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by normanlake
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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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Freeman

Anyone have the latest number of Obamacare signups?

I mean, there were 20, then 30 then 40 million Americans that we were told "desperately" wanted health insurance. Seems to me that they were not so "desperate" after all. Especially the young Americans who figured out that the President and his party SCREWED them so badly.

Posted 176 days ago.

Freeman

Koch brother fronts? Where do you get this stuff?? Really. If the law was followed, you would never have that information. You just proved that felonies have been committed.

I have not heard one complaint about George Soros and his organizations. Is it that you agree with his agenda and just want to suppress an alternative voice?

You can't get any more transparent jaxspp.

By the way, 90% of political action money flows through labor unions. Are you going to shut them up? What if they start pushing a conservative agenda? Time to shut them up as well.

Please list every one of the 298 organizations that were harassed that are "Koch brother fronts".

Posted 176 days ago.

amos57usa

freem..Insults instead of answers, why am I not surprised. Since I pay little attention to Issa's finger pointing I must assume no one has been charged. How much spent so far to catch no one so far; 14 milliom?

Posted 176 days ago.

Most of the conservative applications were Koch Brothers fronts, that doesn't bother Freeman in the slightest that the Koch Brothers are using their billions to inject themselves nationally into elections to push their own agenda.

Posted 176 days ago.

normanlake

You forget, you cannot fool us, we watched the 'hearing'. Over a dead issue, no less. Issa is the wealthiest person in government, we know his agenda.

Posted 177 days ago.

normanlake

Freeman, you learned NOTHING about the Issa/Cummings issue. Your sources are suspect.

Posted 177 days ago.

normanlake

Do we need any more proof that Sarah Palin is NUTS? Her 'keynote' speech at CPAC was way over the top. She made Christie and Newt seem sane by comparison. ALMOST.

Posted 177 days ago.

Freeman

Don't be a fool amos57usa, the comparisons are infantile.

Posted 177 days ago.

Freeman

Don't be a fool amos57usa, the comparisons are infantile.

Posted 177 days ago.

amos57usa

freem..Who has been charged with a crime or are you just fishing for the purpose of slandering. Benghazi, Whitewater. birth certificate, scandal, scandal!

Posted 178 days ago.

Freeman

Learned last night that Issa ran that hearing via a script that was approved by the parliamentarian.

Cummings knew about it but put on a show to make a point. I'd say he succeeded.

Posted 179 days ago.

Freeman

You have to get the facts straight.

Progressive groups were not subjected to the same scrutiny that the conservative groups were.

That is FACT and admitted to by Lois Lerner in her apology letter / statement in which she, again, blamed Cincinnati.

Posted 180 days ago.

Freeman

The trail is leading to top level officials in the IRS. The White House counsel knew about it as well in 2010.

I agree Issa was rude but I think he has every right to be.

If there was a serious and credible investigation proceeding under DOJ I don't think the committees would be so upset.

Posted 180 days ago.

Freeman

jax, progressive groups were, no question.

Problem is that the number of progressive groups that were subjected to the same level of investigation as the conservative groups was zero.

None of the progressive groups were delayed for months as were the conservative groups and none of the progressive groups were denied.

Posted 180 days ago.

normanlake

ISSA was rude. End of story.

Posted 180 days ago.

Or: "The White House is involved in the IRS scandal, let's see if we can find some evidence to back that up."

Understand?

Posted 180 days ago.

" “I’ve never said it came out of the office of the President or his campaign. What I’ve said is, it comes out of Washington.”

And yet, later in the very same interview, Issa said this:

“For years, the president bashed the Tea Party groups. He was very public against these groups. And on his behalf — perhaps not on his request — on his behalf, the IRS executed a delaying tactic against the very groups that he talked about.”

Posted 180 days ago.

"The news that progressive groups were also targeted by the IRS should, in theory at least, prompt reporters to press leading Republicans on a simple question: Do you still stand by your insinuations that the White House or Obama campaign were somehow behind the politically motivated targeting of conservatives?

In a key moment, Rep. Darrell Issa — the chair of the Oversight Committee and a lead investigator into the IRS scandal — is now claiming he never, ever said the White House or the Obama campaign was behind the targeting. In an interview with CNN’s Dana Bash (at the 1:30 mark), he said this:

“I’ve never said it came out of the office of the President or his campaign. What I’ve said is, it comes out of Washington.”

And yet, later in the very same interview, Issa said this:"

Posted 180 days ago.

Freeman

No, they ask questions and when they don't get answers, or get answers that are demonstrably false, then they start digging deeper.

Please provide an example, or examples, that support your position.

Posted 180 days ago.

Investigations are fine, but the GOP makes conclusions, then keeps investigating to try to find data to back their conclusions.

Posted 180 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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