S.C. Sen. Jim DeMint to leave Senate for Heritage Foundation

Dec 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New York Daily News

Sen. Jim DeMint will take the helm of the Heritage Foundation on Jan. 1. Republican Gov.

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They keep calling the Heritage Foundation a "think tank".
LOL!!! Think tank??? That's like calling Rush Limbaugh a Speedo model!
Thanks for that visual PooPoo...damn I feel my dinner coming back up again....<urp>

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Gary wrote:
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Good question. Better ask George W. Bush. He knows all
about all there is to know about being a yella-belly.
Or maybe Romney. Mormon missionary avoiding the draft?
Really?? NG Fighter pilots are yella belly now, according to a peon like you?? LMAO

So what of 'ol billy clinton tearing up his draft cart and pissing off to England? No comment I bet, loser.
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Atlas shrugged again.
Clown @las changed to Duck Almanac!!;-000
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<quoted text>Yeah, but look at all the dumba--e repug neocommies still SQUATTING there, drawing their breath, insider trading, and backing up for their unearned payola.
That is what the Republicans do best is screw the tax payers and do insider trading.

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That is what the Republicans do best is screw the tax payers and do insider trading.
Insider Trading on Capitol Hill: Congressional Democrats Do It Better
http://www.cnbc.com/id/43183551/Insider_Tradi...

You have the wrong party screwing the taxpayers, as usual, idiot.
Fait baiser la chatte

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Another child rapist. One less kaka from the GOP septic tank.

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Politicians always find a rest home that pays bigger bucks for doing nothing like they have done in the past.

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Don Joe wrote:
This is good news. DeMint will do less damage in congress and the Heritage foundation will become completely incompetent.
White House admits president's tax hike cannot pass Dem-controlled Senate...

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That is what the Republicans do best is screw the tax payers and do insider trading.
Sounds more like Pelosi and the Obama's.
What a bunch of dorks

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Looks like Stephen Colbert will get the nomination

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Really?? NG Fighter pilots are yella belly now, according to a peon like you?? LMAO
So what of 'ol billy clinton tearing up his draft cart and pissing off to England? No comment I bet, loser.
People whose rich Daddies get them a place in the Guard to avoid wartime service could be called that, yeah. How many combat missions did brave fighter-jockey Bush fly, would you say?

Clinton "tore up his draft card?" Link? He was a Rhodes Scholar in England, not a "draft evader." I know that's probably hard for you to understand, but check it - it's true.

He's smart, you're not.

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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>White House admits president's tax hike cannot pass Dem-controlled Senate...
There's no "tax hike" and it doesn't need to "pass the Senate." Bush cuts EXPIRE unless they are renewed. Congress simply wouldn't renew those for the top bracket.

You're rather clueless, aren't you?

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People whose rich Daddies get them a place in the Guard to avoid wartime service could be called that, yeah. How many combat missions did brave fighter-jockey Bush fly, would you say?
Clinton "tore up his draft card?" Link? He was a Rhodes Scholar in England, not a "draft evader." I know that's probably hard for you to understand, but check it - it's true.
He's smart, you're not.
Clinton tore up his draft card, he was ordered to report in July of 69 and refused. His daddy helps HIM get into the reserves, but never reports. FACT He was a mega draft evader, protester and whatever else made him popular amongst his brood.
George W. Bush volunteered for Operation Palace Alert, an operation in Vietnam using the F-102 for escort. He and another pilot didn't have the required 500 hours flight time as required by the Air Force for combat duty. He attempted twice to go.

All of the USA National Guard pilots are some of the best and ready to defend the nation if need be. Not many of them have rich daddies. Who the hell do you think went up after 9/11??? Flying over the Gulf was the 147th Tactical Fighter Wing..........Bush's old unit.

The fact the slick has a high IQ, doesn't make him any less of a coward.

So where did Ried serve, where did Biden serve? We know nobummer didn't even join the Cub Scouts.........must knot exist in indonesia!! LMAO

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People whose rich Daddies get them a place in the Guard to avoid wartime service could be called that, yeah. How many combat missions did brave fighter-jockey Bush fly, would you say?
Clinton "tore up his draft card?" Link? He was a Rhodes Scholar in England, not a "draft evader." I know that's probably hard for you to understand, but check it - it's true.
He's smart, you're not.
Fred Bradley, a friend of Bush's who was also serving in the Texas ANG, reported that he and Bush inquired about participating in Palace Alert. However, the two were told by their flight instructor, Maj. Maurice Udell, that they were not yet qualified since they were still in training and did not have the 500 hours of flight experience required. Furthermore, ANG veteran Col. William Campenni, who was a fellow pilot in the 111th FIS at the time, told the Washington Times that Palace Alert had stopped accepting new applicants before Bush would have been eligible.

