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Selective outrage in D.C.

June 1, 2013

Some champions of the free market insist Congress — usually its liberal wing — simply can’t abide with success....

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Jun-07-13 11:46 AM

Oh, and that retired jet jockey is about a half bubble off as you research his writings. He dreams of people and then tells others about his dreams. Yep, he is a good source. Your BS on getting jets there on time is supposition based on few if any facts. Oh, and your expert said that the jets could land and refuel at the Syrian airport. Boy that is a hoot. I am sure they would have been welcomed there. More of your right wing garbage. But, with hypocrite it is garbage in and garbage out.

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Jun-07-13 11:42 AM

Dusty, maybe you should go talk to Behnor and find the jobs bill he won't bring up for discussion. Let me see, it was an infrastructure bill that had the potential to provide upwards of a million jobs... Ah, but we don't need bridges fixed or roads repaired. Your gutless wonder politicians are doing nothing to help the country, just as they said the would do nothing. You have a lot to be proud of.

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Jun-07-13 12:39 AM

Is this the same Phil Handley who had dreams about John Kerry's nomination hearings and has been out of the service for 20 plus years? Just wondering about his knowledge of what actually was going on over there since he has not been around the technology for a day or so. You still a birther too, hypocrite?

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Jun-05-13 9:15 AM

Is that your standard reading material at home, hypocrite-dusty? No wonder your posts are so off the wall.

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Jun-04-13 11:21 PM

Don't forget the conspiracy, hypocrite-dusty. You left that out.

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Jun-03-13 12:22 PM

Corporations don't pay taxes, people pay taxes. Well, except for Obama's low information voters

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Jun-02-13 11:00 PM

examiner . com/article/are-newspapers-already-receiving-federal-subsidies 2-3-2011

latimesblogs . latimes . com/washington/2010/06/federal-trade-commission-free-press

These oldie, but goodie articles should help to soothe namexxx's outraged feelings, especially when he reads that liberal newspapers are the ones that were proposed to get some help from the gov't.

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Jun-02-13 9:13 PM

I'm outraged that tax payers are subsidizing a private, for-profit newspaper.

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Jun-01-13 10:08 AM

Take an interesting journey thru Google to GE political contributions. Tons of money spent on contributions and lobbyist last year alone. Top areas they lobbied in was, was, was TAXES and the second was defense spending. Guess who listens to that? This is on all the political hacks on both sides. GE has like 141 lobbyists and 100 of them are former government employees.

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