These are all Bush's cast off injured soldiers because he was a chicken #$%$ who's ego was so big he didn't care about killing over a million people, the first President in history to be convicted of war crimes he can't leave the country without being arrested.
Remember when it was illegal to film the return of dead U.S. soldiers to the U.S. because it would hurt Bush's reelection?
By the way, Christie supports gun control and a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants. And he accepts the science of global warming.
funny how my posts can always make dead stop from posting 24/7, LOL like we don't know he is just posting under one of his other id.s like juniors a pervert, LOL what a loooooooser
I think dead may break his record, he is going on 100 posts today, and that's just under his dead id, man what a LOOOOOSER, he never leaves this board
A Michigan tea party activist missed a scheduled court appearance in Wisconsin because he spent Thanksgiving weekend in jail on felony charges in the Upper Peninsula.
Doug Sedenquist was arrested last week and charged with extortion, using a computer to commit a crime, aggravated stalking and possession of a drug chemically similar to a controlled substance.
The extortion and computer crime charges each carry possible 20-year prison terms, said Delta County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Philip Strom.
The 51-year-old Sedenquist, a member of the Republican State Central Committee in Michigan and former vice chairman of the Delta County GOP, had been ordered to appear Tuesday in court in Green Bay, Wisconsin, in a separate case.
Sedenquist had been charged with refusing to comply with a police officer’s attempt to take him into custody — a felony — and misdemeanor charges of sending a threatening message and disorderly conduct in connection with a March 3 incident involving his estranged wife.
Police said the co-host of WPIQ-FM’s “Devin and Doug” radio program refused to put down a rifle he’d pointed at his own midsection inside his truck in the previous incident.
Details about his most recent arrest were not available.
His wife said the couple separated last year after he attacked their teenage daughters.
Sedenquist is an outspoken advocate of open-carry gun rights and critic of Medicaid expansion legislation, gay marriage and Islam.
An unemployed ex-con turned $27 million Powerball winner has died in a community hospice care after reportedly losing his mansions, cars, Learjet and moving into a storage shed.
David Lee Edwards whose life was thrust into the public spotlight after going from rags to riches overnight with his monumental 2001 win, died Saturday in Kentucky at the age of 58.
The exact cause of death was not released.
For Edwards, a drug addict who had spent a third of his life behind bars for theft, New Times Broward-Palm Beach reported, the Powerball win was truly a dream come true but perhaps not as much as a blessing as first perceived.
After living unemployed in his late parents' home and borrowing money to keep his water running, the Daily Independent reported, the 46-year-old's luck all changed when a few spare dollars afforded him $7 worth of Powerball tickets.
Edwards publicly described the winning numbers at the time as a gift from God.
funny watching the tea billies use darwinism to cull out their young, LOL
Tea party best and brightest
an already strange race took even a more bizarre turn when the brother of candidate Kerry Bentivolio called him "mentally unbalanced."
"I've never met anyone in my life who is conniving and dishonest as this guy," Phillip Bentivolio said, according to the subscription-only Michigan Information and Research Service, as referenced by Politico. "He's my brother so it's hard to talk about this, but I believe that if he gets elected, he'll eventually serve time in prison."
Phillip told MIRS that Kerry underwent electric shock treatments at the order of his father as a teenager after he was caught sniffing glue. Bentivolio's brother also said that Kerry owes him $20,000 for work he did helping his brother build homes in 1992.
Kerry Bentivolio asked the FBI to investigate his brother Philip, according to MIRS, saying that his brother has "serious mental issues."
Bentivolio is a teacher, Santa Claus impersonator and reindeer farmer who is favored to win Tuesday's contest for the 11th Congressional District seat in the Detroit suburbs. He's facing Syed Taj, an Indian-born doctor and businessman who serves on the town board for the town of Canton.
According to Politico, in old court documents Bentivolio was quoted saying that he had a “problem figuring out which one I really am, Santa Claus or Kerry Bentivolio.”
In an oddly related story linking the Pope with the Tea Party, Sarah Palin has apparently reneged on her apology after belittling the Pope for sounding “kind of liberal.” An unnamed party source confirmed receiving a slurred, midnight call from the failed V.P. nominee. She was irate, complaining she was bamboozled into backing off:
Boy, was I right or what? This supposed “good shepherd’ of the sect, which I should point out right now my forebears rejected, is no liberal but a downright, radical commie belching Marxism. You betcha.
