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  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 26, 2015 10:36 AM Flag

    Who sez that the Koch Party hates blacks? Reagan brought them CRACK to pay for an illegal war in Central America! That's a special kind of Republican love and affection...
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    Mike Ruppert, Former LAPD Narcotics Officer:

    "Great line in the movie 'Boyz in the Hood.'"

    Larry Fisburne says "Hey man, we don't grow it. We don't own any airplanes. We don't have any labratories. How does it get here? Why does it get here?

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    In the song "My Favorite Mutiny" by The Coup, rapper Boots claims the Central Intelligence Agency directed Ross to distribute crack: "before the CIA told Ricky Ross to put crack in the sack."[10]

    The song "Mathematics" by Mos Def contains a reference to the link between Ross and the CIA: "Nearly half of America's largest cities is one-quarter black/ That's why they gave Ricky Ross all the crack."[11]

    In the MURS song "The Science" (from his 2008 release Murs for President) the rapper says "...and they gave us dope (Crack)/From the CIA by the way of Nicaragua/Shipped to Rick Ross/He's the Black Godfather." He continues to rap about conspiracies surrounding the CIA's dealings with Ross throughout the song
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  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 24, 2015 3:37 PM Flag

    The classic Republican pindick draft-dodging coward said exactly the same thing about 9-11.

    (His daddy had him yanked right off a troopship bound for the Korean War..)

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    Modern President's ramked first to last

    by springer_1994 Aug 24, 2015 11:36 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 24, 2015 1:07 PM Flag

    He sure dealt a mean bag of CRACK while his neoCONNED ret@rd supporters cheered his TRIPLING of the US National Debt too!

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    Reagan Administration admits Contra-cocaine connections

    On April 17, 1986, the Reagan Administration released a three page report acknowledging that there were some Contra-cocaine connections in 1984 and 1985, arguing that these connections occurred at a time when the rebels were "particularly hard pressed for financial support" because U.S. aid had been cut off. The report admitted that "We have evidence of a limited number of incidents in which known drug traffickers have tried to establish connections with Nicaraguan resistance groups." The report tried to downplay the drug activity, claiming that it took place "without the authorization of resistance leaders."[

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    Investigations into Lt. Col North's involvement have not been limited to the United States. One notable example is the second report of the Costa Rican Legislative Assembly's Commission on Narcotics Trafficking, which examined the explosion of cocaine trafficking in that country during the 1980s. After studying the involvement of Contras and U.S. officials with illegal arms running and drug trafficking, the commission recommended that former ambassador Lewis Tambs, CIA station chief Joseph F. Fernandez, and Lt. Col. Oliver North be forever denied entry in Costa Rica, a recommendation adopted by Costa Rican President Oscar Arias.[11]
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  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 21, 2015 10:46 PM Flag

    I think those are all his screwed condo buyers still chasing after him. Trump does everything big you know and there might just be that many of them when the dust clears?

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    Take John Robbins. When the retired Army officer heard Trump, in a music-filled tent, talk of putting up the tallest building in Tampa, Fla., he wanted in—“because of the Trump name.” But Robbins lost half his $150,000 down payment when the condo project went bankrupt and was “floored” to learn that Trump had merely licensed his gold-plated moniker: “I just don’t see Trump fitting the role of commander in chief. Somebody has to stand up to Mr. Trump.”

    Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: he was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. “I want to throw up every time I see him,” says the Los Angeles accountant. “I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.”
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    Donald Trump Sued Over Mexican Resort That Was Never Built
    The Wrap | Apr. 18, 2011, 8:12 PM |

    “Celebrity Apprentice” star and presumed presidential candidate Donald Trump is being sued over failed plans to build a resort with his name on it, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap.

    Robert Briggs filed suit against the Donald -- along with his son, Donald Jr. and daughter Ivanka -- in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday. Briggs claims that he was duped into investing in Trump Ocean Resort Baja, a proposed vacation facility in Baja California, Mexico, that was never built, based on the false impression that Trump was an investor in the resort.

    According to Briggs, the plans for the resort went belly-up in December 2008 -- and when the developers informed him that the project had failed, he discovered that not only had his investment money been withdrawn for purposes other than the project, but Trump had merely licensed his name to the project.
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    3Q05 new cooking ingredients for Meg and Cathy

    by unclefulbert Aug 21, 2015 9:24 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 21, 2015 11:02 AM Flag

    Just like the Chapter 11 con man Bush's war expenses you mean? A G.O.P. tradition going back to 1986 (see below.) before that crack dealer Reagan arbitrarily threw the entire Military onto the "employed" side of the UE ledger.

