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returntothepit >> discuss >> Katherine Harris is seriously crazier then Ann Coulter by whiskey_weed_and_women on Aug 25,2006 2:35am
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toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Aug 25,2006 2:35am
Iíve served in the State Senate, Iíve served statewide as Secretary of State and now Iím serving in Congress.

Every single office Iíve fulfilled every one of my promises that I made. Iíve been able to pass bills that theyíve said would take six years in the Congress and Iíve done it in six months. Like for housing for low income folks or making sure child predators stay in prison a lot longer. And if I could do that in the House, I can do so much more in the Senate with my experience.

The fact is that Bill Nelson has done nothing. And when you look at my accomplishments and my voting record, versus Bill Nelsonís, it is a clear indicator where Florida will want to go.

Floridians ... are not, the Democrats even, are not Ėthe party of Ted Kennedy. And Bill Nelson has voted lock-step with Ted Kennedy.

In fact, according to the National Journal, a well-respected non-partisan publication, last year they rated Bill Nelsonís voting record to the left as more liberal than Hilary Clinton or Charles Schumer. Hilary was at 70, Schumer was at 71, Bill Nelson was 76.7. ... Thatís how far to the leftóand the newspapers in Florida are just so disingenuous about his being moderate. Iím the only one whoís voted to support marriage in this entire race, primary and general.

Why are you the best-qualified candidate?
I have the experience to hit the ground running in the United States Senate. I have the record of accomplishments that proves that I deliver my promises. I have the voting record that matches up head to head with Nelson and crushes him in Florida.

And I have proven that I will not kowtow to the media and all the pressure. I wonít kowtow to even the part of the elite in my own party when they want to do something thatís not right for Florida. And I think that I have a history that proves Iím not going to do whatís popular. I am going to do whatís right. The other candidates have no records and while they have certain stands there is no evidence that they are going to be able to stand as I have proven.

What is your personal religious faith?
I am Christian.

Are you involved in a local place of worship? If so, in what way?
Calvary Chapel in Sarasota is my base. I grew up as a Presbyterian, in the PCA (the USA is more liberal), and here I attend the Calvary Chapel. My heritage, my grandfather was a missionary in Africa and my aunt and uncle were missionaries in India and now they head up Arab World Missions. My brother-in-law is a Christian singer who has won number one song of the year, every year, his name is Wes King. So, I had a godly family. But I think what changed me the most was I had a chance to study under Dr. Francis Schaeffer. I studied under him at LíAbris. So, itís a faith that is active and real and not just on paper. Itís the most important thing in my life.

Some day all of us have to give an account before God for what we have done. Are you certain in your own heart that when you come to that point of accounting that youíll spend eternity with God in Heaven?
No question.

One day when you stand before God, if He says to you, ďWhy should I let you into my Heaven?Ē What you would say in response?
Thatís an interesting question. Because I loved Your Son and because I know He died for my sins. I know He was resurrected at Your right hand and I served Him. You know weíre covered with, our sins are covered with His blood and so we are blameless before Him. We are as white as snow.

How does your faith impact the way you view your responsibilities as a public official?
They animate. Clearly, I wish I could tell you I never made a mistake in my walk every day, but in terms of my votes, my faith and my actions have to animate everything I do. I sponsored and passed the parental consent bill in the Florida Senate. The first time it has ever passed the Florida Senate. I have a 100 percent voting record with the Christian Coalition. I have a 100 percent voting record with the traditional values groups. Bill Nelson will have a 0-20 percent. Bill voted against the partial-birth abortion ban. He voted against the marriage between a man and a woman, not once, but twice. He voted against the Lacey and Connor act which would say that if you murder a pregnant womanÖitís a double murder. He voted against parental consent and he voted against Judge Alito, which is really remarkable. A representative of Florida.

