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Canton

Canton, OH

#28133 May 3, 2014
I just can't imagine why no one believes a word the Tea Baggers say?

Obama was funded by a Saudi prince: Another fairy tale courtesy of Corsi: In late-'70s Chicago, Obama secured political and academic funding from a variety of sketchy Arab sponsors, including a Saudi prince. Which may explain why President Obama bowed to the Saudi king when they met in 2009.

Obama was born in Kenya: In early 2008, fringe theorists began a push to prove Obama was born on foreign soil and was therefore ineligible to live in the White House. The theory gained national attention thanks to the efforts of perennial GOP candidate Alan Keyes, "birther queen" Orly Taitz, and Corsi. Related: Obama's birth certificate is a fake, he killed his grandmother in Hawaii because she knew the truth, sealed access to his birth certificate and other damning documents, and did pretty much everything horrible you could possibly do for the sake of a phony birth certificate.

Obama lost his US citizenship: According to Corsi, Obama became a citizen of Indonesia while he lived there as a child.

Michelle's "whitey" tape: During the 2008 campaign, rumors surfaced that a video of Michelle Obama using the word "whitey" would be released to sink her husband's campaign. It's never materialized. Related: The time Glenn Beck called Barack Obama a racist.

Obama was a Black Panther: Well, only if you're not very good at spotting photoshopped images.

Obama is the son of Malcolm X: Because, you know, black people. This charmer popped up on Atlas Shrugged, Pamela Geller's anti-Muslim website.(Geller is also known for obsessing over Shariah turkeys she believes are destroying Thanksgiving.)

Obama is the son of Frank Marshall Davis: The conspiracy film Dreams From My Real Father espouses the theory that Davis, a leftist activist, was not only Obama's ideological mentor but his biological father. Related: Obama got a nose job to make his nose look less like Davis'.

Obama's mom and dad were communists: That would be his real father, Barack Obama, Sr. And you know that communism is an inherited condition.

Obama's ghostwriter was Bill Ayers: Conservative commentators claimed they uncovered evidence that ex-Weatherman Bill Ayers was the true author of Obama's 1995 memoir Dreams from my Father. Beyond their shared radicalism, Obama asked Ayers to help because he had writer's block.

Obama trained to overthrow the government: In 2008, leading Obama conspiracy theorist Andy Martin declared on Fox News' Hannity's America that the then-presidential candidate had trained for "a radical overthrow of the government" during his time as a community organizer in Chicago.

Absurd claim after absurd claim. Now what's all this about Benghazi you guys keep crying about and why won't anyone take you serious?
Canton

Canton, OH

#28134 May 3, 2014
Let me know if you need a few dozen more absurd Tea Bagger claims that were proven to be as absurd as they were false.

Oh and say hello to your new Commander in Chief-Hillary Clinton

Say it with me...Hillary Clinton is going to lead my nation for 8 years.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#28135 May 3, 2014
Canton wrote:
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Probably because like the vast majority of America, he could tell how desperately the people that call Fox actual news were clinging to such an outdated and insignificant story. But considering how many thousands of our troops died for Bush's lil punch line while your camp waved it's little flags, you'll have to forgive the rational and thinking world for not caring about your sudden and provided "outrage" over Benghazi.
Besides, I think we need to get back to this whole birth certificate thing you guys told us was so important, before moving on to your next outrageous claim. In fact, I think we need a fact checked resolution publically announced to each and every single "scandal" you guys have pretended to care about. That way you guys can look even more stupid to America than your camp already does when they televise the truth about what happened to the FEMA Death camps, health care death panels and birth certificates, instead of you guys skipping over the absurd claims you have made in the past with no accountability like you have to this point.
My Canton, you get so active when there's no Global Warming. I can't blame you though, too chilly to do anything outside. Not to worry though, next week, Global Warming for sure.

Anytime somebody comes out with some claim of DumBama, you want those individuals to represent the entire party now don't you? What about all those Bush scandals? Did those people represent you? How about those Wall Street losers? You know, those punks that attacked police officers, vandalized businesses, urinated and defecated all over the street, going to jail because of their violence and drug usage? Are they the Democrat liberal party of today?

