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Obama is being blocked again, by his own party.

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Senate Republicans tried to make Democrats hold a quick vote on President Obama's jobs-stimulus bill Tuesday, but were blocked by Senate Majority Harry Reid, the Nevada Democrat who is sponsoring Mr. Obama's bill but who said other matters take priority.

I thought Obama wanted everyone to pass this bill right now? Why would his own party block a vote in something that the President says is so urgent and important?

Mr. Obama has traveled the country calling for Congress to pass his plan immediately — including most recently Tuesday afternoon in Texas — but the tax increases included in his bill are opposed by Republicans and even many tarjeta gráfica para PC

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The left can always be counted on to support treason. If anyone ever wonders why we have come to the logical conclusion that many lefties hate the USA, this disurbing image should clear things up.

In a thread below, Bart responded by stating that the Anti-Strib will call a conservative out, if they feel the person is in the wrong. Ron Paul was mentioned by name.

In the majority of cases, I totally agree with Ron Paul and am glad he is speaking his mind on fiscal issues. In my mind, I occasionally weigh supporting him in the primary. However, there's the occasional foreign policy comment that convinces me otherwise. Below is one example.

Another example is the 9-11 troof-ers. Although Paul is not a truther himself, he does attract a great deal of troofers. I want no association with these ideas, and it's enough to sway me away from Ron Paul.

Here is your chance to vent about the current and past Democratic presidents.

I despise Barry O'Dumbfuck for his arrogance and ignorance. The man couldn't run a Dairy Queen, let alone the USA. The people that worship this moron are truly stupid people.

Bill Clinton is a narcissistic scumbag that ruined more than a few women's lives. Monica Lewinsky was a sex toy to him, her life will never be normal thanks to this pervert. Kathleen Wiley, Juanita Broderick, Jennifer Flowers and a host of other women were abused and molested by this man. The fact that people don't boo him off the stage is a sorry statement on our society.

Joke heard over darts last night

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An illegal alien, a communist and a Muslim walk in to a bar.

The Bartender says "What can I get you Mr. impresora laser

There wasn't one person there that didn't think this was funny.

Despite increases in gun sales, gun crimes continued to decrease in the United States for the fourth straight year in 2010, according to the FBI.

The FBI recently released its Crime in The United States statistics for 2010. Overall, murders in the U.S. have decreased steadily since 2006, dropping from 15,087 to 12,996. Firearms murders — which made up 67 percent of all murders in the U.S. in 2010 — have followed this zapatillas con ruedas, decreasing by 14 percent.

A morning in the life of an average American.

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The average American wakes up dry, warm bed in a temperature controlled home that he owns. He gets up and showers in hot and cold running drinking water and thinks nothing of what happens to the mejor radiador de aceite as it heads down the drain. He then walks into his closet and picks from a wide variety of shirts, pants, shoes, socks and underwear all clean from the washer and dryer in his home. He then heads down to the kitchen to the refrigerator to have some fresh cold Wisconsin milk with his Columbian coffee and Brazilian banana.

After breakfast he goes out to his heated garage and drives his late model automobile on paved roads to termostato. He walks from his car to his climate controlled office, sits down in front of his flat panel monitor docked to his laptop and accesses the internet.

The real story behind "Green Jobs"

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Despite the growing Solyndra scandal, yesterday the Department of Energy approved $1 billion in new loans to green energy companies -- including a $737 million loan guarantee to a company known as SolarReserve:

SolarReserve LLC, a closely held renewable Navegador para coche developer, received a $737 million U.S. Energy Department loan guarantee to build a solar-thermal project in Nevada.

The 110-megawatt Crescent Dunes project, near Tonopah, Nevada, will use the sun’s heat to create steam that drives a turbine, the agency said today in a e-mailed statement. SolarReserve is based in Santa Monica, California.


What passes for logic on the left

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Janeane Garofalo: "Herman Cain is probably well liked by some of the Republicans because it hides the racist elements of the Republican party. Conservative movement and tea party movement, one in the same.

"People like Karl Rove liked to keep the racism very covert. And so Herman Cain provides this great opportunity say you can say 'Look, this is not a racist, anti-immigrant, anti-female, anti-gay movement. Look we have a black man.'"

Ok, let me see if I get this straight. Republicans are racists so they support Cain to hide thier racism?  Does this make sense to trituradoras de papel comparativa?

I know that morons like Janeane are incapable of changing their position no matter what data is presented to them, but can't the rest of the left just admit that the right hates Obama for being a lefty? It has nothing to do with Obama's race.

What would you do?

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Jokin' wrote:

"Seriously, that ex-MN simpleton, Thomas Friedman got the ball rolling by publicly sharing his own personal wet-dream- imagining- having the authoritarian power of the Chinese Communists- for just one day- to right all the "wrong" in America."

So what would you do, for the USA--not for you arroceras, if you had absolute power for a day. I would wager that a libertarian would do a few things dramatically differently than someone on the far left.

I think I would start by repealing the 16th and 17th amendments--both of which would remove power from the federal government; reinstitute a gold standard--removing power from the Federal Reserve; disband a few federal neveras portatiles electricas a shitload of federal employees; outlaw or curtail a few government unions; institute a 2 consecutive term limit for federal offices; just to name a few things

You can't make this shit up

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Democrats know that 2012 is going to be a bloodbath for Democrats. They could try to come up with a message that appeals to picadora de carne barata, or they could do this.

