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May 24, 2014 08:47:11   #
Caboose wrote:
Looks like the White House was managing damage control while the attack was in prograss.******i-lie-during-the-attacks/

It looks like you're as gullible as they come.
The Youtube "link" has already been sufficiently debunked, and not seen as credible by anyone who is interested in facts.
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May 24, 2014 08:44:54   #
. . .can you believe it?
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May 24, 2014 08:41:29   #
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie has turned his state’s multi-billion dollar pension fund into a giant political extortion racket, where top employees at 43 different investment firms were given contracts to manage $14 billion in retirement accounts after giving $11.6 million to Republican Party operations that helped elect Christie governor and fueled his rise as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.

This massive “pay-to-play” scheme is illegal under state and federal anti-corruption laws, but those hurdles did not deter Christie and the Republicans from raising the campaign funds and subsequently doling out the lucrative contracts, a two-month investigation tracing this political money train by Pando Daily’s David Sirota has found.

Some of the money was spent to support other republicans, and some democrats. But the majority of the $11.6 million was used for Christie's e******n efforts.
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Apr 2, 2014 15:40:22   #
. . .not to mention the fact that Christie called (New York) with a request to, ". . .get him (New York's investigator for the Port Authority) to back-off!"

YET, despite ALL of this undisputed EVIDENCE surfacing (-while those tied to Christie are getting thrown under the bus daily), NONE of the republicans residing in the state of New Jersey are coming to his defense; likewise, the vast majority of republicans across the country are silent.

So much for republicans being "tough on crime", and "supporting working Americans".

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Apr 2, 2014 15:30:45   #
Disquisted with our leaders wrote:
Wake up Obama is evil for this country. Have you not read who mentored him in his young years. Have you not read about his closest advisor in the White House has C*******t ties. America needs to wake up before we have lost our country from within.

. . .you really must be brain dead to continue swallowing the crap that they feed you through faux tv, and the Rush limberger radio show.
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Apr 2, 2014 15:19:57   #
Wolf counselor wrote:
Check and, I believe, check mate miss lily. Yes you have thoroughly vanquished this opponent. My compliments ma'am.

The problem with today's r****ts, and extremists:
(1.) you see EVERYONE who disagrees with you as an opponent. The real republicans knew how and when to end the partisan crap, and reason for the good of the country;
(2.) like the i***t who lied about "weapons of mass destruction", you are too quick to claim a victory where it does not exist. Mission accomplished (indeed).

So you, and Miss Lilly, can return to your premarital sexual activities with your barn yard friends, and leave the politics to those who know.

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Apr 2, 2014 15:12:02   #
bobgssc wrote:
The most important target is he who commits the most grievous crimes. I find it very hard to believe a veteran supports a criminal who absolutely disregards the constitution he was sworn to defend.
I'm also an Air Force veteran, 4 honorable dc's and a retirement

I doubt very seriously that a REAL veteran (*especially an air force veteran) would support ANY group, or institution that organizes in efforts to undermine the constitutional rights of American tax payers.

If you actually served long enough to retire, you apparently didn't have a problem supporting the bastards (both of them ) who orchestrated the Iran-Contra scandal;
. . .and if I were a gambling man, I'd bet everything in my savings account that you STILL support the lying, turd-sucking swine, who lied about, "weapons of mass destruction in Iraq".

Frankly, I just doubt that your years of service extends beyond a recliner parked in front of a television.
Otherwise, I'll match your DD-214, any day (assuming that you know what that is)..

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Apr 2, 2014 15:00:48   #
Lily wrote:
You might want to shut up with the arrest of five or six democratic people for corruption this week by the FBI. Christis is nothing compared to tracking in guns by a SF, CA counsil person, NC Mayor on bribes, etc.

You may be accustomed to being told to shut-up, being the off-spring of a brother & sister relationship.
Being an air force veteran, I'll exercise my freedom of speech as I choose.

Otherwise, you should continue to wait for your corrupted leaders on capitol hill to "find" (INVENT) a scandal that will stick to our President.
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Mar 28, 2014 20:47:00   #
-it might be worth giving-up Alaska, if we can put Sarah Palin in the deal!
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Mar 28, 2014 20:45:09   #
mkewlkez wrote:
Shouldn't be too hard for them; obummer IS a criminal. :hunf:

. . .and you would know, because your birth was a bi-product of a crime!
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Mar 28, 2014 20:19:49   #
The republicans campaign on a platform that includes being, "tough on crime".
Among the recent criminal convictions that they celebrated was that of former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
Their most important "target" is none other than President Obama. They will leave no stone un-turned in their search to find something to undermine his credibility, even when theirs is terribly strained.
Yet, when it comes to the very real, very credible, and very serious investigations of governor Chris Christie, they are always unusually silent (except the i***ts who are ignorant enough to attempt to defend him!)

