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rjmcbear 431 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Nov 8, 2001
  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 6:05 PM Flag

    Just ignore the facts and try to change the subject with your gibberish maneuver, some things never change.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 6:00 PM Flag

    I also forgot to mention you're a lying, paranoid fool who belongs in his bunker.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 5:15 PM Flag

    Yep they ignore REAL news and dwell on stuff like Obama not saluting properly, the shame the shame. Here Republicans are voting for a special interest group that lines their pockets and not a whimper from the right wing zealots, the shame the shame.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 4:33 PM Flag


  • Republican opponents of a framework agreement with Iran received millions in campaign donations in 2014 from pro-Israel billionaires and other influential American donors, according to a report.

    Now this is CRUDDY!
    Republicans, now in control of both chambers of US Congress, are more ardently pro-Israel than ever before as they collected more money during the 2014 election from individuals and political action committees considered pro-Israel than their Democratic counterparts, the New York Times reports, citing data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics, Press TV reported.

    The GOP opponents of the nuclear talks are echoing concerns by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who warned American lawmakers in a congressional address early last month that the White House was negotiating “a very bad deal” with Iran.

    Senator Tom Cotton, who earlier penned a warning letter to Iran in a bid to undermine the administration’s efforts in the nuclear talks, swiftly denounced the framework agreement reached on Thursday between Iran and the P5+1—the US, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany.

    The freshman Republican from Arkansas, who received huge sums from pro-Israel donors in 2014, has vowed to block the outline which he described as “a list of dangerous US concessions that will put Iran on the path to nuclear weapons.”

    The Emergency Committee for Israel, led by William Kristol, editor of the conservative Weekly Standard, contributed $960,000 to Cotton’s campaign in the 2014 election cycle, while a firm associated with Paul Singer, a leading pro-Israel donor from New York, spent $250,000 to support him.

    Seth Klarman, a pro-Israel billionaire from Boston, donated $100,000 through his investment firm.

    Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, a fierce opponent of diplomacy with Iran, also saw his donations from pro-Israel billionaires rise to $285,000 in 2014 from less than $100,000 in the 2008 cycle.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 3:34 PM Flag

    " I am simply stating what I have read from a number of sources."
    Provide one source then. You are so full of it and in denial as well. All 5 nations + the US were there till the end your claim that "China, Russia and Germany left the negotiations the week before it ended is a crock of poo!

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 3:29 PM Flag

    Hey GPD the kooks love to post hearsay without factual backing or sources because myths have always been a part of their lives and culture. Think about the number of innocent people burned as witches after an eclipse because a few nuts said it was true. Lemmings running off a cliff or drinking the spiked koolaid. They have a rich history of fabrication.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 3:19 PM Flag

    gumby could you provide a source saying 3 major countries walked out of the Iran negotiations a week before the agreement.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 6, 2015 11:39 AM Flag

    I guess you heard that on Fox right. Care to provide a link saying China, Russia and Germany left the negotiations the week before. I'm not holding my breath. All of the 5 + 1 were there till the end and I challenge you to prove me wrong.

  • Reply to

    Hey Killing Jesus will be on today and Easter

    by norrishappy Apr 4, 2015 9:42 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 5, 2015 8:10 PM Flag

    Nothing against heathens it's their choice and many are better human beings than the brainwashed "Christians". I just believe people should not have to accept myths and legends to be called religious. You can still believe in a supreme being and not have to accept the man made rubbish that has been added on over the years. I believe we were given a brain to think with and not be told how to think or what or who to believe in.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 5, 2015 7:59 PM Flag

    ".There are always people who cannot face reality."

    look in the mirror!

  • Reply to

    Hey Killing Jesus will be on today and Easter

    by norrishappy Apr 4, 2015 9:42 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 5, 2015 9:23 AM Flag

    Yep tell everyone about that Ark and all of those animals that fit on it for 40 days and nights. I'm surprised the dinosaurs didn't sink it. Tell them how the Earth is REALLY only 6000 years old or men REALLY have one set of ribs less than women. If Adam and Eve only had 2 boys named Cain and Able how did they PROCREATE?
    Is the Earth really flat? Just because someone doesn't believe in myths and refuses to drink the koolaid, doesn't mean they are Heathens Jim Jones.

