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O.K. folks, I know many of you have already forgotten about all the Obama scandals. Some of you want the rest of us to forget the Obama scandals. Well I won't. Here is only one of many.
How about this. The Obama Administration purposely changed the rules to spy on Americans. Seems the government always has some story that it is always for national security to just do what they want.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-...
Only a partial list of Reagan administration convictions.:

"By the end of his term, 138 Reagan administration officials had been convicted, had been indicted, or had been the subject of official investigations for official misconduct and/or criminal violations.

In terms of number of officials involved, the record of his administration was the worst ever."

1. Lyn Nofziger--White House Press Secretary - Convicted on charges of illegal lobbying.

2. Michael Deaver, Reagan's Chief of Staff convicted for lying to a congressional subcommittee and a federal grand jury.

3. James Watt, Reagan's Secretary of the Interior was indicted on 41 felony counts for using connections at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Watt was eventually sentenced to five years in prison and 500 hours of community service.

4. John Poindexter, Reagan's national security advisor, guilty of five criminal counts involving conspiracy to mislead Congress, obstructing congressional inquiries, lying to lawmakers, used "high national security" to mask deceit and wrong-doing...

5. Richard Secord pleaded guilty to a felony charge of lying to Congress over Iran-Contra.

6. Elliott Abrams was closely linked with ex-White House aide Lt. Col. Oliver North's covert movement to aid the Contras. Working for North, Abrams coordinated inter-agency support for the contras and helped solicit illegal funding from foreign powers as well as domestic contributors, but was pardoned by President George Bush...

7. Robert C. McFarlane, Reagan's National Security Advisor, pled guilty to four misdemeanors, pardoned by President George Bush...

8. Alan D. Fiers pled guilty in 1991 to two counts of withholding information from congress about Oliver North's activities and the diversion of Iran arms, pardoned for his crimes from President Bush...

9. Thomas G. Clines: convicted of four counts of tax-related offenses for failing to report income from the operations;

10. Carl R. Channel - first person convicted in the Iran/Contra scandal, pleaded guilty of one count of defrauding the United States

11. Richard R. Miller - Partner with Oliver North in IBC, a Office of Public Diplomacy front group, convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States.

12. Frank Gomez- corruption

13. Donald Fortier- corruption

14. Clair George was Chief of the CIA's Division of Covert Operations convicted of lying to two congressional committees in 1986, pardoned for his crimes from President George Bush.

15. Rita Lavelle was convicted of lying to Congress.

16 Philip Winn - Assistant HUD Secretary. Pleaded guilty to one count of scheming to give illegal gratuities.

17. Thomas Demery - Assistand HUD Secretary - pleaded guilty to steering HUD subsidies to politically connected donors.

18. Deborah Gore Dean was convicted on twelve accounts. She appealed and prevailed on several accounts but the convictions for conspiracy remained.

19. Catalina Villaponda - Former US Treasurer - corruption

20. Joseph A. Strauss - Accepting kickbacks from developers

21. Oliver North - He was indicted on sixteen felony counts and on May 4, 1989, he was convicted of three: accepting an illegal gratuity, aiding and abetting in the obstruction of a congressional inquiry, and destruction of documents.