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    To spell it out: George W. Bush and Enron Oil and Gas were in business together in 1986--when Ken Lay was head of Enron. (Lay was named Enron chairman in February of that year.) How did this deal come about? Was this the only project in which Bush and Enron were partners? A call placed to the White House produced no response. Karen Denne, an Enron spokeswoman, says "I can't tell you anything about" that project, explaining Enron "sold all its domestic exploration and production assets about two years ago to EOG Reources" and probably did not retain records regarding that well. As for the possibility Spectrum 7 invested in other Enron ventures, she notes, "You're referencing something that happened in 1986. I can check, but we're pretty short-staffed now." Elizabeth Ivers, a spokeswoman for EOG Resources (formerly Enron Oil and Gas), says, "If we did have any records on that well, it would be nothing that we would share with the public. We do not disclose the details or specifics of who we have well interests with."

    After the Enron affair began generating front-page headlines, Bush attempted to distance himself from Enron and Lay. In early January, the President claimed he and Lay had not always been close pals. "He was a supporter of [Texas Governor] Ann Richards in my run [against her] in 1994," Bush asserted, noting he did not get "to know Ken" and work with him until after he won that election. But campaign records show Lay donated three times as much money to Bush in that race as he did to Richards. Moreover, contacts between Lay and the Bush family pre-dated that campaign. In 1992, Lay chaired the host committee for the 1992 Republican convention in Houston, where Bush's father won his second presidential nomination.
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    TRUMP is kickingAßs and taking names

    by page.roler Aug 20, 2015 4:48 PM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 20, 2015 5:06 PM Flag

    His military service record would have fit in quite well with the previous Koch Party administration too!

  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 20, 2015 1:23 PM Flag

    At least Palin the airhead tramp that springy voted for with maybe five seconds worth of honest consideration, at least she had the sense to use her sister's college dorm room?

    No paper trail....

  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 19, 2015 3:05 PM Flag

    Funny how springy swallowed that hook line and sinker too?

    Fox tells all these neoconned megachumps that Soros is loading the boat with coal stocks and they can't even click a mouse twice and discern that it was just a rowboat!

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    The story of coal.

    by ndfirstsection Aug 19, 2015 9:48 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 19, 2015 2:03 PM Flag

    "when Soros takes a liquidation preference play position that probably represents about half of his sock drawer?"

    You owe me a new keyboard rocol. Half of his sock drawer!

    Amazing what they can cram right down all these Fox news ret@rds' throats, isn't it? (See Sarah Palin....)

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    The story of coal.

    by ndfirstsection Aug 19, 2015 9:48 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 19, 2015 12:06 PM Flag

    If they cant dump mercury in the air it's like there is no point in getting out of bed in the morning!

  • scumtracker2002 by scumtracker2002 Aug 19, 2015 11:34 AM Flag

    From a long list of people who told the truth while the Saudi-owned sleazebuckets that all you totally clueless rubes voted for were lying like rugs.

    How about getting OFF Food Stamps and Disability and actually trying to make good on the $10 TRILLION smoking hole in the ground that was directly caused by your neoCONNED stupidity?

  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 18, 2015 3:36 PM Flag

    Uhh, springy?

    Is this what Republican "fiscal conservatism" really means?
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    WASHINGTON — Not long after American forces defeated the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein in 2003, caravans of trucks began to arrive at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington on a regular basis, unloading an unusual cargo — pallets of shrink-wrapped $100 bills. The cash, withdrawn from Iraqi government accounts held in the United States, was loaded onto Air Force C-17 transport planes bound for Baghdad, where the Bush administration hoped it would provide a quick financial infusion for Iraq’s new government and the country’s battered economy.

    Over the next year and a half, $12 billion to $14 billion was sent to Iraq in the airlift, and an additional $5 billion was sent by electronic transfer. Exactly what happened to that money after it arrived in Baghdad became one of the many unanswered questions from the chaotic days of the American occupation, when billions were flowing into the country from the United States and corruption was rampant

    Finding the answer became first the job and then the obsession of Stuart W. Bowen Jr., a friend from Texas of President George W. Bush who in 2004 was appointed to serve as a special inspector general to investigate corruption and waste in Iraq. Before his office was finally shut down last year, Mr. Bowen believed he might have succeeded — but only partly — in that mission.

