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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#890463 Apr 19, 2013
nobamaredux wrote:
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Muslim control is clearly a much more urgent problem.
How many other wonderful Muslim honor students are walking around planning to set off bombs?
And how many Presidents have been willing to protect them?

One bas turd, so far. This is just another case of workplace violence.

It will be interesting to see how the Boy Messiah tries framing this one into something other than Allah Terrorism. Religious Bias?
Cultural Conflict? Maybe they were 'bullied'?

Count on it. They are huddled in the White House at this moment trying to figure out a way to keep Allah out of it. The Liberal Media is in there, too.

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sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#890464 Apr 19, 2013
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Just muslim extremists, ethnicity not an issue.
Any other dumb questions?
so no fake war against the brown people?

that has to ruin a dittoheads' day. right?

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clean up crew part two

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#890465 Apr 19, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>I'm waiting for a few more shoes to drop.

Like any connection between these Bomb Brothers and the Boy Messiah's Saudi affections.
Kinda like how you've waited 90 years to grow a dk.
Right?

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clean up crew part two

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#890466 Apr 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
a sigh of relief....

Boston Terrorists Not Right-Wing Americans

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...

you right wingers were sweating it eh?
They still have Timothy mc veigh to cling to.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#890467 Apr 19, 2013
nobamaredux wrote:
By the way, the low-class POS in the White House did not send a single high-level official to the Thatcher funeral, not even worthless old Joe Biden.
This has NOT gone unnoticed. The Boy Messiah speaks loud in his actions. His words are all lies anyways. It is the actions that matter.

If the son of a Saudi Prince died in a hore house, the Boy Messiah would be there at the State Funeral in a flash.

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#890468 Apr 19, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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"...shrink the number of opportunities for criminals and potential terrorist to obtain weapons."????? Shrink them?
I can drive to Flint tonight and buy a weapon off the street and be home for supper. WTF are you talking about? Shrink?
Your head is shrinking, PeeDePoop.
That's true and that just sounds like Flint, Michigan.

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clean up crew part two

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#890469 Apr 19, 2013
Russia has right wingers too.
Careful, baggers.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#890470 Apr 19, 2013
Karma is a_______ wrote:
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I wonder what your opinion of Christianity was during the decades the IRA terrorists were bombing innocent British civilians....
or when Serbian Christians were committing genocide on Serbian Muslims, Croats and Bosnian Muslims......
or Lebanese Phalanges Party members committed the Shatila & Sabra massacres
BTW The Lebanese Phalanges Party are christians
Your voice is weak and your logic is non-existent. All good people are morally obligated to ignore Apologists for Evil.

Crawl back into your darkness, Dood, or I'll hit you with the Flashlight of Truth.....

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sonicfilter

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#890471 Apr 19, 2013
Prefacing his comments by insisting he knows "how foreign affairs work," Glenn Beck on April 18 announced that his website, The Blaze, was breaking news about the Boston Marathon bombing: A Saudi national student on a student visa and was "absolutely involved" in the Patriot's Day blast was being deported by the U.S. government for security reason.

Beck went further, claiming the student, or "dirt bag," as the host described him, was "possibly the ringleader" in the bombing that killed three people and injured more than one hundred, and the government was deliberately covering it up.

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/04/19/bosto...

LOL

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Realtime

Deltona, FL

#890473 Apr 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
so what's the right wing take on who we need to start a war with because of white Muslim terrorists?
a major quandary i'm sure.
Estonia???

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Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#890474 Apr 19, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Brain dead people can post on Topix
"silly"
At times you are proof that brain dead people can indeed post on Topox.
Peace

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#890475 Apr 19, 2013
clean up crew part two wrote:
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They still have Timothy mc veigh to cling to.
hold up....here comes the right wing chain email that will prove you 'wrong'.

nutjobs?

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WOW

Bronx, NY

#890476 Apr 19, 2013
Boston Marathon Bombing happened on Same Day as “Controlled Explosion” Drill by Boston Bomb Squad
The following report is largely based on a tweet from the Boston Globe regarding a controlled explosion on the same day of the Marathon. This information quoting the Boston Globe has so far not been confirmed by other media reports.

What’s not yet being reported by the mainstream media is that a “controlled explosion” was under way on the same day as the marathon explosion.

