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Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10634 May 12, 2013
Here's a juvenile posts for liberaces.

too bad there are not more "HONEST" LIBERACES in the demo party.

"Dennis Kucinich: Obama's Benghazi Response 'Political'"
Now who would've thought Obama would be political with 4 lives.


"The U.S. went into Benghazi under the assumption that there was going to be a massacre there, Kucinich said. "So we went there to protect the Libyan people. We couldn't go into Benghazi to protect our own Americans who were serving there? I'm offended by this, and there has to be real answers to the questions that are being raised."


http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/kucinich-ben...
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10635 May 12, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
We'll be arguing soon which one is the youngest, I say he's an old fart.
I noticed you didn't answer the question.
How old are you Bored?
Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#10636 May 12, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>Who cares what was in Hillary's coffee, what was in yours to explain the complete idiocy of this and your two posts prior? But then this is the level to which you usually sink when you have nothing of any substance to offer to counter the posts you object to - nothing better than juvenile blathering. I guess you simply do not realize how foolish it makes you look.
Obama went to bed late on the night the consulate in Libya was attacked.

WHY COULDN'T HE SLEEP ?

DID HE HAVE HIS USUAL SNACK OF MILK AND GINGERBREAD COOKIES ?

WHY WEREN'T THERE AS MANY CRUMBS AS USUAL ?

Right Wing Wackos demand answers.

ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10637 May 12, 2013
Bored wrote:
Here's a juvenile posts for liberaces.
too bad there are not more "HONEST" LIBERACES in the demo party.
"Dennis Kucinich: Obama's Benghazi Response 'Political'"
Now who would've thought Obama would be political with 4 lives.
"The U.S. went into Benghazi under the assumption that there was going to be a massacre there, Kucinich said. "So we went there to protect the Libyan people. We couldn't go into Benghazi to protect our own Americans who were serving there? I'm offended by this, and there has to be real answers to the questions that are being raised."
http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/kucinich-ben...
I like your Newsmax link.

Did you know that they suggested a MILITARY COUP to remove PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Barack Obama?

It's true:

On September 29, 2009, NewsMax ran an article by John L. Perry titled Obama Risks a Domestic Military Intervention that suggested a military coup to "resolve the Obama problem." Perry also wrote that a coup, while not "ideal," may be preferable to "Obama's radical ideal, and would "restore and defend the Constitution." Newsmax has since removed the column from its Website, but the entire text of the article has been preserved elsewhere on the Web.[5][6]
Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#10638 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>The IRS ADMITTED it was targeting organizations that WERE MOST LIKELY TO Be ABUSING THEIR 501(c) status.

Let's look at this quote from Republican Rep. Paul Brown (GA):

REPUBLICAN PAUL BROWN wrote, "On Fox News in May 2011, Broun said regarding political correctness, "Well, Shannon, what happened at the airport is, uh, an elderly lady walked -- ah, followed me behind in the [TSA] screening process, and she was patted down. A little kid was patted down. And this guy in Arab attire just walks right through." He argued that lives and money could be saved by "intelligence" and less "political correctness". "



So to understand you correctly -

When it comes to Republican US Rep Paul Broun - you SUPPORT targeting and profiling to find illegal activity in the most likely spot.

When it come to the IRS doing audits of Tea Party and Republican Propaganda Factories, you're OUTRAGED by targeting and profiling to find illegal activity in the most likely spot.

Is that about right? It sounds like typical RWW hypocrisy.
Great great post.

Imagine "targeting" the most likely offenders for scrutiny.

Sounds like efficient use if resources to me.

I love Right Wing Wackos - they bitch the government doesn't "profile" or "target" enough - then when it does - they bitch the government "profiles" and "targets".

Amazingly, they are so insipidly ignorant they are the only ones who can't see their lunacy.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10639 May 12, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
It is hilarious for you to be calling out ANYONE on the supposed "juvenile" content of their posts - absolutely hilarious.
LOL - Just like Benghazi - you don't give a flying F%%K what charges you're throwing around. You just care who they're aimed at.

As your Republican Hero Ronnie Ray-Gun once said: You're operating with an "open mouth and a closed mind".

The more you post the more I'm convinced you're Michele Bachmann. Fervently dedicated to insane principles and concepts.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10640 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
I like your Newsmax link.
Did you know that they suggested a MILITARY COUP to remove PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Barack Obama?
It's true:
On September 29, 2009, NewsMax ran an article by John L. Perry titled Obama Risks a Domestic Military Intervention that suggested a military coup to "resolve the Obama problem." Perry also wrote that a coup, while not "ideal," may be preferable to "Obama's radical ideal, and would "restore and defend the Constitution." Newsmax has since removed the column from its Website, but the entire text of the article has been preserved elsewhere on the Web.[5][6]

Another example of a poorly written analogy, you must be at least 76 with onset of alzheimer's.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10641 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>

As your Republican Hero Ronnie Ray-Gun once said: You're operating with an "open mouth and a closed mind".

