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Ha ha.. McInsane.. it's like a sandwich or something.

Sorry I made Childish Fun of your crazy-man "hero".


I've never thought that "throwing" someone under a "bus" would be a sacrifice.



Why a Bus? Wouldn't say, a Semi truck or a train or something be more dangerous?


Or why not just shoot them?

"McInsane has shot and killed his ex-wife to further his political power". ... Hmm.. well, that just sounds like he murdered her. I guess the "bus" thing sounds more harmless and "funny".


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You could "push them onto the subway tracks" instead, but only if you wanted to sound like an East-coast snob.

And throwing them under the light-rail probably wouldn't even work, at the speed that thing moves.

Buses are ubiquitous and make you sound all "urban".


||EDIT: oops, fixed grammar in the first paragraph.


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You could throw "push them onto the subway tracks" too, but only if you wanted to sound like an East-coast snob.

And throwing them under the light-rail probably wouldn't even work, at the speed that thing moves.

Buses are ubiquitous and make you sound all "urban".



I could go "Elitist" and "throw ___ under the limo" or "throw ____ under the Hummer".


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Ha ha.. McInsane.. it's like a sandwich or something.
That still isn't funny because it doesn't fit the naming pattern. The thing after the Mc is supposed to be a noun, not an adjective.

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Sorry I made Childish Fun of your crazy-man "hero".
He is as much mine as he is yours. You aren't one of those retards that thinks anyone who is not on the same side with them must be on the other side(TM)?

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I've never thought that "throwing" someone under a "bus" would be a sacrifice.
Why a Bus? Wouldn't say, a Semi truck or a train or something be more dangerous?
Or why not just shoot them?
"McInsane has shot and killed his ex-wife to further his political power". ... Hmm.. well, that just sounds like he murdered her. I guess the "bus" thing sounds more harmless and "funny".
English just isn't your thing, is it? See, this is called an 'idiom'. No, it's not the same as 'idiot'. It's a common expression, a figure of speech. They arise for various historical reasons, and picking them apart rarely, if ever, gets you anywhere. Once again, your joke is not as funny as you think it is.

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Humor just isn't your "thing".


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Humor just isn't your "thing".
Oh, I'm all for humor. It's just that it has to be funny, as opposed to merely insulting to some guy you don't like.

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You don't like Don Rickles.


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fuck you, you fucking hockey puck.

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zom-zom wrote:
Ha ha.. McInsane.. it's like a sandwich or something.


:lol: I like McInsane too! like he's sooo insane he's gonna nuke Iran or something.

I don't realy care about silly names for politicians, they're fair game. But It is funny how liberals get thier panties in a bunch when they hear Obamas REAL middle name. It's the word that should't be spoken. :o


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But It is funny how liberals get thier panties in a bunch when they hear Obamas REAL middle name. It's the word that should't be spoken. :o



Hussein is an extremely common name in a large part of the world. I don't have any problem with it.
It's the Conservatives that do.. they like to emphasize the name due to their connecting it to Saddam Hussein.
They (you) like to point out that Barack Obama has a middle name that is the same as An Enemy. So what?

Didn't we have this discussion elsewhere already? You have a Hebraic first name. Are you a Zionist?


John McCain's middle name is "Sidney".


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John McCain's middle name is "Sidney".


He's a Poitierist! Don't invite him to dinner!


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It's the Conservatives that do.. they like to emphasize the name due to their connecting it to Saddam Hussein.
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yea... that must be it! Kinda like "Joseph" ie: "Joseph Stalin"!

btw, I wouldn't call hillary clinton a conservitive. :wink:


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Awsome thread! Funny cuz it turns out our new prez obviously took his preachers words to heart.
Goodwin Liu, Obamas judicial nominee:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgR2I3mvz74&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]
Interesting choice imo, very "outside of the box" concept lui has here.


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I bet in the 50s and 60s (when that stuff was written) there was probably a pretty reasonable case that could be made that whites were in fact evil.

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Awsome thread! Funny cuz it turns out our new prez obviously took his preachers words to heart.
Goodwin Liu, Obamas judicial nominee:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgR2I3mvz74&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]
Interesting choice imo, very "outside of the box" concept lui has here.


