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jimmydugan503 119 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 1, 2015 8:51 PM Member since: Oct 12, 2009
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    Obama Quote.....

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 4:53 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Aug 1, 2015 8:51 PM Flag

    No, he's not another complete dolt. He is the same old dolt. He is Talovoy, the worm of a hundred screen names. He set up at least 5 or 6 new screen names last night and is trying to beat that total tonight.

    You have been consistently correct in naming tardism as a mental disorder, and we all know that Talovoy has the serious mental disorder of tardism. The problem is that the currents of Talovoy's mental disorder run much more swiftly and deeply than his basic tardism disorder. He needs multiple screen names to deceive and play mindless infantile games because it makes him feel clever and important, and even intelligent. He needs a neurologist. I'm certain that there is an app for that.. I'm guessing that he suffers from a Napolean complex...

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Aug 1, 2015 4:26 PM Flag

    Playing the "we have to pass it to what's in it" card this week, Hillary , at a campaign stop in NH was asked: "As President, would you sign a bill, yes or no, in favor of allowing the Keystone XL Pipeline?"
    After her usual waffling drivel concerning her role with Keystone as Sec. of State (BTW, her State Dept. concluded that the pipeline project would not significantly worsen climate change) she finally answered, "If it's undecided when I become President, I will answer your question." So, in other words, you have to elect me President if you want to know where I stand on the issues. The hag lacks the courage of her convictions, and fears alienating either the union faction of her party that supports the pipeline, or alienating the environmentalists in her party. Forget what is best for the country, special interest will rule. She displays absolutely zip, zero, nada leadership qualities that perhaps could cancel out her lying, money-grubbing, elitist ($600.00 haircuts), above the law attitude with Democrats who would like to vote for her, but can't stomach the thought of her as President. She is as worthless to this country as teats on a bull, and always has been.

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    Obama Quote.....

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 4:53 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Aug 1, 2015 11:17 AM Flag

    Milt, you may end up being right on Hillary not even getting the nomination. Biden said that he would make a decision to run or not in August, and here we are. If Biden does throw his hat in the ring, then certainly he will get Obama's support. Given his dislike for Hillary and Valerie Jarrett's hatred for her, it would not be surprising for someone at DOJ to get the go ahead to investigate Hillary concerning her server. Surely, that would be the coup de gras for Hillary and her campaign that is a train wreck that you just can't turn away from.

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    Obama Quote.....

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 4:53 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 9:03 PM Flag

    I don't come here to deceive. Why do you?

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 8:44 PM Flag

    "Don't let anyone tell you that it's corporations and businesses that create jobs." Really? Who does create jobs, Hillary? Government? That, my friends is the essence of fascism...go ahead and vote for your own risk..

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    Obama Quote.....

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 4:53 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 8:17 PM Flag

    No, you don't know what I am getting at. You are too ignorant to understand and too partisan to think for your own pitiful excuse for humanity. What I'd give to find you on my walkway with a magnifying glass and a salt shaker in hand... Now, call Melissa Harris Perry and ask her how to respond you spineless, moronic sorry excuse for an amoeba...

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jul 31, 2015 4:53 PM Flag

    Shortly after his initial election: "The way to make government responsible is to hold it accountable, and the way to make government accountable, is to make it transparent. Starting today every agency and department should know that this administration stands on the side of, not of those who seek to withhold information, but on the side of those who seek to make it known.....I will also hold myself as President to a new standard of openness."...."Let me say it as simply as I can: Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this President."

    Hilarious. From Eric Holder's stonewalling of Congress and being cited for contempt of Congress regarding the Fast and Furious gun running scandal and Obama's subsequent claiming of Executive Privilege regarding said scandal, to his Secretary of State using her own private server to conduct classified government business, to constant lies from his IRS regarding the targeting of conservative tax exempt groups as well as their donors, the refusal to turn over Lois Lerner's e-mails despite Congressional subpoenas and a preservation order, and their subsequent destruction of her computer and the degaussing of the back up tapes stored in Virginia, to his "side deals" concerning his Iranian "deal", the man has been at the head of one of the least transparent president in modern times. He probably can't spell transparent.