What role do you think people of faith should play in politics and government?
The Bible says we are to be salt and light. And salt and light means not just in the church and not just as a teacher or as a pastor or a banker or a lawyer, but in government and we have to have elected officials in government and we have to have the faithful in government and over time, that lie we have been told, the separation of church and state, people have internalized, thinking that they needed to avoid politics and that is so wrong because God is the one who chooses our rulers. And if we are the ones not actively involved in electing those godly men and women and if people arenít involved in helping godly men in getting elected than weíre going to have a nation of secular laws. Thatís not what our founding fathers intended and thatís certainly isnít what God intended. So itís really important that members of the church know peopleís stands. Itís really important that they get involved in campaigns. I said Iím going to run a campaign of integrity. Iím not going to run it like all of the campaigns that Iíve seen beforeÖ. And you know, itís hard to find people that are gonna behave that way in a campaign and be honorable that way in a campaign. But thatís why we need the faithful and we need to take back this country. Itís time that the churches get involved. Pastors, from the pulpit, can invite people to speak, not on politics, but of their faith. But they can discern, they can ask those people running for election, in the pulpit, what is your position on gay marriage? What is your position on abortion? That is totally permissible in 5013C organizations. They simply cannot endorse from the pulpit. And thatís why Iíve gone to churches and Iíve spoken in four churches, five churches a day on Sunday and people line up afterwards because itís so important that they know. And if we donít get involved as Christians then how could we possibly take this back?

Do you support civil rights protections on the basis of sexual preference?
Civil rights have to do with individual rights and I donít think they apply to the gay issues. I have not supported gay marriage and I do not support any civil rights actions with regard to homosexuality.

Do you support a federal constitutional amendment to define marriage as being only between one man and one woman? Why or why not?
I fully support a federal constitutional amendment to define marriage as being only between one man and one woman. I have voted in support of the Marriage Protection Amendment because we should not undermine the uniqueness of an institution that continues to serve as an essential thread in the fabric of our society.

Do you support the Florida Marriage Protection Amendment?
Absolutely. I have signed on the amendment, I have promoted the amendment. I have stood with them and done press conferences for that amendment and no other candidate has in the primary or the general. They may have signed it but obviously not done press conferences and such.

Setting aside for the moment the public policy questions related to abortion, is abortion a moral evil? Why or why not?
Yes. Because itís a life, itís a life. Life begins at conception.

What public policy limits on abortion have you supported or will you support in order to decrease the number of abortions in our nation?
First and foremost, one of the most important things we can do is encourage abstinence in the schools. Thatís really important. The Promise Keepers and some of the things that theyíve been able to do with dads and their daughters, itís really important. We need to do more, so much more, with adoption and counseling so that women really know what is at stake and the opportunities that exist and have such opportunity for adoption. Because many of the couples throughout the country, they go abroad because that just isnít available and abortion is so readily available. Clearly I would only, from a public policy standpoint, I would limit abortion to rape and life of the mother and incest, but for my personal standpoint, I would not have an abortion for any of those cases.

What is your view of Gov. Bushís efforts on behalf of Terri Schiavo?
Well, we voted in the United States House of Representatives to preserve her life. I voted to support her life. I supported (Bushís) efforts. I took a more pro-active stance than any primary or general election candidate because I actually voted to support her life.

Is there something wrong with Florida and federal statutes when a severely brain-damaged woman whoís not in the process of dying can be starved and dehydrated to death by her husband with the assistance of the courts?
Itís unconscionable. Having a feeding tube and being hydrated are not life-sustaining. If that were the case then youíd have to take a look at prisoners. I mean, we provide them food and hydration. It is unconscionable. That is normal living. That is what we require to live and to allow that kind of death was truly devastating.

Should food and water be defined as extraordinary care, thus permitting such care to be denied to persons like Terri Schiavo?
Itís not extraordinary care or we should take a look at our own life.

