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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 286910 comments on the thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story from Oct 1, 2010, titled 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate. In it, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com reports that:

"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).

Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.

Dale

Wichita, KS

#151763 Feb 26, 2014
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Tell us the difference in the Tea Party and the Taliban. Both want to overthrow a freely elected government and install some form of minority religious rule over the majority.
A freely elected government is great, as long as that government follows the "Law of the Land" (US Constitution).
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151764 Feb 26, 2014
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
YEAH...REALLY ...Sarah Palin is stupid and Obama was tired ...shut up...people are not stupid ...!!!!!!
LIBERAL CRAPOLA...destroying America...love Socialism ... GO to Europe and take Obama with you...!!!!! Some of us love Capitalism and America!!
AMERICA love it or leave it. Go back to your godforsaken country because the repukes won't be in the White House anytime soon. Deal with it chemtrail zombie serb.

No doubt that quitter caribou Barbie would be your idol. You both are LOSERS.

Here you go chemtrail:

The Myth Of Socialism

Since President Obama took the oath of office it has become the rhetoric of the GOP that anything that doesn’t agree with them is “socialist” or “leading us towards socialism.” It seems, historically, that this is the tactic of the Republicans every time the Democrats propose policies (mainly health care reform) that they don’t agree with. The fallacy of their statements is that they have made them repeatedly throughout history, and America is still not a Socialist nation. Any time that the Republicans do not hold the Presidency, and cannot push their agenda, they resort to McCarthyism. Never once in our history has a President advocated for the complete Government take-over of all private industries. I have friends that identify as Socialist and they can’t believe that they are being so grossly misrepresented by the right-wing media. To Republicans, the term “Socialist” or “moving towards Socialism” has come to mean ANY industry involved with the Government. Republicans are also arguing that if you support any type of Government-run agency then you must be a socialist who supports a “nanny-state.” It’s very easy to compile a list of Presidents called “socialist” by their enemies for policies which did not agree with the Republicans.

President Obama is called a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes on the wealthy, bailing out the auto-industry and for his health care bill.

President Clinton was called a “socialist” for wanting to take 60% of the budget surplus over the course of 15 years and put it towards Social Security, while investing a portion in the private sector. He was also a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes and expand health care.
President Carter was called a “socialist” for creating the Department of Energy and the Department of Education, and for wanting to expand health care.

President Johnson and President Kennedy were called “socialist” for introducing The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, with President Johnson also a “socialist” for establishing Medicare and Medicaid.

President Truman was called a “socialist” for supporting “The Fair Deal”, and “The New Deal”, and for wanting to expand health care. His health care reform ideas have since been acknowledged as the inspiration for Medicare and Medicaid.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was called a “socialist” for introducing “The New Deal”, and for proposing universal health care as part of the Social Security Act.

Are you starting to see a pattern here? When I started to realize this pattern emerging that seems to target the Democratic leadership, I started wondering; “what do Republicans think socialism means?” So I decided to find out. I asked some Republicans how they personally define “socialism”. Here are some of the answers I got:

Ok, so what I can summarize from these responses and the others that I have received is that the common perception of “socialism” or “moving towards socialism” is when the Government is interfering in the private sector, as well as the actions of any agency that is funded by taxpayer money. I should make it clear that I’m not a proponent of socialism, and I don’t believe that Government should take over the private sector. However, by Republicans’ definitions, the following parts of our society are “moving us towards ‘socialism’”:

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Dale

Wichita, KS

#151766 Feb 26, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
Contain Your Shock: 9 Out of 10 Most Miserable States are RED STATES!
According to a new Gallup poll, Americans aren’t all that happy, and they’ve even got slightly worse in 2013.
But there were a few states that ranked the most miserable in the nation, and no almost no one’s surprise (at least to AATTP-ers), the top-ten most miserable states are mostly red states.
Here’s how the rankings broke down:
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Missouri
Tennessee
Arkansas
Ohio
Alabama
Mississippi
Kentucky
West Virginia
http://aattp.org/contain-your-shock-9-out-of-...
Living blue in a RED state. Hope to change that come November.
RIP GOP
ALISON 2014
DITCH MITCH
Oh yeah, stomp away loser lemmings. hahaha
If you don't like your state, move! Hell, there ain't nothing worse than living in a state that you hate! Yep, pack-up the wife and kids and find your future.
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151767 Feb 26, 2014
Rep. Gutierrez Gives Darrell Issa Hell Over 'Do-Nothing' Congress

Rep. Luis Gutierrez turned a hearing intended to lay the groundwork for impeachment into a glorious rant about Congress' intent to block everything, especially immigration.