I couldn’t believe the Pope defends lazy poor people while putting down our top business geniuses, who deserve all the billions they’ve earned. Why, his ‘idolatry of money’ line sounds sacrilegious to this entrepreneur. Need I remind this left wing agitator who sends more cash idolatry to Rome than anyone else? Right, rich American Catholics. Aren’t all those millions, like from Joe Kennedy, now dirty money, the offspring of ‘unfettered tyranny’? How then can the holy Roman church get off not being complicit in such ‘tyranny’?
A 3-year-old allegedly shot a 3-year-old girl last Tuesday in Asheboro, North Carolina. No adults were in the room where the two were playing when one toddler shot the other with an unsecured .22-caliber rifle, Randolph County deputies say. “We’re unsure if they were playing with it or if they picked it up and the gun went off,” sheriff’s captain Derrick Hill comments.
William Monroe Simmons, the father of the girl who was shot, has been arrested as has his girlfriend, Melisa Ann Mumpower. Each has been charged with three counts of misdemeanor child abuse, one count of felony child abuse and one count of failure to properly store a firearm to protect minor. The misdemeanor charges were “related to living conditions at the home,” according to deputies.
Bentivolio was elected after former Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R) unexpectedly resigned his seat in scandal.
Even before Bentivolio was elected, stories about his unusual past experience circulated. Bentivolio, a Santa Claus impersonator who raises his own reindeer, once testified in a deposition that he didn't always know whether he was St. Nick or himself. Bentivolio's brother told the media he was mentally unbalanced; records obtained of his teaching career found several instances of Bentivolio reportedly intimidating students.
notice this is a 2007 number, Bush murdered over a million people, no wonder he is a convicted war criminal
Jared M. On Friday, 14 September 2007, ORB (Opinion Research Business), an independent polling agency located in London, published estimates of the total war casualties in Iraq since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. At over 1.2 million deaths (1,220,580), this estimate is the highest number published so far. From the poll margin of error of +/-2.5% ORB calculated a range of 733,158 to 1,446,063 deaths.
meanwhile in the real world that the tea billies never see
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates forcefully defended the Obama administration on Sunday against charges that it did not do enough to prevent the tragedy in Benghazi, telling CBS' "Face the Nation" that some critics of the administration have a "cartoonish impression of military capabilities and military forces."
Gates, a Republican who was appointed by then-President George W. Bush in 2006 and agreed to stay through more than two years of President Obama's first term, repeatedly declined to criticize the policymakers who devised a response to the September 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, that left four Americans dead, including the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens.
"Frankly, had I been in the job at the time, I think my decisions would have been just as theirs were," said Gates, now the chancellor of the College of William and Mary.
"We don't have a ready force standing by in the Middle East, and so getting somebody there in a timely way would have been very difficult, if not impossible." he explained.
Suggestions that we could have flown a fighter jet over the attackers to "scare them with the noise or something," Gates said, ignored the "number of surface to air missiles that have disappeared from [former Libyan leader] Qaddafi's arsenals."
"I would not have approved sending an aircraft, a single aircraft, over Benghazi under those circumstances," he said.
Another suggestion posed by some critics of the administration, to, as Gates said, "send some small number of special forces or other troops in without knowing what the environment is, without knowing what the threat is, without having any intelligence in terms of what is actually going on on the ground, would have been very dangerous."
"It's sort of a cartoonish impression of military capabilities and military forces," he said. "The one thing that our forces are noted for is planning and preparation be
yeah the tea baggers are getting desperate, LOL 40 million people getting affordable healthcare, LOL that should help the GOP in the polls
yeah, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, NSA every academy of science in the world says it's true, but tea billies believe Rush who failed out of high school. LOL ok let's face it, talking to tea bilies is like playing chess with psychotics.
gee only every scientific organization in the world recognizes global warming, clearly a conspiracy, LOL tea billies make new stupid daily
97% of climatologist say global warming is man made
19% of americans say they have been abducted by aliens, LOL who do you believe?
yeah, tea billie science from morons that didn't get out of 8th grade is clearly more insightful then the finest scientific minds on the planet,
only in tea billie stupid land
turns out it is working and millions are getting affordable healthcare, tea baggers deeply disappointed Americans are benefiting
WASHINGTON — The rollout of President Obama’s health care law may have deeply disappointed its supporters, but on at least one front, the Affordable Care Act is beating expectations: its cost.
Over the next few years, the government is expected to spend billions of dollars less than originally projected on the law, analysts said, with both the Medicaid expansion and the subsidies for private insurance plans ending up less expensive than anticipated.