Vest up

Delaware, OH

#114 Oct 19, 2013
ptbw forever wrote:
<quoted text>
You do know that the open air memorials weren't closed in the previous shut down, right?
The List: Unnecessarily Shut Down by Obama to Inflict Public Pain
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...

"Punish them at the polls."- The Kenyan
Vest up

Delaware, OH

#115 Oct 19, 2013
While our president still enjoys his essential employees and locations: the White House chefs, Camp David, and a military golf course, there doesn't seem to be any question that in mercenary pursuit of a political win, this White House is determined to unreasonably punish as many everyday people as possible. And this includes children sick with cancer. That might sound like hyperbole, but it is not.

Although Barack Obama's chefs have been deemed "essential," employees at the National Institutes of Health who offer last-chance experimental cancer treatments for children suffering from cancer have not. Worse still, House Republicans have offered to compromise with the president and single the NIH out for funding. The White House has threatened a veto.

Using children sick with cancer as pawns is community organizing on steroids. And the media are covering for him. When the media thought they could emotionally blackmail the GOP with these sick children, telling their story was all the rage. Now that it is Obama and Senate Democrats wrist-flicking refusing treatment for these children, suddenly the media aren't too interested in telling their story.

There are many other examples of this president's cold-hearted fanaticism and willingness to punish people for reasons that seem to have much more to with spite than what is and is not "essential." In fact, there are a number of examples where Obama seems to be spending more money and using more resources to close and block and inconvenience than to just leave it alone.

The media may or may not report on these individual occurrences, but what they will never do is provide the American people with the full context and scope of Obama's shrill pettiness.

Below is a list of illogical, unnecessary, and shockingly spiteful moves our government is making in the name of essential and non-essential.

1. Treatments for Children Suffering From Cancer
2. The World War II Memorial
3. Furloughed Military Chaplains Not Allowed to Work for Free
39. Iwo Jima Memorial Closed, Barricades Erected
40. Police Remove Vietnam War Veterans at Memorial Wall
47. NIH Stops Therapy Dogs from Visiting Sick Children
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...
auman

Louisville, KY

#116 Oct 19, 2013
NotSoDivineMsM wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, I don't think he stated that he OWNED the military but, who is the Commander in Chief of the US military? You better believe it is the POTUS aka Barack Obama. Now lick your wounds and move it along, k?.....smh......
'The commander-in-chief of the US military at any given time is the president of the United States. This is established in the US Constitution, though in the past other high ranking military officials have also used the title “commander-in-chief” to refer to their position as commander of large operations. In 2002, however, it was declared that only the president of the US would use that title.'
http://www.wisegeek.com/who-is-the-commander-...
Excuse me but I think the statement "as long as he is in office then the military is HIS", is pretty much an indication of perceived ownership. Thank you, but no wounds to lick here.
Vest up

Delaware, OH

#118 Oct 19, 2013
TheOriginalDoby wrote:
<quoted text>
As long as he is in office it is HIS military you childish troll.
Well then, I guess we can follow your logic and say that it was Bush's as well. Hey, remember Iraq? Oh, that's right, he, unlike Obama involving us in Libya, had Congress sign off on entering Iraq. Maybe you can forward the word to your "friends in high places" that just like it's "Obama's military", it was Bush's so they might finally STFU.

BTW, bright light, if it's Obama's Military, just why didn't he follow through on that red line in the sand? It's his Military so what happened, bright boy? Oh that's right, Putin saved his a**.

http://www.monomakhos.com/wp-content/uploads/...

Liberalism is a mental disorder.

