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#53031 May 8, 2014
In a bipartisan vote, House votes to hold Lerner in contempt.
Now, it goes to a federal prosecutor who works for...... Holder? Now that's funny!
Ben

Greer, SC

#53032 May 8, 2014
State of Florida wrote:
I have to say that I admire you for your scam, Waco. Pretty ingenious. You have your own personal identity that you sign into, and then create all of these " fake Waco" persona postings yourself to keep your "victim mentality" in the forefront. I really suspect that you are even your supporting buddie, Ben.. I would bet you anything that that I am right. Very clever, but I have caught you, you sad, sick person. This is probably the only enjoyment that you have in life, but you have kept the scam going. I admire that. Keeping everybody fooled. But, the bottom line is that you need some serious help. Of course, you will deny it and try to put the personas on me as you have in the past, but realize, I know your scam. It is just too obvious.
If you can't tell by now, "Ben" is really Ben, your an idiot. I don't play the little "fake" poster games you people on here do. I find that kind of crap "high school". My kids see that crap on line all the time. You people worry quite a bit about that garbage. How old are you guys anyway? "Obama's day: Fundraising in California" "President Obama has held 45 political fundraisers since beginning his second term -- nearly double the number that President George W. Bush held at this point in his presidency. WASHINGTON — President Obama, racing to aid his party up and down the ballot ahead of midterm elections, has held 45 political fundraisers since beginning his second term — nearly double the number that his predecessor George W. Bush headlined during the same time period in his presidency, an analysis provided to USA TODAY shows. In the last three weeks alone, Obama has attended seven fundraisers, four of which benefited the Democratic National Committee, which ended January mired in nearly $16 million of debt." Gee, I wonder if the deadbeats will pay Charlotte, after they skipped out on the check after the DNC convention. I wonder what all that fundraising cost the tax payer? Now, he's in the "land of fruits and fairies" as a buddy of mine calls it, for 24 hours. Another huge bill to the tax payer. Many more are on the way. Three fundraisers are scheduled this week in Washington and Miami. In all, the White House has committed to 30 events through June to help the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Governors Association and the two party committees focused on House and Senate races. At stake: Obama's second-term agenda. Republicans, who currently control the U.S. House, need a net gain of just six seats to take control on the Senate. A Republican Congress would have the power to thwart Obama's priorities on everything from boosting the federal minimum wage to environmental regulation. Republicans also have pledged to attempt to roll back key first-term initiatives, such as the controversial health care law. "We don't have time to waste," Obama told donors Tuesday at a $32,400-a-head fundraising dinner in New York for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. "I want to squeeze every last bit of work that I can during the remainder of my term." http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2...
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53033 May 8, 2014
State, now is the time for you to post your fake Waco hate posts.
Did you think you were not obvious?
First accuse me of obscene hate posts...... Then post them yourself!
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53034 May 8, 2014
Hillary Clinton successfully kept Boko Haram off the"terrorist" list, despite advice from several intelligence agencies.
This will have political consequences.
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53035 May 8, 2014
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>If you can't tell by now, "Ben" is really Ben, your an idiot. I don't play the little "fake" poster games you people on here do. I find that kind of crap "high school". My kids see that crap on line all the time. You people worry quite a bit about that garbage. How old are you guys anyway? "Obama's day: Fundraising in California" "President Obama has held 45 political fundraisers since beginning his second term -- nearly double the number that President George W. Bush held at this point in his presidency. WASHINGTON — President Obama, racing to aid his party up and down the ballot ahead of midterm elections, has held 45 political fundraisers since beginning his second term — nearly double the number that his predecessor George W. Bush headlined during the same time period in his presidency, an analysis provided to USA TODAY shows. In the last three weeks alone, Obama has attended seven fundraisers, four of which benefited the Democratic National Committee, which ended January mired in nearly $16 million of debt." Gee, I wonder if the deadbeats will pay Charlotte, after they skipped out on the check after the DNC convention. I wonder what all that fundraising cost the tax payer? Now, he's in the "land of fruits and fairies" as a buddy of mine calls it, for 24 hours. Another huge bill to the tax payer. Many more are on the way. Three fundraisers are scheduled this week in Washington and Miami. In all, the White House has committed to 30 events through June to help the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Governors Association and the two party committees focused on House and Senate races. At stake: Obama's second-term agenda. Republicans, who currently control the U.S. House, need a net gain of just six seats to take control on the Senate. A Republican Congress would have the power to thwart Obama's priorities on everything from boosting the federal minimum wage to environmental regulation. Republicans also have pledged to attempt to roll back key first-term initiatives, such as the controversial health care law. "We don't have time to waste," Obama told donors Tuesday at a $32,400-a-head fundraising dinner in New York for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. "I want to squeeze every last bit of work that I can during the remainder of my term." http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2...
. What can you expect from this president?
His fans don't care what he does, as long as he stays the course on socializing America.
Even if Obama robbed a bank, they'd laugh it off.
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53036 May 8, 2014
Fifty four percent of all those employed in France work for the government there.
Interesting.

