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Inching closer to the truth indeed, but there is a long road to travel before the full story is told. Who chose the 9/11 date for Ambassador Stevens to be in Benghazi, and why? Maybe it was the terrorists, but maybe not. Maybe it was orchestrated by the Obama administration as a way of covering up whatever business was taking place. Maybe there was a quid pro quo with the terrorists. The attack would silence those who knew too much, and the date would make it easy to push the blame off on someone else; like the obscure individual who made an anti-Muslim video. Maybe possible involvement by the administration explains why there was no security for Stevens. Maybe it explains why the FBI didn’t get there for several weeks, and why only one person has been arrested for the incident whom we are to believe was the mastermind of the attack, but who might be just a dupe. Of course to believe any of these possibilities we would have to believe the administration would tell us a lie.
Let me see if I have this straight. The DC cops did not lose the gun owner's names or addresses, otherwise they wouldn't know where to send notices requiring re-registration. The only thing lost were their finger prints. Hhhmmm, yeah, that sounds legit.
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Wanted: Grownups

MrPaul Wrote: Sep 26, 2014 7:56 AM
If we want grownups in office we have act like grownups when we vote. If we overlook a candidate's wisdom, experience, and ability to lead and instead make our choice based on their religious views, number of marriages or color of their hair we are not going to get the best man (or woman) available. And for Pete's sake, let's not choose some inexperienced white knight that rides in out of the unknown the way the Democrats chose Obama. The White House is not the place for OJT.
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GOP Bordering On Victory

MrPaul Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 1:22 PM
To say nothing of his fellow conservatives as well.
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Clinton Promises World Without Profits

MrPaul Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 7:33 AM
You go Bill. I'll give mine back when you give yours back. We all know how evil they are. Look at the bad things profits do. They fund research for new medicines. They fund development of new products. They fund investments that create jobs. They help fund pensions. They help fund government because they are taxable. Oh wait Billie! No profits would mean less tax revenue for the government? Maybe we should re-think this.
John Boehner needs to do a better job of selling the Republican brand. All he offered was a five point legislative agenda. No mention of Obamacare, no mention of our boarder problem, and no mention of international affairs. To say I am disappointed in him would be an understatement.
Well, that's encouraging. I guess health care, the economy, immigration, and little annoyances like ISIS have already been solved. I need to do a better job of keeping up on the news.
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Making Sense

MrPaul Wrote: Sep 19, 2014 9:36 AM
I wonder if the NFL has considered telling NOW to mind their own d*** business. It is past time for those targeted by NOW, the race baiters like Sharpton and Jackson, and others to get some backbone and stand up to these jerks.
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Paul Greenberg: Barack Hussein Obama

MrPaul Wrote: Sep 19, 2014 9:07 AM
To dismiss the shadow that Obama has cast over this country by saying he is simply a golfer is as foolish as anything Joe Biden has ever said. He is a liar, a racist, and an economic fool. He is anti-American having said as much by stating he would fundamentally transform America in his first inauguration. Excusing his mistakes and misdeeds by referring to him as a golfer makes as much sense as (assuming he has ever shinned his own shoes) as saying he is simply a shoe shine boy.
Come on Maury, you've read TH long enough to recognize LD's sarcasm.
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