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#11124
May 14, 2013
 
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You are no better than him you ignorant right wing militant. I know Bill ironic and hypocritical. I never said I was smart or a good christian.
OMTE, what's the problem? That is EXACTLY what you libs say. The only thing I questioned was the line about Ron Paul.
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Bored wrote:
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You are correct in that no one knows for sure at this point in time.
Influencing a branch of government is one of the primary responsibilities of a President in order to perform his duties.
The type of influence matters. If you cant see that and understand the damage it can do to our nation if the influence is geared toward
harassing opponents or gaining special treatment for friends and family, then you are a lost cause, and if every liberal think the way you do this country is in serious peril.
I dont give a rats a** if the president is democrap or repub, breaking the law is against the law. Many get away with it, usually on a local level because folks like you think it's ok to give special treatment. Give the building project to a family member or a close friend, pay extra for the job. a little kick back here, a little kick back there. I know it happens, but when caught they should face the Judge.
I'm saying it's common place. I know this is hard for you to understand, but there are parts of the Obama administration that work independently on behalf Obama. Obama has the duty to fire them if they make a mistake on his behalf. He usually doesn't have to. They have the grace to resign. You want us to quit bringing up Romney, but ya'll are still wondering and making excuses why you lost. Let's move on. There was no conspiracy. You lost.
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#11126
May 14, 2013
 
Bill in Dville wrote:
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'nuff said, one would think...
Agreed.
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#11127
May 14, 2013
 
@ Aggie.

I read where you and the Butt were going to do a case study, you on the Koch brother, Butt on Soros.

To keep Butt honest, here is a good link about Soros.

http://www.conservapedia.com/George_Soros
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#11128
May 14, 2013
 
Synergy wrote:
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But, but, but THEN you wouldn't be distracted from what is going on right now!!!!
What's going on right now?

Benghazi - Going nowhere.

IRS - possibly wrong - but not going anywhere.

AP - Probably get shut down due to national security issues. So far it's a non-event.

Republican witch hunters riding circling sharks? Every one of you hyperventilating blood-sniffers is going home hungry.

There's nothing to any of this, a few lower-level folks might get themselves in trouble for being dumb - but that's it.

Obama is still president, Hillary or Biden will still run in 2016 and win in a landslide, 2014 will bring additional Democratic seats, voters will increasingly get tired of Republicans selling their souls to the corporations while doing NOTHING for American citizens.

The deficit is going down at a faster rate than expected, alternative fuels will arrive, unemployment will steadily improve, the markets are fine, we're not getting in any new wars, housing is slowly improving, and Obama Care is here to stay.

Damn it's a good day in America.

Everything is as it should be. Sorry to disappoint.

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#11129
May 14, 2013
 
ChicknButt wrote:
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Videos of school board members depicting their experiences? I'd hazard a guess that they aren't faked.
Then the videos of Barney Frank stating there was no problem with Fanny Mae and Freddie Mac is authentic? Great! I thought so. Now we know where the blame for the housing debacle stands.

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#11130
May 14, 2013
 
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Didn't you just absolve the Koch Brothers from the actions of thier father Fred Koch who was pro segregationist and founder of the John Birch society? You said something about separating the father from the sons? All this in the context of segregationist behavior by the sons?
But now you can't do the same thing because you think it casts aspersions on Obama?
Don't you find that a wee bit hypocritical?
No, I really don't. My point with the Koch bros was that while their father might have been a staunch segregationist, it doesn't mean they did not see the error of his ways and think differently. Looking at a list of grants they give to minority organizations could at least give some evidence to that. But I do not KNOW that for a fact, but neither do you KNOW they hold their father's opinions. I have some older members of my own family whose opinions on race are embarrassing to say the least, but they certainly do not color my opinions - no pun intended.

And if you look at my post, I cast no aspersions whatsoever. I am simply showing relationships that at minimum suggest there could easily be conflicts of interest. When the Presidents of TWO major news organizations have family members in high levels of ANY White House, I would say there is a problem.

