APNewsBreak: US Senate nominee Greene...

APNewsBreak: US Senate nominee Greene indicted on felony charge of showing porn to SC student

There are 42 comments on the FOX59.com WXIN-TV Indianapolis story from Aug 13, 2010, titled APNewsBreak: US Senate nominee Greene indicted on felony charge of showing porn to SC student. In it, FOX59.com WXIN-TV Indianapolis reports that:

In a Sunday, July 18, 2010 photo, Alvin Greene, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, makes his first public speech at Manning Junior High School, in Manning, S.C. Greene was indicted Friday, August 13, 2010 on two charges, including a felony charge of showing pornography to a South Carolina college student.

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Deo Vindice

Sacramento, CA

#1 Aug 13, 2010
Another gang-banger associate of Saddam Hussein Obama busted !!!!

These blacks figure they can use the race card to get out of felonies.

When are they going to indict the ring leader - Hussein himself ??

We know he is a hard-core racist and a radical muslim/islamic who wants to destroy the country and set himself up as the first homosexual dictator of the USA.

Don't belive Hussein is homosexual?

Check out this video of a prominent American BLACK man with a PhD. He provides names of Hussein's homosexual partners. He also details Hussein's ominous agendas.

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“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Canton, OH

#2 Aug 13, 2010
Typical Democrat = Indicted.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Canton, OH

#3 Aug 13, 2010
Nothing like those Deomcrat "Family values" coming through! ROFL!
Really

United States

#4 Aug 13, 2010
But its be's a anatomy lesson I was tryin to show.... das all... give a brotha a break. LOL.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Canton, OH

#5 Aug 13, 2010
I guess the Cinderfella Story is over.

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Since: Apr 07

Canton, OH

#6 Aug 13, 2010
US 'Virtually Certain' to Fall Into A New Recession

Friday, 13 Aug 2010
By: Jeff Cox
CNBC.com Staff Writer

The US economy is almost certainly headed back into a double dip recession, and economists aren't seeing it because they're using "the old rules of thumb" that don't apply this time, well-known economist David Rosenberg told CNBC.

Consumers' focus on shedding debt rather than spending will prevent the economy from growing and bring a halt to the recovery, said Rosenberg, a former Merrill Lynch economist who now works at Gluskin Sheff, an advisory firm based in Toronto.

"The risks of a double-dip recession—if we ever got out of the first one—are actually a lot higher than people are talking about right now," he said. "I think that it's almost a foregone conclusion, a virtual certainty."

Rosenberg has long been pessimistic on the economy, believing that persistently high unemployment, weak economic indicators and massive debt-cutting—deleveraging—by consumers and businesses will send the economy into a double dip.

Though many economists disagree with Rosenberg about the chance of another recession, his views are widely followed on Wall Street and have often been accurate.

Unemployment remains stubbornly high at 9.6 percent, while Friday's economic reports showed modest gains in retail spending and the consumer price index.

In addition, a slew of leading economists, from firms including Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs have been scaling back their outlook for the gross domestic product.

On Friday, Goldman raised the chance of a double-dip happening to 25-30 percent.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/38691272

Impeach the Double-Dipsh*t Maggot!
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#7 Aug 13, 2010
Greene will still get 25% - 30% of ballots in the fall ... the black vote.

“Bounce Barry in 12, Dems in 10”

Since: Mar 08

AZ, Sonoran Desert

#8 Aug 13, 2010
Well, that's really efficiency at work. Indict the Democrats BEFORE they get into office. :)

Since: Dec 07

Spring, TX

#9 Aug 13, 2010
It was President Bush's fault he did that!

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Canton, OH

#10 Aug 13, 2010
The Obsolescence of Barack Obama

The magic of 2008 can't be recreated, and good riddance to it.

AUGUST 11, 2010
By FOUAD AJAMI

Not long ago Barack Obama, for those who were spellbound by him, had the stylishness of JFK and the historic mission of FDR riding to the nation's rescue.

Now it is to Lyndon B. Johnson's unhappy presidency that Democratic strategist Robert Shrum compares the stewardship of Mr. Obama. Johnson, wrote Mr. Shrum in the Week magazine last month, never "sustained an emotional link with the American people" and chose to escalate a war that "forced his abdication as president."

A broken link with the public, and a war in Afghanistan he neither embraces and sells to his party nor abandons—this is a time of puzzlement for President Obama.