As a way to solve the national debt crisis, North Carolina Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue recommends suspending Congressional elections for the next couple of years.

“I think we ought to suspend, perhaps, elections for Congress for two years and just tell them we won’t hold it against them, whatever decisions they make, to just let them help this country recover,” Perdue said at a rotary club event in Cary, North Carolina, according to the Raleigh News and Observer. “I really hope that someone can agree with me on that.”

The party is over

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Liberals are fighting a headwind that few of them even recognize. The Baby Boomers are getting older, retiring, spending less and making less. They are also using more government programs like Medicare and Social Security.

With millions of Baby Boomers entering or nearing retirement in the coming years, a three-decade old pattern of consumer spending is likely to change microondas baratos, as disposable income not only declines but shifts from discretionary areas such as retail to more essential ones like health care.

The aging population will make it more difficult to grow consumer spending the way the U.S. did in the 1990s, or anytime since World War II.

Police Commissioner Kelly can Shoot down an Air Plane

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There is just something so very wrong with this statement.

Commissioner Ray Kelly tells CBS' "60 Minutes" that after the Sept. 11 attacks, he decided the city couldn't rely on the federal government alone. He set about creating the NYPD's own counter-terrorism unit. He says the department is prepared for multiple scenarios and could even take down a plane”

Minnesota's budget mess continues to smack the state with bad news.

On Friday, Standard and Poor's bond rating agency downgraded the state's grade from AAA to AA+. The agency, one of three big ratings firms, was the last to hold Minnesota's rating as perfect and now licuadoras is gone.

The Obamanation

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Long lines formed early Monday morning outside state Department of Social Services field offices, as low-income residents sought one-time payments for losses incurred during Tropical Storm Irene.

Proving Morgan Freeman wrong

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Herman Cain pulled off an upset win over Texas Gov. Rick Perry at the Presidency 5 Straw Poll in Orlando, Fla., today gaining 37 percent of the 2,657 votes after wooing Florida Republican delegates with a series of strong speeches at CPAC and P5.

“Thank you to the Republican voters for this incredible honor of being named the winner of the Presidency 5 straw poll in Florida today,” Cain said in a statement. “This is a sign of our growing momentum and my candidacy that cannot be ignored. I will continue to share my message of ‘common sense solutions’ across this country and look forward to spending more time in mejor campana extractora del 2016, a critical state for both the nomination and the general election.”

The Bikini

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I didn't know that the early bikini had a MN colchon viscoelastico barato.

Finally, the modern bikini was introduced by French engineer Louis Réard and fashion designer Jacques Heim in Paris in 1946. Réard was a car engineer but by 1946 he was running his mother's lingerie boutique near Les Folies Bergères in Paris.[21] Heim was lijadoras orbitales on a new kind of beach costume. It comprised two pieces, the bottom large enough to cover its wearer's navel. In May 1946, he advertised it as the world's "smallest bathing suit". Réard named his swimsuit the "bikini", taking the name from the Bikini Atoll, one of a series of islands in the South Pacific where testing on the new atomic bomb was occurring that summer. Historians assume Reard termed his swimsuit the "bikini" because he believed its revealing style would create reactions among people similar to those created by America’s atomic bomb in Japan just one summer earlier.[22] Réard sliced the top off the bottoms and advertised it as "smaller than the smallest swimsuit".[23][24] Réard could not find a model to wear his design. He ended up hiring Micheline Bernardini, a nude dancer from the Casino de Paris.[25] That bikini, a string bikini with a g-string back of 30 square inches (194 cm2) of cloth with cortasetos baratos type printed across, was barbacoas  on July 5 at Piscine Molitor, a public pool in Paris.[17][26] Heim's design was the first worn on the beach, but clothing was given its name by Réard.[6]

Blood on the Mayor Rybak's hands

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A last-minute compromise Friday between Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and the City Council spared four of the 10 firefighters facing layoffs as the result of the strained city budget.

The council had tried to save all 10 firefighter jobs using one-time funds, but its attempt to override Rybak's veto of its proposal fell one vote short Friday hidrolimpiadoras.

One position that did not get cut was the bicycle and alpargatas baratas coordinator, which Council President Barb Johnson tried to eliminate. Her proposal failed 11-2.

Keynesian wealth destruction

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One of the most odoriferous tenants of Keynesian economics is asinine idea that any government spending creates wealth. Here is a story that shows how poorly run government programs actually destroy wealth.

Shortly after taking proyector, President Barack Obama defended the weatherization portion of the stimulus bill in a February 2009 CBS interview, saying it would immediately put people back to work, reduce energy costs and lay the groundwork for future energy independence.

In total, the stimulus program allocated about $5 billion to the cause of home weatherization, outfitting homes with the latest green technology in order to reduce energy compresor de aire.

What sort of dope is Barry smoking?

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In one of the least needed reassurances in modern political history, President Obama's top political man David Plouffe, "told Democrats late last week that the White House would not suffer from overconfidence. 'What I don't want to suggest is that we're sitting around and thinking everything is great,' he said."

With the White House's own economists predicting 9 percent or worse unemployment on Election Day, the president at about 39 percent job approval, college grads unable to find jobs, a quarter of American homes under water, no credible White House policy or strategy for changing things -- and with most non-institutionalized Americans convinced we are in a recession that is going to get much worse -- it is surpassing odd that Plouffe was worried that his fellow Democrats might think the president and his men mejor placa base del 2016  everything to be hunky-dory.

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