What is your view on state funding of embryonic stem cell research?
I am adamantly opposed to embryonic stem cell research and voted as such. Iím the only candidate in the primary or general whoís voted against embryonic stem cell research and has voted for cord blood research and adult stem cell research. Weíve had enormous successes with nasal cells, other things in terms of adult stem cell research as well as cord blood. There are no successes for embryonic. That is why the private sector is not involved and there is no justification for taking a live embryo and destroying it.

Why should Florida Baptists care about this primary election?
They should care about this election period. I will tell you that everywhere I go throughout the state and even the nation, people say the pollsters, the politicians and spirituallyóthat Florida is the forerunner state. That what happens in Florida sets the trend for what happens nationally. And with this election, if Bill Nelson wins, itís going to be a very frightening proposition in 2008 in the presidential elections because whoever wins Florida will win the presidency. And heíll be in a position to largely influence. No other candidate can beat Bill Nelson except for me. No one even has a chance because of name identification and fund raising abilities and things like that. But the real issue is why should Baptists care, why should people care? If you are not electing Christians, tried and true, under public scrutiny and pressure, if youíre not electing Christians then in essence you are going to legislate sin. They can legislate sin. They can say that abortion is alright. They can vote to sustain gay marriage. And that will take western civilization, indeed other nations because people look to our country as one nation as under God and whenever we legislate sin and we say abortion is permissible and we say gay unions are permissible, then average citizens who are not Christians, because they donít know better, we are leading them astray and itís wrong. ...

I wonder how her campaign is faring in "Godís eyes?"



toggletoggle post by BornSoVile   at Aug 25,2006 2:37am
Katherine Harris, now that's a broad I wanna fuck, wicked hardcore. Definately better looking than Coulter.



toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Aug 25,2006 2:38am
incase youre lazy here's some keypoints

On civil rights for gays: "Civil rights have to do with individual rights and I don't think they apply to the gay issues. I have not supported gay marriage and I do not support any civil rights actions with regard to homosexuality."

When asked if abortion is a moral evil: "Yes. Because it's a life, it's a life. Life begins at conception."

Stem cell research: "I'm the only candidate in the primary or general who's voted against embryonic stem cell research and has voted for cord blood research and adult stem cell research. ... There are no successes for embryonic. That is why the private sector is not involved and there is no justification for taking a live embryo and destroying it."

Regarding the Florida primary: "Florida is the forerunner state. ...[W]hat happens in Florida sets the trend for what happens nationally. And with this election, if Bill Nelson wins, itís going to be a very frightening proposition in 2008 in the presidential elections because whoever wins Florida will win the presidency."



toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Aug 25,2006 2:38am
BornSoVile said:
Katherine Harris, now that's a broad I wanna fuck, wicked hardcore. Definately better looking than Coulter.


well you know as much as i crazy broads are the best lays



toggletoggle post by powerkok   at Aug 25,2006 4:24am
who???



toggletoggle post by powerkok   at Aug 25,2006 4:24am
or better yet....who cares?



toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Aug 25,2006 10:16am
youre friends with rick santorum arent you



toggletoggle post by litacore nli at Aug 25,2006 10:27am
KH wears more pancake makeup than RuPaul, for Chrissakes



toggletoggle post by xmikex at Aug 25,2006 10:34am
Totally irrelevant. Florida residents are on track to elect a bottle of prune juice to the senate. It's inevitable.



toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Aug 25,2006 10:44am
xmikex said:
Totally irrelevant. Florida residents are on track to elect a bottle of prune juice to the senate. It's inevitable.


how is it irrelevant this is the person in charge of the recount for the bush/gore vote. seeing her go down and possible having someone with two cents worth of thought down there incharge is good for the whole country.



toggletoggle post by ShadowSD  at Aug 25,2006 10:59am
I have the FUNNIEST clip of her on tape being interviewed by David Gregory on Hardball. Every time he says something, she starts making eyes at him like she wants to do him, it's CREEPY. Not to mention hilarious.

