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TrollBot

San Francisco, CA

#6315 Jan 2, 2013
Tedious Troll Imposter wrote:
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(Another childish and pointless post snipped).
Troll. Ignore.
Ribzilla

Schenectady, NY

#6316 Jan 2, 2013
TrollBot wrote:
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Troll. Ignore.
Of course, by telling him that you're ignoring his posts, we know that you aren't.

Since: Dec 12

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#6317 Jan 2, 2013
De Opresssor Liber wrote:
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Tell me, do you have any real points, facts or positions to post about, or are you simply going to spend the rest of your life calling everying and "imposter" and "liar"?
I think that you should ask that dog of yours for help with your posts.
"imposter" and "liar"?

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#6318 Jan 2, 2013
Yes

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#6319 Jan 2, 2013
De Opresssor Liber wrote:
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Tell me, do you have any real points, facts or positions to post about, or are you simply going to spend the rest of your life calling everying and "imposter" and "liar"?
I think that you should ask that dog of yours for help with your posts.
The intention of this thread was to discuss political events, it has been usurped by democratic l;iberal minions who distain any honest discourse, and so revert to chicanery and fraud, I say to you, Quack a doodle doo, the object in your ass is not obamas' shoe.
Sam

North Tonawanda, NY

#6320 Jan 2, 2013
I'm falling aaasssleeeppp !!!

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#6321 Jan 2, 2013
Sam wrote:
I'm falling aaasssleeeppp !!!
You never woke up.
TrollBot

Reston, VA

#6322 Jan 2, 2013
Scumbag Troll Imposter wrote:
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(Childishly inane troll snipped)
Troll. Ignore.
layeeq

Saudi Arabia

#6323 Jan 3, 2013
acd
layeeq

Saudi Arabia

#6324 Jan 3, 2013
tap
Wloclawek Warrior

Carson, VA

#6325 Jan 3, 2013
This conversation is old, matter of fact 3 years too old.
Trollbama

Garden City, NY

#6326 Jan 3, 2013
If you voted for obama you are a fool.
Winner

Herkimer, NY

#6327 Jan 3, 2013
Trollbama wrote:
If you voted for obama you are a fool.
I voted for President Obama and feel vindicated.
Ribzilla

Schenectady, NY

#6328 Jan 3, 2013
Trollbama wrote:
If you voted for obama you are a fool.
If you voted for Romney you're a loser.
Trollbama

Garden City, NY

#6329 Jan 3, 2013
Winner wrote:
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I voted for President Obama and feel vindicated.
Fools often feel vindicated at first, then stupid after they realize they've been had. You will have less money to spend, thank your idol, obama.
Trollbama

Garden City, NY

#6330 Jan 3, 2013
Ribzilla wrote:
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If you voted for Romney you're a loser.
You have lost, you just are too stupid to realize it yet.
The New Yorker

Riverhead, NY

#6331 Jan 3, 2013
In the aftermath of the fiscal-cliff deal, Republicans in Congress issued a heartfelt apology to the top 1.5 per cent richest people in America, offering “messages of profound condolence” for allowing their taxes to increase slightly.

“Our hearts go out to them,” said House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), still teary-eyed after hanging up the phone with a multimillionaire in Orange County, California.“We came to Washington to do the work of 1.5 per cent of the American people, and we didn’t get it done.”

The House Speaker said that he had spoken to several members of the top 1.5 per cent who were “understandably despondent” over seeing their taxes rise marginally as a result of the deal:“Some of them were so upset they even considered moving to Canada, until they found out the taxes were higher there.”

Mr. Boehner said that he tried to offer the wealthy consolation by reminding them that because of an increase in payroll taxes, millions of middle-class and working-class Americans would be suffering more than they would:“That usually put them in a better mood.”

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Virginia) assailed the fiscal-cliff legislation today, calling it “a classic example of putting 98.5 per cent of the American people ahead of the rest of the country.”

Offering words of hope to the top 1.5 per cent, Mr. Cantor said,“In a few months we’ll have the next debate about the debt ceiling. As God is my witness, we will try to do a better job of bringing this nation to the brink of Armageddon.”

But to billionaires such as Harland Dorrinson, a longtime super-donor to the G.O.P., such assurances ring hollow:“If the fiscal-cliff deal is the kind of performance we can expect from Republican politicians, what’s the point of owning them?”