*As an air force veteran, (honorable d.c.) -I celebrate the conviction of EVERY criminal, regardless of race, or political affiliation!
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Nov 26, 2013 19:25:03   #
Blade_Runner wrote:
Man, that skull of yours is thick, Wolfe, I mean, we're talking tons of concrete poured around a lead shield. No facts in, no facts out.

There have been 17 government shutdowns since 1976

Sept. 30 to Oct. 11, 1976, (10 days) POTUS Ford, Democrats controlled both houses.
Sept. 30 to Oct. 13, 1977 (12 days) POTUS Carter, Democrats controlled both houses
Oct. 31 to Nov. 9, 1977 (8 days) Carter, Democrats controlled both houses
Nov. 30 to Dec. 9, 1977 (8 days) Carter, Democrats controlled both houses
Sept. 30 to Oct.18, 1978 (18 days) Carter, Democrats controlled both houses
Sept. 30 to Oct. 12, 1979 (11 days) Carter. Democrats controlled both houses
Nov. 20-23, 1981 ( 2 days) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House.
Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, 1982 (1 day) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House.
Dec.17-21, 1982 (3 days) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House.
Nov. 10-14, 1983 (3 days) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House
Sept. 30 to Oct. 3, 1984 ( 2 days) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House
Oct. 3-5, 1984 (1 day) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House
Oct. 16-18, 1986 (1 day) Reagan, Republicans controlled the Senate, Dems controlled the House
Dec. 18-20, 1987 (1 day) Reagan, Democrats controlled both houses.
Oct. 5-9, 1990 (3 days) George H.W. Bush, Democrats controlled both houses.
Nov. 13-19, 1995 ( 5 days) Clinton, Republicans controlled both houses.
Dec. 5, 1995 to J*** 6, 1996 (21 days) Clinton, Republicans controlled both houses.
Oct. 1, 2013 to Oct 16, 2013, (16 days) Obama, Dems control the Senate, Republicans control the House.

Let me break that down.

You will note that under Dubya there were no shutdowns at all.

Under a Democrat president, the government was shutdown an accumulative total of 99 days.

Under a Republican president, the the government was shutdown an accumulative total of 26 days.

In 14 of these 17 shutdowns, the Dems controlled the House (Remember, the House is where the money comes from.)

And, thank God, every time, we barely managed to avoid total disaster. Could have been curtains for all of us. So damned close.

The fact is, Wolfe, that Charlatan the First and Dirty Hairy forced this recent shutdown, and it only effected non-essential government employees who were eventually compensated in full for their furloughs (In effect, this involved only 17% of the entire government work force). But dear little Barry had to manufacture some sort of crisis to make it look like "dem damn Repubs" did it. So, he fired up the National Parks Service with orders to punish American citizens, then got out his teleprompter and did what he does best, lie to the American people.

And you bought it, hook, line, and sinker..

17 government shutdowns since 1976.
Man, that skull of yours is thick, Wolfe, I mean, ... (show quote)

well, babe blunder, -you've overlooked one significant fact, and lied about two others:
(1.) the republicans shut down the government;
(2.) President Obama didn't have to manufacture anything. Republicans, in their search to undermine his credibility are doing enough manufacturing of their own (and YOU are evidently swallowing it, -hook. line, and stinker);
(3.) the majority of Americans agree that the republicans were at fault for shutting down the government, and just wrong for trying to defund ACA the way that they did.

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Nov 26, 2013 19:16:33   #
bmac32 wrote:
The chairman of the Republican Party of Florida on Monday called for U.S. Rep. Trey Radel to step down following his recent cocaine conviction.

Chairman Lenny Curry joined a growing number of Republican leaders from Radel's district demanding his resignation.

"The people of Florida's 19th Congressional District need a Congressman who is 100 percent focused on the needs of Southwest Florida," Curry said in a news release. "Therefore, Congressman Radel should step down and focus his attention on rehabilitation and his family."

Radel pleaded guilty to cocaine possession last week, acknowledging that he purchased 3.5 grams of cocaine last month from an undercover police officer. He has since taken a leave of absence and checked himself into a rehabilitation facility.

As part of a plea agreement, Radel admitted he agreed to buy the cocaine for $250 in a Washington neighborhood on Oct. 29. After the undercover officer gave Radel the drugs, federal agents confronted him, court documents show. Radel agreed to talk with the agents and invited them to his apartment, where he also retrieved a vial of cocaine he had in the home, the documents said.