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    "Undocumented aliens"......

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 5:04 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 30, 2015 9:23 AM Flag

    As far as your "don't watch FOX" comment, I suppose that it could be a coincidence that every one of your posts appears verbatim on the FOX News website .....

    I suppose that it would be. Either that or you are simply making something up to once again to attack the messenger as opposed to the message. But then, how would you know? Sounds as if you are the one that is all over Fox. Truthfully, I don't go to their website unless I select an article to read from RealClearPolitics that originated on the Fox site. Perhaps you should try RCP to help rid you of your confirmation bias.

    In 2006-07, illegal immigrations was much worse than it is today. Where was all of your ""Kate Steinle" outrage then?

    We understand that reading comprehension is not one of your strong points, but it appears that memory is a problem for you also as I have told you on more than one occasion that I wasn't on any message board, and never had been, in 2006-07. It, therefore, has nothing to do with how I get my information.

    It seems that every time I post something negative about your heroes, Barry or Hillary, it is you that gets all worked up, outraged and goes into attack mode. You really should try to control your outrage, for the sake of your health.

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    More Left Wing Political Correctness......

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 4:35 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 8:37 PM Flag

    That's some of the weakest minimization that has spewed from your ignorant finger tips in some're fighting a losing battle, and you're too ignorant to realize it....

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    "Undocumented aliens"......

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 5:04 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 5:55 PM Flag

    Believe it or not, and I know won't and will once again call me a liar because that's your normal response when I don't fit your stereotype of anyone that doesn't think Barry is God's gift to man, but I'm not a Fox News watcher. I couldn't tell you what channel it is on DirecTV without looking it up. As a matter of fact I get virtually all of my news off the internet. Deportations did initially rise when Obama took over, through no part of his, but they have been rapidly and steadily declining over the last four years. Look it up. Once again, just because I point out something that gets your bowels in a tizzy, it doesn't mean that I am outraged. Save your drama for someone that does get outraged. Nine out of ten times, I am LAUGHING at you and your disasterous ilk.

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    More Left Wing Political Correctness......

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 4:35 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 5:15 PM Flag

    "The guide is provided on the school’s official website, and was reported on by Campus Reform. According to its description, it “was prepared for faculty, staff and students of the UNH community to encourage the full range of contributions that we offer as individuals and members of various groups."

    Sounds like a hell of a lot more than three people to me. No, I don't see it as a critical issue. I'm merely mocking the politically correct fools that believe that calling senior citizens "people of age," or obese people "people of size,"somehow allows them to "enjoy the experience of being full citizens." It is obviously the left wing that feels it is a critical issue to use these terms or they would not have printed and published it. Not to mention it was printed with taxpayer funds.

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jul 29, 2015 5:04 PM Flag

    Per the Texas Department of Safety, from October 2008 through April 2014 illegal aliens committed 611,234 unique crimes including 2,993 murders and 7,695 sexual assaults. The illegal alien crime wave has been exacerbated by the current administration's unwillingness to enforce immigration laws.

    And this is just in one border state. I know, I know, the Kate Steinle murder was just a one-off. These things rarely ever happen, and are not even considered newsworthy to the left wing. People who bring these issues up are right wing xenophobics, right? People like Kate Steinle's parents should just take the pain and shut up, right? This administration is out of control, and the gutless Boehner and McConnell are content to let it continue lest they be blamed for shutting down the government or some other form of cruelty.

  • According to a “Bias-Free Language Guide” used by the University of New Hampshire, the word “American” is “problematic” and therefore should not be used. “North Americans often use ‘American’ which usually, depending on the contexts, fails to recognize South America,” the guide explains. “[It] assumes the U.S. is the only country inside these two continents,” it adds. It recommends using “Resident of the U.S.” or “U.S. citizen” instead.

    According to the guide, other “problematic” terms include “opposite sex” (it recommends using “other sex,”) “senior citizen” (it recommends “old people” or “people of advanced age”) and “obese” (it recommends using “people of size.”) The guide is provided on the school’s official website, and was reported on by Campus Reform. According to its description, it “was prepared for faculty, staff and students of the UNH community to encourage the full range of contributions that we offer as individuals and members of various groups."

