1 - 10 Next
So what do you want to do about this Michelle? Kill all Muslims? Intern them like we did Japanese-Americans during WWII? Timothy McVeigh was Catholic, how about we decide to preemptively kill all Catholics? Ted Bundy claimed to be Methodist, how about we kill all Methodists? This could go on and on. The real problem is judging any class of people by the actions of one individual.
Hey Baggers, by all means, impeach the President for bringing home one of our soldiers(no matter how flawed he may be). I'm sure that will improve the credibility of the Republican party with the general electorate. I'll wager that most of the voters think that trading 5 old terrorists that have been held at Guantanamo for 10-13 years for one of our own is a good deal.
For those of you condemning the Obama administration for publicizing this mission, you are missing a couple of points. If you think that ISIS wouldn't figure out that there had been an attempted rescue mission, you are delusional. They took casualties and most probably, had survivors who could easily identify this as a military operation. It's not much of an intellectual leap to decide who was involved. Secondly, the article clearly states that details were about to be published by the media. It only makes sense to get the details out before the newpapers/TV etc.
The truth hurts, doesn't it Tom?
From USA Today: This is according to a tally kept by CBS News White House reporter Mark Knoller, the acknowledged presidential statistics guru who has been tending a database on presidential activities since 1996. Obama so far has taken 20 vacations for a total of part or all of 129 days, according to stats Knoller shared recently with Yahoo News. Bush at the same point had taken 58 trips to his ranch near Crawford, Texas, for a total of 381 days and seven trips to the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, Me., for all or part of 26 days. Knoller does not count visits to the presidential retreat at Camp David in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains actual vacation, but Obama has made 33 visits there for all or part of 84 days. Bush had made 108 visits for all or part of 341 days.
I meant to post this link of where the charges originated: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/15/grand-jury-indicts-texas-gov-rick-perry-/14138843/
It's a hoot reading all of you Obama haters blaming these charges on Obama/Holder/et al. These decisions come from a local county grand jury. The idea to keep in mind is that this is coming from a local grand jury composed of citizens of the county where the charges are filed. One should safely assume that this is about as far away from national politics as is possible. Having served on my own county's grand jury a few years ago, the charge is to determine if 1: There is sufficient evidence to bring these charges against the accused and 2: Is there enough evidence that the county can reasonable expect to win in court? I believe the gov is in trouble. How this affects a presidential bid is up in the air, but long term, I don't think it's good.
Ann Coulter's only purpose in life is to be inflammatory. That is her stock in trade, much like the so-called "shock Jocks" characterized by Stern, Limbaugh etc. Anything she says should be discounted or better, ignored.
All of these so called "Christian conservatives" have no answer to your question.
In response to:

Yeah, Democrats Have An Impeachment Fetish

Neil99 Wrote: Aug 07, 2014 5:12 PM
It's the batsh*t crazy Republicans like Palin, Bachmann, Gohmert and Cruz who are dancing around the impeachment issue. They and their ilk are the media hounds who started this talk of impeachment in an attempt to fire up their equally crazy supporters. Democrats jumped on the bandwagon to fundraise and rally their base for the upcoming election.
1 - 10 Next