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Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#848515 Jan 27, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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You get it?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.. .that's hilarious...
We should not believe any science?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.. .only the science you find PC:>
I can't decide if you are more evasive than stupid or more stupid than evasive.
It's a scientific dilemma.
Must really be painful when you are reminded of just how idiotic and stupid you are, huh? But that's the only two models that baggers come in.
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#848516 Jan 27, 2013
John Galt wrote:
25,000 today at gun show in Costa Mesa, CA
Ammo flying off the shelves.
Paranoid nutcases, being led around by the NRA, who plays idiots like you for the dumb suckers that you are. Whiney azzed fatboy.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#848517 Jan 27, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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FDR got us into WWII? Did you ever hear about Pearl Harbor?
Let's examine what would have happened if we didn't get involved in the European Theater. Before one American set foot on the European continent the Soviets had soundly defeated the German Sixth army and was heading west. Without American forces occupying the bulk of western Europe the Soviets would have marched right to the Atlantic and the Iron Curtain would have encompassed France, Italy , Belgium, Holland and the Scandinavian countries with Spain likely falling in short order. It would have been the Soviets that captured German rocket technology and Werner Von Braun would have been working for them.
Wow. You have such brilliantly genius 20/20 vision of what could have been.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Let me join you in your visionary talents, Dood: you *could have* made a great comedian.

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Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#848519 Jan 27, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
Funny how the nitwit Party attacks Obma over Benghazi, yet didn't care as more than 30 Americans were killed in Embassy attacks while Bush was President???
Or the biggest failure in American History, when Bush allowed terrorists to kill 3,000 people on 9-11-01.
Read the transcript. They knew an attack was being planned, but did nothing, per Ms Condi.
That's why these nitwits demand we don't talk about Bush
"He's not President anymore," they say.
Yet they continue to blame Bush's screw-ups on Clinton!!
These people are truly the 'Stupid' that Jindal spoke of.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Even some of those idiots are starting to come to grips with the "FACTS".
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Realtime

Deltona, FL

#848521 Jan 27, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
Partisan politics has so polarized America that normal, honest behavior seems to be the oddity that stands out these days. Much ado is being made of Gov. Chris Christie’s common sense communication with President Obama during Sandy’s aftermath. Christie and the president working together for the good of the citizens who elected them for that very reason is seen as spectacular when it should have been the ordinary, the norm.
The attack of our embassy in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11,which resulted in four Americans being murdered, is now used as an opportunity to gain political points. Washington Republicans and the partisan pundits beyond have slapped on the war paint, donned the camouflage and are armed to the hilt—out to get Obama’s blood at all cost.
Now there is loud clamor for transparency and investigations, accusations of a cover-up and incompetence, with those doing the talking all the while professing to only want the truth as concerned Americans and conscientious politicians. Give me a break. The only conscientious concern here is self-serving partisan BS.
Where was all that concern for our men and women serving in embassies and consulates across the globe when all the other attacks and killings occurred?
Like in 2002 when the US Consulate in the Karachi, Pakistan, was attacked and 10 were killed?
Or in 2004 when the US embassy in Uzbekistan was attacked and two were killed and another nine injured?
How about in 2004, when the US Consulate in Saudi Arabia was stormed and 8 lost their lives?
There is more: In 2006, armed men attacked the US Embassy in Syria and one was murdered.
Then in 2007 a grenade was thrown at the US Embassy in Athens.
In 2008, the US Embassy in Serbia was set on fire.
In 2008, bombings in the US Embassy in Yemen killed 10.
Notice the dates, all before the Obama administration.
Not yet convinced that all the noise over Benghazi has nothing to do with love of countryman? How about the biggest, most catastrophic attack and murder of Americans? As a New Yorker, Sept. 11, 2001, is indelibly imprinted on my psyche and I’m sure on the rest of the country. 3,000 perished in the most brutal act of terror in our recent history—all under a Republican administration. George W. Bush and his team had nine warnings that al-Qaida would attack within the United States, but they did absolutely nothing. No one in that administration’s head rolled for that stunning incompetence.
But Republicans now want President Obama’s head for Benghazi.
Here is an excerpt from the Ninth Public Hearing of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States, held Thursday April 8, 2004, where Bush adviser Condoleezza Rice, is being questioned:
MS. RICE: I remember very well that the president was aware that there were issues inside the United States. He talked to people about this. But I don't remember the al Qaeda cells as being something that we were told we needed to do something about.
“MR. BEN-VENISTE: Isn't it a fact, Dr. Rice, that the Aug. 6 PDB warned against possible attacks in this country? And I ask you whether you recall the title of that PDB.
MS. RICE: I believe the title was "Bin Laden Determined to Attack Inside the United States."
Now, the PDB --
MR. BEN-VENISTE: Thank you.
Condoleezza Rice also said, before the dust settled in NYC, "how were we to know?"

