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Julie R.
03-17-2009, 11:41 PM
Most of you will enjoy this--it nicely sums up what an ignorant buffoon Obomo really is. Of course it's not much consolation to see the epic fail most of us predicted come to fruition this early in his administration.
http://www.thebulletin.us/articles/2009/03/13/herb_denenberg/doc49b840333ee87374341303.txt

JDogger
03-18-2009, 12:56 AM
Most of you will enjoy this--it nicely sums up what an ignorant buffoon Obomo really is. Of course it's not much consolation to see the epic fail most of us predicted come to fruition this early in his administration.
http://www.thebulletin.us/articles/2009/03/13/herb_denenberg/doc49b840333ee87374341303.txt

Julie. I now understand why your avatar shows a dog only seeing with its right eye. The left eye has been permanantly blinded by hatred of the things that it fears and does not understand. What a perfect avatar to choose for yourself. I hope that you do not limit yourself to clients that only reflect your viewpoint. If you do, you limit your market, and your sale-ability. And trually... in a tight market like No. Va. who cares what politics a client may possess?

JD

brlcon1
03-18-2009, 07:11 AM
Great article Julie , thanks for posting this ! Herb Denenberg , well he has been exposing corruption for many years . J Dogger , your post sure sounds like a personal attack on Julie . Why don't you just stick to commenting on the article . Are you some kind of bully or are you upset about the guy from N Mexico being talked about in the article ?

Raymond Little
03-18-2009, 07:46 AM
Greatness Julie!!!

road kill
03-18-2009, 07:53 AM
Julie. I now understand why your avatar shows a dog only seeing with its right eye. The left eye has been permanantly blinded by hatred of the things that it fears and does not understand. What a perfect avatar to choose for yourself. I hope that you do not limit yourself to clients that only reflect your viewpoint. If you do, you limit your market, and your sale-ability. And trually... in a tight market like No. Va. who cares what politics a client may possess?

JD

Ah....excuse me....could you kindly take a moment and alleviate our unfounded fears and explain these things we don't understand??

I for one would appreciate it, and I think we could all sleep better!!:shock:

Patrick Johndrow
03-18-2009, 07:54 AM
Greatness Julie!!!

We need to revisit this post in two or three years and see just how true it really has become.

Raymond Little
03-18-2009, 07:56 AM
POTUS STICKY????????????????:cool:

badbullgator
03-18-2009, 08:36 AM
Very good...BRAVO

WindyCreek
03-18-2009, 08:43 AM
Julie,

Outstanding article that identifies the problem(s).

Goose
03-18-2009, 08:47 AM
Chains we can believe in.

Julie R.
03-18-2009, 09:24 AM
Julie. I now understand why your avatar shows a dog only seeing with its right eye. The left eye has been permanantly blinded by hatred of the things that it fears and does not understand. What a perfect avatar to choose for yourself. I hope that you do not limit yourself to clients that only reflect your viewpoint. If you do, you limit your market, and your sale-ability. And trually... in a tight market like No. Va. who cares what politics a client may possess?

JD
Dogbreath,
Thanks for the real estate advice. I'll be sure to contact you when I need some sales help. I'm glad you like my avatar; that's my Panda puppy who has wild eyes--two of them. She sees pretty well actually; we're pretty happy with how well she's doing for her age and the fact her training got put on hold after my house fire.
I don't know whether to be flattered or creeped out that you've researched me and what I do. But here's a little personal feedback for you: I doubt most buyers care what their agent reads. I know my clients didn't. Fortunately your kind--the commie symps, trilateral pimps and welfare leeches--prefer a more urban environment than the area where I live and work. Fauquier County is still rural and relatively unspoiled. It's not exactly Northern Virginia; the from-heres still outnumber the come-heres and it's been a solidly Republican county for many, many years. If you're going to cyber-stalk, get your facts right.

Matt McKenzie
03-18-2009, 09:37 AM
As the young whipper-snappers would say, "SNAP!"

Hoosier
03-18-2009, 09:51 AM
Great post Julie keep em coming. JDog your post was inflammatory and just plain mean, Boo.

Pete
03-18-2009, 10:05 AM
Great post Julie
You know the Simson jury aquitted him because he appears to be a nice guy,and sincere . Pathological people are very decieving you know. They don't have a concious and don't remember the last thing they said or did. They will look you in the eye and sincere as can be will tell you something the opposite of what you just witnessed.

Unfortunately the government is full of these mental patients and idiots will always vote out of their greedy desires. Some voted for him because they believe in his socialistic ways,,,but most because he is a black robin hood who speaks so elequently . Most people who voted for him lack character so they could never spot another person who lacked character. And they dont care ,,,they just want free stuff

Pete

Franco
03-18-2009, 10:21 AM
I think JDogger needs to oepn her eyes and get her head out of the sand. It is the gullible that have us in the mess known as Obomo.

