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#977615 Sep 6, 2013
Waxman wrote:
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Hi, nutjob.
Easy for you to say ...

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#977616 Sep 6, 2013
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"Carol"
Please do not correct any spelling or grammar mistakes made by "leosamapleanus". She is after all the expert. Her mistakes are typos, mistakes by those who dare to disagree with her are a sign of their lack of intelligence.
Peace
Don't we know it though...

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John Galt

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#977618 Sep 6, 2013
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"John Galt"
The senate will authorize the action. The house will not even take it up. Two reasons why they will not;
- Even democrat's know such a resolution will not pass
- Republican's will not give cover for president nobama by rejecting said resolution. They will let him act as he see's fit. nobama is not happy.
Peace
Republicans should reject war in Syria and let Obama make that rejection a campaign issue if he chooses.

However, Boehner may not bring the resolution to a vote if it faces overwhelming defeat.

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#977619 Sep 6, 2013
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CBS correspondent Mark Phillips of the pro-war Obama media outlined Pope Francis's recent actions on the Syria issue:
MARK PHILLIPS: "This pope with the common touch has been uncommonly active, lobbying against an attack on Syria. He's used his last two major public appearances in St. Peter's Square to appeal to world leaders – and that primarily means President Obama – not to do it....Pope Francis has followed up his appeal by writing to Vladimir Putin as current president of the G-20.'Armed conflicts create profound divisions and deep wounds, which require many years to heal,' he said. It must have been music to the Russian president's ears."
"The Pope may be taking a moral position, in his mind, but in arguing against military action, he has entered into the world of partisan international politics. He's taken sides."
God forbid the Pope takes a moral position.

The outrage is bogus. I think the Catholic Church has been anti-war for several decades.

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Since: Jun 13

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#977620 Sep 6, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Not nearly as funny as:
younitwitsneverfailtocrackmeup.org
You have to sign up and give 'em your email address but you won't get any junk mail from 'em, just the occasional jury summons.
Meant to say "no thanks" before. Same this time too.

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#977621 Sep 6, 2013
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"real dumb"
Slurs? "homo" and "boy" are not slurs, they simply honestly describe certain persons.
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KMA
Whatever you call your "dates" is your business, no point in airing it here.

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John Galt

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#977622 Sep 6, 2013
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I haven't seen anybody on here say it was a good idea.
Who did?
There are many Obama supporters here who back their leader right or wrong.

Saw Alan Grayson on NPR last night. Grayson is far from a Galt favorite, but his analysis of the Syrian situation was right on target. Grayson questions not only the wisdom of war, but the intelligence behind it.

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#977623 Sep 6, 2013
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Zzzzz... I don't argue with idiots Ditz.
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I know, you tend to agree with them.

At least that's been my observation.

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No Surprize

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#977624 Sep 6, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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Another sucker is caught. LOL
Yet, he claims not to have understand my post-
"It is more fascinating to watch the radical left becoming blood thirsty fanatics, than my ant farm.."
Detzing is a the typical redneck democrat in Ringold Ga, a goat herder and blames others for his stupid because he's the idiot...

It's the culture..

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John Galt

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#977625 Sep 6, 2013
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Mccan is an utter embarrassment to our State. Rand rocks....
Even Willie Mays stayed in the game too long.

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#977626 Sep 6, 2013
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Go back and listen to his statement, starting at 1:45.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =uL-ugOSbAjgXX
Why would he make a speech on Syria next Tuesday when it is apparent that the House will vote "No"?
He's dug himself into a rhetorical hole, I expect Tuesday's speech to be the first shovel full of "get me the fck outta here"

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Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#977627 Sep 6, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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No that's the directions on the old Spam® cans, modern ones say "Consume within 50 feet of the nearest AED".
<Waxman's already trying to figure out how to spell "AED">
A-D-E?

BTW, did you know the term "neocon", i.e. neoconservative, which you use frequently was used originally by a socialist to criticize the politics of Social Democrats, USA, and since 1980 has been used as a criticism against proponents of American modern liberalism who became slightly more conservative?

Just FYI.

