beautifulmind

Greece

#29168 Nov 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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What's funny is that Brand has ALWAYS done this to his interviewers. I watched him blow the MSNBC set up on Morning Joe. Smart people who come from poverty are VERY DANGEROUS to the establishment. Smart people who come from poverty and gain wealth and power DESTROY the establishment.
He's wrong about voting though, and I think he misidentifies the source of change. I also think he underestimates the danger conservatives pose to society today, and the importance of wrestling what little power they have remaining away. To do anything else risks losing all of the gains liberals have made for the environment, the poor, civil rights, women and minorities.
i think russell brand rocks, he has potential to be the face of a revolution. not a violent crazy kind but just helping to open people's eyes...average americans love celebrities!

and he condemns the two party system. he doesnt follow the 2 party paradigm. He's explaining all of that is just an illusion constructed to keep people arguing among themselves. It's keeping people from addressing real issues (poverty,hunger,wars,environme nt, etc) and confronting who is behind it all.

he doesn't mention liberals or conservatives
beautifulmind

Greece

#29169 Nov 1, 2013
fitness-guru wrote:
<quoted text>whats that white cracker woman "rose" wearing that scarf for ? for her 5 minutes of television fame or what ? melissa do you see the word alleged ? look it up.
you're racist too! omg...

when will this stop? evolve spiritually and mentally all ready! the world/this country needs good people in it. not jerk offs.
mcbill

Roanoke, VA

#29170 Nov 1, 2013
The guys flat out said that he was gonna fundamentally change america and ran with the likes of bill ayers. His father (or so he was told was his father) wad as anti american as can be... What did you non-liberal democrats think you were doing in the voting booth?
Forget black on black crimes, black on white crimes are completely ignored. Zimmerman was looking out for his neighbors and getting his head bashed in and still it was called an "injustice" by that fascist pig in the white house. Gains for blah blah blah... Most of which are nothing more than reverse discrimination and governmental dependancy programs. Hope you all are proud when the dollar is a thing of the past and people are dying while waiting to see an obamacare doctor. It wont be long now.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29171 Nov 1, 2013
Mgtn Res wrote:
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Maybe you can curl up on Michelle Obama's lap and she can comfort you. She is another chuckle head who says that she is ashamed of her country. And oh by the way, if you are so ashamed, move to Syria or Iran dipstick. But before you go, maybe you can find time to answer the question that you dodged yesterday morning, was Obama's handling of the NLRB appointees unconstitutional?
https://www.google.com/url...
Presidents since George Washington have made recess appointments. Washington appointed South Carolina judge John Rutledge as Chief Justice of the United States during a congressional recess in 1795. Because of Rutledge's political views and occasional mental illness, however, the Senate rejected his nomination, and Rutledge subsequently attempted suicide and then resigned.
New Jersey judge William J. Brennan was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956 through a recess appointment. This was done in part with an eye on the presidential campaign that year; Eisenhower was running for reelection, and his advisors thought it would be politically advantageous to place a northeastern Catholic on the court. Brennan was promptly confirmed when the Senate came back into session. President Eisenhower, in a recess appointment, designated Charles W. Yost as United States ambassador to Syria.[10] Eisenhower made two other recess appointments, Chief Justice Earl Warren and Potter Stewart.
George H. W. Bush appointed Lawrence Eagleburger Secretary of State during a recess in 1992; Eagleburger, as Deputy Secretary of State, had in effect filled that role after James Baker resigned.
According to the Congressional Research Service, President Ronald Reagan made 240 recess appointments, President George H. W. Bush made 77 recess appointments, President Bill Clinton made 139 recess appointments. President George W. Bush made 171 recess appointments, and as of January 5, 2012, President Barack Obama had made 32 recess appointments.[11]

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29172 Nov 1, 2013
Pages in category "Recess appointments during the George W. Bush administration"

The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
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John R. Bolton
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Susan Dudley
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Eric S. Edelman
Gordon R. England
Clark Ervin
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Sam Fox
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C. Boyden Gray
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Robert D. Lenhard
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Charles W. Pickering
William H. Pryor, Jr.
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Michael E. Toner
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Hans von Spakovsky
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Steven T. Walther
Ellen L. Weintraub
Sue Ellen Wooldridge

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29173 Nov 1, 2013
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/us-manufacturi... --years

In spite of the tea party taliban.
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29174 Nov 1, 2013
The problem is Obama broke the rules set up by Reid to keep Bush from setting up this type of recess appointments.
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29175 Nov 1, 2013
But it is not breaking the rules when Obama does it. It is ok with all the liberals thug mentality

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29176 Nov 1, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
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... and i say we all take a stand against anyone that shares the ideology. We should call them out on their bigotry...
That's the revolution that's already occurring. We used to let them live in their echochambers and filter reality for them. Now, more and more progressive, rational people are willing to just duke it out with a whackjobs anytime, anywhere. For every redneck in a bar that makes some Obama comment, there's a dude that breaks his balls for it (if he's wrong).

