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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15256 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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"Brilliant" ?
I was thinking more of unthinking "tool", who hopes that someday the pecuniary elite would let you use the front door when you drop by begging for table scraps.
Don't worry, you'll always be allowed to scavenge through my garbage .. It's the least we successful folks can do for the unwashed masses... really.. it's the least we can do.
Thanks for the laugh.
Of course I can use the front door. It's MY house!
You mean you DON'T eat ALL the donuts? Geeee, thanks. I'll send the butler over to get them.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#15257 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Great post.
Ain't that rental income loophole a wonderful thing ? Kind of like capital gains ... it ain't "income" unless you actually work for it. Every three months when the property manager send us a check, we also celebrate the special nature of that income.
Down here in SW Florida, mansions valued at $15 Million or more are selling faster than ever before; the Bentley dealer can't keep Mulsannes in stock, and a friend of mine who owns a cigar store is selling Arturo Fuente Opus X sticks faster than he can get them in the store.
The economy is great.
Who are those whiners claiming there's a problem ?
Put down the crack pipe. Just say NO.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15258 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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You should be credited for that warning. I always find it amusing when she dresses up so as to emphasize her allure. Now that's entertaining.
What's your point? What are you saying?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#15259 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Please,
I can't separate Tokyo Rose from her Japanese masters;
I can't separate Hanoi Hannah from her PAVN masters; and
I can't separate Ann Coulter from the asylum from which she escaped.
Besides - does she actually exist other than a caricature of a Right Wing Wacko tool fed and housed by the corporate media to say outrageous statements for entertainment purposes?
Yep. You love her.
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#15260 Jun 13, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>I hate your politics and I don't like unions,but I do appreciate law enforcement officers. I've only had two or three speeding tickets and I was guilty all three times. I took a calculated risk and I got caught. Case closed. Each time, I pulled over and waited. No need to chase. The officers were respectful and I was, too.(I KNOW you find THAT hard to believe.) You pretty much have a thankless job a lot of the time.
See! I can separate the person from the politics. Now let the hate continue!
Thank you for the kind words.

You were safe from me, I only wrote tickets for two things:

- Loud radios
- Driving so slowly it impeded the flow of traffic.

I never understood why people wanted to play their damn radios so loud they vibrate the cars around them and cause headaches to people they don't even know; and

Why in the world do people want to get in the passing lane and drive at the slowest speed possible that prevents anyone from passing them on the right or the left. Go as slow as you want - just stay in the slow lane !

As far as speeding - Those tickets generate income and are an obvious metric- so department love 'em.

I never wrote 'em, in fact, they tried to fire me several times because I kept reminding the patrol cops, when we in contract negotiations, that every ticket they wrote, was a vote against their own pay raise. But, saved by the 1st Amendment and very sharp lawyers.

Let's take a long walk on the beach at sunset with a bottle of wine ...

Later - we'll let the battle continue - its fun.
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15261 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Understandable.
That would make him as liberal as that liberal, socialist, commie, Libtard Ronnie Ray-Gun, who have them amnesty last time, and promised to close down the illegal border crossings.
Never liked Reagan. I was born in November of '79 and all that I can remember from that era was the first time I seen a mexican and the birth of crack. He started this downward spiral. Clinton almost got us out, but they canned him and Bush destroyed all progress made. God I pray Obama doesn't make the same mistake Reagan did. There will be war if he does and I want better for my children.
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15262 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Don't fight us.... Join us.
I would, but I can't. Let's just say I was wild in my early twenties.
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15263 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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You should be credited for that warning. I always find it amusing when she dresses up so as to emphasize her allure. Now that's entertaining.
I find myself lookin for an Adam's Apple. I know that's mean and I do apologize, but it's the truth. I like Tamron Hall. I missed her today. Some dude was filling in for her today for some reason. You should check her out tmrw. She is soooo fine.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#15264 Jun 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Thank you for the kind words.
You were safe from me, I only wrote tickets for two things:
- Loud radios
- Driving so slowly it impeded the flow of traffic.
I never understood why people wanted to play their damn radios so loud they vibrate the cars around them and cause headaches to people they don't even know; and
Why in the world do people want to get in the passing lane and drive at the slowest speed possible that prevents anyone from passing them on the right or the left. Go as slow as you want - just stay in the slow lane !
As far as speeding - Those tickets generate income and are an obvious metric- so department love 'em.
I never wrote 'em, in fact, they tried to fire me several times because I kept reminding the patrol cops, when we in contract negotiations, that every ticket they wrote, was a vote against their own pay raise. But, saved by the 1st Amendment and very sharp lawyers.
Let's take a long walk on the beach at sunset with a bottle of wine ...
Later - we'll let the battle continue - its fun.
Love the wine idea.
I didn't know a person could receive a ticket for playing the radio too loud. I find it to be a problem at the gas pump for some reason. It's maddening. Occasionally, at traffic lights.
Nighty night, Thugmeister :)
danger zone

