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#967805 Aug 20, 2013
O'bama and his Health care are racist bigoted fools:
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)— Minnesota is launching a massive awareness campaign to get people to sign up for its new insurance program. Millions of dollars are being used for the ads, which feature two of the state’s biggest celebrities: Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.

The $9 million ad campaign is supposed to get 1.3 million Minnesotans in the tent to sign up for health care. But critics call it false advertising.

“The biggest travesty here is that $9 million of taxpayer money has been spent coming up with Paul Bunyan and Babe,” GOP Rep. Peggy Scott said.

Scott says MNsure’s marketing studies, costing millions, are missing MNsure’s target audience: healthy young people.

“How many young healthy people even know who Paul Bunyon and Babe are?” Scott said.

The new TV ads feature the iconic duo in a number of injury-riddled mishaps for which they’ll need medical care and insurance. But Scott says the campaign never mentions what Minnesotans are really signing up for: Obamacare.

“It’s going to be more expensive. You’re going to have fewer choices and there’s not going to be much privacy involved here,” Scott said.

In Bemidji, where statues of the beloved Paul Bunyon and Babe the Blue Ox reside, there’s more controversy. Bemidji mayor Rita Albrecht told the Bemidji Pioneer the ads are “offensive” and the ads damage Bunyan’s image.

O'bama is a user... Denigrating the heart and soul of the American people.

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#967806 Aug 20, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Perhaps the registration forms were believed to be fraudulent, in which case it would/should be a crime to submit them. The bottom line is that third-party solicitation of voter registration forms should be prohibited. Those who want to vote should take the initiative to register on their own.
True.
sonicfilter

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#967807 Aug 20, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Have you seen the pictures of the three O'bama sons who murdered the Australian? there's a video too. Now we have an entire country calling for a boycott of the United States because of them. You are talking about a stupid rodeo where people go to have fun and laugh and no one was hurt. Of course the knee grows were having fun, laughing and dancing after they murdered this poor child. Un fricking believable.
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/three-teens-...
sad story. inexcusable behavior. though touting it as something that's entertaining is a bit low.

but hey, the clowns need to put on a good show.

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#967808 Aug 20, 2013
This is liberalism, brought to you by the democrats: Police say defenseless kittens were skewered by a 17-year-old with a bow and arrow. Lake County Indiana investigator Michelle Dvorscak showed us photos that a teen allegedly posed for and posted on Facebook, photos too gruesome to show.

“Two kittens on an arrow. One’s been shot through the head, it looks like one’s been shot through the body,” said Dvorscak.

The scene was an alley behind the boy’s home in East Chicago. Police say he took aim, hunting the cats about two weeks ago.

“He did confess. He said he was bored out of his mind the week before school started and decided to hunt some kittens,” said Dvorscak.

Police say staff at the Lake County Animal Adoption and Control Center took an anonymous call from someone complaining about the gruesome photos.

“What this anonymous caller did was the best thing. We got the tip, we found all the information,” said Yvonne Scott of the Lake County Animal Adoption and Control.

“They were horrible and horrific. And I don’t know how somebody could do that to a poor innocent kitten,” said Jennelle Melendy, of the Lake County Animal Adoption and Control.

They hope criminal charges against this teen will save other innocent animals and stop others from preying on pets.

“Juveniles who perpetrate these acts need to get therapy and need to pay for the crimes that they’ve committed,” said Dvorscak.

The prosecutor’s office is considering felony charges against this teen for abusing and killing the three kittens. The photos were removed from Facebook after several users complained.

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#967809 Aug 20, 2013
8/1/13: New York: Election Official Abuses Seniors at Home She Manages
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Democrat Election Commissioner Frances Knapp was indicted and plead not guilty to 46 felony counts and 48 misdemeanor counts of official misconduct and other charges. The most serious charges against Knapp, however, involve Knapp's involvement in absentee ballot fraud. Knapp allegedly tampered with the computer system sending of absentee ballots. Many of these victimized voters were residents of Maplewood Apartments, a senior living complex in Poughkeepsie managed by Knapp.

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#967810 Aug 20, 2013
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sad story. inexcusable behavior. though touting it as something that's entertaining is a bit low.
but hey, the clowns need to put on a good show.
Stephens County Courthouse heard how one of the boys accused of murdering Lane, 22, danced and laughed as he was taken into a police station to be charged after the killing on Friday.

