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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165800 Jul 29, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove BP and/or Halliburton are totally responsible for that disaster? It is only because of you hatred of BP and Halliburton that you, the Lame Stream Press and Obama have focus on them.
How many times have you judged people, or entities, before all the facts were know? Can you say George Zimmerman?!?
Again, what crime did GZ commit? Trayvon assaulted GZ and that is indisputable.
Prove? Er, why did they both plead guilty to criminal negligence, both paying huge fines (BP more than $30 billion alone). Prove? Courts found them guilty, proved it, not me. Poor little meek vassal-serf.

And I don't claim anyone's guilty until I have proof. Show me one instance where I've done that. But you and your birther ilk, you've found Obama guilty of winning the election through fraud,(no proof yet submitted), of democrats being more fraudulent than Republicans (no proof yet submitted), of Trayvon Martin assaulting George Zimmerman (the jury, the prosecutor, the defence, the judge, all of them found no proof this is how it happened) and you've submitted no proof. Want more, you who claims to submit ALL the links?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165801 Jul 29, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
jackfish just broke my BS meter! "They still would have been killed". Really? And you "know" this unattainable fact how? Peering into the future again with you eyes wide shut? Ijit!
60,000 dead in 8 years clearly show they would've been killed anyhow. Or, would the number be 59,800?. Ijit?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165802 Jul 29, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, you know jackfish is God, Judge and Jury.
Correction. The court that found BP and Halliburton guilty and heavily fined them, no contest by the two litigants, WAS Judge and Jury, not me. Do you dispute their admittance of guilt (Rogue said they pleaded guilty so they could resume their business. False) and the fines paid? Would you pay a fine for not stopping at a red light if you were sitting at home when it supposedly happened? Why'd they pay up?
Citizen org

Sayville, NY

#165803 Jul 29, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Several points here. Are you saying Barack Obama never used ILLEGAL drugs? No evidence that Rush Limbaugh did.
Did Bush/Cheney commit acts of war in Yemen, Libya and Syria?
Do you know why Pelosi took impeachment off the table for Bush/Cheney? No ligament reason to!!!
Oh, Bush had the approval of the U.S. Congress and the U.N. to go back into Iraq and into Afghanistan! What authority did Obama have to bomb Yemen and Libya?
Oh, it is not that Obama continued most of Bush's policies but he expanded several of them. What is that big building the NSA is building in Utah for? Was that started under Bush?
Read My Lips you space cadet.

Bush and Cheney destroyed the Magna Carta, United States Constitution, et cetera, and you have the nerve to bring up bombing Yemen and smoking pot but no addiction.

The Magna Carta (The Great Charter)
http://www.constitution.org/eng/magnacar.htm

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165804 Jul 29, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Crotch Rot, this is so typical for you dumbazz Dims. Ignore the facts at all costs then lie about everything else. Very predictable. Very juvenile also. But that is a DIM! Now, if only you lil boys would learn to wipe your own azz instead of calling out for "Mommie"!
Would you, for once, dissect what is written and write a reasonable semi-intelligent reply, taking each point into account as I do every time, instead of hurling ad hominems, anal comments and other times death threats? When you're wrong, you either say so, or just "stifle yourself" as your hero ole Archie Bunker used to say.
Citizen org

Sayville, NY

#165805 Jul 29, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Samller gov't? Is that a new republican slogan? How come the Nixons, Reagans and Bushes had the biggest gov'ts of them all? And the biggest and most numerous deficits? Repubs don't know the meaning of "smaller" and surplus, what with all those PAC friends of theirs.
You will not find any truer words on the world wide web.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165806 Jul 29, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Unlike you, I consider those 200 dead Mexicans a tragedy for them, their friends, family and country. I also consider that Fast and Furious or not, they still would've been killed, though that fact does not justify Fast and Furious, whose origins are at best murky. Over 60,000 Mexicans have died as a result of cartel drug wars in the last 8 years. Do you really think that the Fast and Furious programme has even made a dent in those 60,000 deaths?
<quoted text>
Maybe if he stopped buy drugs from South of the Border, there would be less violence!
South of whose border? Mine? You mean in the US?
Citizen org

