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In answer to your emotional rant . . . No. Reagan did not place a wreath at a Nazi cemetery. He placed one at a Wermacht cemetery. There's a major-league difference. (Germany was on our side by that time, as half their country occupied by totalitarian USSR. It's not that hard a concept that Reagan would make an overture.)
Are you trying to be an idiot?? Once again, a flaming liberal is confusing the Tea Party with those Occupy trash. The differences between the two are striking, yet the MSM finds all the flaws committed by Occupy movements in the Tea Party events. (You'd recognize a Tea Party event - they end in a few hours and no hazmat teams have to clean up afterwards) As for Chick-fil-A; they did the right thing . . . just like B. Hussein did during his first term: They both opposed f@g-marriage. Liberals used to always claim to oppose it, but never really meant it But not to worry; it wasn't little Barry targeted for his "stand" against gay-marriage. It was the Family Research Council. (Luckily the flaming liberal was too incompetent to pull it off, as he only wounded a guard.)
Not a problem. McDonalds beat out Starbucks in a taste test. (I know. I know. It's Mickey Dee's coffee, but at least give it a try.)
Good advice, Doug Giles. I carry a Glock26. (ACORN got the egg off their face that O'Keefe and your daughter tossed in their faces yet?)
We all make slips of the tongue, so I don't cite B. Hussein's "57 States" gaff. (Although I don't mind after Dan Quyale was set up.) The No.1 Hawkins picked was, by far, the most brain-dead statement ever said. When the military officer heard that, he was taken aback in stunned silence. He had to compose himself to answer an idiot who just demonstrated a severely low I.Q. (Obviously we have the top example of how affirmative action fails society.)
Hugh kicked the livin heck outta that emotionally laden liberal. All Finney accomplished was to demonstrate her painful, willful ignorance. (Somebody send her a copy of the book "Venona". Maybe she'll get a clue.)
Unfortunately, I think you're right, but hope you're wrong. They picked a fraud and a liar over Scott Brown, so I'm sure we'll see Mass. continue welfare checks for jihadists and an exceptional idiot over a Navy Seal. (Speaking of which, we're now minus 20+ Seals from Team Six, because the Jug-eared lunch-money-victim in Chief won't allow air cover. Obama will risk us, but won't risk civilian casualties.)
Reminds me of when that idiot Senator Mary Landrieu was asked why Mayor Nagin was so incompetent not to use buses to help evacuate citizens of New Orleans. She actually blurted the stupidity "Well, they were under water!" Yes . . . they were under AFTER the hurricane. The idea was that Nagin would use them BEFORE the hurricane.
It's the Romeike family that got my attention. B. Hussein Osama is such trash, that he'll deny asylum to home-schoolers because they might inflict 8 conservative voters on the USA. (Doesn't Little Barry know that small number would be offset by 20 million illegals.) Ever tire of that BS argument that anchor babies mean it'd be cruel to deport? The Romeike's have had an "anchor" baby since they arrived.
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Allen331 Wrote: May 10, 2013 2:21 PM
So many examples support your statement. Candy Crowley playing fact checker with the usual incompetence that the other "fact checkers" perform. (Except this time she actually coordinated with Obama himself.) Dan Rather & Mary Mapes spent 5 years on their consumed effort to prove Bush was "AWOL". But with the 2004 election approaching, they sped up the process to help derail Bush's reelection. Too bad they did such a laughable smear job, as it got them fired. (Mapes, still wining, went on to write the ham-fisted "Truth & Duty", which never sold.) Remember how the press adored "Ambassador" Joe Wilson? He got the red carpet treatment for asking a few off-the-cuff questions in Niger. The blowhard idiot lied from day one. The press didn't care that he was working for the Kerry campaign & donated $2000 to his fund. They did care for his also ham-fisted book "The Politics of Truth". Lastly I remember when Andy Hiller asked Bush to name the leaders of four “hot spot” countries in the world. Bush got Taiwan (Hiller, himself, couldn’t name the pres of Mexico.) After the media eruption started to settle, most began to admit they’d maybe have gotten only two right. (Only one claimed he’d’ve gotten all four right . . . the compulsive liar Al Gore.)
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