Imitation of IO's "ronnie ray-gun" is an insult to IO insanity. Also copyright infringement.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10642 May 12, 2013
The conspiracy of liberal media is REAL.

"CBS, ABC Presidents Have Siblings Working for Obama."


Is Obama Covering Up Benghazi Truth? Let Congress Know, Vote Here
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The presidents of ABC News and CBS News have siblings who work in the Obama administration and are involved with Benghazi.

Political consultant Richard Grenell told "Fox News Watch" that the ties raise concerns as to why the mainstream media has not more aggressively pursued the story.

Story continues below video.

"I think the media's becoming the story, let's face it," Grenell said. "CBS News President David Rhodes and ABC News President Ben Sherwood, both of them have siblings that not only work at the White House, that not only work for President Obama, but they work at the (National Security Council) on foreign policy issues directly related to Benghazi. Let's call a spade a spade."

Another first by FOX, BAM!


http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Network-News...


Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10643 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL - Just like Benghazi - you don't give a flying F%%K what charges you're throwing around. You just care who they're aimed at.
You're losing your cool, but what else is new.

Take your problem to Kucinich, he'll understand.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10644 May 12, 2013
MINI REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP EXTRA EDITION: Mitch McConnell.

Mitch McConnell is of course a Republican Senator from Kentucky. He has the extremely powerful position of Senate Minority Leader.

His home state of Kentucky is an absolute disaster on all fronts: fiscally, health care, environmentally, employment wise and in every other meaningful measure.

He stands for everything you would expect from a current Republican, including opposing every word President Obama says.
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Hypocritically - he requested money for Federal Green-projects in his home state:

On the Senate floor and the television airwaves, Senator Mitch McConnell has lambasted the Obama administration over what he has described as its failed efforts to stimulate new jobs through clean-energy projects backed with billions of dollars in federal loans or other assistance.

But Mr. McConnell, of Kentucky, is one of several prominent Republicans who have worked to steer federal money to clean-energy projects in their home states, Energy Department documents show.

Mr. McConnell made two personal appeals in 2009, asking Energy Secretary Steven Chu to approve as much as $235 million in federal loans for a plant to build electric vehicles in Franklin, Ky.

“I hope you will realize the importance of such job creation to Kentucky,” Mr. McConnell said in a July 2009 memo supporting an application from Zap Motor Manufacturing.

Federal lobbying disclosure records show that Mr. McConnell’s support for the project came after Zap Motor hired a Kentucky-based lobbyist, Robert Babbage, who has been a frequent contributor to Mr. McConnell’s campaigns and boasts on his own Internet site about his close ties to Mr. McConnell.
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Now let's look at Zap Motors:

A feature article in the April 2008 issue of Wired alleged that "ZAP has taken millions from investors and dealers eager to see the company's line of green cars hit the road. But that line has never materialized." The article alleges that board members issued themselves large amounts of company stock and warrants and made misleading claims about the company's prospects, allowing them to enrich themselves at the expense of dealers who bought franchises and did not receive the cars that they were expecting to sell. While the company sold the low-end Xebra for a number of years, more expensive, higher-performance models have been repeatedly announced but not produced.[75]

ZAP sold a lot of shares based on its intention to sell Smart cars, but that deal fell through, leading Daimler-Chrysler, the Smart car's manufacturer, to say that ZAP's behavior revealed "both the sham nature of its purported business and a lack of trustworthiness that is nothing short of stunning."
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Mitch McConnell - Another prime example of Republicans failure to conduct the business of the United States Citizens honestly and with honor.
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Where is the Republican outrage?
guest

United States

#10645 May 12, 2013
Bored wrote:
More States need to ban this..
"Missouri Legislature Bans UN Agenda 21."
http://www.blacklistednews.com/Missouri_Legis...
You folks actually believe this crap? goodgodamighty! Come on say you don't.
The key word in the link is….see if you can spot it.
http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2012/08/15/5... -
garbage-agenda-21-conspiracy-t heories-as-its-national-platfo rm/
This from the article- so well put>
"It just seems that on issue after issue after issue we are no longer having disagreements about a certain set of facts. Instead we have two sides presenting absolute alternative realities. And the bottom line, I think, is that from the political right, or the far right, that we are seeing almost nothing but a string of conspiracy theories that have virtually nothing to do with reality. So we cannot even have a rational debate about things that we admittedly disagree about. Instead, we spend our time fending off utterly baseless, fear-mongering conspiracy theories that prevent us moving forward in any way as a society."
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10646 May 12, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Another example of a poorly written analogy, you must be at least 76 with onset of alzheimer's.
It's not an analogy. It's not even close to an analogy. It couldn't even be mistaken as an analogy by a certified idiot. Only by you.

