Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2010?

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Danger zone

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Bored wrote:
"White House’s Benghazi email dump shows critical two-day gap, CIA objection."
2 day gap???
Everyone sleeping on those 2 days???
Everyone looking for more places to point their fingers??
Rats looking for a safe haven???
A continuous attempt to cover up????
http://dailycaller.com/2013/05/16/white-house...
Even CNN reports, the Benghazi talking points have, "Hillary's fingerprints all over it" - news from the left.
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"Men who are physically strong are more likely to have right wing political views.

Weaker men more likely to support welfare state and wealth redistribution."

Strong repubs tell truths.
weak socialists tell lies.

Confirms my viewpoints so I must be strong and have right wing political views.

Confirms my viewpoints about the liberace socialists her so they must be weak kneed socialist telling lies and living off the haves seeing as they are have nots.

Strong conservatives foresee the weak kneed socialists invading the building (America) and like the termites they are, eating away at the fabric and causing rot among the very young.



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-232...
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Oh my wrote:
No surprizes here, it's so hard to nail things down when the nails keep popping out. Maybe Darrell Issaa needs more help finding a commercial flight that can go from DC to Benghazi in 7 hours.
First on CNN: Pickering, Mullen challenge Issa to let them testify in public
By CNN's Jake Tapper and Alison Harding
May 16th, 2013 07:01 AM ET
http://thelead.blogs.cnn.com/2013/05/16/first...
In a letter to Rep. Darrell Issa exclusively obtained by CNN, the co-chairmen behind an independent review of September's deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, expressed irritation over the House Oversight Committee chairman's portrayal of their work and requested he call a public hearing at which they can testify.
"The public deserves to hear your questions and our answers," wrote former Ambassador Thomas Pickering and former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen, co-chairmen of the Accountability Review Board that was convened to investigate the September 11th attack.
Link to letter...
http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2013/images/05/1...
...The dispute between Issa and the co-chairmen came to a head after neither Pickering nor Mullen attended a May 8 House Oversight Committee hearing on the attacks, sparking a heated back and forth about who was invited and when. The rhetoric intensified Sunday during a highly contentious joint appearance with Issa and Pickering on NBC's "Meet the Press" in which Issa maintained the two "refused to come before our committee." Pickering insisted that he was not invited despite expressing a willingness to testify.
...Issa also suggested on the program that Pickering and Mullen meet with the committee behind closed doors so as not to create "some sort of stage show." But the two assert in their letter that a public hearing is a "more appropriate forum" and accuse Issa of changing his "position on the terms of our appearance."
"Having taken liberal license to call into question the Board's work, it is surprising that you now maintain that members of the committee need a closed-door proceeding before being able to ask "informed questions" at a public hearing," they write in the letter.
Pickering and Mullen assert that since they are not witnesses, but rather officials asked to serve on a review board, they should be permitted to testify in public.

I surely do hope they testify, maybe this week or next week.

They are the committee being investigated by the IG who does a good job of duck and dodge also.


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Danger zone wrote:
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It's very obvious you haven't paid attention.
Your backwards opinion means very little to us who know otherwise.

Agreed, we know him as the laughing jackass.
OMTE

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Danger zone wrote:
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It's very obvious you haven't paid attention.
Your backwards opinion means very little to us who know otherwise.
It's very hard to pay attention to you. If most people wanted to hear what you had to say, then they'd just watch Fox. You have no thoughts or beliefs of your own to share. I'm pretty sure you believe that everything should be wrapped in a tortilla shell, but that's it.
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Danger zone wrote:
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Even CNN reports, the Benghazi talking points have, "Hillary's fingerprints all over it" - news from the left.

Yep, the leftist socialists media have realized Obama wants to shut them up also. The piling on has started, Obama is on the ropes by all sides and the weak kneed socialists here on topix are behind the times but still crying out the same looney tunes.

Without Obama they are blind bats banging around in the Belfry.


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Laughing at U wrote:
I've never been much on politics, but I finally am beginning to understand the difference between the two parties...
Democrats tend to have logic, irony and a sense of humor... Republicans are smug, use crude language and call names....
At least that's what it looks like reading this thread...
This is a joke, right - yeah, I thought so.

"Republicans are smug, use crude language and call names...." - hilarious, just hilarious
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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I found a picture of You, Dave, Aggie, and Bill.
http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/bl-li...
LOL.
Best post EVAR!
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And this is America's Attorney General????
This is the best that Obama could find for the AG job????

"I know NOTHING." sounds like Sgt Shultz to me.


"On and on Holder went:“I don’t know. I don’t know..&#8201;.&#8201;. I would not want to reveal what I know..&#8201;.&#8201;. I don’t know why that didn’t happen..&#8201;.&#8201 ;. I know nothing, so I’m not in a position really to answer.”


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norton wrote:
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election cycles
These must be non-political groups so whats that got to do with anything.
Your statement is incorrect.