A private citizen is looked upon as naturally working from the foundation of their own point of view. But we all depend on news organizations to give us the facts, and while we recognize they are composed of people who all come to situations with their personal biases, we expect them to at least try to maintain some level of objectivity. But when CNN's Deputy Bureau Chief for DC is going home at night with a Deputy Secretary of State, it is hard to believe that any objectivity can reasonably be maintained.
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Informed Opinion wrote:
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You owe me.
I actually read your nauseating silliness and threw up a little bit in my mouth.
We expect silliness from you, but such absolute fecal matter is totally unacceptable.
You're still actually complaining that we can't save the victims of Right Wing Wacko lunacy an greed faster than you Right Wingers can get them killed.
When the Boston Strangler made the same complaint folks said he was absolute psycho. Now we know he was just a Right Wing Wacko - ahead of his time.
When you go to counseling this week - tell the shrink you have issues accepting personal responsibility, or just tell him you're a Right Wing Wacko - she'll understand and try to help.
Oh wait ... You've already mad at her because she hasn't been able to force you to accept personal responsibility either.
Kind of a Catch 22 it seems.
Well, good luck with that.
You consistently set new lows for rude, crude and obnoxious lying in your pathetic posts. I'm not sure whether you're really that low and stupid or whether you are so bored with your life that this is the only way you can get some attention. Tell me what color is the sky in your bizarre little make believe world?
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Synergy wrote:
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The libs make it up as they go. They, like the administration, are trying to distract us from what is currently happening. Hilarious. I can understand WHY they are upset and embarrassed. They should be.
IO is the poster child of L wing madness. He's mumbling about vomiting & feces, the Boston Strangler (R), something about shrinks, burned home owners blaming the fire dept????? And throw in his admiration of Charlie Sheen.... fragmented thougts & impossible to understand. Wow!!!!! Start over.
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#11133
May 14, 2013
 
@ Aggie,
Here's a good link about Soros.

http://www.conservapedia.com/George_Soros

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#11134
May 14, 2013
 
ChicknButt wrote:
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You might have some credence with that argument, if it weren't for a few things. Let's begin with the Koch Bros father:
In 1958, Fred Koch — the founder of Koch Industries — joined a group of manufacturing executives and Robert Welch to found the John Birch Society, a virulent far-right group that dominated the civil rights debate. The John Birch Society organized an impeachment campaign against then-Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren for the Brown v. Board decision outlawing racial segregation, and mobilized its supporters to oppose integration of schools on the grounds that mixing black and white would lead to the “mongrelization” of the races. Fred supported the John Birch Society’s anti-civil rights campaign, and wrote a screed denouncing the civil rights movement as communist-inspired.
That's pretty much all the convincing I need as to why a pair of brothers a 1000 miles away would invest millions in what ultimately is a segregation effort at a county school board level.
The other would be the actual witness testimony from those involved. There's a good amount of it on the web.
You just hate the Koch brothers beyond reason, so you don't want to hear anything else.(Does this sound familiar?)
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#11135
May 14, 2013
 
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I'm saying it's common place. I know this is hard for you to understand, but there are parts of the Obama administration that work independently on behalf Obama. Obama has the duty to fire them if they make a mistake on his behalf. He usually doesn't have to. They have the grace to resign. You want us to quit bringing up Romney, but ya'll are still wondering and making excuses why you lost. Let's move on. There was no conspiracy. You lost.
LOL! You could keep trying to have a conversation with Bored. Or you could do this:

http://www.metamorphosis.co.nz/images/resize....

Either way, same result.

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#11136
May 14, 2013
 
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I don't see how ya'll have the patience for this nonsense. These fundamentalists are completely bat shit crazy. It's the fringe of the fringe here in Ga. One can only assume that some knuckle draggers down in South Alabama could be further tripped out in their over zealous dogma. It's beyond laughable. I tell folks I know around the country about it and it's like I'm talking about some science fiction horror story. They refuse to believe that there still exists, in 2013, that kind of backward mentality. goodgodamighty
Personally, I am enjoying having a civil back and forth with CB. On the other hand, I would just as soon see you crawl back under your rock.