Remember how outraged Right Wingers were about Republican corruption - oh wait ...
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Only a partial list of Reagan administration convictions.:
"By the end of his term, 138 Reagan administration officials had been convicted, had been indicted, or had been the subject of official investigations for official misconduct and/or criminal violations.
In terms of number of officials involved, the record of his administration was the worst ever."
1. Lyn Nofziger--White House Press Secretary - Convicted on charges of illegal lobbying.
2. Michael Deaver, Reagan's Chief of Staff convicted for lying to a congressional subcommittee and a federal grand jury.
3. James Watt, Reagan's Secretary of the Interior was indicted on 41 felony counts for using connections at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Watt was eventually sentenced to five years in prison and 500 hours of community service.
4. John Poindexter, Reagan's national security advisor, guilty of five criminal counts involving conspiracy to mislead Congress, obstructing congressional inquiries, lying to lawmakers, used "high national security" to mask deceit and wrong-doing...
5. Richard Secord pleaded guilty to a felony charge of lying to Congress over Iran-Contra.
6. Elliott Abrams was closely linked with ex-White House aide Lt. Col. Oliver North's covert movement to aid the Contras. Working for North, Abrams coordinated inter-agency support for the contras and helped solicit illegal funding from foreign powers as well as domestic contributors, but was pardoned by President George Bush...
7. Robert C. McFarlane, Reagan's National Security Advisor, pled guilty to four misdemeanors, pardoned by President George Bush...
8. Alan D. Fiers pled guilty in 1991 to two counts of withholding information from congress about Oliver North's activities and the diversion of Iran arms, pardoned for his crimes from President Bush...
9. Thomas G. Clines: convicted of four counts of tax-related offenses for failing to report income from the operations;
10. Carl R. Channel - first person convicted in the Iran/Contra scandal, pleaded guilty of one count of defrauding the United States
11. Richard R. Miller - Partner with Oliver North in IBC, a Office of Public Diplomacy front group, convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States.
12. Frank Gomez- corruption
13. Donald Fortier- corruption
14. Clair George was Chief of the CIA's Division of Covert Operations convicted of lying to two congressional committees in 1986, pardoned for his crimes from President George Bush.
15. Rita Lavelle was convicted of lying to Congress.
16 Philip Winn - Assistant HUD Secretary. Pleaded guilty to one count of scheming to give illegal gratuities.
17. Thomas Demery - Assistand HUD Secretary - pleaded guilty to steering HUD subsidies to politically connected donors.
18. Deborah Gore Dean was convicted on twelve accounts. She appealed and prevailed on several accounts but the convictions for conspiracy remained.
19. Catalina Villaponda - Former US Treasurer - corruption
20. Joseph A. Strauss - Accepting kickbacks from developers
21. Oliver North - He was indicted on sixteen felony counts and on May 4, 1989, he was convicted of three: accepting an illegal gratuity, aiding and abetting in the obstruction of a congressional inquiry, and destruction of documents.
Remember how outraged Right Wingers were about Republican corruption - oh wait ...
What does what Reagan did have to do with what Obama is doing NOW? You are really pathetic. If you're not race-baiting, you're trying take up for that worthless piece of trash Obama. I think the only reason you do, is because you hate white folks and Obama appears black. Huh? You don't care one bit that he's the worst president EVER. Huh? You're just a racist pig, that deserves to be shot.(IMO) The world would be a better place without you in it.(IMO)

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<quoted text>No fractions needed to figure out how many migrants your slutty wife slept with last week!!!
Dang, Jeb - I'm trying to do a little fast catch-up, but had to stop on yours. What is your problem? If you have an issue with Bill in Dville, be a man and take it up with him. Dragging his wife into it and insulting her is exceedingly rude and makes you look like a real low life. I thought better of you than that.

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<quoted text>Awww.... I missed you too, Syn.*grinnin*
What's up with that Aggie chick? Haven't heard from her in awhile; have you?
Ah, gee, I didn't know you cared. ;)

It's been a little crazy lately - moving kids back to college and going to Dragoncon with those same kids and 50,000(?) other geeks.

And frankly, all this with Syria has had me so angry I just couldn't get into posting. Watching that little narcissist try to act like the Big Man on Campus when the rest of the world has gotten his number and has no respect whatsoever for him is painful because it ultimately reflects on this country. Say what people will about Bush - he was able to build a coalition of over 20 countries to go into Iraq, Obama can't get anyone to follow him but a wishy washy France.

And then there was that "my credibility isn't on the line" - he states that America's is, the international community's is, Congress' is - but NOT Obama's - what a pathetic LITTLE man.

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Synergy wrote:
The best article YET about the failure of that fool, Obama. If it hadn't of been Syria, it would have been something else because people who have brains have figured him out. THANKS to all of you clueless wonders who voted for that country destroying idiot.
http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/357799/i...
thanks for sharing that.

