Who do you support for Governor in Tennessee in 2010?

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<quoted text> I love posts like this. They illustrate the mindset of the new Republican party. It isn't your policies that alienated the majority of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, women, independants and gays, they voted for Obama twice because they are all getting a check ! I love it ! Maybe the national party can hire you to design the advertising campaign for 2016.
BTW Didn't you say that you were getting a check ?
Lol! Yep, I think you're right, OT!:)

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Under Obama there have been 2 embassy attacks and 4 deaths. Under Bush there were 11 embassy attacks and 52 deaths. Please provide a link to your earlier outrage when Bush sat and allowed 13 times more Americans die on "his watch." Was it somehow Clinton's fault?
Please provide a link to your assertion that Bush - or Clinton for that matter - sat idly by then went to bed...or infinitely worse, WOULD NOT ALLOW MILITARY ASSETS TO ASSIST WHILE OUR PEOPLE WERE SCREAMING FOR HELP, when American soil was under attack for nearly eight hours.

Please, do tell....or are you just gonna continue to be an Obama apologist and go back to your play book of blaming Bush?

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The Gun Rights Fanatics, fueled by the NRA, have made a fortune for the Gun and Ammo Manufacturers, in a very short period of time. So much so, that the Ammo Manufacturers can't even keep up with the demand.
I've been told that Assault Weapons have just about tripled in price...I don't know about the Ammo, but I'll bet the same is true for it, too...or will be when the new shipments come in.
I'm just curious...do any of you think that you're being taken for a ride? I think you are! I think you're being played like a cheap fiddle!
You know what they say..."a fool and his money are soon parted".
The Obama administration ordering billions of rounds for 'homeland security' has more to do with it than what your 'thinking'.

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What the heck is going on with our Military and particularly, the Air Force???
Sexual Assaults through the roof, even the One in charge of dealing with them...and now, this!
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"AP Exclusive: Air Force Sidelines 17 ICBM Officers."

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Despite what liberals contend, spoon fed by leftist media....

Gun crime has plunged in the United States since its peak in the middle of the 1990s, including gun killings, assaults, robberies and other crimes, two new studies of government data show.

In less than two decades, the gun murder rate has been nearly cut in half. Other gun crimes fell even more sharply, paralleling a broader drop in violent crimes committed with or without guns. Violent crime dropped steeply during the 1990s and has fallen less dramatically since the turn of the millennium.

In the same time frame more and more states have allowed law-abiding citizens to carry - either concealed or openly...it is now up to 48 states.

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Well, Pelosi and the Democrat's hope for momentum in taking back the U.S. House of Representatives got dashed yesterday in a South Carolina special election.

Despite Stephan Colbert's sister, Elizabeth Colbert-Busch (D), being listed TWICE on the ballot...she was soundly defeated by Mark Sanford (R) 54%- 45%.

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Nuh_ wrote:
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Please provide a link to your assertion that Bush - or Clinton for that matter - sat idly by then went to bed...or infinitely worse, WOULD NOT ALLOW MILITARY ASSETS TO ASSIST WHILE OUR PEOPLE WERE SCREAMING FOR HELP, when American soil was under attack for nearly eight hours.
Please, do tell....or are you just gonna continue to be an Obama apologist and go back to your play book of blaming Bush?
Better yet, Nuh, you provide a Link to a Reliable Source that says Obama, or anybody in his Administration, did what you are implying that he or they did...and I said a "Reliable" Source!

If the TEApublicans had any proof, whatsoever, of any of those allegations, they wouldn't be having another one of these "Witch Hunt" Congressional Hearings that they so dearly love doing for the publicity to make look like they are actually doing something!
It wouldn't be necessary to have them, if there were any proof, or even any reasonable evidence! They would just go straight to the Impeachment Proceedings and present their evidence in it! It's a FARCE, just like all their other Witch Hunts have been...and they seem to have one about every month!
Their time would be much better spent , trying to address the Nations many problems, but that would be expecting too much of them, considering the level of their intelligence! THROW THE BUMS OUT OF OFFICE, ASAP...THEY'RE WORTHLESS AS LEGISLATORS!
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I am going to quote from an editorial recently printed in the local paper." From James Madison to the mid 20th century we had a tariff. This provided revenue for the US government to keep other taxes low and build the nation's infrastructure. Tariffs prevented exploiters of labor from getting rich here on sweatshops abroad. Tariffs favored US companies by letting them compete for free in the US market while a cover charge was placed on foreign goods entering the USA. Foreign prodcers would pay tariffs for the privalege of competing here, while US companies paid income taxes ......But in the late 20th century, America abandoned as "protectionism" what Henry Clay called the American System. We gave up economic patriotism. We gave up on the idea that the US economy should be structured for the benefit of...Americans. We embraced Globalization.
The ideaological basis of globalization was that, just as what was best for America was a free market where US companies produce and sell anywhere freely and equally in the USA, this model can be applied worldwide. We can create a global economy where companies produce where they wish and sell where they wish......the big boosters of the concept were the transnational corps. They could now shift plants and factories out of the high wage well regulated US economy to Mexico, China and India.....produce for pennies, ship their products back to the USA and sell here at the old price and pocket the difference." Some " predicted this would lead inexorably to the deindustrialization of America, a halt to the steady rise in US worker's wages and standard of living and the enrichment of a new class of corporations.
Meanwhile other nations .......would invade and capture huge slices of the US market for their home companies. The losere were the companies that stayed in the USA and produced for the USA, with American workers.
And so it came to pass. US real wages haven't risen in 40 years.
In the first decade of the century, America lost 5 to 6 million manufacturing job, one in every three we had, as 55,000 factories closed. Since Bush 41 touted the New World Order, we have run trade deficits of 10 trillion dollars. Everybody-- the EU, China, Japan, Mexico, Canada---now runs a trade surplus at the expense of the USA.
We built a global economy--by gutting our own.

