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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 1 hour ago (2:26 PM)
DP: HPO: "Only Republicans' ideas are partisan, not Democrats'." Honest DP: Today Obama is requesting fast-track trade authority, which is a Republican priority, not a Democratic one. Yes that's right, the Republicans badly want to give Obama MORE power, and if anyone will deny it, it will be liberal Democrats.
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 3 hours ago (1:01 PM)
and of course the agreement under which we withdrew was negotiated by GW Bush. People remember the shoe-throwing incident, but a lot of people forget that Bush was in Baghdad that day to sign the agreement under which Obama later withdrew.
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 4 hours ago (11:50 AM)
DP yesterday on his program: It's great that the Kurds retook Kobani, but I wonder if the U.S. helped them in any way? Honest DP: of course, it's well known that the U.S. has been helping the Kurds in Kobani since last October. While Obama is president, I refuse to ackowledge the existence of U.S. military operations because they contradict my lies about Obama.
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 5 hours ago (10:44 AM)
I will give evidence. Notice that Prager doesn't, in this column or elsewhere, when he characterizes Obama as anti-fracking. Here is some evidence: California Fracking Lawsuit: Judge Slams Obama Administration SAN FRANCISCO -– A federal judge struck a major blow against fracking in California this week, ruling that the government was wrong to allow energy companies to drill for oil on 2,700 acres of public land without first considering environmental impacts. The Bureau of Land Management's assessment of the land "did not adequately consider the development impact of hydraulic fracturing techniques," wrote U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal in a decision made public on Monday that sided with environmental groups that sued the BLM.
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 6 hours ago (10:12 AM)
here is a story Dennis won't talk about, because he wants to maintain the phony image of Obama as being anti-fossil fuel: NY Times today: White House to Propose Allowing Oil Drilling Off Atlantic Coast Opening the Eastern Seaboard to oil companies is a prize the industry has sought for decades and is a blow to environmental groups. They argue that the move would put the coasts of Virginia, the Carolinas and Georgia at risk for an environmental disaster like the BP spill that struck the Gulf Coast in 2010, when millions of barrels of oil washed ashore after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig.
NY Times today: "White House to Propose Allowing Oil Drilling Off Atlantic Coast" Opening the Eastern Seaboard to oil companies is a prize the industry has sought for decades and is a blow to environmental groups. They argue that the move would put the coasts of Virginia, the Carolinas and Georgia at risk for an environmental disaster like the BP spill that struck the Gulf Coast in 2010, when millions of barrels of oil washed ashore after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig.
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 7 hours ago (9:24 AM)
Dennis Prager (DP): HPO: "Fracking -- which my administration has tirelessly worked against -- has made all this possible." Honest Dennis Prager(HDP): Obama in fact is a strong supporter of fracking. One of many issues with which we agree, but on which I fabricate a phony disagreement.
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If the President Couldn't Tell a Lie

Enrique25 Wrote: 8 hours ago (7:45 AM)
Prager's criticisms of Obama are getting increasingly petty. Obama has been president for six years, and it's becoming obvious that the grand, supposedly principled basis of Prager's opposition to Obama are just a bunch of bunk. So he's left with this nitpicking of speeches.
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Islam Gets Special Treatment

Enrique25 Wrote: Jan 13, 2015 10:15 AM
only one person is brave enough to say the truth about Islam: Steve Emerson. ;-)
The U.S. right wing should name their own Pope. Of course he would have to be American because the rest of the world is just as left wing as Argentina. How about Pope Charles Koch?
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