Since: May 12

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#53037 May 8, 2014
Waco 1909 wrote:
State, now is the time for you to post your fake Waco hate posts.
Did you think you were not obvious?
First accuse me of obscene hate posts...... Then post them yourself!
. This is my post. Accidentally signed out on the computer.

Since: May 12

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#53038 May 8, 2014
Didn't the Democrat National Convention leave Charlotte without paying their 16 million dollar power bill? Why is TSF not all over this?

Since: May 12

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#53039 May 8, 2014
Boko Haram kills 300 on Cameroon border.
Thank goodness they aren't terrorists!
Thanks Hillary!
Taxpayer

Rocky Mount, NC

#53040 May 8, 2014
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text>. LMAO!
LMAO! LMAO!
Taxpayer

Rocky Mount, NC

#53041 May 8, 2014
TSF wrote:
Gays an have any kind of relationships that they want. Its a free country. But I am not willing to accept or to call that marriage.
<quoted text>
Freeloaders looking to use the government to steal for them.
Taxpayer

Rocky Mount, NC

#53042 May 8, 2014
Red Square wrote:
<quoted text>
I doubt they'd starve, they'd just make less of a profit.
It's true they aren't very patriotic and neither am I. Let
the buyer beware.
You just want the government to steal it from them and give it to you so you can sit on you Freeloading as!
TSF

Angier, NC

#53043 May 8, 2014
I am not sure what happened there. It is my understanding that Duke Energies picked up the tab. Certainly I would never suspect that Duke Energies people wanted anything in return from a new administration and that Duke officials had correctly foreseen that Obama would win over Twitt Romney
. Duke Energies new NC governor McCrory is their republican hedge and he has protected them well by getting their coal ash all over his hands and face by establishing a polluter protection agency out of what was formally NC DENR..
Governmet for sale to the highest bidder. There are no party lines there.
waco1909 wrote:
Didn't the Democrat National Convention leave Charlotte without paying their 16 million dollar power bill? Why is TSF not all over this?
TSF

Angier, NC

#53044 May 8, 2014
Monica is going to tell all. Bill took advantage of her even though it was consensual. Her college professors took advantage of her although it was consensual. The news media took advantage of her by printing what she said about her under the table dealings with Clinton.
Why has the republican house not appropriated another 72 million dollars of US taxpayer money to fund another investigation ? The only obvious way to prevent incidents like this from happening again, is to give more tax breaks to the rich.
Ben

