that was almost as funny as "my constriction ally write" hopefully he remembered to pay his taxes to the "ORS" today, LOL
So decided to give a little to help society, everyone here should give.
The NRA is running dishonest ads to protect their allies in the Senate who blocked background checks. First up: New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte.
Ayotte voted against the bipartisan background check bill. Then she went home for recess to find her constituents outraged and her approval ratings plummeting.
Now, the NRA is running a new TV ad in hopes of protecting Ayotte from the backlash. What’s amazing is that the ad claims Ayotte actually supports background checks and voted to protect them. In fact, the bill she voted for would have weakened the background check system. The ad makes an absurd leap of logic, even for the NRA. And we can’t let them get away with it.
are you referring the 2% payroll tax cut that was part of the stimulus bill?
LOL funny how the GOP pushes through policies and then blames Obama for them
WASHINGTON — Without a single Republican vote, President Obama won House approval on Wednesday for an $819 billion economic recovery plan as Congressional Democrats sought to temper their own differences over the enormous package of tax cuts and spending.
there are a lot more of them then islamic terrorist, we need to focus on them
A Texas paramedic who helped evacuate people on the night of the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West has been arrested and charged with possessing a destructive device.
It's not clear whether the charges are related to the fire or the explosion at the West Fertilizer Co. last month that killed 14 people.
McLennan County Jail booking clerk Brandy Gann says paramedic Bryce Reed arrived at the jail at about 2:40 a.m. Friday and was released to federal agents before 8 a.m.
A fire erupted at the plant the night of April 17 and a massive explosion rocked the town of West about 20 minutes later.
all of that was before he started two 8 trillion dollar wars he decided not to include in the budget
and in the real world, where the educated and intelligent live
But something weird started happening in 2009, something that throws all of our budget debates into question: Health spending growth slowed.
During 2009 and 2010, health-care costs grew at their slowest rate in decades. New data released Monday showed that slowdown continuing through 2011, with health-care spending growing by 3.9 percent for the third consecutive year.
The GOP is pretty stupid, they cut embassy security funding and then complain that embassy security isn't strong enough, they cut taxes on the ultra rich and complain there is a budget deficit.
Let's see if I can help you
1. Who turned down Amb.Stevens request for more security ? That would be the GOP.
Perhaps during his next partisan exploitation of the tragic death of Americans at Benghazi, Libya, in political hearings paid for by American taxpayers, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) can replay then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warning him, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and other Republicans that their efforts to cut diplomatic security spending will endanger American lives.
2. Who told the rescue team at Tripoli to stand down ?
Unlike the Bush administration the Obama administration does not provide the name of CIA operatives to the terrorist so we will never know this.
3 .Who changed the dem talking points twelve times
well we don't know what people drafted the talking points but we know who approved it
Mr. Petraeus and other top C.I.A. officials signed off on the draft and then circulated it to other intelligence agencies, as well as the State Department and National Security Council.
David H. Petraeus, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, told lawmakers on Friday that classified intelligence reports revealed that the deadly assault on the American diplomatic mission in Libya was a terrorist attack, but that the administration refrained from saying it suspected that the perpetrators of the attack were Al Qaeda affiliates and sympathizers to avoid tipping off the groups.
Does that answer your questions Goober?
": And why Benghazi is generally emerged as a rallying cry for the President's opponents. When during the Bush administration, there were 54 attacks on diplomatic targets that killed 13 Americans. Yet, garnered only three hearings on embassy security total. And zero outrage on Fox.
So why is this attack so different for Republicans?
O'REILLY: Well, here is the answer. Mr. Stewart referring to a study by the University of Maryland that pinpointed terror attacks from January of 2001 to December of 2008. But when you study the study, you find that many of the cited attacks occurred in Iraq during the war. And none of the attacks were at the level of Benghazi. Not even close.