His fall from political grace has been as swift as his rise a handful of years ago. He had been hot political property in 2006 and, of course, in 2008. But now he will campaign for his party's 2010 candidates from afar, holding fund raisers but not hitting the campaign trail in most of the contested races.

Those mass rallies of Obama frenzy are surely of the past.

The vaunted Obama economic stimulus, at $862 billion, has failed. The "progressives" want to double down, and were they to have their way, would have pushed for a bigger stimulus still. But the American people are in open rebellion against an economic strategy of public debt, higher taxes and unending deficits. We're not all Keynesians, it turns out. The panic that propelled Mr. Obama to the presidency has waned. There is deep concern, to be sure.

But the Obama strategy has lost the consent of the governed.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405274...

Impeach the Maggot!

“Reconquer This.”

Since: Feb 08

Sterling Heights, MI

#11 Aug 13, 2010
Al "Satin" Greene for President!! Would still be 100 times better than Ododo.

Since: Aug 10

New Delhi, India

#12 Aug 13, 2010
Another gang-banger associate of Saddam Hussein Obama busted !!!!

These blacks figure they can use the race card to get out of felonies.

When are they going to indict the ring leader - Hussein himself ??

We know he is a hard-core racist and a radical muslim/islamic who wants to destroy the country and set himself up as the first homosexual dictator of the USA.

Don't belive Hussein is homosexual?

Check out this video of a prominent American BLACK man with a PhD. He provides names of Hussein's homosexual partners. He also details Hussein's ominous agendas.

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Some Guy

Charleston, SC

#13 Aug 13, 2010
I think it's funny that the democrates nominated this guy.

Nobody new who he was, I guess they just liked the name?

Or maybe, they like his music?

(Al Green the singer) For all you democrates.

The sad thing is people this stupid can vote!
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#14 Aug 13, 2010
Some Guy wrote:
I think it's funny that the democrates nominated this guy.
Nobody new who he was, I guess they just liked the name?
Or maybe, they like his music?
(Al Green the singer) For all you democrates.
The sad thing is people this stupid can vote!
30% of SC is black ... That makes 60% of democrats are black ... The exact number of black voters. Greene is the African-american spelling. The singer's name was also Greene ... but he dropped the e.
With neither of the candidates known, the blacks just voted for the black candidate... pure bigotry.
NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS

Stockton, CA

#16 Aug 13, 2010
Some Guy wrote:
I think it's funny that the democrates nominated this guy.
Nobody new who he was, I guess they just liked the name?
Or maybe, they like his music?
(Al Green the singer) For all you democrates.
The sad thing is people this stupid can vote!
They liked his color.
LOL

Bradenton, FL

#17 Aug 13, 2010
well, actually what this shows is that he will fit right in with the rest of the Senate.
Responsibility

San Bruno, CA

#18 Aug 14, 2010
Glasnos wrote:
<quoted text>
With neither of the candidates known, the blacks just voted for the black candidate... pure bigotry.
Luckily for our country, those women who were supposed to flock out and vote for Palin because she was a woman were smarter than the average third grader. LOLL
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#19 Aug 14, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>
Luckily for our country, those women who were supposed to flock out and vote for Palin because she was a woman were smarter than the average third grader. LOLL
This country will be lucky to have Sarah Palin as president. Americans are always talking about wanting someone who is grounded and not an elitist career politician ... Well ... here she is ... and the media and the career politicians demonize and defame her ... because they are scared to death of her. She will not "go along" with the usual politics, and is willing to call out corruption and backroom deals, even if it is in her own party. You want to see some real change in DC, and not that phony baloney crap and lies we got from Odumbo?
Sarah is the real deal ... not a polished politician who smiles and lies to your face ... just as the big three auto companies had to tear down Tucker, the career political establisment must destroy Sarah Palin ... and many of the sheeple are stupidly falling for it.

“Reconquer This.”

Since: Feb 08

Sterling Heights, MI

#20 Aug 14, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>
Luckily for our country, those women who were supposed to flock out and vote for Palin because she was a woman were smarter than the average third grader. LOLL
I'm overjoyed that the "women's movement" set itself back at least 50 years by proving that it's not about women achieving, but rather wacko leftist women achieving. Women did themselves amazing damage by attacking Palin so viciously. Nothing but overly catty slits.

Since: Dec 07

Trinidad, TX

#21 Aug 14, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
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Luckily for our country, those women who were supposed to flock out and vote for Palin because she was a woman were smarter than the average third grader. LOLL
You are writing on topix. Sarah has two top sellling books. She's obviously much more intelligent than you seem to be.

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