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August 12, 2013

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Ritty77

Aug-16-13 9:20 PM

"Fast and Furious started under Bush II. Look it up."

Okey dokey.

From PolitiFact:

"Our ruling: Obama [and other liars] said that the Fast and Furious program began "under the previous administration." That is not the case; Fast and Furious did begin during the time Obama held office. Another similar program, called Operation Wide Receiver, did happen during the Bush administration, and a recent inspector general’s report criticized both operations as ineffective and seriously flawed. But Operation Wide Receiver is not the same thing as the Fast and Furious program. We rate Obama’s statement False."

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Shulski

Aug-15-13 5:49 PM

Fast and Furious started under Bush II. Look it up. That executive order you're complaining about, started under Bush II. Benghazi? There were thirteen similar embassy bombings under Bush II. Only difference is Obama tried to cover it up because it was September 11. These are all facts supported by just a little research and wikipedia. I doubt anyone wants their belief that white folks are an exploited minority shattered.

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JerryfromRI

Aug-13-13 6:12 PM

On fact check dot org there are 16 different debunked claims with Obama and sealed documents. I unapologetically tell you that I don't give a two-hoots about whatever new conspiracy claim has been dreamed up. You all have cried wolf too many times and I not wasting one minute of my life fact checking any more right-wing-crazy-train nonsense.

If a reputable news source reports about this story then at that time I will give it my attention.

PS: I don't live two-hoots about left wing conspiracies theories either.

pps: Although I am flattered that you seem to think that somehow I speak for all liberals world-wide, I do not (yet) do so.

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JerryfromRI

Aug-13-13 6:21 AM

So Vince, what's your plan? Impeachment? Hey, the Donald Trump was on TV again saying he didn't know is the birth certificate was real. Maybe you prefer that angle?

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Premier

Aug-13-13 6:02 AM

Well Jerry I had some time to dig through all of this and unfortunately it is true.

Am I surprised, kinda. Am I disgusted, definitely.

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VinceKnauff

Aug-13-13 5:40 AM

Simply repeating something 700,000 times does not make it true.

Hey Jerry - how many hits did you find saying that those charges of Obama getting sealed divorce records were untrue? Or didn't you want to find out you are wrong? To a Liberal, truth is to be avoided when it contradicts what you already know.

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VinceKnauff

Aug-13-13 5:32 AM

Simply repeating something 700,000 times does not make it true.

Or like Al Gore won in Florida? Or maybe like "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor"?

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Ritty77

Aug-13-13 5:30 AM

"The word 'racism' is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything - and demanding evidence makes you a 'racist.'"— Thomas Sowell

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gavinf56

Aug-12-13 9:16 PM

Yep, seen them and know some myself.

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JerryfromRI

Aug-12-13 9:05 PM

@gavinf56

Sure, I think that works as an example just as well.

Interesting side note, every single racists person that I know, and I know several, has told me that they are not racists. It's odd how they don't see it. And they surely get defensive when they get called out on it.

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gavinf56

Aug-12-13 8:44 PM

"Simply repeating something 700,000 times does not make it true." - JerryfromRI

You mean like racist, racist, racist, racist, racist, racist, ..........

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JerryfromRI

Aug-12-13 8:00 PM

Simply repeating something 700,000 times does not make it true.

For example: Mitt Romney is President, Mitt Romney is President, Mitt Romney is President etc, etc, etc...

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USABorn

Aug-12-13 7:46 PM

Premie - 4:48 PM

"Jerry:"The best comment of the day award goes to Premier who told you everything you need to know about this 'nonsense'."

Although I was already familiar with the stench of Obama's politics, out of curiosity, I used the BING search engine to see what is available on the subject. Got 777,000 results for something Premier doesn't think exists.

It's amazing how liberals can deny facts on one hand, or make them up on the other!!!

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USABorn

Aug-12-13 7:29 PM

Shulski - 10:31 AM

"Fast and Furious started on Bush's watch."

You sure about that Shulski? That mis-information from the dems was exposed a long time ago, and by an Obama backing media outlet yet!!!!

FROM Lamestream media ABC news: Asked about the Fast and Furious program at the Univision forum on Thursday, President Obama falsely claimed that the program began under President George W. Bush.

“I think it’s important for us to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program begun under the previous administration,” the president said. “When Eric Holder found out about it, he discontinued it. We assigned a inspector general to do a thorough report that was just issued, confirming that in fact Eric Holder did not know about this, that he took prompt action and the people who did initiate this were held accountable.”

In actuality, the Fast and Furious program was started in October 2009, nine months into the Obama presidency.

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Premier

Aug-12-13 4:48 PM

Jerry:"The best comment of the day award goes to Premier who told you everything you need to know about this 'nonsense'."

Well if what Vince said is correct {I haven't had time to verify it} I can't believe I haven't heard of this anywhere else than right here. I consider myself up on the news and listing to a lot of talk radio so this must of slipped by somehow.

Oh Sham before you copy and paste, I don't listen to Rush...and never have.

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KrazyK

Aug-12-13 1:25 PM

Mr. Weigle forgot to mention the Doctor that was corrupted into signing Obama's fake birth certificate.

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JerryfromRI

Aug-12-13 12:03 PM

Bobbie, that you did not say no is encouraging.

Yes, I do finally meet the eligibility requirements.

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GoBB62

Aug-12-13 11:44 AM

"Reeder- My pal Greg is not a jerk as compared to someone with real mental deficiencies like you. You really need to get over this Bush/Cheney/Tea party fetish of yours."

We always knew sham had a t-bagging fetish. I didn't know chuck had one.

Curious, indeed??!!

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JerryfromRI

Aug-12-13 11:33 AM

Bobbie - Would you be willing to volunteer your time for my campaign? I'm serious. Let me know.

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JerryfromRI

Aug-12-13 11:22 AM

The best comment of the day award goes to Premier who told you everything you need to know about this 'nonsense'.

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JohnZook

Aug-12-13 11:18 AM

Reeder- My pal Greg is not a jerk as compared to someone with real mental deficiencies like you. You really need to get over this Bush/Cheney/Tea party fetish of yours.

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MrShaman

Aug-12-13 10:54 AM

Executive Order 13233 (Wikipedia)

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"Thus, the presidential papers of Ronald Reagan were DUE TO BE MADE PUBLIC when George W. Bush took office in January 2001."

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Capricorn1

Aug-12-13 10:33 AM

"And, you're (expectedly) dancing-around Executive Order 13233."

Nooooo.... I was simply stating that one is no better than the other. But you failed to mention that your chosen one signed a similar order, making it appear Bush had something to hide. Obviously going by your warped sense of deduction, Obama has something to hide too. Looks much different when you include the whole story huh?

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Shulski

Aug-12-13 10:31 AM

Fast and Furious started on Bush's watch. So, the burden for that lays on the shoulders of both presidents. Also, some research turned up that there were 13 embassy bombings similar to Benghazi that happened under Bush II. Benghazi is unique in that the gov. tried to cover it up for a few days because it was Sept. 11. The administration that preaches transparency ought to live by it.

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philunderwood

Aug-12-13 10:26 AM

Even Bill Daly allegedly told friends he left the Obama administration because it was all politics and no leadership.

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