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That's because in both cases, Christie was going against the advice of medical personnel.
Actually there is nothing funny about it. No matter how you feel about the President, an attack on the President of the United States is an attack on the United States. While this may have been nothing, your obvious delight that it could have been something to harm the president is misplaced.
80% of all Americans hate him? I guess that's why the majority voted for him 2 years ago. Get real.
Yes, Andrew, I forget. You guys only want people who share your opinions to comment. Because knowing what the "other side" thinks blows your whole narrative of "the left hates Sarah Palin." If anything, we just roll our eyes and laugh. Because she is ridiculous. If conservatives believe that she's the best they have, we will win 2016 in a landslide.
She wouldn't. Maybe towhnall readers would vote for her. But independents wouldn't. Even some republicans wouldn't. I have a few friends that always vote republicans and didn't vote in 2008 because of her.
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The Dark Urges Of Chris Kyle's Haters

Libby312 Wrote: Jan 24, 2015 9:01 PM
I disagree. You can support the troops without supporting the wars or the politicians that get them there. They are soldiers. They don't get to turn down orders.
Speaking as a die hard democrat - nothing would delight me more than to see Sarah Palin run. It would be even better if she got the nomination.
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The Dark Urges Of Chris Kyle's Haters

Libby312 Wrote: Jan 23, 2015 5:20 PM
Look - I'm never going to go see this movie. War movies with tons of killing and bad language aren't my thing. Nor did I support the war in Iraq. I do however believe that Kyle was a war hero. I believe that he made protecting this country his life's work. However, I wouldn't call him a hero in everyday life. His estate lost a lawsuit (that began before his death) over the lies that he told about punching Ventura. He also said in his book that he picked looters off via sniper fire after Katrina. And there were other acts of violence that he claimed to have committed - but that were unverifiable. That doesn't sound like a hero. While I think that Moore's comments were way out of line, I support his right to say whatever he wants. Seth Rogen has said that his tweet was taken to mean something that he didn't mean. He was simply comparing movies - not calling Kyle a Nazi. But it doesn't matter, because the right has already crucified him. The bigger picture here should be that we don't support our troops as a country. You have guys like Kyle who serve all of these tours of duty coming home broken. Soldiers kill their wives. They kill themselves. They kill each other. They have an incredibly hard time adjusting to civilian life. I don't need to see a movie to recognize this.
Actually they aren't. Half of their polls come from strictly far right "news" organizations and blogs. Or their sources are other conservative columnists. It's pretty lazy journalism.
This is so typical of Republicans. They are going to vote on a bill that is already the law. Taxpayer money already can't go towards abortion. However, it's great to see that they didn't vote on a bill that would have ultimately gone to the supreme court & have been tossed out. Perhaps someone with sense finally emerged. I'll be impressed once Republicans actually do something worthwhile instead of wasting time.
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