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Liberties endangered

June 15, 2013

Where is all the hue and cry from liberal Democrats about all the billing and maiming with knives? Will they try to only allow a knife with blades or take away all the knives? I suppose they think......

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MrShaman

Jun-15-13 5:59 AM

"What about the current scandals Barrack Hussein and Eric Holder are involved in? Wake up, Liberals, your liberties are being taken away by the pair." - Frank Wilson

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Not to worry!!!!

The Republican Class O' 2010 CONTINUES to push for tax-cuts!!

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eriklatranyi

Jun-15-13 6:16 AM

There are plenty of Democrats who are shocked and concerned by the revelations in recent weeks.

These are Democrats who understand what is being lost and the dangerous power we are unknowingly giving to our gov't.

Meanwhile, the useful idiots, who worship at the Obama altar, continue to deny, deflect and obfuscate.

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CMReeder

Jun-15-13 7:16 AM

Mr. Wilson needs his medication.

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Bufftrev1

Jun-15-13 7:20 AM

Meanwhile, the tea party republicans keep spending like drunken sailors on their own pet projects..

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Bufftrev1

Jun-15-13 7:25 AM

Going to yoga in less than an hour.. get out of bed, you bums..

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JerryfromRI

Jun-15-13 7:27 AM

Another liberals are bad people letter.

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GysgtUSMC

Jun-15-13 8:04 AM

Buff: Going to yoga in less than an hour.. get out of bed, you bums

LoL its a beautiful day but I have a less glamorous morning planned.. going to the transfer station.. good day to all and if you get a chance, go enjoy the derby!

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GysgtUSMC

Jun-15-13 8:07 AM

Oh and by the way Sham, the kids at the derby are not being indoctrinated to be tea party Nascar fans... I thought I would beat you to the punch!

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CHayes

Jun-15-13 8:18 AM

" Why will Barack not call it Islamic terrorism?"

I think somewhere in Montgomery, there's a cranky old man that switched off his TV a little early.

"No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation..." President Obama 10:43AM 9/12/12 (the day after the attack)

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MrShaman

Jun-15-13 8:23 AM

"Another liberals are bad people letter." - JerryfromRI

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No doubt. It's almost enough to give (us) Libs a T-Bagger style inferiority-complex.

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MrShaman

Jun-15-13 8:25 AM

"Oh and by the way Sham, the kids at the derby are not being indoctrinated to be tea party Nascar fans... I thought I would beat you to the punch!" - GysgtUSMC

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Yeah...I'm sure that's what "they'd" LIKE us to believe!!!!

<smirk>

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GoBB62

Jun-15-13 8:38 AM

"No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation..." President Obama 10:43AM 9/12/12 (the day after the attack)

Nice words.

It's too bad words are all this administration has to offer. How about some self-proclaimed transparency for a change?

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spike2

Jun-15-13 9:00 AM

I'll reserve comment. "billing" and Montgomery are enough for me.

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MrShaman

Jun-15-13 9:04 AM

"No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation..." President Obama 10:43AM 9/12/12 (the day after the attack)

Nice words.

It's too bad words are all this administration has to offer. How about some self-proclaimed transparency for a change?" - GoBB62

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You mean, like...putting-out real-time updates (like they did Benghazi), hoping that most Americans had the maturity to recognize it was raw-data...that a full-investigation WOULD be an eventuality?????

Face the facts. You T-Baggers "..CAN'T HANDLE.." transparency.

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GoBB62

Jun-15-13 9:17 AM

"You mean, like...putting-out real-time updates (like they did Benghazi), hoping that most Americans had the maturity to recognize it was raw-data...that a full-investigation WOULD be an eventuality?????"

Face the facts. You T-Baggers "..CAN'T HANDLE.." transparency.

If it were a fact, you would've referenced a youtube video by now. As for the term "t-bagger", keep your perverted little fantasies to yourself.

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CHayes

Jun-15-13 9:37 AM

" It's too bad words are all this administration has to offer"

Oh yes. The Obama administration is a real shriniking violet when it comes to terrorism.

