Impeach President Obama & Remove Him ...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#22 May 15, 2013
Uct wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Have you noticed that most libs will not accept the fact that their Messiah Barack Millhouse Obama is a bold face lier All they can do is bring up past events as justification for what is happening today.They will go back as far as necessary and never really address today forward Kind of like blaming Slavery on people alive today.I.O. can you talk about today forward without talking about the past Maybe the press is finally getting the picture....I sure hope so
For some, namely small children and Republicans, it's a well known fact that the events of yesterday have absolutely no impact on the conditions of today. History is simply History, it's just stuff that happened before today and should not be discussed in polite company.
Meddie

Cleveland, GA

#23 May 15, 2013
No one has time to read your rahrah, hack those posts down.
Apparently wrote:
The Beast That Devoured America - Godfather Politics
godfatherpolitics.com
I enjoy watching science fiction when I get the chance and sometimes I even enjoy those hokey B movies because they make me laugh. From Godzilla to Tentacles to Jaws, there have been beasts on the silver screen and television that have terrorized our nation and devoured thousands of people. In some fiction movies the beasts are created by some bad and evil scientist, and then released to wreak havoc on the general population.
But it’s all been fiction, until now.
In 2009 President Barack Obama and his team of evil liberals began to create a beast that is more powerful, dangerous and deadly than any beast we’ve ever seen in the movies. In 2010 the beast was released on the general population of America. At that time it was still not fully grown and did not present as much danger as it does now.
In 2013 the beast is almost full-grown. It has started to wreak havoc and destruction and even death throughout the streets, homes, businesses and medical institutions across the land. The effects of this beast are already being felt in the economy, jobs and health of our nation and its people.
Come January 1, 2014 the beast will be full-grown. Its size is immeasurable. Its effects are lethal. Its reach is from coast to coast and so encompassing that no man, woman or child will escape its grasp.
Those who created the beast had to steal food from other beasts in order to feed it. They told us this beast would be friendly and help all of us. This beast was supposed to solve many of the problems and issues plaguing us. But in fact the opposite is true.
Now many of those who helped to create the beast are realizing that what they have done is almost as bad as opening Pandora’s box. The beast is hungrier than they had first thought. It has already consumed the food that they stole from others to feed it and it is looking for more.
If left unchecked the beast is set to consume and devour our nation and its economy. Its appetite will reach every aspect of our lives. It will consume jobs, homes, businesses, healthcare, and everything else in its path. Those who are trying to handle the beast are now turning to the victims of the beast for help in feeding.
The beast has a name, and that name is Obamacare.
The person put in charge of handling the beasts is Kathleen Sibelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services. Sibelius has discovered that Obamacare is consuming far greater amounts of money than of its creators had predicted. She is turning to Congress to get more money to feed the beast but the Republican controlled House keeps telling her no.
In desperation, Sibelius has turned to the healthcare industry asking for large financial donations to help keep the beast alive. Over the past several months she has made numerous phone calls to the executives in the health industry, community organizations and even to church groups which have been at war with the beast over the contraception mandate.
Following the example of President Obama, Secretary Sibelius is violating federal law by trying to fund raise in her official federal capacity. There are federal regulations that prohibit this from taking place just as they prohibit cabinet members like Sibelius from publicly endorsing or campaigning for political candidates.
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) is not happy with what Sibelius has been doing and plans to find out if in fact she has violated federal law. Hatch said in a statement released by his office:
“To solicit funds from health-care executives to help pay for the implementation of the President’s $2.6 trillion health spending law is absurd. I will be seeking more information from the Administration about these actions to help better understand whether there are conflicts of interest and if it violated federal law.”
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Meddie

Cleveland, GA

#24 May 15, 2013
Your posts on any subject are too long, hack them down. Remember Blairsville Topix does not tolerate long posts. You don't want to be labeled boring like Meddie do you? There are other opinions which are so much better than yours remember.
Apparently wrote:
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One of those that helped create the beast known as Obamacare is Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana).
Earlier this year, Baucus announced that he was retiring from the Senate at the end of his term.
According to one of his colleagues, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) told the crowd this past Friday night that the reason Baucus was retiring was that he is fed up with the possibility that the implementation of Obamacare will be a complete disaster. He went on to describe Obamacare as a train wreck and said that it should never have left the station to begin with. Additionally he told the crowd that dissatisfaction with the beast is mounting within both parties.
It’s becoming more and more obvious to everyone, including those responsible for the beast, that we cannot sit back and do nothing.
What will it take to slay the beast before it devours all of us? The only effective way to save us from the beast is for responsible politicians to take their armor of responsibility and slay the beast like Sir George slew the dragon. Perhaps as realization is setting in this might be the case, but I wouldn’t count on it.
http://godfatherpolitics.com/10799/the-beast-...
Redneck

