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Do you think these petty insults of a former President actually bother anyone? I sure hope not!
Bush On Jobs: The Worst Track Record On Record
January 9, 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/9ylluu
President George W. Bush entered office in 2001 just as a recession was starting, and is preparing to leave in the middle of a long one. That’s almost 22 months of recession during his 96 months in office.

His job-creation record won’t look much better. The Bush administration created about three million jobs (net) over its eight years, a fraction of the 23 million jobs created under President Bill Clinton’s administration and only slightly better than President George H.W. Bush did in his four years in office.
Here’s a look at job creation under each president since the Labor Department started keeping payroll records in 1939. The counts are based on total payrolls between the start of the month the president took office (using the final payroll count for the end of the prior December) and his final December in office.
http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2009/01/09/bus...
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I just turned on Fox News for one minute and already a Doctor said people in Canada have to wait 3 months to get a hip replacement or a heart stent.

Jacques, is this a lie?
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<quoted text>Do you think these petty insults of a former President actually bother anyone? I sure hope not!
Amen! I mean it isn't like W is the First Lady, one of the children or even the family pet. Now those are the appropriate targets for petty insults!

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The U.S. Tilts toward Iraq, 1980-1984
Shaking Hands with Saddam Hussein," Iraqi President Saddam Hussein greets Donald Rumsfeld, then special envoy of President Ronald Reagan, in Baghdad on December 20, 1983. http://tinyurl.com/zc3x
http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB82/
http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB82/...
Many thanks and I admire your tech wizardry . I am flummoxed by anything that spells computer.

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Do you think these petty insults of a former President actually bother anyone? I sure hope not!
So you admit that the real president was Rumsfeld. Okay. I thought it was Cheney. I stand corrected.

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Do you think these petty insults of a former President actually bother anyone? I sure hope not!
PS: Repeating word for word what someone says is mocking him? Please explain.

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I just turned on Fox News for one minute and already a Doctor said people in Canada have to wait 3 months to get a hip replacement or a heart stent.
Jacques, is this a lie?
Yes, it's unfortunately true in certain areas for hip replacements, as that is regarded in most cases as elective surgery, not urgent. Three months is too long, though, and I hope we remedy it. But, as EVERYONE is guaranteed treatment at no cost, you will often have wait times. But, three months, from time of detected malady to surgery, I don't know, not perfection, but nonetheless not yet dramatic. Question : How long the wait in the U.S. for hip surgery if a) one has no health coverage (forever^)...2) before insurance company approves it or turns it down...

Heart stent : No wait if health of patient is in danger. None. I know this from statistics and personal experience, family and acquaintances who've had those interventions.

I hate to personalize it, but here goes : wife had horrendous cold and all that comes with it Sunday. Called her family doctor next day, Monday, who gave her appointment at 7:00 pm same day. Not bad. Nonetheless, she got sicker and so we went to walk-in clinic. She waited exactly 45 minutes, was out 15 minutes later with prescriptions. Cost for visit : ZERO. Cost for antibiotics and one other medication : ZERO. Needless to say, we cancelled 7:00 pm appointment. She is feeling better. For whatever we've required medically since 1994, we've never waited unreasonable periods, be it general, surgery, eyes, etc. Are we lucky? I guess.
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So you admit that the real president was Rumsfeld. Okay. I thought it was Cheney. I stand corrected.
I still believe the pecking order was President Halliburton Cheney,
Vice President Rummy and the Dummy Bush!

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"Mr. Greenspan is Flat Wrong": Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalists Respond to Alan Greenspan's Claim that He Didn't Know about Federal Reserve's Role in Iraq's Missing Billions /October 9, 2007 /http://tinyurl.com/ybg36sb
Last month, during an appearance on Democracy Now!, former Federal Reserve chair Alan Greenspan questioned a report in Vanity Fair that $12 billion was shipped from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to Iraq.$9 billion cannot be accounted for. Today investigative journalists Donald Barlett and James Steele respond to Greenspan.

We return to a story we covered last month -– Iraq's missing billions. Just weeks after the invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration began airlifting planeloads of cash to Baghdad for use by U.S. occupation officials.$12 billion in US currency was shipped in just over a year. But where did the money go? To date, at least $9 billion cannot be accounted for.
Last month, Democracy Now! interviewed the investigative journalist team of Donald Barlett and James Steele. They published a shocking expose in Vanity Fair tracking how the money went from the Federal Reserve to Iraq.
http://www.democracynow.org/2007/10/9/mr_gree...