Pat Buchannan wrote this editorial and, while I usually find myself disagreeing with Pat, I think h is spot on with this one.

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<quoted text>Well.OA, where is the proof that there was zero outrage over those deaths? At least they weren't classified as "workplace violence" as was the Ft. Hood shooting by this loon president. The impeachment is for lying to the American people.
There was and still is outrage over those deaths...
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Honestly wrote:
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10-4 in favor of O Willard
Christianity and Judaism are not sports for scoring. He was instructing people on a matter he knows nothing about. I asked how long he was a practicing Jew and he didn't answer, however our conversation ended on a mutual respective note. You should keep your idolatry of another person in check.
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<quoted text>"Patty Smith, mother of State Dept officer Sean Smith who died in the attack, told CNN that she blames Hillary Clinton for what happened.
"Why couldn't she do something about it? I blame her. That's her department. She's supposed to be on top of it, and yet she claims that she knows nothing - " it wasn't told to her," Smith said to Jake Tapper. "Who's running the place?"
Indeed!Hilary has blood on her hands.
Is Hillary to blame ? I suppose the buck stops at the top, so yes, she is to blame.
I think it's ironic that the right is ready and willing to back a grieving mother who is blaming the Secretary of State, when you look at what they said about Cindy Sheehan when she blamed George W. Bush for the death of her kid. Apparently the buck stops short of W.....but not Hillary !

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Better yet, Nuh, you provide a Link to a Reliable Source that says Obama, or anybody in his Administration, did what you are implying that he or they did...and I said a "Reliable" Source!
If the TEApublicans had any proof, whatsoever, of any of those allegations, they wouldn't be having another one of these "Witch Hunt" Congressional Hearings that they so dearly love doing for the publicity to make look like they are actually doing something!
It wouldn't be necessary to have them, if there were any proof, or even any reasonable evidence! They would just go straight to the Impeachment Proceedings and present their evidence in it! It's a FARCE, just like all their other Witch Hunts have been...and they seem to have one about every month!
Their time would be much better spent , trying to address the Nations many problems, but that would be expecting too much of them, considering the level of their intelligence! THROW THE BUMS OUT OF OFFICE, ASAP...THEY'RE WORTHLESS AS LEGISLATORS!
'reliable source'....like, say the Huffington Post, Moveon, MSNBC, etc?

Another deflection from yet another Obama apologist. ALL the closing of liberal ranks concerning Benghazi WAS about getting Obama re-elected...NOW it's ALL about setting Hillary up for 2016.

The TRUTH of what happened to our people doesn't really matter to Obama apologists...like Hillary herself stated:

"What difference at this point does it make?
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Olivia wrote:
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All these arbitrary religious rules are made by men. priests were allowed to marry until the 12 th century when the Catholic Church wanted to inherit their land and assets instead of having it go to their wives. It all boiled down to money. Many people are moral and do not subscribe to any organized religion.
Are you just interjecting your opinion on all religions? I'm not all that familiar with the Catholic church and do not pretend to be. As a Jew, my faith is not based on rules by men, but by God. We don't worship any others except God. What is your faith if I may ask?