    Much of the money was probably used by the Iraqi government in some way, he concluded. But for years Mr. Bowen could not account for billions more until his investigators finally had a breakthrough, discovering that $1.2 billion to $1.6 billion had been stolen and moved to a bunker in rural Lebanon for safe keeping.“I don’t know how the money got to Lebanon,” Mr. Bowen said. “If I knew that, we would have made more progress on the case.”

    ..He is equally frustrated that the Bush administration..never investigated reports that huge amounts of money had disappeared

  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 18, 2015 2:41 PM Flag

    Bush on the other hand LIED OUT LOUD about a genuine desire to apprehend Bin Laden when his Saudi masters had quite clearly told the idiot cokehead to not touch a single hair on Osama's head!

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    WASHINGTON — Before Sunday, the last time an American president thought he had Osama bin Laden in his sights was the late summer of 2007.

    Al Qaeda and Taliban commanders, terrorist volunteers and insurgent foot soldiers would be meeting in the Tora Bora region of Afghanistan, a stream of intelligence reports showed. And there were hints that Bin Laden himself might travel from his hiding place in Pakistan to rally militants training for large-scale suicide attacks in Europe or the United States.

    “We thought we had ‘No. 1’ on this side of the border,” said a senior American military officer involved in planning the operation. “It was the best intelligence we’d had on him in a long time.”

    The military set into motion one of the largest strike missions of its kind, with long-range bombers, attack helicopters, artillery and commandos all ready to pummel the rugged mountain valley along Afghanistan’s border with Pakistan, according to military officers and former government officials.

    But just as the half dozen B-2 Stealth bombers were halfway on the 3,000-mile flight to their target, commanders ordered them to return to their secret base in the Indian Ocean, because of doubts about the intelligence on Bin Laden and concerns about civilian casualties from the bombs
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    Beauty of Trump

    by trueallday Aug 18, 2015 12:40 PM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 18, 2015 12:46 PM Flag

    And Goober Rick Perry doesn't even make that list!

    Remember that Enron-owned-and-operated Ape Man walking around with his chest puffed out back in 2012 saying "well when aihm da President?" He clearly thought his swiftboat sponsors could get anything with a pulse into the White House back then, I bet?

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    AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Texas governor Rick Perry tried to sideline a state commissioner who opposed expanding the scope of a nuclear-waste landfill owned by one of the governor's biggest political donors, Reuters has learned.

    Bobby Gregory, owner of a wildlife ranch and landfill company south of Austin, had opposed a plan to let 36 states send nuclear waste to a 1,338-acre site in Andrews County.

    On the other side of the issue was billionaire Harold Simmons and his company Waste Control Specialists LLC, which stood to gain millions of dollars from accepting out-of-state shipments. Simmons had donated over $1 million to Perry's gubernatorial campaigns.

    A report in the Los Angeles Times in August examined the case of the Texas waste site and Perry's ties to Simmons, a conservative who funded the Swift Boat campaign that helped torpedo John Kerry's presidential bid.

    Perry maintains his appointments are based on merit, and Simmons is inclined to help any conservative Republican, spokespeople for the two said.
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    Trump: Round Up 30,000,000 People and Deport Them!

    by trueallday Aug 17, 2015 11:30 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 18, 2015 10:58 AM Flag

    My understanding is that if you didn't get butt-raped on a Trump Condo deal then you might be subject to deportation? Immigration will want to see a documented capital loss of half your life savings, otherwise you'll have about 75 minutes to pack up whatever you can carry.
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    Take John Robbins. When the retired Army officer heard Trump, in a music-filled tent, talk of putting up the tallest building in Tampa, Fla., he wanted in—“because of the Trump name.” But Robbins lost half his $150,000 down payment when the condo project went bankrupt and was “floored” to learn that Trump had merely licensed his gold-plated moniker:

    Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: he was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. “I want to throw up every time I see him,” says the Los Angeles accountant. “I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.”
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    Donald Trump Sued Over Mexican Resort That Was Never Built
    The Wrap | Apr. 18, 2011, 8:12 PM |

    “Celebrity Apprentice” star and presumed presidential candidate Donald Trump is being sued over failed plans to build a resort with his name on it, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap.

    Robert Briggs filed suit against the Donald -- along with his son, Donald Jr. and daughter Ivanka -- in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday. Briggs claims that he was duped into investing in Trump Ocean Resort Baja, a proposed vacation facility in Baja California, Mexico, that was never built, based on the false impression that Trump was an investor in the resort.