From the IG report:
Characteristics of 501 (c)(4) organizations
"may engage in political campaign intervention" - Limited (must not constitute primary activity of organization)
May engage in general advocacy not related to legislation or the election of candidates -
Yes (unlimited amount if in furtherance of tax-exempt purposes)

general advocacy -
1. attempt to influence public opinion on issues related to their tax exempts purposes
2. influence non legislative governing bodies
3. encourage voter participation through "get out the vote drives, voter guides and candidate debates in a nonpartisan, neutral manner
4. basically, all advocacy types other than political campaign intervention and lobbying

Those general advocacy activities are the very items that probably DID get those organizations in question singled out for intense scrutiny. Many of these groups main intent was to educate the American people about how, in their opinion, the policies and legislative actions being promoted by the Obama administration were in direct contradiction to the intent of, and in some cases direct violation of, the Constitution. Why else do you think the terms "Constitution" and "Bill of Rights" were among those terms on the IRS "be on the look out for" list of terms for the specialists looking at the tax exempt applications?
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Aggie23 wrote:
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Your statement is incorrect.
From the IG report:
Characteristics of 501 (c)(4) organizations
"may engage in political campaign intervention" - Limited (must not constitute primary activity of organization)
May engage in general advocacy not related to legislation or the election of candidates -
Yes (unlimited amount if in furtherance of tax-exempt purposes)
general advocacy -
1. attempt to influence public opinion on issues related to their tax exempts purposes
2. influence non legislative governing bodies
3. encourage voter participation through "get out the vote drives, voter guides and candidate debates in a nonpartisan, neutral manner
4. basically, all advocacy types other than political campaign intervention and lobbying
Those general advocacy activities are the very items that probably DID get those organizations in question singled out for intense scrutiny. Many of these groups main intent was to educate the American people about how, in their opinion, the policies and legislative actions being promoted by the Obama administration were in direct contradiction to the intent of, and in some cases direct violation of, the Constitution. Why else do you think the terms "Constitution" and "Bill of Rights" were among those terms on the IRS "be on the look out for" list of terms for the specialists looking at the tax exempt applications?
What's up girl? I got a whole box tissue to dry your tears. You want me to come over?
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Bored wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
"Men who are physically strong are more likely to have right wing political views.
Weaker men more likely to support welfare state and wealth redistribution."
Strong repubs tell truths.
weak socialists tell lies.
Confirms my viewpoints so I must be strong and have right wing political views.
Confirms my viewpoints about the liberace socialists her so they must be weak kneed socialist telling lies and living off the haves seeing as they are have nots.
Strong conservatives foresee the weak kneed socialists invading the building (America) and like the termites they are, eating away at the fabric and causing rot among the very young.
I knew I'd heard all this before, a simple substitution will reveal the original context of these passages.

...the projection of the Liberal as an enemy of the American people is a quick and easy step. He is conveyed as an infiltrator, who, upon gaining entry into American society, has usurped the political and economic power of Germany and focused his attention upon the destruction of the German people. Because the Liberal is deemed such a threat to American society, the Nuremberg Laws are viewed as a justifiable means of self-defense.

...From physical differences, it is an easy jump to more important differences. The thoughts, feelings, and actions of the Liberal are presented as a contradiction and threat to American morality. In contrast to the honest American farmer or worker, the Liberal is depicted as someone who lives off the sweat of others by his swindling activities as a lawyer, a merchant, or a banker, whose god is money.
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...One cannot battle the Liberals with the politeness of the noble American soul, for which he as no understanding. We need only think back on the methods that the Liberal used against our movement during the period of struggle. No lie or slander was too crude to be used, to be seized and passed on by the Jews and their Liberal lackeys with eagerness, enthusiasm, and Satanic joy. We would have had little success replying then with refined arguments. It is just as impossible today to combat this creeping, subterranean danger with methods that the Jew would only laugh at.
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I am a “good American” and a “decent Liberal”!

Only a Liberal has the insolence to make such a claim. I answer it only to reach the public and finally dispatch the absurd notion of the “decent Liberal.” The fable of the “decent Liberal” is not a American fable that has been handed down by our people and therefore something with educational value, but rather it is a shameless lie designed to lull the host people to sleep and appeal to hysterical weaklings.
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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>What's up girl? I got a whole box tissue to dry your tears. You want me to come over?
You the fella that only works one day a week, pay must be good.


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ChicknButt wrote:
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Best post EVAR!
Sounds like you watch The Regular Show. Thanks.
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Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...Those general advocacy activities are the very items that probably DID get those organizations in question singled out for intense scrutiny. Many of these groups main intent was to educate the American people about how, in their opinion, the policies and legislative actions being promoted by the Obama administration were in direct contradiction to the intent of, and in some cases direct violation of, the Constitution. Why else do you think the terms "Constitution" and "Bill of Rights" were among those terms on the IRS "be on the look out for" list of terms for the specialists looking at the tax exempt applications?
So tell us, how many applications were approved, how many denied, how many total applications were flagged, of those how many were considered right wing, and how many weren't.
Danger zone

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"President Obama obviously likes giving speeches more than he does running the executive branch" - MSNB, Chris Matthews, just last night.

My goodness, first Tom Brokaw, then Jon Stewart, now Chris Matthews. Let's give thanks, the ever so Left MSM has finally chosen to call it as it really is. AMEN.
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Bored wrote:
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You the fella that only works one day a week, pay must be good.
Synergy told me not to put my personal info on here and if so I've already put to much. Don't want ya'll burning no crosses in my yard. Ya know?
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MSNBC - Mr. Chris Matthews. Wow!
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You the fella that only works one day a week, pay must be good.
Oh yeah. Who needs to work when you gotta wife??? LOL.
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and Mr. Matthews, you should add to "giving speeches", playing the links, vacationing in Florida & Hawaii, & hanging with his Hollywood billionaire buds.

Oh yeah, forgot to add what Matt Damon now thinks about Obama. Wow, talking about doing a 180º. The smartest of folks are waking up...

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