    “The guide presents practical revisions in our common usage that can make a difference and break barriers relating to diversity,” the description adds. In case you are worried that these guidelines are a bit too restrictive, the description assures that that’s not the case: “This guide is not a means to censor but rather to create dialogues of inclusion where all of us feel comfortable and welcomed,” it states. Ah yes . . . “inclusion.” Of course. The guide is prefaced with a quote about “democracy” from MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry: "In a democracy, recognition matters. Everyone wants to be seen as who they are. If they are not, it’s impossible for them to enjoy the experience of being full citizens."

    How something like being called “senior citizens” rather than “old people” could make it “impossible” for people to “enjoy the experience of being full citizens” isn’t clear.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 25, 2015 10:13 PM Flag

    When the Republicans were "beating the drum" Hillary Clinton ; in 2002, Senator Clinton voted in favor of the authorization to use force in Iraq. In addition to this vote, Senator Clinton gave a 20 minute speech in which she stated that Saddaam Hussein was rebuilding his WMD stockpile, pursuing nuclear weapons, and giving aid and comfort to terrorists. She stated that left unchecked, he would continue to do this and would likely destabilize the middle east which would affect American security."

    Further, she said: Obviously, I've thought about that a lot in the months since," she said. "No, I don't regret giving the president authority because at the time it was in the context of weapons of mass destruction, grave threats to the United States, and clearly, Saddam Hussein had been a real problem for the international community for more than a decade."

    Seventy-seven senators voted to give President Bush the authority to use military force in Iraq, including twenty-nine Democrats. Then-senators Biden and Kerry joined Clinton in voting in favor of the war resolution. In her speech on the Senate floor to give justification for her vote, Clinton made George Bush’s case better than the President himself, blending elements of liberal internationalism and realism in an eloquent appeal for intervention and regime change in Baghdad. At the conclusion of the speech, Senator Clinton stated unequivocally that her vote for the resolution was based firmly on her own conviction. Despite the waffling, the wiggling, and the wavering on the campaign trail in 2008 to disavow her initial vote, it was clear to most that Clinton’s conviction was more aligned with Bush’s preceding the invasion of Iraq and that the vote itself was more of a case of supporting Bush’s policy of regime change over some vague notion of giving the President, with the approbation of Congress, the awesome war-making powers that as Commander-in-Chief he was then expected to exercise prudentially.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 25, 2015 10:48 AM Flag

    By lying and withholding information from Congress about his "agreement" he has aided and comforted America's enemy. He is therefore guilty of treason.
    Per Andrew McCarthy:
    Obama is willfully providing material support to the mullahs’ terrorism (a felony violation of federal law) — the deal will inject over $100 billion into Iran’s economy, and Iran brags that it will continue its open and notorious funding of Hezbollah and other anti-American, anti-Western, and anti-Israel “allies” (while the administration splutters that, gee whiz, curbing terrorism was not part of the negotiations). Obama not only lifts restrictions on Iran’s traffic in ballistic missiles and conventional weapons (which were also not supposed to be part of the negotiations) but also looks the other way while Russia sells the mullahs hundreds of sophisticated surface-to-air missiles — missiles that will be used against American forces when, inevitably, a future president decides to deal differently with our enemies. Obama’s deal, rationalized as necessary to delay (but no longer to forbid) Iran’s nuclearization, obliges the United States to protect Iranian nuclear facilities from sabotage — i.e., the deal makes America the scourge of erstwhile allies like Israel, with which we have colluded in impeding our actual enemy’s nuclear progress.

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    How predictable...

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 23, 2015 4:54 PM
    jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 24, 2015 4:27 PM Flag

    There's just no accounting for the newspeak of the eugenicists of the progressive left and at Planned Parenthood. Writing in 'The New Republic', OB/GYN and late term abortionist Jen Gunter, complains that opponents of PP are using the term 'baby parts' in "an attempt to anthropomorphize the fetus." Now, when you're done laughing at that, consider that she says the correct term should be "products of conception'. Yes, just merely products of conception. Sadly, this is just an attempt to dehumanize the fetus.