Jefferson, GA

#25 May 15, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
You forget.
Right Wing Wackos don't mind American troops in body bags.
It makes them feel macho when they go to the gun show in their Gov'ment surplus cammos and buy their 42nd AR-15 knockoff and their 36th 30 round magazine.
Right Wing Wackos don't mind deficits and debt.
Just as long as the money is spent on boats and guns and bombs so we can go invade some hellhole nobody wants anyway, and spend a million dollars and air strike destroying a $37 house, deficits and debt is fine.
As Inmate No. 002, Dick Cheney said - Ronnie Ray-Gun taught us that deficits don't matter. As long as they're Right Wing Wacko deficits and debt.
Most if them have never experienced combat or real violence and they get a stirring in their goins,(helped along with Viagra), watching things go boom.
The smart Right Wingers learned long ago not to try to educate the Neanderthals. Instead, use them as convenient and ignorant tools to divert attention to silly matters, while they collect all the wealth.
Sure,
1 single family in America has accumulated more wealth than 40,000,000 other Americans, combined;
but dammit, who cares,
what's really important is whether I can keep my 30 round magazine or have to settle for a 20 rounder.
You really do play the part of useless tool flawlessly
Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#26 May 15, 2013
Uct wrote:
Have you noticed that most libs will not accept the fact that their Messiah Barack Millhouse Obama is a bold face lier All they can do is bring up past events as justification for what is happening today.They will go back as far as necessary and never really address today forward Kind of like blaming Slavery on people alive today.I.O. can you talk about today forward without talking about the past Maybe the press is finally getting the picture....I sure hope so
Typical Right Wing Wacko complaint - you can't hold them accountable for their actions.

After they cause thousands of American troops to die for political purposes; after they bankrupt America; and after they engage in War Crimes;

Like all those whose policies have proven despicable and self-defeating - Right Wing Wackos hate being held accountable.

Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#27 May 15, 2013
Redneck wrote:
<quoted text>You really do play the part of useless tool flawlessly
Who knows ?

Maybe if I follow your lead, I'll even get better.
Johnny

Tampa, FL

#28 May 15, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Who knows ?
Maybe if I follow your lead, I'll even get better.
Clueless as usual.
Apparently

Dahlonega, GA

#29 May 15, 2013
Meddie wrote:
Your posts on any subject are too long, hack them down. Remember Blairsville Topix does not tolerate long posts. You don't want to be labeled boring like Meddie do you? There are other opinions which are so much better than yours remember.
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Different people have different reasons for visiting this or any other site of this sort.

Some for information, insight, issue debate, news, or just to express opinion.

Some for play, entrainment, or obstinacy. Some are well-meaning, other are malevolent.

Some educated, others not.

The point is those of us who believe in standing for our God, Nation, or Family address those issues we see as important in promoting and defending them.

Now, I have no way of knowing what category you fall into, or why you see fit to visit Topix.

Maybe, your attention span is just too short to stay focused upon anything in excess of a sentence.

Maybe, you have problems of comprehension, or may not have the capacity to respond to multiple thoughts, or simply bore easily.

It would really be a shot in the dark for me to attempt to guess what your problem may be.

Nevertheless it is of no consequence. For it’s up to you, you may very easily just ignore me and skip right over my postings.

You see that is what the freedoms we still have is all about, I have the right to say and write what I think or believe, and in like kind you have just as much right to ignore me.

