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Lost in space

Brooksville, FL

#3156 Mar 25, 2014
Give me a break wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Dick! You're pretty creative... Can you roll over as well? How about sit boy? I bet if your daddy Obama ask you to sit you would....
Yes Your lost in space

and

a real disgrace

since your already lost, take a break, and look in the mirror at your face

that should give you a break

///|||\\\

responce to you is but a piece of cake
free dumb of speech

United States

#3157 Mar 26, 2014
Nazi-Marxists manipulate freedom of speech at Tallahassee City Hall meetings - coming soon to a city and county meeting nearer to you!

http://www.wctv.tv/home/headlines/Mute-Button...
my my cry

Brooksville, FL

#3158 Mar 26, 2014
free dumb of speech wrote:
Nazi-Marxists
WHAT THAT MEAN?
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/// DO NOT USE UNLESS UNDER SOME INFLUENCE \\\
\\\ DO NOT USE UNLESS UTILIZING STRONG BREWS ///
MathTutor

Port Orange, FL

#3159 Mar 26, 2014
Rick Scott will be defeated by Charlie C. in 2014. The people will get back a governor who actually listens.
maybe maybe not

United States

#3160 Mar 26, 2014
MathTutor wrote:
Rick Scott will be defeated by Charlie C. in 2014. The people will get back a governor who actually listens.
Ignorance is Bliss! Clint Curtis invented the computer chips that controls the vote optical scanners that counts the votes. He swore under oath before a congressional committee that he invented same while working for NASA at the request of Tom Feeney who was working for a NASA contractor. Feeney was both a Jeb Bush LT Governor candidate and Speaker of the Florida House. Yes, Charlie Crist was once a Jeb Bush insider but always remember there is nothing colder than ashes after the fires gone out!

Florida would be a better place right now if the dems and the repukes had not cut a deal to halt the Jim Greer trial. All their dirty laundry would have been put out to dry in the sunlight.

They don't call it the "criminal just us system" for nothing! And no matter what both Crist and Scott are Bush family clones that have been enriched by their involvement in their culture of corruption!
doggy style sheriff

United States

#3161 Mar 27, 2014
Panamaed

United States

#3162 Mar 27, 2014
Skimming funds for "Let's get to work" should get one "Sent to jail"
jA jA

Brooksville, FL

#3163 Mar 27, 2014
Panamaed wrote:
Skimming funds for "Let's get to work" should get one "Sent to jail"
Da Da
hummm

United States

#3166 Mar 28, 2014
And, we can't blame the entire destruction of the Saving's and Loan's on brother Neil Bush (Founder of IGNITE LEARNING!) for the purpose of taking advantage of brother "GW's" NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND free money! Jeb done his part too! "The Bush-Codina loan contributed to the collapse of the Florida S&L, which cost taxpayers $285 million."

But no Bush cares aboutthe money! Hell to them it's OPM (other peoples money)

Jeb’s defaulted loan from Broward Federal Savings and Loan in Sunrise, Florida transpired as follows. On February 1, 1985, Broward Federal loaned $4,565,000 to real estate developer J. Edward Houston, secured only by Houston’s personal guarantee. The same day, a company headed by Houston turned around and loaned the same amount to a partnership of Jeb Bush and Miami real estate developer Armondo Codina for them to buy a five-story building in Miami’s financial district.
Curiously, the Bush-Codina partnership was required to repay the loan from Houston “only as, if and to the extent that the cash flow from the building was sufficient to support those payments.” In fact, Bush and Codina made no payments at all on the loan prior to the final default settlement. In 1987 Houston defaulted on the $4.5 million Broward Federal loan, and the S&L sued both him and the Bush-Codina partnership. In an unusual settlement with the FDIC, Bush and Codina were obligated to repay just $500,000 of the loan and got to keep the building in the Miami financial district that collateralized the loan.
In 1991, federal regulators sued the officers and directors of Broward, charging that the loan used by Bush and Codina cost the savings and loan at least $4.97 million and was representative of the association’s negligent lending practices. The Bush-Codina loan contributed to the collapse of the Florida S&L, which cost taxpayers $285 million.
Panamaed

United States

#3167 Mar 28, 2014
FDIC just like all the others before them has been compromised too. Check out the Hancock Bank connection.
Goes all the way to Holder-Obama via UBS's Robert Wolf.
That's just one arm of the Racketeering Enterprise Octopus.
Panamaed

