectly sensible moderate liberal comes along, he appears extreme. It's really a sign of how badly politics is skewed in the country.
 
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Its been a long time for Munchkin

I dont think he could get the rocket off the pad without a major explosion
 
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Why do I respect Kirk Ferentz who runs the Univ of Iowa program

this says it all what he does with avg talent:

Here are each of the teams and their Rivals average ranking for the past eight classes, followed by the won-loss record since 2002:

Iowa
Ave. ranking: 41
Record since 2002: 59-29

West Virginia
Ave. ranking: 38
Record since 2002: 67-22

Notre Dame
Average ranking: 18
Record since 2002: 50-37

Fla. State
Average ranking: 8
Record since 2002: 59-32

Miami of Florida
Ave. ranking: 9
Record since 2002: 60-28

Alabama
Ave. ranking: 17
Record since 2002: 55-35

UCLA
Ave. ranking: 23
Record since 2002: 47-41

Tennessee
Ave. ranking: 14
Record since 2002: 57-32"
 
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Re: People I respect....by Doc Mercer

Limbaugh is not a racist?

Really .... care to explain the following?

As a young broadcaster in the 1970s, Limbaugh once told a black caller: "Take that bone out of your nose and call me back." A decade ago, after becoming nationally syndicated, he mused on the air: "Have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?"

In 1992, on his now-defunct TV show, Limbaugh expressed his ire when Spike Lee urged that black schoolchildren get off from school to see his film Malcolm X: "Spike, if you're going to do that, let's complete the education experience. You should tell them that they should loot the theater, and then blow it up on their way out."

In a similar vein, here is Limbaugh's mocking take on the NAACP, a group with a 90-year commitment to nonviolence: "The NAACP should have riot rehearsal. They should get a liquor store and practice robberies."

When Carol Moseley-Braun (D-IL) was in the U.S. Senate, the first black woman ever elected to that body, Limbaugh would play the "Movin' On Up" theme song from TV's Jeffersons when he mentioned her. Limbaugh sometimes still uses mock dialect -- substituting "ax" for "ask"-- when discussing black leaders.

Such quotes and antics -- many compiled by Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR) for our 1995 book -- offer a whiff of Limbaugh's racial sensibility. So does his claim that racism in America "is fueled primarily by the rantings and ravings" of people like Jesse Jackson. Or his ugly reference two years ago to the father of Madonna's first child, a Latino, as "a gang member-type guy" -- an individual with no gang background.

In 1994, Limbaugh mocked St. Louis for building a rail line to East St. Louis "where nobody goes." East St. Louis is home to roughly 40,000 residents -- 98 percent of whom are African-Americans. One of its 40,000 "nobodies" is star NFL linebacker Bryan Cox.

Once, in response to a caller arguing that black people need to be heard, Limbaugh responded: "They are 12 percent of the population. Who the hell cares?" That's not an unusual response for a talk radio host playing to an audience of "angry white males." It may not play so well among National Football League players, 70 percent of whom are African American.
The Munchkin Man does not belong to The Modern School of Political Correctness, which appears to believe that the utterance of a racial slur, or even an actual racial joke, told in a spontaneous moment and in a spirit of jest, is solid evidence of a permanent condition of unrepetent racism.

The Munchkin Man places more value upon actions than words.

In the Munchkin Man's opinion, Rush Limbaugh's choice of Dr. Walter Williams, an African-American Professor of Economics at George Mason University, as one of his most frequently used substitute broadcasters, speaks more loudly than any racial slurs he may have committed in the past.

Clint Eastwood recently had some comments to make about the issue of political correctness and racial jokes.

Here is an excerpt:
_____

"People have lost their sense of humour. In former times we constantly made jokes about different races. You can only tell them today with one hand over your mouth or you will be insulted as a racist," the Daily Express quoted him as saying.

"I find that ridiculous. In those earlier days every friendly clique had a 'Sam the Jew' or 'Jose the Mexican' - but we didn't think anything of it or have a racist thought. It was just normal that we made jokes based on our nationality or ethnicity. That was never a problem. I don't want to be politically correct."
_____

The Munchkin Man agrees with Clint Eastwood on this issue.

Here is a link to the article:

http://in.news.yahoo.com/139/20090227/906/ten-eastwood-thinks-political-correctnes.html

Best Wishes,

Munchkin Man
 
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My God ..... is that the best ya got?

Soooo I guess if ya caught Limbaugh fucking your Mom and Chubby told ya
he was "helping Bush spread Democracy and this one act would jump Bush's approval numbers up 20% in Historical polls" that you would tell Rush that in a "spontaneous moment" us Dittoheads must sacrifice for the good of the party??


Thats great ... because Condi Rice is a fuckin lowlife ****** ... ohhhh ... sorry I was just having a "spontaneous moment"
 
#32
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My, my, my... FIRST we got threads and complaints about how Doc was "ruining" P&G...

NOW we get threads asking Doc questions...

Make up your minds, people.
 
#33
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They are trying all angles ...

"What angle did Dirty use to get his ass banned the 1st time? anyone has
those tapes in archive?"

MUNCHKIN .... HAVE YOUR SHRINK SHE IF SHE CAN ANALYZE HIS POSTINGS
SO WE CAN FIND A WEAK SPOT TO ATTACK
 
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