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drugsrus

Aug-05-14 3:16 PM

raiderxz, good thought. I heard this morning on the radio(not from Glenn Beck)a thought the what if a candidate told the voters BEFORE the election who his cabinet "team" would be. In essence getting the public to elect a leadership team instead of just the captain. The whole thing goes back to Lee Iacocca's book "Where have all the Leaders Gone". Who will be the next Washington, Jefferson, or Monroe ??

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drugsrus

Aug-05-14 3:09 PM

sorry usedto, it was your twin GetAClue. BUT the question still needs to be answered - Where did I agree with it??

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usedtolivethere

Aug-05-14 2:45 PM

drugs, you are taking too many, this is my first post in this thread....you skinheads sure get jumpy

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raiderxz

Aug-05-14 9:30 AM

Waste of time and money who the*****cares, republicans should concentrate on electing a libertarian for any chance in the next election bashing obama not going to do a thing except waste time and money, people put a black man in office because they were tired the way the country was going wanted extreme change, obviously it didint work. But that same approach not going to work in next election, getting a true good candidate would solve it. Romney (daddy made him rich) and McCain (too old not in touch, not really likable which is what some base their vote on its not rocket science) were not good choices really to compete. You going to get women that vote for Clinton no matter what, a good likable trustable candidate is whats needed.

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MrBoB51

Aug-05-14 7:22 AM

Since when has a lib let facts get in the way of a harmful narrative???

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drugsrus

Aug-04-14 9:04 PM

usedto so where did I say I supported the suit???? I merely stated the fact that it's what lawyers do.

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revoltnow

Aug-04-14 5:48 PM

everyday it's something new. it's getting extremely hard to be a proud American anymore. hardly ol barry's fault.. but he does have his hand in that cookie jar...

if it came to a vote. I'd have to say, let's give it all back to the Indians and start over....

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TiredOfTax

Aug-04-14 2:00 PM

One thing Obama, Pelosi and Reid owns...

$7,060,259,674,497.51--Federal Debt Up $7 Trillion Under Obama

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TiredOfTax

Aug-04-14 1:55 PM

MSNBC, 08/04/14 09:35 AM—UPDATED 08/04/14 09:40 AM Do you have any information from anyplace that HAS INFORMATION newer than this?

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TiredOfTax

Aug-04-14 1:53 PM

ADKman, I Googled your report, seems that MSNBC was the most reliable source to report on it even as they spun it out exaggerating everything. I will wait for the truth, not a spun out leftist theory.

The House Intelligence Committee is among the many congressional panels to investigate the deadly attack on the U.S. outpost in Benghazi in 2012, and its findings are reportedly complete. The committee’s report is not yet available, but Rep. Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) talked to the San Francisco Chronicle about the results of the inquiry.

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PleaseGetAClue

Aug-04-14 1:41 PM

DRUGS: "The suit will accomplish nothing, it's a smoke enema." yet Drugs supports it?

This worthless attempt will cost MILLIONS of taxpayers dollars....If that's the route republicans want to take, why not have them pay for this nonsense out of their pockets? A HUGE waste of money by the right and Drugs is all in favor of this.

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ADKman

Aug-04-14 10:28 AM

So... no comments on the recent House Intelligence Committee, led by Republicans, that found no wrongdoing by the Obama administration concerning Benghazi? There were no stand down orders given, no intelligence of an impending attack, and even some evidence that some of the demonstrators were protesting that anti-Muslim video. Once again, it seems, you righties were wrong.

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MrBoB51

Aug-02-14 9:24 AM

BF1, like just about everything you post, you're 100% wrong regarding Bond v US, you don't know what you're talking about my friend. Your lame attempt at parsing words is laughable..and you claim you were a teacher?? Pathetic. As I said, Obama knows how to talk to his horde of uninformed followers but don't you try that silly lib-speak on me, it will never work. Either find some facts to debate or just run along, be a good lib and find some victims to suppress. (There are not many here).

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drugsrus

Aug-01-14 7:22 PM

tomato, tomahto, there BF1. The fact is this guy is a bigger criminal than Al Capone. Open your eyes

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BlackFrancis1

Aug-01-14 3:10 PM

You are confusing "illegal" and "unconstitutional" - they are not interchangable. SCOTUS opined that a couple of the recess appointments were unconstitutional - not the same as illegal.