Sayville, NY

#165807 Jul 29, 2013
Justice Dept. Lawyers Join Chorus Criticizing Gonzales
July 28, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/33u45p
WASHINGTON, July 27 — Daniel J. Metcalfe, a lawyer who began his government career in the Nixon administration and retired from the Justice Department last winter, said morale at the department was worse under Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales than during Watergate.
John S. Koppel, who continues to work at the department as a civil appellate lawyer in Washington, wrote this month that he was “ashamed” of the department and that if Mr. Gonzales told the truth in recent Congressional testimony,“he has been derelict in the performance of his duties and is not up to the job.”
Even though they worry that it may hinder their career prospects, a few current and former Justice Department lawyers have begun to add to the chorus of Mr. Gonzales's critics who say that the furor over his performance as attorney general, and questions about his truthfulness under oath, could do lasting damage to the department's work.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/28/washington/...

Acting on Impeachment
by Ralph Nader July 28, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/23oxoh
Most readers of The Washington Post probably missed it. But probably not Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. Fifty-six of his law school classmates (Harvard Law School, class of 1982) bought space for an open letter in mid-May that excoriated his “cavalier handling of our freedoms time and again.”
It read like an indictment, to wit:

“Witness your White House memos sweeping aside the Geneva Conventions to justify torture, endangering our own servicemen and women;
“Witness your advice to the President effectively reading Habeas Corpus out of our constitutional protections;

“Witness your support of presidential statements claiming inherent power to wiretap American citizens without warrants (and the Administration’s stepped-up wiretapping campaign, taking advantage of those statements, which continues on your watch to this day); and
“Witness your dismissive explanation of the troubling firings of numerous U.S. Attorneys, and their replacement with other more ‘loyal’ to the President’s politics, as merely ‘an overblown personal matter.’
http://www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/07/2...

FBI Director Contradicts Gonzales' Testimony
Jul 26, 2007 / http://tinyurl.com/kvclm9t
(CBS News) WASHINGTON FBI Director Robert S. Mueller said Thursday the government's terrorist surveillance program was the topic of a 2004 hospital room dispute between top Bush administration officials, contradicting Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' sworn Senate testimony.
Mueller was not in the hospital room at the time of the dramatic March 10, 2004, confrontation between then-Attorney General John Ashcroft and presidential advisers Andy Card and Gonzales, who was then serving as White House counsel. Mueller told the House Judiciary Committee he arrived shortly after they left, and spoke with the ailing Ashcroft. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165808 Jul 29, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>Samller gov't? Is that a new republican slogan? How come the Nixons, Reagans and Bushes had the biggest gov'ts of them all? And the biggest and most numerous deficits? Repubs don't know the meaning of "smaller" and surplus, what with all those PAC friends of theirs.
<quoted text>
First of all, Nixon was a PROGRESSIVE just like YOU! Next Reagan's Congress was dominated by ... Democarts. Next, both Bush's are Country Clubbers.
IMHO, Reagn would have down sized our government if the Democrat controlled Congress would have allowed it. You Libtards seem to forget NO present can sign into law any bill that did not pass Congress.
Case in point is Bill Clinton who signed into law four of Newt Gingrich's balanced budgets, seven of the Contract with America points to include Welfare Reform and the 1997 Taxpayer Relief Act!
Tell us, would ObamaCare have even come to a vote if Boehner had been the Speaker and the Republicans had been in control of the House?
Again, Rogue, and since 1900, name the true conservative Republican presidents. C'mon.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165809 Jul 29, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Unlike you, I consider those 200 dead Mexicans a tragedy for them, their friends, family and country. I also consider that Fast and Furious or not, they still would've been killed, though that fact does not justify Fast and Furious, whose origins are at best murky. Over 60,000 Mexicans have died as a result of cartel drug wars in the last 8 years. Do you really think that the Fast and Furious programme has even made a dent in those 60,000 deaths?
<quoted text>

