“Bullsh*% Detector Enabled”

Since: Dec 08

Brooklyn, New York

#490 Sep 5, 2013
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>While hundreds of thousands of soldiers suffer from the lack of treatment due to multiple deployments, the Obama Administration would like you to know that, indeed, they are all about progress:

V.A. to Provide Spousal Benefits to Gays, Administration Says

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/05/us/va-to-pr...

No money to help homeless vets, but money to challenge the law. Wonderful. If that's what you call progress, you made me a thousand times glad I left that progressive party.
Really?

On December 13, 2011 The Obama administration put into place the Veterans expand homeless prevention program...100 million dollars...The available funds were announced in a message posted in the Federal Register and at the VA's website.

Now what tha shit are you talking about? Your gang leader should really do something about you sheep.

“Bullsh*% Detector Enabled”

Since: Dec 08

Brooklyn, New York

#491 Sep 5, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>Come on, Natey! Take the Colby Challenge! We want to see your birth certificate! Prove that you weren't hatched.
There is a Colby college Rodeo Team...
Maybe he received his degree in Rodeo Clowning. Kansas campus.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#492 Sep 5, 2013
Black Rhino wrote:
<quoted text>
There is a Colby college Rodeo Team...
Maybe he received his degree in Rodeo Clowning. Kansas campus.
There are also a number of St. John's elementary schools...I'm beginning to doubt that you even managed to pass at that level.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#493 Sep 5, 2013
Black Rhino wrote:
<quoted text>
There is a Colby college Rodeo Team...
Maybe he received his degree in Rodeo Clowning. Kansas campus.
That's funny!!!

woof

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#494 Sep 5, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
That's funny!!!
woof
If you're ten.
anonymous13

Uniontown, OH

#495 Sep 5, 2013
At the time it was a pathetic choice who to vote for for president. Romney was pathetic. His only accomplishment in life was to be born in the "lucky sperm" club and through his bain capital vulture corporation to ship many decent jobs to slave labor nations. His 47% statement along with the let Detroit go Bankrupt concerning the US auto companies while campaigning in Michigan and let the foreclosure process take its place while campaigning in Nevada who had the foreclosure rates caused him to hand Obama the election on a silver platter. I am very disgusted with Obama at the present time. I would like to see someone someday run for president that is not bought and paid for by one entity or another. The two that I would have preferred would have been Chris Christie or John Huntsman both of these men are way more qualified than the two clowns that ran against each other during the last election.

“Tenured Marxist Radical”

Since: Jan 13

Ivy League-ISIS

#496 Sep 5, 2013
anonymous13 wrote:
At the time it was a pathetic choice who to vote for for president. Romney was pathetic. His only accomplishment in life was to be born in the "lucky sperm" club and through his bain capital vulture corporation to ship many decent jobs to slave labor nations. His 47% statement along with the let Detroit go Bankrupt concerning the US auto companies while campaigning in Michigan and let the foreclosure process take its place while campaigning in Nevada who had the foreclosure rates caused him to hand Obama the election on a silver platter. I am very disgusted with Obama at the present time. I would like to see someone someday run for president that is not bought and paid for by one entity or another. The two that I would have preferred would have been Chris Christie or John Huntsman both of these men are way more qualified than the two clowns that ran against each other during the last election.
Fatboy and Huntsman Jr (also "lucky sperm" and unlike Romney isn't richer than his father) are RINO trash.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#497 Sep 5, 2013
barry soetoro.

Worst President EVER.

Period.
Real Tea Party

Columbus, OH

#498 Sep 5, 2013
anonymous13 wrote:
At the time it was a pathetic choice who to vote for for president. Romney was pathetic. His only accomplishment in life was to be born in the "lucky sperm" club and through his bain capital vulture corporation to ship many decent jobs to slave labor nations. His 47% statement along with the let Detroit go Bankrupt concerning the US auto companies while campaigning in Michigan and let the foreclosure process take its place while campaigning in Nevada who had the foreclosure rates caused him to hand Obama the election on a silver platter. I am very disgusted with Obama at the present time. I would like to see someone someday run for president that is not bought and paid for by one entity or another. The two that I would have preferred would have been Chris Christie or John Huntsman both of these men are way more qualified than the two clowns that ran against each other during the last election.
Ron Paul would be a good choice but the stupid RINOs are too ignorant and misinformed.
Acorn Rodeo Clown

Circleville, OH

#499 Sep 5, 2013
Obama is doing a good job, if you are absolutely stupid!
Pale Rider

AOL

#500 Sep 6, 2013
anonymous13 wrote:
At the time it was a pathetic choice who to vote for for president. Romney was pathetic. His only accomplishment in life was to be born in the "lucky sperm" club and through his bain capital vulture corporation to ship many decent jobs to slave labor nations. His 47% statement along with the let Detroit go Bankrupt concerning the US auto companies while campaigning in Michigan and let the foreclosure process take its place while campaigning in Nevada who had the foreclosure rates caused him to hand Obama the election on a silver platter. I am very disgusted with Obama at the present time. I would like to see someone someday run for president that is not bought and paid for by one entity or another. The two that I would have preferred would have been Chris Christie or John Huntsman both of these men are way more qualified than the two clowns that ran against each other during the last election.
Jon Huntsman would have been a great choice. He was my favorite.

Herman Cain would have been a disaster.

