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The actual "failier" that occurred was Willard Romney's premature "announcement" about the incident that pretty much guarantees that he will never be president, and is far from ever being ready for the position.

Turns out you where totaly wrong on this zom.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/15/us/clinto ... index.html

What a mess, they tried to cover it up by blaming a "movie", then they blamed the Romney campaign. Now Billary has to take the fall the day before the debates in hopes that it will deflect from Obamas incompetence. Can't the manchild take responsibility for anything?


http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fac ... _blog.html

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Tue May 14, 2013 10:46 am
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Nobody cares about this political sideshow.

You probably do, because you are being told that it's somehow an Important Issue.

Hope that works out for you, another thing for you to worry and be outraged about. Your masters certainly control you nicely.

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I'm sure no one cares in your arts and Croissants world zom! :lol:
Buuut, some folks do care, & some folks care about the 5 other scandals pouring out of the Chicago run white house. But I am quite sure you don't care about them either unless you can blame Bush somehow!

Anyhoo, shit stinks and prolly will till 2014, I'd say lame duck is on the menu now eh? 8)


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we all know you say some ridiculous shit, fisty.

but leave croissants out of it.

they are delicious and you are wrong.

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Leave him be in his fantasy world of "Mad Men" dress up parties.


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thosquanta wrote:
we all know you say some ridiculous shit, fisty.

but leave croissants out of it.

they are delicious and you are wrong.


I will for you Thos, as long as you lay off Iceberg lettuce.


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Leave him be in his fantasy world of "Mad Men" dress up parties.

:lol:

I like 60's style zom... not that hippy dippy stuff you like:

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The best part of the '60s was the hippie movement.
Not the square, racist, narrow minded and misogynistic world of business.

Man, you would have been a tight-ass square. Bummer! 8)


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Blarf, I knew it. Go back to your Janis Joplin twirrly dance. Munch on a hot dog too! :lol:


Thu May 16, 2013 2:29 am
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Whatever, Pat Boone.


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2fisted wrote:
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The actual "failier" that occurred was Willard Romney's premature "announcement" about the incident that pretty much guarantees that he will never be president, and is far from ever being ready for the position.

Turns out you where totaly wrong on this zom.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/15/us/clinto ... index.html

What a mess, they tried to cover it up by blaming a "movie", then they blamed the Romney campaign. Now Billary has to take the fall the day before the debates in hopes that it will deflect from Obamas incompetence. Can't the manchild take responsibility for anything?


http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fac ... _blog.html

Just a nugget for the uninformed hipster class.




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Republicans have charged that the State Department under Hillary Clinton was trying to protect itself from criticism. The White House released the real emails late Wednesday. Here's what we found when we compared them to the quotes that had been provided by Republicans.


Yep, bunch of liars. They don't care about "security" or the nation or people or anything. Just saving their own asses and keeping their cush jobs.

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Woodward: 'I Would Not Dismiss Benghazi,' Similar to Watergate

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However, the release of the emails didn't quiet the GOP furor on Capitol Hill, and investigations continued to move ahead. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, a member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said that while he applauded the release of "hand-picked emails," the White House should release all the unclassified emails.

"I want all the documents released," said Chaffetz




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Haaahaaa! zom FINALLY cares about security?!


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Of course not.

I know you're upset about the awesome gay marriage amendment like the rest of the Conservative Republicans, but do try to read more thoroughly through your homophobic tears.


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:lol: tears of laughter! zommers has to play the ol' "Gay Card" when his narrative gets busted. You are going the way of Fingerhead & Flyerguy Z!

Why don't you care about Gay Ambassador Stevens? He was sodomized by the Terrorists before they beat him to death? I thought you cared about our gay brothers yet You make light of Obama using his murder to make political points?

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The actual "failier" that occurred was Willard Romney's premature "announcement" about the incident that pretty much guarantees that he will never be president, and is far from ever being ready for the position.


& Mitt was right the whole time.


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It's cool, you can still be a Conservative Republican when the gays get married.

It's the law, don't fight it. Love is the Law!

Maybe you'll come around some day and accept this. I'm sure glad we got Dayton in office so this went through.. homophobe Emmer would never have allowed it. I know you would have been happier with a gay marriage ban but history will show this was the correct decision.


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WAR!

Obama had is "red line" crossed and now we are at WAR with Syria kids! Our peace prize prez & John Mcinsane are together fighting with Al-queda for regime change! Hurray!

oh and this: lol

http://gopthedailydose.com/2013/06/18/s ... s-for-war/


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Why can't we be more like Canada and stop going to war all the time? Cause then there would be, like, peace and groovy faces everywhere man!

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War is peace man, at this point, the US isn't in wars to win them like the good ol days. Our military is prolly incapable of waging a war now that all branches of the military have been transformed into some form of peace corp. via pc social experimentation. "Serving" now in all likelihood means hours sensitivity training.

