"The Iraq war resolution enacted October 16, 2002, was well before Obama became a US Senator in 2005."
I guess the community organizer claiming he was opposed to the war was just so much blowing smoke?
They keep changing where to find the functions, although there's NO IMPROVEMENT for the user.
They do this KRAP and then charge more $$$ for it. And the STUPID CO THAT I WORK FOR falls for it and buys the stupid upgrades.
I spend 12% more time now doing the SAME THINGS that I need to do.
All that effort on my part, and no improvement whatsover.
She the 1%-er, BIG MONEY candidate, and all the wealthy Dems love their money-bags candidates.
That's the main thing for Dems- the MONEY.
To MSFT longs and liberals- 'decried' means that he was vehemently against it.
(At least back then.)
They all keep crashing.
This is pathetic. MS is pathetic.
The co I work for is a total SUKKER to buy all this lousy dysfunctional os & sw KRAP from that stupid old co.
I have wasted over 35 hours in the last 3 weeks trying to get pos 365 to work with itself.
The Iraq war resolution enacted October 16, 2002, was well before Obama became a US Senator in 2005. The fact is that Obama could not have possibly voted for or against the Iraq war.
Right wing nut jobs are serial liars.
"Made up fact. Obama was not a US Senator, he didn't vote."
He may have been pulling your leg. When the Gulf War Started Obama was voting to shake down shop owners in Chicago for protection money. That apparently qualified him to be President in liberal minds.
"I figured Hawcreek was there posting under his other alias ... "
And, as always, you "figured" wrong.
Its not good. and the promise that Edge would be great isn't true either, I have stopped using Edge because its slow. I now only use Firefox which is much faster and better.
Fecktard probably meant:
"Probably Sirius on Ubuntu is still under active development, I just don't know #$%$. That being the case, only fecktards should be interested in installing it. For smart people, being in a position to compile it is a waste of time and a joke, quite a hardship."
Made up fact. Obama was not a US Senator, he didn't vote. He was a State Senator and was opposed to the war. Now will you apologize to the world for lying? Of course you won't. Obama is the best President of all time.
I figured Hawcreek was there posting under his other alias ... and then as usual, returns under the Hawcreek Alias.
Standard Hawcreek Procedure ....
All Done Here
"Here is the truth...."
Begin Hawcraper quoting opposing OPINION, every time.
Hillary was not "fired, he did not have the authority. He was her boss and said she was unethical and tried to circumvent the process and he would have fired her if he had the authority.
What makes his version 100% believable is it is just like Hillary today. She would have eviscerated Monica without blinking an eye in defense of Bill's lies if she could have gotten away with it, and she is a woman's candidate?
Remember the "vast right wing conspiracy" Hillary created to defend Bill?
"Did Congress have the same intelligence information as the White House prior to the October 2002 congressional vote authorizing the use of force in Iraq?"
"The President, and a small number of presidentially-designated Cabinet-level officials, including the Vice President -- in contrast to Members of Congress -- have access to a far greater overall volume of intelligence and to more sensitive intelligence information, including information regarding intelligence sources and methods".
The Hawcreek Team Never Posts The Whole Story and Was Previously Debunked On This.
This guy is trying to Sell a New Book ...
"They also noted that the Washington Post's reviewer found (as we did) much of Zeifman's book to be mere repetition of speculation with little or no evidence to substantiate it:
The lack of evidence makes his theory hard to swallow. Zeifman's most reliable source — his diary — contains few revelations and seems little more than a chronicle of his suspicions and speculations.
Here is the truth.
"A pair of articles published during Hillary Clinton's run for the presidency in 2008, one by Northstar Writers Group founder Dan Calabrese and one by Jerry Zeifman himself, asserted that Zeifman was Hillary's supervisor during the Watergate investigation and that he eventually fired her from the investigation for "unethical, dishonest" conduct."
"However, whatever Zeifman may have thought of Hillary and her work during the investigation, he was not her supervisor, neither he nor anyone else fired her from her position on the Impeachment Inquiry staff (Zeifman in fact didn't have the power to fire her, even had he wanted to do so), his description of her conduct as "unethical" and "dishonest" is his personal, highly subjective characterization, and the "facts" on which he bases that characterization are ones that he has contradicted himself about on multiple occasions.