I'm pretty sure I don't have much to add. Rep. Gutierrez did a magnificent job of exposing the cynical Republicans and their cynical hearings.

All I can say is Amen, and vote these GOP idiots out in November.

http://crooksandliars.com/2014/02/rep-gutierr...

Me too, AMEN. He spoon fed that idiot reality.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151768 Feb 26, 2014
Brother Scolds Ted Nugent Over Obama Slur

Outspoken conservative rocker Ted Nugent has been scolded by his brother for calling President Barack Obama "a sub-human mongrel."

"I still love him, but this time he’s clearly crossed a line," Jeff Nugent, the former CEO of Revlon and Neutrogena, said in an interview with The Washington Post.

Ted Nugent, a Second Amendment advocate, made the "mongrel" comment during an interview with Guns.com attacking the president last month. It came to light when Nugent joined Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott on the campaign trial in the gubernatorial race against Democrat Wendy Davis.

CNN's Wolf Blitzer found Nugent's comment particularly offensive, saying that "sub-human mongrel" was the same terminology used by Nazis to justify killing millions of Jews. After being attacked by leading Republicans, Nugent apologized for the remark, although Blitzer said it was somewhat half-hearted.

"Being Ted’s older brother, I have known him from birth, and he hasn’t changed much," Jeff Nugent said. "He has always been provocative. This time, I am offended.

"His latest crossed line was the reference to President Obama as a 'sub-human mongrel.' It doesn’t matter what he was trying to communicate, the president of the United States is not a sub-human. I’m not defending Ted one bit. When he crosses lines, it offends me, and I tell him directly."

Jeff Nugent also revealed on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront" on Tuesday night that he had repeatedly asked his brother to tone down his remarks. Ted had appeared on Burnett’s show the night before and promised to quit "calling people names."

Asked to comment on his brother’s statements, Ted Nugent sent an email to the Post, saying, "No response. His words stand, and I stand with him."

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Ted-Nugent-J...

Apparently there is a nugent with an once of decency. Wonder if he thinks his mom is proud of that foul mouthed, draft-dodging, predator, has been rocker ted. haha I doubt it.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#151769 Feb 26, 2014
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
YEAH...REALLY ...Sarah Palin is stupid and Obama was tired ...shut up...people are not stupid ...!!!!!!
LIBERAL CRAPOLA...destroying America...love Socialism ... GO to Europe and take Obama with you...!!!!! Some of us love Capitalism and America!!
Go back to your own country.
Dale

Wichita, KS

#151770 Feb 26, 2014
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Very simple to understand. Bush handed Obama the nations credit card with $5.5 Trillion ran up on it. He also handed him the budgets and spending that exceeded the income of the IRS by about $1.3 Trillion per year. So with the short fall of income and the interest adding daily it gets to where we are at.
Even if the US closed everything and just kept the Non-discretionary spending (Medicare/SS and military) at current rates we are $500 Billion in the hole per year.
Does this mean that Obama has added 12 trillion to the debt in four years and it took Bush and everyone before him to create 5.5 trillion? You can't borrow your way out of poverty.
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151771 Feb 26, 2014
Dale wrote:
<quoted text> If you don't like your state, move! Hell, there ain't nothing worse than living in a state that you hate! Yep, pack-up the wife and kids and find your future.
I LOVE KENTUCKY, I won't be moving. We already ditch a loser repuke governor, mitch is next, then GRANDrand. I certainly wouldn't be moving to ugly state as backward and crazy as TN and AZ. Husband dead, child grown up, retired and living good in the BLUEgrass state. There was nothing in that post about not liking my state dumbass. It shows how f'd up RED states are. But as usual you teabagger CONS read what you want to see Guess fauxbox worshipping taught you that. Poor pathetic repuke.