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Nuh_ wrote:
Despite what liberals contend, spoon fed by leftist media....
Gun crime has plunged in the United States since its peak in the middle of the 1990s, including gun killings, assaults, robberies and other crimes, two new studies of government data show.
In less than two decades, the gun murder rate has been nearly cut in half. Other gun crimes fell even more sharply, paralleling a broader drop in violent crimes committed with or without guns. Violent crime dropped steeply during the 1990s and has fallen less dramatically since the turn of the millennium.
In the same time frame more and more states have allowed law-abiding citizens to carry - either concealed or openly...it is now up to 48 states.
I assume this is the Report that you're referring to, and it comes from the U.S. Justice Dept....you know, that Federal Agency that you Teapublicans claim is constantly covering up Stuff , on Obama's Orders.
Well, here it is...so spin this!
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"REPORT: Sharp Drop In Gun Violence, But Most Killings Still Involve Firearms."

Click here:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/report...
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Stephen Hawking, just like Albert Einstein both have/had issues about how the leaders of Israel treated Palestinians.

http://news.yahoo.com/stephen-hawking-boycott...

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<quoted text> Is Hillary to blame ?
Obviously what is to blame is an anti-islam internet video that nobody had ever heard of that caused a spontaneous riot...one with RPG's and mortars in the crowd and that came in wave after wave for nearly eight hours...on the anniversary of 9/11.

Yep.
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<quoted text>I disagree with Honestly. It was 10-0 in favor of Willard.
This post made me feel so sad. Humor at rhe expense of people's faith should not feel comical.
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It should have read "the".
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<quoted text>Hey, OT. The truth is that the demographics have changed. With 12-20 million illegals, there are now more parasites than producers. You know that's true. The free stuff is what many people voted for. Blacks voted in the 90% for Obama because he is black. Many on the left would vote for Donald Duck if he was running as a democrat.
Those 12 to 20 million illegals can't vote, and those legal Hispanic immigrants and the American citizens of Hispanic decent who voted for Dems are generally like all other Americans, hard working folks trying to raise families and achieve the American dream.
Blacks voted for Bill Clinton in record numbers, even though he was as white as white bread, so, while skin color may have moved the needle for Obama, it wasn't the motivator you seem to imply. The Republicans are increasingly losing support from women as well. Since half of the country is female....y'all have a problem Houston.
You can continue to deny the fact that policy drives voting. That's fine with me ! It isn't my job to improve the numbers for Republican presidential candidates. So kudos to you and "Honestly" ! Keep on keeping on !

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If you thought Chicago-on-the-Potomac was dirty, you ain't seen nothing yet. Obama's apologists are gearing up for battle. Put on your hip-waders. Grab those tar buckets. Get ready for Operation Smear Benghazi Whistleblowers.

Capitol Hill hearings this Wednesday on the deadly 9/11 consulate attack by jihadists will feature three compelling witnesses, all State Department veterans: Gregory N. Hicks, deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Libya and highest-ranking U.S. diplomat in the country at the time of the Benghazi jihad attacks; Mark I. Thompson, a former Marine who now serves as deputy coordinator for operations in the agency's Counterterrorism Bureau; and Eric Nordstrom, a diplomatic security officer who was the top security officer in Libya.

For reference....

ATF insiders who testified before Congress about Obama's Fast and Furious gun-running nightmare faced systemic retaliation and harassment -- both from government supervisors who openly declared witch hunts against them and from liberal media water-carriers.

Maverick journalist Sharyl Attkisson of CBS News faced White House retaliation of her own over her Fast and Furious investigations. Department of Justice spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler "was just yelling at me," and White House spokesman Eric Schultz "literally screamed at me and cussed at me," she told radio talk show host Laura Ingraham in 2011.

Former DOJ attorney J. Christian Adams, who blew the whistle on Attorney General Eric Holder's rule of law-perverting, race-baiting reign, was basely smeared as a "liar" and perjurer by DOJ proxy and Washington Post tool E.J. Dionne -- who ignored Adams' stellar career record at DOJ and unassailable sworn testimony.

Gerald Walpin, former AmeriCorps inspector general, was pushed out of his job by the Obamas after exposing fraud and corruption perpetrated by Democratic mayor of Sacramento and Obama friend Kevin Johnson. The White House baselessly questioned the veteran watchdog's mental health and never apologized for slandering him.

The Pleasanton (CA) Weekly was bullied by the White House press shop over a benign article that irked the administration because it made Michelle Obama look snooty. The San Francisco Chronicle was punished by the White House because a print pool reporter used a cellphone to record video of protesters at an Obama Bay Area fundraiser.

And in case you needed reminding: Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius threatened to crack down on health insurers for candidly tying Obamacare mandates to rising premiums -- something that Sebelius herself now acknowledges. Team Obama lambasted other whistle-blowing companies such as Deere, Caterpillar, Verizon and ATT for speaking out about the cost implications and financial burdens of Obamacare -- and then cheered from the sidelines while Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman attempted to haul the firms up for a congressional inquisition.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/201...

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