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Get a frigg'in life! What is your problem? It's Bush this, Bush that. Get over it. You should be writing about Obama this, and Obama that. Tell me how great you think Obama is as you voted for him twice. Did you make a mistake the last time you went to the polls to vote? My, my, do I sense a bad case of voter remorse?
If you really want to dwell in the past start putting the blame where it all started. It started with Woodrow Wilson and has now been handed off to Obama. Obama is now trying to finish Wilson's dreamy socialist central bank agenda.
The best explanation I can come up with for IO's rambles is that he is suffering from a severe case of cognitive dissonance. He's a dyed in the wool Leftist. Obama is a dyed in the wool Leftist. Obama is doing things IO doesn't like. But, but, but ...Obama is a Democrat, IO voted for him, why isn't everything just peachy. IO is conflicted. How does he cope? He claims that Obama is Right Wing -(yeah, I know, it's crazy, but ....). Claiming that Obama is Right Wing means IO can be happy again and he will just keep repeating that little mantra to drown out all the other little voices in his head.

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Only a partial list of Reagan administration convictions.:
"By the end of his term, 138 Reagan administration officials had been convicted, had been indicted, or had been the subject of official investigations for official misconduct and/or criminal violations.
In terms of number of officials involved, the record of his administration was the worst ever."
1. Lyn Nofziger--White House Press Secretary - Convicted on charges of illegal lobbying.
2. Michael Deaver, Reagan's Chief of Staff convicted for lying to a congressional subcommittee and a federal grand jury.
3. James Watt, Reagan's Secretary of the Interior was indicted on 41 felony counts for using connections at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Watt was eventually sentenced to five years in prison and 500 hours of community service.
4. John Poindexter, Reagan's national security advisor, guilty of five criminal counts involving conspiracy to mislead Congress, obstructing congressional inquiries, lying to lawmakers, used "high national security" to mask deceit and wrong-doing...
5. Richard Secord pleaded guilty to a felony charge of lying to Congress over Iran-Contra.
6. Elliott Abrams was closely linked with ex-White House aide Lt. Col. Oliver North's covert movement to aid the Contras. Working for North, Abrams coordinated inter-agency support for the contras and helped solicit illegal funding from foreign powers as well as domestic contributors, but was pardoned by President George Bush...
7. Robert C. McFarlane, Reagan's National Security Advisor, pled guilty to four misdemeanors, pardoned by President George Bush...
8. Alan D. Fiers pled guilty in 1991 to two counts of withholding information from congress about Oliver North's activities and the diversion of Iran arms, pardoned for his crimes from President Bush...
9. Thomas G. Clines: convicted of four counts of tax-related offenses for failing to report income from the operations;
10. Carl R. Channel - first person convicted in the Iran/Contra scandal, pleaded guilty of one count of defrauding the United States
11. Richard R. Miller - Partner with Oliver North in IBC, a Office of Public Diplomacy front group, convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States.
12. Frank Gomez- corruption
13. Donald Fortier- corruption
14. Clair George was Chief of the CIA's Division of Covert Operations convicted of lying to two congressional committees in 1986, pardoned for his crimes from President George Bush.
15. Rita Lavelle was convicted of lying to Congress.
16 Philip Winn - Assistant HUD Secretary. Pleaded guilty to one count of scheming to give illegal gratuities.
17. Thomas Demery - Assistand HUD Secretary - pleaded guilty to steering HUD subsidies to politically connected donors.
18. Deborah Gore Dean was convicted on twelve accounts. She appealed and prevailed on several accounts but the convictions for conspiracy remained.
19. Catalina Villaponda - Former US Treasurer - corruption
20. Joseph A. Strauss - Accepting kickbacks from developers
21. Oliver North - He was indicted on sixteen felony counts and on May 4, 1989, he was convicted of three: accepting an illegal gratuity, aiding and abetting in the obstruction of a congressional inquiry, and destruction of documents.
Remember how outraged Right Wingers were about Republican corruption - oh wait ...

Just what is wrong with you? Why waste your and everyone else time trying to read all that junk that you wrote that has absolutely nothing to do with my post. Where do you find all that crap?
Why don't you just try and change the subject? You might as well copied and pasted the story of the moon walk. Nobody cares.
Now concentrate really hard. We were discussing the NSA spying Scandal with Obama at the helm. Got it?