She hadn't been briefing W rather on world tours splainin to folks how it felt to be a powerful black woman. For his part W was flying around thanking his donors and also spending time at the ranch, clearin brush, ridin around in the F-250 and stuff.

Who da fk was in charge?

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#848522 Jan 27, 2013
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Must really be painful when you are reminded of just how idiotic and stupid you are, huh? But that's the only two models that baggers come in.
The shitty electron is just another of Waxturd's puppets.

THe lack of intelligence fits perfectly.

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#848524 Jan 27, 2013
Paul Ryan Is Sisyphus, Says Bobby Jindal

"Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report noted something Thursday night on her Twitter feed that is worth looking at a little closer.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's speech at the Republican National Committee meeting in Charlotte last night was an almost total repudiation - and dismissal - of Paul Ryan.

Jindal did not mention Ryan by name, and a Jindal spokesman e-mailed to dispute this interpretation (see below), but the 41-year old governor spoke mockingly of Republicans who are "in love with zeroes" as he urged conservatives to stop focusing on Washington and to "re-orient our focus to the place where conservatism thrives – in the real world beyond the Washington Beltway."

Ryan, 42, the Republican House Budget Committee Chairman from Wisconsin, is nothing if not a wonk, and he has made his mark in the GOP - and was chosen by Mitt Romney to be his running mate last year - largely because of his work crafting a Republican budget proposal and because of his expertise on the ins and outs of the federal budget process, as well as the health care realm.

Jindal and Ryan are both top GOP prospects to run for president in 2016. And Jindal seemed to be taking clear aim at Ryan in his remarks, with passages in his speech like this:

Today’s conservatism is completely wrapped up in solving the hideous mess that is the federal budget, the burgeoning deficits, the mammoth federal debt, the shortfall in our entitlement programs…even as we invent new entitlement programs.
We seem to have an obsession with government bookkeeping.

This is a rigged game, and it is the wrong game for us to play."

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Civil War within the Republiclown Party has begun!!

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Realtime

Deltona, FL

#848525 Jan 27, 2013
John Galt wrote:
25,000 today at gun show in Costa Mesa, CA
Ammo flying off the shelves.
Organizers expect two day totals of 25,000 to attend Costa Mesa gun show taking place on 1/26 and 1/27.

It's a Crossroads of the West Show and I'm pretty I posted about those fkn scumbags just a few days ago.

Stop lying fcface!

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NotSurpriZednucu lurOption

Pompano Beach, FL

#848526 Jan 27, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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Thanks. Nothing spells success more than using fake names when stalking and harassing women and, in his case men, on a daily basis, posting racist epitaphs while using other people's ids. and hitting judgit cartoons every single solitary day of one's sorry life. I am more than happy to continue sharing his delusions and pointing out his mentally unstable posts with the forum. Just doing my part to help out and expose him for the true sick twist he really is.:)
Sunday's Thirty-First piece of crap ... "Not Surprized" ... ROTFLMAO!

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#848527 Jan 27, 2013
mdbuilder wrote:
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You don't see a correlation? You're not only simplistic but shallow.
Too many murders and assaults: ban guns and weapons.
Too many unwed mothers and fatherless children: free contraceptives and abortions.
Federal spending out of control: raise taxes.
Children getting sh!tty educations: give teachers more money.
Energy costs through the roof: subsidize failed green energy schemes.
No jobs: penalize job creators and employers.
No wonder this country is on the skids, this is the thinking in the White House.
This country was on the skids because dumbasses like you elected people like George W Bush, Eric Cantor John Boehner & Mitch McConnell.

Whining little sh*ts like you now blame others.

How pathetic

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#848528 Jan 27, 2013
carol wrote:
The first thing I'd like to address is the concept of "Trolls." The implication is that, presumably, if you are ugly and live under a bridge then you are somehow less of a lifeform than those who live above it. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Picture, if you will, a bacterium. If, like some, you need a location then let's say... on a toilet seat. Now, technically, you are in the superior position if you are on top of the toilet seat..(you see where I'm headed with this?) butt, realistically, you're a bacterium on a toilet seat.
Now, imagine some asshole comes along and sits on you... no, let's say he squats to be safe. You're an asshole, I'm a bacterium, what's not to like?
The most amusing thing about humans is their inherent need to "one-up" one another. Whether it's a job, or an education, or military service, what ever. Inevitably. some asshole will come along and attempt to define himself or herself as, "being on top."
It's sort of like, describing "going south" as "down" and "going north" as "up." The world is round, a sphere, there is no "up." Neither is there a "down." I'm not even sure there's an "is?" But, when you look at a globe, it's always positioned in the same way. What's up with that?
Anyways, if someone like me is a "Troll" in your eyes, then you're a baby rhinoceros in mine.
Carolis Maximus.
Maybe you've got something there. Maybe you're not a Troll after all.

