The President has failed us

This week, I decided to list the reasons I would not vote for Barack Obama in the next election. Read more
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201487 Oct 27, 2013
Jackie Kennedy vs Michelle Obama

Elegance vs. Hip hop!

BLECHHHHH
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201488 Oct 27, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
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Again with the Asian hate. Asians fit into a white man's world. Blacks and Hispanics don't.
Note the behavior of the Japanese when they were hit with hurricanes, earthquakes and tidal waves.

Blacks and Mexicans went wild rioting with Hurricane Katrina

We're better than they are
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201489 Oct 27, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
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Face it Rose! You said it never happened. I posted the link to prove you are a liar. There is no doubt in anyones mind that you are a raunchy old hag with a potty mouth. There is no mistaking you for high society. Just wore out trailer trash bitter about how your life has turned out.
That potty mouth is why her husband slaps her around every now and again

Rose, like Rico, lowers property value

She also created the story of a MIA brother that turned out to be a fraud!
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201490 Oct 27, 2013
Run Rose Run!
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201491 Oct 27, 2013
VorenusI wrote:
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Precisely,
Those two sexually deprived losers have nothing better to do than spend hours on end making a federal case out of nothing.
They claim to be wheelers and dealers in the business world, yet they spend half their lives playing girlie games on Topix.
I wish Quirky the toy expert would turn 'em on to Barbie dolls so they could get their rocks off or pass out trying....
That might keep 'em from making fools of themselves,
....Publicly, that is.
bitter, envious Latino

“RELAX”

Level 8

Since: Dec 12

EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT

#201492 Oct 27, 2013
Billys FB Friend wrote:
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Note the behavior of the Japanese when they were hit with hurricanes, earthquakes and tidal waves.
Blacks and Mexicans went wild rioting with Hurricane Katrina
We're better than they are
Asians and Aryans build civilization. Africans and Mexicans tear civilization down.

“The Beast Within”

Level 5

Since: Oct 12

Paradise, Calif

#201493 Oct 27, 2013
Billys FB Friend wrote:
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"Opinions vary." - Dalton. "Road House."
"Opinions Vary" - Patrick Swayze

TO WONG FOO, Thanks For Everything Julie Newmar

http://youtu.be/-rYu54xjX7A

Vita, The Boy in the Dress
Sunlight Foundation com

West Sayville, NY

#201494 Oct 27, 2013
freebird wrote:
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http://www.rightwingnews.com/quotes/if-the-bu...
Since we haven’t found WMD in Iraq, a lot of the anti-war/anti-Democrats, who have told the same “lies” since the inspectors pulled out of Iraq in 1998.
You are correct but that was then and early in the Bush/Cheney administration Iraq invasion was talked about at the first Bush/Cheney cabinet meeting.

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Colin Powell Saying He Was Misled Before UN Speech on WMDs
&fe ature=related

Powell and Rice assure everyone Iraq is NO THREAT pre-9/11 in July 2001.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Charlie Rose - Sir Jeremy Greenstock:‘Tony Blair knew Iraq had no nuclear capability’/ http://tinyurl.com/6bc7vn
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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General Anthony Zinni, USMC,(Ret.) Remarks at CDI Board of Directors Dinner, May 12, 2004

I think the first mistake that was made was misjudging the success of containment. I heard the president say, not too long ago, I believe it was with the interview with Tim Russert that ... I'm not sure ... but at some point I heard him say that "containment did not work." That's not true.

So to say containment didn't work, I think is not only wrong from the experiences we had then, but the proof is in the pudding, in what kind of military our troops faced when we went in there.

The third mistake, I think was one we repeated from Vietnam, we had to create a false rationale for going in to get public support. The books were cooked, in my mind. The intelligence was not there. I testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee one month before the war, and Senator Lugar asked me: "General Zinni, do you feel the threat from Saddam Hussein is imminent?" I said: "No, not at all. It was not an imminent threat. Not even close. Not grave, gathering, imminent, serious, severe, mildly upsetting, none of those."
http://www.juancole.com/2004/05/zinni-on-what...

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Gen. Anthony Zinni, USMC,(Ret.) Remarks at CDI Board of Directors Dinner, May 12, 2004 /
The sixth mistake, and maybe the biggest one, was propping up and trusting the exiles, the infamous "Gucci Guerillas" from London. We bought into their intelligence reports. To the credit of the CIA, they didn't buy into it, so I guess the Defense Department created its own boutique intelligence agency to vet them. And we ended up with a group that fed us bad information. That led us to believe that we would be welcomed with flowers in the streets; that led us to believe that this would be a cakewalk.