Sounds right to me.

I take it you find some sort of fault with it?


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I have a 2000 year old grudge against the Italians. They have to give up somthing!

oops, typo on my part.


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I have a 200 year old grudge against the Italians. They have to give up somthing!


they have. look at what they gave up after WWII.

Next?

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Northern Africa? Hell, lets make Italy pay for everything then can we moveon plz?


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Italy has been humiliated enough... remember the Pazone? *shudders*

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I have a 2000 year old grudge against the Italians. They have to give up somthing!

oops, typo on my part.


Wait, you were still within the same post, and you decided to point your typo out without correcting it?

:-?


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Northern Africa? Hell, lets make Italy pay for everything then can we moveon plz?


That, and the $360 million that they had to pay.

As far as the Roman Empire, I'm pretty sure that my (and your) ancestors did a pretty good job sacking Rome in the fifth century. I'd proably call that one square, lest they start demanding reparations from the descendants of the Germanic tribes.

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Well, Obamas Preacher for 20 years is at it again!
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He cited the writings of Bill Jones — author of the book “Is God a White Racist?” — as proof that white people cannot be trusted. “Bill said, ‘They just killed four of their own at Kent State. They’ll step on you like a cockroach and keep on movin’, cause you not a brother to them.’”

Wright referred to Italians as “Mamma Luigi” and “pizzeria.” He said the educational system in America is designed by whites to miseducate blacks “not by benign neglect but by malignant intent.”

He said Ethiopian Jews are despised by white Jews: “And now the Knesset [Israeli parliament] is meeting with European Jews, voting on whether or not these African Jews can get into [Israel].”

The civil-rights movement, Wright said, was never about racial equality: “It was always about becoming white . . . to master what [they] do.” Martin Luther King, he said, was misguided for advocating nonviolence among his people, “born in the oven of America.”


Kind of interesting that Rev Wright & the death of the last KKK Democrat senator are the main news items for the day?


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Here is a perfect example of what a stupid fuck you really are
All you have to do is google "Obama cuts ties with Reverend Wright" and you will find more than enough credible sources from 2008
It took me the amount of time it takes to type the words
See how easy it is to look up the answer?

It doesn't even matter if he was going to his church at the same time he was spouting this crap
Once Obama got called on it, he manned up and did what was right
Are you going to tell me that every person in Obama's life has to be squeaky clean?
His whole life?
I heard he went to kindergarten with a kid who grew up to be a serial rapist
I guess that makes Obama a serial rapist

You lazy stupid Fucking robot
All your masters need to do it hit the "repeat" button and everything they say comes spewing out of your mouth

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All you have to do is google "Obama cuts ties with Reverend Wright" and you will find


Yea, after he Sean Hannity pointed out just how full of hate Rev. Wright is. BTW, this is Obamas spiritial advisor for 20 + years. Not just some ACORN crumb that saw him at the rally.

IMO Obama heard every word.

Plz stop being a troll, stick with the facts.


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Who fucking cares if he did it before or after
He did it
Like I addressed before with the kindergarten comments
Does everyone in his life have to be squeaky clean?
Is there a record of Obama embracing those words?
I have a friend that is a racist
I go to his house and hang out
Am I a racist now?

I read your link and all I found was slanted and reeked of the conservative agenda
There's a difference between dissent and just plain obstructionism

BTW
Don't just call me a troll
Call me your own personal troll
I remember asking you in open forum a while back if you actually believed the insane paranoid ramblings that you post and you said %100 yes

It would be one thing if you just had neo con leanings and just liked to post the shit you do just to get a rise out of people
BUT YOU ACTUALLY BELIEVE THE SHIT YOU POST

This makes me wanna jump all over your ass every time you post something stupid

It seems when you do actually try to respond directly to someone (instead of going off on some other tangent) you come up with some lame ass, slanted opinion piece instead of actual facts

You are an ignorant and mis-informed intellectual follower who can't back their own shit up without reguritating something that one of your rich angry white upper middle class ideagogues fed to you
Look for me to jump out from under the bridge again and again
It feels nice to shit on you every time you pop your head up

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I wish I could 'like' that last post.


