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What is your impression of White House press secretary Jay Carney?

  1. Smart, shrewd politician
  2. Obama lackey
  3. Typical White House press secretary
  4. Shameless liar
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May-06-14 6:33 AM

"Shameless liar"

Projection, much?

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May-06-14 7:01 AM

All these people do is talk and use words to make it look like all is well when the reality tells another story, all is not well, but the words they use all of the time make it look like there is nothing wrong when everything is wrong, but the words are used to ease the minds of murkans so they just keep working and losing more of everything all of the time because they listen to words and keep their heads in the sand like ostriches.

All that is necessary is to tell the truth, but they can't because they lie all of the time to keep honest americans duped and hoodwinked and eventually broke.

Follow the money, where it goes and where it comes from, it comes from you and goes to them, not the other way around.

It trickles up to the gov and trickles down to Wall Street and you are left holding the bag, again.

Jay Carney's job is like Baghdad Bob's job. He must lie to make it all look like everything is under control when all it is a money game and you lose, all of the time.

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May-06-14 8:48 AM

Ari Fleischer Press Secretary George W Bush

Press Briefing January 9, 2003

"25,000 liters of anthrax ... 38,000 liters of botulinum toxin ... materials to produce as much as 500 tons of sarin, mustard and VX nerve agent ... upwards of 30,000 munitions capable of delivering chemical agents ... several mobile biological weapons labs ... thousands of Iraqi security personnel ... at work hiding documents and materials from the U.N. inspectors."

Ari Fleisher

Press Briefing March 21, 2003

"There is no doubt that the regime of Saddam Hussein possesses weapons of mass destruction. And . . . as this operation continues, those weapons will be identified, found, along with the people who have produced them and who guard them."

D. Shameless Liar

Let's not lose perspective though, 4 is much worse than 100,000.....

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May-06-14 8:58 AM

Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, who was chief of staff to former Secretary of State Colin Powell during George W. Bush's first term in office, said Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld knew the "vast majority" of prisoners captured in the so-called War on Terror were innocent and the administration refused to set them free once those facts were established because of the political repercussions that would have ensued.

Documents have been released over the past year that showed how in 2002 several high-value detainees were tortured and forced to make statements that linked Iraq to al-Qaeda and 9/11, which the Bush administration cited as intelligence to support its invasion of the country in March 2003. But the confessions were utterly false.

If Americans knew what went on here in 2002 & 2003, would George Bush have won the Presidency in 2004???

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May-06-14 9:04 AM

Boom: Republican Colonel Blasts GOP For Focusing On Benghazi Over Cheney’s ‘War Crimes’ May 5, 2014

After asserting that he remains a member of the Republican Party, Wilkerson said that he does find it concerning that the GOP focuses on Benghazi over more pressing issues.

“I find it an enormous problem that they go after something like this, Benghazi – tragedy that it was – and they don’t go after something that is a colossal tragedy like the war crimes of Richard Bruce Cheney,” he insisted.

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May-06-14 9:34 AM

The White House released its list of 454 employees, along with their salaries, and 21 of them earn the maximum pay of $172,200 per year.

And Jay Carney is one of them.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney finally cracked under the pressure of renewed criticism aimed at the administrations handling of the Benghazi debacle today. Reporters tasted blood in the water, after previously un-released e-mails surfaced that have caused the House of Representatives to subpoena Secretary of State John Kerry and call for a special investigation, among other inevitably ineffective and useless courses of action.

With a few swear words Carney said "I'm out." Is he lying again?

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May-06-14 9:58 AM

Home is where the heart is. White House press secretary Jay Carney has Soviet propaganda posters displayed in his kitchen.

In a Washingtonian MOM profile piece released Friday, photos show Carney and his wife, ABC news correspondent Claire Shipman, and their two children, living in a home decorated with Soviet art.

The kind of art that garr approves of: Just google Jay Carney and it is not too hard to find facts on him garr.

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May-06-14 2:33 PM

landslide2014 May-06-14 11:34 AM

"Your people VOTED for the WAR!!!! Your Democrats were part of the intelligence gathering that led to the war.."

Fox Network has used the word "Benghazi" over 10,000 times in it's broadcast since 2012.

