Being neutral in the mighty battle between Dems and Reps, I must point out that Hillary is the only hope for Dems to make things right after Obama's mess.
Only one Democrat among the 4, not a bad trade off. No one talks about why the CIA did nothing about this, all had protected offices in the same compound.
shot a unarmed balck kid in the back - become a racists hero
But funny thing though, for some odd reason, they don't seem to care one iota that their evilmuslim Messiah murdered 4 WHITE American men in Benghazi?
Americans mourn 9/11
O'Bama celebrates it.
Just as he did the day it happened.
I noticed that you have 3288 posts since 6/18/14, and wondered how was this possible. Then I checked, and saw that you have 3287 STUPID REPLICATES!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Kind of makes you wonder, don't it. I mean.....what if his policies had succeeded?
Congress doesn't know much about Ebola, either: "Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) says Ron Klain is 'off to a bad start' in his new role as the president's Ebola response coordinator, and that the U.S. Surgeon General should be the one leading the effort. But what Chaffetz doesn't seem to realize is that there hasn't been a surgeon general for more than a year. 'Why not have the surgeon general head this up?' Chaffetz asked in a Wednesday appearance on Fox News. 'I think that’s a very legitimate question. At least you have somebody who has a medical background whose been confirmed by the United States Senate.' 'It begs the question, what does the surgeon general do?' he added. 'Why aren’t we empowering that person?'"
Inconvenient Fact for Republicans: Bush's record will always be relevant. Feel free to add to this list.
Bush picked Cheney to be VP. Could Sarah Palin have done worse? I doubt it.
Bush passed TARP.
Bush started the Iraq war based upon lies. He never funded the war which caused massive federal debt.
Bush gave a massive tax cut to the rich at a time of war.
Bush grew Government. Homeland Security; Spying; Illegal torture? Abu Graib.
Bush DID NOT keep us safe. He Cheney and Rice allowed 9.11 to occur on his watch which resulted in the Patriot Act and two precious Republican unfunded wars.
Bush was a terrible diplomat and for the first time in history the US was looked upon unfavorably by foreign entities.
Katrina occurred after which Bush's performance will live in infamy as a blunder of epic proportions.
Bush created the first-ever federal education mandate to oversee school performance nationwide
Bush created Medicare part D and refused to negotiate prices with the drug companies. This was never funded by the republican-held congress at the time.
Give Bush a healthy share of the blame for the national debt crisis as well. He inherited a surplus from Bill Clinton and promptly gave it away by cutting taxes in a way that disproportionately benefited the wealthy. He refused to raise taxes to help pay for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, or the new prescription drug entitlement. All of that went on the nation’s credit card.
After the financial crisis hit during Bush’s final months, the economy shrunk by 9 percent and millions of people lost their jobs. But the Treasury was empty, so Obama had little choice but to borrow more to cope with the emergency.
Even the most creative and partisan historian will have a hard time giving Bush a passing grade. The former presidents and foreign dignitaries who gather today to dedicate Bush’s library will be polite and say nice things.
Who thinks Bush was a good president? Would you admit to voting for him twice?
Herbert Hoover and GW Bush successfully destroyed the economies before both, the great depression and recession. Strangely enough, those two are the only ones who came from a background of owning and operating businesses in the private sector.
funny! and wanka and his ilik (inbred fox news watching racists) already made up their minds based on bad info (sound familiar)?
proves that all you need to do is shoot aback kid in the back to be a teabillly hero
Scientists Announce Today Best Time To Look Directly At Sun
News in Brief • Science & Technology • science • ISSUE 50•42 • Oct 23, 2014
TUCSON, AZ—Citing an ideal absence of obstructive cloud cover, scientists at the National Solar Observatory announced that today will be one of the best times for people to look directly at the sun. “From approximately 1:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, people living in the Northern Hemisphere will have a magnificent opportunity to look straight into our closest star,” said NSO director Valentin Pillet, adding that everyone in the United States should be able to enjoy the astronomical event just by looking up at the sky and directing their gaze to the most intensely bright object they can find. “The best way to take advantage of today’s sun is to keep your eyes wide open—squinting, or even blinking, can compromise the view—and to avoid unnecessary filters such as sunglasses, which diminish some of the most impressive features of the solar surface.” For those who miss the sun today, Pillet said scientists were optimistic that it would make another appearance within most Americans’ lifetimes.
What else would you expect from "the most transparent administration ever..." Isn't that what O'Liar assured us? Lying ESS_OWE_BEE ......