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...
Trollbama

Garden City, NY

#6332 Jan 3, 2013
The New Yorker wrote:
In the aftermath of the fiscal-cliff deal, Republicans in Congress issued a heartfelt apology to the top 1.5 per cent richest people in America, offering “messages of profound condolence” for allowing their taxes to increase slightly.
“Our hearts go out to them,” said House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), still teary-eyed after hanging up the phone with a multimillionaire in Orange County, California.“We came to Washington to do the work of 1.5 per cent of the American people, and we didn’t get it done.”
The House Speaker said that he had spoken to several members of the top 1.5 per cent who were “understandably despondent” over seeing their taxes rise marginally as a result of the deal:“Some of them were so upset they even considered moving to Canada, until they found out the taxes were higher there.”
Mr. Boehner said that he tried to offer the wealthy consolation by reminding them that because of an increase in payroll taxes, millions of middle-class and working-class Americans would be suffering more than they would:“That usually put them in a better mood.”
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Virginia) assailed the fiscal-cliff legislation today, calling it “a classic example of putting 98.5 per cent of the American people ahead of the rest of the country.”
Offering words of hope to the top 1.5 per cent, Mr. Cantor said,“In a few months we’ll have the next debate about the debt ceiling. As God is my witness, we will try to do a better job of bringing this nation to the brink of Armageddon.”
But to billionaires such as Harland Dorrinson, a longtime super-donor to the G.O.P., such assurances ring hollow:“If the fiscal-cliff deal is the kind of performance we can expect from Republican politicians, what’s the point of owning them?”
Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...
And then obama flew on the taxpayers dollar back to his exotic Hawaiian vacation where he and his family donned burlap sack clothing and eat cold rice and some taru root slightly boiled.And they jointly prayed together asking God for forgiveness of some very minor trespasses that transpired.

I like my fantasy better

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#6333 Jan 3, 2013
The New Yorker wrote:
In the aftermath of the fiscal-cliff deal, Republicans in Congress issued a heartfelt apology to the top 1.5 per cent richest people in America, offering “messages of profound condolence” for allowing their taxes to increase slightly.
“Our hearts go out to them,” said House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), still teary-eyed after hanging up the phone with a multimillionaire in Orange County, California.“We came to Washington to do the work of 1.5 per cent of the American people, and we didn’t get it done.”
The House Speaker said that he had spoken to several members of the top 1.5 per cent who were “understandably despondent” over seeing their taxes rise marginally as a result of the deal:“Some of them were so upset they even considered moving to Canada, until they found out the taxes were higher there.”
Mr. Boehner said that he tried to offer the wealthy consolation by reminding them that because of an increase in payroll taxes, millions of middle-class and working-class Americans would be suffering more than they would:“That usually put them in a better mood.”
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Virginia) assailed the fiscal-cliff legislation today, calling it “a classic example of putting 98.5 per cent of the American people ahead of the rest of the country.”
Offering words of hope to the top 1.5 per cent, Mr. Cantor said,“In a few months we’ll have the next debate about the debt ceiling. As God is my witness, we will try to do a better job of bringing this nation to the brink of Armageddon.”
But to billionaires such as Harland Dorrinson, a longtime super-donor to the G.O.P., such assurances ring hollow:“If the fiscal-cliff deal is the kind of performance we can expect from Republican politicians, what’s the point of owning them?”
Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...
Oh, a fiction writer, Ay, here's the reality for all you obama worshippers, those with the ownership of the means of production will simply pass the obama taxes onto you, obama knows it and does it anyway because he knows that you are fools and you have proven that to him over and over again. I hope you enjoy the increased costs of living with obama as your King, you silly serfs.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#6334 Jan 3, 2013
General [Carter] Ham as head of Africom received the same e-mails the White House received requesting help/support as the attack was taking place. General Ham immediately had a rapid response unit ready and communicated to the Pentagon that he had a unit ready.

General Ham then received the order to stand down. His response was to screw it, he was going to help anyhow. Within 30 seconds to a minute after making the move to respond, his second in command apprehended General Ham and told him that he was now relieved of his command.”

The White House denies this. The White House is lying. Hillary Clinton does not want to testify under oath, for the obvious reasons.

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