Jun-05-14 9:47 PM
Justaspeculator, I've only enough time for the real administration, not some imaginary one. Glad to see that you are hesitant about nothing our current President has done. At least you're consistent.
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I forgot to answer one of your questions, I don't have any time for you. I am a busy person.
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Funny really to think John McCain winning the Presidency in 2008.....
We'ld still be fighting in Iraq. We would be firing at Iran & bombing Syria. We'ld have ground troops in Ukraine. Naval blockade around North Korea and Sarah would have the entire coastline of Alaska armed with AAA's.....
Now that's a legacy worth fighting for.....
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Y'know, those Democrat advisers in the Beltway that told Democrat incumbents to "go ahead, run on Obamacare, celebrate how good it is" are probably still around, aren't they? I too say "go for it, Dems, loud and proud." No desperation there at all.
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That unadulterated affection PJinfinity has for the President has grown into something way personal, just as his comebacks to Missy have grown way personal.
Wait...they've always been personal. And misogynistic. Congrats.
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Did I compare the Pre1978 republicans to the current everyday republicans? No, I didn't. I know the history of the United States. It's ironic you try bringing up history when you can't even remember the mess the previous republican present go us into and how he just about bankrupted the country, just like every business he ever owned.
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MarkHighWater, where is you documented proof that Bush and Cheney were Draft Dodgers? At least the conferred with the Democrats and Republicans, Obama goes it alone.
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they lied to get out of a war...and they lied to get US into a war.
bush/cheney FAILED at every aspect of their 8 years of GLOOM n DOOM....what do you expect from a pair of draft dodgers.
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PJ, not for long. And he has never acted like a President. Remember, he has a phone and a Pen.
Well . . . he's President of the United States.
What's at the top of your resume?
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I don't believe he has any "accomplishments".
73Hockey Jun-04-14 3:09 PM
"That's racism PJ."
I'm sure it is...er...was, 73Hockey.
Grandpa has confused W. with the first Bush.
bush was handed a SURPLUS and turned it into a 10 TRILLION DEFICIT...lost 10-15 MILLION jobs and orphaned a MILLION Iraqi children.
"and having plunged tens of millions of Americans into poverty, the Republican's financial fiasco is still taking its toll."
Did anyone send thank you cards?
How many of the president's Bush "accomplishments" will Obama undo after he takes office?
Well for starters, the economy grew out of recession in just 6 months.....And more people have health care than ever before.....Both Wars coming to an end and well, we as a country are taking issues out of the barroom restroom & trying to figure it out on mainstreet.....
too bad congress can't retract the trillions spent on a phony wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as tax cuts for the ubber rich....MISSION ACCOMPLISHED...HA
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The total cost of the Bush banking collapse, bail-out and ensuing financial crisis was roughly 80 TRILLION dollars* -- and having plunged tens of millions of Americans into poverty, the Republican's financial fiasco is still taking its toll.
pbs . org / wgbh / pages/frontline/business-economy-financial-crisis/money-power-wall-street/how-much-did-the-financial-crisis-cost/
the rich got richer that's all that matters ;)
give me the good old daze of late 2008 with the economy on the brink of collapse/10 million jobs lost, and Osama bin laden living large in Pakistan.
That's racism PJ.
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Peewee and Poetic. Maybe you should actually do some research. The Democrats fought against the Civil Rights in the 1960's Senator Byrd (d) was a strong opponent of CR and was actually a KKK member.
PeeWee- You apparently know zilch about history. The DEMOCRATS were against the Civil Rights movement in the 1960's. The DEMOCRATS opposed the first Republican, Lincoln, in his efforts to end slavery in the middle 1800's. Republicans were always the ones to promote freedom and equality for all citizens, regardless of race. You are ingnorant of history and what has made our country great.
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They won't undo anything. They will rename it, reclaim it and leave all in practice.
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