So far, Politico reports, Republican congressional investigations on Benghazi have included "13 hearings, 25,000 pages of documents and 50 briefings."

Harf cited a quote from Boehner in 2007, when he complained about an attempt to subpoena then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to testify at a congresssional committee about the Iraq war.

Boehner called the the congressional hearing a "partisan show trial [that] is a waste of time and taxpayer dollars."

What will become crystal clear over the next few months is that the Republican Party is the party of manufactured lies.

Fox Network is their mouthpiece.

Their hypocrisy knows no bounds!!!

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May-06-14 2:58 PM

landslide2014 May-06-14 11:34 AM

"Garr your very own People VOTED for the IRAQ war.. So take your holier then thou words and swallow them.".

House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, dismissed questions about the weapons. He said questions about the matter amounted to "playing politics." 2003

In a statement regarding the release of the report of the presidential WMD commission on March 31, 2005, Senator Roberts wrote, "I don’t think there should be any doubt that we have now heard it all regarding prewar intelligence. I think that it would be a monumental waste of time to replow this ground any further."

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May-06-14 3:05 PM

Plame's identity as a covert CIA agent was leaked to the media by senior Bush White House officials to discredit and retaliate against her husband, former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, who had alleged the Bush administration misrepresented intelligence information to make the case to go to war with Saddam Hussein. I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby, the chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, was later convicted on federal charges of perjury and obstruction of justice in an attempt to conceal his own role and that of others in the Bush White House in outing Plame, although President Bush would later commute Libby's thirty-month prison sentence.

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May-06-14 3:05 PM

The Committee requested that it be supplied copies of the President's Daily Briefs (PDBs) concerning Iraq's WMD capabilities and ties to terrorism, but the White House denied that request. An article by journalist Murray Waas has described a specific controversy over the PDB for September 21, 2001, which allegedly said that the US intelligence community had "no evidence" linking Saddam Hussein to the September 11 attacks, and "scant credible evidence" that Iraq had any significant collaborative ties with al Qaeda. [1]

There's your "smoking gun".....

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May-06-14 3:15 PM

What is your impression of a bunch of old people on Medicare and Medicaid -- who constantly complain that they're against government health care?

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May-06-14 3:31 PM

Another c&p JustaGarr...where's your sources? Very typical of you.

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May-06-14 4:56 PM

There's no easy way to describe the Psychosis prevalent in today's GOP.

The then administration in 2001 provided the intelligence, the CIA talking points, the military options to kidnap 734 believed threats to US & ship them off to Guantanamo where forced confessions became evidence presented at press conferences. Handed to Colin Powell with contempt to gain international credibility & salivated a nation and the backboneless Democrats in congress at the time to vote for an ALL IN strategy whereby the biggest balloons of buffoons slowly leaked air over the next 2 yrs producing nothing but death.

In comes the rug of cover-up on the internet that says "Iraqi War is the Democrats War" because a breakaway group supported the ingredients of D ick Cheney's souffle or a Haliburton recipe for success depending on your viewpoint.

And the GOP accepts NO responsibility?

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May-06-14 5:39 PM

Wow! Republicans want to tie minimum wage with Keystone XL.....

Can always spot a really nervous Republican when they're willing to compromise.....

How patient can the Chinese mafia be?

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May-06-14 6:22 PM

Kinda wondering which party has cut funding for the security of foreign officials overseas? Let me see, not one year, not two years, but more years including the current proposed Republican budgets, aka Mr. Ryan. So, millions of dollars were cut from the security budget. No culpability there, right slide?

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May-06-14 6:27 PM

Here are some facts on those fine senators who are co-sponsoring the XL pipeline bill. They have received almost $20 million dollars from the energy industry--aka-- Big oil. Now, about this guy, Senator Hoeven???? $460,000 from the energy lobby in his short tenure. Why, even Heidi got about $160,000 in what, six months???? Oh, well, corporations are people too???? Or, money will not affect elections or votes... Justice Roberts... The destruction of the United States of America, courtesy of the REpublican party.

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May-06-14 7:16 PM

landslide2014 May-06-14 6:44 PM

"Want to explain.. Or do you need the Republicans to do it for you?????"

Alright, you asked.....

This Obama voyeurism is creepy!