RIP GOP

ALISON 2014

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151772 Feb 26, 2014
Major General Criticizes Dick Cheney For Attacking Obama On Foreign Policy

Major General Paul D. Eaton criticized former Vice President Dick Cheney for hitting President Barack Obama on foreign policy.
On Monday, Cheney criticized a proposal that called for shrinking the Army to its smallest size in 74 years, saying it would do "long-term damage to our military."

“And I think the whole thing is not driven by any change in world circumstances, it is driven by budget considerations," Cheney said. "[Obama] would much rather spend the money on food stamps than he would on a strong military or support for our troops.”

Cheney failed to note that military families redeemed more than $100 million in food stamps on military bases in 2013.

During a phone interview with SiriusXM Progress, Eaton slammed Cheney for his comments considering his role in Iraq.

"Vice President Cheney is one of the architects of the worst foreign policy disaster of the 21st century," Eaton said. "We're young, but the decision to attack Iraq, and to do so in such an incompetent manner, does not give him a platform to say anything about the foreign policy under execution today."

"Vice President Cheney is who he is. It's unfortunate that he has not followed the guidance and the model of his former boss, President Bush, and gone off quietly to write his memoir," Eaton also said.

Listen to Eaton's comments on SiriusXM Progress below:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/26/paul...

You tell him Major General. He should keep his hypocritical fat mouth closed. Guess he worries about the lack of HALLIBURTON contracts eh? haha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#151773 Feb 26, 2014
Ari son of Anarchy wrote:
<quoted text>
The difference? Really?
September 11th mean anything to you?
If you said that to me while seated at the bar (Flannigan,s Pub), I really don't know that I could restrain myself.
Jihad is real, Tea-had is liberal mythology.
What is the difference in what the Taliban wants to do and the Tea Party? Have another beer and think about it.
Over throw a freely elected government of the Majority.
Set in place leaders from a minority.
Set in place Laws that the majority do not agree with.
Set up some form of religious based rule.
OZombies

South El Monte, CA

#151774 Feb 26, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
AMERICA love it or leave it. Go back to your godforsaken country because the repukes won't be in the White House anytime soon. Deal with it chemtrail zombie serb.
No doubt that quitter caribou Barbie would be your idol. You both are LOSERS.
Here you go chemtrail:
The Myth Of Socialism
Since President Obama took the oath of office it has become the rhetoric of the GOP that anything that doesn’t agree with them is “socialist” or “leading us towards socialism.” It seems, historically, that this is the tactic of the Republicans every time the Democrats propose policies (mainly health care reform) that they don’t agree with. The fallacy of their statements is that they have made them repeatedly throughout history, and America is still not a Socialist nation. Any time that the Republicans do not hold the Presidency, and cannot push their agenda, they resort to McCarthyism. Never once in our history has a President advocated for the complete Government take-over of all private industries. I have friends that identify as Socialist and they can’t believe that they are being so grossly misrepresented by the right-wing media. To Republicans, the term “Socialist” or “moving towards Socialism” has come to mean ANY industry involved with the Government. Republicans are also arguing that if you support any type of Government-run agency then you must be a socialist who supports a “nanny-state.” It’s very easy to compile a list of Presidents called “socialist” by their enemies for policies which did not agree with the Republicans.
President Obama is called a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes on the wealthy, bailing out the auto-industry and for his health care bill.
President Clinton was called a “socialist” for wanting to take 60% of the budget surplus over the course of 15 years and put it towards Social Security, while investing a portion in the private sector. He was also a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes and expand health care.
President Carter was called a “socialist” for creating the Department of Energy and the Department of Education, and for wanting to expand health care.
President Johnson and President Kennedy were called “socialist” for introducing The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, with President Johnson also a “socialist” for establishing Medicare and Medicaid.
President Truman was called a “socialist” for supporting “The Fair Deal”, and “The New Deal”, and for wanting to expand health care. His health care reform ideas have since been acknowledged as the inspiration for Medicare and Medicaid.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was called a “socialist” for introducing “The New Deal”, and for proposing universal health care as part of the Social Security Act.
Are you starting to see a pattern here? When I started to realize this pattern emerging that seems to target the Democratic leadership, I started wondering; “what do Republicans think socialism means?” So I decided to find out. I asked some Republicans how they personally define “socialism”. Here are some of the answers I got:
Ok, so what I can summarize from these responses and the others that I have received is that the common perception of “socialism” or “moving towards socialism” is when the Government is interfering in the private sector, as well as the actions of any agency that is funded by taxpayer money. I should make it clear that I’m not a proponent of socialism, and I don’t believe that Government should take over the private sector. However, by Republicans’ definitions, the following parts of our society are “moving us towards ‘socialism’”:
CONtinued:
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Really ...you're going to preach to me about Socialism ...you, liberal crapola...text is one thing, born in Socialist country is another. Don't tell me what Socialism is all about...
SOCIALISM IS SCARY...NO FREEDOM, RUN AWAY AS FAR AS YOU CAN, YOU ...D~U~M~M~Y...!!!!!!!
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151775 Feb 26, 2014
The Republican IRS Witch Hunt Cost Taxpayers $14 Million and Counting
According to an IRS letter just released, Representative Darrell Issa’s (R-CA) and the Republicans’ manufactured IRS investigation/campaign ad has cost the taxpayers $14 million dollars and counting.
$14 million wasted on a witch hunt, as they refuse to pass any real legislation and claim that we must make cuts to programs to help the vulnerable. And they’re not done yet. Republicans are holding two hearings this week in the Oversight Committee and one in the Appropriations Committee.

