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Since when is questioning the veracity of a purveyor of untruths considered "bullying"? What Rice espoused about Benghazi, at Obama's behest, was known AT THE TIME to be untrue. For a REAL example of bullying, reread Ted Kennedy's "Borking" diatribe.
If Obama and the Left really want greater revenue from taxation, they will, by necessity, need to tax the Middle class. The rich can change the nature of income, or derive non-taxable income (move it offshore), the poor can derive income "off the books", but the Middle class is dependent on earned income. A return to Clinton Era tax rates (actually it's much higher, given the tax implications of ACA) would result in revenues of between $5 and $80 Billion. Not enough to even dent the deficit, so it is purely punitive for the sin of success.
The list fabulously "rich, white guys" included the likes of Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Bill Maher, George Soros, Jon Stryker, George Clooney, etc All were Obama donors. By far, the majority of Wall Street donations went to Obama. A great many Obama donors, especially the mega-donors would willingly accept the annihilation of Israel, even if it (or preferrably) eradicated every Jew in Israel. As for BC, Repubs aren't against a female (or male) using BS, they are just against peoples pockets being picked to pay for the entertainment of others. And recreational sex is purely for entertainment purposes.
St Lucie, FL - 141.10% of registered voters cast ballots, which is a mathematical impossibility. Not improbable - impossible. When one considers that 65% turnout is on the high side, even in National elections, this is de facto evidence of fraudulent voting Detroit - a Repub poll watcher was chased out of the precinct at gunpoint Philly - Repub poll workers were ejected. The same precincts subsequently reported 99% of ballots cast for Obama National - Electronic voting machine "glitches" were reported in multiple States where attempts to vote for Romney showed as a vote for Obama Voter fraud is not a problem?
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The Initial Aftershocks

cjrian Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 5:53 AM
Obama, Reid, & the LSM spent 4 years (12, really) spawning hatred for anyone and anything that is not them. They've incited animosity by race, income, color, gender, nationality, religion, beliefs, and any other division they could discover/create. They don't know anything but division and derision. Even if Obama were to "reach across the aisle", how can anyone work with someone who has spewed the most malicious and vile lies? Obama failed to even contact the opposition for months on end His two outlandish budget proposals sent to Congress received a total of Zero votes, even from his own Party Harry refuses to listen to GOP Senators or address their concerns The DNC baselessly accuses the GOP of hatred, murder, & worse
The idiots, to my way of thinking, are the political illiterates who insist on voting when they have no clue.
Clinton WAS impeached, which means to charge and bring to trial (not necessarily to convict). Charges of perjury and one of obstruction of justice were brought, voted on, and passed by the House on December 19, 1998. From there, it is the Senate which conducts the trial and may convict if 2/3 of the Senate vote to convict. In Zipper Bill's case, only 50 Senators voted to convict, 17 short of the 67 needed
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What the Election Won't Settle

cjrian Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 11:31 AM
No, not everything will become settled. Some issues will persist, some will resolve on their own, some will take decades to rectify, new issues will arise. Such is life. But - "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Lao Tzu
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Laugh When You Can . . .

cjrian Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 2:31 AM
Loved the vid, it topped off my day As Tony the Tiger might say "That was Grrrrrrreat!" Unfortunately, it was a more accurate depiction of air-headed female Libs than Lena Dunham's lamo ad
Clinton's Home Ownership Initiative DID force mortgage lenders to ease lending standards for the poor resulting in a cascade effect that eased standards for everyone. Then there were "community organization" sit-ins, demanding even more lending in poverty zones, that effectively shut down lenders that were perceived to be biased. In order to satisfy government bureaucrats and local rabble-rousers, lenders, by necessity, had to abandon established criteria for loan establishment and find ways to meet their artificial criteria. Most of these loans were bundled and sold to Fannie and Freddie, who had abandoned their standards. Good intentions with no consideration of potential and probable consequences are what caused the housing debacle.
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