Level 8

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#119 Oct 19, 2013
Vest up wrote:
While our president still enjoys his essential employees and locations: the White House chefs, Camp David, and a military golf course, there doesn't seem to be any question that in mercenary pursuit of a political win, this White House is determined to unreasonably punish as many everyday people as possible. And this includes children sick with cancer. That might sound like hyperbole, but it is not.
Although Barack Obama's chefs have been deemed "essential," employees at the National Institutes of Health who offer last-chance experimental cancer treatments for children suffering from cancer have not. Worse still, House Republicans have offered to compromise with the president and single the NIH out for funding. The White House has threatened a veto.
Using children sick with cancer as pawns is community organizing on steroids. And the media are covering for him. When the media thought they could emotionally blackmail the GOP with these sick children, telling their story was all the rage. Now that it is Obama and Senate Democrats wrist-flicking refusing treatment for these children, suddenly the media aren't too interested in telling their story.
There are many other examples of this president's cold-hearted fanaticism and willingness to punish people for reasons that seem to have much more to with spite than what is and is not "essential." In fact, there are a number of examples where Obama seems to be spending more money and using more resources to close and block and inconvenience than to just leave it alone.
The media may or may not report on these individual occurrences, but what they will never do is provide the American people with the full context and scope of Obama's shrill pettiness.
Below is a list of illogical, unnecessary, and shockingly spiteful moves our government is making in the name of essential and non-essential.
1. Treatments for Children Suffering From Cancer
2. The World War II Memorial
3. Furloughed Military Chaplains Not Allowed to Work for Free
39. Iwo Jima Memorial Closed, Barricades Erected
40. Police Remove Vietnam War Veterans at Memorial Wall
47. NIH Stops Therapy Dogs from Visiting Sick Children
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...
obama didn't shut the government down...that was the tea party caucus of the republican party.
Guest

Huntsville, AL

#120 Oct 19, 2013
http://www.examiner.com/article/u-s-governmen...
The US government wants to take away your guns
but they have been supplying them to Mexican drug cartels!Law enforcement officials reported today that the U.S. government supplied the Zetas cartel with, among other things,“an array of military grade weapons, grenade and grenade launchers, high-powered rifles, body armor, anti-aircraft missiles, and night vision goggles.”

The nation was shocked when the U.S government was caught red handed smuggling guns to drug cartels in Mexico after government supplied guns were linked to the murders of law enforcement officials working along the U.S. Mexico border.

The scandal deepened when the hacker group ‘Anonymous’ leaked reported government documents on the Internet which appear to show that the leader of the La Familia cartel in Mexico was actually the feds point man for the gun smuggling operation.
Guest

Huntsville, AL

#121 Oct 19, 2013
Guest

Huntsville, AL

#122 Oct 19, 2013
your snakeskin politicians wont talk about this while they lie to get your vote

auman

Louisville, KY

#123 Oct 19, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
<quoted text>obama didn't shut the government down...that was the tea party caucus of the republican party.


You know what - Obama bears part if the responsibility. The leader of anything, from a company, to the head coach of a football team, deserves the lion share of the blame when things go south. Obama could have handled things better.

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Location hidden

#124 Oct 19, 2013
auman wrote:
<quoted text>
You know what - Obama bears part if the responsibility. The leader of anything, from a company, to the head coach of a football team, deserves the lion share of the blame when things go south. Obama could have handled things better.
it's funny how the republicans want Obama to take responsibility for things he had nothing to do with such as the government shutdown which was 100% a republican a88 out, but when it comes to the economic recovery or killing bin laden which were Obama's efforts, those same republicans want to deny Obama any credit.

Level 8

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#125 Oct 19, 2013
I live in korea where there is zero gun violence. this is because the Korean government does not allow citizens to privately own guns. Korean friends tell me that the Korean people are naturally very aggressive, competitive and even rude and mean. this has to do with the long and difficult history of korea...they say that if Koreans were allowed to own guns there would be more gun violence here than in America. korea proves that getting rid of guns equals getting rid of gun violence. America could learn a lesson.

“The REAL Founding Fathers!!!!!”

Since: Jun 08

Oakland

#126 Oct 19, 2013
Vest up wrote:
<quoted text>
Well then, I guess we can follow your logic and say that it was Bush's as well. Hey, remember Iraq? Oh, that's right, he, unlike Obama involving us in Libya, had Congress sign off on entering Iraq. Maybe you can forward the word to your "friends in high places" that just like it's "Obama's military", it was Bush's so they might finally STFU.
BTW, bright light, if it's Obama's Military, just why didn't he follow through on that red line in the sand? It's his Military so what happened, bright boy? Oh that's right, Putin saved his a**.
http://www.monomakhos.com/wp-content/uploads/...
Liberalism is a mental disorder.
BUSH was a complete CLOWN. I am sure you remember the global protests against the war in Iraq but BUSH paid NO attention and involved us anyway. How he and his father ever got into the White House is a mystery to me, considering the family history but, then again, money changes everything, now doesn't it? I usually don't use Wiki sources but, in this case, it contains the information in one place as opposed to posting several links and long protracted spam-like examples. I know you like those but some of us do NOT.....smh......