I wish I knew how to transfer the clip to the computer so you guys could all see it.



toggletoggle post by BobNOMAAMRooney nli at Aug 25,2006 12:21pm
I bet she has Gortex makeup to deflect facials.



toggletoggle post by Josh_Martin at Aug 25,2006 1:10pm
Wow. Just....fucking wow.
Makes me want to move to FL so I can vote against her.
And people think Islam is the biggest threat to America.



toggletoggle post by Josh_Martin at Aug 25,2006 1:12pm
And I'm glad to see no one has been stupid enough to say "I'm not reading all that"
Shit like this needs to be exposed.



toggletoggle post by pam   at Aug 25,2006 1:19pm
Setting aside for the moment the public policy questions related to abortion, is abortion a moral evil? Why or why not?
Yes. Because itís a life, itís a life. Life begins at conception.

FUCK FUCK FUCK YOU CUNT.

"If you are not electing Christians, tried and true, under public scrutiny and pressure, if youíre not electing Christians then in essence you are going to legislate sin. They can legislate sin."

I hope this cunt falls into a volcano.



toggletoggle post by shrapnel ! at Aug 25,2006 1:19pm
Josh_Martin said:
And I'm glad to see no one has been stupid enough to say "I'm not reading all that"
Shit like this needs to be exposed.


seriously these are the people running our country right now



toggletoggle post by pam   at Aug 25,2006 1:21pm
I fucking yelled and danced around my bedroom yesterday when I saw that Plan B passed for over the counter. That cunt is probably on her knees crying over how everyone is just going to fuck like animals because the "abortion pill" passed and not even batting an eyelash at the 500 viagra commercials on TV.



toggletoggle post by anonymous at Aug 25,2006 1:21pm
anne coulter is hot



toggletoggle post by pam   at Aug 25,2006 1:22pm
anonymous said:
anne coulter is hot


She begs for a broken broom handle up her ass, doesn't she?



toggletoggle post by hoser at Aug 25,2006 1:31pm
pam said:
Setting aside for the moment the public policy questions related to abortion, is abortion a moral evil? Why or why not?
Yes. Because itís a life, itís a life. Life begins at conception.

FUCK FUCK FUCK YOU CUNT.

"If you are not electing Christians, tried and true, under public scrutiny and pressure, if youíre not electing Christians then in essence you are going to legislate sin. They can legislate sin."

I hope this cunt falls into a volcano.



Hahahahahahahahaha....falls into a volcano. I'm gonna have to start using that a lot.

I hope Josh Martin falls into a volcano. A volcano full of REALLY hot lava. Hot lava that would melt his skin off and vaporize his bones!!! Then the volcano would erupt and blow hot lava all over Lawrence and melt all of the people sitting in the Bodegas there. Then it would create a huge hole and the whole state of Mass. would be sucked into the hole and the only survivors would be the other people on this board because for the most part, I like you all. Then I would use my level 31 Warlock in World of Warcraft to resurrect Josh Martin except he would come back and not be such a big asshole and then he and I would trot on white horses along a New Hampshire beach together. We would sit down to a warm campfire on the beach and I would watch Josh's hair dance in the cool fall breeze. He and I would reconcile about our angry youth's and sip a cool Chardonnay. Then Pam would come along and ask us if wanted to go striper fishing. Josh would punch me in the arm like a pal does and say, "Hey bud...you up for some fishing or are you too scared?" Then we would both laugh voraciously as Pam looked on. Pam would say, "you guys...." and sigh. Then we would all grab our rods and I would teach Josh to cast and we would both laugh at his first few messy attempts until he finally gets the hang of it. Then I would say, "You got it now buddy!" We would fish into the sunset until the stars above devoured the moment.

