There is absolutely nothing in the U.S. Constitution that mentions anything at all about abortion. I find it interesting that nobody I have ever met who is pro-abortion was ever aborted themselves.<quoted text>
More inbred stupidity.
Abortion is legal in th eUSA, per theSupreme Court, as part of the US Constitution.
Why do you nitwits hate the US Constitution??
As much as morons like you call it murder, all it does is make you look even more backwards and retarded!!
Abortion is legal, take your religious biases and move to a communist coountry, where you belong!!
#793265 Nov 4, 2012
#793266 Nov 4, 2012
Only union-workers are allowed to offload the trucks.
#793267 Nov 4, 2012
He won't release his college records because they reflect his Communist views.
#793268 Nov 4, 2012
Where was this outrage over Benghazi when 12 attacks
similar happened on Bush's watch?
#793269 Nov 4, 2012
Christie? The walking heart attack traitor that's owned by the labor unions? Bloomberg? The idiot who wants to ban soft drinks while people die on Staten Island? Maybe they should get together. Bloomberg could put Cristie on a weight control program.
#793270 Nov 4, 2012
Most people in N.J. hate traitor Cristie right now.
#793271 Nov 4, 2012
Did Clinton hit on your daughter?
#793272 Nov 4, 2012
The economy usually gets better when a Republican Congress is in control of spending and a Democrat president moves center.
It usually gets worse when a Democrat Congress is in control of spending and a Democrat president remains immoveably far left.
Things didn't get any better with a Democrat Congress and a Democrat president for two years. Neither has it gotten any better with a Democrat controlled Senate and a Democrat president the past two years - 2 out of 3 stacked against Republicans.
It's amazing you can't see that. The only hope we have is if Republicans win back the Senate and keep the House - when it's stacked 2 out of 3 against the president if Obama should win. That's what happened under Clinton.
The housing market crisis was something altogether different since both parties ignored the warnings.
A Democrat Congress was in control of spending before it happened, but it's easier to blame a Republican president who issued the warnings.
#793273 Nov 4, 2012
I didn't want to go to Vietnam because I wasn't into drugs.
#793274 Nov 4, 2012
The Breitbart story that every right wing blog on the net evidently misread, says nothing about running out of water.
The leap of faith crowd fails again.
#793275 Nov 4, 2012
Yeah, too bad bayonets aren't available anymore.
#793276 Nov 4, 2012
And liberal women want the taxpayers to supply those tissues.
#793277 Nov 4, 2012
Man faces fallout for spreading false Sandy reports on Twitter
His tweets suggest he attended this year's Republican National Convention, and he's listed as a volunteer coordinator for Romney and other GOP candidates.
At least one elected official has asked that criminal charges be considered in the case.
#793278 Nov 4, 2012
Obama and his staff watched the entire event in the situation room live as it happened. He ordered American security forces to "stand down" because he didn't want to offend his "Muslim brothers" security forces, all the while making his plans to go to Vegas to party with Jay-z and Beyonce. He should be charged with criminal negligence.
#793279 Nov 4, 2012
Or just vaporize the place. Our SSBN crews could use the practice.
#793280 Nov 4, 2012
Absolutely! Just look at all the prosperous countries in black Africa!
#793281 Nov 4, 2012
O'Reilly Denies Fox's History Of Slandering Obama On Benghazi
On his Fox News show, Bill O'Reilly declared that no one "here" has ever called President Obama a murderer or liar over his handling of the attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya. But several Fox figures have accused Obama of purposely allowing Americans to die in Benghazi, and just last week, O'Reilly himself questioned a fellow Fox News host about having labeled the president a liar on Libya.
O'Reilly addressed the issue on his Friday show when guest Geraldo Rivera told him that President Obama deserves an apology for the way he's been treated in the press following the Benghazi attack. Rivera stated, "The president of the United States has been absolutely slandered over this story. He's been called a murderer and a liar." O'Reilly then interjected: "OK. But not by anybody here, and not by rational people."