Given all of the secrecy and careful orchestration surrounding Issa’s witch hunts, how do we even know what the IRS witch hunt is costing?

We only know because Representatives Sander Levin and Elijah Cummings, the Ranking Members of the House Ways and Means Committee and Oversight and Government Reform Committee, asked the IRS on February 7 in a letter. Today they released a letter from IRS Commissioner John Koskinen regarding the money and resources spent on the Republican witch hunt.

The costs, which are explained as the “conservative approach”, detailed in Koskinen’s letter are $8 million in direct costs like salaries, benefits, and travel, plus an additional $6 million to $8 million to “add capacity to information technology systems to process materials to investigators.”

All of this was spent when Darrell Issa knew from the beginning that there was nothing to see. Documents were presented at his witch hunt that were deliberately redacted to tell a false story that Republicans wanted the public to hear.

Levin and Cummings are not impressed. The released a statement,“After one of the most far-reaching investigations in recent history—spanning multiple House and Senate Committees that obtained hundreds of thousands of documents and interviewed dozens of officials—there is absolutely zero evidence of political motivation or White House involvement. Despite this fact, Republicans remain fixated on falsely accusing the White House of targeting its political enemies, wasting millions of dollars in an attempt to reignite their partisan inquiry before the November elections.”

It is clear that Darrell Issa and the House GOP are actually the party guilty of using taxpayer funds to conduct a political witch hunt, while claiming that their party is being targeted by a taxpayer funded organization.

Issa and the GOP spent 14 million targeting Democrats so far, and they’ve come up with nothing.

NOTHING. Just more ways to waste government money, from the party of “fiscal conservatism” and “small government”. And it’s not just the actual money spent, but the idea of resources. The IRS was already underfunded.

Maybe Republicans need to pay-as-you-go for their witch hunts. If there isn’t a certain level of evidence to support their accusations, or if they are proven wrong, they must pay back a percentage of the costs. You know, like responsible grown ups would.

http://www.politicususa.com/2014/02/26/republ...