Greer, SC

#53045 May 8, 2014
"The Democratic National Committee has no plans to repay Duke Energy for an unprecedented $10 million line of credit it guaranteed to help the Democratic convention's local host committee put on President Obama’s three-day nominating convention in Charlotte, N.C., last September. A Duke company official said the company was claiming the money as a business expense for tax purposes, meaning shareholders will foot $6 million of the cost, according to a report in the Charlotte Observer. The large loan and the secrecy surrounding it have government watchdog groups deeply concerned. They say the arrangement raises serious conflict-of-interest issues for Mr. Obama and challenges his claim to be committed to disclosure and transparency. Since guaranteeing the loan, Duke Energy previously had refused to disclose the payment terms or when it would come due. At the end of January a Duke Energy spokesman referred all questions about the loan to Dan Murrey, a surgeon in Charlotte who was chairman of the convention host committee. Mr. Murrey told The Washington Times only that the line of credit was with two banks — Bank of America and Mechanics & Farmers Bank, which is headquartered in Charlotte. Duke Energy had guaranteed the line of credit.“We are still finishing up some collections and disbursements related to the convention, and the account is still open,” Mr. Murrey wrote in an emailed response. He did not respond to questions about the terms of the loan, how much had been paid off, or whether the host committee must make monthly payments with a deadline for full repayment. A follow-up email restating the questions went unanswered. The Charlotte host committee is a separate organization that is affiliated with the DNC. The White House originally had banned any corporate donations to the convention, but with Democratic donors focused on giving to the most expensive presidential campaign in history, the Charlotte host committee organizing the convention struggled to raise money and reversed course. Duke Energy is based in Charlotte and its CEO, Jim Rogers, has said supporting the convention helped promote the city before an international audience, and in turn, was good for Duke. He said he would have done the same for a Republican convention.“At the end of the day, we’ll do our best to get our money back,” he told the Charlotte Observer in a January interview.“But if we don’t, it’s just a contribution we’re making I think for the greater good of our community.” The company didn’t limit its convention financial support to the loan guarantee. It also donated $4.1 million to a separate fund formed to accept corporate money for parties outside the convention hall and $1.5 million in in-kind contributions to the host committee for office space, furniture and other expenses. Mr. Rogers personally gave $339,000 in cash and in-kind services, including the hiring of a fundraising assistant, the Observer reported. Republicans regularly accept corporate contributions for their conventions, but the Democrats made it harder on themselves by first barring corporate cash or individual donations of more than $100,000. The host committee struggled for more than a year to raise money, ultimately amassing $24.1 million, short of an already revised goal of $31.1 million. The original target was $36.6 million. The only Federal Election Commission report available from the host committee dates back to October and shows $8.7 million in outstanding debts from loans. Watchdog groups, which once lauded Mr. Obama’s pledge to run “the most transparent government in history,” say the loan shows that the president put political expediency above his transparency pledges.“This is just a blank check for the party, and it undermines the whole [Obama] message of cracking down on special interests’ influence in Washington,” said Tyson Slocum, an energy specialist for Public Citizen.
Ben

Greer, SC

#53046 May 8, 2014
“It’s clear the administration is hypocritical.”

Mr. Slocum, and other left-leaning watchdogs, are particularly concerned about Democrats accepting large donations from Duke, the third-largest coal-burning utility in the country, and any favoritism and unfair influence with Obama administration officials that could result.

Although the Obama administration, through the Environmental Protection Agency, has cracked down on emissions from coal-fired plants, Duke is among at least a dozen firms the administration has exempted so it can pursue energy projects paid for by stimulus dollars, according to a report by the Center for Public Integrity.

Duke received $200 million in federal stimulus money for “smart-grid” improvements in 2009, and at least two of the company’s power plants — one in North Carolina and another in Indiana — got hundreds of millions of dollars in “advanced coal” tax credits from the Department of Energy, as well as federal and local incentives.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/...
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TSF Doctor

Huntsville, AL

#53047 May 8, 2014
TSF wrote:
Monica is going to tell all. Bill took advantage of her even though it was consensual. Her college professors took advantage of her although it was consensual. The news media took advantage of her by printing what she said about her under the table dealings with Clinton.
Why has the republican house not appropriated another 72 million dollars of US taxpayer money to fund another investigation ? The only obvious way to prevent incidents like this from happening again, is to give more tax breaks to the rich.
Hey OLD MAN how bout 600 million for Solyndra and 1 BILLION for a FAILED healthcare rollout that will crush brainwashed minions like yourself in November. Who got rich from that? You keep blabbering same old sh*t MR DEMENTIA.- oh and have a wonderful day. Go get one of your schizophrenic, Alzheimer's laden monikers and keep blabbering. Typical Dummycrat=morals of an alley cat.
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53048 May 8, 2014
Gallup poll reports a thirty three percent drop in support for the Tea Party among Republicans.
Interesting.
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53049 May 8, 2014
TSF I don't feel sorry for that woman.
She was grown at the time this happened.
I'm not excusing Bill, I would have expected a Rhodes scholar to have better judgment.
Waco 1909

Greer, SC

#53050 May 8, 2014
TSF Doctor wrote:
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Hey OLD MAN how bout 600 million for Solyndra and 1 BILLION for a FAILED healthcare rollout that will crush brainwashed minions like yourself in November. Who got rich from that? You keep blabbering same old sh*t MR DEMENTIA.- oh and have a wonderful day. Go get one of your schizophrenic, Alzheimer's laden monikers and keep blabbering. Typical Dummycrat=morals of an alley cat.
. You're pathetic.
You never stop, even after three years.
You know where you fkd up?
Using the same words.
"Schizophrenic, moniker, dementia".

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