It is a statement. It is straight-up saying what it means to say.

By the way:

How old are you? We noticed that you didn't answer.
Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#10647 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>I like your Newsmax link.

Did you know that they suggested a MILITARY COUP to remove PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Barack Obama?

It's true:

On September 29, 2009, NewsMax ran an article by John L. Perry titled Obama Risks a Domestic Military Intervention that suggested a military coup to "resolve the Obama problem." Perry also wrote that a coup, while not "ideal," may be preferable to "Obama's radical ideal, and would "restore and defend the Constitution." Newsmax has since removed the column from its Website, but the entire text of the article has been preserved elsewhere on the Web.[5][6]
Right Wing Wackos expressing traitorous beliefs suggesting the elected President of the United States be overthrown by force.

Please, I'm shocked !

Say it isn't so.

Why next thing you know you'll be claiming Right Wing Wackos want to force Christian prayers and services into our public schools; demand claims of religious magic be taught as equal to science; and that gays are more dangerous to the sanctity of marriage than Right Wing politicians cheating on their wives and servicing other men in airport bathrooms.
Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#10648 May 12, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>Another example of a poorly written analogy, you must be at least 76 with onset of alzheimer's.
AMERICA DEMANDS ANSWERS !!!

Odd,(no really it isn't),

Did Newsmax actually publish the article as indicated ?

Did the article encourage the violent overthrow of the government if the United States ?

If so - do you disavow any such publication as traitorous ?

Do you now, or have you ever in the past supported the violent overthrow of the government of the United States ?

NO MORE COVER UPS !

Arguing like Right Wing Wackos is fun - and it's easy because it doesn't require knowledge or thought.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#10649 May 12, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Perhaps this poster could "Educate yourself...", too.

Charges for a procedure, visit, test, etc. are pretty much useless any more as the insurance companies, managed care, etc. have determined what they will pay each of the aforementioned items....
Thank you for makling the point that it is not only Medicare that arbitrarily decides how much it will pay "not because of new information, but simply because of a bureaucratic decision."

As the NPR article points out, actual cost to the consumer is entirely dependent upon the negoiating power of their insurance provider, the health care provider, and where they live.

And woe be the poor sap who can't afford health insurance, they get charged to the max, then a percentage is written off as charity, and the poor sap still can't handle the balance, is left to face bankruptcy or hounding by debt collectors.

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Actually, arbitrarily is exactly how it works when medical practices get letters stating that "Medicare will be cutting reimbursements for x procedure from $75 to $60 - not because of new information, but simply because of a bureaucratic decision. And those "wildly inflated costs" include covering the costs of patients who do not pay their bill and malpractice insurance that continues to go up - now if anyone really wanted to bring down medical costs, tort reform would make a HUGE difference - I wonder why that wasn't done, oh, silly me - trial lawyers have Democrats in their back pockets.
==========
Hospital Costs Go Public: What Changes In Health Care?
May 08, 2013 1:00 PM
http://www.npr.org/2013/05/08/182295999/drama...
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10650 May 12, 2013
Thanks,NRA and Republicans:

NEW ORLEANS — Gunmen opened fire on people marching in a neighborhood Mother's Day parade in New Orleans on Sunday, wounding at least 19.

The shooting – described by the FBI as a flare-up of street violence – shattered the festive mood surrounding the parade that drew hundreds of people to the 7th Ward neighborhood of modest row houses not far from the French Quarter. Cell phone video taken in the aftermath of the shooting shows victims lying on the ground, blood on the pavement and others bending over to comfort them.

You guys are doing a FINE job insuring that guns aren't a problem in America. No further measures are necessary.
Informed Opinion

North Fort Myers, FL

#10651 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
MINI REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP EXTRA EDITION: Mitch McConnell.

Mitch McConnell is of course a Republican Senator from Kentucky. He has the extremely powerful position of Senate Minority Leader.

His home state of Kentucky is an absolute disaster on all fronts: fiscally, health care, environmentally, employment wise and in every other meaningful measure.

He stands for everything you would expect from a current Republican, including opposing every word President Obama says.
----------

Hypocritically - he requested money for Federal Green-projects in his home state:

But Mr. McConnell, of Kentucky, is one of several prominent Republicans who have worked to steer federal money to clean-energy projects in their home states, Energy Department documents show.