That 40million, the 60+ million wasted on OBAMAcare repeals, among other wasteful ploys would feed a lot of children and the military families, as well as the VETERANS. Or help the unemployed whose checkes were cut. VOTERS WON'T FORGET

Vote them out.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#151776 Feb 26, 2014
Dale wrote:
<quoted text>Does this mean that Obama has added 12 trillion to the debt in four years and it took Bush and everyone before him to create 5.5 trillion? You can't borrow your way out of poverty.
Correct. And no matter who is President, Medicare and SS as is will make the debt $22 Trillion by 2020 without cuts, tax raises or Death Panels.
Just look at how hard it is to cut a dime of spending on anything except the poor. Welfare is only 10% of all government spending. The US spends more than the next 10 nations COMBINED on military. Look at what happens when Obama tries to cut that.
OZombies

South El Monte, CA

#151777 Feb 26, 2014
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Go back to your own country.
Make me...

Is this best you can do...?????
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151778 Feb 26, 2014
Mitch McConnell Plans a Big Tax Cut for the Rich if Republicans Win The Senate

Albert Einstein was a brilliant theoretical physicist, and although he was by no means a noted psychologist, he did accurately define insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. By Einstein’s definition, Republicans are truly insane, and yesterday Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell revealed that Republicans plan to both do nothing throughout 2014 and wait until next year to enact an even more disastrous tax scheme than during the Bush administration to devastate the economy again and destroy the government according to Grover Norquist’s plan. However, Republicans do not labor under any delusion that their plan for “tax reform” will produce different results than during the Bush years because the scheme Republicans are proposing will deliver the government to Norquist to “drown in a bathtub” and produce a population paying the rich and corporations for the privilege of living in “their America.”

Yesterday McConnell said he did not see a path forward for tax reform this year, and it is likely because in Republican parlance “tax reform” entails giving major tax cuts to the richest 2% of income earners and their highly profitable corporations. McConnell said,“If we had a new Republican Senate next year, coupled with a Republican House, I think we could have at least a congressional agreement that this is about getting rates down and making America more competitive, not about giving the government even more revenue.” Forget that tax rates are at their lowest levels in 60 years, or that the rich and corporations already pay a low rate compared to 27 other wealthy nations, it is never low enough for Republicans so they have a plan to give the rich and corporations a nearly tax-free existence.

The Republican “tax reform” plan is Paul Ryan and Willard Romney’s proposal to cut the tax rate for the richest Americans and their corporations to 25%, but their effective tax rate means they will likely pay hardly any taxes. Although the corporate tax rate stands at 35% currently, the effective corporate tax rate is only 10% in 2013 according to the Government Accounting Office. If the corporate rate is cut by 10%, corporations will pay an effective tax rate of 0.6% at most, and for the largest corporations that already paying nothing in taxes and get refunds from the hardworking taxpayers, the Republican plan will mean taxpayers will be paying corporations directly for being American corporations. It is likely why Republicans intend on raising taxes on the poor and middle class to fund taxpayer subsidies for the rich and their corporations.

Reducing the tax rate for the richest Americans to 25% also brings their effective rate to next to nothing compared with middle class taxpayers. As it stands now, Americans earning over one-million dollars annually pay an effective rate of 23% instead of 39% due to generous tax loopholes and the ability to hide their money in offshore tax haven accounts. The Republican plan to reduce the wealthy’s rate to 25% means at most the richest 2% will pay less than 8.5% while the poor and middle class who lack offshore accounts and loopholes will pay 25% to help the rich and corporations as McConnell says,
“be more competitive.” This is the grand tax plan Romney and Ryan campaigned, and lost, on in 2012 and yet Republicans intend on enacting their hideous plan to increase taxpayer gifts to the rich and corporations.

Although the Republicans’ tax plan is a giant gift to the rich, McConnell exposed the GOP’s intent to starve the government of revenue to eliminate its ability to function by not “giving the government even more revenue.”

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Dale

Wichita, KS

#151779 Feb 26, 2014
RayOne wrote:
ObamaCARE began with a LIE, then was endorsed with one LIE after the other, and the American Public wants to know when is someone going to JAIL.
<quoted text>
It is beyond my comprehension to understand why Obama hasn't been impeached by the House. Last time I checked, he had violated the Constitution 20+ time just on Obamacare.
Oh, I get it, he is black and no one wants to be called a racist. Hell, the law is the law, whether one is black, yellow or white.
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151780 Feb 26, 2014
CONtinued:

The Republican plan does increase revenue to partially cover tax breaks for the rich and corporations, but it will not be enough to pay them for the privilege of living in a country where the bottom 98% of the population sends tax dollars directly to corporations and the rich.