After being accepted into the ANG, Airman Basic Bush was selected to attend pilot training even though his test scores were the lowest acceptable for that position. His six weeks of basic training was completed at Lackland AFB in Texas during July and August of 1968. Upon its completion, Bush was promoted to the officer's rank of second lieutenant required for pilot candidates. He spent the next year in flight school at Moody AFB in Georgia from November 1968 to November 1969. The aircraft Lt. Bush trained aboard were the T-41 Mescelero propeller-driven basic trainer, T-37 Tweet primary jet trainer, and the T-38 Talon advanced jet trainer. Bush ranked 22 out of 53 students in his flight school class with a grade of 88 on total airmanship. His scores included 100 for flying without navigational instruments, 89 in flight planning, and 98 in aviation physiology. Bush also completed two weeks of survival training during this period.

http://www.aerospaceweb.org/question/history/...

Now tell us about John Kerry and his purple hearts he turned himself in to recieve!!!!!!!!!! LMAO

You and your demrat hero's have delusions of adequacy, boy.
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Really?? NG Fighter pilots are yella belly now, according to a peon like you?? LMAO
So what of 'ol billy clinton tearing up his draft cart and pissing off to England? No comment I bet, loser.
FYI moron, Bush was grounded because he blew off the
required physical and he did that because he was too
scared to make landings to go on flying.

Whatever, his daddy's Texas influence got son George the
needed excuse for being a yella belly.
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Fred Bradley, a friend of Bush's who was also serving in the Texas ANG, reported that he and Bush inquired about participating in Palace Alert. However, the two were told by their flight instructor, Maj. Maurice Udell, that they were not yet qualified since they were still in training and did not have the 500 hours of flight experience required. Furthermore, ANG veteran Col. William Campenni, who was a fellow pilot in the 111th FIS at the time, told the Washington Times that Palace Alert had stopped accepting new applicants before Bush would have been eligible.
After being accepted into the ANG, Airman Basic Bush was selected to attend pilot training even though his test scores were the lowest acceptable for that position. His six weeks of basic training was completed at Lackland AFB in Texas during July and August of 1968. Upon its completion, Bush was promoted to the officer's rank of second lieutenant required for pilot candidates. He spent the next year in flight school at Moody AFB in Georgia from November 1968 to November 1969. The aircraft Lt. Bush trained aboard were the T-41 Mescelero propeller-driven basic trainer, T-37 Tweet primary jet trainer, and the T-38 Talon advanced jet trainer. Bush ranked 22 out of 53 students in his flight school class with a grade of 88 on total airmanship. His scores included 100 for flying without navigational instruments, 89 in flight planning, and 98 in aviation physiology. Bush also completed two weeks of survival training during this period.
http://www.aerospaceweb.org/question/history/...
Now tell us about John Kerry and his purple hearts he turned himself in to recieve!!!!!!!!!! LMAO
You and your demrat hero's have delusions of adequacy, boy.
At least Bush didn't demolish 5 aircraft like McCain did.
I'll say that in his favor.

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Le Jimbo wrote:
Well, that is a smart move.
Sure it is.

Rats jumping from the sinking tea bag ship.

WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! don't forget to splash when you come up for air! the oil's still burning on the surface!

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Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
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Fred Bradley, a friend of Bush's who was also serving in the Texas ANG,
Bush's daddy got him in the guard in the first place- bumped him to the head of the line as only those with political connection could do- and Bush went AWOL and was booted out in a way only those with political connections could leave the service ('for mutual benefit') otherwise he would have been spending time in the brig or walking the fence as an E-2 for four more years.

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Gary wrote:
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FYI moron, Bush was grounded because he blew off the
required physical and he did that because he was too
scared to make landings to go on flying.
Whatever, his daddy's Texas influence got son George the
needed excuse for being a yella belly.
Bush was never grounded...even a big shot news guy was fired over that one. LOL

750 flight hours involve plenty of landings, dummy. Bush got a commission after college......he didn't have to do that at all, he could've stayed out and started on his Masters right away. Many pilots who flew in Vietnam were NG pilots, screwball. Now again, tell us where Ried, Nobummer, Clinton, Biden served?? Thanks, we'll wait. LMAO

Typical of the left who never served calling those who did yella belly's. You are a dork.

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Gary wrote:
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At least Bush didn't demolish 5 aircraft like McCain did.
I'll say that in his favor.
Another fabricated false liberal story, made up by some stoned writer at Rolling Stone magazine.

Fact: McCain did lose two Navy aircraft while piloting them. One crash was found to be be McCain's fault, the other due to an engine failure of undetermined cause.. A third was destroyed on the deck of the carrier USS Forrestal when a missile fired accidentally from another plane hit either the plane next to McCain's or, less likely, his own aircraft, triggering a disastrous fire that killed 134 sailors and nearly killed McCain. A fourth plane was lost when he was shot down over North Vietnam on a bombing mission over Hanoi.
A fifth alleged "crash" turns out to be a misinterpretation of a flight accident that did not result in the loss of the aircraft. McCain admitted to causing that incident through "daredevil clowning" but returned safely.
'Superb Airmanship'

http://factcheck.org/2008/09/mccains-plane-cr...



None of these incidents prevented McCain from winning regular promotions and being assigned additional flight duty.

You progressive liberals are sooooo gullible!!

Now tell us how many planes clinton flew?? Tell us about nobummer flying his crack pipe and shrooming!! Losers.

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