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by rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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rshill7

This is how it's done folks...how a nation is bullied into becoming a communist state.

How does it feel to have commies at the helm of the USA? Does it feel fine to you fellow commies?

The commies in this paper seem to have zero problem with it. You even seem to applaud it. Perhaps they'll come around when the commies at the helm turn on them too.

Abject fools are what you people are. Voting for the demise of your own country. Blind, sick, suicidal fools. Now choke on it, while the non-commie true Americans seek to correct your country-killing errors.

You bunch of sick f*cks!

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

Regarding Lois Lerner:

I wonder what color her jumpsuit will be? By the time they get done with her, the color should be red, to match her eyes...and ideology :-)

What a funky, filthy, political whooooooore.

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

Give a shout out to Holder: AKA Pinnochio.

Ok, I'll do it for. Whuz up Pinocchio!!!

Even former Mayor Daley couldn't hang with this corrupt crowd "led" by Obama.

They might consider renaming Pennsylvania Ave, Chicago Way :-I

P.S. By the way, your post makes no sense. Have you been studying at the feet of 57 again? You'll need an effective gas mask for that, as well as credulity which cannot be strained. Relax though, you're halfway there already :-)

Posted 508 days ago.

I will say no one eats a corn dog like Michele, but Fact Checkers are wearing black armbands today. Pound for pound one of the biggest liars of all time. And funny, mixing up John Wayne and John Wayne Gacy. An all-timer.

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

BREAKING>>> Lois Lerner Told Republican in 1996: “Promise me You Will Never Run Again, and We’ll Drop This (FEC) Case”

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

Let's see if I can describe this Holder thing in algebraic-like terms for all you math majors out there:

Holder's signature = X Holder's testimony = not X

Are those two congruent or non-congruent? Solve for X. Here's a hint. The X in line one does not equal the X in line two.

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

Keep it classy HH. Here's an idea that might help you achieve some success: Write a tell-all book about "the most transparent administration ever". You could include a heavy duty, highly-concentrated bottle of Windex with each copy. Get crackin' ya' little Hippo.

I knew you were just chompin' at the bit for some good reading material. Happy to oblige :-)

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

Oh, and "Sen. Tim Johnson announced Tuesday that he will not run again next year, giving South Dakota its first open Senate seat since 1978 and adding another challenge to the Democrats’ Senate majority."

Rep. Charles Gonzalez, a seven-term Democrat from Texas, decided to hang it up too.

Joining these democrats are these, who hung it up in 2012: Dan Boren (D-Okla.), Dennis Cardoza (D-Calif.), Jerry Costello (D-Ill.), Barney Frank (D-Mass.), Charlie Gonzalez (D-Texas), Dale Kildee (D-Mich.), John Olver (D-Mass.), Mike Ross (D-Ark.), Lynn Woolsey (D-Calif.). Some of these have left already. All in all, tis a good start.

Perhaps some of these exiting and exited democrats will open up a huge clinic where they can train young children to the wonderful virtues of being "gay". They can demostrate sodomy and other democrat virtues such as that. The Public School system across the fruity plain might not appreciate the direct competition though.

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

"The Democrats’ chance of winning the Minnesota seat might now be on the order of 5 to 10 percent, versus perhaps 40 percent with Mrs. Bachmann on the ballot." (NY Times)

The left delights in nothing more than denigrating good people. Her district will be even more securely in Republican hands. The left can then start all over with the caricature game, aimed at her Republican successor. That kind of thing takes time and much repetition. Just ask the ghost of Alinsky. he wrote a book about it called "Rules For Radicals" and dedicated it to "Lucifer", aka Satan.

I like that Max Baucus (Mr. Obamacare, who now calls it a trainwreck), Carl Levin, and Sen. Jeff Bingaman are leaving. That's celbratory material right there for sure.

Bingaman joined Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia, Sen. Kent Conrad of North Dakota, and Sen. Joe Lieberman. The numerous retirements give the GOP a great opportunity to win back the Senate.

Posted 508 days ago.

HuronHippie

Another sign things are improving in this country: one less teabagger in the house, SHRILL's hero, old crazy eyes, Michelle Bachman, is quitting. Maybe now she can concentrate on important issues, like "curing" gays through therapy at one of her clinics, or preparing for the RAPTURE.

