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#811709 Nov 26, 2012
Obama couldn't budget a lemonade stand.
they are going after private pensions ,ira's and 401k ,you think their going to leave billions in 401k's when this monster is hungry.
half the people dont even pay taxes,we have the most communist tax rate in the world.
again the US has the highest communist taxrate in the world.
our ecomomy wiil collaps in on itself
the nation is de-industrialized
then we lose our birth right.
#811710 Nov 26, 2012
fck off you teatard flat-foot and arrest that yawkie b!tch who broke my nose and my ballz. and fckd up my head when the bagger
b!tch broke my heart.
#811712 Nov 26, 2012
O fer crissake lily. Give it up. There was no confession in that post. Stop with the over reacting dramatics and antics.
Accusing someone of murder is no small thing.
You dwell on things you misrepresent and run with it.
You see racists, demons and serial white face at every door knob.
There is enough within the reality without making something out of nothing for the sole purpose of harassing this poster.
I thought you were more intelligent than this.
#811713 Nov 26, 2012
Why bother to keep explaining it.
The story you posted was self explanatory.
If others want to believe their own twisted interpretation ...
Let them stay racked up in their twisted minds of imagination.
I'm still trying to FIND the confession in the words you posted.
Still not there.
But to keep labeling you a murderer is for the sole purpose to demean your character and diminish your credibility.
In the hopes you'll stop posting, of course.
And she does have a tendency to over react and miscomprehend knowingly and willingly, with ill intent.
But can't fault you for speaking out.
Accusing someone of being a murderer 'ain't' no small thing.
#811714 Nov 26, 2012
the republicans,and democrats cant even talk about how government is sucking up the economy
they cannot communicate on reality.
#811716 Nov 26, 2012
I always thought presidents worked tirelessly to bring both sides together.
And only children walk out in a huff when they don't get their way.
Could be wrong.
#811717 Nov 26, 2012
Me too! On the LMAO! It is rather funny!! ;)
Take care of the Dim during the lock up, Toby.
He has "special" needs.
Sure there will be Legion available to fulFILL them. ;)
#811718 Nov 26, 2012
So I guess you should just put yourself out of your misery
“My Life Is A Shell Game”
Since: May 07
#811719 Nov 26, 2012
From your link, she says:
"Do not hide behind such superficialities as whether you should or should not give a dime to a beggar. This is not the issue. The issue is whether you do or do not have the right to exist without giving him that dime. The issue is whether you must keep buying your life, dime by dime, from any beggar who might choose to approach you. The issue is whether the need of others is the first mortgage on your life and the moral purpose of your existence. The issue is whether man is to be regarded as a sacrificial animal. Any man of self-esteem will answer: No. Altruism says: Yes."
This goes to the evil core of Liberalism and Socialism; you possess only those rights we bestow upon you but, more importantly, your obligations remain the top priority in any society. These are called "obligations" but, in reality, they are burdens placed upon you, the beast of burden. Shuddup and carry your load, comrade."
"From each according to his ability, to each according to his work." -- Josef Stalin
The state determines who you are and what you deserve. Individual liberty is a fairy tale. You belong to the Hive, comrade.
Ayn Rand spent her life fighting the stupidity of this idea.
"You didn't build that" --- Comrade Obama
The Boy Messiah is today's Marx/Lenin/Stalin with a supportive Fifth Column in the media.
Individual rights are an anathema to the Boy Wonder. Are *YOU* a sacrificial animal for the whims of The Boy Messiah? Or do you want to keep claim to your birthright of individual freedom, thought and expression? Don't ask Oprah, Barbara Walters, Eva Longoria or Tom Hanks. Think for yourself. What do *YOU* believe and want?
Ayn Rand is your friend.
#811720 Nov 26, 2012
Jon Benet would have been 22 years old in August of this year. A guy named John Mark Karr admitted to this crime but his DNA didn't match blood at the crime scene. He has since changed his name to Delia Alexis Reich and refers to himself as a woman.
#811721 Nov 26, 2012
Is that the guy they brought back from Bangkok? I think it was the brother
#811722 Nov 26, 2012
National security journalist Tom Ricks appeared on Fox News to blast the network's incessant coverage of the attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. After saying that "Benghazi was hyped, by this network especially," Ricks went on to say that "the emphasis on Benghazi has been extremely political, partly because Fox was operating as a wing of the Republican Party."
“My Life Is A Shell Game”
Since: May 07
#811723 Nov 26, 2012
Books stimulate the mind. TV dulls it.
Books came far before TV. As a book reader, you are an individual on a personalized journey but watching TV places you into Group-Think with canned applause piped in to enhance your willingness to accept any stupidity on stage. Have you ever watched Dr. Oz and heard the screaming women audience? There's a sign facing them that announces the moment they should begin. They follow orders to influence your thinking. Billions of dollars have been spent studying human behavior and human thought processes and this knowledge is used to keep your face in front of the TV screen. We've all experienced the pull of that screen where, after deciding to watch a 5 minute segment, you find yourself 4 hours later still stuck to that screen.
Remember Clockwork Orange? The guy had his eyelids physically locked open as he was exposed to videos?