Great article!

BrianW
03-18-2009, 10:26 AM
Julie. I now understand why your avatar shows a dog only seeing with its right eye. The left eye has been permanantly blinded by hatred of the things that it fears and does not understand. What a perfect avatar to choose for yourself. I hope that you do not limit yourself to clients that only reflect your viewpoint. If you do, you limit your market, and your sale-ability. And trually... in a tight market like No. Va. who cares what politics a client may possess?

JD
Nice attempt JD, straight out of Alinsky
rule 11: "pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it."

... bait an opponent into reacting. “The enemy properly goaded and guided in his reaction will be your major strength.”

JDogger
03-18-2009, 11:42 AM
Dogbreath,
Thanks for the real estate advice. I'll be sure to contact you when I need some sales help. I'm glad you like my avatar; that's my Panda puppy who has wild eyes--two of them. She sees pretty well actually; we're pretty happy with how well she's doing for her age and the fact her training got put on hold after my house fire.
I don't know whether to be flattered or creeped out that you've researched me and what I do. But here's a little personal feedback for you: I doubt most buyers care what their agent reads. I know my clients didn't. Fortunately your kind--the commie symps, trilateral pimps and welfare leeches--prefer a more urban environment than the area where I live and work. Fauquier County is still rural and relatively unspoiled. It's not exactly Northern Virginia; the from-heres still outnumber the come-heres and it's been a solidly Republican county for many, many years. If you're going to cyber-stalk, get your facts right.

No stalking. You offered up your website. I took a glance.

Many years ago Warreton, The Plains, Halfway, Middleburg were my home. I knew the people there well. I went to school with kids who were absent fall and spring, for planting and harvesting. It was not all horses and Goldcup steeplechases then.

The article you cite is biased, as biased as if I were to say, "It's all Bush's fault."

But if that's what you like in your saucer...lap it up.

Julie R.
03-18-2009, 01:26 PM
No stalking. You offered up your website. I took a glance.

Many years ago Warreton, The Plains, Halfway, Middleburg were my home. I knew the people there well. I went to school with kids who were absent fall and spring, for planting and harvesting. It was not all horses and Goldcup steeplechases then.

The article you cite is biased, as biased as if I were to say, "It's all Bush's fault."

But if that's what you like in your saucer...lap it up.

Actually JDog, you would've had to google me or visit my profile page to find my website, it's not exactly 'offered up'. I'm not saying it's a secret or anything; it's just a little creepy you would visit it and then feel the need to comment on how I do business.

And your little comment on how my county is 'not all horses and Gold Cup' is pertinent...how? I own and operate a working farm; I foxhunted for years and still own horses. Certainly I've attended many a Gold Cup, but so have millions of other people. My SO is a local farm boy who grew up on a dairy in Middleburg.

Finally--me posting an article from the news media is not the same as you claiming "It's all Bush's fault." Nearly anything we read in the media is biased. I've got plenty of friends who read the Washington Post and listen to MSNBC, CNN and any of a number of news sources that are decidedly biased. I wouldn't dream of publicly attacking someone I don't know and telling them how to run their business because I don't agree with the content of what they read. That's tacky and lower class.

Here's a little personal feedback JDog--don't take it personally that most people on this board disagree with your socialist mindset. It doesn't mean we're bad people and need your help to do our jobs. Judge not....

Bob Gutermuth
03-18-2009, 01:34 PM
Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!

Martin
03-19-2009, 12:36 AM
Another Phrase used by the youngsters..."Hey JDog, you need some cream for that burn?"
Good article Julie. Sometimes truth hurts.

Don't mess with Julie!

txbadger
03-19-2009, 08:58 AM
Attack the messenger isn't a cool thing, JDog.

road kill
03-19-2009, 09:44 AM
Actually JDog, you would've had to google me or visit my profile page to find my website, it's not exactly 'offered up'. I'm not saying it's a secret or anything; it's just a little creepy you would visit it and then feel the need to comment on how I do business.

And your little comment on how my county is 'not all horses and Gold Cup' is pertinent...how? I own and operate a working farm; I foxhunted for years and still own horses. Certainly I've attended many a Gold Cup, but so have millions of other people. My SO is a local farm boy who grew up on a dairy in Middleburg.

Finally--me posting an article from the news media is not the same as you claiming "It's all Bush's fault." Nearly anything we read in the media is biased. I've got plenty of friends who read the Washington Post and listen to MSNBC, CNN and any of a number of news sources that are decidedly biased. I wouldn't dream of publicly attacking someone I don't know and telling them how to run their business because I don't agree with the content of what they read. That's tacky and lower class.

