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  • Poor old Cleavage, The flabby white, welfare sucking, taker, is saying he doesn't recognize the United States as being legitimate..... but he still cashes his agriculture welfare checks each month. Odd, the Tea-Droolers, made up of short white men with small man-parts, never mention his welfare status. Well, I have a letter for old Cleavage:
    Dear Cleavage: Your criminal, illegal, and very unconstitutional welfare scam nearly caused various of our nation's fine militia folks (all white, unemployed) to start shooting at federal agents, so determined they were to protect your white privilege right to graze his private herd of cattle on whatever land he feels like free of charge forever and ever because of 'liberty'.

    Old Cleavage doesn’t recognize the federal government.

    Speaking to conservative radio host Dana Loesch last week, he said he believes in a “sovereign state of Nevada” and abides by all state laws, but, “I don’t recognize the United States government as even existing.”
    So if that's the case, why does he keep waving American flags around, or where does he think his welfare check comes from?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • " that President Obama declared was “decimated”

    Go ahead and post the link to where President Obama said those very words...

    lol...Watch happygambler34 run away like a girl......

  • Remember when all the "polls" said Romney would win?

    hahahahaha...Silly brain dead right wing empty headed believer in polls.....

  • Reply to

    McCain almost as bad as Obama

    by vote4tea 13 hours ago

    Agreed, jimmy Ccarter even looks great. But what can we expect from a community organizer?

  • the hunger to get us into a war (Iran, Syria, Ukraine) seems to have McCain slobbering like a rabid dog.....Kerry tries to keep up, but no one thinks Kerry really believes in anything but Kerry.
    What a screwed up administration.

  • This student loan bubble will adversely impact first time home owners. How can U get a mortgage when you owe thousands in loans that can never be included in Bankruptcy
    Look out. Below. I give it 2 more years.

  • Al Qaeda, the terrorist organization that President Obama declared was “decimated” in his 2012 reelection campaign, has reappeared in a bold and defiant way and is reiterating their call for attacks on the United States.

    CNN called their recent meeting the “largest and most dangerous gathering of al Qaeda in years.”

    In a video being circulated by numerous news organizations, Nasir al-Wuhayshi is shown addressing more than 100 fellow terrorists who apparently felt safe meeting in the same location.

    Al Qaeda recently took an opportunity to poke our intelligence community in the eye. They did it by conducting a mass get together i.e. party, in Yemen. Somehow our intelligence missed the biggest gathering of Al Qaeda bigwigs in the history of the war on terror. More than a hundred affiliated “soldiers” were there, including the groups most important rockstar.
    “In the middle of the clip, the man known as al Qaeda's crown prince, Nasir al-Wuhayshi, appears brazenly out in the open, greeting followers in Yemen. Al-Wuhayshi, the No. 2 leader of al Qaeda globally and the head of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, has said he wants to attack the United States. But in the video, he looks unconcerned that he could be hit by an American drone.”
    How could something like this possibly slip through the grasp of the NSA, CIA and other anti-terror organizations? Isn’t this the entire reason they have trampled the Constitution in the first place? We’ve become adept at using drones to attack a single terror suspect surrounded by his family while driving down some nondescript desert road, but we can’t find a gathering of over a hundred terrorists (including the biggest prize since Osama bin Laden) in a nation we are watching intently?
    This cannot be good, and CNN seems confounded too.
    "His message to the United States… was very much the same as (former al Qaeda leader Osama) bin Laden's: 'We're coming after you.' "

    Al Qaeda is clearly sending a message to us, to our allies, and to the group’s own allies. They’re back. They’re confident. They’re coming for us.
    Maybe it won’t be here on US soil. Maybe it will be an attack in Iraq, Afghanistan or Pakistan first. Maybe it will be a show of force in Australia, Britain or Germany… but make no mistake, they aren’t throwing parties to celebrate a bombing at a wedding in Yemen. They are reminding us all that they are still standing.
    So what do we do next ?
    The same thing we did on September 12, 2001. We wake up, we go to work, we love on our families, we worship at church and we enjoy baseball, apple pie and barbecue. It was a mistake to give up so much of our privacy to the government in hopes of securing some safety. Our privacy is part of what makes fighting these terrorists worthwhile. Our government must learn to use every measure available within the framework of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to fight these vicious madmen. Not one inch more . Even if they promise they won’t misuse it.
    We should fight these terrorists. We MUST fight these terrorists. But we must do it as Americans, through bravery and sacrifice, because of our Liberty. Don’t give up what it means to be American because then… what’s the point of fighting back?

  • The other 38% are all lo -info loony libs.

  • If you like your smidgen, you can keep your smidgen. 62% of Americans
    Think the doper lied to get re-elected. The other w 48% are brain dead loony libs

  • " one has argued that Greenland warming is serious proof of global warming. "
    LOL! Of course they have and they do it all the time and they do it every day. YOUR denial of that fact does not make it so.

