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Who do you think would come out ahead in a Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush presidential election?

  1. Clinton
  2. Bush
  3. Not the American people
 
 
 
 
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centerfield

Aug-23-13 6:07 PM

Well, those names you put down are a long way from Loser. But, you have your own diatribe. I don't need any support, we all just watch you self destruct. Come back with some actual facts instead of air hockey blogs and we can debate. Until that time, go and blame me, liberals, Obama, namexx, Willg, and any other liberals.

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centerfield

Aug-23-13 6:07 PM

Well, those names you put down are a long way from Loser. But, you have your own diatribe. I don't need any support, we all just watch you self destruct. Come back with some actual facts instead of air hockey blogs and we can debate. Until that time, go and blame me, liberals, Obama, namexx, Willg, and any other liberals.

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locomotive

Aug-23-13 5:52 PM

"Your information reserve comes from these right wing gossip stations and you regurgitate it."

I know you really, really want this to be so true, centerish, but it's not.

Aww....

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locomotive

Aug-23-13 5:51 PM

"Well, loco, so what did you add with those three posts?"

I was ever so confident you'd tell us, centerish, as well as get in the last word on the HJB thingy. (smile)

But I beg to differ on your supposed non-usage of "those other names" I listed. You've called many people "losers" here before.

Where's namexxx when a little c/p is needed??

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centerfield

Aug-23-13 11:49 AM

Well, loco, so what did you add with those three posts? Did you defend your post on jobs? NO. Did you defend the indefensible Issa? NO. Did you defend the right wings four years+ of error filled attacks on Health care? NO. Your information reserve comes from these right wing gossip stations and you regurgitate it. Now, as to calling you a right winger??? What should I call you? You certainly are not a Republican as emphasized by your posting. You are not an Independent as per your posting. You certainly don't present facts to support your suppositions. The only group that professes the philosophy you present are right wingers. So, there you are. Oh, and those other names you listed. Call yourself all of them if you want but I don't use them.

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locomotive

Aug-23-13 10:00 AM

I was cut off. :-(

Sorry, it's really not free, nor will it ever be, but hurry and sign up before centerish gets impatient with you and calls you...

a dirty rat?

a dumb dumb?

a loser?

late for supper?

No, before centerish calls you a right-winger.

*gasp*

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locomotive

Aug-23-13 9:56 AM

"Just like the health care bill. So, health care is so bad. Why is the right wing spending over 500 million dollars advertising against it. Why fight it. Let it go and when it fails, the right wing will take over. Ah, but it won't fail..."

Well, I suppose not, when we keep hearing ads about exchanges and how one can/should sign up for insurance "even if you don't have it now."

So who's paying for these ads? The Democrat House and Senate members who passed the ACA? The Democrat left wingers (sorry, was I redundant)? Oh, no, now that's it's law, our government can advertise this boondoggle all it wants. It's not "wasted money" when a few more people can sign up for a freebie.

But remember folks - Obamacare is a tax. After Pres. Obama assured us in TV interviews that it wasn't a tax, the Supreme Court said it was a tax.

Sorry, it's really not free, nor will it ever be, but hurry and sign up before centerish gets impatient with you and calls you

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locomotive

Aug-23-13 9:46 AM

"We are not losing sleep over the demise of the Republican party. But we are enjoying watching you and the bumbling fools try to defend the indefensible party members."

I must be clairvoyant, centerish, because I already knew this before you typed it. DUH.

As one of the very busy Democrat White House apologists, I'm surprised you even have time for watching anything else but the defense of your own indefensible Democrat party members. Many come to mind, but there's plenty of news outlets (not just your fave Fox) that have been talking of them lately. Get a clue, centerish.

And if we wait long enough, another Republican or Democrat or Independent will be hitting the news with a breaking scandal. They're all human, aren't they, and prone to error. No one party has the line on virtue. EOS

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centerfield

Aug-22-13 11:30 PM

There you war mongers go again. Never saw a war you did not like. So, the people over there don't Like Obama...How do you know. Because your Republican sources say so???? Great source. Just like the health care bill. So, health care is so bad. Why is the right wing spending over 500 million dollars advertising against it. Why fight it. Let it go and when it fails, the right wing will take over. Ah, but it won't fail... so the Republicans defend the status quo and let the insurance companies/medical supply companies run the system. after all, that is how the right wing gets campaign donations. Oh, I forgot, your sources are fox, rush, and the boy idiots. Carry on.

