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(NT) McCain was funnier.
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Being funny ...

is an essential competence of a President. Wasn't one of most successful recent Republican presidents a comedy actor by profession?

Kees

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No....

if you're referring to Reagan, he starred in many different kinds of films, drama, comedy, adventure and Westerns.

He did have a great sense of humor though.

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No, he meant

what a joke BC and JC were.

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(NT) What republicans are BC and JC?
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Who said they were Republcans?

Note correct capitalization, dan.

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(NT) Kees did.
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(NT) No he didn't.
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Well, he did.

Kees: "Wasn't one of most successful recent Republican presidents..."

Ed: [Corrects Kees as to Reagan's acting range.]

Critic: "No, he [Kees] meant what a joke BC and JC were."

Dan

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So I'm right then.

Thanks for admitting it.

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(NT) Lol. No, you're not, Ed.
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So where did Kees say BC and JC were Republicans?

I don't see it in your post or anywhere in this thread. He never mentioned them. Your post seems to prove I'm right. It won't hurt to admit the ruth, honest.

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Kees referred to republicans.

Critic gave possibilities of what Kees was referring to.

It's pretty straightforward. Perhaps Critic was unclear in his statement.

Dan

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Note correct capitalization

I recall you saying, words to the effect, that correcting grammar/spelling wasn't your thing

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Can you back that up?

Dan uses lower case spellings as a mark of disrespect. I've called him on it before. No one is fooled by his antics.

Very cheap and crude.

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Can you back that up?

You don't deny it?

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I gave you the answer

No more ride please.

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I gave you the answer.

When McCain asked Obama about Ayers

He gave him the answer

Don't you wish Obama could just tell McCain

No more ride please.

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is "Can you back that up?"

the same as "Do you have proof?"
or "Can you support your claim??"


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Something like that...

Go check the Google.

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