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I wish I could 'like' that last post.


You can QFT it.


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Who fuckin....


Most amazing troll/anti-troll ever!

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Make no mistake, my agenda is to fuck with Fisty
I am a troll in every sense of the word on this one but I don't care
Far too many people are impeading the progress of the country by obstructionist politics and over-inflated rhetoric
Although I realize that both sides are dirty in this arena, the right seems to be particularly mean spirited and self righteous and completely oblivious to the contradictory messages they pound into the heads of their followers

Fisty has gladly handed the reins to his masters and asked them to lead him anywhere they like
Since I cannot tell Rush and Hannity and Levign etc... to their faces, or on the radio (thanks to call screeners and dump buttons), I chose to bust Fisty's chops

I know it is small and petty and not the typical fun drama on the board
But i'm feeling pretty angry right now and Fisty is just begging for it

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Make no mistake, my agenda is to fuck with Fisty



Wow, somebody sh*t in your cereal! I leave this message board for a while and when I come back people are getting Rockula all riled up.

Without trying to incur Rockula's wrath, I will just say that I don't think who a person associatea with defines that person... but that also doesn't mean you shouldn't/can't take note of it. I don't think Obama 'hates whitey' or anything, but I do find it odd that he cut ties with his pastor of all those years once the heat got turned up on the guy. That demonstrates at best a lack of judgement on Obama's part and at worst a lack of character. You'd have to be so infatuated with Obama that you can't think clearly to ignore such things, IMHO.

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A perfectly reasonable observation
However
My point is that it is impossible for anyone to dissasociate themselves with every potential liability before someone else can use it against you
This is nothing more than people grasping at straws because they can't find any real dirt on Obama
I wonder where the dirt diggers where when W was running for president
He had several drug and DUI incidents in his past and no one said a fucking word
Maybe because it is the consevative who will sink to any depth to gain an advantage

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i guess personally i see both sides are full of self-righteousness, contradiction, and over-inflated rhetoric. i just tolerate one side more because it is more conducive to my ideology i suppose.
and of course every time that side makes me sick to the point i want to vomit, i see something Fisty writes and figure whatever fetid chunks may end up on my tongue are far better than the ridiculous shit he swallows...


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The problem for me is that I really want to be a conservative just like I really want to believe there is a god
However, the people with whom I would have to associate make me also wanna vomit
It sickens me to see people hijack good ideas and mix them with such stupidity and emotianlly charged rhetoric
The result is not any kind of progress through drstruction
More like stagnation through polarization

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More like stagnation through polarization


that about sums up the political world right there...


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i don't mind conservatism in certain aspects - some things about it seem like very good ideas. there are lot of things i agree with when it comes to liberalism too. the problem is there needs to be compromise. too much of anything is a bad thing and is toxic to a system.
i may have some very far-left beliefs but i'll readily admit that a healthy balance between right and left would produce a better nation because i know it would be borne of compromise and progress could happen instead of this lateral tug-of-war over social issues that have little impact on the nation itself as a nation (of course some of these are important, but you'd be deluding yourself if you believe that these things should take as much time as they do away from infrastructure and the overall functioning of the nation as a whole).
the problem is the loons spouting from the side-lines (both sides). these people do a dis-service to everyone by, to use your word, obstructing that progress so much to keep us all mired in this "us vs them" situation.


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Actually, most Ideologues would say that half-assing it through compromise to try to keep both sides happy not only ends up pissing off both sides but screws everything up in the process. The Right and the Left both have a good argument in that only when their ideas are passed with their repective purity intact do they manage any kind of success.

Okay, maybe not so much with the Right...


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My point is that it is impossible for anyone to dissasociate themselves with every potential liability before someone else can use it against you


Agreed. I, for one, am loosely associated with more than one "homegrown terrorist" according to some circles, though those people are less harmful than mosquitoes.

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Actually, most Ideologues would say that half-assing it through compromise to try to keep both sides happy not only ends up pissing off both sides but screws everything up in the process. The Right and the Left both have a good argument in that only when their ideas are passed with their repective purity intact do they manage any kind of success.

