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Get lost or go back to the hole where you come from. This is serious. A country future is at stake in the hands of a Manchurian candidate.
No matter what Bonner does Obama will still find fault. Seems after four years. still many people are willing to give Obama the doubt. It does not take a genius to figure if a man is serious to solve a problem or not. Obama is in Hawaii while the nation is in crisis, and also the world. There is no other way except the unmentionable and the unthinkable.
If that is what it takes to awaken those idiots in an Obaman stupor, so be it. I know and it hurts to know of many innocent lives affected but when you look at it there is no other way. We have a spineless opposition party GOP a spineless crying Speaker Bonner a President determined to bring this country to its knees. He knows the masses will still blame the Republicans for whatever reason he says is the reason why his administration is failing. With his eye in 2014 eager to take congress back to Democratic fold so to facilitate his agenda easier.
Luckily for Obama Boehner did not cry. Seriously, just get that cry baby out there , NOW. The Republicans need somebody tougher. Not afraid to go toe to toe with this thug for a President. Boehner is a disgrace. I know he means well, but he is not facing somebody who is serious to solving the problem. Many people are already saying Obama wants the country fall off the fiscal cliff What he wants is to rub the Republican noses in humiliation
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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 9:25 PM
Of course it is bloated just like public education and rest of federal or even state expenditures. But Democrats are the biggest spenders when it come to these.
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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 9:24 PM
Prove where he lied instead of just ranting another person. It is easy to accuse one as a liar but different to point out where he lied and why.
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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:35 PM
That is what he said, not what he does. Just like Obama he says one thing, does another.
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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:30 PM
Might be okay ? You judge a man by his past deeds not what you hope he will be. Just as the case of Obama, everybody was hep up. Now almost everybody {except those with free phones} are hanging on their seat belts hoping we can all reach our destination safely as the driver not only has no drivers license but do not know how to drive.
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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:21 PM
If he soak his head, that pea size brain might drown. It is this kind of stupid fools that cause this once great country teetering on a cliff to oblivion.
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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:19 PM
No, screw you. Just because he disagrees with you screw him ? Dont you rather refute him and say Hagel did not say or do those things that Gaffney is lying ? You liberals have done nothing but tear down this country with your lies and machinations. Would you rather have a nucleared armed Iran as a power broker in the Middle East than an ally, Israel ? You worse than senseless thing you
I wish it were so funny if it were not so tragic. A fake war hero, gold digging opportunist and traitor to his comrades in arms. Are the Democrats so bereft of qualified people that they have to drag this garbage from the dumpster to present ? Plus another opportunist Hagel as Secretary of Defense ? This is where it is so hard to agree with McCain much as I respect and love the guy. He knows John Kerry but after those swift boat veterans accused Kerry of making up stories and betraying them as painting his comrades as Genghis Khans to further his advancement McCain said not a word whether true or not.
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