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  • peterthegreat533 peterthegreat533 Oct 19, 2012 1:01 PM Flag

    Barrat OBAMA IS A CRIMINAL!!!

    A war criminal, a financial criminal, as he is the lawless one!

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    • To paraphrse; "Why doth crime prosper? When crime prospers none dare call it a crime."

    • High crimes, misdemeanoers, sedition and treason!

    • Democrat tells moderator he's 'prettier' than Crowley
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      1:45PM EDT October 19. 2012 - Democrat Richard Carmona, who is running for the Senate in Arizona, apologized for joking with the male moderator of a televised debate that the man is "prettier" than CNN's Candy Crowley.

      "I tried to tell a joke to lighten the mood in a debate. I shouldn't have, and I'm sorry," Carmona said in a statement.

      Things apparently got heated between Carmona and GOP Rep. Jeff Flake in their debate Thursday. Moderator Brahm Resnik of KPNX-TV at one point said: "Now I know how Candy Crowley felt, geez," in reference to the journalist who refereed the town hall debate this week between President Obama and Mitt Romney.

      "You're prettier," Carmona said to Resnik.

      The exchange was first reported by BuzzFeed.

      In the Arizona race, Flake has made an issue of allegations that Carmona has mistreated women. The Republican is running an ad featuring physician Cristina Beato, a former colleague of Carmona's, who says in the commercial that the Democrat "has issues with anger, with ethics and with women." Carmona has responded with his own ad featuring retired captain Kathleen Brennan, his former SWAT team commander, who says, "Rich treats everyone with respect. It doesn't matter whether you're male or female."

      Carmona, a former U.S. surgeon general, was encouraged by President Obama to seek the Senate seat of retiring GOP Sen. Jon Kyl. The Arizona race is closer than expected with Flake leading

    • Tragic ma: ‘optimal’ my #$%$
      Slams Bam on death of Libya-envoy son

      By GEOFF EARLE Bureau Chief
      Last Updated: 2:03 AM, October 20, 2012
      Posted: 1:02 AM, October 20, 2012

      WASHINGTON — The grieving mother of one of four Americans slain at the US Consulate in Libya was furious yesterday that the government still can’t tell her what happened a day after President Obama strangely said the tragedy was “not optimal.”

      “Everyone’s giving me different answers. I don’t have good answers, and they are not giving me good answers. Some of the people [from the government] looked me right in the eye and lied to me,” said Pat Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, a State Department technology expert who died with Amb#$%$ador Chris Stevens and two security officials in the attack in Benghazi last month.
      GRIEF:Pat Smith (left) says the government has not given her a straight answer on the death of her son, Sean (right), who was killed in the attack on the US Consulate in Libya.
      GRIEF:Pat Smith (left) says the government has not given her a straight answer on the death of her son, Sean (right), who was killed in the attack on the US Consulate in Libya.

      “Somebody is lying, or else these crooks are running our country, and I don’t choose to believe that,” she told The Post by phone from her San Diego home yesterday. “My son is dead, and I don’t know why, and I don’t know why nobody went out to help my son.”

    • Victims Outraged as Feds Refuse to Call Fort Hood Attack Terrorism

      Friday, 19 Oct 2012 04:50 PM

      Victims of the 2009 shooting at Fort Hood in Texas that killed 13 people and wounded dozens more are outraged that the Obama Administration refuses to classify it as an act of terrorism.

      About 160 victims and their families released a video on Thursday describing the shooting — in which Army Maj. Nidal Hasan allegedly opened fire on a room full of soldiers — and arguing why it should be classified as a terrorist attack.

      Hasan, an American-born Muslim, is accused of killing 12 soldiers and a civilian on Nov. 5, 2009, at the post’s processing center. Soldiers were preparing to deploy to Afghanistan and Iraq.

    • Why I Am Voting for Mitt Romney

      Oct 19, 2012 by DORIAN DE WIND, Military Affairs Columnist

      I am a Democrat.

      I voted for Barack Obama in 2008.

      However, this time — after a lot of soul searching and closely examining both candidates and the issues — I have decided to vote for Mitt Romney.

      Here is why.

      Because of Romney’s strong support for every Obama administration proposal designed to lift our country from the deep economic and financial crisis it has found itself in during the past four years.

      Because I know exactly where Romney stands on important issues. For example, his steadfast position on abortion and other women’s issues, his gracious acceptance of an offered binder full of women and his promise to get back with us on the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.

      His principled, rock-solid, unchanging positions on immigration and path to citizenship, gun policy, embryonic stem cell research, his no-tax pledge and so many other important issues.

      I respect how quickly and fully he shared with the American people every aspect of his personal finances for the past decade, his openness and transparency on all his tax, financial and investment matters.

      I admire his stated commitment to 100 percent of Americans, including the 47 percent — retirees, veterans, the disabled and the working poor — who have a hard time making ends meet and, therefore, cannot pay their share of taxes.

      I admire his record of acquiring companies, turning a profit, discarding those companies and giving their employees the opportunity to find even better career opportunities elsewhere.

      I was especially taken by how Romney immediately came to the support of the President after — even during — a recent national tragedy and how he set politics aside for a while.

      I found it thoughtful and compassionate of the former governor of Massachusetts to want to share with all Americans a health care plan that worked so well for the people in the state of Massachusetts.

      While our nation was in the depths of an economic and financial crisis, Romney had the clairvoyance and business instinct to support saving the auto industry and to oppose the Wall Street bailouts.

      For his solid performance on international issues and the favorable impression he has made on our allies — on the world — during his foreign excursions.

      For his sound, specific proposals on how to intervene in Syria, prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and for taking action in other hot spots and crises around the world and for his fresh ideas for ending the Afghanistan War in ways so different and so much more effective from what the present administration is pursuing.

