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“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#984370 Sep 17, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
Subtract the military setting and the backdrop of the nation's capital, and you have a tragically common event: workplace homicide. Nobody shows up for work anticipating a spray of gunfire into the employee cafeteria. But homicides account for 1 out of 10 fatal on-the-job injuries, according to a 2010 study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.[...]
Eighty percent of those homicides involved guns. The shooters included robbers, estranged partners and angry clients; co-workers or former co-workers accounted for only 12 percent.[...]
Police in Washington haven't volunteered a motive in the Navy Yard carnage. There's no evidence of terrorism, they say, but they haven't ruled it out. In the end, like so many workplace attacks, it could well be attributed to two things: A lethal grudge. And a gun.
So, how do we prevent these Democrats from committing mass murder?

Part of the security for the Navy Yard is the security clearance required.
How did this person get a security clearance? Obviously, he should not have.

But, if he didn't have a security clearance, he would have just killed a bunch of defenseless white people somewhere else.

Why are mass murderers attracted to the Democratic Party?

If we took all the guns away from Democrats, wouldn't that prevent all these mass murders?

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#984371 Sep 17, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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tea party? half? LOL
i ain't happy about Obama wanting to attack Syria, but i haven't abandoned sanity.
Never said "half of the country" was exclusively the Tea Party. You did.

I said the majority now disapprove of Obama's leadership. Some of them are on your side of the fence.

Emmaus, PA

#984372 Sep 17, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
It appears we have another mass murdering Democrat.
It should be overwhelmingly obvious by now mass murderers are attracted to the Democratic Party: DC sniper, Virginia Tech, Columbine, Fort Hood, Aurora theater, Sandy Hook, and now the Washington Navy Yard. The events when Democrats commit mass murder are so common, it's difficult to remember all of them.
Mass murderers are attracted to the Democratic Party. The mass murdering Democrats that do the killing themselves are obvious. What isn't obvious is the mass murderers that don't do the killing themselves, like Ho Chi Minh, Mao, Stalin and Hitler.
How many of those are in the Democratic Party? And, how many Eichmans and Bormanns are there in the Democratic Party? Recent history identifies one mass murderer used by the Democrats: Larry Potts (headed both the Ruby Ridge assassinations and Waco mass murders), and was nominated by Bill Clinton to be the number two man in the FBI in charge of the domestic agenda.
Maybe we should just outlaw guns for democrats.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#984373 Sep 17, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> If they can afford it. Running to the emergency room is not healthcare, it getting treatment for an existing condition.
dumbass Dave earning his nick name again

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Emmaus, PA

#984374 Sep 17, 2013
Annie wrote:
<quoted text>And let no crisis go to waste Obama makes a tacky speech about Republicans instead of speaking like a leader.
I suspect that more than anything, Obama was intent on shifting the debate away from his dismal and shameful performance in the Syria issue back to pure, raw, partisan politics. He is good at pointing fingers, laying blame and leveling accusations at the Republicans because he knows that in this fight, at least he has partisan and media cover.
As for the timing; Obama has no heart, no soul, no conscience; the death of 12 innocent people at the naval facility is of no consequence. He is a political automaton and he is driven solely by his ideological program.
We're going to hear about workplace violence instead of how Democrats took weapons off military bases.
But meanwhile, if Michelle had a son, he'd look like the ugly thug that did the shooting.
In order for him to speak like a leader, he actually has to be one.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#984375 Sep 17, 2013
Realtime wrote:
Should read Scott Strickland ipo Scott Smith.
Scott Brown Named Consultant For Global Digital Solutions Inc., Small Arms Manufacturing Provider

The Boston Globe reported Tuesday that Brown has been hired as a consultant for Global Digital Solutions, Inc -- a company that describes itself as " a leader in providing small arms manufacturing, complementary security and technology solutions and knowledge-based, cyber-related, culturally attuned social consulting in unsettled areas."

Emmaus, PA

#984376 Sep 17, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> If they can afford it. Running to the emergency room is not healthcare, it getting treatment for an existing condition.
If getting treatment for an existing condition isn't "health care", what is it? Do you know how many people come to the emergency room for routine and preventative medicine?
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#984377 Sep 17, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well then, if you want a candidate who never so much as utters they are pro-life even without elaborating, you're going to alienate a significant number of conservative voters.
Because that question is going to come up in the debates every single election cycle.
Even black voters are switching parties in part because of this issue.
However, I agree with you that conservative candidates who are pro-life (and remember Giuliani was pro-choice) should be very cautious as to how much emphasis they allow the opposition to push this issue just to entrap them. But it's always going to be an issue. They just have to learn how to outsmart them without losing the higher ground.
But to label "fundamentalist Christians" as "anti-abortion radicals" is rather naïve on your part. No offense, but it's more of a moral issue and many oppose it on both sides...fundamentalist Christians or not.
Bingo! So, what you are saying is that anti abortion is your most compelling issue in voting.
Next: gay marriage

Emmaus, PA

#984378 Sep 17, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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Poor Ed, still the same old deranged lying f*ck.
I call people racist only when they continue to use racial slurs or say something racist.
I can't help it if you dumbassses can't post about Obama without a racial slur. Its not my fault your racism is so deeply imbedded in your brain that you can't help yourself.
Funny how I have made a gazillion posts not agreeing with the stuff Bush did & NEVER EVER mentioned his race once.
Funny huh, racist f*ck Eed.
Then you should be calling yourself a racist.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#984380 Sep 17, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>You're nuts, it's was GHWB that invited that lunatic Ralph Reed on share the convention stage with Barbara and the little brown ones.
There aren't enough tea party folks/right wing loons to win an election__the R's must rally the religious nutbags, abortion clowns and gun freaks to even keep it close.
What a shytty position to be in. Maybe Scott Brown will run for President. At least he's got the good looks!