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The best explanation I can come up with for IO's rambles is that he is suffering from a severe case of cognitive dissonance. He's a dyed in the wool Leftist. Obama is a dyed in the wool Leftist. Obama is doing things IO doesn't like. But, but, but ...Obama is a Democrat, IO voted for him, why isn't everything just peachy. IO is conflicted. How does he cope? He claims that Obama is Right Wing -(yeah, I know, it's crazy, but ....). Claiming that Obama is Right Wing means IO can be happy again and he will just keep repeating that little mantra to drown out all the other little voices in his head.
Glad to see your back! I think you have given IO's description to a "T". He is one disappointed, unhappy, lost soul that has seen the true face of his beloved leader.
OMTE

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Ah, gee, I didn't know you cared. ;)
It's been a little crazy lately - moving kids back to college and going to Dragoncon with those same kids and 50,000(?) other geeks.
And frankly, all this with Syria has had me so angry I just couldn't get into posting. Watching that little narcissist try to act like the Big Man on Campus when the rest of the world has gotten his number and has no respect whatsoever for him is painful because it ultimately reflects on this country. Say what people will about Bush - he was able to build a coalition of over 20 countries to go into Iraq, Obama can't get anyone to follow him but a wishy washy France.
And then there was that "my credibility isn't on the line" - he states that America's is, the international community's is, Congress' is - but NOT Obama's - what a pathetic LITTLE man.
What is Dragoncon?

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That blood is hard to wash off isn't it.
Aren't you proud to have voted twice for Bush- a Right Wing, cowardly, draft-dodging, budget busting, debt- doubling, war monger ?
But not to be outdone, then you voted for Romney- the next Right Wing cowardly, draft-dodging, war monger who despises you Union County 47%s.
Yep... You and your ilk got thousands of of citizens killed on 09/11; got thousands of our troops killed for Exxon Mobil; refuse to pay for your wars; and all while slurping up all the government benefits you can.
But hey... Right Wingers can't help it, they are missing the "guilt" gene - that's just who they are.
Your senility is getting the best of you. You simply MUST quit making stuff up just to make yourself feel better and relevant. I'm going to tell you something that you obviously aren't aware of: It's 2013 and Barrack Obama is the president and has been president for FIVE YEARS!!!!! Remember him? You voted for him TWICE and he is taking this country down the tubes. It's time for old traitors like you to own your mistakes. The truth will set you free.

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Bigdave1 wrote:
O.K. folks, I know many of you have already forgotten about all the Obama scandals. Some of you want the rest of us to forget the Obama scandals. Well I won't. Here is only one of many.
How about this. The Obama Administration purposely changed the rules to spy on Americans. Seems the government always has some story that it is always for national security to just do what they want.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-...
Oh, no. Now you are stepping on IO's and Oh my's toes. You KNOW how they love their Obama. Whatever Obama wants to do to us is fine with them. They think he is doing a wonderful job. If Obama wants to have his henchmen spy on us, well it MUST be for our own good. Right?

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Glad to see your back! I think you have given IO's description to a "T". He is one disappointed, unhappy, lost soul that has seen the true face of his beloved leader.
Thank you, sir.

I think a lot of people who voted for Obama are realizing they bought an empty suit. They were so caught up in the "romance" and "symbolism" that they never stopped and thought about just who the individual was they were voting for. The man was completely unqualified for his position. Being a
lecturer and a community organizer are hardly positions to prepare you for being president of a superpower. Nor does being a state senator. Nor does being a Senator for LESS THAN 2 YEARS before declaring you are going to run for president. To think someone who has never ever held any position of any real responsibility thinks they can be president - what hubris. What an ego to think that with a resume that thin he would even consider himself remotely justified in running for his party's nomination. And to think that he actually WON the nomination - I'm frankly surprised Hillary's head didn't blow up when she lost what was considered "hers."

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Has anyone thought of this?

