terrorism expert, saudi national to be deported

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Christingle Matthews

Grantsburg, WI

#1 Apr 18, 2013
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2013/04/17...

Would the Most Transparent Administration in World History make a deal with the King that Barry Soetoro "Bows down" to?

This stinks "folks"!

We the People need to know what the "Security Issues" are concerning this Mooslim, BEFORE he gets on that plane to Saudi Arabia!

How many of the Sociopaths from Saudi Mosques were among the 911 Jihadists?

Demand an answer!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#2 Apr 18, 2013
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”

“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”

“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”

Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”

Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
scooby slew

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Apr 18, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”
“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”
“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”
Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”
Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
I haven't seen made up journalism of this quality since the last time I read the onion, slewpy.
scooby slew

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Apr 18, 2013
Corrugated-Cardboard Lobby Once Again Rates All 535 Congressmen ‘Poor’ On Corrugated-Cardboard-Related Issues

News in Brief• News• business• ISSUE 49•16• Apr 18, 2013

WASHINGTON—Leaders in the corrugated-cardboard lobby published their annual report card for U.S. Congress members Tuesday, once more giving all 535 senators and representatives a rating of “poor” on issues pertaining to corrugated cardboard.“At a time when the United States should be taking a leadership role in global cardboard-related initiatives, our elected representatives make virtually no mention of corrugated materials when speaking to the American public,” read a statement from the National Association of Corrugated Cardboard Manufacturers (NACCM), noting that the word cardboard has been spoken only once during a congressional debate this year, and its usage was “clearly metaphorical.”“Our ratings reflect the fact that not a single one of our leaders in Washington has made corrugated-cardboard-related issues a priority, let alone taken action on comprehensive corrugated-cardboard legislation. It’s almost as if they prefer to pretend such issues don’t exist.” At press time, the NACCM had reportedly upgraded the rating of Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR), who, after years of staunchly refusing to bow to Big Cardboard, agreed to introduce a bill titled the Corrugated Box and Foldable Shipping Carton Act of 2013

http://www.theonion.com/articles/corrugatedca...
Christingle Matthews

Grantsburg, WI

#5 Apr 18, 2013
If Wu Chang Lei is Deported, or Jaun Hexica is Deported, or if Gustav Nelson is Deported is the reason for their Deportation considered a National Security issue?

If The President of Mexico comes to Amerika there is much Fanfare, and the same for any other Country's Leader.

Is it to much of a stretch to see the "Surprise visit" of the King of Saudi Arabia, whom Barry Soetoro bows down to in Public, somehow related to the Deportation of a Saudi who was "a person of interest" to the FBI in the Boston Investigation?

If the reason that Juan, or Wu, or Gustav's was deported is not a "Secret", then I sure expect that the reason for the deportation of the Saudi will be on the Public Record too!

It is one thing for Barry Soetoro to Protect Eric Holder from the Crimes and Murder of US Border Agents because of Fast and Furious, by the use of Executive Privilege, it is quite another thing to use Presidential Authority to protect a Saudi Guest in Amerika that is being deported on Legal Grounds.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#7 Apr 18, 2013
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”

“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”

“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”

Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”

Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
Christingle Matthews

Grantsburg, WI

#8 Apr 18, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”
“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”
“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”
Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”
Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
iddiot
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#9 Apr 18, 2013
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”

“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”

“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”

Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”

Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
Consistent

Grantsburg, WI

#11 Apr 18, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”
“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”
“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”
Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”
Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
Still an Iddiiot.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#13 Apr 18, 2013
We know, but it's your drinking, right ???
scooby slew

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Apr 23, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”
“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”
“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”
Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”
Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”
We all remember you only pretend to know stuff slew. This is just another example of your pretending to know stuff.
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope you pick stocks as well as you pretend to "KNOW" stuff ? Oh right, I do THAT !!! What do you do again ? Childish noises, right ?

Well, you at least admitted by your statement that you only pretend to know stuff. Shouldn't you be getting back to your whacking in the bushes?

There you go Slewby DooDoo, pretending to know stuff again.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#15 Apr 23, 2013
scooby slew wrote:
<quoted text>
We all remember you only pretend to know stuff slew. This is just another example of your pretending to know stuff.
<quoted text>
Well, you at least admitted by your statement that you only pretend to know stuff. Shouldn't you be getting back to your whacking in the bushes?
There you go Slewby DooDoo, pretending to know stuff again.
Slewpid is not very good at that either. Pretty much all of the stuff he/she/it pretends to know is plagiarized.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#16 Apr 23, 2013
(The Borowitz Report)—In the halls of the United States Senate, dozens of Senators congratulated themselves today for having what one of them called “the courage and grit to stand up to the overwhelming wishes of the American people.”

“We kept hearing, again and again, that ninety per cent of the American people wanted us to vote a certain way,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky).“Well, at the end of the day, we decided that we weren’t going to cave in to that kind of special-interest group.”

“It was a gut check, for sure, but we had to draw a line in the sand,” agreed Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S. Carolina).“If we had voted the way the American people wanted us to, it would have sent the message that we’re here in Washington to be nothing more than their elected representatives.”

Calling yesterday’s Senate action “a bipartisan effort,” Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) said,“This proves that on a matter that affects the safety of every man, woman, and child in the nation, we can reach across the aisle to defy the interests of all of them.”

Senator McConnell agreed that yesterday’s vote “sent a powerful message,” adding,“If the American people think that just because they voted us into office and pay our salaries, benefits, and pensions, we are somehow obliged to listen to them, they are sorely mistaken.”

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