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29177 Nov 1, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
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Presidents since George Washington have made recess appointments. Washington appointed South Carolina judge John Rutledge as Chief Justice of the United States during a congressional recess in 1795. Because of Rutledge's political views and occasional mental illness, however, the Senate rejected his nomination, and Rutledge subsequently attempted suicide and then resigned.
New Jersey judge William J. Brennan was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956 through a recess appointment. This was done in part with an eye on the presidential campaign that year; Eisenhower was running for reelection, and his advisors thought it would be politically advantageous to place a northeastern Catholic on the court. Brennan was promptly confirmed when the Senate came back into session. President Eisenhower, in a recess appointment, designated Charles W. Yost as United States ambassador to Syria.[10] Eisenhower made two other recess appointments, Chief Justice Earl Warren and Potter Stewart.
George H. W. Bush appointed Lawrence Eagleburger Secretary of State during a recess in 1992; Eagleburger, as Deputy Secretary of State, had in effect filled that role after James Baker resigned.
According to the Congressional Research Service, President Ronald Reagan made 240 recess appointments, President George H. W. Bush made 77 recess appointments, President Bill Clinton made 139 recess appointments. President George W. Bush made 171 recess appointments, and as of January 5, 2012, President Barack Obama had made 32 recess appointments.[11]
Oops. You forgot. Bush didn't happen, remember? Obama started ALL this shit.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#29178 Nov 1, 2013
Leighla wrote:
But it is not breaking the rules when Obama does it. It is ok with all the liberals thug mentality
Thug mentality. Hilarious. You dumbasses are your own problem. We didn't put Sarah Palin on TV then wonder why the ridicule is relentless. Bitch thinks Paul Revere was a gun rights activist.
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Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29180 Nov 1, 2013
OOPS we forgot Obama does not have to abide by rules, his campaign promises, or by the constitution. If you are a democrat you get a free ride and can strong arm the press to keep secrets and lie for you. How could we ever forget!!!!!!!!!!

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29181 Nov 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Thug mentality. Hilarious. You dumbasses are your own problem. We didn't put Sarah Palin on TV then wonder why the ridicule is relentless. Bitch thinks Paul Revere was a gun rights activist.
LMAO! Thanks, I needed a good laugh today.
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29182 Nov 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Thug mentality. Hilarious. You dumbasses are your own problem. We didn't put Sarah Palin on TV then wonder why the ridicule is relentless. Bitch thinks Paul Revere was a gun rights activist.
You put Pelosi in office who passed a health care bill that she said they would find out what was in it later. ROFL I guess we know what was it now don't we

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29183 Nov 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Thug mentality. Hilarious. You dumbasses are your own problem. We didn't put Sarah Palin on TV then wonder why the ridicule is relentless. Bitch thinks Paul Revere was a gun rights activist.
It's those little voices in their heads that take over but that's ok, the voices are smarter than they are:)
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29184 Nov 1, 2013
Thank God you have Biden, Waxman, Pelosi, Pallone, they can lead the way for you all. Palin does not hold a position you people keep the dumbest of the dumbest
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29185 Nov 1, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
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LMAO! Thanks, I needed a good laugh today.
Just watch Jay Carney lie on tv I get a good laugh every time he is dumb enough to come back out and lie some more.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29186 Nov 1, 2013
Leighla wrote:
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You put Pelosi in office who passed a health care bill that she said they would find out what was in it later. ROFL I guess we know what was it now don't we
Those ten seconds, immortalized by Fox News leave out what Pelosi said in the lead-up to those infamous words:

You really have to stop relying on Fox if you want to be taken serious.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#29187 Nov 1, 2013
Leighla wrote:
Thank God you have Biden, Waxman, Pelosi, Pallone, they can lead the way for you all. Palin does not hold a position you people keep the dumbest of the dumbest
Bet you can see China from your house. Lol
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#29188 Nov 1, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
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It's those little voices in their heads that take over but that's ok, the voices are smarter than they are:)
You sound like a 5 year old if you have nothing intelligent to say why don't you pretend like bacon hater does.

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