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“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#67 Mar 5, 2013
AntiMelting wrote:
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He also likes funding Moooooslim countries instead of feeding old people.
How much did John Kerry give away the other day?$250 million?
AntiMelting

New Richmond, WI

#68 Mar 5, 2013
Smart Liberal wrote:
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How much did John Kerry give away the other day?$250 million?
And if the reforms are deemed "successful," up to $750 million more will be sent.
Ralph

Saint Paul, MN

#69 Mar 5, 2013
CUT where it hurts taxpayers most...

The end justifies whatever.
Bridgework

Lincoln, NE

#70 Mar 6, 2013
DSM Local wrote:
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This is done to cause the most hurt, Obama feels better then proceeds to blame the republicans. You Bolo's are shameful
There is already proof that the administration is play games. It is the same game the DFL mayors play by cutting essential services instead of millions of dollars in pet projects.
non-starter

Saint Paul, MN

#71 Mar 6, 2013
Bridgework wrote:
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There is already proof that the administration is play games. It is the same game the DFL mayors play by cutting essential services instead of millions of dollars in pet projects.
Egypt needs that $250 million to keep the radical group "The Muslim Brotherhood" from gaining control of the parliament and the presidency. OOPS!
CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#72 Mar 6, 2013
redeemer wrote:
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Says who? says you? LIAR!
Redeemer was confused by the topic. He always thought of meals on wheels as when his mama comes rolling in naked in her wheel chair.
LIbEralS

Omaha, NE

#73 Jun 20, 2013
Sen. Tom Coburn tells feds to quit propping up wineries, expensive vacation homes:

Even as itís cutting food programs for poor women and children, the Agriculture Department is still spending money on housing for wealthy residents on Marthaís Vineyard and paying companies to run marketing campaigns for alcohol, pickles and jelly, according to a top senator who wants to see those priorities changed.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/...
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Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#74 Jun 20, 2013
LIbEralS wrote:
Sen. Tom Coburn tells feds to quit propping up wineries, expensive vacation homes:
Even as itís cutting food programs for poor women and children, the Agriculture Department is still spending money on housing for wealthy residents on Marthaís Vineyard and paying companies to run marketing campaigns for alcohol, pickles and jelly, according to a top senator who wants to see those priorities changed.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/...
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Let us not forget the $100,000,000 trip to South Africa. Typical of the attitudes in Washington. Do as I say, not as I do.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#75 Jun 20, 2013
Coburnís implicit rationalization for far-right fanatics bearing arms at presidential events ó the government makes them do it!ó cannot stand. Heís not a radio or Fox News bloviator paid a fortune to be outrageous; heís a card-carrying member of the United States Senate.

Itís hard to fathom how to make sense of how the right wing thinks any more. We are only 8 months into a new Presidency that is trying to fix the mess of the previous administration, and now Republicans are speaking as if they arenít the ones who got us where we are today.

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#76 Jun 20, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
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Let us not forget the $100,000,000 trip to South Africa. Typical of the attitudes in Washington. Do as I say, not as I do.
Someone else siad it earlier, but it sure as hell appies to everything this Empty Suit of a President does:

It is good to be King.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#79 Jun 20, 2013
Smart Liberal wrote:
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Someone else siad it earlier, but it sure as hell appies to everything this Empty Suit of a President does:
It is good to be King.
Mel Brooks; History of the World Part 1.

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#80 Jun 20, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
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Mel Brooks; History of the World Part 1.
Thanks. It fits perfectly.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#81 Jun 20, 2013
"Itís hard to fathom how to make sense of how the right wing thinks any more. We are only 8 months into a new Presidency that is trying to fix the mess of the previous administration, and now Republicans are speaking as if they arenít the ones who got us where we are today."

Not sure where honey slew slew plagiarized this paragraph from,(Probably Daily Kos or HuffPost)
and I don't really care.

But it is a blatant lie.
Obama has supported, continued or expanded almost every policy put in place by his predecessor.(hence the G.W. Obama nickname). This includes, but is not limited to, corporate bailouts, banking industry bailouts, Guantanamo, Afghanistan, supplying weapons to known terrorists (Syrian rebels), extending and expanding the so called Patriot Act, systematic encroachment on Constitutional rights including the 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th amendments as evidenced by the expansion of the patriot act and the recent revelations regarding NSA snooping on American citizens phone, email, and internet use records. Let us not for get his efforts to grant amnesty to well over 25 million illegal aliens.

There has been little, if any, change from the previous administration and these facts are vehemently denied or ignored by the people who worship at Obama's feet. They instead choose voluntary ignorance rather than admit that their savior has let them down.

