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Caught In A Bold Face Lie ... And Still Lying - Benghazi by cliffw
Started on: 05-01-2014 11:28 PM
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Report this Post05-07-2014 11:29 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Red88FFSend a Private Message to Red88FFEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by MadMark:


Ah yes another low information liberal. Nothing to say other than an ad hominem attack. Way to go you just got several point on the Huffington Post attack screen.



And he refers to a written post as speaking and claims others here are loud?

Did I miss some new fangled software update for the live PFF interactive version

Sorry but I have to go now, back in time and shoot babies in their strollers. according to Bonzo
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Originally posted by 82-T/A [At Work]:
So, no where did I say that; however, CONSERVATIVE free-market values will and DO work. There is actual proof, working proof, and historical proof that shows a free-market system will succeed every time. America did not get to where it is today because of Keynesian economic policies... it got to where it was because of free-market capitalism. The Republican party, generally speaking, does tout these values. It's when you get corrupt individuals in office who nudge croney-capitalism. At the very worst, it is still better than the Democrat philosophy of socialism. Once in a blue-moon... you get someone like John F. Kennedy who supports free-market capitalism. Even individuals like Bill Clinton who are willing to work across the isle to support a free-market society (with reduced federal spending). But when you get people like FDR, Carter, Obama... you see what the REAL root of the Democrat party's ideology is... and that is control.


what total BS
your nut-con's have caused the last two depressions in 1929 and in 08
markets don't know best they bubble and crash
Keynesian is better the haitian economic policy you advocate AKA THE AUSTRIAN SCHOOL
trickly down failed
free trade failed [china got the jobs]
lol curve failed
dereg = de-pression BIG FAIL
markets do not know best BIG FAIL
2nd iraq war BIG FAIL
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Originally posted by 1988holleyformula:
So here's me, not pleading the fiz-ifth...



 
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Originally posted by 82-T/A [At Work]:
They believe that... if just given enough chance, THIS time will be different... it HAS to work... so because they believe so strongly about so much that isn't true... they're willing to go to any means


 
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Originally posted by 1988holleyformula:

^Does this remind anyone else of the War on Drugs/Rickady88GT?? Is that more of a liberal or conservative thing Todd? Or does this issue not concern you like the abortion one you brushed off earlier?



Can you tell me why this was said? Because it does not remind me of anything, and I am the one you called out by name?

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Originally posted by ray b:


what total BS
your nut-con's have caused the last two depressions in 1929 and in 08
markets don't know best they bubble and crash
Keynesian is better the haitian economic policy you advocate AKA THE AUSTRIAN SCHOOL
trickly down failed
free trade failed [china got the jobs]
lol curve failed
dereg = de-pression BIG FAIL
markets do not know best BIG FAIL
2nd iraq war BIG FAIL


Like Neptune, your posts indicate that you too are......

an idiot.

Thanks for posting and reinforcing my observation.

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Originally posted by Taijiguy:

Clearly, therein I stated BOTH SIDES. So you tell me, which is it, are you dishonest, or did you not read the entire post? And do I call it like I see it? You betcha. Especially if someone is going to lie about something I said, or didn't say. Most people recognize it and accept responsibility when I call them on their BS. Don't blame me just because I pointed out your inappropriate action.


You're confusing me being "dishonest", "inappropriate", or ill-informed with me criticizing your double standard. Do you not see it? Our political system is gridlocked and failing not because of evil republicans or evil democrats, its because of a polarized, low-information electorate that willfully does not see and understand the opposing side's viewpoints.

 
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And by the way, Johnson got about 3% of the vote, and those were primarily at Romney's expense, not Obama's. Which just further supports my statement about conservatives bailing on the GOP.


Johnson got more GOP votes than Democrat votes because Johnson's views were more closely aligned with Romney's. Johnson ran as a republican in the primary and lost if that serves as an indication.

Besides, 3%? Romney got 47.2% of the popular vote. That just proves MY point that most conservatives continue to stick with the status quo, just like democrats.
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Holy crap. The title of this thread is so apropos. You've been caught being blatantly dishonest in how you quoted me, and even still you want to try to deflect or mislead. Wow, the party taught you well.
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I hope they spend millions of dollars and get to the bottom of this.
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Originally posted by TK:
I hope they spend millions of dollars and get to the bottom of this.

Meh ... the U.S. Pays $1.2 Billion Daily in interest payments on our national debt.
I hope they tie up all their time so they can't frack anything else up.
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Originally posted by cliffw:

Meh ... the U.S. Pays $1.2 Billion Daily in interest payments on our national debt.
I hope they tie up all their time so they can't frack anything else up.


$1.2B. You win!
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Originally posted by olejoedad:


Like Neptune, your posts indicate that you too are......

an idiot.

Thanks for posting and reinforcing my observation.


typical far rightwing post
no facts
no nothing
don't like my facts
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an insult results
no other contribution

btw my IQ is 130
I retired at 50

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Originally posted by ray b:


typical far rightwing post
no facts
no nothing
don't like my facts
so
an insult results
no other contribution

btw my IQ is 130
I retired at 50


You retired when your IQ was 50? Wow.
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You retired when your IQ was 50? Wow.


Water out the nose!!! I still believe he should have held at 50.
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You retired when your IQ was 50? Wow.


Should have quit while he was ahead. That's what hanging out in a room full of liberals will do to you. 80 point drop is average.
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Originally posted by ray b:


typical far rightwing post
no facts
no nothing
don't like my facts
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an insult results
no other contribution

btw my IQ is 130
I retired at 50


Not meant as an insult, simply a critical analysis of your comments over the past several years.

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Report this Post05-09-2014 01:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for cliffwClick Here to Email cliffwSend a Private Message to cliffwEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Utter bullzhit. Now the Dumbs are whining about the Select Committee. First they wanted equal representation on the panel ... when Nancy never allowed that. Now I am hearing the familiar allegation ... racist, war on women, for the rich/against the poor, the Repugs are playing politics, .
If you don't like the game, get out of politics, . That's what both sides of the isle do. They are politicians ... hello ?
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Talk about an azz whuppin' ...

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