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Money for Nothing
Billions of dollars have disappeared, gone to bribe Iraqis and line contractors’ pockets. October 24, 2005 / http://tinyurl.com/lhzgljx by Philip Giraldi CIA Ret.
The United States invaded Iraq with a high-minded mission: destroy dangerous weapons, bring democracy, and trigger a wave of reform across the Middle East. None of these have happened.
When the final page is written on America’s catastrophic imperial venture, one word will dominate the explanation of U.S. failure—corruption. Large-scale and pervasive corruption meant that available resources could not be used to stabilize and secure Iraq in the early days of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), when it was still possible to do so. Continuing corruption meant that the reconstruction of infrastructure never got underway, giving the Iraqi people little incentive to co-operate with the occupation. Ongoing corruption in arms procurement and defense spending means that Baghdad will never control a viable army while the Shi’ite and Kurdish militias will grow stronger and produce a divided Iraq in which constitutional guarantees will be irrelevant.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articl...
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Yes, it's unfortunately true in certain areas for hip replacements, as that is regarded in most cases as elective surgery, not urgent. Three months is too long, though, and I hope we remedy it. But, as EVERYONE is guaranteed treatment at no cost, you will often have wait times. But, three months, from time of detected malady to surgery, I don't know, not perfection, but nonetheless not yet dramatic. Question : How long the wait in the U.S. for hip surgery if a) one has no health coverage (forever^)...2) before insurance company approves it or turns it down...
Heart stent : No wait if health of patient is in danger. None. I know this from statistics and personal experience, family and acquaintances who've had those interventions.
I hate to personalize it, but here goes : wife had horrendous cold and all that comes with it Sunday. Called her family doctor next day, Monday, who gave her appointment at 7:00 pm same day. Not bad. Nonetheless, she got sicker and so we went to walk-in clinic. She waited exactly 45 minutes, was out 15 minutes later with prescriptions. Cost for visit : ZERO. Cost for antibiotics and one other medication : ZERO. Needless to say, we cancelled 7:00 pm appointment. She is feeling better. For whatever we've required medically since 1994, we've never waited unreasonable periods, be it general, surgery, eyes, etc. Are we lucky? I guess.
You are describing a typical situation as we have inside America with one exception.

WE HAVE TO PAY BIG TIME FOR EVERYTHING.

Especially for hospital bills, and medications.

I do appreciate your honesty and knowledge of things that are pertinent to all of us.

Keep and stay well.

P.S. Bottom line Fox News was embellishing as usual.

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<quoted text>Tell the truth. What is the usurpers legal name? What is his Nationality? What is his actual skin color?
Who shot JR?
Why did the chicken cross the road?
When did you decide to stop beating your children?
Did you order the code red?

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You are describing a typical situation as we have inside America with one exception.
WE HAVE TO PAY BIG TIME FOR EVERYTHING.
Especially for hospital bills, and medications.
I do appreciate your honesty and knowledge of things that are pertinent to all of us.
Keep and stay well.
P.S. Bottom line Fox News was embellishing as usual.
Thanks for your understanding. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, Canada has had to deal with a tough 6-year recession, just like you guys, and pretty much all the countries on this globe. Our healthcare system is far from perfect, but it beats the alternative, namely, no universal health care. But, having lived a long time in Europe, I must say Michael Moore's movie and health and social benefits in Europe was right on ! And at lower per capita cost too. He did go overboard, though, almost made it look great to be sick.

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You actually come back with the above? To prove what? That the majority of people lynched were blacks, Hispanics and Indians, and that those three states lived in the stone age?
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Hello, Are you ready to admit that you are STUPID?
Obama promised one thing; Obamacare architects knew in 2010 the law would deliver another.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/#ixzz2j7yw5Rgc
SHEEPLE, He Knew He Was LYING.
And the above has what to do with lynchings and blacks and Hispanics and whites and Texas? Bit of a one-track mind, obsessional, are you?