Well, whatever Fox is doing, they are doing right. Have you seen the DumBama approval polls lately? Almost a sure landslide come November. Heck, even Democrat politicians are worried about losing leadership of the Senate. DumBama? They don't want him anywhere near them when they are out campaigning. They've been advised never to use the term Affordable Care Act. Oh yes, they are scared, very scared. After all, who wants to be associated with the man that won LIE OF THE YEAR award? Or is that just a phony scandal too?

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#28136 May 3, 2014
Canton wrote:
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Yah those Liberal old oil money families. Boy, you showed me. Too bad that "conservative political principles" means nothing more than a fascist corporate agenda with a dash of religious nutball tossed in the keep the middle class voting against their own interests. Like I said, I base my views on working for Newt Gingrich during the Bush years. Lots of conniving to get Supreme Court Justices in place. Two of which are known for having dinner meetings with the Koch Brothers. Wonder why they keep coming up?
Your Describing the Liberal Democrats.

More than half in Congress are millionaires

Analysis says House Democrats more flush than Republicans

In the House, the study found that Democrats on average were wealthier than Republicans. In the Senate, the opposite was true.

http://news.yahoo.com/more-than-half-in-congr...

Since: Aug 11

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#28137 May 3, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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How many times did you vote for him?
Twice because their was no other choice and Al Gore and John Kerry were too far to the left and G.W. Bush was more to the Right.
Anti-gov

Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

#28138 May 3, 2014
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Very interesting in deed.
Something 75% of people are too much of a coward to concider.

But there are EXTREMLY many government disinfo agents trying to threat people with such information and to spam it to nothingness and overspam it with statist retoric and brainwash.

They want you to see it as a football match between Democrats and Republicans. Never to concider the moral or prinsiples behind politics and what a government and state realy is?

What is it we are cheering for? and what is the believe that we have on autority?
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#28139 May 3, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Twice because their was no other choice and Al Gore and John Kerry were too far to the left and G.W. Bush was more to the Right.
Which is what I said to Duke the Doggy. In America, we don't vote on people we want in, we vote on people to keep the other person out.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#28140 May 3, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Which is what I said to Duke the Doggy. In America, we don't vote on people we want in, we vote on people to keep the other person out.
You keep saying that as if you are speaking for all of the people who voted differently than you.

You aren't, and you don't have the ability to do so.

Stop fooling yourself.

woof
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#28141 May 3, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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You keep saying that as if you are speaking for all of the people who voted differently than you.
You aren't, and you don't have the ability to do so.
Stop fooling yourself.
woof
So do you speak for all the people? Who was the last presidential candidate you thought was a great leader?

I didn't vote for Mitt Romney, I voted against Barack Obama.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#28142 May 3, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Which is what I said to Duke the Doggy. In America, we don't vote on people we want in, we vote on people to keep the other person out.
As a Democrat that is why I voted for G.W. Bush to keep Gore & Kerry in hopes of them not being elected president of the US.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#28143 May 3, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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So do you speak for all the people? Who was the last presidential candidate you thought was a great leader?
I didn't vote for Mitt Romney, I voted against Barack Obama.
1) No, and I don't pretend to.
2) Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter