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#11137
May 14, 2013
 
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Uh oh
It turns out Benghazi was actually a CIA operation that used the State Department as cover.
Now "Bored" and "Aggie" and the Right Wing Wacko Gang that couldn't shoot straight got egg streaming down their faces - again.
Not only are they hypocrites who never have a damn when people were killed in embassies and consulates during RWW years, it turns out Benghazi was a CIA operation the State Department was trying to keep covert.
Turns out the CIA was responsible for security and they trusted locals to protect them.
OK you Right Wing Wacko knuckleheads - which one of you has the character to admit you were not just hypocrites, but that you were astoundingly incredibly wrong to accuse Clinton of wrongdoing, when the whole thing was a CIA operation gone wrong.
The various accounts of the Sept. 11 Benghazi incident in which four Americans died demonstrate that there is a profound misunderstanding of what the Central Intelligence Agency does and how it interacts with the State Department overseas. The U.S. ambassador in any country is the personal representative of the president of the United States, and he is nominally in charge of all the American officials posted to the country. But the key word is “nominally.”
.... "Benghazi has been described as a U.S. consulate, but it was not. It was an information office that had no diplomatic status. There was a small staff of actual State Department information officers plus local translators. The much larger CIA base was located in a separate building a mile away. It was protected by a not completely reliable local militia. Base management would have no say in the movement of the ambassador and would not be party to his plans, nor would it clear its own operations with the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli. In Benghazi, the CIA’s operating directive would have been focused on two objectives: monitoring the local al-Qaeda affiliate group, Ansar al-Sharia, and tracking down weapons liberated from Colonel Gaddafi’s arsenal. Staff consisted of CIA paramilitaries who were working in cooperation with the local militia. The ambassador would not be privy to operational details and would only know in general what the agency was up to. When the ambassador’s party was attacked, the paramilitaries at the CIA base came to the rescue before being driven back into their own compound, where two officers were subsequently killed in a mortar attack.
Philip Giraldi, a former CIA officer, is executive director of the Council for the National Interest.
Why isn't this being reported on the news? How about a link. I want to read this myself.

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#11138
May 14, 2013
 
Bored wrote:
@ Aggie.
I read where you and the Butt were going to do a case study, you on the Koch brother, Butt on Soros.
To keep Butt honest, here is a good link about Soros.
http://www.conservapedia.com/George_Soros
Thank you.
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OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I'm saying it's common place. I know this is hard for you to understand, but there are parts of the Obama administration that work independently on behalf Obama. Obama has the duty to fire them if they make a mistake on his behalf. He usually doesn't have to. They have the grace to resign. You want us to quit bringing up Romney, but ya'll are still wondering and making excuses why you lost. Let's move on. There was no conspiracy. You lost.

You wont find a post from me making excuses for Romney or why the repubs lost.
We do know why Obama won.

Common place is to run the government, common place is to responsible for those under your command. At least screaming Hillary took the blame, but only after the evidence slapped her in the face. 4 people died.

And just where do you think you're going to move on too?

Benghazi is still a story, the IRS mess is still a story, and the Ap wiretap is still a story.

Move on you say. If I was in your shoes I would be saying the same thing probably, but I'm not, and as long as the story is alive I dont plan on leaving it alone.
OMTE

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Synergy wrote:
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OMTE, what's the problem? That is EXACTLY what you libs say. The only thing I questioned was the line about Ron Paul.
I didn't watch much of the little gay dude. I don't know what he said about Ron Paul. Don't care for Ron Paul much myself. It was really at post to tell sgt slaughter to shut the hell up.

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#11141
May 14, 2013
 
Bored wrote:
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NBC nightly news is most the balanced reporting this week. ABC and CBS are still buried deep up the hindquarters of Obama.
If Brian Williams is reporting on NBC, that's impossible. He is as loonie liberal socialist commie as they come. He has Obamagasms every night.
Several months ago, I was researching something political and I came across a survery(might have been Pew Research, not sure) that rated the liberalness of national news reporters. Brian Williams was the most left. I believe the words used was PROFOUNDLY left. Perhaps he has grown a conscience. If HE is reporting "neutrally" then there is most definitely hope for the media.
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Aggie23 wrote:
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Personally, I am enjoying having a civil back and forth with CB. On the other hand, I would just as soon see you crawl back under your rock.
Post of the Day.
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Aggie23 wrote:
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Personally, I am enjoying having a civil back and forth with CB. On the other hand, I would just as soon see you crawl back under your rock.
Another good one. LOL

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