Mr. McConnell made two personal appeals in 2009, asking Energy Secretary Steven Chu to approve as much as $235 million in federal loans for a plant to build electric vehicles in Franklin, Ky.

Federal lobbying disclosure records show that Mr. McConnell’s support for the project came after Zap Motor hired a Kentucky-based lobbyist, Robert Babbage, who has been a frequent contributor to Mr. McConnell’s campaigns and boasts on his own Internet site about his close ties to Mr. McConnell.
----------

Now let's look at Zap Motors:

ZAP sold a lot of shares based on its intention to sell Smart cars, but that deal fell through, leading Daimler-Chrysler, the Smart car's manufacturer, to say that ZAP's behavior revealed "both the sham nature of its purported business and a lack of trustworthiness that is nothing short of stunning."
----------

Mitch McConnell - Another prime example of Republicans failure to conduct the business of the United States Citizens honestly and with honor.
----------

Where is the Republican outrage?
It gets worse for buffoon McConnell.

Is it possible for a Right Wing Wacko to be more obviously a Right Wing Wacko hypocrite than to filibuster against your own bill.

This moronic corporate shill actually filibustered to prevent the Senate from voting on his own bill.

..... Senate negotiations took a strange turn on Thursday when Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was forced to filibuster a vote that he had called for himself.

It started when McConnell demanded an up or down vote on a measure that would allow the president to have more authority in raising the debt ceiling.

Democrats agreed that voting for a permanent solution to the debt ceiling was the fiscally responsible thing to do.

McConnell was forced to turn around and say "I object," filibustering his own suggestion.

How painfully stupid would Right Wing Wackos have to be to vote for someone who filibusters to keep his own legislation from passing ?

At least it's entertaining.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#10652 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...But Mr. McConnell, of Kentucky, is one of several prominent Republicans who have worked to steer federal money to clean-energy projects in their home states, Energy Department documents show.

Mr. McConnell made two personal appeals in 2009, asking Energy Secretary Steven Chu to approve as much as $235 million in federal loans for a plant to build electric vehicles in Franklin, Ky.
Somebody thinks that the government should be picking winners and losers, especially if they reside in your home state.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10653 May 12, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
MINI REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP EXTRA EDITION: Mitch McConnell.
Mitch McConnell is of course a Republican Senator from Kentucky. He has the extremely powerful position of Senate Minority Leader.
His home state of Kentucky is an absolute disaster on all fronts: fiscally, health care, environmentally, employment wise and in every other meaningful measure.
He stands for everything you would expect from a current Republican, including opposing every word President Obama says.
----------
Hypocritically - he requested money for Federal Green-projects in his home state:
On the Senate floor and the television airwaves, Senator Mitch McConnell has lambasted the Obama administration over what he has described as its failed efforts to stimulate new jobs through clean-energy projects backed with billions of dollars in federal loans or other assistance.
But Mr. McConnell, of Kentucky, is one of several prominent Republicans who have worked to steer federal money to clean-energy projects in their home states, Energy Department documents show.
Mr. McConnell made two personal appeals in 2009, asking Energy Secretary Steven Chu to approve as much as $235 million in federal loans for a plant to build electric vehicles in Franklin, Ky.
“I hope you will realize the importance of such job creation to Kentucky,” Mr. McConnell said in a July 2009 memo supporting an application from Zap Motor Manufacturing.
Federal lobbying disclosure records show that Mr. McConnell’s support for the project came after Zap Motor hired a Kentucky-based lobbyist, Robert Babbage, who has been a frequent contributor to Mr. McConnell’s campaigns and boasts on his own Internet site about his close ties to Mr. McConnell.
----------
Now let's look at Zap Motors:
A feature article in the April 2008 issue of Wired alleged that "ZAP has taken millions from investors and dealers eager to see the company's line of green cars hit the road. But that line has never materialized." The article alleges that board members issued themselves large amounts of company stock and warrants and made misleading claims about the company's prospects, allowing them to enrich themselves at the expense of dealers who bought franchises and did not receive the cars that they were expecting to sell. While the company sold the low-end Xebra for a number of years, more expensive, higher-performance models have been repeatedly announced but not produced.[75]
ZAP sold a lot of shares based on its intention to sell Smart cars, but that deal fell through, leading Daimler-Chrysler, the Smart car's manufacturer, to say that ZAP's behavior revealed "both the sham nature of its purported business and a lack of trustworthiness that is nothing short of stunning."
----------
Mitch McConnell - Another prime example of Republicans failure to conduct the business of the United States Citizens honestly and with honor.
----------
Where is the Republican outrage?

Outrage.

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