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drugsrus

Aug-01-14 2:14 PM

BF1, you have plainly ODed on Barry's Koolade and are beyond help."The SCOTUS deemed a few appointments rebuke worthy due to the timing; not the same as illegal" ????? Really???? I'll try that the next time I get caught speeding. I'll tell the judge that it was a matter of bad timing on my part that the officer was in the area at the time. I'm sure he will see the obvious error on the officers part. IF those appointments were 100% legal they would have stood.

Barry needs some jail time

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TiredOfTax

Aug-01-14 1:55 PM

But Obama does them even when congress was not in recess. He is a criminal and needs to be sent packing!

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BlackFrancis1

Aug-01-14 1:45 PM

Recess appointments aren't illegal. They have always been part of our political system. The SCOTUS deemed a few appointments rebuke worthy due to the timing; not the same as illegal. The contraception mandate decision by SCOTUS didn't deem anything illegal, let alone anything the president did or didn't do. It just said certain companies are exempt from the mandate. Bond v. US concerns Congress's treaty powers. Where is all this rampant lawlessness some posters keep referring to?

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drugsrus

Jul-31-14 10:15 PM

good dea Hill, but don't let that $50 be the deciding factor in giving up your vote. Better to ask them pertinent questions - like - How about doing away with government pensions for elected people??? or - As long as this is really a part time job, how much do you really expect to be paid on a per day basis???? You will be spending your own money for travel to Albany/Washington, right???? Will you be following the advice of your constituents as our representative???

It's time to take it all back.

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Hilltopper

Jul-31-14 9:21 PM

Druggy: You better remind me of who is in control. I know it isn't us even though its supposed to be "we the people". Here's a thought for you. I get emails and letters from politicians and the party asking me for a contribution to the campaign. I'm going to send a return letter or email to all those who contacted me and tell them if they want my vote they have to send me $50 and I'm not contributing a dime. Think it will work?

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drugsrus

Jul-31-14 6:59 PM

usedto, BF1 and ADKman - it's what lawyers do. The suit will accomplish nothing, it's a smoke enema. there are only a couple of people in the House with the cajones to start impeachment proceedings. Most of the rest are afraid of their "political standing" and worried about being re-elected. We The People need to vote them all out a time of two to remind them who is in control

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MrBoB51

Jul-31-14 6:22 PM

Adkman, I am separating fact from fiction. Obama, in at least 12 incidents, has conducted himself illegally and there around 70 documented examples of abuse of power. Check the SCOTUS rulings regarding the illegal acts for yourself. As with other Presidents bad behaviour, this does not rise to the level of High Crimes and Misdemeanors. Suing him is a waste of time and Impeachment talk is a Dem campaign talking point. It only enhances partisanship without cause BUT a lot of Americans, for their own reasons are waking up. Bush, Chaney and Rumsfeld have almost 1800 Lawsuits against them that are going nowhere either. It's all a charade played out by both Parties and far too many Americans are breathlessly trying to out-guess each other all the while ignoring the real answer...the more Govt grows, the harder you will keep guessing. In other words, to quote Admiral Akbar...'IT'S A TRAP'!!!

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MrBoB51

Jul-31-14 5:50 PM

BF1, why don't you do some research before you try to excuse Obama? You have a habit of issuing spurious challenges just to be contrary but I'll play along....1) Recess Appointments..2) Contraception mandate..3) Bond v United States..4) Yucca Mountain application..4) Authorizing killing of 4 Americans abroad without due process. Shall I go on or have you had enough? You go to prove one thing for sure, Obama knows how to speak to his low information acolytes doesn't he BF1.

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Hilltopper

Jul-31-14 4:17 PM

It's called "pin the tail on the donkey" and every juvenial party has fun with this meaningless game. Don't forget the party hats and noise makers.

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TiredOfTax

Jul-31-14 2:16 PM

This is John Boehner attempt to satisfy the conservatives insistence that he does something. He should be looking to impeach him but does not possess the backbone to do what is right. Obama is one branch of the 3 branches of our government he does not have the authority to go it alone writing policy, he can request changes and can SIGN the changes but he cannot use his phone and pen to wipe out our constitution and laws. If he does as he says he will do with immigration and executive orders a grand plan, that alone should send him packing. He does not respect our constitution, our laws or our countries established ways of governing. I hope that we survive the two remaining years of liberal policies that this partisan president has left.

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