The End

By Hoser




toggletoggle post by Josh_Martin at Aug 25,2006 1:36pm
Leave it to Hoser to stick up for Katherine Harris.



toggletoggle post by shrapnel ! at Aug 25,2006 1:39pm
Josh_Martin said:
Leave it to Hoser to stick up for Katherine Harris.


naw leave it up to maine and new hampshiere



toggletoggle post by Josh_Martin at Aug 25,2006 1:40pm
"naw" its just you.



toggletoggle post by shrapnel ! at Aug 25,2006 1:41pm
Josh_Martin said:
"naw" its just you.


uh ok



toggletoggle post by Man_of_the_Century at Aug 25,2006 1:59pm



toggletoggle post by anonymous at Aug 25,2006 2:00pm
pam said:
anonymous said:
anne coulter is hot


She begs for a broken broom handle up her ass, doesn't she?


yeah,i guess she does,but i'm not joking when i say she is a goddess



toggletoggle post by anonymous at Aug 25,2006 2:01pm
i agree with her politics too!



toggletoggle post by hoser at Aug 25,2006 2:06pm
Josh_Martin said:
Leave it to Hoser to stick up for Katherine Harris.


I don't agree with her at all. I really don't care. At all.

I do care about the whole hot lava deal though. I seriously think that a little hot lava and striper fishing could go a long way.....Especially if Pam were there...she's hot lava.

What do ya say pal? We should pour a chilled glass of Sprite and talk about stuff. Oh wait...I mean Chardonnay.

I would love to see hot lava for real....that shit could melt just about anything.



toggletoggle post by brian_dc  at Aug 25,2006 2:14pm
"We are as white as snow. "-KH

should be the republican party's official slogan



toggletoggle post by brian_dc  at Aug 25,2006 2:17pm
I also love the prickish air some republicans are carrying when they say shit that implies that if you vote for democrats you're voting for more terrorist attacks and we're all gonna die. Dude, a republican was in the white house during the last attack...right?

Not that terrorists give a shit which political party is in charge. Goddamn, I hate electoral politics.



toggletoggle post by HailTheLeaf  at Aug 25,2006 2:37pm edited Aug 25,2006 2:43pm
whiskey_weed_and_women said:
I have a 100 percent voting record with the traditional values groups. Bill Nelson will have a 0-20 percent. Bill voted against the partial-birth abortion ban. He voted against the marriage between a man and a woman, not once, but twice.


There was never a vote against the marriage between a man and a woman, because there's never been legislation to outlaw marriage between men and women...I wonder if Karl Rove taught her that spin...

Setting aside for the moment the public policy questions related to abortion, is abortion a moral evil? Why or why not?
Yes. Because itís a life, itís a life. Life begins at conception.


How the fuck does she know life begins at conception? Last time I checked no one was really sure about that one. I wonder if she runs to the hospital every month to try and save the life of her menstral clot.

What public policy limits on abortion have you supported or will you support in order to decrease the number of abortions in our nation?
First and foremost, one of the most important things we can do is encourage abstinence in the schools. Thatís really important. The Promise Keepers and some of the things that theyíve been able to do with dads and their daughters, itís really important.


Encouraging abstinence and surpressing sex education and birth control is not only ineffective, it causes a disastrous number of unplanned, unwanted pregnacies and disease, leading to the deaths of thousands of women and real live children...not just clusters of cells.


What is your view of Gov. Bushís efforts on behalf of Terri Schiavo?
Well, we voted in the United States House of Representatives to preserve her life. I voted to support her life. I supported (Bushís) efforts. I took a more pro-active stance than any primary or general election candidate because I actually voted to support her life. .


How disgusting is it that a private, personal family matter like this was violated by the government, put to a vote by a group of rich, out of touch douchebags who never even knew the woman or her family? It was none of anyone's fucking business but the family and their doctor! They used a dying woman as a political pawn to advance their sickening agenda. I'm sure Jesus would approve though.

Should food and water be defined as extraordinary care, thus permitting such care to be denied to persons like Terri Schiavo?
Itís not extraordinary care or we should take a look at our own life.


