Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Yup

Nitro, WV

#25004 Sep 18, 2013
Truf wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank God for wikileaks!
http://nypost.com/2010/10/25/us-did-find-iraq...
The thing about WMDs was, Iraq was told not only to get rid of them, but to provide proof that they did.

We didn't know they did the first, because they never did the latter. Of course they still had WMDs of some sort. I doubt by the time they found what they had, they were worth that much.

Having said that, Clinton knew what a threat Saddam was. That's why Clinton signed into law The Iraqi Liberation Act.
Yup

Nitro, WV

#25005 Sep 18, 2013
BTW, Clinton claimed Iraq had nukes before he bombed the crap out of them.

No one called him a liar or a war criminal.
Melissa

Parkersburg, WV

#25006 Sep 18, 2013
Thank God for Wikipedia

Bush later said that the biggest regret of his presidency was "the intelligence failure" in Iraq,[17] while the Senate Intelligence Committee found in 2008 that his administration "misrepresented the intelligence and the threat from Iraq".[18] A key CIA informant in Iraq admitted that he lied about his allegations, "then watched in shock as it was used to justify the war.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_and_weapons...
-Kevin-

Nitro, WV

#25007 Sep 18, 2013
Melissa wrote:
Thank God for Wikipedia
Bush later said that the biggest regret of his presidency was "the intelligence failure" in Iraq,[17] while the Senate Intelligence Committee found in 2008 that his administration "misrepresented the intelligence and the threat from Iraq".[18] A key CIA informant in Iraq admitted that he lied about his allegations, "then watched in shock as it was used to justify the war.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_and_weapons...
How does that debunk the wikileaks article?

And if Bush did, SO DID CLINTON!

http://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/stories/1998/1...

"Earlier today, I ordered America's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq. They are joined by British forces. Their mission is to attack Iraq's nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."

Iraq HAD NUKES!?

LOL!~
-Kevin-

Nitro, WV

#25008 Sep 18, 2013
BTW That was in 1998. NOT in the early 90s.
Weird Harold

Fairmont, WV

#25009 Sep 18, 2013
Melissa wrote:
Bacon, you can't debate ignorance.
No Mypissa, Meat Blower and you can't debate because you are ignorant.
Crowley

Bluefield, WV

#25010 Sep 18, 2013
I am a publitard.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#25011 Sep 18, 2013
Finding a Tupperware container that's "triple sealed" doesn't mean it's mustard gas. It's just mustard.

Thank God for the picture of hard-hitting investigative journalism that is... Wired Magazine.

Dumbasses. Stop. Just stop. You're digging a hole that you can't climb out of. When Bush admits they found nothing, it's time to give up.

“what are you talking about you”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

schlappington, by god

#25012 Sep 18, 2013
Obama

Nairobi, Kenya

#25013 Sep 18, 2013
I'm a libratard
The Ghost Of Saddam

Baghdad, Iraq

#25014 Sep 18, 2013
-Kevin- wrote:
<quoted text>
How does that debunk the wikileaks article?
And if Bush did, SO DID CLINTON!
http://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/stories/1998/1...
"Earlier today, I ordered America's armed forces to strike military and security targets in Iraq. They are joined by British forces. Their mission is to attack Iraq's nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs and its military capacity to threaten its neighbors."
Iraq HAD NUKES!?
LOL!~
Bill was an idiot. Cared more about flucking fat chicks than he did me or Osama.
Bad cop no donut

Fairmont, WV

#25015 Sep 18, 2013
It doesn't matter what party I belong to, I am still a dumb bastard.
LOLLERBLADES

Nitro, WV

#25016 Sep 18, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
Finding a Tupperware container that's "triple sealed" doesn't mean it's mustard gas. It's just mustard.
Thank God for the picture of hard-hitting investigative journalism that is... Wired Magazine.
Dumbasses. Stop. Just stop. You're digging a hole that you can't climb out of. When Bush admits they found nothing, it's time to give up.
In other words, you got nothing but verbal masturbation bacon faker.

Get better
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exil

Saint Albans, WV

#25018 Sep 18, 2013
nasty, nasty, people.
Bad Cop No Doughnut

Toronto, Canada

#25019 Sep 18, 2013
Bad cop no donut wrote:
It doesn't matter what party We all belong to, We are still a dumb bastards.
Exactly!
Your all morons who "think" they are accomplishing something OTHER than polluting the air!
republicratards!
Hoser

Montréal, Canada

#25020 Sep 18, 2013
Being a republican is better than being canadian
Bad cop no donut

Fairmont, WV

#25021 Sep 18, 2013
Hoser wrote:
Being a republican is better than being canadian
Don't pick on Canada, they volunteered to give up their nuclear weapons! Lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol!!!!!!!
http://news.google.com/newspapers...
George

United States

#25022 Sep 18, 2013
House GOP works for votes on food stamp measure
Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP)— Republican House leaders are working to line up votes for nearly $4 billion in annual food stamp cuts, but some GOP moderates are questioning if that is too much.
The food stamp legislation is the House's effort to finish work on a wide-ranging farm bill, which has historically included both farm programs and food stamps. The House Agriculture Committee approved a combined bill earlier this year, but it was defeated on the floor in June after conservatives revolted, saying the cuts to food stamps weren't high enough. That bill included around $2 billion in cuts annually.