James Edwards, 15, was treating the murder as a joke, Mr Hicks told the hearing.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/three-teens-...

Clowns: sure dressed up like O'bamason clowns. You betcha.

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#967811 Aug 20, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
A man entered a US elementary school armed with a Kalashnikov Tuesday and took employees hostage before surrendering, authorities said.
No one was wounded when he “held a few staff members captive in the front office,” then fired about six shots at police from inside the building, said Lieutenant Kyle Jones of the DeKalb Sheriff’s Office near Atlanta.
The suspected gunman had an AK-47 and several other firearms, Jones said, and surrendered after police shot back at him.
His identity has not been revealed nor have officials said whether he was associated with the Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy where the incident took place.
Only a racist pig like you would be more concerned about an event where nobody was injured than about the cold-blooded execution of a foreign student by three pieces of trash.

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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

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#967812 Aug 20, 2013
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I'm a really intelligent person and I have no problem calling you a fktard. Do you understand that non-word? Quite simply it means you're a fktard.
You are a phag. Do you understand that non-word? It means you sck cks until your mouth is filled with goo.....

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One of them, Frank Walton, pleaded guilty to submitting 54 fake voter registrations during the 2008 presidential campaign and faces up to 42 months in prison and a $10,000 fine when he's sentenced.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/11/26/ac...
There were more convictions in Nevada in 2011.
Soros and his ilk just devise other tactics. Your party has a long history of corruption with voting fraud.
What if Republicans had a version of ACORN and did this?
You're a hypocrite because you give your party a pass.
Now this :-)
A GOP-backed consulting firm may have submitted "hundreds" of faked voter registration forms in Florida, according to the Florida Department of State.

The GOP cut ties with the third party voter registering company Strategic Allied Consultants on Thursday after the Palm Beach County elections supervisor flagged 106 of the firm's registration forms for having similar handwriting, incorrect addresses and incomplete information.

Since then, elections officials in nine Florida counties have unearthed hundreds of possibly fraudulent registration forms.

Chris Cate, a spokesman for the Florida Department of State, said the state does not yet know the exactly how many forms were allegedly faked. While it is not unusual to get reports of incomplete registration cards, Cate said it is rare for the state to have so many forms with false or wrong information.

"We are concerned about any cases of voter fraud," Cate said. "In this case, it has to do with most allegations regarding bad information on voter applications. We don't know the extent of how it could impact election, but we will let the Florida Department of Law Enforcement determine full extent of the problem."

Strategic Allied Consultants claims the issue stemmed from one employee, who was fired on Sept. 15, but county election officials claim the fraud was more widespread, stretching across counties that are more than 500 miles apart.

"I don't subscribe to the theory that this was the action of one single individual who was able to get into more than half a dozen counties from one end of Florida to the other," said Paul Lux, the Okaloosa County Election Supervisor.

Lux said that out of 2,200 forms that Strategic Allied workers submitted, he and his staff have found about three dozen that appear to be faked. Some have signatures that do not match the names; others are only partially completed and a handful of forms have addresses that do not exist, he said.

"The problem is when you pay someone to do something like this, it kind of lends itself to what do you do to get paid?" Lux said.

The Republican Party of Florida paid Strategic Allied Consultants $1.3 million to register voters starting in July. State party spokesman Brain Burgess said the Republican National Committee asked the state party to hire the consultants and paid for the firm. Before hiring the consulting group, Burgess said Florida Republicans relied solely on volunteers to register voters.

Burgess said the party first learned about the supposed fraud more than one week after the firm fired one of its Palm Beach area workers for allegedly faking the voter forms.

Two days later the Republican National Committee cut ties with the firm and asked state party officials in four other states to do the same. Strategic Allied Consultants was registering voters on behalf of the RNC in five battleground states: Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Colorado and Nevada.

North Carolina election authorities have flagged five possibly fraudulent forms that the GOP-backed consultant firm submitted. The state's chief election official Gary Bartlett said he believes it was an isolated incident because all five came from the same county.

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John Galt wrote:
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Only a racist pig like you would be more concerned about an event where nobody was injured than about the cold-blooded execution of a foreign student by three pieces of trash.
Boca J-w post first sign of wheels coming off the wagon....
Now this
John Galt

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sonicfilter wrote:
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sad story. inexcusable behavior. though touting it as something that's entertaining is a bit low.
but hey, the clowns need to put on a good show.
No, this is much more than a "sad story" and "inexcusable behavior."