Lithonia, GA

#15265 Jun 14, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Two things Right Wing Wackos just do fast enough:
- spend American tax money giving expensive military equipment and weapons to Muslim terrorists; and
- get American troops killed fighting on behalf Muslims against other Muslims.
Yep... Like Bush, Cheney, McCain, and Ryan taught us, Iraq, Pakistan, and Afghanistan just haven't cost us enough, or killed enough Marines, lets do it again in Syria.
And RWWs wonder why Normal Americans shake their heads in wonder.
Your president was in Israel just this March, he pledged his support. He told PM Netanyahu the US would investigate into whether Syria used nerve gas, if proven true, it would be a "game changer"- he drew the red line. Bill Clinton reminded Obama, Americans elect you to "win", not to talk the talk and then look weak to the world by doing nothing. Don't blame republicans & Bush for everything, you sound like a fool.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#15266 Jun 14, 2013
Those wild and crazy folks over at Faux Spews....

Sean Hannity On NSA Surveillance, Then And Now
Blog ››› June 12, 2013 3:22 PM EDT ››› MIKE BURNS & JOHN KERR
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/06/12/sean-...

Sean Hannity is warning that data mining and surveillance are "very clear violation[s] of the Fourth Amendment," a drastic change for the Fox News host, who was a loud defender of National Security Agency surveillance during the Bush administration.

Media Matters offers a look at Hannity on NSA surveillance, then and now.
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October 24, 2006 06:15 AM
Hannity to Cheney: Should We Even Debate the Patriot Act and NSA Wiretapping?
By SilentPatriot
http://crooksandliars.com/2006/10/25/hannity-...

In an Orwellian, sycophantic moment extraordinaire, Sean Hannity asks Vice President Cheney if he's "as surprised as he is that the country is so divided" and, given the all-consuming nature of the terrorist threat, if we should "even be debating the Patriot Act and NSA wiretapping".
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Top 12 media myths and falsehoods on the Bush administration's spying scandal
Research December 23, 2005 7:58 PM EST ››› JOSH KALVEN, SIMON MALOY, JEREMY SCHULMAN, RAPHAEL SCHWEBER-KOREN, & ANDREW SEIFTER
http://mediamatters.org/research/2005/12/23/t...

Media Matters presents the top 12 myths and falsehoods promoted by the media on President Bush's spying scandal stemming from the recent revelation in The New York Times that he authorized the National Security Agency (NSA) to eavesdrop on domestic communications without the required approval of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court.
danger zone

Lithonia, GA

#15267 Jun 14, 2013
Maxine Waters praises Obama shortly after his re-election win, no mention of Bush.