[cough bin Laden cough]

[cough drone strikes cough]

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GysgtUSMC

Jun-15-13 9:48 AM

"No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation..." President Obama 10:43AM 9/12/12 (the day after the attack)

I wish he would have stood up and said this following the attack at Fort Hood instead of labeling it work place violence despite all the evidence uncovered by the Justice Department. Tell that to all the victims who are fighting for medical benefits because of the improper and cowardly classification.

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GoBB62

Jun-15-13 9:50 AM

[cough bin Laden cough]

[cough cough] something that obama had very little, if anything, to do with [cough cough]

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CHayes

Jun-15-13 10:03 AM

" I wish he would have stood up and said this following the attack at Fort Hood instead of labeling it work place violence despite all the evidence uncovered by the Justice Department. Tell that to all the victims who are fighting for medical benefits because of the improper and cowardly classification."

Did the President call it "workplace violence", or is that how the military classified it? I ask this, because just a couple weeks ago, the President mentioned the attack, and said the perpetrator was "inspired by violent jihad".

To be honest, it was both, and I'm not really clear on how that makes a difference to the medical benefits the victims are receiving. As active duty service members, I would think they have medical benefits that would cover 100% of their medical bills. I mean, at the end of the day, we're essentially talking about people that were shot by a coworker, on company property.

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CHayes

Jun-15-13 10:04 AM

I would think even a Wal Mart floor sweeper would have 100% of his medical bills covered by the company under those circumstances.

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CHayes

Jun-15-13 10:13 AM

" [cough cough] something that obama had very little, if anything, to do with [cough cough]"

Wow, I must have misunderstood how that all went down. Because what really happened was that almost as soon as taking office, the President reestablished the CIA bin Laden unit that had been disbanded by his predecessor. Then when they got the lead it wasn't 100%, and many people even thought it shouldn't be moved on, but he went ahead and gave the order.

It's always been strange to me to see people that blame the President when they stub their toe, claim he bears no responsibility for the incredibly risky (both politically, and diplomatically) call to send the SEALS in for bin Laden.

IOW, Obama is directly responsible for gas prices, but he had nothing to do with giving the orders that got bin Laden shot twice in the face, and his filthy carcass dumped at sea. That last part was brilliant in itself.

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MrShaman

Jun-15-13 10:24 AM

"IOW, Obama is directly responsible for gas prices, but he had nothing to do with giving the orders that got bin Laden shot twice in the face..." - CHayes

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That's what Porky Limbaugh said, huh??

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See:

CIA Chief Panetta: Obama Made 'Gutsy' Decision on Bin Laden Raid (YouTube)

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GysgtUSMC

Jun-15-13 10:29 AM

Chases: Did the President call it "workplace violence", or is that how the military classified it? I ask this, because just a couple weeks ago, the President mentioned the attack, and said the perpetrator was "inspired by violent jihad".

From the AP: While several government reports have described the rampage as an act of terrorism, soldiers and their relatives say the only way Fort Hood victims and their families will get the same benefits as troops killed or injured in combat is if the defense secretary specifically designates the shooting a "terrorist attack."

I would think that the President would have some authority over his Defense Secretary.

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GysgtUSMC

Jun-15-13 10:37 AM

From the AP: "Staff Sgt. Shawn Manning, who was shot six times that day, said his injuries prevented him from continuing to serve. But he won't receive the same benefits as those severely wounded on the battlefield because an Army medical evaluation board didn't deem his injuries to be combat-related, he said."

They do not want to classify it as a terrorist attack in fear it may cause unjust influence during this terrorist's court martial.

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Ritty77

Jun-15-13 10:42 AM

"'No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation...' President Obama 10:43AM 9/12/12 (the day after the attack)" —chayes

"Steve Kroft: 'Mr. President, this morning you went out of your way to avoid the use of the word terrorism in connection with the Libya attack. Do you believe that this was a terrorist attack?'

Obama: 'Well it's too early to know exactly how this came about, what group was involved, but obviously it was an attack on Americans.'" — 9/12/12 (the night after the attack)

Liars: The more, the merrier.

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