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Rand Paul is wrong

lsiani Wrote: Jun 02, 2013 10:23 AM
Leave Rand Paul alone. He is not "wrong." He wants to cut government services dramatically and reform the entitlement system dramatically. There's nothing "wrong" with that. We CAN cut back. We CAN reform our entitlement system. All that is required is the WILL to do so. And when we are finally faced with imminent collapse there will be no alternative.
They're "just so studpid." I'll remind them of that when they question my tax returns.
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Bill O’Reilly: Nowhere Man

lsiani Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 10:49 AM
I am thoroughly disappointed in O'Riely.
We should care very much about his eligibility. If he has pulled off the fraud that many suspect him of then his entire presidency is illegitimate. The ramifications of this are mind boggling.
The president is not "EVERY" citizen. He is the president. We the people deserve to know the background of our president, our Commander in Chief. Obama has created his own mystery about his past by refusing to reveal not just his college records, but any documents that would lift the cloud of suspicion. Why not let the truth reveal itself. "Open your records to the public Mr. President, especially since you say you have noting to hide."
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The Last Clinton Lie Makes a Difference

lsiani Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 10:49 AM
It matters precisely because there are four dead Americans. It matters because the American people deserve to know how and if our government protects it's agents. It matters because we deserve to know if our government is telling us the truth. It matters because it's pertinent to bringing the assailants to justice. It matters because it reveals the competency or incompetency of those in command -- mainly the secretary of state.
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Getting Obama in the Can

lsiani Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 12:09 PM
Debates are discussions not speeches. They are supposed to be a test of the candidates' ability to reason out an argument "on his feet." They are not supposed to be little "canned speeches" but a process of argumentation and back and forth discussion that demonstrates the candidate's depth of understanding and his ability to present his arguments in a convincing manner. Using a teleprompter shows weakness and defeats the purpose of a debate. Each candidate should know their own positions well enough to argue them unaided.
Do you think anyone in the government will ever have the guts to confront Obama about all this including his false SS #?
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