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Bad Faith and Benghazi

Righty3 Wrote: May 10, 2013 10:49 PM
Or worry over whether she can be tried for lying to Congress - or obstruction, for that matter...
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Bad Faith and Benghazi

Righty3 Wrote: May 10, 2013 10:48 PM
There are many unasked questions, well beyond the specific role of Hillary and Obama in the deaths of four brave Americans. For one thing, let's overlook the lie that no US military assets were in position to help. What about the Libyans? Did the President make a call to his counterpart in Libya, demanding that they dispatch *their* security forces to protect our embassy? And what about our allies? If the US was unable to respond, did the Administration request help from Nato? From Israel? From other friendly countries? If not, why not? This President seems to have intentionally chosen to let those poor people die, and we should demand to know the reasons why. Perhaps the thought of dozens of dead jihadists on Arab TV was unthinkable to him. Perhaps it was to cover up his incompetence regarding his Administration's refusal to provide aid when requested, long before the attack. Either way, there's some reason why Obama and his minions refused to lift a finger while our brave fellow Americans were slaughtered - and we the people deserve to know why.
No, people outside the USA aren't entitled to the fruits of my labor, and it is insane that we allow this sort of thing. Every immigrant incapable of supporting himself without assistance becomes another nail in this nation's coffin, forcing us to economically enslave more and more Americans, both current and yet to be born.
Anne, thanks for pointing out yet another example of our creepy bent towards national suicide. It surprises no one that we would rather import more Democrats than workers who might add value to our society. I wonder aloud if the courts could be used to combat some of this nonsense. After all, we are all impacted by these ridiculous immigration decisions, and any citizen should have standing to challenge them.
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Parents Call Textbook Anti-Semitic

Righty3 Wrote: Apr 24, 2013 4:32 PM
I disagree. Legitimate war inflicts casualties on civilians - simple as that. If dropping the bomb on Japan saved the life of even a single US serviceman, it was the correct thing to do, even if thousands of civilians were killed in the process. War is hell, and sanitizing it the way you try simply results in more war...
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Parents Call Textbook Anti-Semitic

Righty3 Wrote: Apr 24, 2013 4:28 PM
I wonder what this textbook has to say about the US use of the Bomb against Japan in WWII?
And where is the cry for an investigation into the obvious crimes of obstruction and perjury?
Too bad for Rubio...he seemed to have promise, but I can't imagine anyone even remotely Conservative voting his way after his stance on amnesty. I'd have more respect for him if he just explained that it's a cultural thing and he had personal reasons for backing it, rather than all the lies.
I want to thank the author and remind readers that in addition to his Congressional service, Rob Barr was a principled and passionate leader during the Clinton impeachment. He later ran as the Libertarian alternative to John McCain in the 2008 elections. Although demonized by the Left, Mr. Barr deserves praise for his unending patriotism and his ongoing efforts to do the right thing.
...and more than two-thirds of Latinos vote democrat?
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Occupy and Redistribute D.C

Righty3 Wrote: Apr 13, 2013 12:13 PM
Yeah, yeah, yeah...like we need another story about Obama's ongoing war on prosperity. Anyone who is even half awake these past five years gets it. The rest simply want what Obama wants, and they are beyond redemption. The question is, when are we going to start seeing articles about what to do about it?
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