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Putting the brakes on Reid

February 4, 2013

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid already is well on his way to making that house of Congress a rubber stamp for whatever he, often at the behest of President Barack Obama, wants to do....

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locomotive

Feb-11-13 3:13 PM

synambilexxx

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namexxx

Feb-11-13 1:37 PM

We need to put the brakes on Sybil. .

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This is a real crisis.

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locomotive

Feb-11-13 9:36 AM

Sure...

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centerfield

Feb-10-13 11:44 PM

Yep, loco, I do... I will reveal it when you provide copies of the official charges and arrest records on Clinton for your unsubstantiated charges.

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locomotive

Feb-10-13 8:45 PM

centerfield, do you have a different "work of fiction" that disputes the stories of these seven women, or are you satisfied with things the Clintons say instead?

Like Hillary claiming there's a "vast, right-wing conspiracy" out there? Yeah, a real moldy-oldy statement, but y'know, it sings...

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centerfield

Feb-10-13 12:14 PM

Bypass lori and run into locomotive. Good book in 2005. Little out of date. Author made tons and tons of money on it. But, no charges filed and thus your use of the term rape is not factual. There is a reason the book is listed in the fiction category. I am not in full support of Clinton, but it would be nice to be factual, which you are not. I was wondering if you go dredge up some material from back in 1990's or so and call it a fact. When you have no material, you can always dredge up old right wing charges. good luck with that, loco.

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centerfield

Feb-10-13 12:05 PM

Spending bills originate in the House, right, lori. Republicans have controlled the house for ten of the past 12 years of deficit wildness. The excessive spending bills of Bush carry over every year including 2007 and 2008. Name the spending bills that have blown the deficit that are attributed to Dems and those attributed to Repubs. You have little factual basis for your blog. Dreamland for you. Oh, and Bush deficit spent for eight years and left the economy in shambles. Get a life. Spending justification for two years out of twelve. Hilarious. When you have nothing, you make it up. You are good at making it up lori.

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locomotive

Feb-09-13 4:35 PM

centerfield: "Do you have proof of your contention on Clinton?"

Found a book on amazon...

"Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine" by Candice E. Jackson

"...chronicles how Bill and Hillary Clinton's inner circle bribed, intimidated, and harassed seven women who had once been the objects of Bill's lustful desires. The author - a feminist libertarian - does not condemn Bill's philandering ways, but rather in great detail exposes how the Clintons' liberal politics allowed them to justify their misogynistic attacks against these defenseless women.

"Clinton sexual assault target Kathleen Willey calls "Their Lives" the "most accurate portrayal of...the true nightmare Bill and Hillary put me through." Clinton rape victim Juanita Broaddrick hails the book as "a complete chronological account of the events surrounding Bill Clinton's violent assault on me."

Do you have proof that these women are lying? Seven of

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centerfield

Feb-09-13 1:00 PM

Hey, jack, I thought you had switched parties. But, you still revert to the right wing ways. Do you have proof of your contention on Clinton? It is called making false accusations and inferring that they are the truth. Back to your right wingy ways. I play left center but for the most part but I cover all fields, especially right field. They seem to need the most help with facts. For the most part, they never present any facts. I voted for Young, Andrews, Hoeven, Dorgan(Smell), Heidi, and Pomeroy... oh, Burdick too. Never voted for Conrad/Berg/Guy/Sinner and a couple of others. Yep, I can still play Centerfield and help you righties with the facts.

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locomotive

Feb-09-13 11:28 AM

centerfield, in spite of your no doubt carefully chosen name, you are arguing from the left(wing) side only.

I think that the truth is somewhere in the middle, perhaps in that "center" in which you don't really reside.

And here's one element of truth that nobody can refute: our government is spending way, way more than it's taking in.

Isn't that a problem?

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locomotive

Feb-09-13 11:25 AM

I thought Jack's post was pretty clear as far as who was in the ranks that were closing. He even named names. Very brave, Jack...

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centerfield

Feb-09-13 10:20 AM

My, my, I did not realize that the term "s u c k" was such an offensive term. Will have to take note of that in the future.

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centerfield

Feb-09-13 10:16 AM

Lets expand on the military budget. How about that good computer program that does not work for a billion or so Bucks. Now, lets add a few things to the $550 billion dollar military budget. Lets just add Veterans care over the next ten years. With PTSD and other rehab programs, it is expected to jump to 3-5 trillion (conservative estimates) over the next ten years and that is just ONE part of the military spending, not 83) . Lets just be selective and feed the Kool aide crowd(that would be you guys) more skewed information so they can happily blog away. Oh, and that debt problem: You need to keep up, the debt rate is changing. Oh, and don't forget who was driving the bus that got us here, who refused to work to get us out of the problem(McConnell &the filibusters) and the do-nothing obstructionist house. Yep, you got great information, yup,yup,yup.