    But it's your further unfounded illogical comment that we find the most laughable. A CONSEQUENCE of your car's slipping on ice is a spinout and severe injuries, but it is of no value in proving ice is on the road.

    Next, you'll drag out that hoary old "precautionary principle".

  • You didn't understand my post.
    To bad.
    But, back to my post. With all of this cold weather in the east I wonder if any of the Al gore Believers are changing their minds.
    A couple of more today, funny to hear them at lunch.

  • What the idiot Community Organizer, choom gang member, Doper should do to really terrorize Putin is
    Send Big B?tt Michelle to Moscow. That ugly thing would frighten an orangatang.

  • Oversight member on Lois Lerner coordination with DOJ: ‘Now I see why IRS is scared to give up emails’

    Key members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform expressed outrage at revelations made in newly released emails showing ex-IRS official Lois Lerner coordinating with the Department of Justice on prosecuting nonprofit groups.
    One committee member said the emails prove why the IRS is “scared to give up the rest of Lois Lerner’s emails.” IRS commissioner John Koskinen was recently threatened with contempt for stonewalling the committee’s investigation. Koskinen claimed in a hearing that it could take years to provide the documents requested by Oversight.
    “The release of new documents underscores the political nature of IRS Tea Party targeting and the extent to which supposed apolitical officials took direction from elected Democrats,” Oversight chairman Rep. Darrell Issa said in a statement. “These e-mails are part of an overwhelming body of evidence that political pressure from prominent Democrats led to the targeting of Americans for their political beliefs.”
    “Now I see why the IRS is scared to give up the rest of Lois Lerner’s emails,” said Oversight Economic Growth subcommittee chairman Rep. Jim Jordan.
    “Not only do these e-mails further prove the coordination among the IRS, the Federal Election Commission (FEC), the Justice Department and committee Democrats to target conservatives, they also show that had our committee not requested the Inspector General’s investigation when we did, Eric Holder’s politicized Justice Department would likely have been leveling trumped up criminal charges against Tea Party groups to intimidate them from exercising their Constitutional rights,” Jordan said.
    The emails were obtained through a lawsuit filed by the watchdog group Judicial Watch, and were not provided to Oversight, which voted to hold Lerner in contempt of Congress. Lerner’s contempt charge currently awaits a full House floor vote.
    “I got a call today from Richard Pilger Director Elections Crimes Branch at DOJ … He wanted to know who at IRS the DOJ folks could talk to about [Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon] Whitehouse idea at the hearing that DOJ could piece together false statement cases about applicants who ‘lied’ on their 1024s — saying they werent planning on doing political activity, and then turning around and making large visible political expenditures,” Lerner wrote in a May 8, 2013 email to a colleague, just days before the IRS scandal broke.
    “DOJ is feeling like it needs to respond, but want to talk to the right folks at IRS to see whether there are impediments from our side and what, if any damage this might do to IRS programs. I told him that sounded like we might need several folks from IRS …,” Lerner wrote.

  • Reply to

    200k student debt ..cont

    by pumpdy_dumpy12 14 hours ago

    According to CPWR guy ,the nation has a bill for $1.2 TRILLION of student debt. I guess that surpasses the bill for the GFC. It's a bubble that has to pop...


    No, it is not, simpleton. $1.2 trillion is only about 10% of total US household debt -- it's roughly the same as total debt on auto loans and not much more than aggregate credit card debt. Mortgage debt is nearly eight times larger than student loan debt. If it's a "bubble," it's a small one.

    Plus, a wave of defaults on student loans will not have anywhere near the same impact as a wave of foreclosures. If a student goes broke it won't impact a neighboring student, whereas a row of foreclosed homes will drag down the asset value of even healthy homes next door.

  • rodentologist 14 hours ago Flag

    "I agree, so like I said in my post, you will see them posting in the summer time talking about Global warming again."

    Grapefruit, science people post BOTH in summer and winter that global warming is occurring. You seem to think that somehow we get doubts when you write posts about it snowing in the winter.

  • Reply to

    200k student debt ..cont

    by pumpdy_dumpy12 14 hours ago

    Let's say you qualify in engineering or architecture or Vetinary. The employer loves to hire keen ,young grads. So ,he runs them till they are about 40 , culling them all the way ,then at 40 he culls out all the losers who failed to reach management status.

    You see them selling cars or real estate or even washing cars.LOL

    Haaa haaa it's a cruel world.

  • Why does ironbar_nov8 wonder so much?

    So much wonderment made by

  • Like you can see in my post you will see them posting about GW in the summer time again. Did you miss them posting here in all of the other summers in the last 15 years?

  • I agree, so like I said in my post, you will see them posting in the summer time talking about Global warming again.

  • According to CPWR guy ,the nation has a bill for $1.2 TRILLION of student debt. I guess that surpasses the bill for the GFC ,.

    It's a bubble that has to pop...

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