Okay, maybe not so much with the Right...


Agreed. NPR interviewed Gov. Arnold and got pretty much the same from him...
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"That's how I got elected, because I appealed to Democrats and Republicans, independents ... everybody," says Schwarzenegger, a Republican. "If there would have been no recall election, I wouldn't have been able to win, because I would not have been able to win a Republican primary because I'm too much in the center and I'm not that far to the right."


His proposal for "open elections" makes a lot of sense. End party primaries. Return to one-man-one-vote. 135 (the number in CA's recall election) candidates in the same primary, and the top two (regardless of party) go onto the election ballot. It would destry two-party politics. We could even dissolve the electoral colleges all together!

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Actually, most Ideologues would say that half-assing it through compromise to try to keep both sides happy not only ends up pissing off both sides but screws everything up in the process. The Right and the Left both have a good argument in that only when their ideas are passed with their repective purity intact do they manage any kind of success.

Okay, maybe not so much with the Right...


i'm not saying to half-ass it. i just mean that their needs to be less butting of heads or some of those good ideas never get anywhere. you can take ideas from here and from there to build a solid structure provided that the ultimate goal is shared success. too often though that goal is self-serving to the point that any compromise that does come is the half-assed kind you speak of.


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I think the Tea Party movement is adressing all of the important issues that all American voters are worried about. Looks like Reps are listening to them according to polls & the elections for the past year.
Bail outs, imigration, spending, incompetence... America is finaly united for change! :D


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Too bad their message has been co-opted by polarizong neo conservatives that make the message about as relevant as radical Islam
You're no better than them Fisty
The only thing different is that you're too much of a pussy to strap on a bomb and prove you mean what you say

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The TPers consist of REAL Reps, Libertarians & disillusioned Dems. 8)


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TP consists of the 24% of American that approved of W at the end of his 2nd term. Within the first term of any TP-backed election the senior Reps in Congress will be using TP to wipe their ass if the new crew doesn't play ball.

Eventually, TP will get flushed.

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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR3m2Kb1Wzw&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

Doing whats right?... again.


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Too bad "you people " (and I mean that as a derogatory term) have cried wolf so many times that, even if this was completely true and not over inflated by Faux news, I still don't care
Anything on that channel is tainted and corrupted by the conservative agenda

Wow
It's so easy to have a closed mind
I see how you can be suckered in like this Fisty
It must be nice not to have to think for yourself
Too bad I can't turn my bullshit detector off all the time like you but I just can't

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Sadly, Venezuela and Bolivia have, for quite some time now, had far more transparent elections than the US. Hugo Chavez gets re-elected in free and fair elections repeatedly by his people while Diebold's voting machines are suspect at best.

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Sadly, Venezuela and Bolivia have, for quite some time now, had far more transparent elections than the US. Hugo Chavez gets re-elected in free and fair elections repeatedly by his people while Diebold's voting machines are suspect at best.


No doubt we need voter ID cards ect... that would realy put a crimp in ACORN's love life! Especial with the latest voter registration drive comming from the WH.... oops! I ment amnesty. :lol:


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Kinda funny seeing as voter fraud is how Dubya got into office

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Kinda funny seeing as voter fraud is how Dubya got into office

Yep. That election had it all.
Voter intimidation. Conservative activist-judges rewritng Federal law from the bench, electoral colleges voting against the majority of the states they were to vote on behalf of.... not bad for a Pres that lost the popular vote by over half a million voters.

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Good thing the SCOTUS kept the Fl. SC from stealing that one! 1 reason why a represenitive republic makes our country strong.

Can you imagine a Prez "jizzy Gore"? Or Cheat on my wife w/ cancer Edwards? :o


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yeah, a "represenitive republic (sic)" means the loser of the popular vote wins the election.

that said though, you are right on to question Gore and Edwards as the Dems idea of a nominee. that's the best they could come up with against GWB?
and Kerry in 2004! they had years to come up with a response after 2000's lame either/or that left us screwed either way and they decided a second helping of the crappy entree they served the first time was going to be the special on the menu.
i even went to see Kerry speak. i left completely unenthused by his pathetic rally. the guy had about as much personality as a box of styrofoam peanuts and was about as static at that too. not being able to use the friction of the times to generate enough energy to unseat someone like GWB proved how poor a choice he was.


