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page.roler 427 posts  |  Last Activity: 19 hours ago Member since: Aug 13, 2012
  • During her 1st failed, humiliating presidential run...

    LiesAllDay is going be 0 for 2 with Her Royal Heinous, Hillary, very soon......Haahahhahaaaaaa

    OH MY!

  • President Obama’s promise to have 1 million electric or hybrid cars on the road by 2015 has been an abysmal failure, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg, as ++private and government+++ purchases of such vehicles have only reached 29 percent of the president’s original goal.

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    Nobody but gullible progressive dunderheads that actually believe they are "saving planet Earth" (hahahhaaaaa) want these electric piles of junk.

    Well played, Obama. Your legacy, on all fronts, is absolute FECALMATTER.

    OH MY!

  • Ask gold digger low-life John "Lurch" Kerry ABOUT Doc Corsi.

    OH MY!

  • The first batch of Hillary Clinton's official emails, which she curiously kept on a private email server at home, was released. The Benghazi massacre is the issue at hand, and already the political pundits have concluded that her role in the scandal was much broader than anyone knew previously.

    The bombshell/smoking gun in this release of the first batch of emails, is the fact that contrary to what she has claimed she was fully briefed and fully informed that the massacre that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others who served in his security detail was not spontaneous or part of a protest march.

    Rather, she was fully informed within a day that the massacre was part of a coordinated plan on the part of local terrorists who had ties with al Qaeda.

    Hillary's personal operative Sid Blumenthal had sent her a memo stating the massacre had occurred as the result of a spontaneous protest against an American who made an ant-Islamic YouTube video. Yet it became abundantly obvious within 24 hours after the attack that this had nothing to do with the video but had everything to do with the continued strength of al Qaeda trained terrorists.

    This narrative, however, was totally contrary to what Barack Obama claimed all across America during his campaign for reelection. He also claimed in a speech before the U.N. that the attack stemmed directly from outrage over the video. The problem was that none of this was true.

    The emails sent to Hillary the day after the massacre show beyond any doubt that many top level officials in the administration knew the real truth. It is difficult if not impossible to believe Obama was unaware of the real truth, though he desperately tried to hide it as he has done with every other scandal in which he has found himself knee deep.

    These disclosures raise more questions than answers. What was Sidney Blumenthal doing in the broader region when Hillary had promised Obama that he would not be part of her operations at State?

  • page.roler page.roler 23 hours ago Flag

    Still having wet dreams as an "adult", eh LiesAllday?

    Hillary will never occupy the oval office. But it's great that you keep riding that fat-kankeledHog, though. We want max pain/damage to the dem party before they ultimately pull the plug on her.

    OH MY!

  • Hillary Clinton is turning her campaign into a game of hide-and-seek, and the party is terrified. Some leading Democrats are beginning to say out loud what they have said privately for weeks.

    What she thought would be a cake walk to Philadelphia and the 2016 nomination is beginning to look like a cornbread walk, and cornbread has no icing.

    She took a spanking on the Sunday talk shows, with her party critics focusing on her reluctance to speak up on several key issues, including one or two that have been close to the beating heart of her party.

    Some of Hillary’s friends are saying — out loud — that she’s making the same mistakes she made in 2008.

    David Ignatius of The Washington Post says her silence on the trade debate in the Congress is “deeply troubling,” which is softspeak for “bad.” Jonathan Martin of The New York Times says her silence is “deafening,” and Robert Gates, the former secretary of defense and before that director of the CIA, says the silence is “a concern” and “a risky way to do business.” Those rebukes are about as soft as a rebuke can get, but they’re on the record with remarks that would have required smelling salts to revive them from such manly exertions only a month ago.

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    Not yet!....Not yet!.......We want the libs/dems to ride that hog for as long as possible for max pain/damage to their party.

    OH MY!

  • These numerous, rigorous studies of identical twins have now made it impossible to argue that there is a "gay gene." If homosexuality were inborn and predetermined, then when one identical twin is homosexual, the other should be, as well.

    Yet one study from Yale and Columbia Universities found homosexuality common to only 6.7 percent of male identical twins and 5.3 percent of female identical twins.

    "Critical review shows the evidence favoring a biologic theory to be lacking. ... In fact, the current trend may be to underrate the explanatory power of extant psychosocial models." In other words, homosexuality is a psychological malady, not something people are born with.

    More "settled science" bites the dust. You 'moze CAN be rehabilitated. lmao

  • page.roler page.roler May 21, 2015 3:34 PM Flag

    And Candy Crowley

  • Wisconsin governor and potential Republican presidential contender Scott Walker took a shot at Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

    He added that it also went to “a larger question… why does Hillary Clinton think there’s a different set of rules for her than there is for the rest of us?”

    “Clearly the policy said for federal government employees that they couldn’t have a separate server,” he said. “When you look at the other things, even if it wasn’t criminal or against the rules, I think basic Ethics 101 would tell you that it’s a conflict of interest to take money, to have your spouse take money from foreign countries at the same time someone is a secretary of state.”

    “This is part of a pattern that I think many Americans — not just Republicans or conservatives — many Americans are fed up with,” Walker concluded.

  • What a filthy liar Hillary is - coming up with a u toob video bs story - and then lie to the faces of the slained troops & ambassadors families at the funeral.