Maybe if he stopped buy drugs from South of the Border, there would be less violence!
South from me as in the USA?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165810 Jul 29, 2013
Citizen org wrote:
Justice Dept. Lawyers Join Chorus Criticizing Gonzales
July 28, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/33u45p
WASHINGTON, July 27 — Daniel J. Metcalfe, a lawyer who began his government career in the Nixon administration and retired from the Justice Department last winter, said morale at the department was worse under Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales than during Watergate.
John S. Koppel, who continues to work at the department as a civil appellate lawyer in Washington, wrote this month that he was “ashamed” of the department and that if Mr. Gonzales told the truth in recent Congressional testimony,“he has been derelict in the performance of his duties and is not up to the job.”
Even though they worry that it may hinder their career prospects, a few current and former Justice Department lawyers have begun to add to the chorus of Mr. Gonzales's critics who say that the furor over his performance as attorney general, and questions about his truthfulness under oath, could do lasting damage to the department's work.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/28/washington/...
Acting on Impeachment
by Ralph Nader July 28, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/23oxoh
Most readers of The Washington Post probably missed it. But probably not Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. Fifty-six of his law school classmates (Harvard Law School, class of 1982) bought space for an open letter in mid-May that excoriated his “cavalier handling of our freedoms time and again.”
It read like an indictment, to wit:
“Witness your White House memos sweeping aside the Geneva Conventions to justify torture, endangering our own servicemen and women;
“Witness your advice to the President effectively reading Habeas Corpus out of our constitutional protections;
“Witness your support of presidential statements claiming inherent power to wiretap American citizens without warrants (and the Administration’s stepped-up wiretapping campaign, taking advantage of those statements, which continues on your watch to this day); and
“Witness your dismissive explanation of the troubling firings of numerous U.S. Attorneys, and their replacement with other more ‘loyal’ to the President’s politics, as merely ‘an overblown personal matter.’
http://www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/07/2...
FBI Director Contradicts Gonzales' Testimony
Jul 26, 2007 / http://tinyurl.com/kvclm9t
(CBS News) WASHINGTON FBI Director Robert S. Mueller said Thursday the government's terrorist surveillance program was the topic of a 2004 hospital room dispute between top Bush administration officials, contradicting Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' sworn Senate testimony.
Mueller was not in the hospital room at the time of the dramatic March 10, 2004, confrontation between then-Attorney General John Ashcroft and presidential advisers Andy Card and Gonzales, who was then serving as White House counsel. Mueller told the House Judiciary Committee he arrived shortly after they left, and spoke with the ailing Ashcroft. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
Rogue, Justice ha ha LRS, Frank, GB , American commie Lady, etc , never ever speak of Att Gen Gonzalez and his mysterious resignation, he of the special laws protecting Halliburton and its various subsidiaries, suppliers and security agents in Iraq and Afghanistan, from being sued by gov't, citizens, soldiers, aid workers, or anyone.(See lengthy investigations and articles in Vanity Fair). Noooo, they are concentrating on the actual ATT Gen. Why not? No Republican is he.
Citizen org

Sayville, NY

#165811 Jul 29, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Rogue, Justice ha ha LRS, Frank, GB , American commie Lady, etc , never ever speak of Att Gen Gonzalez and his mysterious resignation, he of the special laws protecting Halliburton and its various subsidiaries, suppliers and security agents in Iraq and Afghanistan, from being sued by gov't, citizens, soldiers, aid workers, or anyone.(See lengthy investigations and articles in Vanity Fair). Noooo, they are concentrating on the actual ATT Gen. Why not? No Republican is he.
It is fascinating how they can see every little thing Obama is doing and yet NOTHING what Bush, Cheney, and the Republican Congress did for 6 out of 8 years.

They keep talking about this liberal media that does not exist.

Who kept Limbaugh on the air all these years?

