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Dems: Patriot Act Best Thing Since Sliced Bread
September 16, 2009
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Despite promises made during the campaign that he would [review] the most intrusive portions of the PATRIOT Act, President Barack Obama’s Justice Department today is calling for Congress to extend all three expiring provisions, though they were “willing to consider” civil rights protections “as long as they don’t weaken” the president’s powers under the act.

Yep, suddenly the liberals must love the Patriot Act. Or maybe a cat's got their tongue. 🙄

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September 17, 2009
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Not crying out for attention here but I'm a little surprised no one had any comment on this. Doesn't the irony make you sick?

1. O'Bama got elected on the premise that he would reverse everything Bush was doing; only to in many cases, support Bush policy (see Gitmo, Patriot Act, troop surges, etc.)

2. The Liberals for the most part have done just what you would expect; fall completely silent on these formerly red-hot, burning issues.

I don't know which irony/double standard is worse but it sure exposes the true nature of many. Numerous passionate cases against Bush were just the product of shameless, trumped-up, fake outrage. 🙄

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October 21, 2009
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hmmm... change, don't you love it.

wait, thats all I have in my pocket

October 24, 2009
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Those 2 words, "fake outrage" is the most succinct and proper definition I can think of for the Bush-bashing Obama administration supporters.

*disclaimer*
I'm not suggesting all Bush-bashers are Obama supporters. I'm calling out only those people who pretended to be outraged at things Bush did, but don't have a single word to say now that Obama is continuing Bush policy on so many fronts.

And by the way nemesis, the fact that you have some change in your pocket may appear to the onlookers that you made a profit off of something. I wouldn't admit to having a single penny in public or you may end up getting a knock on your door from the torch carrying "social and economic justice" mob. Just remember: Profit is evil.

Just stay quiet and you'll be fine. You've been warned.

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October 26, 2009
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Sorry, it just doesn't surprise me. I didn't vote for Obama and tried to talk people out of it. I voted for Baldwin.

Have you seen this video, seven lies in five minutes? Everything that came out of Obama's mouth was a lie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UErR7i2o ... r_embedded

Anyone up for another teaparty and forcing the politicians to follow the rule of law, AKA the Constitution? 😉 😎

Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen... - Zbigniew Brezhinsky

October 27, 2009
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"frrostedman" wrote: Those 2 words, "fake outrage" is the most succinct and proper definition I can think of for the Bush-bashing Obama administration supporters.

*disclaimer*
I'm not suggesting all Bush-bashers are Obama supporters. I'm calling out only those people who pretended to be outraged at things Bush did, but don't have a single word to say now that Obama is continuing Bush policy on so many fronts.

And by the way nemesis, the fact that you have some change in your pocket may appear to the onlookers that you made a profit off of something. I wouldn't admit to having a single penny in public or you may end up getting a knock on your door from the torch carrying "social and economic justice" mob. Just remember: Profit is evil.

Just stay quiet and you'll be fine. You've been warned.

You might have a look at the " WHORES " video I posted: That which is understood need not be discussed-therefore the lack of interest in Obama and His ' WELL YOU SAID THIS BUT YOU'RE GONNA DO THIS "

He's a puppet for the PTB just as Bush was only Bush and his Family actually have a seat at that table. 😉

Bring Em Home Cole

October 27, 2009
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Cole and nesaie, I certainly wouldn't include you in the fake outrage group. Just about all of them have left the BV. 💡 😕

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October 27, 2009
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A guest on a talk show I watched last night said (paraphrased), "For better or for worse, the public deserves the administration it puts into power."

It's obvious, but yet it was kind of chilling when I heard it.

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October 28, 2009
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"frrostedman" wrote: Cole and nesaie, I certainly wouldn't include you in the fake outrage group. Just about all of them have left the BV. 💡 😕

Are you trying to get cole and nesaie in your circle jerk, Frostyflakeman?

Do you really need their help ❓

Laugh

October 28, 2009
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Something is very wrong with you MS. And it pains me to say that because a trollette like you thrives on whatever attention it can get, good or bad.

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