I didn't hear her speaking so loudly about food and water after hurricane Katrina. They should slow roast her over an open fire, there's a reality show I'd watch.




toggletoggle post by HailTheLeaf  at Aug 25,2006 2:40pm
pam said:
I fucking yelled and danced around my bedroom yesterday when I saw that Plan B passed for over the counter. That cunt is probably on her knees crying over how everyone is just going to fuck like animals because the "abortion pill" passed and not even batting an eyelash at the 500 viagra commercials on TV.


That made my day as well, about fucking time eh?



toggletoggle post by CaptainCleanoff at Aug 25,2006 3:44pm
It is open season on vaginas!



toggletoggle post by hoser at Aug 25,2006 3:48pm
Now I can have sex with Hail the Leaf and not have to worry about a mongoloid baby!!!!

YAYYY....Let's hump you little hippy pig!!!! Bring that mound of stinky fur over here and lets bat the beef around!!!



toggletoggle post by CaptainCleanoff at Aug 25,2006 4:19pm
hoser said:
Now I can have sex with Hail the Leaf and not have to worry about a mongoloid baby!!!!

YAYYY....Let's hump you little hippy pig!!!! Bring that mound of stinky fur over here and lets bat the beef around!!!







toggletoggle post by pam   at Aug 25,2006 4:24pm
aw...dude...



toggletoggle post by pam   at Aug 25,2006 4:27pm
hoser said:
Josh_Martin said:
Leave it to Hoser to stick up for Katherine Harris.


I don't agree with her at all. I really don't care. At all.

I do care about the whole hot lava deal though. I seriously think that a little hot lava and striper fishing could go a long way.....Especially if Pam were there...she's hot lava.

What do ya say pal? We should pour a chilled glass of Sprite and talk about stuff. Oh wait...I mean Chardonnay.

I would love to see hot lava for real....that shit could melt just about anything.


What kinda fishin' we talking about here? I'm a salt water kinda girl. Something tells me you're a fresh water guy. It could just never be.



toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Aug 25,2006 5:57pm
brian_dc said:
I also love the prickish air some republicans are carrying when they say shit that implies that if you vote for democrats you're voting for more terrorist attacks and we're all gonna die. Dude, a republican was in the white house during the last attack...right?

Not that terrorists give a shit which political party is in charge. Goddamn, I hate electoral politics.


actually most republicans blame bill clinton for the actions of bin laden saying he should have caught him after the first attacks on the towers.

or maybe it was something about middle earth im not sure.



toggletoggle post by Dankill at Aug 25,2006 7:34pm
I lean to the Right and I think this lady is fucking nuts and useless.
I have about as much love for a religious nut, in any sect, as I would for a commie getting into office.

Pam, you'll be happy to know I'm a pro choice right winger. Just keep it sane and regulate it like any law or health issue because it,like any health or drug issue can be abused.



toggletoggle post by pam   at Aug 25,2006 7:46pm
I think that makes you more of a centrist.



toggletoggle post by Dankill at Aug 25,2006 9:07pm
You could say that. I have to lay out my stances on issues one of these days.



toggletoggle post by HailTheLeaf  at Aug 25,2006 11:30pm
hoser said:
Now I can have sex with Hail the Leaf and not have to worry about a mongoloid baby!!!!

YAYYY....Let's hump you little hippy pig!!!! Bring that mound of stinky fur over here and lets bat the beef around!!!


not if you were the last penis on earth...



toggletoggle post by Ronald Neville Chamberlain at Nov 26,2012 1:34pm
OP is a LIBERAL!!!!



toggletoggle post by DestroyYouAlot  at Nov 27,2012 1:32am
So, wait, did hoser ever dogplow HailTheLeaf, or what?



toggletoggle post by ShadowSD  at Nov 27,2012 7:10pm
They had a baby named Hose The Leaf who constantly argued with itself about politics.



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