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As far as the GOP elite is concerned, "elections have consequences."--Barack Hussein Obama. And, yes, Jindal has been proven right by their current actions. The GOP ELECTORATE is quite miffed at the GOP elite.
Hmmm . . . I kind of remember a Ph.D. proclaiming that "stupid people" were duped by design into voting for the ACA. He said that not once but a number of times. If I remember correctly, Conservatives weren't backing the ACA. So who knows more? A Doctor of Philosophy or some little boy from Georgia, home of the second worst President ever to be elected President of these United States? Then, "Science" (meteorologists) predicted massive snow, cities were shut, 7000 flights cancelled, everything closed and guess what? Foo-foo a day later! Do we need to talk Al Gore here? "In mathematics, 29 nations and other jurisdictions outperformed the United States by a statistically significant margin, up from 23 three years ago," reports Education Week. "In science, 22 education systems scored above the U.S. average, up from 18 in 2009." Ask Gruber why he said what he did. Then look in the mirror.
Please provide video footage, a photograph or sound recording to prove your point. It's simple, somewhat like your feeble attempt to characterize the Tea Party as if they were former Democrat governors from the South, Grand Kleagles in the Democrat Senate, or Bull Connor-D during the Civil Rights '60's. How many Tea Party rallies have you been to? N-O-N-E! And your Kool-Aid high exhibits that ignorance.
Please include the flavor of Kool-Aid you've been drinking so those who agree with you can get some too. One of these days you might realize that because Gruber voters put a man in office with no accomplishments other than his 50/50 skin color (which is not a good thing in quite a few Black neighborhoods!), learns vital facts about newsworthy events from the MSM (which boils down to very, very little since they only want to report what he wants you to hear) and a host of other narcissistic "achievements," maybe then sleepwalking might become a less dangerous hobby.
Whatever, whomever is behind this, Kimmie only needs to be fed the information we get on a routine basis: " I wasn't aware of the problem until I watched the evening news." Either that or the "Sgt. Schultz" response: "I see nuttink. I know nuttink!" Personally, I don't think North Korea would have the wherewithal to accomplish such a feat without outside help. Or they were framed by hackers. Just a guess.
Birds of a feather . . . can anyone associated with this administration tell the truth just once?Here you have it, folks, the man who called you "stupid," denies he had much to do with the atrocity called "PPACA" and--if you noticed the placard in front of him on the Hearing table, it very clearly reads "PhD." To the uninformed that's "Doctor of Philosophy" or one of (if not the "highest") degree or title conveyed to an individual by a learning institution. Now he teaches kids at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Gets paid big money by taxpayers ("stupid" ones and others) and has tuition money redistributed to his personal bank account as a salary for teaching kids. He gets paid for "expertise" then lies through his teeth like a 12 year old caught smoking in the boy's room. My point is simple: HE TEACHES KIDS (or young adults, if you prefer). And we pay him for objectivity. Then all we get is lies and childish excuses. MIT: I hope you're proud of your "expert." Just goes to show "intelligent" and "smart" most times are mutually exclusive.
Doesn't matter. Some Grand Juries only need a 2/3 or 3/4 vote to indict. The Grand Jury is a lot like a test case for prosecutors. Witnesses are called (almost NEVER the accused), sworn in WITHOUT a lawyer representing them (though they may request a conference at any time suspending the testimony. Only the prosecutor(s), members of the GJ, one witness and court reporter are in the room during actual testimony trying to determine "probable cause" not "beyond a reasonable doubt," a lower bar to reach. Is there enough evidence to bring it to trial? Obviously in Ferguson wither the prosecution was totally incompetent (doubt it!) or there was little to no culpable evidence to show wrongdoing for the officer. However, the Feds can still file other Civil Rights charges-as happened when I served on a Fed GJ when a local GJ found no charges and we filed no charges on the Fed level--what happened? The Feds kept GJury shopping until the DOJ manipulated who appeared and got a True Bill eventually. By that time the lower middle class accused was so broke financially and spiritually, he plead to a lesser charge just to get on with his life. That's the game when the Feds get involved: drain your finances until you scream "Uncle." After all, the Feds have limitless resources: your tax dollars! Run out? They'll just raise 'em on you. This is what Officer Wilson will be facing now.
Probably more like a fantasy or wishful thinking on her part.
Here's another possibility, MSNBC: Obama directed the infected gentleman to Texas to wipe out Conservatives in Gov. Perry's state. See how easy it is to make up lies?
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What About Bobby Jindal?

LL in La. Wrote: Oct 09, 2014 6:59 PM
Because he's a highly intelligent man. Unfortunately, the one Governor who did possess a convincing tongue, charisma and felonious tendency just got out of prison and is running for another office at 80+ years old: Edwin Edwards! So we swing both ways, so to speak! Bobby does what's conservatively right for the State while Edwards would do what was right for his backers . . . as long as he got a piece of the action. Today we have Jindal, Vitter, House Whip Steve Scalese, a strong flipped Dem-to-Rep Black State Senator Guillory (check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEjqRLjP7Io) and of course the Second Louisiana Purchase Sen. Mary Landrieu who was the deciding vote for Obamacare and hopefully will pay for that in a few weeks. So we're trying!
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