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Take the Fifth…Please!

JohnB316 Wrote: May 27, 2013 9:48 AM
Congress does have the power to impeach Lois Lerner and any other civilian rogue employee in any of the alphabet-soup agencies, since those agencies are creations of Congress. If Darrell Issa had some more smarts, he could have told Lois Lerner, "OK, so you don't want to talk. If you don't talk, we can impeach you and cause you to lose your pension and other civil service benefits you may have accrued." If she was still uncooperative, then draft the articles of impeachment and go from there.
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So Exactly Who Is Lawrence Wilkerson?

JohnB316 Wrote: May 05, 2013 3:49 PM
Semi-Colin Powell ought to join the Democrat Party, since he agrees with them much more than with Republicans. Maybe the Republicans can kick him out of the party? Then again, the establishment RINO's wouldn't dare do that, since they need leftists to make them appear conservative when they really aren't.
This article is dead wrong in its underlying premise. The FACT is that the Federal leviathan is exerting more and more control over EVERY aspect of our lives. Austin, get your head out of the sand and face reality.
It would be better to disband totally the US Department of [No] Education and return that function to states and localities. They can do a far better job of engendering competition than can the educational leviathan at Mordor on the Potomac.
To add to the above, Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy also need to go, since they are part of the problem of "go along to get along" with the libtards while the libtards are stabbing this country in the back and taking it, guided by King Hussein Soetoro, toward increasing tyranny.
I have to disagree with Hugh on this one. John Boehner needs to be removed as Speaker if the Republicans keep the House in 2012 and be replaced by somebody who has proven he knows how to stand up to libtards and can take their garbage - Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin. There is nothing in the House rules that mandates that the Speaker be an elected member of the House. Unlike Boehner, who is purely "go along to get along," Scott Walker took on the public sector unions in Wisconsin and won convincingly. If the Republicans can manage to win the Senate in 2012, Mitch McConnell is the LAST person who should be the Majority Leader. He has been as feckless as Boehner has been in the House. I'd like to see either somebody else take this role too.
Totally disagree with Kevin on this one. The Roberts "rope-a-dope" is such a perversion of logic that you have to twist yourself into a pretzel to accept McCullough's premises. Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh nailed this correctly. Listen to Mark Levin's radio shows from Thursday, 28 June and Friday, 29 June to get his evisceration of the bullcrap that is the Roberts decision. There is no happy face to be put on it, plain and simple. Any conservative or RINO who wants to put a happy face on it has his/her head buried where the sun doesn't shine. End of discussion.
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Coal Matters – Even in Manhattan

JohnB316 Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 12:06 PM
The only disagreement I have with Ken Blackwell is his calling Mayor Bloomturd "a fellow Republican." Bloomturd is a RINO in drag, aka a Democrat who doesn't have the stones to call himself one.
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As Predicted Democrats Abandoning Obama

JohnB316 Wrote: May 26, 2012 10:55 AM
I would discount anything Chucky Schmucky Schumer and Kirsten JellyBelly have to say or not to say. Look at what Schmucky proposed to do to Eduardo Savarin for renouncing his US citizenship amidst the Facebook IPO. Schmucky is a tyrant and an Obama kool-aid drinker. Kirsten JellyBelly, who was touted as a "moderate Democrat who supports gun rights," has proven to be a mere handmaiden for Schmucky Schumer and a drone who votes for Obama all the time, except on Obama's fantasyland budget. But then again, not a single Dem voted for it, so she was in lockstep with the apparatchiks.
In response to Comrade Fox's erroneous assertion that Clarence Thomas should have recused himself, you forgot to mention that Associate Justice Elena Kagan was the Solicitor General when the US Department of Injustice was debating its strategies on how to defend Obamacare before the Supreme Court. If somebody should have recused herself from the case, it was Justice Kagan.
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Politicians Should be Mocked More Often

JohnB316 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 10:29 AM
Hey Dan - how about posting some examples of humor directed at Dear Leader Chairman MaObama? Oh wait a minute - there aren't any, are there? I wonder why? Are the "humorists" known as Jay Leno, Bill Maher, Jon Stewart Leibowitz aka Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and David Letterman afraid to make fun of Barack Hussein Obama lest they be blacklisted and disinvited from the White House? Help me understand, please.
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