Posted 508 days ago.

rshill7

"A top Vatican official has said around 100,000 Christians are killed every year for reasons linked to their faith and pointed to the Middle East, Africa and Asia as the biggest problem areas.

Monsignor Silvano Maria Tomasi was quoted by Vatican radio on Tuesday as saying that the figures were "shocking" and "incredible".

Tomasi said Christians were also forced to leave their homes and see their churches destroyed in some parts of the world, and were often subjected to rapes, kidnappings and discrimination."

Posted 509 days ago.

rshill7

"Report: US-Backed Syrian Rebels Massacre Entire Christian Village."

Are you happy about that, John McCain? Look at your hands. What do you see?

Was I forced to pay for this with money our government ordered me to pay under severe criminal penalty should I refuse?

Yes.

Posted 509 days ago.

rshill7

So, Eric Holder went Judge shopping in order to get the subpoena's to get the phone records of Fox News' James Rosen? The first two Judges said no, but the third one said yes?

"Oh what a tangled web we weave..." (Sir Walter Scott)

Say it ain't so Mr. Corruptocrat Democrat.

Everyone knows that democrats are as honest as the day is long...in Barrow, Alaska that is...mid January.

Posted 510 days ago.

rshill7

It wasn't long ago that you said we went into Iraq to get their oil. In fact, your entire side of lefty-loons repeated that lie. What happened to that stupid lie? Where's the oil for the USA?

Hmmmmm?

We've killed 50 million babies right here in the womb! As we've seen recently, some of those were also killed outside the womb you dunderheaded, selectively outraged, commie!

Your ass-ertions of how many innocent people were killed in Iraq is 100% BS.

Cite your sources or STFU. Repeating lies ad nauseum does not make them any more true. They are still lies even after the millionth time they are uttered.

Fool.

Posted 510 days ago.

surefoot

The 2012 movie “The Dictator” does an excellent portrayal of how the oil rich countries in the Middle East work, and pointing out the hypocrisy of the west.

Posted 510 days ago.

surefoot

When Bush invade Iraq and slaughter thousands of women and children, and I mean babies just fresh from the womb?

Where were all these righteous antiabortion Tea Party clowns when this happen? Where is the Fox News Investigation?

Posted 510 days ago.

surefoot

Why did Bush invade Iraq and slaughter thousands of women and children? Could it really have been for oil for china?

Well I’m sure that any day now the Tea Party led by Fox New will be putting on their three corner hats, grabbing pitchforks and be yelling about it 24-7.

Posted 510 days ago.

surefoot

Why did Bush invade Iraq and slaughter thousands of women and children? Could it really have been for oil for china?

Posted 510 days ago.

surefoot

Southern Iraq, where many of the large oil fields are situated, is the nation’s poorest farming area.

Local residents expected the arrival of major foreign oil companies to translate into large numbers of jobs, lifting them out of poverty.

But that proved not to be the case.

Coupled with disgruntlement stemming from appropriation of land for oil projects, many residents turned violent and mounted riots.

About 100 residents demanding jobs swarmed the office of a subcontractor in West Qurna-2 on the morning of March 4 this year. Many threw stones and trespassed into the office's premises. Sixteen were arrested.

Posted 510 days ago.

surefoot

China moved swiftly to bolster its prospects by announcing in 2007 that it would forgive Iraq's debts.

The following year, the state-run China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) concluded a no-bid contract on the development of Al-Ahdab oil field. Its target is 120,000 barrels a day.

In the auctions since 2009, CNPC has secured a 37-percent stake in the development of Rumaila oil field in southern Iraq, one of the world’s largest with a targeted output of 2.85 million barrels a day.

Russia’s Lukoil obtained a 75-percent stake in West Qurna-2, whose target is 1.2 million barrels a day.

Along with Inpex Corp. of Japan, it also signed a deal with Iraqi authorities to explore the 5,500-square-kilometer Block 10, winning stakes in two oil fields and two mines.

Iskander Nasyrov, director of Lukoil’s Middle East operations, said that the company is pursuing further stakes.

In contrast, U.S. oil companies face difficulty in maintaining their access to Iraq's rich res

Posted 510 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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