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No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#940734 Jul 9, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
And just what in the hell would you know about being a veteran? Just because you wear a hat and some patches on a cheap leather jacket you actually think that makes you another Rambo...Lying Freak.
Captain Ghost ... LOL... I served they are the ones that send me my $1,000 a month check, and my tri-care along with a few other perks..

LMFAO...

It's the culture...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#940735 Jul 9, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
The study of killings by military veterans was conducted by The New York Times. It showed an 89 percent increase - from 184 cases to 349 - in the six years following the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan in the number of homicides involving active-duty military personnel and new veterans. About three-quarters of these cases involved Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
More than half of the crimes involved guns while the rest were stabbings, beatings, strangulations and bath drownings, the report said. Twenty-five offenders faced murder, manslaughter or homicide charges for fatal car crashes resulting from drunken, reckless or suicidal driving.
https://www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/01/...
Wasn't the New York Times busted multiple times for printing fraudulent stories as "news"?

But, let's say 349.

How many murders were there in, oh, say, the south side of Chicago during this same time period?
I'll tell you. Over 3,000.

Obama voters in just one city murder over 3,000 people during the same time veterans are responsible for 349 deaths from the total population of the entire country.

... and you want the people who murdered as many people in just one city as were killed in a goddam war to run the country....
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#940736 Jul 9, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you parrots ever stop parroting mediamatters.org ?
Did you look at any other source to confirm, deny or actually tell the whole story?
You didn't, did you?
if Beck said it, it is of no consequence to anyone but a Beckling.

it's like you folks think FOX type thinking/lying is mainstream or something. it is not, and never will be. most people aren't that gullible.

and let us not forget.....only 8%. so there ya go.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#940737 Jul 9, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
I actually agree with you. Zimmerman should have stayed put after calling the police.
But neighbors are allowed to protect their neighborhoods even if it means walking around the neighborhood or waiting for the police.
If Zimmerman had not been carrying a weapon that night, it might have been Trayvon on trial - unless help had arrived first.
We'll never know, sadly enough.
Or, nothing if the government chose not to prosecute a black teen for murdering a hispanic male because of the racial-tension excuse.
GOPIdiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#940738 Jul 9, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
I actually agree with you. Zimmerman should have stayed put after calling the police.
But neighbors are allowed to protect their neighborhoods even if it means walking around the neighborhood or waiting for the police.
If Zimmerman had not been carrying a weapon that night, it might have been Trayvon on trial - unless help had arrived first.
We'll never know, sadly enough.
Again, how do you know Martin was the aggressor?
Same way you knew Romney would be POTUS?
GOPIdiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#940739 Jul 9, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
Well, the so-called "talks" with the Taliban is falling apart. This was predictable. There's no reason whatsoever to talk with the Taliban. The only reason to stage this fraud show would be to sabotage the Karzai government.
As a result of Obama again appearing like an ignorant buffoon to the world, the US is now considering complete withdrawal from Afghanistan.
We should have done that the first day Obama took office. When the Commander in Chief is one of the enemy, all of the Armed Forces should be withdrawn.
Now, we should consider history. Yes, there is a parallel in history for this. South Vietnam.
In 1972 the South Vietnamese defeated the single largest communist invasion of the entire war WITH NO ASSISTANCE FROM US GROUND COMBAT UNITS which had been withdrawn from Vietnam the previous year. This caused the South Vietnamese to consume nearly all of their munitions and supplies.
The Democrat-controlled Congress of 1973 cut off all support for the government and country of South Vietnam, and passed the Case-Church Amendment which prevented any transfer of munitions and supplies from US Armed Forces to South Vietnam. The South Vietnamese could not replenish their exhausted supplies, and in 1975 the communists invaded a disarmed and defenseless South Vietnam.
Afghanistan is beginning to look like an exact parallel.
Then why didn't Bush end it before he left office, instead of leaving that mess along with others for his replacement?
TSM

El Paso, TX

#940740 Jul 9, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
Glenn Beck: Hospitalized Heinz Kerry May Be Faking
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/07/08/glenn...
do you nutjobs ever have an original thought?
There’s nothing coincidental about this administration embarrass over Kerry being caught Yachting during Crisis, again any updates on Teresa or was this a simple Migraine brought on by Kerry? Son you need to broaden your Horizon’ Mediamatter’ is the home for the Simpleton!!
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#940741 Jul 9, 2013
Palmer wrote:
The economy added 195,000 new jobs in June, beating economists' expectations of 155,000 jobs and matching the revised pace from May. Because of Obama we are seeing a healthy growth in the mobile phone industry. http://x.co/1JFU0
Because of Republican governors, healthy growth and jobs growth were in Red states...

