The only red line the emperor has is the red line of debt he is creating for all of America,while he lives big!
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Animal--- Just off the top of your head, pardon the expression, what is the current deficit?
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rahi, in order to create peas and harmony, I feel I must clarify....animal was talking debt, and you are talking deficit....two different things. But we know they are related as deficits create debt. And if we could just have the government print as much as they want, spent as much as they want, we could again be the powerhouse of the globe....in order to move forword, I feel....unbridled spending is the answer....
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Obama is the problem to so manny of our problems.....if it wasn't so sad it would be funny.
He has no back bone to stand up to anybody that is a threat and he shows no loyalty to our troops and our allies.
He seperates the nation along race lines, religous lines and class lines.
Those that voted for him the 2nd time should be tested for brain activity!!! How can you justify leaving his mess to our kids and grandchildren.
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If he goes into Syria, he is wrong. If he does not go into Syria, he is wrong. In previous blogs on Syria, the wingers were all over him for not going into Syria and shipping arms to rebels. It does not make any difference what he does with Syria, the economy, the deficit, or anything else, in the eyes of you wingers, he will be wrong. That is the power of positive thinking, I guess. So, let us pray. With the power given by Rush Limbaugh and others, the Republican party is absolved from any and all wrong doing on the economy, the wars, national policy, international policy, civil rights, voting suppression, minority oppression, and just plainly ignorant decisions for the country. And, the blind and deaf followers of this abhorrent philosophy shall never have to provide justification for their irrational and deviant views. Amen
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Whistler, you are late to the table when it comes to Jackaaaaaaahhh. He is truly reaching across to the liberal side of the table; qutie a reach from his conservative spot at the table!
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And now news is coming out (from the US) that it was the side we've been bankrolling that used chemical weapons. What say you of THAT development?
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*from the UN. Not sure how I did that...
I agree with veritas, what a group of right wing comments. All of which come from right wing rags. Just a few weeks ago the wingers wanted Obama to support these rebels with money/arms, air support, but now are claiming that they (US sources) are to blame. Which is it? How many people were killed because Bush lied about WMD's. Soldiers and innocent Iraqie civilians. Guess you always forget that, don't ya, BDGI
Average adult IQ 90 - 100. President George W. Bush was estimated between 111.1 - 138.5.
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Hope the time off was good for you and yours, Veritas. Coincidentally, it was good for some of us here too.
Now we can get back to "normal" again...
Veritas, look it up. Say what you want, who cares? And by the way, You have no Proof. Just your "Liberal over and over and over again", talking points. Big deal.
Veritas, nice try. I have more important things to do than you. Look up your facts and report back. With your one finger.
By the way just Google it. You can get the facts. (In case you didn't know.)
Gosh, mini and BDGI, you must have missed the question. How many civilians (Iraqi and others) (innocent) (shock and awe heck) were killed by Republican (Bush/Cheney/Rumfeld) lies. Oh, as long as you are looking, look up how many Allied soldiers were killed, how many were wounded, and how many have committed suicide since it began. Now, maybe you could site your sources to verify the transfer of these weapons to Syria. Now, calm down. I am not saying that Iraq at one time did not have those kinds of weapons. After all, you brought it up. You prove it. Or, as Veritas says, another conspiracy theory which is the staple of those who know nothing. So, don't be like loco, who brings things up but cannot defend them. Oh, shucks, you guys are already doing that...
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Now, when did Saddam get those weapons that Bush could not find? Well, When the messiah was in office, Iraq used those weapons against Iran. Gosh, did we know that for a fact...Yes we did. Ronnie knew it but said nothing. Iran even came to the UN with samples but the US did nothing. Selective reasoning. So, did Saddam have those weapons at one time or another. YEP, he did. Did Bush find them after killing so many innocent people??.. NOPE. Did the US look like a fool in the eyes of the world? YEP
Come on missy, get real. Right wing summaries don't count for much. Now, the Pew Foundation did a report in 2008 covering the previous ten years. Not what you want to read. Bush's was viewed as " little confidence/no confidence" in foreign countries was uniform-- He averaged between 75-80% with an unfavorable view of him. Not just European countries but all around the world.
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Back to the right wing philosophy. Never met a war, you did not like. But, lets do this. You want boots on the ground, how about putting your grandsons in the first wave of those ground troops. Lets see your yellow streaks show up on you backs.
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Back at ya, Centerfield. You only hear and read what you want. And your point is? Oh yea, you want, you are owed, and Obama promised. Everyone but the Liberals are Racist, hates women , hates everything. I got your talking points. Get Real, yourself.
No, Veritas, I said the time off (from your lib talking points - thanks Missy) was enjoyable.
I think you're being thick-headed on purpose.
1. obvious and intentional exaggeration. 2. an extravagant statement or figure of speech not intended to be taken literally, as “to wait an eternity.”
"Hope the time off was good for you and yours, Veritas. Coincidentally, it was good for some of us here too. Now we can get back to "normal" again..."
Hmmm...is it hyperbole or not?
"During the eight years that Bush was in office, the image of America abroad took a pretty hard hit. In Bush's last year in office, I spent some time volunteering in a village in Peru. A farmer took me to see his donkey tied behind the shed. He pointed at it and said, “His name is Bush.” Excerpt from an article written by Adam Hogue ten months ago. How true.
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Yep, dusty, when you have nothing, you repeat nothing over and over. I stated that Tripoli was not a secured airfield and the jets could not land there. That was a factual statement and follows international rules and military protocol. But, you know nothing about that as with most all of your posts.
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You hatred know no bounds. Going over and over Benghazi is just showing how little you know. Your information is incorrect and at best an indication that you have nothing to put forth but lies and hatred. Oh, and I am sure you have a grandson over there and he is probably the commander of the entire war zone. You guys always have experience or knowledge of things at the highest level. That yellow sheen is coming off your back and it is visible even through your hatred and rage.
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