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centerfield

Feb-09-13 10:07 AM

"Yet this year, he demanded Congress raise the debt limit without conditions" Let me see, the House is responsible for spending bills and the Senate agrees. Thus, the Debt limit is their problem. They spend and spend (republican controlled house) and then they don't want to pay off their bills. They want to blame the President for their spending. Right wing philosophy and the hogs come to the trough to*****it up...Now as to your fine report from the Republicans on the senate committee and the Republican report from Jeff Sessions: Well, it seems that it is everything thrown together and included 83 different programs such as Title I, Medicaid, Pell Grants, Adult Education, Breast/cervical cancer early detection programs and just about anything else they could throw in. Hmmmm, well G. Bush did his spending each year on the Wars but did not include them in the budget. Now, it would be interesting to see what the military budget would be with inclusions.

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JackAaah

Feb-09-13 7:46 AM

That's right, leftiewing...we do come together as a group. We WILL come together to circle the wagons to protect our own.....doesn't matter if it's Clinton raping women, congressmen filling office freezers with dirty money, senators off-shoring with under-age girls. We will and we MUST not break ranks, we will put up our shields.

We WILL move forword...ranks unbroken.

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ProgressiveLiberal

Feb-09-13 1:09 AM

"Science fiction writer Robert Heinlein noted that "throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man."

This is only true because we let 2% of the population steal 50% of the wealth of the United States of America. Tax cuts for votes.

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JackAaah

Feb-08-13 10:28 PM

Miss Information....now she brings back memories...my centerfold. and now some old feelings coming back...

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centerfield

Feb-08-13 8:34 PM

Nope, hope, am not the X, but I have spoken with here and you weren't the only guys she walked along the river bank with, although, you were far from proficient according to her. Actually, she used the term, inadequate. But whatever. Nice try on the citation from Investors right wing crap. Editorial board is well noted for extreme right wing editorials as well as full of miss information. I have read numerous editorials from them as well as rebuttals from economist and scientists as well. For the most part, they skew their findings and add their skewed opinions.. better luck next time.

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locomotive

Feb-08-13 7:34 PM

"...what no complaints about all c&p from lorexxx? What gives?" says Worried.

This, Veritas, is an example of an oxymoron.

c/p has its place though....

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-08-13 6:01 PM

h4c & loco what no complaints about all c&p from lorexxx? What gives?

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locomotive

Feb-08-13 3:30 PM

cont...from IBD "Welfare Increases Poverty Instead Of Ending It" 1/15/2013

"The best welfare program is not a government plan. It is a strong, expanding economy, which is, in fact, the only path for overcoming poverty.

"Science fiction writer Robert Heinlein noted that "throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man." It is only through free enterprise, which is fed by open trade, unfettered capitalism and liberalized markets, that humans have emerged from their natural state in which life was nasty, brutish and short.

"To paraphrase the great Milton Friedman, man's great achievements have not been the product of a government program, a redistributionary scheme or bustling bureaucracy. They are due to the simple profit motive at work in political systems that let people be fittingly compensated for their innovations and efforts."

Now that's speaking my language, and my parents' and grandparents' language too.

Good post, lorexxx

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locomotive

Feb-08-13 3:27 PM

1/15/2013 InvestorsBusinessDaily...

"Founded in 1984, Investor's Business Daily (IBD) is a leading financial news and research organization recognized for proprietary stock screens, comparative performance ratings and a record of identifying stock leaders as they emerge. IBD is also recognized for its unique commentary on the key economic, social and political issues of our time..."

I found lorexxx's post comments in this IBD article "Welfare Increases Poverty Instead Of Ending It."

cont...

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JackAaah

Feb-08-13 9:14 AM

Hope4....I almost threw up in my mou.....

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centerfield

Feb-08-13 12:18 AM

Is that your answer again to the fact that the welfare rate in the US is 4%? You or your friends cannot address that but continue to bloviate. Ok, then lorexxx, don't you have a comment on the welfare rate that would include facts or will you bloviate as well. You last post on the subject was woefully inadequate because it contain absolutely no facts but only your skewed opinions. Come on, you can do better than that. Can't you ?

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centerfield

Feb-07-13 9:30 PM

We all have come to expect your gibberish hope, especially when it comes to factual presentations. The welfare rate is 4.1% of the population but you and your ilk have been shooting your mouths off like it is 50%. You and your buddies in miss information know nothing about facts and therefore your comment become irrelevant.

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