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Packwood’s atrocious behavior was tolerated by the Republicans because he was a Republican, and by the Democrats because he supported abortion and “HillaryCare.” Once the Democrats had enough votes to no longer need Packwood, he was quickly thrown under the bus.
Kelly may or may not have "cold eyes," but Ayers certainly has a cold heart.
Packwood’s atrocious behavior was tolerated by the Republicans because he was a Republican, and by the Democrats because he supported abortion and “HillaryCare.” Once the Democrats had enough votes to no longer need Packwood, he was quickly thrown under the bus.
What utter nonsense! First, the symbol on the football helmets does not "establish" religion. To claim that it does is absurd. Second, the First Amendment reads: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." "Congress" refers to the Congress of the United States (the House and the Senate). It does not refer to states or state legislatures. The U.S. Constitution does not prohibit individual states form endorsing a particular religion. In fact, they used to do so - although none would (or should) nowadays. This is political correctness run amok.
Obama follows orders well. The head of CAIR called on Obama to "reject ISIS’ misappropriation of Islamic terms and concepts." Obama then declares that "ISIS is not Ismalic." Good doggie, Barack...
He's worried a reporter which catch him snorting cocaine.
Obama will apparently be content to “shrink its sphere of influence” and “degrade” it until it is a “manageable problem.” He doesn’t say how many beheadings would classify ISIS as an “unmanageable” problem.
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Obama fails History 101

The Obama Timeline author Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 1:32 PM
"Obama often parrots Martin Luther King Jr.'s phrase about the arc of the moral universe bending toward justice." King stole the line from Unitarian minister Theodore Parker, who wrote in 1853, "The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, But it Bends Towards Justice." In 1850 Parker wrote, "A democracy—that is a government of all the people, by all the people, for all the people." (It seems that King and Lincoln and Obama have all enjoyed using the words of others without attribution.)
His grandkids are probably as stupid as he is, so they have no idea that they are related to a moron.
Joe's grandkids also have the right to hair plugs; they just don't need them.
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