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#44 Oct 24, 2013
Angela Merkel is taking Obama to task for illegal phone and email taps, taking it rather personal even, souring US/German diplomatic ties. Also, the Germans are adding jobs and growing their economy at a rapid pace, while the US continues to lose jobs at an alarming rate.

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#46 Oct 24, 2013
All the worms are crawling out of the cans robot.
Qbama's administration is going to be on the 'hook'!
Sec. of state
IRS
NSA
DOD
GSA
DOE
there's so many and they're all corrupt!
FBI
CIA
SSB
"&" etc. "&" etc.

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#50 Oct 24, 2013
It has recently come to light that the Liberals have an actual guide hammered out to help them exploit gun tragedies to further the gun control agenda. The link to the actual booklet is in this article. Very interesting, very interesting indeed.

http://www.examiner.com/article/workman-revea...

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#51 Oct 24, 2013
http://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/748675/...
Just in case the other link failed. Anti-gun zealot liberals use this guide to be united in exploiting gun tragedies, using the same language and strategy to undermine the 2nd Amendment and your freedoms.

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#52 Oct 25, 2013
I'm hearing the ~gun tragedies~ are caused by them?
Something to do with pushing their ideologies on
unsuspective people.
(?) They have all been democrats, correct(?)

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#55 Nov 1, 2013
Obama mocks House Republicans for health care repeal vote

July 13, 2012

By Olivier Knox





On a campaign swing through the political battleground of Virginia, President Barack Obama on Friday mocked House Republicans for holding yet another vote against his landmark health care law. Thursday's action was the 33 rd time the president's foes in the House of Representatives voted to repeal or defund Obamacare in whole or in part.

"I notice the House of Representatives, the Republicans in the House of Representatives, they voted to repeal it again," Obama said at a rally in Virginia Beach.

"That was the 33 rd time they've done that—33 votes to repeal the health care bill. All it would take is one vote to make sure that all of you don't see your taxes go up next year. You tell me what would be a better use of time," the president said to cheers from the rowdy crowd.

He was referring to his call to extend the Bush-era tax cuts on incomes up to $250,000. Obama wants to see the reductions for higher brackets expire, as scheduled, come Jan. 1. Republicans want to extend all of the tax cuts.

House Republicans plan to vote the final week of July on legislation to prolong the tax cuts for all income levels. The party's majority in the chamber is expected to approve that easily. And Democrats in tough re-election battles could swing behind Speaker John Boehner.

"The unemployment rate is 8.2%. This month Republicans will vote to stop the looming tax hike. The President would like to raise taxes," a spokesman for Boehner, Brendan Buck, said on Twitter.

Obama also defended his record on taxes, underlining that he had signed into law repeated tax cuts for middle class Americans—and got in a dig at a favorite target, Fox News Channel. "Just in case some of your friends and neighbors, or you know, Uncle Jim, who's a little stubborn and has been watching Fox News and he thinks that somehow I raised taxes, let's just be clear: We've lowered taxes for middle class families since I came into office," he said.

And Obama even got in a little jab at lawmakers. The president said—as he has been saying on the stump—that this "will be my last campaign." When that got boos and disappointed "awwws," he quipped: "There's a term limit thing in the presidency. This isn't like Congress, I can't just keep on running."

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#56 Nov 1, 2013
What goes around comes around!

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#57 Nov 7, 2013
Rand Paul speaking on house floor concerning passage of legislation 'laws' passed by congress.
http://www.youtube.com/embed/svGDZOW-brA...

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#58 Nov 10, 2013

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#59 Nov 11, 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Is politics dirty, dig into this election he's talking about.
Check out the 3rd party candidate.
I hear Obama backed him.
You know he don't like Ted?

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#60 Nov 14, 2013
It truly seems ironic That Ted Cruz 1st asked to defund Obamacare and then simply to postpone it and Obama wouldn't even talk about it.
And Ted was accused of causing a government shutdown (???) but who's fault does it look like now?
Obama's signature healthcare has just been postponed for 1 year by (himself). Why not, he's taken the law into his own hands on so many other occasions. Don't you think changing laws by a president is giving him just a little too much authority-president or not?