ROTFL

----------

Rush Limbaugh rushing out of Cumulus Media to WOR, with Sean Hannity in tow

Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are set to leave Cumulus Media and WABC and move to competitor WOR.

http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/rush...
Citizen org

Sayville, NY

#165812 Jul 29, 2013
Alison Lundergan Grimes for Senate in Kentucky instead of Mitch 'Wall Street' McConnell

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#165814 Jul 29, 2013
Do I really need to comment?

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Since: May 10

Location hidden

#165815 Jul 29, 2013
Citizen org wrote:
<quoted text>
It is fascinating how they can see every little thing Obama is doing and yet NOTHING what Bush, Cheney, and the Republican Congress did for 6 out of 8 years.
They keep talking about this liberal media that does not exist.
Who kept Limbaugh on the air all these years?
ROTFL
----------
Rush Limbaugh rushing out of Cumulus Media to WOR, with Sean Hannity in tow
Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are set to leave Cumulus Media and WABC and move to competitor WOR.
http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/rush...
Oh course you will never see anything as Liberal because you are off the deep end and everything else is to your right.
Oh, who keeps Rush and Sean in the media? Why it is the right. But why? Because they are the only sources for reliable information.
Citizen org

Sayville, NY

#165816 Jul 29, 2013
Gonzales was told of FBI violations
After Bureau Sent Reports, Attorney General Said He Knew of No Wrongdoing
July 10, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/3crjch
As he sought to renew the USA Patriot Act two years ago, Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales assured lawmakers that the FBI had not abused its potent new terrorism-fighting powers. "There has not been one verified case of civil liberties abuse," Gonzales told senators on April 27, 2005.
Six days earlier, the FBI sent Gonzales a copy of a report that said its agents had obtained personal information that they were not entitled to have. It was one of at least half a dozen reports of legal or procedural violations that Gonzales received in the three months before he made his statement to the Senate intelligence committee, according to internal FBI documents released under the Freedom of Information Act.
The acts recounted in the FBI reports included unauthorized surveillance, an illegal property search and a case in which an Internet firm improperly turned over a compact disc with data that the FBI was not entitled to collect, the documents show. Gonzales was copied on each report that said administrative rules or laws protecting civil liberties and privacy had been violated.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...