So please exercise your right.
Meddie

Buford, GA

#30 May 16, 2013
My only point is your posts are too long. Remember my forum "Georgia Divorce" was not like yours and someone probably you did not like it so I stopped. Your posts are too long. Not one word you wrote makes any sense and who would have time to read your ramblings. I will continue to point that out to you. As for intelligence it comes in all sizes and colors (mine and yours).
Apparently wrote:
<quoted text>
Different people have different reasons for visiting this or any other site of this sort.
Some for information, insight, issue debate, news, or just to express opinion.
Some for play, entrainment, or obstinacy. Some are well-meaning, other are malevolent.
Some educated, others not.
The point is those of us who believe in standing for our God, Nation, or Family address those issues we see as important in promoting and defending them.
Now, I have no way of knowing what category you fall into, or why you see fit to visit Topix.
Maybe, your attention span is just too short to stay focused upon anything in excess of a sentence.
Maybe, you have problems of comprehension, or may not have the capacity to respond to multiple thoughts, or simply bore easily.
It would really be a shot in the dark for me to attempt to guess what your problem may be.
Nevertheless it is of no consequence. For it’s up to you, you may very easily just ignore me and skip right over my postings.
You see that is what the freedoms we still have is all about, I have the right to say and write what I think or believe, and in like kind you have just as much right to ignore me.
So please exercise your right.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#31 May 17, 2013
Lorac wrote:
Hey if Bush was not impeached for the BIGGEST lie ever, the war with weapons of mass destruction!!!(still looking) with how many Americans dead??? How many BILLIONS of our dollars to a war where we broke it now we had to buy it. Then forget getting Obama. He pales in comparison to the Liar Bush!!!! and Cheny..Good grief.. We seen to have a selective memory in our country because some of you are being brainwashed..you are a pawn in a much bigger game ..politics and you are falling for it big time. Turn the tv channel off Fox and think for yourself!!!
Great post.

The Right Wing Wackos aren't immoral, they're just divided into two camps:

- The smart ones know it's always about managing to move the wealth upward to the 1%;

The dumb ones think its about "values", and have no idea it's really anoint moving the wealth up to the 1%.

American troops in body bags by the thousands - no problem.

$6,000,000,000,000.00 in debt to fight illegal and unfunded wars - no problem.

A $1.400,000,000,000.00 annual deficit - no problem.

Torture and other War Crimes - no problem.

But get laid by a mistress, or try to make Billionaires pay taxes - and it's straight to impeachment.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#32 May 17, 2013
Worth repeating:

This is entertaining, but a distraction.

Since the beginning of "Voodoo Exonomics" ( a George Bush Quote), where we cut taxes on the rich so that maybe some of their wealth will "trickle down" to the unwashed masses, we have now created such disparity, that statistically, the distribution is worse than in Europe under feudal kings.

In America today -
the top 400 people,(not corporations or families), the top 400 people,

possess more wealth than 160 MILLION Americans COMBINED.

Ponder that, 000,000,400 people are richer than 160,000,000 Americans combined.

That means for every $1.00 the working American has - the überrich person has $400,000,000.

Can democracy work under the system of feudal kings ?
Apparently

Dahlonega, GA

#35 May 17, 2013
US smuggling weapons to Syrian rebels: The real Benghazi story

Thu, 2013-05-16 08:13 — editor
Daya Gamage - Asian Tribune US National Correspondent
Washington, D.C. 16 May ( Asiantribune.com ):

There is a 'side story' going on in the American media - both the electronic and print about the Islamist jihadists lethal attack on the American 'post' in Benghazi, Libya last September 11 which killed American ambassador Christopher Steven and three others; The emphasis and the debate is on why the event was twisted by the Obama administration to conceal a terrorist attack on eve of the presidential election. US Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens killed in attack on 11 September 2012
With the killing of Osama bin Larden on May 2 last year the administration, which was approaching the re-election of Mr. Obama in November, wants to convince the American people that the al Qaeda was now annihilated for good.

When the Islamist jihadist group affiliated to al Qaeda lethally attacked the American 'post' in Benghazi the Obama administration twisted the events to convince that a anti-Islamic video produced by someone in California was the cause of the attack.

These days the highlights and debate is about why the 'talking points' were changed twelve times to give that different picture

As Obama rightfully said a couple of days ago about this debate, mostly spearheaded by the Republicans, was a 'side show.'

The 'real show' is in fact buried. And the 'real show' is that the United States, Ambassador Steven playing a major role, was in the process of shipping arms to Syrian rebels to topple Basher el-Assad's regime.

It was on October 25 last year that FoxNews.com broke the story that a mysterious Libyan ship was reportedly carrying weapons and bound for Syrian rebels would have had some link to the September 11 terror attack on the U.S.'post' in Benghazi.
Why do we use the term 'post' in this report? Because when changes were made to the Benghazi attack story by the Obama administration it changed from 'American Consulate' to 'American Post'. The reason: Benghazi operation was entirely a CIA operation.

Through shipping records, Fox News has confirmed that the Libyan-flagged vessel Al Entisar, which means "The Victory," was received in the Turkish port of Iskenderun -- 35 miles from the Syrian border -- on Sept. 6, just five days before Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other American officers were killed during an extended assault by more than 100 Islamist militants.