After the farm bill defeat, Republican leaders split the legislation in two and passed a bill in July that included only farm programs. They promised the food stamp bill to come later, with deeper cuts.
..........
Would you vote against a bill that makes you a millionaire? If the millions aren't bonus enough, what if voting for the bill would make you even more popular with your fringe political faction by making it easier to cut social services for the poor?
That's what the ongoing Farm Bill debate has come down to for Tennessee's Representative Robert Fincher, who voted on July 12 for the SNAP-less version of the bill, continuing the farm subsidy programs that have helped make him a millionare and isolating food assistance programs.
Surrounded by corn and soybean farms—including one owned by the local Republican congressman, Representative Stephen Fincher—Dyersburg, about 75 miles north of Memphis, provides an eye-opening view into Washington’s food stamp debate. Mr. Fincher, who was elected in 2010 on a Tea Party wave and collected nearly $3.5 million in farm subsidies from the government from 1999 to 2012, recently voted for a farm bill that omitted food stamps.
Pointing out that a small-government, fiscal conservative became a millionaire thanks to a government program that’s been called, among other things, a “Soviet-style affront to the free market” by the Chicago Tribune is not exactly endearing; Fincher didn’t respond to interview requests from the Times.
“The problem with Fincher isn’t that he’s scooped up farm subsidies,” writes Yglesias,“it’s that the appropriations bill he votes for continues to direct huge subsidies to rich farmers like himself even while he preaches the evils of government spending to support the poor.”
And he’s by no means alone in this particular bit of hypocrisy. The days of Congress comprising nothing but farmers is long, long gone, but there are currently 11 members of the House who have direct or indirect farming interests that lead to the federal government cutting them checks for subsidies or other forms of direct payments:
Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-AL)
Rep. Kristi Noem (R- SD)
Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA)
Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK)
Rep. David Valadao (R-CA)
Rep. Stephen Fincher (R-TN)
Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO)
Rep. John Kline's (R-MN)
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R-TX)
Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-IN)
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX)
So who exactly are Republicans representing? Yes to welfare for rich farmers, no to food for poor hungry people. Disgusting human beings.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#25023 Sep 18, 2013
Obama's approval has took another nose dive. Plus the Democrats approval rating has hit to 42% on if Americans trust them with the economy. The Republicans got 52%. I would not trust any of them.
Weird Harold

Fairmont, WV

#25024 Sep 18, 2013
George wrote:
House GOP works for votes on food stamp measure
Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP)— Republican House leaders are working to line up votes for nearly $4 billion in annual food stamp cuts, but some GOP moderates are questioning if that is too much.
The food stamp legislation is the House's effort to finish work on a wide-ranging farm bill, which has historically included both farm programs and food stamps. The House Agriculture Committee approved a combined bill earlier this year, but it was defeated on the floor in June after conservatives revolted, saying the cuts to food stamps weren't high enough. That bill included around $2 billion in cuts annually.
After the farm bill defeat, Republican leaders split the legislation in two and passed a bill in July that included only farm programs. They promised the food stamp bill to come later, with deeper cuts.
..........
Would you vote against a bill that makes you a millionaire? If the millions aren't bonus enough, what if voting for the bill would make you even more popular with your fringe political faction by making it easier to cut social services for the poor?
That's what the ongoing Farm Bill debate has come down to for Tennessee's Representative Robert Fincher, who voted on July 12 for the SNAP-less version of the bill, continuing the farm subsidy programs that have helped make him a millionare and isolating food assistance programs.
Surrounded by corn and soybean farms—including one owned by the local Republican congressman, Representative Stephen Fincher—Dyersburg, about 75 miles north of Memphis, provides an eye-opening view into Washington’s food stamp debate. Mr. Fincher, who was elected in 2010 on a Tea Party wave and collected nearly $3.5 million in farm subsidies from the government from 1999 to 2012, recently voted for a farm bill that omitted food stamps.
Pointing out that a small-government, fiscal conservative became a millionaire thanks to a government program that’s been called, among other things, a “Soviet-style affront to the free market” by the Chicago Tribune is not exactly endearing; Fincher didn’t respond to interview requests from the Times.
“The problem with Fincher isn’t that he’s scooped up farm subsidies,” writes Yglesias,“it’s that the appropriations bill he votes for continues to direct huge subsidies to rich farmers like himself even while he preaches the evils of government spending to support the poor.”
And he’s by no means alone in this particular bit of hypocrisy. The days of Congress comprising nothing but farmers is long, long gone, but there are currently 11 members of the House who have direct or indirect farming interests that lead to the federal government cutting them checks for subsidies or other forms of direct payments:
Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-AL)
Rep. Kristi Noem (R- SD)
Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA)
Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK)
Rep. David Valadao (R-CA)
Rep. Stephen Fincher (R-TN)
Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO)
Rep. John Kline's (R-MN)
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R-TX)
Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-IN)
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-TX)
So who exactly are Republicans representing? Yes to welfare for rich farmers, no to food for poor hungry people. Disgusting human beings.
Waawaawaa, put on your big boy pants Nancy and grow up. Republicans want to reduce the fraud in the SNAP program. You know, losers like you who are capable of working but who lay around all day doing nothing but sucking off the government tit. Go get a job and provide for your family instead of relying on my tax dollars for your support.

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