OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

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TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44103 Jun 21, 2013
The King comes on here like he is the Almighty King of all and call everyone names and expect someone to pay attention to what his/her views are. The is the funniest joke on here in a long time!

Hello Ray/Justi, hope you all are good and well!
Maddy

United States

#44104 Jun 21, 2013
Former IRS Commissioner, Douglas Shulman testified before congress about his extraordinary number of visits (depending on which source you use 152 all the way up to 161 visits)to the White House. When asked why he visited so many times he replied "For the Easter Egg Hunt with my daughter." Now it is being reported that his Deputy Chief of Staff visited 310 times from 2009 to early 2013. This raises even more questions to why it would be necessary for the IRS to visit the White House this many times since the Deputy Chief of Staff, Jonathan M. Davis, has very limited tax policy knowledge, why it was necessary for him to make almost double the amounts of visits to the White House.

*6/21/2013
The Examiner

The King

Edmond, OK

#44105 Jun 21, 2013
Jake wrote:
cronyism and taking care of the rich? Who's guilty of that? Who carried 6 of the 7 wealthiest communities? If you want to call them scumbags it's ok by me :-)
You ignorance is right up there with Zane's.
And naturally you dismiss how the GOP became the Party of the One Percent.
Jake

United States

#44106 Jun 21, 2013
The King wrote:
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You ignorance is right up there with Zane's.
And naturally you dismiss how the GOP became the Party of the One Percent.
Answer the questions or STFU you have nothing of relevance in your post. Now who's the ignorant one?
Stephen

United States

#44107 Jun 21, 2013
Jake wrote:
cronyism and taking care of the rich? Who's guilty of that? Who carried 6 of the 7 wealthiest communities? If you want to call them scumbags it's ok by me :-)
Doubt you get an answer. The truth hits to close to home.
The King

Edmond, OK

#44108 Jun 21, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
The King comes on here like he is the Almighty King of all and call everyone names and expect someone to pay attention to what his/her views are. The is the funniest joke on here in a long time!
Hello Ray/Justi, hope you all are good and well!
I see 2 lies in that paragraph.
You're easier than a Kardashian.
The King

Edmond, OK

#44109 Jun 21, 2013
Jake wrote:
<quoted text>
Answer the questions or STFU you have nothing of relevance in your post. Now who's the ignorant one?
You just surpassed Zane.
Stephen

United States

#44110 Jun 21, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
The King comes on here like he is the Almighty King of all and call everyone names and expect someone to pay attention to what his/her views are. The is the funniest joke on here in a long time!
Hello Ray/Justi, hope you all are good and well!
Predictable and boring....sorta funny too ;-)
Stephen

United States

#44111 Jun 21, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
He's not the first or the last to mysteriously die recently. Is this what NSA is helping to do?
In an email sent hours before his death in a fiery single-car crash in Los Angeles Tuesday, award-winning journalist Michael Hastings reportedly wrote that he was working on a “big story” and was going to “go off the radar for a bit.”
The subject of the email was “FBI investigation re: NSA,” KTLA reports.
A copy of the email, sent on Monday, was reportedly provided to KTLA by Staff Sgt. Joseph Biggs, who was a recipient of the email.
“Hey [redacted copy], the Feds are interviewing my ‘close friends and associates.’ Perhaps if authorities arrive ‘BuzzFeed GQ’, er HQ, may be wise to immediately request legal counsel before any conversations or interviews about our news-gathering practices or related journalism issues,” Hastings wrote in the email.
“Also: I’m onto a big story, and need to go off the radar for a bit,” he added.“All the best, and hope to see you all soon.” He signed the letter,“Michael.”
Roughly 15 hours, 33-year-old Hastings was dead.
The new revelation will certainly do nothing to tone down the unfounded conspiracy theories that have been wildly spreading across the Internet. Many of the theories have implied that the journalist was murdered by powerful forces within the U.S. government.
“Hastings was researching a story about a privacy lawsuit brought by Florida socialist Jill Kelley against the Department of Defense and the FBI,” the LA Times reports.
He was supposed to meet with a representative of Kelley next week in L.A. to discuss the case, a source close to Kelley told the Times.
Sgt. Biggs told KTLA Hastings’ email “alarmed me very much…I just said it doesn’t seem like him. I don’t know, I just had this gut feeling and it just really bothered me.”
“I’m going to be willing to help and do whatever I can and make sure that people look into this story and make sure they find out whatever happened,” Biggs added.
WikiLeaks on Wednesday also alleged on Twitter that Hastings contacted a lawyer with the organization hours before his death.
“Michael Hastings contacted WikiLeaks lawyer Jennifer Robinson just a few hours before he died, saying that the FBI was investigating him,” the group wrote on Twitter.
The FBI denies that they were ever investigating Hastings.
Meanwhile, investigators are still look into what caused Hastings to crash on Tuesday. They are trying to find out if the car had a technical problem or if he may have had a medical condition that caused him to wreck.
Hastings wrote for BuzzFeed and Rolling Stone. He was arguably best known for his 2010 Rolling Stone profile that led to Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s resignation.
hmmm... when is the M.E. report supposed to come out?
Stephen

