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You mean Mario's fable doesn't fit into US law? That truth?
Poor Romper. You really new a new hero
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#174745 Oct 12, 2013
#174746 Oct 12, 2013
Romper found a new link to the same tired fable rejected by every court in the land. Romper is easily fooled
#174747 Oct 12, 2013
Resorting to shooting the messenger, huh? How big of you. Maybe you should buy a larger BS folder? LMAO!
#174748 Oct 12, 2013
The message was dead years ago. But at least your links actually work. I'm sure Jercque will send you a gold star
#174749 Oct 12, 2013
#174750 Oct 12, 2013
Please refer to the smiley face symbol ":)" for the below.
Are the dots supposed to be eyes or nostrils?:)
#174751 Oct 12, 2013
Deep questions from Romper
#174752 Oct 12, 2013
Yea, thought I'd probe the deeper side of this forum. Thanks for the input. Oh wait, you didn't give any! So, what are they? I say nostrils.:)
#174753 Oct 12, 2013
I'll leave you to ponder that for awhile.
“Arm the homeless!”
Since: Jul 12
#174754 Oct 12, 2013
The thing about being brilliant is that you don't have to lie.
Here is a publicly issued challenge for you Mr. Justice.
Prove anything I have said is a lie. Show people you don't just open your mouth and allow anything at all to roll out.
In all of my time here, I have yet to see you prove anything at all. So, I will define it for you.
Prove: demonstrate the truth or existence of (something) by evidence.
Unverified assertions are the biggest guns you possess. And I am willing to bet you can't up your arsenal for even one measly post.
And you have a clear advantage here, as I have zero clue what you think I am lying about.
So, here is your challenge Justice. If you can manage to PROVE I have lied about anything I will not only apologize... I will bestow my 2016 presidential election ballot to you. You will dictate who I vote for. It is supposedly our most precious freedom and I am willing to part with it... if you can manage to back up your words just once.
Challenge issued, advantage is yours...
OR... you can back down as you do every time you are outsmarted, outclassed and outdone.
You know, pretend it is all a ruse I fell for... another one of your esoteric traps.
So, I am excited to hear from you. I expect a healthy debate with a worthy opponent. Don't disappoint us.
You were being dishonest when you accused me of lying...right?
I don't expect you will take my challenge even though you have the advantage, nothing at all to lose and an opportunity to put me in my place.
That is the other thing about being brilliant. You can pretty much see what is coming next.
#174755 Oct 12, 2013
You have it exactly right as usual.
Rogue and the rightwingers are trained to believe someday they Too will also become Millionaires and Billionaires like Limbaugh, Fox News Anchors and the Koch Brothers.
There is no such thing as healthy tar and healthy nicotine.
Same as Clean Coal, No Such Thing.
Yet the Coal industry spends millions trying to sell that concept.
And the oil companies spend much more trying to deny climate change.
As you already know.
#174756 Oct 12, 2013
It is more than probable and of course possible that he and the other rightwingers truly believe what Drudge, Savage, Coulter, Limbaugh and all the liars on Fox News Propaganda Channel tell them.
I know Limbaugh would fail a polygraph but Justice just might pass!
#174757 Oct 12, 2013
It is all in the trial transcripts that even the Judge agree Plame was covert.
Plame was undercover overseas trying to stop the proliferation of Nuclear technology.
For this reason alone a multitude of CIA agents came out publicly against the traitors Bush and Cheney.
Plus don't forget all the Generals.
These top military Generals , Admirals, CIA, FBI, NSA, agents are not an insignificant number against all Neo-Con Bush Republicans!
Only Liars Like Fox News, Limbaugh, Bush and Cheney Despise Truth Tellers:
General Gordon R. Sullivan, USA (Ret.) Admiral Frank Skip Bowman, USN (Ret.)
Lieutenant General Lawrence P. Farrell Jr., USAF (Ret.) Vice Admiral Paul G. Gaffney II, USN (Ret.) General Paul J. Kern, USA (Ret.) Admiral T. Joseph Lopez, USN (Ret.)
Admiral Donald L.Don Pilling, USN (Ret.) Admiral Joseph W. Prueher, USN (Ret.)
Vice Admiral Richard H. Truly, USN (Ret.) General Charles F.Chuck Wald, USAF (Ret.) General Anthony C.Tony Zinni, USMC
(Ret ) General John Batiste General William E. Odom Lt. General GREGORY NEWBOLD General Eric Shinseki General Paul Eaton GENERAL JOSEPH P. HOAR
Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez Lt. Gen. Douglas Lute General Brent Scowcroft
General Barry McCaffrey Admiral Tommy Fargo General Wesley K. Clark
Maj. Gen. Charles Swannack Maj. Gen. John Riggs Lt. Gen. Paul Van Riper
Colonel Sam Gardiner Colonel Ann Wright Colonel David Hackworth
Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski Colonel Lawrence B. Wilkerson Marine Major Scott Ritter
Paul R Pillar CIA Larry C. Johnson CIA Tyler Drumheller CIA Michael Scheuer CIA
Ray McGovern CIA Russell Tice NSA, Sibel Edmonds FBI, Valerie Plame CIA.