When you turn your head sideways, I can see right through you so maybe you're

* A hole in the wall Liberal

* A hole in the head Liberal

* A hole in the wall

Maybe you're just an optimist who, upon self-reflection, determines that he's only half-full of sh it when he's, in fact, full of it.

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Nj raider 1

United States

#848529 Jan 27, 2013
WAKE UP DEMOCRATICS wrote:
I was told that it is just too soon to compare things like these because those people just died and everyone needed time to grieve. While I am so very saddened by their deaths and I too am grieving, I am also saddened that since that attack in Connecticut, more than 7,000 innocent human persons have been killed in abortion clinics. Since January 22 of 1973 over 55,000,000 innocent human beings have been killed by surgical abortion in America alone. It is not too soon; it is actually long overdue.
I am being told that I am just opportunistic. Yes, I am. I am using this opportunity to bring to light the senseless and brutal murder of millions of innocent children who deserve to have their deaths mourned. I am using this opportunity to show the hypocrisy of a nation who defends, protects and funds the murder of her own citizens in the name of choice.
The comparisons were meant to do many things, and one of those things was to create a buzz and get abortion talked about. It worked. When abortion is being talked about and the truth is being exposed, lives are saved. One of my goals as an abortion abolitionist is to never allow abortion to fade away as a non-topic. My goal is to make it so prevalent and so front and center that this nation and the world are forced to open their eyes and see it for what it truly is. Abortion is an act of homicide and I will take every opportunity to expose this until we see the abolition of the abortion massacre.
Twenty innocent children were killed in Newton on Friday while more than 3,500 innocent children were also killed on Friday at abortion clinics. Our President did not shed a tear for the children murdered at abortion clinics, in fact he supported their killing and has helped pay for it. Law enforcement did not rush into the clinics to try and save any of those children and in fact would race to arrest anyone who did. News cameras were not focused on those buildings trying to figure out just how many were killed; they could care less about the blood spilt on the floors of the abortion clinics.
Not only do I believe it is ok to use events like this to make comparisons to abortion, I believe we must make these comparisons. The fact is, abortion is a hidden crime that will not be shown on the evening news; therefore we must use every opportunity to reveal the horror that is the abortion massacre.
http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/should-pro-l...
Might I ask a valid question? What business is it of anybody's what another individual does to their own body? Being that your protest is coming from a christian background, allow me to elaborate. The bible states that life begins when God/the Creator blows breath into the lungs meaning ; until a baby breathes on it's own, basically it's just a meat suit or empty vessel so to speak. I would never advocate abortion to another person, but I understand that it's up to each individual, their God, & the doctor. In no way at all does the process of abortion fall back on you or I, so in retrospect it's none of our business. By Christian belief they're abiding by the laws of the land who am I to interfere?

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“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#848531 Jan 27, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
Another financial failure who doesn't understand the American Economy.
"Wall Street Week Ahead: Bears hibernate as stocks near record highs"
""Stocks have been on a tear in January, moving major indexes within striking distance of all-time highs. The bearish case is a difficult one to make right now.
Earnings have exceeded expectations, the housing and labor markets have strengthened, lawmakers in Washington no longer seem to be the roadblock that they were for most of 2012, and money has returned to stock funds again.
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index (^GSPC) has gained 5.4 percent this year and closed above 1,500 - climbing to the spot where Wall Street strategists expected it to be by mid-year. The Dow Jones industrial average (^DJI) is 2.2 percent away from all-time highs reached in October 2007. The Dow ended Friday's session at 13,895.98, its highest close since October 31, 2007.
The S&P has risen for four straight weeks and eight consecutive sessions, the longest streak of days since 2004. On Friday, the benchmark S&P 500 ended at 1,502.96 - its first close above 1,500 in more than five years.
"Once we break above a resistance level at 1,510, we dramatically increase the probability that we break the highs of 2007," said Walter Zimmermann, technical analyst at United-ICAP, in Jersey City, New Jersey. "That may be the start of a rise that could take equities near 1,800 within the next few years.""
Other than your ignorant opinions, do you have any actual data that would indicate the country is on the skids??
Everything you listed is on the official "Stupid List" the Republiclowns are attempting to distance themselves from.
You, being a dumb Teabagger, haven't gotten th ee-mail yet!!
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The Stock Market isn't THE indicator of a strong economy, employment is. There are currently 15 million on unemployment and 25 million out of the workforce, that's nearly 40 million Americans out of work. You being a liberal a**hole can't get that through your flinty head.

