User talk:SchutteGod

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Welcome to my talk page. Just leave your comments with my underlings, who will with some cajoling, pass them along to me, or at least give me the gist of it. SchutteGod (talk) 18:17, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

My Edit To: History of the United States Republican Party[edit]

The 2010 mid-term elections was a remarkable event in the history of the Republican party, and politics in general. To not record that is to ignore a bright spot in it's history. It was factual, and pertaining to the "history" part of the article. With the democrats control of the majority of the legislative seats in the past 100 years, it stands out with historic proportion. Perhaps keeping the number of gained seats in this election and the last time it's occurred can be a compromise. jjrj24 {talk} —Preceding undated comment added 00:45, 17 November 2010 (UTC).

Page moves[edit]

Before making significant page moves like you did with List of female state governors in the United States, it is first appropriate to gain consensus on the article's talk page instead of just going for it like you did. GrszX 17:04, 6 October 2008 (UTC)

I have no idea what your prejudice against the word "female" might be - because yuo have not bothered to explain or discuss it. Please feel free to begin a discussion on the talk page of the list to see if there is support for moving the page. KillerChihuahua?!? 17:11, 6 October 2008 (UTC)

SchutteGod is disruptive and silly. The word “female” is a completely acceptable adjective. The word “woman” makes a better noun. For example: first female president, or, first woman to serve as president etc.

Please knock it off SchutteGod. Hello4321 (talk) 07:40, 7 October 2008 (UTC)

Sarah Palin[edit]

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Remember you're already past WP:3RR. If you still fell strongly about this you might want to consider to bring it up at the talk page, revealing sources that confirm your last edit [1] (that I'm about to revert since it is WP:OR and seems to be based only on your personal opinion about conservatism). If you can provide WP:RSs to confirm your claim I'll gladly retract any further action regarding this matter, (reverting myself again and leaving your edit as it stands now). Besides that, I would like to point out that bringing up "notability" in different edit [2] (in about the same time frame) makes me wonder why you blanked Collin Powell as he is pretty sure the most notable Republican political figure on the conservative side. As for Frum, if you would like to leave him out I don't have strong feelings about it, yet, I'm not the only editor and you have to "fight" this with whoever pops up. Also on the side: Some felt the need to include Powell's "remark/quote" about Palin which was rightfully rejected. I was part of it; Where you? I don't know and I don't feel like searching for it but assuming your point of view I guess it was in your spirit. The point? It could be a lot "worse" but it's in the spirit and guidelines of WP and will be again after my edit. Cheer up; Don't mourn.--The Magnificent Clean-keeper (talk) 01:48, 10 November 2008 (UTC)

Michelle Obama[edit]

what the heck is an "A.B." degree?

Believe it or not SchutteGod, many universities, including Princeton, give A.B. degrees. Sometimes it helps to do a tad bit of research before impulsively reverting. Check out Princeton's website. Ward3001 (talk) 20:27, 23 March 2009 (UTC)

History of Fox News[edit]

Why did you change the title of my article?--Jerzeykydd (talk) 22:56, 28 June 2009 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Robert Marcato[edit]

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United States Virgin Islands Republican caucuses, 2012[edit]

I've started a discussion about the changes on the talk page. I think I understand where you're coming from, and looking back, you were right that there was too much weight on certain points. I don't think all of the information warranted removal and explained why on the talk page. I'd appreciate your thoughts on it. Thanks! Ravensfire (talk) 16:34, 20 March 2012 (UTC)

Nomination of Ryan Pierce (The West Wing) for deletion[edit]

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Attacking me is fun[edit]

So you removed a statistic I placed in the 2012 US Presidential Election article, you called my edit 'irrelevant' and 'original research'. It's neither. The information I provided is not original research, the 314,756,000 number I gave as an estimate for the US population does not come from me. It is sourced by a variety of Wikipedia articles, including the article on the United Stars and the article on List of Countries by Population. The source for the estimate is the official US population clock. So honestly, fuck you for lauding a false allegation against me. There's count one. Count two, you don't dictate what is relevant, period. People can decide for themselves what is relevant and what is not. You said that me quoting that number and pointing out that only 39.1% of the US populace decided the elections is incorrect because that number includes children. Well so what? Are you suggesting that over 60% of the US population is made up of persons under the age of 18? That's not true, the 60% I was pointing out, the majority that had no say in the elections are not made up mostly of children. Otherwise that would leave the adult population at about 40%, which is absurd. Grow up, your editorial style sucks. DarkApollo (talk) 04:04, 13 November 2012 (UTC)DarkApollo

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