It's the culture..
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#940742 Jul 9, 2013
Teresa Heinz Kerry's condition has been upgraded from critical to "fair," according to a spokesman, after the wife of Secretary of State John Kerry was rushed to a Massachusetts hospital over the holiday weekend.

Kerry spokesman Glen Johnson said Monday that Heinz Kerry continues to undergo further evaluation. He said the secretary of State and other members of the family are with her at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Doctors upgraded her condition after conducting a series of tests.

"The family is touched by the outpouring of well-wishes," he said.

Heinz Kerry was first taken by ambulance to a Nantucket hospital on Sunday. The family has not offered additional details on her condition, though speculation has focused on symptoms potentially connected with those of a seizure.

Nantucket Police Lt. Jerry Adams said a call requesting medical aid was received just after 3:30 p.m. for a home on Hulbert Avenue, and an ambulance was dispatched. Online records show the property is connected to Heinz Kerry's family.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/08/te...

too bad Glenn got fired?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#940743 Jul 9, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
After Cairo’s Coup
....the United States certainly should not be backing the coup makers against the Muslim Brotherhood. Of course that is exactly what the neocons are suggesting we do, David Brooks opining that Egyptians don’t have the “mental ingredients” to be real democrats, and Commentary arguing that this time the Obama administration has a “second chance” which it can redeem by wholeheartedly backing the Egyptian military. It is mildly satisfying to see the neoconservatives’ supposed “idealistic” interest in “democracy promotion” exposed as the dishonest huckstering for military aggression it always was. But if the United States has no real interest in invading other countries to bring them democracy, it certainly does not need to antagonize Muslims the world over by embracing a military coup against a freely elected Muslim political figure. Morsi’s failings were legion, and his downfall may well turn out to be a positive thing for Egypt. But he was neither brutal dictator nor mass murderer, and the millions of Egyptians who elected him in good faith don’t need an advertisement of American hypocrisy, which is what rewriting American law to allow a massive financial aid package for the coup makers would be.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/after-...
So, what you're saying is, the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists in the White House every day are really the government-in-exile for Egypt, right?

How about this:

We join the side that is against the goddam terrorists at war with us and want to kill us.

Morsi had a chance. The Muslim Brotherhood's intollerance of any other faction sharing political power with them caused the Egyptian military to toss the terrorists' asses out of the government.
Now, there shouldn't be any reason to have the Muslim Brotherhood in the White House every day, should there?
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#940744 Jul 9, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you speak English?
Much better than you can comprehend it, son.
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#940745 Jul 9, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
Well, the so-called "talks" with the Taliban is falling apart. This was predictable. There's no reason whatsoever to talk with the Taliban. The only reason to stage this fraud show would be to sabotage the Karzai government.
As a result of Obama again appearing like an ignorant buffoon to the world, the US is now considering complete withdrawal from Afghanistan.
We should have done that the first day Obama took office. When the Commander in Chief is one of the enemy, all of the Armed Forces should be withdrawn.
Now, we should consider history. Yes, there is a parallel in history for this. South Vietnam.
In 1972 the South Vietnamese defeated the single largest communist invasion of the entire war WITH NO ASSISTANCE FROM US GROUND COMBAT UNITS which had been withdrawn from Vietnam the previous year. This caused the South Vietnamese to consume nearly all of their munitions and supplies.
The Democrat-controlled Congress of 1973 cut off all support for the government and country of South Vietnam, and passed the Case-Church Amendment which prevented any transfer of munitions and supplies from US Armed Forces to South Vietnam. The South Vietnamese could not replenish their exhausted supplies, and in 1975 the communists invaded a disarmed and defenseless South Vietnam.
Afghanistan is beginning to look like an exact parallel.
That's Bull sh1t moron...Hey old clueless twit, you simply make up Sh1t as you go along. We were there in 73 when the first peace treaty was signed. Besides our involvement there was a by product of Eisenhower and allegedly to stop communist aggression.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#940746 Jul 9, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you speak English?
You're clueless about your subprime claim aren't you son?

That's ok. I understand.

It's your choice.

As an American, you're afforded that option.