As the Bloomberg news is now saying,“This is very likely a terrorist attack.”

The question is: Who are the terrorists? It’s far too early to take an informed guess on all this. However, it is indisputable that the FBI is actively engaged in carrying out bomb plots in the United States, then halting them at the last minute to “catch the terrorists.” This fact has been covered by the New York Times, among other publications.

Also read
FBI ‘entrapment’ tactics questioned in web of phony terror plots and paid informants.

Keep in mind I am in no way blaming the FBI for this. Most men and women who work with the FBI are upstanding citizens who would be appalled at such acts. But it is theoretically possible that one of the FBI’s many “terror plots” went too far and turned into a live bomb instead of a dud followed by an arrest for “domestic terrorism.”

For the record, the explosions seemed relatively small for a false flag, and most false flags target children in order to maximize the emotional leverage after the event. That these explosions did not target children is yet more evidence that it may not have been a false flag at all.

Either way, terrorism always works in the favor of the state. It makes presidents look presidential, and it gives the government an excuse to crack down on civil liberties all across the country.

Be wary of who ultimately gets blamed for this, especially if it’s a veteran or patriot.
THAT WAS THE FIRST THING THEY DID

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#890477 Apr 19, 2013
clean up crew part two wrote:
Russia has right wingers too.
Careful, baggers.
Is Putin the Russian Reagan?

Russia has a 13 percent flat tax for all personal income, and a 20 percent rate for corporate taxes. It used to be much higher, but apparently Putin was pretty sure that cutting taxes would stimulate economic growth. Go figure.

http://www.rightwingnews.com/column-2/rachel-...

you're really good.

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WOW

Bronx, NY

#890478 Apr 19, 2013
War is Good for Business”: U.S. is the Largest Military Spender Worldwide. Austerity for Americans, Billions for the Military
The U.S. government’s military spending excess — when compared with the rest of the world — is down somewhat due mostly to troop withdrawals from Iraq and Afghanistan but still accounts for 39 percent of the global total, according to a new international study.

According to a report just released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), world military expenditures in 2012 totaled $1.75 trillion. And, the report revealed that, as in all recent decades, the world’s biggest military spender by far was the U.S. government, whose expenditures for war and preparations for war amounted to $682 billion — 39 percent of the global total.

The United States spent more than four times as much on the military as China (the number two big spender) and more than seven times as much as Russia (which ranked third). Although the military expenditures of the United States dipped a bit in 2012, largely thanks to the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, they remained 69 percent higher than in 2001.U.S. military supremacy is even more evident when the U.S. military alliance system is brought into the picture, for the United States and its allies accounted for the vast bulk of world military spending in 2012. NATO members, including the United States, spent $1 trillion dollars on the military.

Thus, although studies have found that the United States ranks 17th among nations in education, 26th in infant mortality, and 37th in life expectancy and overall health, there is no doubt that it ranks first when it comes to war.

This Number 1 status might not carry much weight among Americans scavenging for food in garbage dumpsters, among Americans unable to afford medical care, or among Americans shivering in poorly heated homes. Even many Americans in the more comfortable middle class might be more concerned with how they are going to afford the skyrocketing costs of a college education, how they can get by with fewer teachers, firefighters and police in their communities, and how their hospitals, parks, roads, bridges and other public facilities can be maintained.

Of course, there is a direct connection between the massive level of U.S. military spending and belt-tightening austerity at home: most federal discretionary spending goes for war.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#890481 Apr 19, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Send George Bush, and his father and brother, send the whole family; why aren't they going? Ooops! Warrants!
We have enough problems here that the President has to attend to.
If he went; you'd be whining about that.
BTW, Newt and Calista went; she got herself a cute new chapeaux too!
Why can't he send Moochelle, Latisha and Buhwani in his place? He sends them all over the world at taxpayer expense all the time anyways. Mexico, Spain, S. Africa, etc.. Millions upon millions of bucks....

So. Whuzza problemo, hey? Would it interfere with the latest Designer Fashion Show being held in the West Wing?

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sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#890483 Apr 19, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Estonia???
i was thinking Ubeki-beki-beki-stan-stan.