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centerfield

Aug-22-13 11:19 PM

Loco, I got some really good news for you. We are not losing sleep over the demise of the Republican party. But we are enjoying watching you and the bumbling fools try to defend the indefensible party members. You cannot even defend statements you made to defend your own party.. Let me see: Make a statement, get challenged on the statement, but be unable to defend your original position::::: You lose the debate. So, rant away, loco, but remember ,,, you lose.

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minreader

Aug-22-13 9:49 PM

Education bus tour pulls Obama away from Mideast crises.

WASHINGTON – President Obama’s two-day bus tour touting his revamped education plan has raised questions about his priorities as the Middle East convulses with violence and political upheaval.

On the same morning Obama traveled to address students at the University of Buffalo, Egypt’s deposed former leader Hosni Mubarak was released from jail, four rockets were fired near Israel and global powers bickered at the U.N. over how to respond to an alleged deadly chemical gas attack in Syria.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., issued a blistering statement Thursday morning in response to the latest violence in Syria. "American credibility in the Middle East has never been lower," he said.

The Republican National Committee, meanwhile, derisively dubbed the Obama trip the "lame duck" bus tour.

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locomotive

Aug-22-13 6:33 PM

billgitmo, how does one tone down one's arms or legs? Y'know, the extremities you spoke of?

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locomotive

Aug-22-13 6:32 PM

centerish, I don't care what you think about the Republican party or Issa, because you don't care what you think about the Republican party or Issa. It's amazing that you didn't get what I said about "character" because it's true: it never matters when talking about a Democrat.

Sure, go ahead and tell Republicans how you're losing sleep over the "impending demise" of their party.

If Democrats didn't have a Republican party to blame for, well, everything, they might have to look in the mirror now and again.

It's always easiest to blame somebody else, always easiest to call anybody but yourself a loser, always easiest to oppose and not "cross the aisle" to attempt some compromise. That's been the Democrat workbox for some time, as if they have a monopoly on virtue or something.

With folks like centerish on the aisle's other side, the word "futile" has new meaning.

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centerfield

Aug-22-13 10:32 AM

Is your world really that small, loco. You cannot defend your claims on jobs, you try to pass it off as our fault, and now, you are trying to change the course towards defending Issa? Wow, even the Republican Senators/congress won't defend him. He stated his intentions, he regulated the investigation, he hides any evidence that is not to his liking, and he lies. So, what is your problem. Because he is Republican? Now, you want to defend the behavior of Teddy Cruz? You got the kooks, lots of them, accept them. You need to embrace Vitter, Paul, King, Cruz, and all the rest of the wild radicals. But, we all know how you operate, so carry on, loco.

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locomotive

Aug-22-13 8:15 AM

Yeah, right. It's only the Republicans that have losers in their party. Tell me another one.

Character assassination is one of the favorite tools in the Democrat workbox. We've all seen this before.

So when Pres. Clinton was a candidate, character wasn't deemed to be important. Affairs? Money irregularities? It doesn't matter.

When Pres. Obama was a candidate, character wasn't important. The voting public knew precious little about the freshman senator from IL as he ran for president. Experience? Voting record? Alliances? It doesn't matter.

Now that a Republican (Issa) is doing a little investigating, suddenly character IS important. Issa's background, past mistakes, flaws, anything, is to be used against him, for his current actions. Sure, NOW character matters.

The double standard is alive and well in this country, as promoted by progressive Democrats.

Thanks for remaining true to yourselves. Of course.

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centerfield

Aug-21-13 7:32 PM

You got absolutely nothing, loco. Yep, that was information that Issa , the consummate hater, saw but did not include in his skewed reporting. what losers you have in the party... Issa, Cruz, Paul... more to come.

