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Gering, NE

#905913 May 18, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>Now you're defending Syria's mass murdering dictator Assad?
war mongering, frontporch?
Whatever

Gering, NE

#905914 May 18, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>"You can't keep lying about republicans committing voter fraud most often as a 'marketing ploy'.(CBS News) Revelations that the Republican National Committee urged several states to hire a consulting firm that submitted potentially fraudulent voter registration forms in Florida are continuing to cause embarrassment to the Republican Party.
RNC spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday his group had cut ties to the firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, citing "zero tolerance" for voter fraud. "This is an issue we take extremely seriously," he told CBS News. "When allegations were brought to our attention we severed all ties to the firm."
The Los Angeles Times reported that the RNC urged the state GOP in seven swing states to hire the firm, despite the fact that the man who runs it, Nathan Sproul, has been accused of running firms that have destroyed Democratic registrations. Sproul told the newspaper that RNC officials asked him to set up a new firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, so that his efforts would not be linked to those allegations. The RNC has reportedly paid the firm at least $3.1 million via state parties. "Check this out: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57522694/...
Old news
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Gering, NE

#905915 May 18, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>"You can't keep lying about republicans committing voter fraud most often as a 'marketing ploy'.(CBS News) Revelations that the Republican National Committee urged several states to hire a consulting firm that submitted potentially fraudulent voter registration forms in Florida are continuing to cause embarrassment to the Republican Party.
RNC spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday his group had cut ties to the firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, citing "zero tolerance" for voter fraud. "This is an issue we take extremely seriously," he told CBS News. "When allegations were brought to our attention we severed all ties to the firm."
The Los Angeles Times reported that the RNC urged the state GOP in seven swing states to hire the firm, despite the fact that the man who runs it, Nathan Sproul, has been accused of running firms that have destroyed Democratic registrations. Sproul told the newspaper that RNC officials asked him to set up a new firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, so that his efforts would not be linked to those allegations. The RNC has reportedly paid the firm at least $3.1 million via state parties. "Check this out: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57522694/...
Accused by whom and oops you forgot to erase that the firm was drop by the RNC when the accusations occurred. You aren't very bright

In the end you Lied and couldn't back up your idiotic claim.
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Gering, NE

#905916 May 18, 2013
John Dean wrote:
I find the comparison -- that whoever is making the analysis is challenged in their understanding of history.
In your bitterness, you haven't been able to find your butt for 3 decades. Scat...
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#905917 May 18, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Sucks to be a brain dead FOXbot racist.
BushCo nearly destroyed the nation paving the way for the first black President to easily defeat the Republican entries__twice.
By the time Obama leaves office the nations economy and attitude will be stronger than at any time during the George W Bush administration.
Obamabot BS
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Gering, NE

#905918 May 18, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>"FOX Business: Capitalism Lives Here
The blue-chip average roared past the 15000 mark for the first time ever as traders cheered data suggesting than labor market is in better condition than previous thought.
Today's Markets
As of 3:06 p.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 139 points, or 0.94%, to 14971, the S&P 500 jumped 16.2 points, or 1%, to 1614 and the Nasdaq Composite surged 37.8 points, or 1.1%, to 3378.
Wall Street has had a manic week: The markets sold off on Wednesday, just to rally on Thursday. Now, world trading desks have focused their attention squarely on the American economy.
The Dow and S&P 500 both hit milestones. The blue-chip average topped 15000 for the first time ever, while the broader S&P surpassed 1600. Both were up more than 13% on the year.
Economically-sensitive stocks led the way higher. Industrial, materials, financial and consumer discretionary names fared the best. Defensive plays like utilities, telecommunications and consumer staples performed the worst.
Economic Woes 'In the Rearview Mirror'
The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls rose by 165,000 in April from March, beating expectations of 145,000. The unemployment rate ticked down to 7.5% from 7.6% for the month, the lowest level since December 2008. Economists expected the rate to hold steady. March’s nonfarm payroll increase was also revised up to 138,000 from a previously reported 88,000."
Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2013/05/03...
Your point?

This still remains the most sluggish recovery in history due to Obama's bumbling leadership.

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#905919 May 18, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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You can't possibly believe that Susan Rice decided to lie on her own.
No, of course not. She was just dutifully following orders to be rewarded later for her blind loyalty.

Again, I'm struck by the comparison of history repeating itself.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#905920 May 18, 2013
flack wrote:
I have a question. In this modern day of technology where are the tweets, Facebook, etc of the 34 people who were in Benghazi when all of this stuff started? Forget emails. Somebody had to have tweeted something at the beginning of this mess.
Most worked for the CIA in some capacity Flacko. You do know that the Benghazi mission was merely diplomatic cover for the nearby CIA base right?