Here's America at work in Egypt! After Obamas great victory we need to train the "Riot Police".

http://www.kcentv.com/story/22647545/ri ... l-training


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Spoken like a true Republican Chickenhawk.

You didn't have the balls or brains to enlist. Guys like you like to talk tough but are really pathetic cowards.

I'll totally admit to not joining up because I would be a terrible fit for any military service. Sign up or shut up.


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My best friend is a Marine, and when they sent him to Afghanistan he had to undergo all sorts of sensitivity training and computer infrastruction stuff. He was bummed. I think he joined because he wanted to shoot bad guys. I guess they don't do that so much anymore.

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Exactly, moral is way down in the military. Most joined up to be soldiers & defend our country. Today they are told by their leaders that they have to be nice happy social workers, and they should feel guilty for all the bad things America has done in the past. :roll:


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Spoken like a true Republican Chickenhawk.


Lijke your hero you voted for? Mr Peace prize? :lol:


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zom-zom wrote:
Spoken like a true Republican Chickenhawk.


Lijke your hero you voted for? Mr Peace prize? :lol:



Sure! And like the jerk and his entire herd of religious nutcase coward sons you voted for.
And like the majority of the Republican Coward Party. They just love sending poor clods out to be Middle-East cannon fodder while they and their privileged coward children wave flags.


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I don't think either of you has moral high ground on that issue. Both parties are war-mongering as all get out.

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I do not belong to either party and have voted according to my beliefs, not along party lines like Fisty.

FWIW I also do not like Obama. He's far from being my "hero".


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Obamas guy in Egypt over thrown, he sure knows how to pick the losers!


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CIA 'running arms smuggling team in Benghazi when consulate was attacked'
The CIA has been subjecting operatives to monthly polygraph tests in an attempt to suppress details of a US arms smuggling operation in Benghazi that was ongoing when its ambassador was killed by a mob in the city last year, according to reports.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... acked.html

Our "peace prize prez" in action!

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he may end up the first nobel winner stripped of his prize, yes.

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Why did you put that photo up? Because it's fat person? Does that make you laugh?


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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL_mEYP8N-A#at=66[/youtube]


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A massacre in Cairo

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600+ dead in Cairo, Thanks Obama! I bet his golf game improves when the death toll hits 10,000!


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—14: Number of vacation trips taken by Obama since he took office in January 2009.
—92: Number of days, all or in part, Obama has spent on vacation.

—57: Number of vacation trips taken by Bush at this same point in his presidency.
—50: Number of visits Bush made to his ranch in Crawford, Texas.
—323: Number of days, all or in part, Bush spent at the ranch.
—7: Number of trips Bush made to his family’s compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.
—26: Number of days, all or in part, Bush spent in Maine.

aaaaaaand....cue Fisty ignoring real data and posting some right wing nutjob website's skewing of the facts in
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aaaaaaand....cue Fisty ignoring real data and posting some right wing nutjob website's skewing of the facts in
5....4.....3.....2...1


Don't worry Rockula! They didn't forget the dog! :lol:

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Rooms have to be found for dozens of Secret Service agents, someone has to carry a selection of presidential basketballs, and of course the family dog needs his own state-of-the-art aircraft.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... -home.html

Back in the real world, the manchild continues to spread the incompetence....

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/08 ... e-spreads/


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as usual, Fisty counters facts with rhetoric and other facts that don't support his initial assertion

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WAR!

We are goin to WAR folks! WMD's! just like the ones Saddam had! Remember! Now all the same people that were mad at W for going to war over WMD's are now doing the SAME THING!

Haha! Code Pink chumps that voted for OBAMA! hahaha!!! :lol:


Dum doody dooo John Kerry....

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/nat ... ml?hpid=z1


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Hahaha! I was so dead on right about this! ObaMacain! :lol:


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what’s happened has been heartbreaking, but when you start talking about chemical weapons in a country that has the largest stockpile of chemical weapons in the world, where over time, their control over chemical weapons may erode, where they’re allied to known terrorist organizations that, in the past, have targeted the United States, then there is a prospect, a possibility, in which chemical weapons that can have devastating effects could be directed at us. And we want to make sure that that does not happen.


^^^ So says our current prez. ObaMacain. Damn, tbh tho, I bet W wouldn't do jack in Syria. He wouldn't have made manchild like decrees like Obama always does.


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Haha! yes, we do W. At least you knew how to win a war & show the world who was boss! lol


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"Oh, how I long for the days when liberals wailed that "the rest of the world" hated America, rather than now, when the rest of the world laughs at us. "


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Barak Obama, worst prez ever... that we & especially our victim class MTV voter base deserves.

http://swampland.time.com/2013/09/05/po ... day-vigil/

Even the KGB thug Putin is right on this one... oh well Obama... thats what happens when you use WAR to distract from your fucked up economy & retarded Obamacare mess!

