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  • corp_gold corp_gold Aug 14, 2010 7:36 AM Flag

    the president really f'd up this time

    supporting this ground zero mosque crap

    i'm a nyc dem and i'm now voting his butt out of office

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    • Well, I am an old guy who has only voted for one Republican in my life, but...I AM NOT GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE..

    • I couldn't agree more and now Obama is throwing Ramadan parties in the White House and using US taxpayer funds to pay for this radical Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf as one of our "diplomats" and funding his trips around the globe?

      Dude is completely off the reservation and totally out of step with American values.

      At this point, I'd even vote for Lindsay Lohan vice the radical Obama. What's that say about his performance thus far?

    • dead_terrorists_for_gore dead_terrorists_for_gore Aug 14, 2010 9:41 AM Flag

      Come on, guys. Show some inclusiveness.

      Hundreds of NYFD and NYPD lost their lives on 9-11, yet they have announced their plans to support Obamas mosque.

      The firehouse closest to ground zero will rename itself the Obama Terrorist Supporter Station. Fire trucks will be parked in front of th emosque with diesels running and lights flashing. ANy time there is a possibility of a fire alarm, firement will axe the doors and hose the mosque down with water and foam for safety.

      The police will set up roadblocks around the mosque to prevent any attacks. They will tow any vehicles that park within 1000 feet. They will frisk and photograph all people that enter.

      Now, let's let bygones be bygones and all get on board!

      As bammy says, "n'shala."

 
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