I'll take a book any day over the Talk Show hysteria and sociopolitical hogwash of today's Liberal media tycoons because I still believe in Ayn Rand and the critical value of individual thinking and liberty of thought.
#811724 Nov 26, 2012
It won't happen until 2016.
#811725 Nov 26, 2012
Because he's guilty, must have done it around this time of year. Why would he tell that story? Why would he ask if brown eyes ever killed a man?
What does any of that have to do with anything?
He's admitting that he got away with murder.
And, you're not the boss of me, I can post whatever I want , you don't have to read it.
#811726 Nov 26, 2012
How to end a Fox News interview abruptly: Call Fox 'a wing of the Republican Party'
Now here's one of the few good reasons to go on Fox News. Thomas Ricks, a member of the Center for a New American Security, author of several books on the military, and a Pulitzer Prize winner, went on Fox to talk about Benghazi. But his interview didn't last long. Asked why Sen. John McCain seems to be backing off his threats to block U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice from being made secretary of state, Ricks said, "I think that Benghazi generally was hyped by this network especially and that now that the campaign is over, he's backing off a little bit. They're not going to stop Susan Rice from being secretary of state."
Fox: When you have four people dead including the first US ambassador in more than 30 years, how do you call that hype?
Ricks: How many security contractors died in Iraq, do you know?
Fox: I don't.
Ricks: No, nobody does, because nobody cared. We know that several hundred died, but there was never an official count done, of security contractors dead in Iraq. So when I see this focus on what was essentially a small fire fight, I think number one, I've covered a lot of fire fights, it's impossible to figure out what happens in them sometimes. And second, I think that the emphasis on Benghazi has been extremely political partly because Fox was operating as a wing of the Republican party.
Fox: All right. Tom Ricks, thanks very much for joining us today.
Ricks: You're welcome.
It's fantastic anytime someone goes on Fox News to say that Fox News is operating as a wing of the Republican Party. It's exponentially more fantastic when the person going on Fox News to say that Fox News is operating as a wing of the Republican Party is not some token liberal, but rather someone introduced by Fox as a distinguished expert on foreign policy and the military.
The question, though, is if Ricks will be punished by never ever being allowed to go on Fox again, or if they'll try to ambush him on the air in the future.(I'm guessing he'll have thought of that possibility, and be ready.)
#811727 Nov 26, 2012
My personal philosophy has long time been--moderation is key, in MANY many areas!!
Guess that makes me a moderate...not too far on one side or the other of the many proverbial fence rails. Sure beats being a liberal (in my opinion.)
“My Life Is A Shell Game”
Since: May 07
#811728 Nov 26, 2012
Recall the Obamacare meeting at the White House between Republican leaders and the Boy Messiah?
John McCain: "Mr. President, We....."
Obama: "John, John, John...the election is over and I won"
The Jerk-In-Chief has about as much class as a Vegas Lounge Lizard.
He still thinks that it's his Ball & Bat and if we don't play by his rules, he's going to take it all back home to momma.
IMHO, the Jerk-In-Chief wants to take us over the fiscal cliff in an effort to demonstrate conclusively that it's not his fault but those uncompromising Republicans. He wants to spend us into oblivion. "After the election, I can be a lot more flexible"
He were go...!!!
#811729 Nov 26, 2012
Yes same guy but what about the 118 thousand dollar ransom note. The brother's handwriting would have been obvious don't you think. Jack The Ripper and this case will always puzzle me. At first I thought the brother also until I read some of the ransom note. Handwriting analysis would have eliminated family members as would lie detector tests. I hope this case is solved someday.
#811730 Nov 26, 2012
Fox News Abruptly Ends Interview After Guest Calls Out The Network For Hyping Benghazi Scandal
During the interview, which lasted only a minute and 45 seconds, Ricks responded to a loaded question with a remark that surprised the anchor:
JON SCOTT (HOST): Senator John McCain said in the past he would block any attempt to nominate Susan Rice to become U.N. Im sorry, Secretary of State. Shes currently the U.N. ambassador. He seems to be backing away from that. What do you make of it?
RICKS: I think that Benghazi generally was hyped, by this network especially, and that now that the campaign is over, I think hes backing off a little bit. Theyre not going to stop Susan Rice from being secretary of state.
Ricks assessment of Foxs role in what they themselves dubbed Benghazi-gate is accurate. Since the Sept. 11 attack that killed four U.S. citizens, Fox has pushed a constant stream of conspiracy theories and easily countered facts claiming that the Obama administration lied to the public in their response. Even Foxs own personalities have had trouble accepting the push at times, but Ricks blunt statements caught the network off-guard.
The interview apparently didnt sit well with Fox: a news staffer told Ricks that he was rude while he was on air. Ricks segment, according to an interview he gave with the New York Times, was about half as long as planned.
I had told the producer before I went on that I thought the Benghazi story had been hyped. So it should have been no surprise when I said it and the anchor pushed back that I defended my view, Ricks told Politico. Ricks also told the New York Times that he was going to discuss the lack of combat readiness of some Army units but he never got the opportunity,.They seemed to lose interest in that, he said.
They can sure dish it out, but.......!
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