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Enrique25 Wrote:3 hours ago (5:38 AM): "But what really demonstrates what a lie that was is his failure to tell the truth about Obama's support for Israel." ---------------------------------------- Yeah, right. Obama sure jumped on his phone to speak to Netanyahu during this latest crisis. Even the French president beat Obama to the phone. Israel aside, the list of Obama's actions not matching his promises is long and will grow ever longer before January, 2017. But you'll still be his loyal drone...
Excellent point, Sage. But the Flattus' of the world ignore such inconvenient facts. Cheers!
Flattus Wrote:38 minutes ago (12:37 PM): "If the goal was to kill Saddam in order to "save" Iraqis, then why didn't Bush stand up there and SAY that, instead of lying about WMD and "existential threats"?" ----------------------------- It is SO 2006 to keep up the "Bush lied" mantra. It is almost as wearisome as the conspiracy theory that our own government was behind 9/11. You libs/socialists claim that Bush was a dunce on the one hand, while on the other hand you want everyone to believe he was brilliant enough to get the best intelligence agencies in the world to join him in his "lie" about WMDs. Which is it? You don't get to have it both ways. (I appreciate that common sense ain't all that common with your ilk.)
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The Petulant President

Primus54 from Ohio Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 1:00 PM
It should be a very interesting time post-January, 2017, when Obama's true past comes to light. When the school records are exposed, when the methods with which he got into Harvard are revealed, and when the kingmakers behind his political rise are exposed. By the time Obama's postmortem is complete, finding any people who will admit to voting for this charlatan will predictably be... about 8% of those polled.
I find it interesting when I watch pundits explain away the rhetoric (dare I say, "propaganda") that is uttered by the ruling class as just "politics", as though that label excuses the behavior. This is what happens when one spends too much time inside the beltway. These pundits become jaundiced to the way "We the People" view "politics". They excuse the lies and rhetoric because in their world this is just how things are done. The time is fast approaching that "We the People" remind these self-appointed rulers that they serve at our pleasure... and we are not happy with business as usual.
Great decision... but it should have been 9-0, not 5-4. Obama"s having a rough SCOTUS session, eh?
Really?! Do you wear a "I'm Gay & Proud of It" t-shirt wherever you go in public? Is there any part of your pitiful life that is not defined by your homosexuality? ----------------------------------- "The love that once barely spoke its name has now grown hoarse from shouting."
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G'ddam the Liberals

Primus54 from Ohio Wrote: Jun 29, 2014 11:10 AM
DoctorRoy Wrote:1 hour ago (9:54 AM)" "3. What was the rate at the end of his term?" ----------------------------- You mean after two years of a Dem congressional majority? ('07-'08) Nice try, Roy.
Durbin said. "And if he does not, the president will borrow the power that is needed to solve the problems of immigration." -------------------- I wonder if Durbin would mind if Boehner "borrowed" the power from Obama/Eric Holder to appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate the IRS?
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Obstructionism Is Patriotic

Primus54 from Ohio Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 7:08 AM
You really don't get it. The SCOTUS just sent a shot across the bow telling the Bamster to knock it off. There's a reason for the obstruction.. a majority of voters put the GOP in power in the House expecting them to oppose this man's idiotic agenda. Read your Constitution.
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