woof
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#28144 May 3, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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1) No, and I don't pretend to.
2) Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter
woof
Jimmy Carter ?!?! Put the tequila down!
I'll concede that he was as sincere, honest & patriotic as any. But as far as being effective, aware of the economy (remember the gas lines/shortages?) & international relationships....phht
Yes, I completely commend him for the Israel/Egypt peace treaty which may be moot now but that could not be foreseen.
His tenure was completely unremarkable. You might as well mention a watermelon as Jimmy Carter for president
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#28145 May 3, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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1) No, and I don't pretend to.
2) Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter
woof
Bill Clinton ?!? For part of his admin. he was balanced with a house of repubs & that was cool. Checks & balances.
He F'd up in Somalia, the Oval Office with Monica,(after numerous affairs while a govenor), He missed capturing Osama even tho Osama's al Qaeda declared war on the US in 1996, 5 yrs before 9/11. WOOF !
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#28146 May 3, 2014
I do NOT understand all of the name calling & meanness that is the result of different opinions which IS PROTECTED by the 1st amendment. Why can't most of us simply agree to disagree?
I have a few questions pertaining to OUR elected 'representatives.
Quiz:1. Who said; Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly & applying the wrong remedy.
2.Those are my principals, & if you don't like them, I have others.
3.All people are born alike....except Republicans & Democrats.
4.The secret of life is honesty & fair dealing. IF you can fake that you've got it made.
Each of these quotes easily makes me think of politicians.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#28147 May 4, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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In America, we don't vote on people we want in, we vote on people to keep the other person out.
You can speak for yourself, but most folks don't feel that way. I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 because I thought he was the better choice. It was not a vote to keep Bob Dole out. I like Bob Dole, and I thought Jack Kemp was a good choice for VP.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#28148 May 4, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>As a Democrat that is why I voted for G.W. Bush to keep Gore & Kerry in hopes of them not being elected president of the US.
Exactly. I can't remember the last candidate I voted for because he or she stood for everything I believe. It seems as time goes on, Democrats get more and more radical that I will vote for anybody to keep them the hell out of power. I mean, look at where we are today with Zero and his mother-in-law in the white house. Record number of poverty in this country, record number of government dependents, median income down five grand or so before he took office, the reforming of the Soviet Union, the weakest military we've seen in our lifetime and millions like myself that lost their healthcare insurance.

How anybody can say they voted for that is beyond me.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#28149 May 4, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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You can speak for yourself, but most folks don't feel that way. I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 because I thought he was the better choice. It was not a vote to keep Bob Dole out. I like Bob Dole, and I thought Jack Kemp was a good choice for VP.
Bob Dole? OMG. The only thing more exciting than Bob Dole was watching grass grow. Like McCain, I have the utmost respect for his service to our country, but president? No way.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#28151 May 4, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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If you are waiting for a candidate who stands for everything you believe in, you probably should run yourself.
Hitler and Mao were quite popular, I hear.

Heck, that pudgy little guy in the DPRK is pulling almost 100% of the vote.

woof
Canton

Canton, OH

#28152 May 4, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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My Canton, you get so active when there's no Global Warming. I can't blame you though, too chilly to do anything outside. Not to worry though, next week, Global Warming for sure.
Anytime somebody comes out with some claim of DumBama, you want those individuals to represent the entire party now don't you? What about all those Bush scandals? Did those people represent you? How about those Wall Street losers? You know, those punks that attacked police officers, vandalized businesses, urinated and defecated all over the street, going to jail because of their violence and drug usage? Are they the Democrat liberal party of today?
Well, whatever Fox is doing, they are doing right. Have you seen the DumBama approval polls lately? Almost a sure landslide come November. Heck, even Democrat politicians are worried about losing leadership of the Senate. DumBama? They don't want him anywhere near them when they are out campaigning. They've been advised never to use the term Affordable Care Act. Oh yes, they are scared, very scared. After all, who wants to be associated with the man that won LIE OF THE YEAR award? Or is that just a phony scandal too?
Fox News has won LIE Of THE YEAR numerous times and it didn't stop you two from getting down right chummy. Oh, and the overwhelming majority of climate experts, not truck drivers, not oil billionaires, people with degrees in global weather patterns say you are an idiot. But then again, many of them are only geniuses.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#28153 May 4, 2014
Canton wrote:
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Fox News has won LIE Of THE YEAR numerous times and it didn't stop you two from getting down right chummy. Oh, and the overwhelming majority of climate experts, not truck drivers, not oil billionaires, people with degrees in global weather patterns say you are an idiot. But then again, many of them are only geniuses.
And there are plenty of those geniuses with degrees that say you're an idiot for believing in that nonsense. And you make fun of Republicans for promoting fake scandals? LOL!

Well Fox isn't running for political office, so it doesn't matter what you and yours say about them. Fox was and will always be number one in cable news. Can't say that about the Democrat party though. Seems like they are slipping into MSNBC ratings right now. Can hardly wait for the liberal cries in the wind "The Republicans cheated!" LOL!  Music to my ears.

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