United States

#3168 Mar 28, 2014
Who was the Georgia front holding company for FDIC?
this evil world

Brooksville, FL

#3169 Mar 28, 2014
Panamaed wrote:
Who...
and you enjoyy finding all the evil

tough ain't you

poor sadist
Panamaed

United States

#3170 Mar 28, 2014
You never quote the truth, either.
You try to edit that out too.
12+1
1 = DEVIL
good ole boy

Spring Hill, FL

#3171 Mar 28, 2014
certainly ain't Panamead

Panamaed hides in shade

.
poor lad is He

or is

Paramead a she

never can tell he/she

sit or stand - gotta go
forgive me

Spring Hill, FL

#3172 Mar 28, 2014
can' handle this no more

bored

done

do

1

none

numbered

2,000,000
Panamaed

United States

#3173 Mar 29, 2014
The Devil has many aliases and allies.
GOBs are in bed with the Moslem Brotherhood.
You sold your soul.
aeiou

United States

#3174 Mar 29, 2014
and one of the worst of those aliases and allies is their push for power to those funny acting ones who hare suddenly being placed in charge of everything.

I guess it's true. The world is coming to an end as we know it. World vision hiring homosexuals is news of the day.
The stated purpose/mission of World Vision is the following: "Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness. Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so." The group is known for its charitable work around the globe and has done so for many years.
But now, it appears as though World Vision has taken a left turn somewhere along the lines with their new policy. They have recently "announced...that it will begin hiring married gays and lesbians at its U.S. branch, so long as they are committed followers of Jesus Christ." Come again? It seems to be a bit of an oxymoron.
While the left will shriek with delight over this new tune being played by World Vision, conservatives and authentic Christians can only cringe at the thought that homosexuals who claim to be "married" can be truly committed to Christ at all. Of course, to those who don't like what I just said, I will be seen as bigoted. I really don't care because the Bible in so many areas discusses the problem of homosexuality (including lesbianism). It is not only a reproach to God, but something that grieves Him terribly.
Stay out the Bushes

United States

#3175 Mar 29, 2014
Like war, politics sometimes has strange bedfellows. You know; the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

Well, he ain't heavy, and he sure ain't my brother or my friend, but I wholeheartedly agree with that all-around good guy and race pimp, Jesse Jackson, when he uttered no truer words than, "I say America, stay out the Bushes. Stay out the Bushes. Stay out the Bushes. Stay out the Bushes. Stay out!"

Those immortal words ring no truer than they do today, because this time it is Jeb Bush the establishment is attempting to foist upon us.
Now that Krispy Kreme Christie has, at least for now, fallen out of favor, Jeb appears to be the next Bob Dole, John McCain or Mitt Romney (although Romney sure has been right about Russia).
I guess it's his turn. He's a big government progressive, the "next man up," or at least he's crowned himself that.

As an aside, raise your hand if you're tired of the names Bush and Clinton. This isn't football or basketball. They aren't the Steelers, 49ers or Patriots or Celtics or Bulls. There should be no dynasties in American politics. Both families just need to go away.
Okay, back to it.
Well Jeb, I suppose, is attempting to sound like the more reasonable middle-of-the-road candidate – the one that won't scare away the precious independent voter and cause them to run to the side of a radical Marxist like Hillary Clinton. Yes, that has always made sense.
Jeb has come out in favor of the Common Core Curriculum. You know the one. It's the, "your kids won't learn a darn thing except how to take a standardized test and score well on the SAT, curriculum."

He said of those (us) who are against Common Core – that we support the "status quo." He also stated that the curriculum is implemented and controlled by the states, which we all know is a big, fat lie. No doubt he also knows this.

In my opinion, there are two reasons Jeb is a Common Core advocate. First is that he is a big government progressive and as such, feels a central authority of experts should control everything. The second is that Common Core is just the natural extension of his brother W's, "No Child Left behind" boondoggle, and he can't be against that.

Jeb, like Marco Rubio, Christie Kreme and yes even Rand Paul, support "amnesty." Let's not split hairs here. If you are for a truncated path to citizenship for anyone here illegally, you are by default, for amnesty.
Oh sure, like others, Jeb is in favor of enhanced border security, which is code for, I'm not going to seal the border, but I'll lie and use fancy words like enhanced to confuse you into thinking I will.

