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RodT82721

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  • July 31, 2014 at 10:15am

    A Judgement by some judge will have as much effect as those Congressional contempt charges they laid on AG Eric Holder, none. This administration has declared they have supreme power and no one can do anything about it.
    Impeachment is the Constitutional approved remedy, but that is no longer a viable solution, since today Congress no longer hold office to protect their constituents. Today Congress exist to protect the party and their seats. Nothing passed by Congress in the past decade was to improve the Nation, everything is to help some lobbyist.
    The only remedy the House has today is the power of the purse, but that requires the members to take responsibility for their actions.
    This lawsuit is a way to make someone else be responsible for stopping a some of the corruption, it’s not going to work.
    No one wants that burden today, so the tax payers suffer for voting these clowns into office.

  • [19] July 29, 2014 at 11:34am

    This is a perfect example of why 535 massive egos, with little to no experience in anything but selling snake oil, should be sent packing.
    It’s not enough to pay Federal union workers an average of five times the equivalent private sector pay, now the unaccountable agencies have to pay out millions in bonuses to get their union workers to do the job they are supposed to do.
    After all it’s just tax money they are wasting.

  • July 29, 2014 at 11:26am

    Just one more problem that the Fair Tax would eliminate.
    This, like the gay marriage push, all about tax breaks for the selected winners. No one likes to be a loser, not even the atheist.
    Get rid of our massive waivers, tax credits, exceptions that Congress has used over the years to buy votes and favors, that is our current tax code and it’s now corrupt IRS and most of these problems go away too.
    Today the code is used more to control the behavior of citizens, then funding the legitimate government functions.

  • July 28, 2014 at 12:02pm

    I wonder if Mr. Wallace understands that the House is made up of 435 elected legislators? I now, the Democrats always vote as one, but the GOP doesn’t.
    This question, to a single member, was not only foolish, it was the media does all the time.
    Take a subject they want to push, “impeachment” and demand someone say what they want them to say.
    All while the media-matters folks, the left’s talking points generators, are recording every utterance to turn into a troll sound bit to carry to every conservative site on the internet.
    It’s like the infamous polling of Congress. It’s in the single digits they cry.
    Yet the rate of re-election is over 90%.
    Sometimes everything isn’t as black and white as our media liars want us to think. I can remember when the media actually reported the news, instead of trying to make it.

  • [4] July 28, 2014 at 11:50am

    Mr. Will might notice that Barry’s Federal government hacks are in charge of dispersing the illegals, not the law of averages.
    While computing the total counties compared to the number of illegals might sound good, these illegals are being used as weapons by the administration to get even with political enemies, not spread equally throughout our vast lands. Instead bussed in at night without notice.
    Just another weapon for the messiah to use to help dingy Harry hang onto his cat bird seat.

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 11:43am

    Once the story reaches the late night comics, it’s fact. Alinsky was right.
    Makes no difference that it was all a parody to the millions of low information folks the left relies on to keep their polling positive.
    Have you seen any of those Waters, or man on the street interviews?

  • [1] July 28, 2014 at 11:36am

    This is what happens when those 535 over paid elected legislators turn their authority to write our laws over to the administration and their political hacks.
    It’s to late to point fingers, we are stuck with his mess until the voters clean out the Congress.
    After a dozen 9:0 SCOTUS slap downs, this messiah is increasing his lawlessness. He knows that no one in DC is going to do anything about it.
    Judges can declare him unconstitutional, but so what?
    After all he is the law now.

  • July 27, 2014 at 11:24am

    Hate is just to easy to implant in uninformed people. The anti-Semites have been preaching hate forever, and in the Arab world they start out as soon as the young child can communicate. Hate is on their mind 24/7 – 365. It’s a part of their religion.
    Actually unreasonable hate, that you can find in this article’s comments. Hate for the sake of hating, no other real reason.
    We are getting more of this here now. Since the anointment of a Marxist in the White House, the use of hate as a weapon to win elections has become their number one tool. It’s used in their smear campaigns. A lot easier then coming up with any facts. As an example of the hate -
    People voicing their intense hate for the tea party, a bunch of citizen tax payers, demanding better use of their tax money, have been turned into evil, racist, enemies, by the media and the left. All because they don’t agree with them and also want more of their tax money.

  • July 27, 2014 at 11:10am

    So the unskilled labor are joining a union to get more money for their unskilled labor. That should work like every other union endeavor, in failure.
    The thing about unskilled labor, it really isn’t in that much demand. Anyone can do it, even illegals.

    If these were skilled workers, they would know you have to have the Congress passing laws to make your demands become Federal laws. That’s how unions get their wants filled by their elected Democrats, however it does cost the unions about $500 Million every election cycle in campaign funds to help their Democrats get into or stay in office. (That comes from the members dues…)

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  • [1] July 26, 2014 at 12:21pm

    Torture! So what is torture? It’s whatever the person speaking says it is. We no longer have a definitive description of what torture is. That way it can be whatever we want it to be, for political purposes.
    Now here we have our old war hero John McCain, rushing to the camera to get his opinion on tape for his next campaign.
    Like Jesse Jackson, one never wants to get between John and the TV cameras.