If we REALLY wanted to hurt Syria, we could send Obama over to be THEIR president!!!!!!!!! rotfl

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Ah, gee, I didn't know you cared. ;)
It's been a little crazy lately - moving kids back to college and going to Dragoncon with those same kids and 50,000(?) other geeks.
And frankly, all this with Syria has had me so angry I just couldn't get into posting. Watching that little narcissist try to act like the Big Man on Campus when the rest of the world has gotten his number and has no respect whatsoever for him is painful because it ultimately reflects on this country. Say what people will about Bush - he was able to build a coalition of over 20 countries to go into Iraq, Obama can't get anyone to follow him but a wishy washy France.
And then there was that "my credibility isn't on the line" - he states that America's is, the international community's is, Congress' is - but NOT Obama's - what a pathetic LITTLE man.
Did you and/or your kids dress up for Dragoncon???? Each year I plan to go and then something else comes up. A friend sent me some pics from this year's event. Awesome.

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<quoted text>What is Dragoncon?
Oops, sorry. I forget not everybody knows about that little piece of nerd-vana. It's a huge (biggest in the US maybe?) science fiction convention held in Atlanta every Labor Day weekend. If you should ever find yourself in Atlanta that weekend you are likely to see a lot of people dressed in all sorts of crazy outfits - comic book characters, Star Wars characters, you name it. It can be fascinating just to sit in a corner and people watch. It is just a little insane.

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Has anyone thought of this?
If we REALLY wanted to hurt Syria, we could send Obama over to be THEIR president!!!!!!!!! rotfl
GREAT idea, just look what he's done for our economy alone.
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Oops, sorry. I forget not everybody knows about that little piece of nerd-vana. It's a huge (biggest in the US maybe?) science fiction convention held in Atlanta every Labor Day weekend. If you should ever find yourself in Atlanta that weekend you are likely to see a lot of people dressed in all sorts of crazy outfits - comic book characters, Star Wars characters, you name it. It can be fascinating just to sit in a corner and people watch. It is just a little insane.
Oh noooo, they'd run me off from a gathering of that sort, I'm quite sure. LoL! Especially if I were intoxicated.:) I like seeing the pandas, when I'm in Atlanta and that's about it. There's a bunch of queers in Atlanta. ;) Ya know? I don't belong up there.

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Did you and/or your kids dress up for Dragoncon???? Each year I plan to go and then something else comes up. A friend sent me some pics from this year's event. Awesome.
My kids that go absolutely dress up, I take my camera and document. ;)
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Now wrote:
<quoted text>You left these out......

•Antonio Díaz-Miguel (1933–2000), coach, enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1997.
•Pau Gasol (born 1980), FC Barcelona and Los Angeles Lakers player, 2001-02 NBA Rookie of the Year Award winner; 2006 FIBA W.C. MVP.
•Fernando Martín (1962–1989), Estudiantes, Real Madrid and Portland Trail Blazers player.
•Juan Carlos Navarro (born 1980), FC Barcelona and Memphis Grizzlies player.
Like Jimmy Buffet says - its a shame - but those guys were "born 400 years too late."

Gotta confess, professional basketball just ain't my thing. I'm glad others enjoy it, but the size and skills of the players seem to have overwhelmed the game.
Lately, I've been enjoying watching Div. III college sports. The kids actually attend classes; can recognize their professors,(two out of three times); and a 6' guard still occasionally shoots and misses.

But hey... Buenos Suerte to Juan Carlos Navarro.
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<quoted text>Give it up, traitor. You've been bested at every single turn. Your drivel only occurs in your alternate universe. We're ALL laughing at you.
No doubt that is true - on Right Wing Wacko Planet.

Too bad you can't rebut a single one of those facts that demonstrate conclusively that Right Wingers are astoundingly fiscally irresponsible; completely disregard the lives and safety of our troops; and always try to destroy democracy when they find it "inconvenient", all to redistribute wealth upward to the 1%.

Thankfully, you didn't embarrass yourself further by even trying.

Of course, the Democrats are only slightly better, pretending they are powerless to stop the Right Wing Disaster Machine, while also cashing in their corporate bribes.

Only slightly better, but right now, that's the only alternative permitted by the Right Wing Corporate Media.

Really consider that Cognitive Dissonance problem.

You exist because of government programs. Willard Romney says you, you are part of the useless 47% of Americans who, because you are government dependent, should be shunted aside and disregarded.

Doesn't that let you finally understand that your corporate Gods find you a meaningless pawn, to be wound up and sent forward as a sacrifice for the 1% that does "count" ?

Just wondering.

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