    The histories of atrocities have dehumanization as a common denominator. The Germans referred to the Jewish people as 'Untermenschen", meaning subhuman, which dehumanized them and made the murdering of them acceptable. Other brutal dictators have done the same. Ironically, these dealers in late term abortions and 'products of conception' are themselves products of conception, but their organs are not referred to so off-handed and cold-heartedly. In their efforts to dehumanize the human, they have only succeeded in dehumanizing themselves.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 24, 2015 12:45 PM Flag

    But they should. During yesterday's hearing on the "deal", Senator John Risch (R-ID) in questioning the administration said: Parchin stays in place. Now, does that sound like it’s for peaceful purposes? Let me tell you the worst thing about Parchin. What you guys agreed to was [that] we can’t even take samples there. The IAEA can’t take samples there. [Iranians are] going to be able to test by themselves! Even the NFL wouldn’t go along with this. How in the world can you have a nation like Iran doing their own testing? . . . Are we going to trust Iran to do this? This is a good deal? This is what we were told we were going to get when we were told, “Don’t worry, we’re going to be watching over their shoulder and we’re going to put in place verification[s] that are absolutely bullet proof”? We’re going to trust Iran to do their own testing? This is absolutely ludicrous.

    Obama and Kerry claim that the side deals are "classified" and thus cannot be discussed. Classified from who? Certainly not the Iranian people. Obama deemed they were classified in an effort to keep them from the knowledge of the American people and perhaps the Israelis and Saudis who oppose the deal. Obama's actions concerning this deal are indeed, treasonous. He has proved that he will sell this nation out for the sake of creating his own legacy.

  • jimmydugan503 by jimmydugan503 Jul 23, 2015 4:54 PM Flag

    The Obama DOJ has now begun an investigation into the Center For Medical Progress concerning the legality of how they went about filming and editing the videos of Planned Parenthood's butchers Deborah Nucatola and Mary Gatter discussing partial birth abortions and the selling of the human parts. Federal law prohibits the selling of human body parts, but apparently there will be no Federal Investigation into that. No. Once again, like the use of the IRS to silence his opposition, he will use the power of government to stifle his enemies. His decision to investigate the Center for Medical Progress is as sickening as the callousness of thePlanned Parenthood's butchers.

  • jimmydugan503 jimmydugan503 Jul 23, 2015 12:33 PM Flag

    The IAEA alerted Senator Cotton and Congressman Pompeo about the two secret side deals that Rice said don't exist. Truth be told, the U.S. negotiators drafted these secret deals because they covered critical issues concerning weapons-related matters at Parchin Military Base that Iran refused to resolve through negotiations. Kerry then asked IAEA to assume responsibility for the two deals so that Congress would not be aware of their existence. Such a transparent administration.

  • Director, Sarah Saldana (~), hand-picked by Obama, speaking before the Senate Judiciary Committee two days ago said that her agency would not crack down on "sanctuary cities" until Congress passes Obama's comprehensive immigration reform - code for amnesty. Her 'enforcement agency" apparently does not want to enforce existing federal law concerning illegal aliens. In effect, she and Obama are resorting to blackmail by not enforcing the law. Obama obviously feels that he is above the law and that he can pick and choose which laws to wants to enforce, and which ones he doesn't.

    In 2013, ICE released 104,000 criminal illegal aliens back onto the streets of our "sanctuary country." Sixty-eight thousand of them were released without even beginning deportation proceedings. Federal law says that these criminals must be deported. Yet, Obama refuses to uphold Federal law. Because of Obama's stubborn ideology there will be more Josh Wilkerson's and Kate Steinle's, and their blood will be upon his hands. After all, as President it is his job to protect American citizens from foreigners that have no business being in our country and committing crimes against our citizens. Under his administration illegals apparently have more rights than American citizens, such as the right to commit DUI, rape, robbery and murder and more, and in many, many cases not even prosecuted.

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