    It’s impossible to kill people without causing pain. How much seems to be the issue.
    Any more then it’s possible to wage a war without killing people, but the faint at heart, and always offended are always looking for some way to do it, no matter how much it cost and who it hurts.
    I say bring back the guillotine, or do what the peace loving Muslims enjoy, cut off the heads of offenders with a rusty knife.

  • [1] July 26, 2014 at 12:11pm

    Now that our benevolent Federal government is not in charge of our health care but is paying for over half the citizen’s care, they will need to be checking out our diets. Doing tests like this to prove we must only eat, Federal approved foods.
    In the new progressive USA no one is smart enough to eat correctly, without the Feds instructions. Julieas all.

  • [1] July 26, 2014 at 11:56am

    The reason we have 535 elected representatives in Congress, is to provide some debate and access to our government by all the citizens. From sea to shining sea, not just Chicago.
    When the Marxist in the White House goes it alone, we get only one man’s opinion. And as the recent past 5+ years has shown Obama is not the brightest bulb in the string.

  • [5] July 25, 2014 at 11:36am

    What’s so surprising about Hillary out to protect her only supposed accomplishment after 4 years of traveling the globe? She has always been a liar, so this isn’t new.
    Our dear leader tours the universities, in our very expensive jet, telling of his great money saving achievement, Obamacare.
    Not so much unlike the Hamas spinners, crying their crocodile tears for all those poor murdered civilians, the put in harms way.
    They all know the media will spread their lies.

  • [21] July 25, 2014 at 11:30am

    This is considered progress in our social justice world today.
    Finally someone has come up with a light bulb that looks and acts almost like the old light bulb that cost about $0.25, and it’s ONLY $10.00 each.
    By the way has our fear of climate change been lessened by the outlaw of a light bulb that had been around for 100 years, and did what it was supposed to do, for very little cost?
    It seems to me the constant drum beat from the progressive climate protectors, has gotten louder instead of less.
    Saving us from our climate is turning into a very expensive scheme.

  • [4] July 25, 2014 at 11:12am

    Does this mean that the sun might have more to do with the Earths climate then our SUVs?

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  • [5] July 25, 2014 at 11:08am

    I watched a few minutes of that display last night, but I can only take a few seconds of that type of propaganda. The pro Hamas Muslim uses the same technique used by Juan Williams and Alan Combs, always defending Obama on Fox.
    The game is to take an unreasonable example and ignore everything else, to make your point.

    In the case of the Hamas promoters, it’s the horror of the dying children, but they ignore the fact that it’s Hamas the put the kids there to get killed.
    This is how all progressives debate, liberals, Democrats, Muslims, they simply lie.

  • [1] July 25, 2014 at 10:58am

    So just what is the difference between Mark Levin and Carl Rove?
    They are both preaching to their respective choirs. Hoping to convince people to vote the way they want them to vote. And they both make a very nice living doing it.

    Fox gets a lot of blame for reporting or allowing both to be heard. Not something you will find on MSNBC.
    It’s up to the voters to research the candidates and vote for the least corrupt. It’s to bad it’s just to much to ask voters today.
    Instead they vote how someone tells them to vote and we get corrupt snake oil salesman running our lives. Unfortunately the late night comics have more influence then either Rove or Mark.

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  • [6] July 23, 2014 at 11:46am

    After only a little over 7 years, of the progressives in charge of our once great Nation, it’s now a crime to take a picture of an attacking jack-booted government lackey.
    This is progress in the wrong direction IMHO.

  • [9] July 23, 2014 at 11:38am

    The world wide anti-Semite hate is just another example of how well the media can instill hate into the masses with their lies. This has been going on since long before WWII, and look how well it works.
    When the haters like Hamas can attack and then whine the attacked are hitting back, and get the sympathy of the mobs, the preaching of hate has been successful.
    Let’s ask the social media who’s right here, shall we ????

  • [3] July 23, 2014 at 11:26am

    Oh no, another surprise!!!
    Guess what, when there’s no accountability anywhere in the Federal government now. Who will stop it?
    The entire Federal work force has been turned over to progressive unions, that are always looking for more money for less work, from the tax payers. Gov employees now earn 4-5 times the private sector.
    This test of the system, proved what everyone knows, no one cares, it’s not their money.
    Those 535 elected and supposed protectors of the tax payers and the government, are at the top of list for those that don’t care. Our elected reps are all there to get theirs too.
    It’s not that no one knows the problem, it’s that no one cares to change it.
    Washington DC is now the richest area in our once great Nation.

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