You are American....... aren't you?
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#940747 Jul 9, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
You must really be in a bind for something to add to the discussion.
Is it really necessary to provide a link showing Obama giving everyone with a Saudi passport "special traveller" status?
How about you search "Obama special traveller saudi Arabia" and start reading.
Get back with us when you know enough to participate in the discussion. Give us the link for it.
Or, how about you open your lying yap and say something like "that didn't happen."
Hey son. You continually demand others answer your questions as if you're some sort of god.

Apparently your weakness is you're not as god-like as you believe. So.....

"If you have no links or examples to offer then be a good consumer and go watch TV, airhead." - shinningelectr0n

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#940748 Jul 9, 2013
GOPIdiots wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, how do you know Martin was the aggressor?
Same way you knew Romney would be POTUS?
Hoodieman called his girlfriend and told her he was going to kick some creepy ass cracker's ass, idiot.
Then, there's the location of Zimmerman versus the location of Hoodieman, the busted nose, the grass on the back of the shirt, and the evidence of Zimmerman's head being bashed against the concrete sidewalk.
On the other side, there's a hole blown through Hoodieman's chest cavity... and nothing else.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#940749 Jul 9, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
FOX just never apologizes when it gets caught lying. and they reward their talking heads who tell the best lies.
carol calls that 'journalistic integrity'.
She forgot to precede it with 'right wing extremist'....
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#940750 Jul 9, 2013
GOPIdiots wrote:
<quoted text>
Then why didn't Bush end it before he left office, instead of leaving that mess along with others for his replacement?
I suspect by now it's way beyond obvious that old DB simply makes up sh1t as he goes..I do hope that the proper authorities are aware of that moron. His psychological problems are glaring and I would seriously think that he is under some kind of supervision.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#940751 Jul 9, 2013
TSM wrote:
<quoted text>
There’s nothing coincidental about this administration embarrass over Kerry being caught Yachting during Crisis, again any updates on Teresa or was this a simple Migraine brought on by Kerry? Son you need to broaden your Horizon’ Mediamatter’ is the home for the Simpleton!!
caught yachting?

proof?

and no, i am not of the church of the right wing leap of faith.

so pictures would be sufficient. words coming out of the mouth of America's premier nutjob just aren't going to cut it.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#940752 Jul 9, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Because, as some like to say on here, even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.
But even when the liberal media actually gets it right and proves you liberals are wrong, you still don't believe it.
That's just how brainwashed you are.
Son, that's the difference.

You believe the likes of fart news never gets it wrong.

The so called liberal media obviously is much more balanced at reporting.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#940753 Jul 9, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
That's Bull sh1t moron...Hey old clueless twit, you simply make up Sh1t as you go along. We were there in 73 when the first peace treaty was signed. Besides our involvement there was a by product of Eisenhower and allegedly to stop communist aggression.
In case you were sleeping in class this morning:

we finished our history lesson yesterday when the Soviet Union petitioned the UN to create two countries in Vietnam, and the UN accepted. Let's review before we continue:
The Japanese army was in Vietnam after the war ended. The British monitored the removal of the Japanese army in the southern region of Vietnam, while the Chinese army in the northern region. After the Japanese army had been removed, the British army left Vietnam and the Chinese army refused to leave.
Ho Chi Minh goes to Paris and asks the French to return to Vietnam to remove the Chinese Army. The French return to Vietnam and bring elections with them.
(Ho Chi Minh's communist do not win the provincial elections, and Ho Chi Minh cannot be dictator of Vietnam.)
Ho Chi Minh declares the northern region of Vietnam a separate country.(I declared the property I live on a separate country, too, the People's Democratic Republic of Bikeria, where I am the dictator, and we don't have elections or a constitution.)
Vietnam becomes part of the Cold War when Ho Chi Minh asks the Soveit Union to help him in his war against the democratic provinces of Vietnam that didn't elect communists, and the French he asked to return to Vietnam.
The communists defeat the French at Dien Bien Phu with Soviet weapons.
Today, we will learn how the US became involved in Vietnam.
1955
The Soviet Union petitions the UN to divide Vietnam into two separate countries. The UN agrees. Vietnam becomes two separate countries at the request of Ho Chi Minh, a heavily militarized North, and a non-militarized South.
Ho Chi Minh invades Laos and Cambodia and uses the communist-occupied territories there to stage invasions of South Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh extends his "influence" in South Vietnam by using the tactic of slipping into villages at night and murdering all elected officials.
South Vietnam asks the United States for help.
The United States becomes involved in Vietnam.

So, what is inaccurate here? Please correct the inaccuracies with what you claim is the history of Vietnam.

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