So let's see in the tin foil hat land attacks in war torn Iraq don't count but attacks in war torn Libya do. But let's give them that one and throw out the 5 attacks that occurred in Iraq and focus on the 8 people killed in the other attacks. I'm trying to understand why those 8 people are not on the level of the 4 people in Benghazi?
talking points were signed off by Petraeus, I think he was a GOPER hero, funny how he was covering up for Obama, LOL
WASHINGTON — David H. Petraeus, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, told lawmakers on Friday that classified intelligence reports revealed that the deadly assault on the American diplomatic mission in Libya was a terrorist attack, but that the administration refrained from saying it suspected that the perpetrators of the attack were Al Qaeda affiliates and sympathizers to avoid tipping off the groups.
You really have to be a dumb tea billie to fall for this idiot conspiracy theory and not see it for what it is.
Hillary Clinton remains one of the most positively viewed political figures, according to a new poll that tested the popularity of several potential 2016 presidential candidates. About 56 percent of adults surveyed said they had a positive opinion of Clinton versus 29 percent who view her negatively, according to a NBC/Wall Street Journal poll released Thursday.
On the Republican side, Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Rand Paul of Kentucky – both potential presidential candidates – are closely matched in popularity. Rubio is viewed positively by 28 percent of adults compared to Paul's 27 percent. About 16 percent of people say they have a negative view of Rubio versus 23 percent for Paul.
Rubio and Paul are seen as rising stars in their party, with Rubio about to go on a media blitz promoting an immigration reform package he helped craft and Paul making a high-profile appearance at Howard University in an attempt to reach out to black voters.
George W. Bush remains an unpopular figure, according to the poll. About 35 percent of people say they have a positive opinion of him versus 44 percent who have a negative one.
(of an argument or reaction) Arising from or appealing to the emotions and not reason or logic.
Attacking an opponent's motives or character rather than the policy or position they maintain.
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Republican lawmakers asked increasingly tough questions today as they held another day of hearings to investigate, in the words of Rep. Darrell Issa (R-California), “Hillary Clinton’s suspiciously high poll numbers and what can be done to make them lower.”
“With the help of Fox News, we have brutally attacked Hillary Clinton for months, and yet she remains more popular than ever,” Rep. Issa said. “This committee needs to know how that happened, and how we can keep it from happening in the future.”
Rep. Issa pointed to recent polls showing the former Secretary of State trouncing every potential G.O.P. Presidential candidate, “even a skinnier version of Chris Christie.”
“We demand an answer to one simple question,” he said. “What does Secretary Clinton know that none of us knows?”
In his boldest allegation of the day, Rep. Issa accused Secretary Clinton of “cynically using her post as Secretary of State to become wildly popular with the American people.”
“I invite her to these hearings to answer those charges,” he said.
Wrapping up for the day, Rep. Issa warned the former Secretary of State that he was just getting started: “Once we Republicans decide to investigate someone, we don’t stop. If Secretary Clinton doesn’t believe me, she should ask her husband.”
Jon Stewart last night, explains everything, funny how the GOPERS have investigated this for the last 8 months in an outrage and have accomplished nothing but establishing there was no cover up. LOL
Interesting there were 54 embassy attacks under Bush but the GOP didn't think they should have been investigated.
Could it be because Hillary is outpolling every GOPER for President?
It's cheap because it is a commodity product with poor management.
woopsie turns out he did
The intelligence briefing on al Qaeda hijackings, first reported last night by CBS News, marks the most detailed disclosure of what Bush was told about the possibility of terror attacks before Sept. 11. It also represents a shift in the official version of events surrounding the attacks on New York and Washington, which Bush and other administration officials have generally characterized as a sneak attack that could not have been foreseen by U.S. intelligence.
"It's hard to envision a plot so devious as the one that they pulled off on 9/11," Bush said in a January interview with NBC's Tom Brokaw. "Never did we realize that the enemy was so well organized."
yeah uneducated fools like...The American Medical Association, the American College of Physicians, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Surgeons, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the American Osteopathic Association, the American Psychiatric Association, and the American College of Cardiology all endorsed last year’s health reform.