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Tea Party Republican Millionaire Paul Ryan, the Millionaire's Best Friend.....

Busted: Paul Ryan Left $1-5 Million Trust Off ...- PoliticusUSA
www.politicususa.com/.../busted-paul-ryans-1-... ...- Similar to Busted: Paul Ryan Left $1-5 Million Trust Off ...- PoliticusUSA
Aug 16, 2012 ... Paul Ryan and his wife inherited between 1-5 million dollars and didn't disclose it for two years. Ryan previously checked yes to blind trust on ...

Busted: Paul Ryan Left $1-5 Million Trust Off Disclosure Forms ...
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Paul Ryan and his wife inherited between $1-5 million in 2010 and whoopsie ... an income producing trust worth between 1-5 million dollars.

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Posted: 08/14/2012 10:26 am Updated: 08/14/2012 5:03 pm ... Paul Ryan's average net worth is $4.9 million, according to his publicly available financial disclosures.... Since assets and liabilities are listed in dollar ranges, it is impossible to ...

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The Tea Party is OVER

The lunatic fringe of the GOP known as the Tea Party, is home to the over zealous religious right, ideologues, professional haters, paranoid gun owners, single-issue voters and other individuals who want to cast a larger shadow than they believe they are entitled to. Combined, these people may represent 30 to 40 percent of the Republican Party. The Tea Party is not likely to draw too many more followers from the more rational voters of either party.

The rational moderate Republican leaders are dropping these radicals like a hot potato. The Democrats have known all along these radical obstructionists would be a flash in the pan...Only problem is there are still some Americans that refuse to open their eyes.

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KarlVIIIII wrote:
The Tea Party is OVER
The lunatic fringe of the GOP known as the Tea Party, is home to the over zealous religious right, ideologues, professional haters, paranoid gun owners, single-issue voters and other individuals who want to cast a larger shadow than they believe they are entitled to. Combined, these people may represent 30 to 40 percent of the Republican Party. The Tea Party is not likely to draw too many more followers from the more rational voters of either party.
The rational moderate Republican leaders are dropping these radicals like a hot potato. The Democrats have known all along these radical obstructionists would be a flash in the pan...Only problem is there are still some Americans that refuse to open their eyes.
Cite your source. BUT keep saying it if it makes you FEEL better.

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Respect71 wrote:
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Cite your source. BUT keep saying it if it makes you FEEL better.
I do not need a "source" to see the obvious.....You on the other hand have to be spoon fed your radical viewpoint....Sad, truly Sad.....

Wake UP

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KarlVIIIII wrote:
<quoted text>I do not need a "source" to see the obvious.....You on the other hand have to be spoon fed your radical viewpoint....Sad, truly Sad.....

Wake UP
No you don't need to source... You are the source. You're the lest it's who know all things.

How's your party handing the recalls? Dealing okay? Yeah. Not so much.

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I cannot believe anyone would be, selfish enough, or stupid enough to support the Republican party. The Brookings Institution put it best when they said, "The Republican Party is more dangerous to the security of the United States than Al Qaida".

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Respect71 wrote:
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No you don't need to source... You are the source. You're the lest it's who know all things.
How's your party handing the recalls? Dealing okay? Yeah. Not so much.
Cite your source.....HA

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KarlVIIIII wrote:
I cannot believe anyone would be, selfish enough, or stupid enough to support the Republican party. The Brookings Institution put it best when they said, "The Republican Party is more dangerous to the security of the United States than Al Qaida".
I can believe it....you can see it in how many of the fools on here, have been brainwashed into defending the mutant GOP, with little to no understanding about what multi-national corporations are really pulling the strings for their party.....Or continuing to attack this President over their collective racism and the manufactured outrage factors they have been taught to embrace.....
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Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>No you don't need to source... You are the source. You're the lest it's who know all things.

How's your party handing the recalls? Dealing okay? Yeah. Not so much.
There are articles all over the net if you can read, one says its time for the Republican Party to divorce the Tea party.
They better do it soon if they don't want to be destroyed by the Tea partyz

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KarlVIIIII wrote:
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Cite your source.....HA
You got me... Except, I didnít make any claim such as you did. So really you got nothing.

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Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> I can believe it....you can see it in how many of the fools on here, have been brainwashed into defending the mutant GOP, with little to no understanding about what multi-national corporations are really pulling the strings for their party.....Or continuing to attack this President over their collective racism and the manufactured outrage factors they have been taught to embrace.....
As opposed to being leftist, socialists, who believes you are smarter than everyone else and need big government to force people and business to believe like you do?

Americans arenít that way.

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guest wrote:
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There are articles all over the net if you can read, one says its time for the Republican Party to divorce the Tea party.
They better do it soon if they don't want to be destroyed by the Tea partyz
Yet you canít post one.

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KarlVIIIII wrote:
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I do not need a "source" to see the obvious.....You on the other hand have to be spoon fed your radical viewpoint....Sad, truly Sad.....
Wake UP
Truthfully you need a great deal more than a source, and you fall far short.
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Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>Yet you can’t post one.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/18/opinion/grander...
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Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>Yet you can’t post one.
Boehner "Are you kidding me"
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karl42 wrote:
The GOP, the Grand Ole' Phony, the party of lies and liars, has perfected the twisting of facts to a new high art form.
Republicans used to be somewhat decent and reasonable people, for example Nelson Rockefeller. That was before the advent of Ronald Ray Gun and the headlong decent into reactionary dogma, zealotry, quasi pseudo-religious-political nuts, Rush, Sarah, Glenn, Ann, Sean and the rest who are currently making the party a fringe lunatic club.
In any event, to be a Republican, you have to lie, and believe in lies. You have to be the kind of person unwilling to believe the truth, but to believe what you want to believe. Or the kind of person who wouldn't pay their rent who my former landlord used to say, "You can't deal with people like that."
----------Want to see a lie? How about - "If you like your health insurance, you can keep your health insurance. Period!"

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LOL. Nice OPINION piece. Anything with any factual evidence?

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Hard Truth wrote:
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----------Want to see a lie? How about - "If you like your health insurance, you can keep your health insurance. Period!"
The leftists on this thread believe in lies your force their agendaÖ They donít care about Americans like they say. They only care about government power over the American people. Especially the one who donít believe as they. Force them to believe their beliefs of utopian health care, Global Warming (ooo sorry, thatís ďclimate changeĒ since the globe hasnít warmed in 20 years),ďsocial justiceĒ, and removing right and freedom from all Americans who donít hold a position of power.

We have a long repetitive battle to fight, but America and Americans is worth it.

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Respect71 wrote:
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As opposed to being leftist, socialists, who believes you are smarter than everyone else and need big government to force people and business to believe like you do?
Americans arenít that way.
Do you think, that you could still post semi-intelligently....without all the labels?

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Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Do you think, that you could still post semi-intelligently....without all the labels?
In the real world, words have meaning. There is nothing ďsemi-intelligentĒ about describing the truth. Especially in a thread dedicated to lies.

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