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Inhofe: Tornado 'totally different' from Hurricane Sandy

There are 265 comments on the The Washington Post story from May 21, 2013, titled Inhofe: Tornado 'totally different' from Hurricane Sandy. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

The senator appeared to be referring to the fact that some funds from the Sandy package for the Federal Highway Administration could go to the Virgin Islands, as well as $2 million allocated to the Smithsonian for roofs damaged by the storm.

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“True Gun Control”

Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#271 Jun 11, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
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Non-denial noted.
hahahahahahahahahahaha
Yes, denial is part of your mantra pookie......abbbbbba dabbbbba doo

“True Gun Control”

Since: Nov 08

Perpignan

#272 Jun 11, 2013
x0x0x wrote:
<quoted text>That's about 8% of the US population. 92% of us are doing pretty damn well but of course, you like to focus on the negatives instead of the positives.
Do you wish your fellow Americans would starve?
That's rhetorical. Obviously
you'd kill them with your
own bare hands, given the chance.
Republitards like you only value
the life of fertilized eggs, not
actual living, breathing men,
women and children.
PS: Many Americans on food stamps
are unemployed, handicapped, Vets,
current Military and single parents etc.
You hate them because.....?
Because you're a hateful, miserable, angry,
envious, pathetic pos.
There is nothing to envy pookie, not with 2.4 million more people without jobs than when Obama took office.
conservative crapola

Allentown, PA

#273 Jun 11, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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False...i.e. lie.

“BILLARY 2016 ”

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#274 Jun 13, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>There is nothing to envy pookie, not with 2.4 million more people without jobs than when Obama took office.
Just this morning on the news....
Data shows more Americans are getting college degrees.
The stock market is at 15,000+)2x what it was when Bush left office.
By the year 2020, the US will lead the world in oil production.
4 out of 10 women earn more than their spouses.
Equal rights for the LGBT community are marching forward.
Healthcare will be readily available to all Americans by 2014.

As much as you want the glass to be half empty, most Americans are "the glass half full" types. I'm just thankful you aren't in any position of power and all you can do is whine ad nauseum on topix about your misery. What a sad sack you are....
An American

Gardner, MA

#275 Jun 13, 2013
x0x0x wrote:
<quoted text>Just this morning on the news....
Data shows more Americans are getting college degrees.
The stock market is at 15,000+)2x what it was when Bush left office.
By the year 2020, the US will lead the world in oil production.
4 out of 10 women earn more than their spouses.
Equal rights for the LGBT community are marching forward.
Healthcare will be readily available to all Americans by 2014.
As much as you want the glass to be half empty, most Americans are "the glass half full" types. I'm just thankful you aren't in any position of power and all you can do is whine ad nauseum on topix about your misery. What a sad sack you are....
This is precisely correct. Republicans have plenty of fun and can sure take the easy way out by contradicting everything said, contrarion possitions on anything proposed, uncopperative in any discussions, negative comments and excuses for everything under the sun BUT, what today's Republicans find immpossible to accomplish is when it comes to the hard part, this is to be reasonable, accepting responsibility for their part, cooperating with positive actions in effort to progress the country forward, propose realistic, meaningful policies or ideas, this is where they fall shamefully short.

Enjoy electoral oblivion Republicans cause you're running down the same road that got you trounced in the last 2 elections, War on Women's bodies, hating on Minorities, saying you care about Jobs and proposing more Abortion bills, giving tax breaks to multinational corporations, big oil and gas subsities on and on, Go Hillary!!

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