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Waxman

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#977629 Sep 6, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Easy for you to say ...
Yes it is old idiot. People like you are destroying our kids futures. Commie scum.

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#977630 Sep 6, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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McCain and Graham are a pretty small "wing" and virtual DemoKKKrats.
Watch the House vote to see where the Republicans are on war.
Rand Paul for President!
Y'all will never nominate him.

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Waxman

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#977631 Sep 6, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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I know, you tend to agree with them.
At least that's been my observation.
Your "observation" is that of an old senile moron. Mooch.

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#977632 Sep 6, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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There are many Obama supporters here who back their leader right or wrong.
Saw Alan Grayson on NPR last night. Grayson is far from a Galt favorite, but his analysis of the Syrian situation was right on target. Grayson questions not only the wisdom of war, but the intelligence behind it.
Wonder if Biden will go on television and threaten to start the impeachment process against Obama if he strikes Syria without congressional approval like he did with Bush before getting congressional approval to take down Saddam.

Probably not. Hypocrites have a hard time seeing their own hypocrisy.

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sonicfilter

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#977633 Sep 6, 2013
Rush Limbaugh’s Conspiracy Theory Infects Congressional Tea Party Republicans

No matter what President Obama does there will be a cacophony of lunatics leaping up to foment a delusional conspiracy theory as an explanation. The crisis in Syria is no exception. As a starting point, Foreign Policy has helpfully compiled the 5 Craziest Conspiracy Theories About Syria’s Chemical Attacks.

Rush Limbaugh’s contribution to the call for crackpot conjecture is a particularly obtuse fantasy in which President Obama is a prime suspect in the horrific gassing of Syrian civilians. But even worse, Limbaugh wonders whether poor Bashar Assad is merely a victim of an evil American regime, asking “What if Bashar is being framed?”

Limbaugh: We could be looking here at a frame job, a pretty big setup.[...] It’s the rebels nerve-gassing themselves, framing Bashar, setting him up so as to engineer a response that takes Bashar out; so that the Al-Qaeda guys win, and then we end up on the side of Al-Qaeda.

Talk about your brilliant Master Plan. This scheme would let Obama join his Al-Qaeda pals in a coup that unseats Assad, the Middle East’s best friend to democracy. How did we not see this coming?

Thankfully, Republicans in congress have been paying close attention to Syria and, more importantly, to Limbaugh. Several of them have advanced his theory within the halls of congress:

Joe Wilson: Why was there no call for military response in April? Was it delayed to divert attention today from the Benghazi, IRS, NSA scandals; the failure of Obamacare enforcement; the tragedy of the White House-drafted sequestration or the upcoming debt limit vote?

Of course. Obama orchestrated the gassing of 1,500 innocent people so that he could divert attention from the screwball antics of Darrell Issa and GOP attempts to derail ObamaCare that have been going nowhere.

Jeff Duncan: I can’t discuss the possibility of the U.S. involvement in Syria’s civil war without also talking about Benghazi.

This appears to be an admission of some rare form of Tourette’s Syndrome that causes the sufferer to involuntarily blurt out Benghazi whether or not it was the topic of the conversation. Hopefully he will get the medical attention he so obviously needs.

Sen. Cruz has jumped to the front of the pack with the most offensive statement yet. He has opted to insult the members of the United States armed forces by portraying them as allies of America’s terrorist enemies.

When the level of debate over a serious matter involving the deployment of American soldiers sinks to such despicable lows, it is usually with the help of rabid extremists like Rush Limbaugh. But it is especially disturbing when elected representatives take up his baton and use it to whip up irrational hysteria based on nothing more than their warped fantasies.

http://www.newscorpse.com/ncWP/...

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#977634 Sep 6, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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I no longer put bumper stickers on my car, but I wish "Haters gonna hate" could fit on a license plate.
You could fit "hey, I can stick both my hands up my as s" if you abbreviate it to HICSBMHUMA. Wait a sec, that won't fit either unless you get a wider car.

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Whatever

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#977636 Sep 6, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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I got you a $50 gift card for totallyuselesscrap.com
You can pick it up at areyoufcknkiddingme.com
So, does your store sell
Tampon jewelry for true feminist-

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