Do you ever notice? When candidates run commercials? All they talk about is how crooked each other is.

They have to lie, they hope someone will believe some of their lies.

They need to put them on 2 years for Congress. Three years as President, with no benefits for any of them. They are wealthy, if they aren't they will be, when they leave Congress. Nothing from the sale of a book or books they write. All proceeds go to Feed The Children.

Supreme Court - 1 year only, never lifetime.
d pantz

United States

#501 Sep 6, 2013
anonymous13 wrote:
At the time it was a pathetic choice who to vote for for president. Romney was pathetic. His only accomplishment in life was to be born in the "lucky sperm" club and through his bain capital vulture corporation to ship many decent jobs to slave labor nations. His 47% statement along with the let Detroit go Bankrupt concerning the US auto companies while campaigning in Michigan and let the foreclosure process take its place while campaigning in Nevada who had the foreclosure rates caused him to hand Obama the election on a silver platter. I am very disgusted with Obama at the present time. I would like to see someone someday run for president that is not bought and paid for by one entity or another. The two that I would have preferred would have been Chris Christie or John Huntsman both of these men are way more qualified than the two clowns that ran against each other during the last election.
after the debates there was really no difference (that mattered) in the the president and romney. I think this was obvious to many people as many people simply didn't vote.
What's funny is bain donated to the obama campaign.
d pantz

United States

#502 Sep 6, 2013
Real Tea Party wrote:
<quoted text>
Ron Paul would be a good choice but the stupid RINOs are too ignorant and misinformed.
every body is critical of his theories on foreign policy but I think its great. I like his Chinese troops in Texas campaign ad...
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I thought it was pretty powerful.
Enzyte Bob

United States

#505 Sep 6, 2013
Republicans also have reason to suspect that Obama’s decision to request congressional approval was an effort to put them on the spot–and his ludicrous denial yesterday that he “set a red line” or that his credibility is at stake reinforces that view.

The fierce watchdogs of the press, confronted with this brazen falsehood, show themselves once again to be Obama’s pet hamsters. Instead of giving a “pants on fire” rating, PolitiFact.com ’s Jon Greenberg claims Obama was “reframing comments rather than denying them.” Greenberg can’t even say the statement is half true, so he withholds a rating altogether. Peter Baker of the New York Times has his own euphemisms, writing that Obama was “citing longstanding international norms” and “trying to break out of his isolation.” The funniest dodges come from Shawna Thomas of NBC News, who on Twitter calls Obama’s whopper “a definite change in tone” and an attempt “to unilaterally widen the circle of responsibility.”

That last one is priceless. Next time someone accuses you of trying to weasel out of a commitment, say you’re just trying to widen the circle of responsibility.
Enzyte Bob

United States

#506 Sep 6, 2013
Military Embarrassed by Obama's Amateurism
Robert Scales, Wash Post
Military Embarrassed by Obama's Amateurism
Robert Scales, Wash Post
momomo

Springfield, MA

#507 Sep 6, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Obama hasn't hidden anything from the American people. He has produced any and all documents, facts and information when asked to do so. Nothing has been hidden.
Unlike George W. Bush, when asked what he knew prior to 9/11/01. What does Chaney and him do? Instead of giving information seperately, they go in together behind closed doors. There were rules when they went in, certain questions could not be asked. Now we will not know in our lifetime what they knew. We can only speculate. Only after they have avoided going before a War Crimes Tribunal, will we ever know, the real truth.
so do you blame congress since they voted on it dem and rep, lolololol at least he went to congress, now obama finally goes to congress, and UN doesnt support nor the american people lololol get a clue
momomo

Springfield, MA

#508 Sep 6, 2013
also your friends the clintons voted for war lololol

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#510 Sep 6, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
...The funniest dodges come from Shawna Thomas of NBC News, who on Twitter calls Obama’s whopper “a definite change in tone” and an attempt “to unilaterally widen the circle of responsibility.”
That last one is priceless. Next time someone accuses you of trying to weasel out of a commitment, say you’re just trying to widen the circle of responsibility.
Obama: The First Teen President
d pantz

United States

#511 Sep 6, 2013
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
Now we know who Ron Paul's audience is.
did you watch the video kiddy? Here is another about democrats...
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I guess an "audience" would be interested in what they hear wouldn't they?
d pantz

United States

#512 Sep 6, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
Republicans also have reason to suspect that Obama’s decision to request congressional approval was an effort to put them on the spot–and his ludicrous denial yesterday that he “set a red line” or that his credibility is at stake reinforces that view.
The fierce watchdogs of the press, confronted with this brazen falsehood, show themselves once again to be Obama’s pet hamsters. Instead of giving a “pants on fire” rating, PolitiFact.com ’s Jon Greenberg claims Obama was “reframing comments rather than denying them.” Greenberg can’t even say the statement is half true, so he withholds a rating altogether. Peter Baker of the New York Times has his own euphemisms, writing that Obama was “citing longstanding international norms” and “trying to break out of his isolation.” The funniest dodges come from Shawna Thomas of NBC News, who on Twitter calls Obama’s whopper “a definite change in tone” and an attempt “to unilaterally widen the circle of responsibility.”
That last one is priceless. Next time someone accuses you of trying to weasel out of a commitment, say you’re just trying to widen the circle of responsibility.
I know, how stupid does he think the public is. Bold face lie about drawing a that "red line"

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