Sleeping with a Playboy magazine under your pillow while elbowing your neighbor over the open Deacon position is too much to bare!

You admit they look alot like their uncle without ever mentioning you were out of town for years looking for work.....You're okay with traditions inside your belted control but gasp at the thought of independent beliefs because they're unsettling in your perfected.....

Your conspiracies are dark & self reflected desires masked by political inequities you learned from Fox News.

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May-07-14 2:23 PM

landslug2014, do you sit around all day making up these quotes you use in the posts. You need to get help and quickly.

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May-07-14 4:48 PM

landslide2014 May-07-14 11:31 AM "Lost its credit rating and soon will be back asking for MORE thats MORE money justaman.."

Yeah right landliar! We know why the credit rating was lowered.....Tea Party shenanigans at Taxpayer expense! And yes we'll remind the voters of the facts come election time.....

Interesting poll from CNBC

CNBC's first-ever Millionaire Survey reveals that 51 percent of American millionaires believe inequality is a "major problem" for the U.S., and nearly two-thirds support higher taxes on the wealthy and a higher minimum wage as ways to narrow the wealth gap.

Yet millionaires also believe that cultural and family issues prevent many Americans from climbing the wealth ladder. They advocate improved education, higher taxes on the wealthy and better savings incentives for the poor and middle class as important changes that would reduce inequality.


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May-07-14 4:52 PM

The respondents came from around the country and were split between Democrats, Republicans and Independents.

Multimillionaires, however, were far more likely to define the dream as material rather than spiritual (63 percent vs. 4 percent).More than half of millionaires and multimillionaires agreed that "inequality of wealth in our nation is a major problem."

The best way to reduce inequality, millionaires say, is through improved education. Fully 83 percent supported an increase in educational opportunities for the less wealthy. An equal number (64 percent) supported better savings incentives for the less wealthy and higher taxes for the wealthy. cont

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May-07-14 4:55 PM

Eighty-six percent of Democratic millionaires said inequality is a problem, compared with only 20 percent of Republicans. Two-thirds of Republicans vs. a quarter of Democrats say anyone can become wealthy in America if they work hard.

Democratic millionaires are far more supportive of taxing the rich and raising the minimum wage. Among Democratic millionaires, 78 percent support higher taxes on the wealthy, and 77 percent back a higher minimum wage. That compares with 31 percent and 38 percent, respectively, for Republicans.CNBC

So here's your GOP Rich in a nutshell: Godless, material orientated, uninterested in investing in Americas future selfish hypocrites.....

That about cover it!

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May-07-14 5:33 PM

And here are a few examples of Democrat leadership

Thank you for the combat zone in Chicago . Of course, they're all blaming each other. Can't blame Republicans; as there aren't any!

Chicago school system - rated one of the worst in the country. Can't blame Republicans; as there aren't any! State pension fund - $78 Billion in debt...worst in country. Can't blame Republicans; as there aren't any!

Cook County (Chicago) sales tax 10.25% - highest in country. Can't blame Republicans; as there aren't any!

This is the political culture that Obama comes from in Illinois. And he is going to 'fix' Washington politics for us? George Ryan is no longer Governor; as now he is in prison. He was replaced by Rob Blagojevich who is, that's right, also in prison. Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. resigned.... and that's right, he and his wife both are in prison also.

And Detroit?

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May-07-14 5:53 PM

There is no material poverty in the U.S. Here are a few facts about people whom the Census Bureau labels as poor. Dr. Robert Rector and Rachel Sheffield, in their study "Understanding Poverty in the United States: Surprising Facts About America's Poor" (*******tinyurl****/448flj8), report that 80 percent of poor households have air conditioning; nearly three-quarters have a car or truck, and 31 percent have two or more. Two-thirds have cable or satellite TV. Half have one or more computers. Forty-two percent own their homes. Poor Americans have more living space than the typical non-poor person in Sweden, France or the U.K. What we have in our nation are dependency and poverty of the spirit, with people making unwise choices and leading pathological lives aided and abetted by the welfare state.

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May-07-14 5:57 PM

landslide2014 May-07-14 5:46 PM

"Wow your one slick thinker"

And tks again landliar for proving your posts are originating somewhere else other than that quaint Burlington suburb you googled about!

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