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This is a non-story, Hunter Biden is a nobody. The only way this is relevent is that he will now continue to be a nobody. Just like most of us. No big deal.
Very funny.
Every Federal agency is infected with political hacks.
Exactly, he hired a Public Affairs guy. The messaging is an issue, it's been terrible to date. I'm less concerned about our leaders being tripped up by tough questions. I want to see them be effective at their jobs.
A Green administration would recycle their czars, where's the Cash for Clunkers czar. At least that guy knew how to build some kind of system that did what it was supposed to do.
Genius.
Head of CDC = Obama Appointee Head of NIH = Obama Appointee Head of HHS = Obama Appointee Lets add one more incompetent Obama appointed buearacrat and see if that helps. How about people start doing their jobs. This is the risk of valuing style over substance. We have a butt load of people in power who lack the ability to govern or to lead. That's why I'm worried.
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Why I Oppose Liberalism

Ted in California Wrote: Oct 15, 2014 3:53 PM
Stratify your liberals. The everyday liberal we all know, the person who is truly a good hearted person who wants to help others, is not the same as a Liberal powerbroker. Liberal politicians, business people, and the vast littany of liberal mouthpieces and activists want something more insidious, they want to tell us what is good for us and to control everything they can. I believe in the goodness of my liberal friends and I absolutely distrust everything a Liberal powerbroker has to say.
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Why I Oppose Liberalism

Ted in California Wrote: Oct 15, 2014 3:50 PM
Liberalism flourished the minute parents abdicated their roles to public schools. It's been a slow trainwreck since then.
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Keep Ebola Out of America

Ted in California Wrote: Oct 08, 2014 4:10 PM
Dr. Carson's wisdom is most evident when he states in effect that we can build the best system of control concievable but there is no way to completely eliminate human error from the equation. Which means, there is no way we could achieve absolute control. However, there is plenty we are not doing to even achieve some semblance of reasonable control. Control should meet the level of risk or threat we face, right now, our controls are designed to do one thing, to try and protect our health care system from completely breaking down in the face of this monster. That doesn't mean the public is protected from it, it just means our government is trying its best to ensure that our medical resources are not degraded to the point of ineffectiveness. To date, the Feds are doing next to nothing to ensure Ebola stays out of this country. We worry about the harm that could be done to West African countries if they are cut off from the world's economy. What about the harm that would come to the world economy if the U.S. had a serious outbreak?
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