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/michael ... -president

It's good to see the hipsters distract themselves from their own brainless "hope n change" by going on about Miley Cyrus and the injustice from the Sisters Camelot oppression! :lol:


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George W Bush was indeed the worst president ever.

I'm not a fan of Obama at all, but Obamacare is going to be a good thing for most people.

And fisty, if anyone is a "hipster" it's you. A sad, wrong and misguided heavy-drinking hipster.
You're a silly party boy.


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George W Bush was indeed the worst president ever.


It's zom! Tell us what you really think, that Miley is a raaaacist homophobe!

lol, Obamacare good for MOST people? Like the Govt class & the welfare class mby. It's a disaster & you love it!

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/rep ... e-obamacar
e_752709.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

http://www.gallup.com/poll/164273/payro ... ugust.aspx


I mean cmon zom, at least he's knocked your guy Carter off top worst! :lol:


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Everyone agrees, Bush Jr. was the worst president ever.


I have been checking out mnsure.com and it looks pretty good. At least Obama did one thing right.
It's going to help out a lot of uninsured/underinsured people.

It's only a "disaster" to stupid people and Republicans, same thing really. You should try to learn about things instead of repeating what your corporate/Republican masters tell you. It's un-thinking people like you that live in fear that put these idiots in power, they're screwing you and you can't even see that.


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Minnesoatas best job creator, healthcare business is being ruined thx to Obamacare. & idiots Klobachar & Franken signed on to it, then they both tried to back track on their stupid moves.

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Yes, the world agrees that the idiot Bush will go down as world's worst US president.


Yes, looking forward to October so I can find decent healthcare at a good price. That will be nice.
Lots of people I know are going to be insured, finally. It's a good thing.


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And here, your brain-dead hero Reagan sold the shit to Syria:


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“We have said as a responsible nation that the use of chemical weapons is prohibited,” Ros-Lehtinen said. ”It is against the norms of international standards and to let something like this go unanswered, I think will weaken our resolve. I know that President Reagan would have never let this happen.”
Except that Ronald Reagan let exactly that happen, repeatedly, when Saddam Hussein used chemical weapons in the 1980s. But there’s more.
“Ronald Reagan didn’t just look the other way when Saddam used chemical weapons–he sold the stuff to Saddam,” said MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell in his Rewrite segment on Thursday. “The President of the United States was Saddam Hussein’s drug dealer.”
O’Donnell cited a 2002 Washington Post article by Michael Dodd that found “the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush authorized the sale to Iraq of numerous items that had both military and civilian applications, including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague.”


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Yes, the world agrees that the idiot Bush will go down as world's worst US president.


Yes, looking forward to October so I can find decent healthcare at a good price. That will be nice.
Lots of people I know are going to be insured, finally. It's a good thing.



Really? Get that job yet so you can buy it? :-?


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And here, your brain-dead hero Reagan sold the shit to Syria:


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“We have said as a responsible nation that the use of chemical weapons is prohibited,” Ros-Lehtinen said. ”It is against the norms of international standards and to let something like this go unanswered, I think will weaken our resolve. I know that President Reagan would have never let this happen.”
Except that Ronald Reagan let exactly that happen, repeatedly, when Saddam Hussein used chemical weapons in the 1980s. But there’s more.
“Ronald Reagan didn’t just look the other way when Saddam used chemical weapons–he sold the stuff to Saddam,” said MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell in his Rewrite segment on Thursday. “The President of the United States was Saddam Hussein’s drug dealer.”
O’Donnell cited a 2002 Washington Post article by Michael Dodd that found “the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush authorized the sale to Iraq of numerous items that had both military and civilian applications, including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague.”


So Bush WASN'T lying about WMDs in Iraq, I told you so. 8)


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Yes it was a lie.

Your heroes are all liars and cowards.


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Yes it was a lie.

Your heroes are all liars and cowards.


But, at least I'm right, and you... are wrong again. 8)


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You should have worn a helmet.


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I thank GOD every night that TCpunk is still up n running. It's a wholesale treat to read just how wrong you (and a few others) where about WMDs, Bush, Obama the economy ect... 6+ years ago. But I DO appreciate you still trying! *hugs*!


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You are the lone crazyman voice of stupidity.

Sometimes I feel sorry for you. :cry:


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Post Re: Egypt, Libia, Syria Unrest
Yes, lefties create the best humor.


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Post Re: Egypt, Libia, Syria Unrest
when is this war gonna start, anyway?

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Post Re: Egypt, Libia, Syria Unrest
thosquanta wrote:
when is this war gonna start, anyway?


I'd imagine after we get our eco friendly bomb stock piles big enough?


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Post Re: Egypt, Libia, Syria Unrest
Amazing that a dictator was convinced to give up his chemical weapons peacefully and the conservatives call it a defeat.
I guess they'd rather have us destroy their government and then stay there for 10 years to clean up the mess
Sounds like the party of fiscal responsibility to me
Didn't you assholes learn what happened the last time we did that?

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