"not by rational people"
#793282 Nov 4, 2012
#793283 Nov 4, 2012
Right-wing ‘Swift-boat’ smear fizzles
Obama should have been destroyed by now. That was the plan.
He was going to be “Swift-boated” in this election, just like John Kerry was in 2004.
It would be about Benghazi, where on Sept. 11 of this year, U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed. This would be the spear point that would fatally wound the Obama campaign.
It would be a classic smear: The Obama administration had delivered a “stand down” order to potential rescuers, and so four Americans had died.
Why would any agency or anybody in the administration do such a thing? It didn’t matter. Wingnuts can always find motives. There are still people who say Bill Clinton murdered Vince Foster. Whole books have been written about that one.
There are legitimate questions to be answered about what happened at Benghazi. There always are questions after such tragedies. Warnings were ignored by the George W. Bush administration before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, after all.
Were warnings ignored in Libya? Hindsight will probably find some.
And Stevens would hardly have ventured to Benghazi with inadequate protection if he thought there were legitimate warnings not to do so.
So a different narrative, a different point of attack, would have to be found for Benghazi.
On Oct. 26, Fox News reported that urgent requests for military backup during the attacks in Benghazi “was denied by officials in the CIA chain of command — who also told the CIA operators twice to ‘stand down’ rather than help the ambassador’s team when shots were heard at approximately 9:40 p.m. in Benghazi on Sept. 11.”
The CIA and State Department denied it, but “stand down” would become the rallying cry for the far right.
It not only appeared everywhere on social media, but on Friday, as Obama was on his way to a rally at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Hilliard, Ohio, it “passed small groups of onlookers, including a slightly larger cluster holding signs related to Benghazi, such as:‘We won’t stand down ... Benghazi,’ and,‘What are you hiding?’” according to the White House press pool report.
But Benghazi has proven to be not dynamite, but a firecracker. The October surprise has not turned into a bombshell. Instead, it has bombed.
David Ignatius, the highly respected columnist and associate editor of the Washington Post, who had been vigorous in demanding more information about Benghazi, wrote online Thursday,“While there were multiple errors that led to the final tragedy, there’s no evidence that the White House or CIA leadership deliberately delayed or impeded rescue efforts.”
Since: Oct 11
#793284 Nov 4, 2012
THIS IS WHY OBAMA WINS IN FLOIDA...
ST. PETERSBURG --
Today is the final day for early voting in Tuesday's general election, and long lines are forming across Florida.
Some sites are reporting a wait time of up to four hours in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, while locations in Hillsborough and Duval counties are reporting between 15 minutes to about an hour.
Despite record turnout in many parts of the state, Florida Gov. Rick Scott rejected calls to extend early voting through Sunday to help alleviate long lines at the polls.
That call was renewed Saturday by U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, a Democrat who is running for reelection against Rep. Connie Mack IV.
A news release from Nelson's campaign said the early voting process "has been plagued by long lines and a lack of adequate polling space that's resulting in an untold number of voters bring turned away or becoming too discouraged to vote."
“You should be doing everything in (your) power to make sure everybody has the chance to vote, and that their vote is counted,” Nelson said in a letter to Scott.“Instead, Gov. Scott, you are allowing people to be turned away and jeopardizing the credibility of Florida’s election.”
About 25 million people have already voted in 34 states and the District of Columbia, either by mail or in person. About three million voters have cast their ballots in Florida.
Those wishing to avoid potential long lines at the polls Tuesday have until 7 p.m. today to vote in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Polk, Pasco and Citrus counties. In Hernando County, voting sites close at 4:30 p.m.
Voters must bring identification and vote in the county in which they are registered. Those in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote.
Some Democrats and Democratic-leaning groups pushed for early voting to continue through Sunday, but Gov. Rick Scott said no. So voting sites will be closed on Sunday and Monday, and the polls will open at 7 a.m. Tuesday.
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