United States

#44112 Jun 21, 2013
Maddy wrote:
Former IRS Commissioner, Douglas Shulman testified before congress about his extraordinary number of visits (depending on which source you use 152 all the way up to 161 visits)to the White House. When asked why he visited so many times he replied "For the Easter Egg Hunt with my daughter." Now it is being reported that his Deputy Chief of Staff visited 310 times from 2009 to early 2013. This raises even more questions to why it would be necessary for the IRS to visit the White House this many times since the Deputy Chief of Staff, Jonathan M. Davis, has very limited tax policy knowledge, why it was necessary for him to make almost double the amounts of visits to the White House.
*6/21/2013
The Examiner
Lots of discussions, plotting and planning....LOL.
The King

Edmond, OK

#44113 Jun 21, 2013
Stephen wrote:
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Predictable and boring....sorta funny too ;-)
Look at the pansy run...
Stephen

United States

#44114 Jun 21, 2013
The King wrote:
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You just surpassed Zane.
It's ok I told him you wouldn't answer.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#44115 Jun 21, 2013
The King wrote:
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I see 2 lies in that paragraph.
You're easier than a Kardashian.
AND you are so predictable. Now have a good one!
Jake

United States

#44116 Jun 21, 2013
Stephen wrote:
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It's ok I told him you wouldn't answer.
Like you said predictable and boring,lol.
The King

Edmond, OK

#44117 Jun 21, 2013
Stephen wrote:
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It's ok I told him you wouldn't answer.
Yet he refused to respond to my post about the GOP being the Party of the Rich.
Why is that?
Jake

United States

#44118 Jun 21, 2013
What was that Clinton used to say? Oh yeah, "nice tie". But what he really meant and everyone knew it including the person who he said it to, was F.U....!

LOL

Nice tie... Al Malik ah, I mean The King ah, I mean Janbaz.
The King

Edmond, OK

#44119 Jun 21, 2013
Jake wrote:
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Like you said predictable and boring,lol.
Is someone talking? I just hear a buzzing noise, like a fly.

Where's that can of DDT?
Jake

United States

#44120 Jun 21, 2013
Stephen wrote:
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Lots of discussions, plotting and planning....LOL.
One thing for sure he wasn't attending the Easter Egg Hunt since that only happens once a year.

LMAO
Zane

United States

#44121 Jun 21, 2013
The King wrote:
<quoted text>
Is someone talking? I just hear a buzzing noise, like a fly.
Where's that can of DDT?
One of Karen's favorite sayings? BUSTED AGAIN....

LMAO, over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over,
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...big breath......HEHEHEEHEHEHEHEHEH E
The King

Edmond, OK

#44122 Jun 21, 2013
Jake wrote:
What was that Clinton used to say? Oh yeah, "nice tie". But what he really meant and everyone knew it including the person who he said it to, was F.U....!
LOL
Nice tie... Al Malik ah, I mean The King ah, I mean Janbaz.
Are you trying to say something, douche? You're mumbling and struggling with the subject.

The King? Think local, ape.

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