Protests Against the Iraq War

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protests_against...
dopeys trainer

Port Richey, FL

#127 Oct 19, 2013
auman wrote:
<quoted text>
big deal dummy. I've corrected your grammatical errors in the past. We are all guilty of making them. This is how petty this nutjob is.
<quoted text>
How typical to point out a typo in an effort to divert from the truth. I wonder who else on this forum "really" does that a lot.....
Your real life must be just filled with disappointment.
http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/T9QU2DQ86TRPU...

(wait'll you see who typed that...)
dopeys trainer

Port Richey, FL

#128 Oct 19, 2013
<quoted text>
.....I've abused this bytch so bad, she/he won't even use the same name anymore. No worries, I did the same to THX and a few other trolls here...
On the internet?

Your mom must be so proud.
<quoted text>
Hahahaha! Tell yourself whatever you need to add validity to your waste of a life on the internet.
Enjoy
http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/TKO1DG8R9O7HB...

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Since: Sep 13

Location hidden

#129 Oct 19, 2013
When Obama took office, the budget was 1.35 trillion over income. It's been cut in half. how about mentioning that once in a while? If he would have cut a trillion dollars off the budget immediately, this economy would have went into depression.

“The REAL Founding Fathers!!!!!”

Since: Jun 08

Oakland

#132 Oct 19, 2013
dopeys trainer wrote:
<quoted text>
On the internet?
Your mom must be so proud.
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/TKO1DG8R9O7HB...
Speaking of, is that why you need so many aliases to say the same stupid things over and again, day in and out?.....smh......

“The REAL Founding Fathers!!!!!”

Since: Jun 08

Oakland

#133 Oct 19, 2013
TheOriginalDoby wrote:
<quoted text>
You're explaining simple reality to a person who lives in a state of unintelligent ideology. Good luck with that my dear. Hope your day goes well.
The weather here is beautiful and I am on my way out to enjoy it soon. Hope you are having a great weekend also......:)

“The REAL Founding Fathers!!!!!”

Since: Jun 08

Oakland

#134 Oct 19, 2013
I see I struck a nerve with the 'I don't change screen names and use proxies' QUEEN. Oh look...MY POST IS STILL THERE......

*smirks*
auman

Louisville, KY

#135 Oct 19, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
I live in korea where there is zero gun violence. this is because the Korean government does not allow citizens to privately own guns. Korean friends tell me that the Korean people are naturally very aggressive, competitive and even rude and mean. this has to do with the long and difficult history of korea...they say that if Koreans were allowed to own guns there would be more gun violence here than in America. korea proves that getting rid of guns equals getting rid of gun violence. America could learn a lesson.
The difference is that Korea's history has no element like Americas historical relationship with guns.
Vest up

Delaware, OH

#137 Oct 19, 2013
Desmond Sandiford wrote:
I live in korea where there is zero gun violence. this is because the Korean government does not allow citizens to privately own guns. Korean friends tell me that the Korean people are naturally very aggressive, competitive and even rude and mean. this has to do with the long and difficult history of korea...they say that if Koreans were allowed to own guns there would be more gun violence here than in America. korea proves that getting rid of guns equals getting rid of gun violence. America could learn a lesson.
I bet the folks in North Korea wished they had guns when they were being hauled away.

We have something called the Constitution and the 2nd Amendment. Anyone who doesn't like the Constitution is more than free to leave and head to greener pastures. I'm more than confident that we'll find someone who will take their place in that we have no shortage of those entering into this country. People are truly misguided if they think anyone is begging anyone to stay here, b*tching and moaning, about how horrible and violent this country is. They obviously don't know what it is to live in a violent society. Those seeking to come here in great numbers and who have in the past, do know.

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