The Collier County Republican Executive Committee also called on Radel to leave office Monday, stating the group would not support him in future e******ns.

"While the decision to complete the current term is his alone to make, we strongly encourage him to reflect on his ability to remain effective and that a return to Congress may serve only as an impediment to his recovery," Chairman Mike Lyster said in a release. "We feel it is in the best interests of all involved that he resign immediately."

Radel spokeswoman Amanda Nunez did not return a telephone phone call Monday night seeking comment. During his hearing last week, Radel said he wanted to "continue serving this country."
The chairman of the Republican Party of Florida on... (show quote)

Trey Radel represents todays' g o p:
he chooses to ignore a personal weakness, and insists on doing things his way, -despite voices urging him to do otherwise.
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Nov 26, 2013 19:05:21   #
After recently posting my introduction, I can see that this site serves as a forum for the extreme, sore losers (who are seemingly incapable of learning) -to vent, and spew venom about their favorite targets: (1.) President Obama; (2.) democrats on capitol hill; everyone who disagrees with the tea party.
One would think that after losing in the bewildering manner that their P**********l candidate lost in November of 2012, they would individually, and collectively settle down long enough to make a genuine assessment of why they lost, and why their loss was (and is) so hurtful.
After all, this is STILL America, and there will be another general e******n. In the mean time, there is work to do, and a (more-or-less) time honored process by which our elected representatives accomplish that work.
Yet, for SOME reason, the sore losers (which, unfortunately includes those on capitol hill) -are just besides themselves in anguish, and incapable of comprehending the fact that they NEED to negotiate with the duly elected President.
Prior to the e******n, many pundits (*especially on faux)were predicting that Romney would "win in a landslide", and one is quoted, "with 306 e*******l (college) v**es".
President Obama won re-e******n with 326 e*******l college v**es (to Romney's 206) -a landslide by his own definition. Such a landslide would have been narrowed, if not prevented, if the more REASONABLE republicans had not stayed at home, -to say nothing of those who were offended, and alienated to the extent that they actually v**ed to re-elect President Obama.
My point is, that the tactics that didn't work during the campaign, won't win any new support now.
Whether it's the beguiled representative on capitol hill, or a loyal member of the party, spewing charges that the President (or the democrats) want people to be dependent on the government is childish. To this point, any objective person realizes that these beguiled politicians and their supporters want people dependent on the republican party!
Thus, before 2013 comes to an end, let's hope that they realize that it's time to swallow the bitterness, and demonstrate that they are capable of "playing by the rules".
Any arguments that they have simply will not mesh with well known reports that they were determined to, "make him a one-term President" after the 2008 general e******n.
It's probably in their best interests to start playing by the rules, if only to persuade those stay-at-home republicans, and those that they alienated and offended, that they have our country's best interests at heart;
. . .despite the reckless threats to shut down the government, and drive us over the fiscal cliff!
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Nov 26, 2013 18:19:00   #
Billhuggins wrote:
In the old days of the West guns were a body part. If a horse thief was caught he was likely shot on the spot. Yes everybody had a gun and we survived. The problem is that liberals like you have blown up the death penalty. Let juvenile murders of with a slap on the wrists. You liberals are hypocrites pure and simple-- and lovers of a liar, c***t and thief. It's so obvious because birds of a feather flock together. Obama's feathers are about to come off and flock is running across the meadows, rivers and streams; heading for the caves in the hills. The v**ers are coming after them. The doctors, nurses and the sick with no insurance.
In the old days of the West guns were a body part.... (show quote)

Your first error was assuming that I'm a liberal, -or, that I'd be offended by your reference to me as such. if you understood the meaning of the word, you probably wouldn't refer to it with the despise that is common with the extremists of your party.
Second, as an armed forces veteran, I took an oath to support and defend the constitution of the United States, -an oath that I have not abandoned, even though I no longer wear the uniform. Whenever anyone is murdered, juvenile or otherwise, I believe that it is in our best interests to do what we can to prevent further loss of life, while supporting the efforts to apprehend the murderers.
The bigger problem is that extremists like you fail to realize that, at some point, we need to put the politics aside, and work together to secure, and strengthen our country; you're so selfish, and narrow-minded, you cannot accept views other than the h**eful, exclusionary ideals that repels independent thinking people from your party.
You have a one-sided, half-baked view of history that favors dictators who k**led the real native Americans, and enriched themselves with s***e labor.
THAT is why you love guns more than you value human life; and that is why you long for, "the old days of the West".
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