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Huh

Cleveland, GA

#15268 Jun 14, 2013
Huh?
Why would domestic snooping need the approval of a foreign surveillance court?
Jamine Arus

Monroe, GA

#15269 Jun 14, 2013
Oh my wrote:
Those wild and crazy folks over at Faux Spews....
Sean Hannity On NSA Surveillance, Then And Now
Blog ››› June 12, 2013 3:22 PM EDT ››› MIKE BURNS & JOHN KERR
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/06/12/sean-...
Sean Hannity is warning that data mining and surveillance are "very clear violation[s] of the Fourth Amendment," a drastic change for the Fox News host, who was a loud defender of National Security Agency surveillance during the Bush administration.
Media Matters offers a look at Hannity on NSA surveillance, then and now.
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October 24, 2006 06:15 AM
Hannity to Cheney: Should We Even Debate the Patriot Act and NSA Wiretapping?
By SilentPatriot
http://crooksandliars.com/2006/10/25/hannity-...
In an Orwellian, sycophantic moment extraordinaire, Sean Hannity asks Vice President Cheney if he's "as surprised as he is that the country is so divided" and, given the all-consuming nature of the terrorist threat, if we should "even be debating the Patriot Act and NSA wiretapping".
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Top 12 media myths and falsehoods on the Bush administration's spying scandal
Research December 23, 2005 7:58 PM EST ››› JOSH KALVEN, SIMON MALOY, JEREMY SCHULMAN, RAPHAEL SCHWEBER-KOREN, & ANDREW SEIFTER
http://mediamatters.org/research/2005/12/23/t...
Media Matters presents the top 12 myths and falsehoods promoted by the media on President Bush's spying scandal stemming from the recent revelation in The New York Times that he authorized the National Security Agency (NSA) to eavesdrop on domestic communications without the required approval of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court.
You make funny post of Fox News then show your source of Media Mutters. Ha Ha Ha You very funny man. You most funny man than Inormed Opinion man. You must ride camel backwards into ocean with him. That would be funny to watch. Ha ha You must like Obama most as killer of many peoples.
good for the country

Warner Robins, GA

#15270 Jun 14, 2013
Huh wrote:
"Back to the hole in the boat: America is losing its historic literacy. Recently some 556 seniors surveyed at 55 of the nation’s top colleges -- only 60 percent placed the American Civil War in the correct half of the 19th century. Only 34 percent identified George Washington as the American general at the Battle of Yorktown. Thirty-four percent thought it was Ulysses S. Grant. At 78 percent of the institutions polled, no history whatsoever was required in the undergraduate program. Historian David McCullough said,“We are raising a generation of young Americans who are historically illiterate.”
"If the hole in the boat is to be fixed, it will require the tenacity and ingenuity of the pioneers. Each of us must understand and teach the journey of liberty and justice. It requires steadfast insistence -- we must not allow our collective memory to fade or morph into trendy revisionist versions of political correctness, which becomes a substitute for truth.
"Traditional American culture influenced me greatly as I created the Fox News Channel for Rupert Murdoch. We knew that a fair and balanced news channel could succeed, as long as no views were rejected and conservative views were allowed to be heard.
"The Fox News Channel just finished its 137th consecutive month in first place in cable news, almost 12 years. The top 13 programs in cable news are all on the Fox News Channel. One reason is: We cover news but we also cover stories we know others will not. Like the abortion doctor in Philadelphia, who was actually killing babies after they were born. We covered Benghazi when four Americans were killed, even though no other network would touch the story. It’s an important story because it involves two hundred years of our military ethos, which is: If we ask you to go out in the middle of the night and risk your life for America, we promise that we will backstop you. And, try to get you out if it is humanly possible. In Benghazi we did not do that.
"I have come to the conclusion that even I don’t care what the president of the United States was doing that night. However, I would like to know what the commander in chief was doing that night."
Just remember, FNC is 1st on cable, not in the same league as network. FNC's target audience is old people, old people are the only ones with the free time and enough self pity to watch the crap they call news. FNC's ratings are declining, have been for years, reason being they base is dying off. Bad for FNC, good for the country.
sorry old girl