  • Reply to

    Veteran confronts Karl Rove!

    by rjmcbear Apr 4, 2015 4:16 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 5, 2015 8:56 AM Flag

    "Bush has dedicated his life to service for the Vets."
    You really need to take off those GW rose colored glasses. Remember how our troops who were rushed into Iraq didn't even have armored vehicles and had to improvise for many months reinforcing their vehicles to guard against roadside bombs. They had to deal with shortages of water, and communication devices. They arrived in Iraq with winter gear waiting when it was 120 degrees, all to satisfy GW and friends desire for "Shock and Awe". Military suicides reached historic highs in 2009 and have hovered at around 300 a year. The one exception was 2012, when there were a record 352 suicides.
    The Bush administration sent troops to Iraq and Afghanistan, but when those troops came home injured, the Defense Department failed to adequately communicate it to the entity tasked with helping them. Early on, the department was publicly counting only about a third of the casualties stemming from the "War on Terror".
    The Bush Administration cut $1.5 billion for military family housing, despite Department of Defense statistics showing that in 83,000 barracks and 128,860 family housing units across the country are below standard.
    The Bush Administration's 2004 budget underfunded veterans' health care by nearly $2 billion. Bush Administration budget cuts force more than 200,000 veterans to wait for health care. Over 200,000 United States veterans have to wait more than six months for a medical visit because of health care shortages. The VA's claims-processing time skyrocketed early in the Bush years. In 2002, it took the VA an average of 224 days to complete claims, as compared with 166 days in 1999.Despite the war efforts of America's National Guard and Reserve Members, the Bush Administration announced in October 2003 its formal opposition to give the 1.2 million Guard and Reserve members the right to buy health care coverage through the Pentagon's health plan.

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    Veteran confronts Karl Rove!

    by rjmcbear Apr 4, 2015 4:16 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 4, 2015 9:10 PM Flag

    Think about this quote below for a second. He didn't mention WMD's did he, think about all of those lives lost because Saddam, “thumbed his nose at the international community.” Just think about it and tell me how you would feel if you lost a son, daughter or a parent. Bush, Chaney, Rove and anyone else involved in the cover up should be tried for war crimes.

    Rove, who served as deputy chief of staff for then-President George W. Bush, said removing Hussein was the right thing to do because he had “thumbed his nose at the international community.”

  • This guy, Karl Rove is a National DISGRACE!
    An Iraq war veteran confronted former White House advisor Karl Rove during a speaking engagement on Tuesday and demanded he apologize for the war, the Hartford Courant reported.
    “I have taken responsibility for my actions and dealt with my demons while advocating for a peaceful resolution of a war that was an act of aggression with no clear goal,” said the former soldier, who identified himself as Ryan Henowitz. “Can you take responsibility and apologize for your decision in sending a generation to lose their humanity and deal with the horrors of war, which you have never had the courage to face? Will you apologize to the millions of fathers and mothers who lost their children on both sides of this useless war?”
    The encounter happened while Rove was speaking at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. He had been brought in by the school’s College Republicans and another group, Young America’s Foundation. The Eastern Connecticut Young Democrats posted footage of the exchange online.
    Henowitz said he served as a Medic in the 2nd Battalion of the Army’s 7th Infantry Regiment.
    “I saw my friends torn apart and Iraqi children screaming for their parents as indiscriminate shrapnel scarred them and us in ways that we will never know,” he told Rove. “We were exposed to more questions about life and death then any 20 year old should have. These scars stay with me and other veterans who are now one of the highest demographics to commit suicide at a rate of 22 suicides per day, and over thousands disabled.” Rove, who served as deputy chief of staff for then-President George W. Bush, said removing Hussein was the right thing to do because he had “thumbed his nose at the international community.”
    “I appreciate your service for our country. I’m sorry for what you went through but it was the right thing to remove Saddam Hussein from power,” he said. “The United States government and the United States military was right to do so. Rove also called Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) “Pocahontas” during the event, a disparaging reference to her Native American heritage.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 4, 2015 4:09 PM Flag

    You are so out of touch it's really an embarrassment that you have the power to vote. Time to climb down into your back yard bunker and please stay there for a decade or two.
    Meanwhile for everyone else don't forget that The US wasn't the only country involved in negotiations with Iran. Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom and Germany also had something to do with it.

  • Reply to

    How Much U.S. Oil and Gas Comes From Fracking?

    by norrishappy Apr 2, 2015 10:58 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 3, 2015 6:23 PM Flag

    Yes you are!

  • Reply to

    How Much U.S. Oil and Gas Comes From Fracking?

    by norrishappy Apr 2, 2015 10:58 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 2, 2015 2:52 PM Flag

    "Now Progressive Prancing Bear. Your mindless chants are meaningless. Which means you live in a meaningless reality."

    At least I live in some kind of reality as opposed to your abstract, fantasy, Fox News world.

  • Reply to

    How Much U.S. Oil and Gas Comes From Fracking?

    by norrishappy Apr 2, 2015 10:58 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Apr 2, 2015 12:11 PM Flag

    " When Bush left Iraq was stable. Iran was contained."
    This is true if you don't count multiple roadside bombs blowing up on a daily basis or car bombs exploding in populated market places or politicians being gunned down. Don't forget the agreement with the Iraqi government that required ALL US troops to be pulled out of Iraq by December 31st, 2011 was drawn up in October of 2008, during G W Bush’s term, and ratified by the Iraqi government one month later, before President Obama took office. norris you are the King of myths and misinformation!

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