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locomotive

Aug-21-13 11:56 AM

So the Emerge folks were asked about the content of their prayers? That was one incidence reported by one group, not necessarily a "tea party" type organization.

Perhaps centerish can detail exactly what's happened to any other politically oriented organizations? In other words, thanks for the Democrat info - got anything else?

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centerfield

Aug-21-13 11:14 AM

"Groups with the word "emerge" in the name tend to lean more Democratic. As The New York Times previously reported, three such organizations -- Emerge Nevada, Emerge Maine and Emerge Massachusetts -- all were denied tax-exempt status because the IRS determined that they existed strictly to benefit Democratic candidates." Could you tell us the names of Tea Party groups that were denied status? Seems this information along with other parts about liberal organizations being scrutinized was not included in the inspector general's report or covered by Issa. Yep, the issue is withering away but not in loco's mind.

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locomotive

Aug-21-13 9:39 AM

"Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel stated in testimony that 100 percent of the Tea Party groups were processed as possible political cases while only 30 percent of the Progressive groups were treated as such. What Werfel does not state is what was the relative number of applications that were made or to what extent the Progressive groups were roughed up during the application cycle and how long they were delayed. Try and find one of these groups citing their long delays and you will come up empty. Try and find the same for the Tea Party groups and you will find a massive number that have been and still are being abused by the process." 8-4-2013

Sorry, willgrr, the IRS issue still has some legs, whether you believe it or not.

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locomotive

Aug-21-13 9:30 AM

centerish, you'd really like the last word on my "House jobs bills" post, wouldn't you?

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centerfield

Aug-20-13 8:47 PM

What bait? You blogged and brought the subject up telling all the world that the Republicans passed 30 jobs bills in the House. I challenged that. You cannot defend your blog and now you try to reverse the field by blaming me. What a loser you are turning out to be. Run and hide like all the rest of the wingers. Make your statements, false that they are, then hide. You are the ultimate minority wimp. Great job proving to everyone your blogging is just jibberish and bloviating..

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locomotive

Aug-20-13 7:11 PM

All that was accomplished by your most recent post, centerish, is that you won't take bait, even if it could result in a slam-dunk for you.

"Find another site..." Uh, no. I'm really not going to do heavy lifting on this.

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centerfield

Aug-20-13 1:50 PM

What is with you, loco. You say you have been to the site but you cannot post them. Let me see, who brought this up on the blog. Oh, it was you. I think you should post each of the 30 jobs bills, show the actual jobs they will provide, and then show the pork that they put in them. You have pulled this almost every time you post when you get called on it. Push it off and make like the other person should provide the information on what you "bloviated" about. By the way, did I mention that you should show the pork as well. Especially which companies that the bill would benefit. I am sure that you will find anti EPA, deregulation, and many other pet Republican packages designed to help the big boys but not the rest of the people. Oh, and your site was pathetic. Find one that tells the whole story.

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minreader

Aug-20-13 12:50 PM

Kerry clears State officials faulted in Benghazi report, allows them back on job.

WASHINGTON – The four State Department officials put on administrative leave following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack in Benghazi have been allowed back on the job after being cleared by Secretary of State John Kerry to return, in a move one lawmaker decried as a "game of musical chairs."

Last December, the officials were removed from their posts after an independent panel criticized the security and “lack of proactive leadership” at the U.S. diplomatic compound. The stinging State report also called out officials in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs and said they “showed a lack of ownership of Benghazi’s security issues."

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locomotive

Aug-20-13 8:52 AM

centerish, get out of slam mode and just detail the House jobs bills. I gave you the site. Go for it. Instead, you want to complain that I "didn't read the bills" while slamming my reading comprehension (nice).

I can't believe you're missing this prime opportunity to post exactly what the jobs bills are all about. So far you've said the words pesticides, fungicides, rodent poison, deregulation, and your all-time favorite, bloviating. But y'know, that's not enough for me to join you in a slamfest of a Republican House. Not yet.

They say the devil's in the details, centerish. Provide the nitty-gritty details about the "more than 30" House jobs bills so we can all slam your opposition together. Why do I have to do the heavy lifting for you?

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