When I testified before Congress in 1998, after a grilling from Senator McCain and all those wonderful senators supported the Iraqi Liberation Act, and I told them that these guys are not credible and they are going to lead us into something they we will regret. At that time, they were pushing a plan that Central Command would supply air support and special forces, and we would put it into Iraq, and they would pied piper their way up to Baghdad and the whole place would fall apart. This plan was created by two senate staffers and a retired General. I happened to be the commander of central command, nobody bothered to ask me about how my troops would be used. And they were a little bit upset about me being upset about this.
These exiles did not have credibility inside the country or in the region. Not only did they not have credibility, it was clear that the information they were providing us many times was not correct and accurate. We believed in them. We also brought them in with us and deemed them into the governing council and the reception by Iraqis has been, to say the least, has not been great.
http://www.juancole.com/2004/05/zinni-on-what...
Sunlight Foundation com

West Sayville, NY

#201497 Oct 27, 2013
freebird wrote:
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http://www.rightwingnews.com/quotes/if-the-bu...
Since we haven’t found WMD in Iraq, a lot of the anti-war/anti-Bush crowd is saying that the Bush administration lied about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. Well, if they’re going to claim that the Bush administration lied, then there sure are a lot of other people, including quite a few prominent Democrats, who have told the same “lies” since the inspectors pulled out of Iraq in 1998.
O'Neill lashes 'blind man' Bush
A former US treasury secretary has given an unflattering account of his time under President George W Bush./ 10 January, 2004 / http://tinyurl.com/3euqro
Paul O'Neill describes Mr Bush as being disengaged and says that at cabinet meetings the president was like a blind man in a room full of deaf people.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/338...

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Bush Sought ‘Way’ To Invade Iraq?
O'Neill Tells '60 Minutes' Iraq Was 'Topic A ' 8 Months Before 9-11
Jan. 11, 2004 http://tinyurl.com/9jqge
CBS) A year ago, Paul O'Neill was fired from his job as George Bush's Treasury Secretary for disagreeing too many times with the president's policy on tax cuts.

In the book, O’Neill says that the president did not make decisions in a methodical way: there was no free-flow of ideas or open debate.

At cabinet meetings, he says the president was "like a blind man in a roomful of deaf people. There is no discernible connection," forcing top officials to act "on little more than hunches about what the president might think."

This is what O'Neill says happened at his first hour-long, one-on-one meeting with Mr. Bush:“I went in with a long list of things to talk about, and I thought to engage on and as the book says, I was surprised that it turned out me talking, and the president just listening … As I recall, it was mostly a monologue.”

He also says that President Bush was disengaged, at least on domestic issues, and that disturbed him. And he says that wasn't his experience when he worked as a top official under Presidents Nixon and Ford, or the way he ran things when he was chairman of Alcoa.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/01/09/60m...
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201498 Oct 27, 2013
---Wild Irish Rose--- wrote:
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LOL! I don't need to deny something I never did. I never sent you any private messages ever, and I never sent you any pictures. You outright lied. It's part of the game you and your lover POS are playing.
What a couple of schmucks. And what did you accomplish? Absolutely nothing except to prove what lying, instigating, chit-stirring punks you two are, and everyone knows it, loser.
Good job!
You tried to get a ton of personal information on me when I first started posting Rose.

I made the mistake of trusting you.

“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#201499 Oct 27, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
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Asians and Aryans build civilization. Africans and Mexicans tear civilization down.
The Sudanese-Italian Relations: the Sudanese-Italian Economic Forum
http://news.sudanvisiondaily.com/details.html
The Sudanese-Italian relations are deep-rooted dating back to the Kush Kingdom and the Roman Empire when correspondence, emissaries, ambassadors and trade were exchanged between the two nations.
This is demonstrated by ports on the Red Sea area, with Roman names and Latin antiquities found in buildings and temples in Meroe and Musawarat, in addition to ancient scripts in Latin that showed Roman culture existed in the Sudan in the past.

Level 2

Since: Nov 09

United States

#201500 Oct 27, 2013
American Lady wrote:
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The comment you were referring to says that you admit to being on some heavy anti-psychotic medication...... however, we knew that already.
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201501 Oct 27, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
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Asians and Aryans build civilization. Africans and Mexicans tear civilization down.
They cannot compete with us in a fair, level playing field. Thats why they need "affirmative action" programs that discriminate against the better qualified candidates.
Billys FB Friend

Tempe, AZ

#201502 Oct 27, 2013
Rebel wrote:
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How sad to be you.
Pitiful richard Guerra aka Rico from East LA...

Level 2

Since: Nov 09

United States

#201503 Oct 27, 2013
Billys FB Friend wrote:
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Why do I have a feeling you will be getting called a "liar" in the next few minutes?
When was the last time you didn't post a comment while laying on your back?

“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#201504 Oct 27, 2013
Americans lacking in basic skills
http://money.cnn.com/2013/10/24/news/economy/...
American adult proficiency in literacy, numeracy and problem solving ranks as some of the lowest among developed countries, despite a relatively high level of education, according to a recent survey.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#201505 Oct 27, 2013
Rebel wrote:
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“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#201506 Oct 27, 2013
Lack of civic education does not bode well for nation
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/lack-...
In the last decade an alarming trend has developed that will have a long lasting impact on America's citizenry. Most states do not emphasize civic education in their schools, which includes learning about the U.S. Constitution, voting, jury duty, government, law, current events and related topics.

America's school systems are in an era of dwindling budgets and expanding needs. Social studies courses — history, government, and civics — are not teaching the basics of American government, which is dramatically impacting the civics skills of students.
The Mack

Los Angeles, CA

#201507 Oct 27, 2013
Billys FB Friend wrote:
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Note the behavior of the Japanese when they were hit with hurricanes, earthquakes and tidal waves.
Blacks and Mexicans went wild rioting with Hurricane Katrina
We're better than they are
You blow better than a hurricane.
The Mack

Los Angeles, CA

#201510 Oct 27, 2013
Billys FB Friend wrote:
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bitter, envious Latino
Try some Listerine.

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