Whatever__honor plays a role in that arena at least for those hoping to continue working.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#905921 May 18, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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war mongering, frontporch?
Democrats are just looking for an excuse to attack Syria, just like they attacked Libya.

Probably with the same result, a radical Islamist government that murders US diplomats, followed by an Obama coverup.

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Gering, NE

#905922 May 18, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Nothing here about the 47% being the enemy or being hounded into submission by the IRS.
You just don't get it.
It's not just tax-exempt groups, but targeting individuals for their political positions.
Individuals who donated to Romney were hounded by the IRS. One had three audits and the admin unleashed OASHA on him too

Dean, choke on your idiocy -there is an enemy list.

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#905923 May 18, 2013
Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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No, of course not. She was just dutifully following orders to be rewarded later for her blind loyalty.
Again, I'm struck by the comparison of history repeating itself.
Instead it cost her the Secretary of State position.

I wonder how long the admin can keep people they have burned under wraps

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#905924 May 18, 2013
Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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No, of course not. She was just dutifully following orders to be rewarded later for her blind loyalty.
Again, I'm struck by the comparison of history repeating itself.
And who does Susan Rice report to and presumably take direction from?

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#905925 May 18, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>Now you're defending Syria's mass murdering dictator Assad?
To be honest, it is in the best interests of the USA to stay out of Syria and allow Assad to kill as many radical Islamists as possible.

Each Muslim killed is one less to attack the US.

And if they happen to kill Assad, not the worst thing either.

Just as long as we do not take sides or assist in any way.

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Gering, NE

#905926 May 18, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> How soon do you forget what a real scandal looks like. Yeah, here is a real scandal involving 'targeting individuals for their political positions' " US Attorney firings
On December 7, 2006, eight US attorneys were notified that they would be fired. Most came from swing states. Most were considered not to have aggressively enough prosecuted Democrats or voter fraud cases in the run up to November 2006 elections, the idea being that such prosecutions would have helped Republicans in close elections. Worse some were investigating and had even prosecuted prominent Republicans. And then there were those partisan hacks waiting in the wings to replace them." Check this out: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/05/17/1209...
You are pure idiocy. This went no where as these individuals are appointed at the beginning of each term by the President.

You are using Daily K0s -a radical left political site-as your source. Get a clue!

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#905927 May 18, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Most worked for the CIA in some capacity Flacko. You do know that the Benghazi mission was merely diplomatic cover for the nearby CIA base right?
Whatever__honor plays a role in that arena at least for those hoping to continue working.
So what? They were still American citizens, abandoned by Obama.

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#905928 May 18, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Most worked for the CIA in some capacity Flacko. You do know that the Benghazi mission was merely diplomatic cover for the nearby CIA base right?
Whatever__honor plays a role in that arena at least for those hoping to continue working.
What a fool you are. Of course we have CIA bases and spies working as diplomats through out the world.

No wonder you have no problems with umbrellas as you are identifying with Mary Poppins way too much.

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#905929 May 18, 2013
Correction

These are individuals are appointed at the beginning of each term by the President. There was no fraud or illegality involved.

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#905930 May 18, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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The sad fact is that Obama is not a liberal, not even close, but a Fascist dictator.
You will here in the not to distant future these words "Capitalism doesn't work. It never has. We need to try something else." Mark my words here!!!

The greatest hope for mankind is being flushed down the toilet.

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Orlando, FL

#905931 May 18, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Intelligent true liberals do not like police states like the Obama administration.
l like to call them smart liberals. Brokaw is a fluke, in my opinion, but Stewart just buys into the same nonexistent utopia for all the wrong reasons. His criticisms of this administration even so are brutal when it's deserved - especially recently.

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#905932 May 18, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
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You won't see that while your lot deny climate change & the measures needed to address it. Again it becomes another "Liberal" idea and that's the problem. To borrow a phrase from a famous innovator's advertising. Trying to get you to "Think Different" is almost an impossible task. But thinking outside the square is where the great discoveries come from. That's how Einstein discovered Relativity and the concept of Time in a whole new way. If you continue to think in a pre-programmed way to deny all that doesn't fit into your concept of how things are then you are denying yourself a opportunity to advance. No Teacher should hold that attitude. Conservatism has drifted into thinking backwards trying to hold on to what has long since past. There is no future in that mode of thinking, only repeating failures.
FYI: The magnetic poles are shifting. You made one of the biggest scammers in history a very rich man.

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