Warner Robins, GA

#15271 Jun 14, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I'm not avoiding anything. Are you kidding? Considering my postings, you are actually accusing me of changing a subject. lol Get serious.
Actually, I don't think I have mentioned that guy one time. Look back and check, but don't bet your life savings on it. The reason I haven't mentioned it is because I want to see how it ends up. I have no doubt that the enemy KNOWS about our surveillance. That was no revelation to them. I DO think that we, the people, have a right to know just how deep the surveillance goes. If he does end up selling secrets, he won't be MY hero. If he keeps it to just letting the country know, then I think he is doing us a service.
You know, you really have a problem with making accusations with nothing to back them up. I didn't even HAVE to respond to your "You are not getting off that easy" bullying. You are simply lying and I wanted to clear that up. While you are looking for the posts where I sang the whistleblowers praises, how about looking for the posts where I overlooked Bush. Go ahead. I'll wait. I'm wrong? You would know right if it slapped you in the face. You are an incredible liar. I guess you have to be incredible at something. Now run along. Your mommy's calling.
The man is selling state secrets, not the ones China and everyone else already knows about. This guy needs to be hung and you claim to know what's right. You are waiting to see, you never have time to wait to see on any story about Obama now do you.

Sorry old girl, you don't know shite.
danger zone

Lithonia, GA

#15272 Jun 14, 2013
These people who claim most ALL who DO NOT support Obama MUST be glued to FOX news, haven't a clue. I won't waste a minute defending FOX news, they can pull their hair out about it, I don't really care.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#15273 Jun 14, 2013
Oh my wrote:
Those wild and crazy folks over at Faux Spews....
Sean Hannity On NSA Surveillance, Then And Now
Blog ››› June 12, 2013 3:22 PM EDT ››› MIKE BURNS & JOHN KERR
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/06/12/sean-...
Sean Hannity is warning that data mining and surveillance are "very clear violation[s] of the Fourth Amendment," a drastic change for the Fox News host, who was a loud defender of National Security Agency surveillance during the Bush administration.
Media Matters offers a look at Hannity on NSA surveillance, then and now.
=====
October 24, 2006 06:15 AM
Hannity to Cheney: Should We Even Debate the Patriot Act and NSA Wiretapping?
By SilentPatriot
http://crooksandliars.com/2006/10/25/hannity-...
In an Orwellian, sycophantic moment extraordinaire, Sean Hannity asks Vice President Cheney if he's "as surprised as he is that the country is so divided" and, given the all-consuming nature of the terrorist threat, if we should "even be debating the Patriot Act and NSA wiretapping".
=====
Top 12 media myths and falsehoods on the Bush administration's spying scandal
Research December 23, 2005 7:58 PM EST ››› JOSH KALVEN, SIMON MALOY, JEREMY SCHULMAN, RAPHAEL SCHWEBER-KOREN, & ANDREW SEIFTER
http://mediamatters.org/research/2005/12/23/t...
Media Matters presents the top 12 myths and falsehoods promoted by the media on President Bush's spying scandal stemming from the recent revelation in The New York Times that he authorized the National Security Agency (NSA) to eavesdrop on domestic communications without the required approval of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance court.
Here's your "Media Matters"!!!!! Where's Chickenbutt when we need him? He would go after you about such a BIAS weblink. I'll save him the trouble. HILARIOUS!!!!!!!!!!
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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#15274 Jun 14, 2013
good for the country wrote:
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Just remember, FNC is 1st on cable, not in the same league as network. FNC's target audience is old people, old people are the only ones with the free time and enough self pity to watch the crap they call news. FNC's ratings are declining, have been for years, reason being they base is dying off. Bad for FNC, good for the country.
You seem to have quite a bit of free time yourself, Sparky. Your posts are silly with nothing to back them up. Keep trying. You might get there.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#15275 Jun 14, 2013
sorry old girl wrote:
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The man is selling state secrets, not the ones China and everyone else already knows about. This guy needs to be hung and you claim to know what's right. You are waiting to see, you never have time to wait to see on any story about Obama now do you.
Sorry old girl, you don't know shite.
Um......If you'll notice, when I post about an "event in regards to Obama, I also post a LINK. Where is YOUR LINK? Your posts typically have no facts, links nor intelligible information.
Your last sentence gives IRONY new meaning. Me thinks you are out of your league.

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