    According to Briggs, the plans for the resort went belly-up in December 2008 -- and when the developers informed him that the project had failed, he discovered that not only had his investment money been withdrawn for purposes other than the project, but Trump had merely licensed his name

  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 17, 2015 6:02 PM Flag

    Better they investigate something that's not there as opposed to focusing on the established G.O.P. core objectives?

    1. More free Saudi Defense wars.

    2. "Too big to fail."

    3. Tax cuts for the rich that didn't "create" a single private sector job anywhere in the known universe over the course of ten years.

    4. The absurd risk/reward calculus of the KochStone XL Pipeline Project.

    5. Perpetual welfare for the backwards unproductive Red States who voted for the Bush Disaster.

    Just my opinion...

  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 17, 2015 3:59 PM Flag

    As the full scale of the $10 TRILLION Bush Disaster started to manifest itself, some evangelical leaders even began to realize how thoroughly they had been played by dishonest G.O.P. sleazebuckets. (Usually pindick draft-dodging cowards just like Cheney, Bush II and Limbaugh too...)

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    The backlash on the right against Bush and the war has emboldened some previously circumspect evangelical leaders to criticize the leadership of the Christian conservative political movement. “The quickness to arms, the quickness to invade, I think that caused a kind of desertion of what has been known as the Christian right,” Hybels, whose Willow Creek Association now includes 12,000 churches, told me over the summer. “People who might be called progressive evangelicals or centrist evangelicals are one stirring away from a real awakening.”
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    Trump: Round Up 30,000,000 People and Deport Them!

    by trueallday Aug 17, 2015 11:30 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 17, 2015 11:44 AM Flag

    What if Trump had just porked them right up the old poop chute on a vapor condo deal and the down payment check hasn't cleared yet?
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    Donald Trump Sued Over Mexican Resort That Was Never Built
    The Wrap | Apr. 18, 2011, 8:12 PM |

    “Celebrity Apprentice” star and presumed presidential candidate Donald Trump is being sued over failed plans to build a resort with his name on it, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap.

    Robert Briggs filed suit against the Donald -- along with his son, Donald Jr. and daughter Ivanka -- in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday. Briggs claims that he was duped into investing in Trump Ocean Resort Baja, a proposed vacation facility in Baja California, Mexico, that was never built, based on the false impression that Trump was an investor in the resort.

    According to Briggs, the plans for the resort went belly-up in December 2008 -- and when the developers informed him that the project had failed, he discovered that not only had his investment money been withdrawn for purposes other than the project, but Trump had merely licensed his name to the project.
    _________________________
    Take John Robbins. When the retired Army officer heard Trump, in a music-filled tent, talk of putting up the tallest building in Tampa, Fla., he wanted in—“because of the Trump name.” But Robbins lost half his $150,000 down payment when the condo project went bankrupt and was “floored” to learn that Trump had merely licensed his gold-plated moniker: “I just don’t see Trump fitting the role of commander in chief. Somebody has to stand up to Mr. Trump.”

    Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: he was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. “I want to throw up every time I see him,” says the Los Angeles accountant. “I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.”
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    Rush Limbaugh dumped by another station

    by northvisitor34 Aug 14, 2015 9:43 AM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 14, 2015 2:27 PM Flag

    Viagra and oxy sales already down three percent nationwide.

    The Dominican underaged gay brothel industry expects to take a similar year over year hit as well, I imagine?

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    Blinton vs. Cush

    by w.heinlein Aug 13, 2015 12:06 PM
    scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Aug 13, 2015 3:19 PM Flag

    A 1991 episode of PBS's documentary series Frontline brought attention to a potentially significant sound bite. While playing golf with George H.W. Bush in Palm Springs, Ronald Reagan told reporters he had "tried some things the other way", that is, tried to free the hostages. When pressed further, he said that the details remained "classified". This remark was widely publicized and linked to Reagan's alleged plan to free the hostages.[35][36] The documentary also provided evidence of U.S. support for Israeli shipments to Iran much earlier than the 1985–86 Iran-Contra affair timeline. It included an interview with Nicholas Veliotes, who was Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs at the time of the 18 July 1981 Armenia mid-air collision, in which a transport aircraft, which was returning to Israel after delivering weapons to Iran, was downed in Armenian airspace. Veliotes said that based on his investigation of the incident "It was clear to me after my conversations with people on high that indeed we had agreed that the Israelis could transship to Iran some American-origin military equipment... It seems to have started in earnest in the period probably prior to the election of 1980, as the Israelis had identified who would become the new players in the national security area in the Reagan administration."

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