I am a financial success. I actually ran company's, MY company's, most of them successfully, for 30 years. Once you can claim anything similar, come talk to me, until then, fcuk off. You're just another liberal drone regurgitating what you've been fed without the least bit of experience.

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“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#848532 Jan 27, 2013
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This country was on the skids because dumbasses like you elected people like George W Bush, Eric Cantor John Boehner & Mitch McConnell.
Whining little sh*ts like you now blame others.
How pathetic
You're hilarious! Here you are blaming everyone under the sun FOUR YEARS after the fact. This shit started in 2007, when you knuckleheads got Congress. It's been a downhill slide ever since. And you call us whiners, LMMFAO!!

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beggars for Obama

Oklahoma City, OK

#848533 Jan 27, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
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Paranoid nutcases, being led around by the NRA, who plays idiots like you for the dumb suckers that you are. Whiney azzed fatboy.
What do you talk about with all the deadbeats in the foodstamp line?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#848534 Jan 27, 2013
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Enjoy your smackdowns!!
Yes!!!

peedepoop gets smacked down a lot around here.

I no longer enjoy them, however, because they've become trite.

We need some fresh air around here and fewer sewer flies, lily..

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forks_make_us_fa t

Oklahoma City, OK

#848535 Jan 27, 2013
Obama on football....

If obama had a son he would have to think about letting him play.....

http://m.usatoday.com/article/news/1867937

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Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#848536 Jan 27, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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Right whiners. Deny women the right to make decisions for their own bodies, deny rights to gays, cheat to deny the vote to citizens. Then have the f*cking GD nerve to pretend to be all about the Constitution.
You people are truly pathetic.
Gee, My Little Bivalve.

It sounds to me like you are becoming a whiner:]

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Loysville, PA

#848537 Jan 27, 2013
mdbuilder wrote:
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You're hilarious! Here you are blaming everyone under the sun FOUR YEARS after the fact. This shit started in 2007, when you knuckleheads got Congress. It's been a downhill slide ever since. And you call us whiners, LMMFAO!!
Actually not. The housing collapse started in 2006.

The recession officially started 4th quarter 2007.

So please, list the legislation the Democrats passed that created this recession.

I keep asking & none of your right whiners have an answer.

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Realtime

Deltona, FL

#848538 Jan 27, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
Paul Ryan Is Sisyphus, Says Bobby Jindal
"Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report noted something Thursday night on her Twitter feed that is worth looking at a little closer.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's speech at the Republican National Committee meeting in Charlotte last night was an almost total repudiation - and dismissal - of Paul Ryan.
Jindal did not mention Ryan by name, and a Jindal spokesman e-mailed to dispute this interpretation (see below), but the 41-year old governor spoke mockingly of Republicans who are "in love with zeroes" as he urged conservatives to stop focusing on Washington and to "re-orient our focus to the place where conservatism thrives – in the real world beyond the Washington Beltway."
Ryan, 42, the Republican House Budget Committee Chairman from Wisconsin, is nothing if not a wonk, and he has made his mark in the GOP - and was chosen by Mitt Romney to be his running mate last year - largely because of his work crafting a Republican budget proposal and because of his expertise on the ins and outs of the federal budget process, as well as the health care realm.
Jindal and Ryan are both top GOP prospects to run for president in 2016. And Jindal seemed to be taking clear aim at Ryan in his remarks, with passages in his speech like this:
Today’s conservatism is completely wrapped up in solving the hideous mess that is the federal budget, the burgeoning deficits, the mammoth federal debt, the shortfall in our entitlement programs…even as we invent new entitlement programs.
We seem to have an obsession with government bookkeeping.
This is a rigged game, and it is the wrong game for us to play."
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Civil War within the Republiclown Party has begun!!
Between the two, Jindal wins hands down only because he cain't lie too good. Oh, don't worry he can fk up with the best of them, he proved that when he was demanding that DaBammy revoke the Jones act and when he was calling for those barrier reefs that had every waterman from Key West to Brownsville shaking their heads in disgust.

Ryan is a history lesson IMO, nobody is stupid enough to back him again but Payesh Jindal is a keeper, perhaps as a future ambassador to India, Bangladesh__probably not Pakistan though.

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