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Allowing "super delegates" to decide any major party's nominee is the massive shortfall for Dems. As I posted previously, truely open elections are the only way to end this. The electoral colleges are a joke and the single most aggravating assault on a representative-based constitutional democracy.

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2fisted wrote:
bogus voter intimidation story


While Fox remains the network of Right-wing (mis)information, mainstream media continues to call a bogus story "bogus".

American elections, while remaining less transparent than those of "rogue nations of South America", are still less left-centric than Faux News would have its servants believe.

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Proving once again how racially biased the far-right isn't:
Limbaugh claims Obama would be "A tour guide in Honolulu" if he didn't have the unquestioned electoral advantage of being black.

Heckuva job there, Rush.

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Long Pig wrote:
2fisted wrote:
bogus voter intimidation story


While Fox remains the network of Right-wing (mis)information, mainstream media continues to call a bogus story "bogus".
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lol, Obamamatters.org

Nothing bogus about it, no less intimidating than the kkk hanging out at voting stations holding clubs.

They where all convicted, then Holder dropped the case. Why? Story is getting kinda hot too.


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Quite bogus, just like the birther movement, Fox is full of shit. Fox will continue to lie to you, because you and 24% of the rest of the nation eat it up.

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How bogus is bogus?
Megyn Kelly's minstrel show

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Kelly's obsession with the current NBPP controversy is something else, though. No one disputes that two members of the Panthers lurked outside of a heavily black, Democratic polling place in Philadelphia on election day 2008, and no one thinks this was a smart or legal thing for them to do. Police were called to the scene to disperse them, and King Samir Shabazz, who was filmed holding (though not using) a nightstick, lost the right to be a poll-watcher for the next election cycle. It was the only recorded incident like this in the nation; nearly two years later, no voter has come forward and said he or she was prevented from voting by the Panthers. And in his publicity tour to attack the DOJ over the Panther case -- a second-rate case against a fifth-rate hate group -- J. Christian Adams has been unable to name any case in which the DOJ was presented with a crime committed by black people and chose not to prosecute it.

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From the Wapo:
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The Post should never base coverage decisions on ideology, nor should it feel obligated to order stories simply because of blogosphere chatter from the right or the left.

But in this case, coverage is justified because it's a controversy that screams for clarity that The Post should provide. If Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. and his department are not colorblind in enforcing civil rights laws, they should be nailed. If the Commission on Civil Rights' investigation is purely partisan, that should be revealed. If Adams is pursuing a right-wing agenda, he should be exposed.

National Editor Kevin Merida, who termed the controversy "significant," said he wished The Post had written about it sooner. The delay was a result of limited staffing and a heavy volume of other news on the Justice Department beat, he said.

Better late than never. There's plenty left to explore.


explosive stuff.


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ooo boy! there sure are a lot of instances of the word "if" in there.... soon to be updated with "no crimes reported"

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I guess it took 3.5 years, but it's pretty obvious that our president did listen intently to his Preacher of 25 years:

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There are a lot of wealthy, successful Americans who agree with me — because they want to give something back. They know they didn’t — look, if you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own. You didn’t get there on your own. I’m always struck by people who think, well, it must be because I was just so smart. There are a lot of smart people out there. It must be because I worked harder than everybody else. Let me tell you something — there are a whole bunch of hardworking people out there.

Obama continued:

If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen. The Internet didn’t get invented on its own. Government research created the Internet so that all the companies could make money off the Internet


But lets look at who else guided Obama thru the years: Frank Marshall Davis.

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Far from conjecture, Davis is cited by the Associated Press as an “important influence” on Obama, one whom he “looked to” not merely for “advice on living” but as a “father” figure.

Strangely enough—or perhaps not strange in the least—Obama himself refers to “Frank” no less than 22 times in his memoir, Dreams From My Father




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