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#984381 Sep 17, 2013
But let me say this about the Tea Party to avoid any potential confusion as far as I'm concerned.

The Tea Party was a movement. It demanded government accountability after the bottom fell out.

When Republicans were elected to the House in 2010 by the people belonging to this movement, the left quickly labeled them the "Tea Party" in Congress.

Those elected officials were elected by the people in that movement and should have distanced themselves from that label once they got to Capital Hill.

There is no third party called the "Tea Party". These elected officials merely represent those who have had enough.

It's about time all Americans start saying they've had enough.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#984382 Sep 17, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
"It is easier to fool someone than it is to convince them they have been fooled."
Mark Twain
Can you say that in Russian? or how about this: you're a damn foolsky.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#984384 Sep 17, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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This s what I love about you people. You see a tat & assume GW is over or fake.
Last year was a record low point. So this year is not a record low does not men everything is back to normal.
Sea ice extent for August 2013 averaged 6.09 million square kilometers (2.35 million square miles). This was 1.13 million square kilometers (398,000 square miles) below the 1981 to 2010 average for August, but well above the level recorded last year, which was the lowest September extent in the satellite record. Ice extent this August was similar to the years 2008 to 2010. These contrasts in ice extent from one year to the next highlight the year-to-year variability attending the overall, long-term decline in sea ice extent"
The difference is your source is wrong - according to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

El Paso, TX

#984385 Sep 17, 2013
This is what Obama’s 12th economic recovery? It’s like a’ Ghost’ you can’t see it but it sure is scary!!

Emmaus, PA

#984387 Sep 17, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Want health care? Do these things:
1) Don't drop out of school.
2) Study something useful to the economy while you're in school.
3) Don't have children before you're married.
4) Get a job, and show up for work every day on time.
5) Do what you're paid to do while you're at work.
In what the United States used to be, doing the above would allow you to afford very good health care. My parents were semi-literate, and they afforded good enough health care for 5 kids by doing that.
Why isn't that true today?
Because they are just poor, helpless victims of society and they deserve everything for free. Oh wait, I forgot, many of them are ILLEGAL as well.

Emmaus, PA

#984390 Sep 17, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
I didn't get a reaction from this statement:
The Washington Navy Yard shooter had a security clearance that very obviously should not have been given to him.
He was allowed to have a security clearance because he was black. Had he been white, there is no way in hell anyone with a background like that would have been given a clearance.
Why are the standards different for black people than for white people?
There are very many black people working in the Navy Yard. He didn't shoot any black people. He only shot defenseless white people.
I suppose this could be Obama's son, too.
Perhaps, but he couldn't be a racist, only whites can be racist.

Since: May 11

Gettysburg, PA

#984391 Sep 17, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Is that the fulfillment of one of his prophesized miracles?
Now all he has to do is perform a miracle in India and China.
You probably think the global warming issue being put to rest once and for all is another of his miracles.
Go ahead and just admit it.
Carol, you do realize that Global warming causes the sea levels to rise so reducing the greenhouse emissions to reduce the effects of global warming would lessen that sea level increase.

India & China are smart enough to know that Global Warming needs to be addresses. Too bad you are not.

Deltona, FL

#984392 Sep 17, 2013
Aaron Alexis was a practicing Buddhist who spoke Thai and hoped to one day move to Thailand.

His circle of friends was small, he perceived slights where there weren't any__he was basically nuts.

Not all the victims were white as one lying topix mofo offered earlier today__at least one was black and another was a Hindu Indian American. Not all the dead have been ID'd yet. None of the dead were active duty military most were older, one 73 yoa.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#984393 Sep 17, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>You don't know enough about the subject to be taken seriously.
Numerous sites? LMAO
There were several state department employees who could be subpoenaed__the rest (approx 21) were CIA operatives and contractors.
Scott Smith was right there with Stevens and Smith when the main building was assaulted__where's he at?
Why won't Issa issue the subpoenas?
Let's see now...

Could it be this administration is stonewalling the investigations?

CNN (August 1, 2013)- After ignoring requests for months, the State Department has left no alternative but to issue subpoenas for documents relevant to our investigation,” Issa said in a statement.“State Department tactics to delay and impede accountability have exhausted the Committee’s patience. Further subpoenas may also be necessary if the Department is not forthcoming on other requests.

...or perhaps the State Department, a.k.a. John Kerry, is not willing to cooperate?

The Hill (September 10, 2013)- The chairman of the Oversight panel, which is leading the Benghazi investigation, threatened Tuesday to subpoena Americans wounded in the terror attack.

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) wrote to Secretary of State John Kerry, giving him until Sept. 24 to make the witnesses available. The State Department has said it wouldn't force recalcitrant employees to talk to lawmakers but Issa pointed out that several have talked to media outlets and were interviewed by the State Department's independent panel investigation Benghazi last year.

...yes, I believe that's it.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#984394 Sep 17, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>You don't know enough about the subject to be taken seriously.
Numerous sites? LMAO
There were several state department employees who could be subpoenaed__the rest (approx 21) were CIA operatives and contractors.
Scott Smith was right there with Stevens and Smith when the main building was assaulted__where's he at?
Why won't Issa issue the subpoenas?
Are you suggesting that CIA operatives and contractors cannot be subpoenaed?

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