On the night of Sept. 11, in what would become his last known public meeting, Stevens met with the Turkish Consul General Ali Sait Akin, and escorted him out of the 'posts' front gate one hour before the assault began.

Although what was discussed at the meeting is not public, a source told Fox News that Stevens was in Benghazi to negotiate a weapons transfer, an effort to get SA-7 missiles out of the hands of Libya-based extremists. And although the negotiation said to have taken place may have had nothing to do with the attack on the consulate later that night or the Libyan mystery ship, it could explain why Stevens was travelling in such a volatile region on the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

When asked to comment, a State Department spokeswoman dismissed the idea, saying Stevens was there for diplomatic meetings, and to attend the opening of a cultural center.

According to an initial Sept. 14 report by the Times of London, Al Entisar was carrying 400 tons of cargo. Some of it was humanitarian, but also reportedly weapons, described by the report as the largest consignment of weapons headed for Syria's rebels on the frontlines.

The cargo reportedly included surface-to-air anti-aircraft missiles, RPG's and Russian-designed shoulder-launched missiles known as MANPADS.
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Apparently

Dahlonega, GA

#36 May 17, 2013
(continued)

In March 2011 Stevens became the official U.S. liaison to the al-Qaeda-linked Libyan opposition, working directly with Abdelhakim Belhadj of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group—a group that has now disbanded, with some fighters reportedly participating in the attack that took Stevens' life.

In November 2011 The Telegraph reported that Belhadj, acting as head of the Tripoli Military Council, "met with Free Syrian Army [FSA] leaders in Istanbul and on the border with Turkey" in an effort by the new Libyan government to provide money and weapons to the growing insurgency in Syria.

The Internet Media reported at that time that Ambassador Stevens had only one person—Belhadj—between himself and the Benghazi man who brought heavy weapons to Syria.

The Asian Tribune has also found that the Internet Media further reported that if the new Libyan government was sending seasoned Islamic fighters and 400 tons of heavy weapons to Syria through a port in southern Turkey—a deal brokered by Stevens' primary Libyan contact during the Libyan revolution—then the governments of Turkey and the U.S. surely knew about it.

Furthermore there was a CIA post in Benghazi, located 1.2 miles from the U.S. consulate, used as "a base for, among other things, collecting information on the proliferation of weaponry looted from Libyan government arsenals, including surface-to-air missiles" ... and that its security features "were more advanced than those at rented villa where Stevens died."

As noted earlier, the Obama administration has since described the American facility in Benghazi not as a 'Consulate' but as a 'Post'.
The U.S. Republican Senator Rand Paul, who is expected to run for his party presidential nomination in the year 2016, was the only American lawmaker who disclosed about this 'arms deal' which he connects to Ambassador Steven's brutal muder in the hands of the Islamist Jihadists.
In an interview aired on CNN May 9 evening, Sen. Paul said he hasn’t ruled out the possibility that last year’s attack unfolded as a result of a secret arms trade. The confusion in the immediate aftermath of the event — including unfounded admissions from America’s United Nations envoy Susan Rice that contradicted what is known today about the attack — could actually be a cover-up, the senator said.

The Obama administration sent its ambassador to UN Susan Rice on the following Sunday talk shows to say that the offending Islamic video was the cause of the attack in Benghazi.

“I’ve actually always suspected that, although I have no evidence, that maybe we were facilitating arms leaving Libya going through Turkey into Syria,” he said.

“Were they trying to obscure that there was an arms operation going on at the CIA annex?” Paul asked.“I’m not sure exactly what was going on, but I think questions ought to be asked and answered, and I’m a little curious when employees of the State Department are told by government officials they shouldn’t testify - before the Senate or House committees - and then they are sort of sequestered and kept away from testimony, so I think there may be more to this.”

This is not the first time either that Senator Paul raised questions about possible arms supplies under the CIA umbrella. During her testimony in the Senate in January, Rand Paul asked then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton whether the spy agency was sending weapons from Benghazi into other countries. Clinton replied that he would have to ask CIA officials about it.

Sen. Rand Paul said on Aaron Klein Radio in mid April:“First of all with regard to Benghazi, I think it’s important [to determine more about the apparent gun-running program] because it may have something to do with why the compound was attacked. If we were involved with shipping guns to Turkey, there was a report that a ship left from Libya towards Turkey and that there were arms on it in the week preceding this [attack]; there were reports that our ambassador was meeting with the

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Apparently

Dahlonega, GA

#37 May 17, 2013
(continued)

Turkish attaché, so I think with regards to figuring out what happened at Benghazi, it’s very important to know whether or not the CIA annex had anything to do with facilitating guns being sent to Turkey and ultimately to Syria.