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Alberto Gonzales, White House General Counsel
http://tinyurl.com/5vxol /
Controversy Surrounds Texas Justices Acceptance of Donations and Rulings for Cheney Firm
This Sunday, December 17th, Bush nominated Alberto Gonzales, a man Bush put on the Texas Supreme Court in 1999, to be the new White House Counsel.. Yet Justice Gonzales has been a focus of ethical controversy in Texas, with the organization Texans for Public Justice noting that Gonzales like other Texas Supreme Court Justices have taken large amounts of money from the Cheney-run Halliburton companies, then ruled in favor of the company in cases that came before the Court.
Cheney's Halliburton corporation, through its executives and its separate subsidiaries, was the second-largest corporate contributor to Texas Supreme Court races in the last three election cycles, contributing over $79,000 to the Justices. Five times in the past seven years, cases involving Halliburton have come before the Florida Supreme Court, and each time the Court has either ruled for the company or refused to hear an appeal of a favorable verdict for the firm from a lower court.
In 1999, a Halliburton employee had won a $2.6 million trial verdict due to allegations that a company supervisor framed him to test positive for cocaine, only to see the verdict overturned by a Texas Court of Appeals. Just before the Texas Supreme Court ruled on the case, Halliburton gave a number of contributions to the Justices, including $3000 to Alberto Gonzales. None of the Justices recused themselves from the case and the Court refused to hear the appeal against Halliburton.
Making the Gonzales conflict even more controversial is the fact that before being appointed to office, Gonzales had been a partner at the law firm Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P. in Houston which had Halliburton as a major client. And Gonzales worked in the section where Halliburton was represented where he had a strong relationship with the firm.
http://www.knowthecandidates.org/ktc/BushGang...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#165817 Jul 29, 2013
Citizen org wrote:
Alison Lundergan Grimes for Senate in Kentucky instead of Mitch 'Wall Street' McConnell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =5BHcRdMxG6oXX
McConnel won 53% of the vote in 2008, which was a Democrat year. So why do you think he should do worse in 2014 during a Republican year?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#165818 Jul 29, 2013
Citizen org wrote:
Justice Dept. Lawyers Join Chorus Criticizing Gonzales
July 28, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/33u45p
WASHINGTON, July 27 — Daniel J. Metcalfe, a lawyer who began his government career in the Nixon administration and retired from the Justice Department last winter, said morale at the department was worse under Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales than during Watergate.
John S. Koppel, who continues to work at the department as a civil appellate lawyer in Washington, wrote this month that he was “ashamed” of the department and that if Mr. Gonzales told the truth in recent Congressional testimony,“he has been derelict in the performance of his duties and is not up to the job.”
Even though they worry that it may hinder their career prospects, a few current and former Justice Department lawyers have begun to add to the chorus of Mr. Gonzales's critics who say that the furor over his performance as attorney general, and questions about his truthfulness under oath, could do lasting damage to the department's work.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/28/washington/...
Acting on Impeachment
by Ralph Nader July 28, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/23oxoh
Most readers of The Washington Post probably missed it. But probably not Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. Fifty-six of his law school classmates (Harvard Law School, class of 1982) bought space for an open letter in mid-May that excoriated his “cavalier handling of our freedoms time and again.”
It read like an indictment, to wit:
“Witness your White House memos sweeping aside the Geneva Conventions to justify torture, endangering our own servicemen and women;
“Witness your advice to the President effectively reading Habeas Corpus out of our constitutional protections;
“Witness your support of presidential statements claiming inherent power to wiretap American citizens without warrants (and the Administration’s stepped-up wiretapping campaign, taking advantage of those statements, which continues on your watch to this day); and
“Witness your dismissive explanation of the troubling firings of numerous U.S. Attorneys, and their replacement with other more ‘loyal’ to the President’s politics, as merely ‘an overblown personal matter.’
http://www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/07/2...
FBI Director Contradicts Gonzales' Testimony
Jul 26, 2007 / http://tinyurl.com/kvclm9t
(CBS News) WASHINGTON FBI Director Robert S. Mueller said Thursday the government's terrorist surveillance program was the topic of a 2004 hospital room dispute between top Bush administration officials, contradicting Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' sworn Senate testimony.
Mueller was not in the hospital room at the time of the dramatic March 10, 2004, confrontation between then-Attorney General John Ashcroft and presidential advisers Andy Card and Gonzales, who was then serving as White House counsel. Mueller told the House Judiciary Committee he arrived shortly after they left, and spoke with the ailing Ashcroft. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
Gonzales has not been the AG since Sep. 2007. Now, do you want to talk about AG Eric Holder committing perjury in front of a Congressional hearing?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#165819 Jul 29, 2013
Citizen org wrote:
<quoted text>
It is fascinating how they can see every little thing Obama is doing and yet NOTHING what Bush, Cheney, and the Republican Congress did for 6 out of 8 years.
They keep talking about this liberal media that does not exist.
Who kept Limbaugh on the air all these years?
ROTFL
Pardon me but many of us on the right have multiple complaints with Bush. We should have pulled out of Iraq just as soon as Saddamn Hussein and been killed. And out of Afghanistan just as soon as Osama Bin Laden was killed. You can never fix the problems within a Muslim country as they will never think like we do.
Besides, our military was not meant to rebuild a nation. Kick ass, go home!
And then if you want to talk about medicines for seniors program and AIDS relief for Africa, it is not our business. Africa is over populated anyway!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#165820 Jul 29, 2013
Do you know why they call "Africa, the dark continent"?
http://nazret.com/blog/index.php/2007/08/16/a...
80% of the population has no electricity while less than 10% have reliable electricity. And you Libtards are so stupid you do knot no why!

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