Here's a little personal feedback JDog--don't take it personally that most people on this board disagree with your socialist mindset. It doesn't mean we're bad people and need your help to do our jobs. Judge not....

I, too, looked at your site.

I want to compliment you and what appears to be excellent results from seizing an opportunity and working hard to capitalize on it.

A foreign concept to some.

Just out of curiosity, how many Government handouts or stimulus grants did you use??:cool:

badbullgator
03-19-2009, 10:13 AM
Attack the messenger isn't a cool thing, JDog.


No but it makes them feel better when they have nothing else except the old "blame bush" thing.

ErinsEdge
03-19-2009, 02:33 PM
Julie and Pete-you Rock for nailing it.

M Remington
03-19-2009, 09:47 PM
Julie, the newspaper you quoted is a right-wing rag. You need to pick a more reputable, mainstream publication to support your argument.

dixidawg
03-19-2009, 10:13 PM
When you can't attack the message, attack the messenger. :confused:

JDogger
03-19-2009, 11:26 PM
Julie, the newspaper you quoted is a right-wing rag. You need to pick a more reputable, mainstream publication to support your argument.

Be careful Mark, you take on a three page Julie fan club. but thanks anyway....

JDogger

road kill
03-20-2009, 07:01 AM
Julie, the newspaper you quoted is a right-wing rag. You need to pick a more reputable, mainstream publication to support your argument.


What....it only counts if it is a "left wing rag??"

Marvin S
03-20-2009, 09:49 AM
Julie, the newspaper you quoted is a right-wing rag. You need to pick a more reputable, mainstream publication to support your argument.

I would imagine that on your planet that anything right of the "Workers Daily" would be unacceptable. :razz: :razz:

But a little quote from someone in hippieland ( WWU, Bellingham, WA)


The Leno show is where Obama belongs, He is not a President, Commander in Chief or even a decent leader. He is a celebrity elected by a bunch of fools who prefer celebrity over substance. He is an actor, not even a politician. He pretends to be something other than the half-white, half-black offspring of a hippie mother who had indiscrimate sex with a African foreign national who deserted them after 2 years. He openly ignores that white portion of his heritage although his white grandmother & grandfather raised & supported him. It is just more trendy to be a minority named Barack, married to an opinionated, overbearing black woman, & he definitely likes trendy. Additionally, given his penchant for being involved in all things outside of government & the pathetic job he does trying to run the country from his teleprompters, he should probably just attend all the NCAA playoffs.

Lefty's, answer that in your OWN words, the person who wrote it is just a person with a perceptive eye.

code3retrievers
03-20-2009, 11:50 AM
At least it appears to be a real newspaper on like some people who qoute the Huffinton Post

Julie R.
03-20-2009, 06:39 PM
Be careful Mark, you take on a three page Julie fan club. but thanks anyway....

JDogger

The thing is, Marx and I have met and actually shared a few laughs together. Even if I disagree with him, I find him entertaining. You might note that while he criticized my source, he refrained from passing judgment on me personally or how I run my business. A little common courtesy goes a long way, you might try it sometime.

Hey Marx, we need a puppy stakes judge Easter weekend, if you're in the area! :mrgreen:

M Remington
03-20-2009, 10:17 PM
If I had known you were so conservative, I wouldn't have worn my tie-dye when we met (and I would have tried to talk you out of it). I'll always make a trip north to judge with you!

JDogger
03-21-2009, 12:35 AM
The thing is, Marx and I have met and actually shared a few laughs together. Even if I disagree with him, I find him entertaining. You might note that while he criticized my source, he refrained from passing judgment on me personally or how I run my business. A little common courtesy goes a long way, you might try it sometime.



I'm sure we could share a few laughs together as well, Julie. As I stated earlier, I grew up in your nieghborhood.

Our being here together on RTF, demonstrates our shared interest in retrievers.

While we may disagree on subjects political, that is what this sub-forum is here to allow. Don't take disagreement personally.

While I find your posts on RTF POTUS PLACE to be caustic and abrasive. I recognize your overall contributions to RTF, and believe that you are a 'good person'.

JD

Bruce MacPherson
03-21-2009, 02:45 AM
You don't have to read an article to see how the President is doing. I don't want to see him on Leno or town hall meetings, I want him to show up for work. He runs the real risk of being a lame duck before his first 100 days are up.
This wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing except it would mean he still has 3 years and 265 days to foul things up worse than they already are and it's becoming clearer by the day that he has the ability to do just that.