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#61 Nov 14, 2013
Uh hooiser he didn't postpone the whole thing. Ugh he postponed the part of the law that was causing some existing policies to be unlawful and therefore causing ppl to get cancellation notices. Those policies will not cancel for a year that way the insurance companies have a chance to make those policies acceptable to the new laws.
I posted on ur nwo thread. And shocker!!! I agreed with ya n threw ur tin foil hat away;)

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#62 Nov 14, 2013
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
It truly seems ironic That Ted Cruz 1st asked to defund Obamacare and then simply to postpone it and Obama wouldn't even talk about it.
And Ted was accused of causing a government shutdown (???) but who's fault does it look like now?
Obama's signature healthcare has just been postponed for 1 year by (himself). Why not, he's taken the law into his own hands on so many other occasions. Don't you think changing laws by a president is giving him just a little too much authority-president or not?
I haven't heard. Obama decided to give individuals the same breaks he is giving to big business? Gonna be a lot of pissed off Democrats.

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#63 Nov 14, 2013
It won't be around this time next year anyway, if it is it will have cost taxpayers at least a trillion.
What's your guess what our national debt bill be when Hussein leaves office? Mine is 22 Trillion
unless it's seriously curbed with the budget bill that's coming up. WOW another fiasco!
But the public will forget about that in a month or 2 also until the taxes start hitting harder and those that never paid taxes find out they're going to have to start. Yes, even Welfare recipients!

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#64 Nov 27, 2013
http://www.edgeboston.com/index.php...

Excerpt:
Seeking a new generation of leaders, social conservatives are looking for a lot more than opposition to gay marriage and abortion.

An annual summit of faith leaders and conservative activists gave a platform to a new wave of Republican leaders, who derided President Barack Obama’s health care law, his steering of the economy and foreign policy along with a more traditional litany of social issues.

In what amounted to an audition, Senate Republicans like Ted Cruz of Texas described a nation teetering on "the edge of a cliff" while Rand Paul of Kentucky said U.S. foreign policy needed to stop a "war on Christianity." Mike Lee of Utah said the nation’s economic problems represented "moral threats" to the stability of families.

"We can’t stop talking about the importance of our values and our culture," said Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, who joined a parade of prominent GOP leaders at the Values Voter Summit on Friday. "We can’t stop talking about them because the moral well-being of our people is directly linked to their economic well-being."

Organizers said Saturday that Cruz won the event’s straw poll of possible 2016 presidential candidates with 42 percent, followed by Dr. Ben Carson and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum with 13 percent. Paul and Rubio placed fourth and fifth, respectively, offering an informal popularity contest among the roughly 2,000 attendees.

PS: Old news sometimes takes on new light!

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#66 Dec 2, 2013
2 hrs. ago and it's on page 4, come on Topix what's the deal?

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#67 Dec 31, 2013
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
(Washington Examiner)- For Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell, enough was enough.
The Senate’s top Republican had watched a Tea Party-drivengovernment shutdown sink the GOP’s already-weak brand and jeopardize McConnell’s own chances of ever becoming majority leader. The solution, he concluded, was that the party’s so-called Establishment had to start fighting back against its most conservative wing.
I got news for you, you Ol'fogy, it's time you hung your hat up and moved out of the way. You've made a career of politics and completely lost touch with the people.
Its time for the shakers and movers to take over, the younger generation that's for the people. A good house and senate cleaning is well over due. O! and. take your out dated democrat buddies with you, none of you will be missed.
A new establishment can't be built on an old platform and "WE" need new blood in the economy to get this country going again.
*=* I still believe that!*=*

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#68 Dec 31, 2013
So, is it Tea Party and Conservatives that made a mess of Obamacare ACA? Bush? No?
Oh my, it was Democrats and Obama. And millenials that refuse to sign up? Oh dear.

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#69 Dec 31, 2013
I can only imagine the outrage and how this would be all over every news outlet if foxnews or republican's spoke in such a manner:

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/12/...

Let's make fun of the adopted black child and the family that adopted it. Ha ha ha! What a riot!!!! IT'S SO FUNNY!

If you are a news network that actively promotes the mentality that many minorities are too ignorant to know any better or how to care for themselves and therefore must be taken cared for by someone as a ward (which is ironically the same thing slave masters said when arguing against giving slaves freedom ... same argument advanced by a segregated military when blacks weren't allowed to fly airplanes in combat or serve on the front line ... they are too dumb and ignorant to know any better), this type of conduct is perfectly okay tho.

Move along, nothing to see here.

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#70 Dec 31, 2013
What'd he say?

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