This is vicious disregard for human life that should be handled with "extreme prejudice." A drone up their asses would be too good for this scum.

Where is Barry and his house lackey Holder?

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LCNlin wrote:
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Now this :-)
A GOP-backed consulting firm may have submitted "hundreds" of faked voter registration forms in Florida, according to the Florida Department of State.
The GOP cut ties with the third party voter registering company Strategic Allied Consultants on Thursday after the Palm Beach County elections supervisor flagged 106 of the firm's registration forms for having similar handwriting, incorrect addresses and incomplete information.
Since then, elections officials in nine Florida counties have unearthed hundreds of possibly fraudulent registration forms.
Chris Cate, a spokesman for the Florida Department of State, said the state does not yet know the exactly how many forms were allegedly faked. While it is not unusual to get reports of incomplete registration cards, Cate said it is rare for the state to have so many forms with false or wrong information.
"We are concerned about any cases of voter fraud," Cate said. "In this case, it has to do with most allegations regarding bad information on voter applications. We don't know the extent of how it could impact election, but we will let the Florida Department of Law Enforcement determine full extent of the problem."
Strategic Allied Consultants claims the issue stemmed from one employee, who was fired on Sept. 15, but county election officials claim the fraud was more widespread, stretching across counties that are more than 500 miles apart.
"I don't subscribe to the theory that this was the action of one single individual who was able to get into more than half a dozen counties from one end of Florida to the other," said Paul Lux, the Okaloosa County Election Supervisor.
Lux said that out of 2,200 forms that Strategic Allied workers submitted, he and his staff have found about three dozen that appear to be faked. Some have signatures that do not match the names; others are only partially completed and a handful of forms have addresses that do not exist, he said.
"The problem is when you pay someone to do something like this, it kind of lends itself to what do you do to get paid?" Lux said.
The Republican Party of Florida paid Strategic Allied Consultants $1.3 million to register voters starting in July. State party spokesman Brain Burgess said the Republican National Committee asked the state party to hire the consultants and paid for the firm. Before hiring the consulting group, Burgess said Florida Republicans relied solely on volunteers to register voters.
Burgess said the party first learned about the supposed fraud more than one week after the firm fired one of its Palm Beach area workers for allegedly faking the voter forms.
Two days later the Republican National Committee cut ties with the firm and asked state party officials in four other states to do the same. Strategic Allied Consultants was registering voters on behalf of the RNC in five battleground states: Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Colorado and Nevada.
North Carolina election authorities have flagged five possibly fraudulent forms that the GOP-backed consultant firm submitted. The state's chief election official Gary Bartlett said he believes it was an isolated incident because all five came from the same county.
Voter ID would eliminate fraudulent registrations.

Thank you for pointing out the extent of the problem.

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sonicfilter wrote:
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sad story. inexcusable behavior. though touting it as something that's entertaining is a bit low.
but hey, the clowns need to put on a good show.
Charged with Murder One.
LCNlin

United States

#967818 Aug 20, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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No, this is much more than a "sad story" and "inexcusable behavior."
This is vicious disregard for human life that should be handled with "extreme prejudice." A drone up their asses would be too good for this scum.
Where is Barry and his house lackey Holder?
Whining again?
President is on vacation, has a serious job.
Your job seems serial poster on topix
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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Dong!! Brocolli beef, lickety-split....
(*fart*)
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

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#967820 Aug 20, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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blackface? i was thinking an Obama mask. go over real well at the convention ya think? get a couple of GOP flunkies into a bull costume and we be set...as the crowds roars it's approval and the FOX ratings go through the roof.
and nowadays the phat ho's are in the video. try to keep up old man.
I'll alternate between the two, and I'll ride the ho with the fattest azz like a bucking bronco. Just make sure the backing tracks have SOME degree of musicality to them. I dig a lot of neo-soul (Maxwell, Erykah Badu, Raheem Devaugn, & D'angelo all awesome); hip hop not so much. I did like some of that J Dilla's stuff though...


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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

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#967821 Aug 20, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Stephens County Courthouse heard how one of the boys accused of murdering Lane, 22, danced and laughed as he was taken into a police station to be charged after the killing on Friday.
James Edwards, 15, was treating the murder as a joke, Mr Hicks told the hearing.
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/three-teens-...
Clowns: sure dressed up like O'bamason clowns. You betcha.
I GUARANTEE that little chimp isnt laughing anymore. The realization that his life is over is now setting in (even in a primitive's mind).....

