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minreader

Jul-26-13 9:37 PM

veritassss...can you give me facts of what you talking about? Please enlighten us all. It's sum kinda sad that you need to lie

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minreader

Jul-25-13 6:28 PM

bill...your right. We as Americans need to unite and stand our ground against this administration and any government agency that tears away from the very fabric that this great country was founded on.

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billldoesntgetit

Jul-25-13 3:22 PM

Its about standing our ground and We Are!!

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MarkHighwater

Jul-25-13 3:36 AM

Thought this feed was about stand your ground....stay focused people "@@"

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minreader

Jul-24-13 9:19 PM

Just 25 percent of independents, key to Obama's election victories, approve of the job he is doing and most voters are unhappy with the way things are going in US.

Voters Say They Expect ObamaCare Will Cost Them Obama Tries to Offset Scandals by Recycling Economy Talking Points

veritas, centerfield, lefty, willy. Come on man up defend this sorry piece of (bleep) Well...what are you waiting for?

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billldoesntgetit

Jul-24-13 8:14 PM

mini Obama is laying the ground work so people won't notice as he and his wife and kids go on another 20 million dollar taxpayer funded vacation..

hes trying to pat them on the head as he reaches in their back pocket and steals their money.

Obama is washed up..

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minreader

Jul-24-13 8:04 PM

mmm...why did little o have to go on the campaign trail and spend the tax payers money to say he was refocusing on the economy? He had to tell his story and say who was to blame for his lack of doing his job. little o is never responsible for anything no ownership at all.

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minreader

Jul-24-13 3:41 PM

center...and you believe and hang on everyword and everything that this admin is saying and doing. Are you really that slow. Man I feel sorry for you

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minreader

Jul-24-13 2:08 PM

centerish...it paraphrasing is conveying one's comments by keeping the same meaning but saying it in other words. What's the matter, can't you haddle the truth? That big hill and little o failed at their jobs to protect them, and then lied for several days while changing their talking points. Man what joker, smoke and mirrors

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centerfield

Jul-24-13 1:00 PM

The object of paraphrasing is not to change the meaning of the sentence, which you did. You act just like Rush by adding, subtracting, and changing the intent of the actual item to suit your needs. Not good. But you are a winger in training.

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locomotive

Jul-24-13 12:59 PM

"At least he won't get elected."

Let's wait and see, centerish.

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minreader

Jul-24-13 12:19 PM

centerish...I was paraphrasing, A restatement of a text or passage in another form or other words, often to clarify meaning.

I did not recite Hill verbatim,in the exact words : word for word <quoted the speech

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minreader

Jul-24-13 11:12 AM

The former head of U.S. forces in Africa, General Carter Ham, told the Aspen Security Forum that it quickly became clear the assault on the American consulate in Benghazi last year was a terrorist attack and not a spontaneous demonstration.

"It became apparent to all of us quickly that this was not a demonstration, this was a violent attack," Ham said. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton initially had portrayed the embassy attack as a response to an inflammatory internet video.

Ham said he was in Washington D.C. for a routine meeting on September 11, 2012 with Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Martin Dempsey, when an alert came in from commanders in Stuttgart, Germany that a violent assault was underway on the consulate in Benghazi and Ambassador Chris Stevens was missing.

Asked if it was a terrorist attack, Ham said the intelligence left no doubt that it was.

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centerfield

Jul-24-13 10:22 AM

After this certain Senator kept interrupting her answers about the Benghazi deaths, Clinton's comment included the following: "With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided that they’d they go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make? It is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, Senator." Now that is factual, mini.

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centerfield

Jul-24-13 10:19 AM

Well, as they say, even a blind squirrel will find an acorn. But, part of the release stated that at this time they have found no legal wrong doing but are continuing the investigation. The whole foreign national program EB5 should be done away with. But that is for later. If the guy is found to have violated some laws, then can his butt. Loved your support for Vitter. Great explaination....Now, if you had gotten that Hillary thing factual.

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minreader

Jul-24-13 9:10 AM

Al-Qaeda Growing Worldwide After 5 Years Of Obama. QUOTABLE: “That’s why, working with Joe Biden and our national security team, we’ve been able to decimate al Qaeda.” – Barack Obama. in a speech in Dayton, OH

Al Qaeda not only remains a threat to the United States, but its capabilities and scope are expanding, a new analysis from a respected think tank has concluded.

“There has been a net expansion in the number and geographic scope of Al Qaeda affiliates and allies over the past decade, indicating that Al Qaeda and its brand are far from defeated,” argues Seth Jones, an analyst at the RAND Corporation and the study’s author.

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minreader

Jul-24-13 8:32 AM

Dustoff3 as big Hill said a number of months back "What does it matter now they are all dead". However in this case she'll more than likly say well that was a number of years ago. He's not like that anymore cause he went to a class called, "How to hide my under the table biz deals"

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minreader

Jul-24-13 7:53 AM

DHS nominee under investigation for allegedly helping Hillary Clinton's brother.

Authorities are investigating the man President Obama tapped to take over the second highest spot at the Department of Homeland Security for allegedly using his position and power to unfairly obtain U.S. visas for foreign investors in a company run by Hillary Clinton’s brother, FoxNews**** has confirmed.

Alejandro Mayorkas, director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, was named by Homeland Security's Inspector General's Office as a target in an investigation involving the foreign investor program run by USCIS, according to an email sent to lawmakers late Monday.

Is this to much facts veritas, centerfield,lefty,willy?

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minreader

Jul-23-13 9:51 PM

Everyone know that Vitter is nothing but a wind bag of hot air as well is Mary Landrieu.

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minreader

Jul-23-13 9:44 PM

Uncle Barack to Punish White Neighborhoods for Lack of Inclusion.

Barack Obama’s latest plan to remake America will involve punishing white communities for their lack of inclusion.

Already the Obama Administration has doled out “damages” to 25,000 Americans in the last three years in housing reparation payments.

veritass...here is another source to my earlier posts today.

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centerfield

Jul-23-13 9:37 PM

Gee, mini, at least he won't get elected. Kinda different from the Republicans like Vitter and Sanford. At least he won't get elected. that says something for your party.

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minreader

Jul-23-13 9:18 PM

vertis...my bad am I posting to much for you??? We all know just admit it that you can't handle the truth

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minreader

Jul-23-13 9:14 PM

Anthony Weiner admits to sending more lewd images, texts but vows to stay in mayor's race.

This is a Democrat you truly believes he's above approach. Cause his hero is little o...after all look at all the scandals in the White House and little o is still there...sum kinda sad huh

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minreader

Jul-23-13 9:04 PM

Oh by the way we already have giving facts and sources. However you keep asking but when we ask for your facts and source you run your mouth off...you can't handle the truth

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minreader

Jul-23-13 9:00 PM

vertis...what's wrong can't you handle the truth?? The American people deserve and demand the truth of what little o is doing behind our backs.

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