Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
OMTE

Mcdonough, GA

#15405 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>S*ck my C*ck. Is that better Syn? LOL.
is that what you say to your BF?
OMTE

Mcdonough, GA

#15406 Jun 14, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>GFU, again/w/a crowbar
Can't. Your wife in the way?
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15407 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>
is that what you say to your BF?
You got embarassed. So you hijacked my ID. AWWW....
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#15408 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>
Can't. Your wife in the way?
not married dumazz. but am spoken for. yn u gro up may b u L get lay.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#15409 Jun 14, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>not married dumazz. but am spoken for. yn u gro up may b u L get lay.
my post was to bm
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15410 Jun 14, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>my post was to bm
I know. We run everybody off with our potty mouths. LOL. I see a
"timeout" in your future, if you keep hanging with me.*smilin*
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#15411 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I know. We run everybody off with our potty mouths. LOL. I see a
"timeout" in your future, if you keep hanging with me.*smilin*
hell, maybe I need one,LMFAO
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15412 Jun 14, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>hell, maybe I need one,LMFAO
Wanna go swimmin? If so, bring a joint and a float. I'll be at the pool. LOL. C-ya later.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#15413 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Wanna go swimmin? If so, bring a joint and a float. I'll be at the pool. LOL. C-ya later.
maybe next time, dude.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#15414 Jun 14, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>I find it hard to believe that you would dare challenge my knowledge of history. Crusades? The biggest FU in the history of Christianity. "ordained" and ordered by a corrupt and dim-witted pope whose only purpose was to try to stop European knights from killing each other, really Dave?
How did the Islamic armies come out in that episode?
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15415 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>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.
Great post.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#15416 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>If they give "temporary" amnesty before the border is secure. There will be a wave of mexicans flood the border, because they know amnesty will be assured. They know this for there is no real way to get an accurate count of how many are already here. They're illegal. It's not like we can do a census of roaches. I already think the estimate of 11 million is only a third of what's really here. Them 30 million will double if the bill passes before border security is established and when we they spawn the following year. We're done. They will bankrupt Obamacare, and the foodstamp program. What about Jeb Bush today syain we should let them come here, because they have more children? WTF??? Is he tryin to finish what his brother started or what??? What they need to do enforce E-verify. Make the employers be held accountable. The problem would fix itself. Maybe you can talk to your republican buddies and explain to them why this is so important??? Huh?
You are very correct with almost everything in your post. The only flaw is that it is not only Republicans that want this but is also being pushed by Obama and the Democratic party. The Democrats are demanding that the illegals be put on ObamaCare as part of the immigration bill. This immigration bill is not just one sided. Other than that everything that you say is true.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15417 Jun 14, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>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.
Tamron is one of the very few things that came from Texas that is good for America. That sorry state have us Johnson, Bush, and Perry - that's a lot to live down.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15418 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.
Fox Noise recently reported that due to a "wrinkle in the fabric of time" - 2001 to 2009 did not occur; therefore the Right Wing Wackos who drove the country off the cliff during those years, cannot be held accountable.

Whew!!!

RWWs escape again - a "wrinkle in time" - who could have foreseen that ?
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15419 Jun 14, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>IMO, Bush #1 should have finished it when he had the chance, Clinton should have finished off Bin laden and his cronies when he had the chance. Bush #2 should have followed up "shock and awe" with a march like Sherman went through Georgia. Obama, like Holder, is weak, too concerned about "their" people.
Damn.. You must own stock on the company that sells body bags to the government.

Glad you enlisted to do all that fightin and bleedin - otherwise some other poor SOB would have had to pay the ultimate price to keep Exxon's and Halliburton's profits up - and those Muslim kings happy.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15420 Jun 14, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>Then does Obama qualify as a right wing wacko, as he has been following in Bush's footsteps? Now he is going to get us involved in Syria. He has already been arming the Rebels over there.
Absolutely.

Obama is so far right he makes Eisenhower look like a lefty, liberal, socialist commie.

That's why it's so entertaining to have him criticized as a Leeeeeeeeeeral.
Informed Opinion

Liberia, Costa Rica

#15421 Jun 14, 2013
Right Wingers love to spend money to blow things up, kill people, and commit war crimes - it's taking care of Americans that is wasteful to them.

G.O.P. Spendthrifts Preserve Government Expansion.

.. Republicans in the House have voted to preserve a significant expansion of government power —

and to keep spending nearly $1.6 million per prisoner per year at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp.

To protect the Constitution , Democrats offered an amendment preventing Americans from being secretly detained at Gitmo.

House Republicans killed the amendment last night.

... The amendment would have enhanced the authority of a presidential appointee charged with finding places to send the almost 90 prisoners who have been cleared for release — many of them because they didn’t actually do anything in the first place.

Mr. Smith pointed out in a press release that the federal courts have convicted “more than 400 defendants charged with crimes related to international terrorism” since Sept. 11, 2001.

They have done so without a single security issue or release of sensitive information.

No convicted terrorist has even tried to escape from a federal prison since 9/11. We spend about $34,000 per inmate each year at one of those prisons, Mr. Smith said, compared to $1.6 million per inmate at Guantanamo, where the Pentagon also wants to spend $260 million on new construction.

Republicans voted down the amendment.

$1.6 million to keep a prisoner already determined not to be lawfully detained - that's fine.

Spending $1.6 million a year per prisoner instead of $34 Thousand - that's fine.

Secretly kidnapping, imprisoning, torturing, and occasionally assassinating American citizens - that fine.

Spying on Americans, wiretapping their phones, intercepting and copying their emails, texts, and photographs - that's fine.

Thanks Right Wing Wackos - we hope that the Constitution isn't too rough as you use it for toilet paper.
OMTE

Kathleen, GA

#15422 Jun 14, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Tamron is one of the very few things that came from Texas that is good for America. That sorry state have us Johnson, Bush, and Perry - that's a lot to live down.
I know right. I'd drink her bath water. She has the most beautiful eyes I have ever seen in my life.
sorry old girl

Warner Robins, GA

#15423 Jun 14, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, OMTE. What they are doing must not be very effective. It didn't stop the Boston calamity. Collecting data, I think, is the main objective. Security possibly second.
You clueless witch, do a Google search on how many times our countries security has stop terrorist attacks. Its not 100%, the only thing that is 100% is the rating of your ignorance of fact.
sorry old girl

Warner Robins, GA

#15424 Jun 14, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
Again you are full of "it". Do a Google search on fnc's ratings numbers by the year. Then do a search on FNC's target market and the age of their market. Keep following the piper and getting your info. from the world wide web. Don't believe in aliens, google alien contact with humans, you can find a nut that will back any comment or hoped for fact.

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