      I have studied and I believe in his detailed, crystal clear plans to rebound our economy, to cut taxes by $5 trillion, increase our defense budget, create 12 million jobs over the next four years without adding to the deficit. (How can anyone not vote for this man?)

      I admire Mr. Romney’s patriotism evidenced by his rejoicing every time the unemployment figures have come down, when gas prices came down and every time an economic indicator improved. Also, his obvious disappointment and constructive comments when things went the other way.

      I am excited about how Romney will protect, preserve and conserve our precious environment and invest in clean, renewable energy.

      As a retired military, I was touched by his laser-like focus during the Republican National Convention on our military and on the Afghanistan war — a conflict where our troops continue to fight and die in.

      Finally, having seen Mitt Romney stand firm on his core beliefs, his principles — never wavering, never changing, never hesitating throughout the Republican primaries and now during the last weeks of campaigning and debating — whether his audiences consist of right wing Evangelicals, Tea Party members, Latinos, moderates and independents or just a roomful of wealthy Boca Raton donors, I am convinced that what I see in Mitt Romney the candidate is what I’ll get in Mitt Romney the President.

    • Carmona apologizes for calling male debate moderator 'prettier' than Crowley

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      By SCOTT WONG |
      10/19/12 11:46 AM EDT

      Arizona Senate candidate Richard Carmona apologized Friday for joking at a debate that the male moderator was “prettier” than Candy Crowley, the veteran female CNN journalist who moderated the presidential debate earlier this week.

      "I tried to tell a joke to lighten the mood in a debate. I shouldn't have, and I'm sorry,” Carmona, the Democratic nominee, said in a brief statement to POLITICO.

    • 'My son is not very optimal - he is very dead': Mother of diplomat killed in Benghazi attack slams Obama's comment on raid

      By Toby Harnden In Washington and Daniel Bates

      PUBLISHED: 10:49 EST, 19 October 2012 | UPDATED: 11:22 EST, 19 October 2012

      The mother of an American diplomat killed during a terrorist raid on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi has hit out at Barack Obama for describing the attack as 'not optimal', saying: 'My son is not very optimal - he is also very dead.'

      During an interview shown on Comedy Central, Obama responded to a question about his administration's confused communication after the assault by saying: 'If four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal.'

      Speaking exclusively to MailOnline today, Pat Smith, whose son Sean died in the raid, said: 'It was a disrespectful thing to say and I don't think it's right.

      'How can you say somebody being killed is not very optimal? I don't think the President has the right idea of the English language.'

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      • Carl,

        This might me Obama and Hillary's or Biden's Iran Contra. Gaddaffi's stockpile of missiles is being shipped Syria.

        In March 2011 Stevens became the official U.S. liaison to the al-Qaeda-linked Libyan opposition, working directly with Abdelhakim Belhadj of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group—a group that has now disbanded, with some fighters reportedly participating in the attack that took Stevens' life.
        In November 2011 The Telegraph reported that Belhadj, acting as head of the Tripoli Military Council, "met with Free Syrian Army [FSA] leaders in Istanbul and on the border with Turkey" in an effort by the new Libyan government to provide money and weapons to the growing insurgency in Syria.

        Last month The Times of London reported that a Libyan ship "carrying the largest consignment of weapons for Syria … has docked in Turkey." The shipment reportedly weighed 400 tons and included SA-7 surface-to-air anti-craft missiles and rocket-propelled grenades.

    • 'My son is not very optimal - he is very dead': Mother of diplomat killed in Benghazi attack slams Obama's comment on raid

      President told Jon Stewart, 'If four Americans get killed, it's not optimal'
      Remarks sparked massive backlash from conservatives on social media
      Mother of slain diplomat Sean Smith says Obama was 'disrespectful'

      By Toby Harnden In Washington and Daniel Bates

      PUBLISHED: 10:49 EST, 19 October 2012 | UPDATED: 11:22 EST, 19 October 2012

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      The mother of an American diplomat killed during a terrorist raid on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi has hit out at Barack Obama for describing the attack as 'not optimal', saying: 'My son is not very optimal - he is also very dead.'

      During an interview shown on Comedy Central, Obama responded to a question about his administration's confused communication after the assault by saying: 'If four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal.'

      Speaking exclusively to MailOnline today, Pat Smith, whose son Sean died in the raid, said: 'It was a disrespectful thing to say and I don't think it's right.

      'How can you say somebody being killed is not very optimal? I don't think the President has the right idea of the English language.'

      Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2220241/Barack-Obama-Benghazi-attack-Mother-diplomat-criticises-Presidents-optimal-comment.html#ixzz29lZ7QWKX
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    • Florida: Romney 51%, Obama 46%

      Mitt Romney has taken his biggest lead of the year in Florida and now outpaces President Obama by five points in the key swing state following Tuesday night's debate.

      The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Florida Voters finds Romney with 51% support to Obama’s 46%. One percent (1%) prefers some other candidate, and two percent (2%) remain undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

      Florida now moves from a Toss-Up to Leans Romney in the Rasmussen Reports Electoral College Projections.

      Last week, Romney held a slightly narrower 51% to 47% lead. Prior to that time, the candidates have been within two points of each other in Florida in every survey since April.

      Ninety-five percent (95%) of likely voters in the Sunshine State say they are certain to vote in this year’s election. Among these voters, it’s Romney 51%, Obama 47%.

      Florida allows early voting, and among voters who have already voted, Romney's ahead 51% to 45%.

      Among those who have yet to vote, 88% say they have already made up their minds which candidate they will vote for. Romney leads 54% to 45% among these voters.

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