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I still believe the pecking order was President Halliburton Cheney,
Vice President Rummy and the Dummy Bush!
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"Mr. Greenspan is Flat Wrong": Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalists Respond to Alan Greenspan's Claim that He Didn't Know about Federal Reserve's Role in Iraq's Missing Billions /October 9, 2007 /http://tinyurl.com/ybg36sb
Last month, during an appearance on Democracy Now!, former Federal Reserve chair Alan Greenspan questioned a report in Vanity Fair that $12 billion was shipped from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to Iraq.$9 billion cannot be accounted for. Today investigative journalists Donald Barlett and James Steele respond to Greenspan.
We return to a story we covered last month -– Iraq's missing billions. Just weeks after the invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration began airlifting planeloads of cash to Baghdad for use by U.S. occupation officials.$12 billion in US currency was shipped in just over a year. But where did the money go? To date, at least $9 billion cannot be accounted for.
Last month, Democracy Now! interviewed the investigative journalist team of Donald Barlett and James Steele. They published a shocking expose in Vanity Fair tracking how the money went from the Federal Reserve to Iraq.
http://www.democracynow.org/2007/10/9/mr_gree...
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Money for Nothing
Billions of dollars have disappeared, gone to bribe Iraqis and line contractors’ pockets. October 24, 2005 / http://tinyurl.com/lhzgljx by Philip Giraldi CIA Ret.
The United States invaded Iraq with a high-minded mission: destroy dangerous weapons, bring democracy, and trigger a wave of reform across the Middle East. None of these have happened.
When the final page is written on America’s catastrophic imperial venture, one word will dominate the explanation of U.S. failure—corruption. Large-scale and pervasive corruption meant that available resources could not be used to stabilize and secure Iraq in the early days of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), when it was still possible to do so. Continuing corruption meant that the reconstruction of infrastructure never got underway, giving the Iraqi people little incentive to co-operate with the occupation. Ongoing corruption in arms procurement and defense spending means that Baghdad will never control a viable army while the Shi’ite and Kurdish militias will grow stronger and produce a divided Iraq in which constitutional guarantees will be irrelevant.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articl...
Thank our lucky stars for vanity fair. I read the whole article, it was endless, on Cheney-Gonzalez-Haliburton and its "contractors" and how rules and regulations to thwart the laws were instituted by Gonzalez (guess why he "mysteriously" resigned?). Anyhow, not for me to say too much, though that kind of stuff affects us all, U.S. AND other countries.

As for Iraq, Rogue and company still have not understood that the devil you know is better than the devil you don't know. Saddam was a murdering S.O.B, who will deny that? But, Rogue cannot bring himself to tell us how Iraq is better off post-Saddam. Obama, Canada, Italy, G.B., and France made the same mistake in Libya, though not to such an extent in lives and money. Look at Libya today. Bring back Ghadaffi !

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What a total loser you are. What other horrendous secrets have you discovered about Obama? Don't forget, now, he has a wife and 2 teenage daughters, a dog , even. All fair game as we've seen in the past.

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Justice LRS wrote : "Do you think these petty insults of a former president President actually bother anyone? I sure hope not!"

Hope you don't mind my quoting you precisely, save for "former" president? I would say "present president". Oh, was calling Rumsfeld a former president a Freudian slip by any chance? You never did explain that flub, your 100,000th since you joined Topix.

What a slimy slug loser. Ewwww, PLEASE, LRS, don't kerplunk like that, you have company. Not being certain of the significance of the word "kerplunk", LMAO (LRS tm reg'd),would you mind telling one and all its exact meaning? Thank you.

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Tell the truth. What is the usurpers legal name? What is his Nationality? What is his actual skin color?
Herewith answers to your 3 questions as backed up by 535 congressmen and senators, 50 governors, 50 state legislatures, 9 Supreme Court justices, including even Clarence Thomas , the whole Bush family, Romney and Ryan and aides, John McCain, Sarah Palin and 190 countries :

Barack Hussein Obama

100% U.S. citizen and American, born in Honolulu

Skin colour has no importance. Oh, it's important to you, is it not? That damn BLACK man in the WHITE House.

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You could repeat what others have said, all night? Wow!
Did your boyfriend read that post to you? Hey, your secret is safe here. Just don't let your father find out. He wants you all to himself.

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Do you think these petty insults of a former President actually bother anyone? I sure hope not!
Obviously, they must.
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Amen! I mean it isn't like W is the First Lady, one of the children or even the family pet. Now those are the appropriate targets for petty insults!
*First Lady/s
Jacqueline - Michelle

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If it were science Wojar, they wouldn't use qualifiers like "may" or "could".
OB is so pitifully ignorant of the methods of science it is beyond belief.

Puh-f'king-lease!

How about qualifiers such as "suggests" or "possibly"?

"It has not escaped our notice that the specific pairing we have postulated immediately suggests a possible copying mechanism for the genetic material."

-J. D. Watson and F. H. C. Crick, Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids, Nature, April 25, 1953.
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<quoted text>And we know all the liberals who control the sciences are not concerned with scientific methods but are really possessed by demons and attack truths with falsehoods such as evolution in order to foster socialism and communism. It's a fact that is what scientists want. Isn't that a FACT?

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