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Cheers and jeers

November 16, 2013

JEERS — To another act of despicable theft. A?total of $700 worth of tools was stolen from a construction site. That is bad enoug....

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usedtolivethere

Nov-23-13 10:57 AM

clever

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drugsrus

Nov-23-13 10:41 AM

usedto we do have a sense of humor, you are laughable, constantly defending the clown you say you never defend. Go get a Happy Meal with a toy -- you need something to play with besides yourself

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usedtolivethere

Nov-23-13 10:07 AM

You people obviously have no sense of humor. You all take yourselves way too seriously. Lighten up and enjoy life for a change

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usedtolivethere

Nov-23-13 10:07 AM

You people obviously have no sense of humor. You all take yourselves way too seriously. Lighten up and enjoy life for a change

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FedUp0416

Nov-23-13 7:48 AM

USEDTO: "wrong agsin..Obama's nominees were more qualified than Bush's were" That is your response? That is it? What are you 12 yrs old? Why didn't you add nanner nanner nanner, or some other childish comeback. What a joke.

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usedtolivethere

Nov-23-13 7:43 AM

you seriously need remediation...I said his NOMINEES

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drugsrus

Nov-22-13 6:21 PM

usedto, there you go again -- defending the liar in chief Barry Soetoro. The guy you say you never defend, and you have the nerve to call others liars????

Time to put the crack pipe down, Skippy

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usedtolivethere

Nov-22-13 5:46 PM

wrong agsin..Obama's nominees were more qualified than Bush's were

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FedUp0416

Nov-22-13 4:33 PM

Of course Obama was exactly telling the truth when he was whing about his appointments: - President Obama had 71.4% of his circuit court nominees approved during his first term, which is slightly better than George W. Bush’s 67.3% level of success during his first term. - George W. Bush appointments took an average of 277 days to pass the Democrat-controlled Senate. Obama's nominees are averaging 225.5 days to get approved. - Just another lie told by the man that cannot tell the truth. But the lefties just dont care.

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usedtolivethere

Nov-22-13 2:51 PM

the filibuster was intended to give the minority the right to be heard, not to stonewall passed legislation. Copied and pasted from what right wing rag, TOT? and you did it again you liar! OK for you to lie?

Sep-09-13 6:33 PM I am done... with posts to YOU! You have proven you ability to stay off topic fighting in every post... you are not worth my effort

One big LIE!!!

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drugsrus

Nov-22-13 1:47 PM

ToT, but the Rs didn't pull the trigger like the Ds just did. They only made the threat.

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TiredOfTax

Nov-22-13 1:44 PM

And yet they did NOT change the rule and worked WITH democrats... unlike the new game of my way or the highway!

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TiredOfTax

Nov-22-13 1:43 PM

Since George W. Bush first became president, Democratic senators have used the filibuster 10 times to block the confirmation of nominees for federal court judgeships. They chose their targets cautiously - more than 200 other nominees were confirmed, some of them men and women whose records were extremely conservative. But surely it is not a matter of life and death to the White House if, for instance, a former lobbyist for mining interests with a reputation for anti-environmentalism cannot get a seat on the federal bench out West. The president might have taken this opportunity to fulfill his long-deferred promise to be a uniter, and replaced the rejected nominees with other candidates from the very large pool of competent people available. Instead, Mr. Bush has drawn a line in the sand and resubmitted some of the same unworthy nominees. If the Democrats resist, the Republican leaders have vowed to change the rules and eliminate the right of filibuster for judicial nominations.

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drugsrus

Nov-22-13 12:40 PM

so what's wrong with H I l l s d a l e ??

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drugsrus

Nov-22-13 12:39 PM

and usedto,"Using it as a political tool is shameful" ?? really??? using it as a political tool was its intended use. You should sign up for Hil***ale College FREE course on the US Constitution.

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drugsrus

Nov-22-13 12:35 PM

usedto, it is really sad how those who were for this action, like Barry Soetoro, Joe "Plugs" Biden, and "Dingy" Harry Reid lobbied against the same measure in 2005. What a bunch of hypocrites. They all got to go.

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usedtolivethere

Nov-22-13 5:47 AM

Maybe if the filibuster was used the way it was intended it would still be there. Using it as a political tool is shameful

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drugsrus

Nov-21-13 11:59 PM

laker, I think you read that wrong. The filibuster clause in the Constitution has been there since its inception. It has worked just fine for all that time. The Rs tried the same thing a few years ago and the Ds shot it down. BUT now that the Ds want to make it easier to block a filibuster it's OK??????

The Constitution has been weakened, much to the joy of the liar in chief

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laker88

Nov-21-13 6:10 PM

I agree Drugs...filibusters are a pathetic,shining example of gridlock..they only serve to highlight a dysfunctional legislative body.

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drugsrus

Nov-21-13 6:06 PM

OK it's Thursday but JEERS to the US Senate for ruling against filibusters. It was wrong when the Rs tried it a couple of years ago and it is still wrong now that the Ds have passed it.

kind of like the liar in chief saying how raising the debt ceiling was irresponsible when he was a Sen. and now saying how good it is. WTF

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usedtolivethere

Nov-21-13 5:36 PM

none of you, with all of your insight, can recognize sarcasm because you're always looking for a fight

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FedUp0416

Nov-21-13 2:27 PM

USEDTO: There is that good ole liberal tolerance. The vitriol that your side preaches about is normally only used by your side. Good Luck with your anger management classes.

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drugsrus

Nov-21-13 1:08 PM

wow usedto, I'm sensing a little hostility

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usedtolivethere

Nov-21-13 1:07 PM

No, you idiot, just the bad things

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FedUp0416

Nov-21-13 10:36 AM

USEDTO: It is pretty obvious why healthcare spending increased at it lowest level in years. IT IS BUSHES FAULT. If all the bad things are Bushes fault, are all the good things too?

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