General Batiste: "Protect America, Not George Bush"
Major General John R.S. Batiste at the DPC Hearing
"Real" - VoteVets.org TV Ad Responding to Rush Limbaugh
Major General John Batiste (ret) Talks to Keith Olbermann
#174758 Oct 12, 2013
Dumbya Bush even out did Reagan taking the most vacations.
Is McCain Another George W. Bush?
19 August 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/4cnyfn by Jack Cafferty
New York - Russia invades Georgia and President Bush goes on vacation. Our president has spent one-third of his entire two terms in office either at Camp David, Maryland, or at Crawford, Texas, on vacation.
His time away from the Oval Office included the month leading up to 9/11, when there were signs Osama bin Laden was planning to attack America, and the time Hurricane Katrina destroyed the city of New Orleans.
Sen. John McCain takes weekends off and limits his campaign events to one a day. He made an exception for the religious forum on Saturday at Saddleback Church in Southern California. http://www.truthout.org/article/is-mccain-ano...
While Bush vacationed, 9/11 warnings went unheard.
April 14, 2004 / http://tinyurl.com/jwrvq
In an otherwise dry day of hearings before the 9/11 commission, one brief bit of dialogue set off a sudden flash of clarity on the basic question of how our government let disaster happen.
The revelation came this morning, when CIA Director George Tenet was on the stand. Timothy Roemer, a former Democratic congressman, asked him when he first found out about the report from the FBI's Minnesota field office that Zacarias Moussaoui, an Islamic jihadist, had been taking lessons on how to fly a 747. Tenet replied that he was briefed about the case on Aug. 23 or 24, 2001.
Roemer then asked Tenet if he mentioned Moussaoui to President Bush at one of their frequent morning briefings. Tenet replied, "I was not in briefings at this time." Bush, he noted, "was on vacation." He added that he didn't see the president at all in August 2001. During the entire month, Bush was at his ranch in Texas. "You never talked with him?" Roemer asked. "No," Tenet replied. By the way, for much of August, Tenet too was, as he put it, "on leave." / http://www.slate.com/id/2098861/
Vacationing Bush Poised to Set a Record
With Long Sojourn at Ranch, President on His Way to Surpassing Reagan's Total
WACO, Tex., Aug. 2, 2005 -- President Bush is getting the kind of break most Americans can only dream of -- nearly five weeks away from the office, loaded with vacation time. http://tinyurl.com/9cjj7
The president departed Tuesday for his longest stretch yet away from the White House, arriving at his Crawford ranch in the evening for a stretch of clearing brush, visiting with family and friends, and tending to some outside-the-Beltway politics. By historical standards, it is the longest presidential retreat in at least 36 years.
The August getaway is Bush's 49th trip to his cherished ranch since taking office and the 319th day that Bush has spent, entirely or partially, in Crawford -- nearly 20 percent of his presidency to date, according to Mark Knoller, a CBS Radio reporter known for keeping better records of the president's travel than the White House itself. Weekends and holidays at Camp David or at his parents' compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, bump up the proportion of Bush's time away from Washington even further.
“Arm the homeless!”
Since: Jul 12
#174759 Oct 12, 2013
And that is the real issue I have with the entire thing.
If you decide to "take a stand" and then publicly announce it is the other parties fault... two things happen.
1. You have to lie to your electorate.
This seriously diminishes your credibility for obvious reasons. In addition, it gives the democrats a huge advantage come campaign time as they have a list of names and video evidence of MANY republicans lying to our faces. As well as all necessary evidence to prove the republicans KNEW they were lying.
2. It completely defeats the purpose of "taking a stand" in the first place.
If you are going to draw a line in the sand, then act as if your opponent is the guy with the stick... It is no longer a bold action taken to fight for what you think is right. It displays cowardice and a lack of control.
They should have just been honest and taken the "bold action for the sake of America's well being." route. At least they could maintain credibility and some form of dignity.
But you may be right. They may be so used to blaming Obama for everything, that it was a knee jerk reaction. One that killed their "stand" before anyone even knew it was taken.
Regardless, it was something that they could have made work for them. Now they just look inept. Mind numbing stupidity.
“Arm the homeless!”
Since: Jul 12
#174760 Oct 12, 2013
It is hard to believe, but you may be correct.
That would be a great little experiment. To sit outside of a Sam's Club or something and interview people while hooked up to a polygraph. Asking them questions about obvious political lies to see how many just mouthpiece anything they see on TV, and how many are truly dumb enough to buy it. Mix in a few true ones at the end for controls...
Sounds like fun.
Regardless, Justice getting duped again doesn't make me a liar.
#174761 Oct 12, 2013
No, I didn't say or even imply that. What I'm saying is that words mean things. So when I person says he is "transparent" and makes certain claims, it is only natural to expect exactly that. Not obfuscation, deflection, and secrecy. You can tell an awful lot about a man's character by listening to what he says, but the real truth is revealed by watching his actions, or lack there of. Barry has not demonstrated that he is worthy of our respect. The rest of the world, including our traditional allies certainly don't respect him. Respect and trust is something that you earn. He has failed to do that.
#174762 Oct 12, 2013
Your a liar "scrutiny"
#174763 Oct 12, 2013
You are Atticus, are you not?
#174764 Oct 12, 2013
Let me know if you need any more sources of evidence because there is plenty.
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