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#967822 Aug 20, 2013
WASHINGTON -- President Nixon didn’t have them by the White House in 1972 when they went undefeated, but the 1972-73 Miami Dolphins team got their due Tuesday, celebrating their historic season with a ceremony to mark an achievement that has yet to be eclipsed.

Thirty-one players — nearly every living member of the team —attended the White House ceremony, including legendary coach Don Shula and former assistant coach Howard Schnellenberger and former trainer Robert Lundy.

President Barack Obama said he was honoring the team because they are "all men of accomplishment and character, and it showed on the field and off the field as well."

The president, a Chicago Bears fan, joked that if he could have invited the rival Green Bay Packers to the White House after their Super Bowl victory, the Dolphins were certainly welcome after forty years.

"These Dolphins made history back before Super Bowl champs started visiting the White House," he said. "And let’s face it, this is also just a fun thing to do. I like doing it as president."

It wasn’t a common practice in the 1970s to invite championship teams, although Nixon might have been unusually distracted during the Dolphins’ historic game, which took place on Jan, 14, 1973. Although Nixon had just been re-elected, his former aides G. Gordon Liddy and James W. McCord Jr. were about to be convicted of conspiracy, burglary and wiretapping in the Watergate scandal, and his presidency was doomed.

Championship teams are frequently invited now, though. Obama, known to decompress with ESPN’s Sports Center, even shot hoops with the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team in 2009 when they visited the White House to celebrate their NCAA championship.

Obama sheepishly admitted to the Dolphins that he had already invited another team that got neglected: the 1985 Chicago Bears. The team’s victory trip to the White House had been postponed by the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.

Shula reminded the president that the Dolphins were the only team to beat his beloved Bears that season. "We beat ’em!" shouted out one of the people attending the ceremony.

Despite the distractions he faced during the 1972-73 season, Nixon remained a huge football fan who followed the Washington Redskins team closely; he was known for calling coach George Allen to suggest plays. He did the same to Shula. The Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/08/21/3573414...

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#967823 Aug 20, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Perhaps the registration forms were believed to be fraudulent, in which case it would/should be a crime to submit them. The bottom line is that third-party solicitation of voter registration forms should be prohibited. Those who want to vote should take the initiative to register on their own.
The person in his link was taking the initiative.

However, it would appear you're claiming the conservative people who are signing others up are 'experts' in determining the status of people AFTER they leave.

If they were REALLY that smart, you'd think they'd do the legal thing an turn the documents of proof over to law enforcement instead of performing an illegal act.

Oh, and btw, it's interesting how the republican party quickly hired these law breakers after they were let go!

Amazing how you play all sides depending on your politics.

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#967824 Aug 20, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
This is liberalism, brought to you by the democrats: Police say defenseless kittens were skewered by a 17-year-old with a bow and arrow. Lake County Indiana investigator Michelle Dvorscak showed us photos that a teen allegedly posed for and posted on Facebook, photos too gruesome to show.
“Two kittens on an arrow. One’s been shot through the head, it looks like one’s been shot through the body,” said Dvorscak.
The scene was an alley behind the boy’s home in East Chicago. Police say he took aim, hunting the cats about two weeks ago.
“He did confess. He said he was bored out of his mind the week before school started and decided to hunt some kittens,” said Dvorscak.
Police say staff at the Lake County Animal Adoption and Control Center took an anonymous call from someone complaining about the gruesome photos.
“What this anonymous caller did was the best thing. We got the tip, we found all the information,” said Yvonne Scott of the Lake County Animal Adoption and Control.
“They were horrible and horrific. And I don’t know how somebody could do that to a poor innocent kitten,” said Jennelle Melendy, of the Lake County Animal Adoption and Control.
They hope criminal charges against this teen will save other innocent animals and stop others from preying on pets.
“Juveniles who perpetrate these acts need to get therapy and need to pay for the crimes that they’ve committed,” said Dvorscak.
The prosecutor’s office is considering felony charges against this teen for abusing and killing the three kittens. The photos were removed from Facebook after several users complained.
Were I to catch that kid doing that to one of my family members, he/she would mysteriously disappear with nary a trace forever.....

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