    How could anyone want this FPOS to be US Commander in Chief?

  • Reply to

    Time Magazine: Iraqis, Not Obama Said No Troops

    by trueallday May 20, 2015 3:32 PM
    page.roler page.roler May 20, 2015 3:36 PM Flag

    Haaaahhaaaaaa.....Time Magazine.....hahahahhahaaaa......foookin' Time Magazine......Baaaahahahhaaaaa

  • How much longer do we have with this putz?

  • 2 E-mail addresses and 2 devices.....THAT WE KNOW OF, to this point.

    Where's Joe Wilson?

  • It’s a data-driven analysis that examines what’s happening not only in Washington but in legislatures and statehouses around the country, which also have a significant impact on people’s lives.

    Trende and Byler conclude that the Republican Party is already stronger than it has been for many decades.

    With a good result in 2016, including a takeover of the White House, it could virtually sweep the board. Indeed, Trende and Byler say, the Republicans could end up in their strongest position since 1920, the year women got the vote.

    The Trende and Byler power index has the merit of being straightforward, and it enables the analysis to be taken all the way back to the Civil War. In 1866, Lincoln’s G.O.P. scored a hundred and eight, a number it has never again attained. The Republicans’ worst ever score was recorded after the Roosevelt landslide of 1936: minus a hundred and nineteen. (A negative score for one party implies a positive score for the other.)

    For much of the postwar period, the Democrats held a narrow lead over the Republicans on the power index, but this changed after the 2014 midterms, when the G.O.P. score jumped up to 33.8.

    The fifty-four seats the Republicans won in the Senate was their second-best result since 1928, and the two hundred and forty-seven seats they hold in the House is the highest since after the 1928 election, when Herbert Hoover trounced Al Smith.

    At the local level, the G.O.P. now has thirty-one governors, and it controls sixty-eight of ninety-eight partisan state legislatures, its best showing since 1920.

    You lib/dems are fookin'Toast.....Let's raise a pint!

  • Most of the 50 MILLION abortion murders over the past nearly 50 years are black human babies. That's a ton of democrat voters that were murdered.

    You liberal/dems have/are literally killing your voters.

  • I don't believe Hillary Rodham Clinton when she says—as she did at a brief news conference on Tuesday—that she has no control over the release of her State Department email. "They're not mine. They belong to the State Department."

    I don't believe her because a person's actions are more revealing than words: She kept her government email on a secret server and, only under pressure from Congress, returned less than half of them to the State Department. She deleted the rest. She considered them hers.

    I don't believe her when she says, "I want those emails out. Nobody has a bigger interest in those being released than I do."

    don't believe her because I've covered the Clintons since the 1980s and know how dedicated they are to what former Clinton spokesman Mike McCurry called "telling the truth slowly." The fact is that she would rather delay the document dump until early 2016—and then have the email released on a single day to overwhelm the media and allow her to declare herself exonerated. That was her strategic choice, Clinton advisers confirmed for me, until a federal judge ordered the State Department on Tuesday to release the email in stages.

    I don't believe her answer to this question: Is there a conflict of interest in accepting huge speaking fees from special interests seeking government action? "No," she replied.

    I don't believe her because I saw how hard Clinton and her husband, then-Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, worked to pass the state's first sweeping ethics initiative. I don't believe her because I've heard Clinton and her husband rail against GOP politicians who were guilty of less-obvious conflicts of interest. I don't believe her because there have been far too many credible news reports about the blurring of lines between family finances, the family foundation, and her political and government interests.

    I believe the public has a right to know whether any of the deleted email involved correspondence about the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Foundation or its donors. I believe she's getting bad advice: The hide-and-attack tactics of the 1990s won't work as well—if at all—in a post-Internet era that honors transparency, authenticity, and accountability.

    I believe she wants us to take her at her word, but we can't—not even those people like me who've known the Clintons long enough to respect their service and appreciate their many virtues. It hurts to witness the self-inflicted wounds and hemorrhaging of her credibility. But this is no time for sentimentality.

    Blind faith doesn't get you elected president.

  • She is unfit to be US Commander in chief and has disqualified herself.

  • page.roler page.roler May 19, 2015 3:16 PM Flag

    Let's get those fat cankelzz shackled!

  • to Foundation For Clintons.

    That's much better.

  • page.roler page.roler May 18, 2015 9:59 PM Flag

    Sid has been a long time hatchet man for the Clintons.

    NYT: Banned from State Dep’t, Clinton Foundation crony Sid Blumenthal advised Hillary on Libya anyway — while pursuing business there

    The crony in question is Sid Blumenthal, former White House advisor to Bill and longtime hatchet man for the pair. We already knew Blumenthal was running his own off-the-books intelligence operation for the Secretary of State. We also knew that he’d put a friend representing a pro-Putin pol in Georgia in touch with Hillary to lobby her on behalf of the Georgian opposition.

    And the reason we knew those things isn’t because Hillary Clinton voluntarily turned over Blumenthal’s communications to State as part of routine recordkeeping protocols.

    We know it because a hacker infiltrated Blumenthal’s e-mail account a few years ago and lifted his copy of his chats with Hillary. If not for that, the Clinton/Blumenthal communiques might be a secret to this day.

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