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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>As usual, a n##### who can't address the point.
As usual, a dumb redneck.

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what_me_worry_ wrote:
<quoted text>G.H.W. Bush "read my lips, no new taxes"

Barack Hussein Obama "The Obamacare act is not a tax"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =MuzbvX6nT8wXX

You're batting 1000% BR
I was addressing a voting issue with another poster. I don't go to YouTube links, junior.

If you're trying to raise a point by comparing apples to oranges, you made your moot point even stronger.

A proud moment in your topix career.

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#188
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>And the n##### still can't argue the point...
And the slime redneck is still a dumbshit.

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Black Rhino wrote:
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I was addressing a voting issue with another poster. I don't go to YouTube links, junior.
If you're trying to raise a point by comparing apples to oranges, you made your moot point even stronger.
A proud moment in your topix career.
Why so angry BR.

You know my point is correct even though your Alinsky rules require you to dodge my link of Obama in his own words.
Here it is again.

It is just a video of your God Obama.

Scared of the truth huh.

Your guy Barack is just as big of a liar as Bush.

Now that the House of Representatives (you know a part of congress) has introduced a CR that fully funds the government including Obamacare with the caveat that the original law be enforced without the executive fiats that excluded big business, unions and congress what is your problem?

Do you hate the middle class and the poor the last remaining folks that pay the price?

Time for an honest assessment dude......

On another note, I hope you don't have a gig on federal land..........LOL
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Republican approval 24%

Tea Party approval 21%

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Pale Rider wrote:
Republican approval 24%
Tea Party approval 21%
Obama approval 37%.
That's Bush Country, Fried Wider.
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Oct 11, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Obama approval 37%.
That's Bush Country, Fried Wider.
You know that is a Hannity approval rating!

I see you got the ax again. You can't take a hint can you? You must breathe and live to copy and paste BS on Topix.

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Pale Rider wrote:
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You know that is a Hannity approval rating!
I see you got the ax again. You can't take a hint can you? You must breathe and live to copy and paste BS on Topix.
That's the AP poll number Wide Liar. Want a link to the story?
And I never went anywhere...you can't get rid of me. Ever.
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#196
Oct 11, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>That's the AP poll number Wide Liar. Want a link to the story?
And I never went anywhere...you can't get rid of me. Ever.
The best thing is to ignore you. You are obsessed with replicating. "Highschool dropout" fits you.

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#197
Oct 11, 2013
 
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>That's the AP poll number Wide Liar. Want a link to the story?
And I never went anywhere...you can't get rid of me. Ever.
And just when I was getting used to Eugene.....LOL
Have a good weekend, Mr Martinez
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The Republicans have cooked their goose!
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Gallup: GOP's Approval Lowest in 21 Years

The Republican Party's approval rating has fallen to its lowest level in 21 years, says a new Gallup survey released on Wednesday.

Down, Down goes Jerry!


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Pale Rider wrote:
Gallup: GOP's Approval Lowest in 21 Years
The Republican Party's approval rating has fallen to its lowest level in 21 years, says a new Gallup survey released on Wednesday.
Down, Down goes Jerry!
Let's poll registered voters and see how that compares.
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Let's poll registered voters and see how that compares.
Why would you think the result would be different?
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Al Gore would have been elected President!

George W. Bush (2001-2009) came to office through a Supreme Court decision following a contested plurality of 537 votes in Florida, and his defeat by over half a million votes in the popular election.

Why Didn't Gore Win?

Most Americans know how narrow the vote was in Florida, but not why.

Crooked Jeb Bush!

Five months before the election, George Bush’s brother, Florida Governor Jeb Bush, had 57,700 people purged from the voter rolls—ostensibly for being convicted felons, who were not allowed by Florida law to vote. As it turns out, over 90% of the voters on the hit list were not felons at all. Some of their supposed felonies were actually dated in the future. It was an overwhelmingly Democratic list of voters—over half blacks and Hispanics. Had these citizens not been prevented from voting, Al Gore would have been elected President of the United States.³
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Bush New to Foreign Affairs

With six years in public office as Governor of Texas, Bush was new to foreign affairs, as evidenced by an interview during the campaign in which he could not identify a number of leaders of major countries. But savvy political handler Karl Rove knew that Bush's surplus of style could make up for his deficit of substance with many American voters. Rove groomed Bush’s image as a Washington outsider (though a Yale-educated President's son), born again Christian, and down home cowboy.

"Bush Cowboy"

The cowboy image required a "ranch," a la Reagan, so in the year before the 2000 election, Bush purchased one in Crawford, Texas. Although no actual ranching ever went on there, the President busied himself clearing brush and riding his mountain bike around the property. He liked his "ranch" so much that he spent a greater percentage of his time on vacation than any President in American history.4
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“Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S.”

But then, George W. Bush had many cares of the office to escape. While at the ranch on a six week vacation in August, 2001, he received a memo from Condoleeza Rice entitled “Bin Laden Determined to Strike in U.S.”
That's what happened a few weeks later on September 11 —apparently after no special effort by the White House to step up protection against the hijackings that were being predicted by intelligence reports.

Several days after the attacks, when U.S. air space was still closed, Bush authorized special flights back to Saudi Arabia for Osama bin Laden's relatives and other wealthy Saudis, "for their safety."

The White House then vigorously fought creation of the 9-11 commission, which Bush and Cheney finally testified before together (try that at your local police station).

With 14 of the 18 hijackers from Saudi Arabia, the administration redacted multiple pages of the commission's report on Saudi involvement in the attack.
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Hurricane Katrina

Four years later, while on another extended vacation at the "ranch," Bush was briefed on the destruction about to be unleashed on the Gulf Coast by Hurricane Katrina, including the likelihood that levies in New Orleans would be breached. In the videotaped meeting, Bush asked no questions. He then flew to California to raise money for Republican candidates.
The man he left in charge, his politically appointed director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Michael Brown, was woefully unprepared to handle the disaster that ensued when the levies broke and New Orleans flooded.(The only thing he'd managed before the FEMA job was Arabian horse shows.)
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Osama Bin Laden Slipped by Bush!

In between 9-11 and Katrina, Bush's "War on Terror" lost track of Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan and turned its attention to invading Iraq. Removing Saddam Hussein from power was imperative, Bush said, because (a) he had weapons of mass destruction,(b) was linked to Al Qaeda terrorists who attacked the U.S. on 9/11, and (c) needed to be removed to make that country safe for democracy. All of the reasons given for the war were soon discredited by real events, but Bush dug America in for the long haul, saying that “future Presidents” would decide when we’d leave Iraq.
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Halliburton

After all, there was much to be gained by staying. Halliburton, the firm formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, was one of the biggest beneficiaries, gaining multi-billion dollar contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as America's ravaged gulf coast, by sealed, noncompetitive bids. In gratitude, in 2007 the company moved its corporate headquarters from Houston to Dubai, thereby avoiding U.S. taxes.
The Bush family was not left off the War on Terror's money train. Uncle "Bucky" earned millions in a war firm sale in 2006.

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