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WOW

Bronx, NY

#890484 Apr 19, 2013
Clinton, Bush and Obama: US War Crimes over Three Administrations
On Tuesday, the Constitution Project, a Washington, DC think tank, released a 600-page report by its “Task Force on Detainee Treatment” documenting decades of war crimes committed by US imperialism and its military and intelligence agencies.

The 11-member Task Force spent two years generating the report, interviewing over 100 individuals, including former detainees, military and intelligence operatives, interrogators and politicians in numerous countries. The report details abuse of detainees during the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations, and geographically covers such mistreatment in Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and the so-called black sites where the US government hides detainees in secret locations in foreign countries.

The report relies on publicly available documents, since the Task Force had no access to records kept by the military on the treatment of detainees. Nor could it compel testimony from witnesses or participants, since it lacked the power to issue subpoenas.

Nonetheless, the Task Force amassed an enormous and overwhelming quantity of evidence on US crimes. The report’s introduction contains this indictment of the American government’s conduct in the so-called “war on terror”:

“The events examined in this report are unprecedented in US history. In the course of the nation’s many previous conflicts, there is little doubt that some US personnel committed brutal acts against captives, as have armies and governments throughout history. But there is no evidence there had ever before been the kind of considered and detailed discussions that occurred after September 11, directly involving a president and his top advisors on the wisdom, propriety and legality of inflicting pain on some detainees in our custody.”

The introductory remarks go on to note:“Despite this extraordinary aspect, the Obama administration declined, as a matter of policy, to undertake or commission an official study of what happened, saying it was ‘unproductive’ to ‘look backwards’ rather than forward.”

The report offers a glimpse into the manner in which the judiciary has adapted itself to and facilitated the ever-expanding powers of the executive branch of government. Characterizing the role of the federal courts during the post-9/11 Bush administration, the report makes the following point:

“Courts, ever anxious about the possibility of defiance undermining their authority, generally allowed the administration to delay action.” In other words, according to the Task Force, the courts have largely gone along with the anti-democratic measures enacted in the name of the “war on terror” out of fear that the executive branch might simply ignore their rulings, effectively establishing an open presidential dictatorship.

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American Lady

Danville, KY

#890485 Apr 19, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
a sigh of relief....
Boston Terrorists Not Right-Wing Americans
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...
you right wingers were sweating it eh?
yeah ...???

HOW do "you" THINK
those boys FATHER "feels" ...???

With the obot admin ...
PLAYING

"Call of DUTY"
out

on

LIVE TV

SUCH "in your FACE"
violence

just

CREATES

MORE

in your FACE ... V-I-O-L-E-N-C-E ....

you "ignorant" peeps!

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#890486 Apr 19, 2013
WOW wrote:
Child Poverty in America among the Highest in the Developed World
A recent report by the United Nation’s Children’s Fund (UNICEF) details the growing levels of poverty facing children in the major capitalist countries.
Compiled with information taken in the final two years of last decade (2009-2010), the report reveals a staggering level of child poverty in the “developed” world, with the standards of living in the United States, which has the highest gross domestic product, ranking near the bottom on all metrics.
Entitled “Child Well-Being in Rich Countries,” the study measures living conditions faced by children in major capitalist countries of North America, Europe, Oceania, and parts of Asia. The countries are ranked by several criteria: material well-being, education, health and safety, behaviors and risks, and housing and environment.
Roughly one in seven children within the United States currently lives in poverty. According to the overall metric, the US ranks 26 out of 29, behind Greece and just above Lithuania, Latvia and Romania. On the education metric, it comes in 27, while on the material well-being metric it comes in at 26.
The report notes that the United States, which has the world’s highest gross domestic product, has remained at the bottom of the list throughout the past decade.
In the areas of material well-being, the report focuses on individual countries’ poverty rates and the relative gap between the median income and children classified as poor. In the United States, the average child in poverty was an estimated 36 percent below the official poverty line, ranking with nations such as Italy and Greece.
AMERICA NEEDS REAL CHANGE NOT THE SAME OLD STORY BARAK
Define Poverty.

60" Flat Screen TVs, Free Cellphones, X-Boxes, Subsidized ISP, Subsidized Rents, Subsidized College Tuition, Welfare Cheese and $500 Sneakers should not be included in your definition.

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