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  • seasons_beatings06 seasons_beatings06 May 16, 2013 9:29 PM Flag

    What's your NEXT ginned-up phony baloney SCANDAL, scrotes?

    You doooooshbags are fuggin PATHETIC:
    Your ginned up "scandals" are falling apart

    The stooooopid party lost their phony baloney deficit/debt battle

    Claim: Benghazi 10 times bigger than Watergate, Iran-Contra combined
    Reality: Emails prove stooooopid party lying about ¡¡BENGHAZI!!: was a CIA operation, Clinton/WH out of the talking points.
    Outcome: Twice-elected President Barack Obama not implicated.

    IRS non-scandal: According to the agency inspector general’s report, attibuted to a group of employees in a division called the “Determinations Unit”.
    Outcome: Twice-elected President Barack Obama not implicated.

    AP non-scandal: ZERO evidence that the DoJ did anything illegal. Most people, in fact, think it was well within its rights to seize the phone records of Associated Press reporters.
    Outcome: Twice-elected President Barack Obama not implicated.

    The stooooopid party BS goes on and on, 37 worthless votes to repeal ObamneyCare. Last year, it was calculated that the first 33 votes to repeal health care reform took up approximately 80 hours of floor time from the House, or roughly two weeks. The Congressional Research Service said it costs $24 million to run the House for a week, so the first 33 votes cost taxpayers approximately $48 million.

    Your stooooopid party's shyte continues to corrode our country, scrotes: you're an embarrassment to the U.S.A. before the world and a laughingstock to Americans.

    Fuggin AHs.



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