With regard to arming the rebels, just this week in the armed services committee, General Dempsey, the [Chairman of the] Joint Chiefs of Staff said that we were no longer able to distinguish who the good guys were from the bad guys and that sounds pretty worrisome if we are actually arming people who in the end may be enemies of America…enemies of Israel… enemies maybe of the Christians who live within Syria...sending arms to a rebel force to that may include Al-Nusra and other radical jihadists.”
Meddie

Cornelia, GA

#38 May 17, 2013
Is it just a 24 hr virus that you will get over or terminal disease in which everyone has to see you "skin your ignorance" on a public forum. I see no cure for you however, I want to continue to point out that you have nothing to say except "cut and paste" stuff most people are capable of reading on their websites themselves.
Apparently wrote:
(continued)
Turkish attaché, so I think with regards to figuring out what happened at Benghazi, it’s very important to know whether or not the CIA annex had anything to do with facilitating guns being sent to Turkey and ultimately to Syria.
With regard to arming the rebels, just this week in the armed services committee, General Dempsey, the [Chairman of the] Joint Chiefs of Staff said that we were no longer able to distinguish who the good guys were from the bad guys and that sounds pretty worrisome if we are actually arming people who in the end may be enemies of America…enemies of Israel… enemies maybe of the Christians who live within Syria...sending arms to a rebel force to that may include Al-Nusra and other radical jihadists.”
Informed Opinion

Marco Island, FL

#40 May 17, 2013
Laughing at U wrote:
<quoted text>I'm surprised no one has accused you of "wealth envy" over this statement. I guess ol' Bill in Dville and Synergy just haven't gotten to it yet.

Personally, it doesn't really bother me whether someone is rich or even "uber-rich." I couldn't care less if they take showers in champagne, wipe their butts with silk and feed their dogs prime rib.

But what does bother me is that the richer a person is allows them to have more influence in our government. Just look at the people who are donating huge sums to the presidential campaigns and Super PACs. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that by donating such huge sums they expect political favors in return. Why don't we just start selling off the presidency to the highest bidder? At leas then we could reduce some of the deficit.

The entire election process needs to change.
I see, anyone who points out that we are destroying democracy by allowing the überrich to buy any and all power and control in the country must be "envious".

And we should just auction off the presidency and congress to avoid pretending we don't already do it.

Hey, nobody can accuse you of wealth envy - just complete disregard for your own country's welfare.

A perfect Right Wing Wacko post.

Agree with the Moderate, then attack your own position, all the while engaging in a personal attack against the author of a post which you agree is factual and correct.

Right Wing Wackos heads must spin as they argue with facts upon which they agree.

But it's fun to watch.
gamule

Dawsonville, GA

#44 May 18, 2013
obama and his crew r a bunch of power hungry crooks hat will ruin America if they r left unregulated.The media got him in office and it wil take the media to get him out
Herb

Dawsonville, GA

#45 May 18, 2013
Meddie wrote:
Is it just a 24 hr virus that you will get over or terminal disease in which everyone has to see you "skin your ignorance" on a public forum. I see no cure for you however, I want to continue to point out that you have nothing to say except "cut and paste" stuff most people are capable of reading on their websites themselves.
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"Apparently" is really a former poster known as "Ga.Law FF". He posts all long winded cut and paste posts for awhile and then will disappear for a few months, then, reappear under another name.
Just Mike

Dawsonville, GA

#46 May 18, 2013
Impeach the president for what? Are you referring to the "newest" Benghazi cover up "evidence"? That being certain White House e-mails that were MIS-reported by the Republican Party? I'm disgusted by the WASTE of time (hearings) spent by rabid Republicans trying to prove some cover-up that never existed. Stop wasting time and money... and actually ACCOMPLISH SOMETHING!
Informed Opinion

Marco Island, FL

#47 May 18, 2013
Laughing at U wrote:
<quoted text>Uh, dude, go back and read my post a little bit slower. Think about it a minute. You missed my position completely. I Didn't say you had wealth envy. I said that I was surprised that posters had accused you of it (I.E. the typical Bill in D'ville B.S.) No right wing wacko stuff here. Maybe the bourbon's just a bit too good tonight.
Good point.

You are right. I was wrong.

My apologies.

It really was good bourbon - something called Hirsch Reserve. I wouldn't spend my very limited money on it - but it was truly a great experience.

Again my apologies.

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