Jeb actually said that illegals capture the entrepreneurial spirit of America. "People who come here legally and illegally are risk takers, Bush said. If you're living in a rural area of Guatemala and you come, you are a bigger risk taker than those who stay."

To an extent, I guess he's right, but so what. If I decide to rob a bank or run a red light, I'm taking a risk. We have laws and consequences for robbing banks and running red lights, and they are not to reward those who do.

But the establishment consultants say it's important to be tolerant of criminal aliens so that's what Jeb will appear to do. Whether he believes it or not is immaterial. He's a politician. He doesn't need to believe it.

That's his job as a progressive – lie just enough to get elected.
And those are just two of the reasons we need to "Stay Out the Bushes!"
DID YOU MISS THIS

Spring Hill, FL

#3177 Mar 29, 2014
Stay out the Bushes wrote:
Like war, politics sometimes has strange bedfellows. You know; the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Well, he ain't heavy, and he sure ain't my brother or my friend, but I wholeheartedly agree with that all-around good guy and race pimp, Jesse Jackson, when he uttered no truer words than, "I say America, stay out the Bushes. Stay out the Bushes. Stay out the Bushes. Stay out the Bushes. Stay out!"
Those immortal words ring no truer than they do today, because this time it is Jeb Bush the establishment is attempting to foist upon us.
Now that Krispy Kreme Christie has, at least for now, fallen out of favor, Jeb appears to be the next Bob Dole, John McCain or Mitt Romney (although Romney sure has been right about Russia).
I guess it's his turn. He's a big government progressive, the "next man up," or at least he's crowned himself that.
As an aside, raise your hand if you're tired of the names Bush and Clinton. This isn't football or basketball. They aren't the Steelers, 49ers or Patriots or Celtics or Bulls. There should be no dynasties in American politics. Both families just need to go away.
Okay, back to it.
Well Jeb, I suppose, is attempting to sound like the more reasonable middle-of-the-road candidate – the one that won't scare away the precious independent voter and cause them to run to the side of a radical Marxist like Hillary Clinton. Yes, that has always made sense.
Jeb has come out in favor of the Common Core Curriculum. You know the one. It's the, "your kids won't learn a darn thing except how to take a standardized test and score well on the SAT, curriculum."
He said of those (us) who are against Common Core – that we support the "status quo." He also stated that the curriculum is implemented and controlled by the states, which we all know is a big, fat lie. No doubt he also knows this.
In my opinion, there are two reasons Jeb is a Common Core advocate. First is that he is a big government progressive and as such, feels a central authority of experts should control everything. The second is that Common Core is just the natural extension of his brother W's, "No Child Left behind" boondoggle, and he can't be against that.
Jeb, like Marco Rubio, Christie Kreme and yes even Rand Paul, support "amnesty." Let's not split hairs here. If you are for a truncated path to citizenship for anyone here illegally, you are by default, for amnesty.
Oh sure, like others, Jeb is in favor of enhanced border security, which is code for, I'm not going to seal the border, but I'll lie and use fancy words like enhanced to confuse you into thinking I will.
Jeb actually said that illegals capture the entrepreneurial spirit of America. "People who come here legally and illegally are risk takers, Bush said. If you're living in a rural area of Guatemala and you come, you are a bigger risk taker than those who stay."
To an extent, I guess he's right, but so what. If I decide to rob a bank or run a red light, I'm taking a risk. We have laws and consequences for robbing banks and running red lights, and they are not to reward those who do.
But the establishment consultants say it's important to be tolerant of criminal aliens so that's what Jeb will appear to do. Whether he believes it or not is immaterial. He's a politician. He doesn't need to believe it.
That's his job as a progressive – lie just enough to get elected.
And those are just two of the reasons we need to "Stay Out the Bushes!"
AND THE END, or end or DID YOU REALLY READ THIS DIATRIBE
I read it

United States

#3178 Mar 29, 2014
And I must say this is only the second time in history I can recall agreeing with Jessie jerksome!

The last time was when he was caught on an open mike calling Obama that word only they can use while making a comment concerning what someone should do to Obama's manlyhood.

And ain't it funny how they get to use that N word when they are talking too or about one another???

Yea! Anyone who has been around as long as Jackson knows whats going on in this old world.

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