“The one and only Smart Liberal”

Since: Aug 12

Former MN Tax Payer

#82 Jun 20, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
"Itís hard to fathom how to make sense of how the right wing thinks any more. We are only 8 months into a new Presidency that is trying to fix the mess of the previous administration, and now Republicans are speaking as if they arenít the ones who got us where we are today."
Not sure where honey slew slew plagiarized this paragraph from,(Probably Daily Kos or HuffPost)
and I don't really care.
But it is a blatant lie.
Obama has supported, continued or expanded almost every policy put in place by his predecessor.(hence the G.W. Obama nickname). This includes, but is not limited to, corporate bailouts, banking industry bailouts, Guantanamo, Afghanistan, supplying weapons to known terrorists (Syrian rebels), extending and expanding the so called Patriot Act, systematic encroachment on Constitutional rights including the 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th amendments as evidenced by the expansion of the patriot act and the recent revelations regarding NSA snooping on American citizens phone, email, and internet use records. Let us not for get his efforts to grant amnesty to well over 25 million illegal aliens.
There has been little, if any, change from the previous administration and these facts are vehemently denied or ignored by the people who worship at Obama's feet. They instead choose voluntary ignorance rather than admit that their savior has let them down.
Exactly right cant. Six months into Obama's first term, I said the following: "Obama is Bush on steroids."

That holds as true today as it did then.

“We have 545 traitors.”

Since: May 11

Parts Unknown

#85 Jun 20, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
There has been little, if any, change from the previous administration and these facts are vehemently denied or ignored by the people who worship at Obama's feet. They instead choose voluntary ignorance rather than admit that their savior has let them down.
What???!!! You mean all that 'hope' and 'change' talk was just campaign speak???!!!
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#86 Jun 20, 2013
Republicans are speaking as if they arenít the ones who got us where we are today.

Sorry pal, you're so broke it Hertz.

Trolls/ball sack boi<quoted text> If you can find a flux capacitor, I will travel back in time with Michael J Fox, log in to Topix, and complain about Bush, Sure! You wont catch me defending Bush. He made PLENTY of mistakes.
I have never said Bush didn't make mistakes. I will even admit that they affected Obama's presidency...

IrishMN <quoted text>
When have you ever seen me beating the drum for Bush by saying he did not start diggin us into the hole we are in?
The best thing Bush did was leave office.
We could not afford 4 more years of GWB.....

Yet, ALL of you hypocrite humper bois CRY, whenever we mention ANY Bush culpability !??? WOW ! What a pair.... Mae West would be proud of you boobs ! LMAOROTF !
Smug Libeler

Seattle, WA

#88 Jun 21, 2013
He "sign it" ???

Try signed, dipstick.....
Smug Libeler

Seattle, WA

#89 Jun 21, 2013
I guess, signing a ticket means you agree with it & like it ???

Sweet stupidity...

Can't spell SIGNED, but "know stuff" ??

Nope, sleep deprived dope.
smartest liberal

Minneapolis, MN

#91 Jun 24, 2013
old people will be cut off of health care in 2014, Obama will tell who and what procedure it will pay for. Some will be too old to participate.
Smarter Liberal wrote:
While House Republicans are busy focusing on super important things like the size of the Democrats' email list, here's another little program that's about to be hit hard by the sequestration: Meals on Wheels, the program that delivers food to the homes of seniors in need.
The whole routine is now in doubt, thanks to budget cuts known as "sequestration" that are scheduled to kick in on Friday. The policy will deliver a 5.1 percent cut to a broad range of federal programs, including those under the Administration on Aging, which since 1972 has provided federal funds for senior nutrition programs.[...]
The Obama administration says 4 million meals will be lost. The Meals On Wheels Association of America, an umbrella group for some 5,000 local organizations nationwide distributing a million meals a day, estimates the cuts will have an even bigger effect: 19 million fewer meals.
Naturally, Republicans are as concerned about millions of starving seniors as you'd expect them to be, but that's only because they're sure the White Houseóand every other expert in the country with an abacusómust be exaggerating just how bad these sorts of cuts will be. Like Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn, who said, "We see all these claims about what a tragedy it's going to be."
Yes, all these "claims" are probably just a bunch of liberal propaganda. How bad could it really be if a few million, or 19 million, seniors lose their nutritional assistance?
"Given that most Meals On Wheels recipients only get one meal a day, five days a week, that loss of nutrition and personal interaction would be catastrophic," Ellie Hollander, president of the Meals On Wheels Association of America, said in a statement. "We know that seniors who receive nutritious meals are healthier and more independent than those who donít."
Hollander noted a recent Brown University study that found investments in food can keep seniors healthier and out of nursing homes, and thereby save the government money.
Even before the cuts have begun, Hollander said they're already having an effect. "In anticipation of the looming sequestration, wait lists are growing, seniors are being turned away, and some programs face the risk of shutting down entirely," she said.
Oh well. Just because these cuts will have catastrophic consequences for a program that currently saves the government moneyóand, oh yeah, keeps our grandparents fedóis no reason for Republicans to, you know, do something about it.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#92 Jun 25, 2013
smartest liberal wrote:
old people will be cut off of health care in 2014, Obama will tell who and what procedure it will pay for. Some will be too old to participate.
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If you can predict the future, you'd have posted your stock pick, game playing old dick..... LMAOROTFU~! Poor "moniker".

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