McConnell and Republican ideology is in line with fascist Grover Norquist who wants to destroy the U.S. government by starving it of revenue and getting it down to a size he can “drag into a bathtub and drown.” In order to starve the government of any revenue, Republicans plan to enact their idea of tax reform to increase the income inequality that is slowly destroying the economy and the middle class. Americans have to face the sad fact that Republicans will effectively slash tax rates for the rich and corporations to the point they will eventually pay nothing in taxes; that is McConnell’s idea of making American more competitive. But while Republicans intend on eliminating taxes for the rich and corporations, 98% of Americans will see a substantial tax hike that inordinately targets the poor and middle class.

According to McConnell and House Speaker John Boehner, it appears Republicans intend on doing nothing throughout 2014 and still draw their inflated salaries and taxpayer-funded healthcare benefits. To date, Republicans have revealed they will not raise the minimum wage, extend unemployment benefits, pass comprehensive immigration reform, fund infrastructure improvements, or anything the American public supports. But they will attempt to reverse the President’s executive orders and investigate Benghazi and the IRS to death, and attempt to pass religious liberty laws to give evangelical Christians the right to dominate the rest of the population; but they will do absolutely nothing for the American people.

Republicans will likely fine-tune their so-called “tax reform” scheme to raise taxes on the poor and middle class to fund tax cuts for the rich and corporations, and slash domestic programs to fund what tax hikes on the poor and middle class fail to cover. The result will be a teabagger-libertarian dream where the great majority of Americans toil to fund the military, religious and oil industry subsidies, and of course the wealthy and corporation’s tax cuts. All the while, Grover Norquist and the Koch brothers will wait in the wings until they can finally achieve their vision of an America without a government.

http://www.politicususa.com/2014/02/26/mitch-...

Typical McCONnell MENTALITY. Take care of the rich.

GOP = themselves, BIG CORPS/PHARMA and $$$$$$$$$

DEMS = PEOPLE

RIP GOP

ALISON 2014

DITCH MITCH
Dale

Wichita, KS

#151781 Feb 26, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
I LOVE KENTUCKY, I won't be moving. We already ditch a loser repuke governor, mitch is next, then GRANDrand. I certainly wouldn't be moving to ugly state as backward and crazy as TN and AZ. Husband dead, child grown up, retired and living good in the BLUEgrass state. There was nothing in that post about not liking my state dumbass. It shows how f'd up RED states are. But as usual you teabagger CONS read what you want to see Guess fauxbox worshipping taught you that. Poor pathetic repuke.
RIP GOP
ALISON 2014
DITCH MITCH
So you are doing good!!! Good, you have nothing to bitch about, do you!!!
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#151784 Feb 26, 2014
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
Really ...you're going to preach to me about Socialism ...you, liberal crapola...text is one thing, born in Socialist country is another. Don't tell me what Socialism is all about...
SOCIALISM IS SCARY...NO FREEDOM, RUN AWAY AS FAR AS YOU CAN, YOU ...D~U~M~M~Y...!!!!!!!
TOO MUCH TRUTH for your chemtrail damaged brain zombie serb. You socialism rants are hilarious. This is my country. I am not going anywhere. Maybe you should pack your bag and head back to your home country where you belong. You don't like America LEAVE. DEMS will rule the White House for years to come. Glad you are the MINORITY in this country. Now go get you some seawater for your tea and don't suck up too much of your chemtrail fog. It is really doing a number on your pea brain. Loser lemming tool.

RIP GOP

HILLARY 2016

ALISON 2014

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#151785 Feb 26, 2014
Dale wrote:
<quoted text>It is beyond my comprehension to understand why Obama hasn't been impeached by the House. Last time I checked, he had violated the Constitution 20+ time just on Obamacare.
Oh, I get it, he is black and no one wants to be called a racist. Hell, the law is the law, whether one is black, yellow or white.
"It is beyond my comprehension to understand". I'm sure it is.

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