Dudes and Dudettes…seems it’s never-ending with the circular firing squad from the so-called republican side of the aisle. These dolts have been, and still are, part of our major problems in the past up to this very day. There are plenty of others but I’ll just mention three of them in this post. One other item I want to mention…at the end of this post there will be words from Mark Levin who sums it up in a nutshell…especially when it comes to Karl Rove.

First up, here’s some words of wisdom from our fearless leader in the House. – This is via TH:

Speaker John Boehner said Thursday he was “confident” Republicans could agree to a comprehensive immigration reform bill.

Boehner (R-Ohio) made the comment in an interview with ABC News, released two days after President Obama’s decisive reelection victory over Mitt Romney.

Obama’s win was fueled by Hispanic voters, who made up a larger portion of the electorate than they did four years ago and voted overwhelmingly for Obama. The president won Latino voters by 44 points, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.

The defeat and those figures have triggered a round of soul-searching by Republicans.

Boehner offered optimism that his party could come to an agreement with Obama on immigration, a subject that has hurt the GOP with Hispanic voters.

“This issue has been around far too long,” Boehner said in the ABC interview. “A comprehensive approach is long overdue, and I’m confident that the president, myself, others can find the common ground to take care of this issue once and for all.”

Boehner says much more included in this video…if you can stomach it. ~

Next we have words of wisdom according to only her, that being Peggy Noonan. – This is via DC:

In an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday, former Ronald Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan said Mitt Romney’s sound defeat last Tuesday actually provided the Republican Party with a “promising moment” to change and broaden its demographic appeal.

“A lot of Americans don’t like the Republican Party as they currently perceive it — its attitudes, its way of dealing with people. It seems to me this is a very promising moment for Republicans. … We have a lot of people who agree with conservative values, but it wasn’t reflected in the voting the other day. I think the party should take this opportunity to change itself in many ways. One of the things that must change is its public face and its attitude. And, yes, of course, it should move forward on immigration.”

Noonan said Election Day had been a “shock” to the Republican establishment.

“Yeah, well, one of the things I think I am seeing is that the Republican establishment in Washington and the establishments wherever they exist in the country — they took a shock,” Noonan said. “They are somewhat concussed. However, the base itself has been shocked and is somewhat concussed. And I think sometimes at moments of shock you can look at yourself and you can say there are ways I need change. So I actually consider this promising in some ways.”

“It can move forward things in a good way. I think the tea party is going to have to look at itself. It’s been so helpful to the Republican Party in the past. It saved it by not going third party in 2010, helping the Republicans sweep the House. But the tea party style of rage is not one that wins over converts and makes people lean towards them and say, ‘I want to listen to you.’ I think a friendly persuasion has to begin now from the Republican Party to people of the United States.”

Then there’s always the clueless wunderkind…Bill Kristol. – This is via DC:

Add Bill Kristol to the list of conservatives that think the Republican Party should reconsider its way forward after last week’s election loss.

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” the Weekly Standard editor made that suggestion and said the GOP should even be open to raising taxes as part of that.

“The leadership in the Republican Party and the leadership in the conservative movement has to pull back, let people float new ideas,” Kristol said. “Let’s have a serious debate. Don’t scream and yell when one person says, ‘You know what? It won’t kill the country if we raise taxes a little bit on millionaires.’ It really won’t, I don’t think.”

Kristol went on to argue that falling “on its sword” to defend millionaires isn’t exactly something that is politically worthwhile.

“I don’t really understand why Republicans don’t take Obama’s offer to freeze taxes for everyone below $250,000 — make it $500,000, make it a million,” Kristol continued. “Really? The Republican Party is going to fall on its sword to defend a bunch of millionaires, half of whom voted Democratic and half of them live in Hollywood?”

Now friends…late yesterday afternoon yours truly caught Mark Levin mincing no words about much of this…and he really laid into Karl Rove, which is well-deserved and I, for one, totally agree with him. What he said is too long to post here with all I’ve already posted above…so, please read and watch this.

Mark Levin to Karl Rove: ‘Get the hell off the stage already, will you pal?’ –

Via my viewfinder in life the three dolts I mentioned above are part of problem…not the solution! They’re nothing but turncoat RINOs…always have been, always will be! – What say you?

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  1. I had it wrong before. It won’t be republicans vs libertarians. It will be democrats vs libertarians.

    Time to kill the gop. Never vote for anyone of them again.

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    • After what happened in my state…let alone the presidential choice, I told my hubby I was done voting. Something better has to come along or I, at this time…have had my fill, said I was done voting. – Time will tell. ~

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  2. Is there really anything left to say?

    This Obama/Republican show is going collapse like a cheap card table in a Bankok whorehouse.

    The purge of the Generals is just another WaterGate level crisis
    One of 15 or so.

    Related to Petraeus Affair, Michael Savage on how Hitler disposed of problematic hero generals

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NByOC7se26k

    Election Fraud? Obama Won More Than 99 Percent Of The Vote In More Than 100 Ohio Precincts

    Barack Obama received more than 99% of the vote in more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio on election day. In fact, there were a substantial number of precincts where Mitt Romney got exactly zero votes. So how in the world did this happen? Third world dictators don’t even get 99% of the vote

    http://endoftheamericandream.com/

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    • Edtudo…

      I’ve read all of what you speak of as well. As to the rampant cheating that took place across this nation…and our side of the aisle remaining quite about it…let alone doing absolutely nothing about it while they had the chance to do so…speaks volumes! – Infuriating!

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    • The last emperor of man’s world rises, with the removal of the righteous paving the way to total destruction. Adolph Hitler would be envious of how the position of power was taken with little effort. It’s almost as if it was our destiny, to be ruled by the most lawless and the best liar of them all. Man must love to suffer to the extreme, or be wishing to go out with a very big bang. One way or the other, it will be over soon.

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  3. the “fix’ for this election was set in place years ago. Kiss America goodbye.

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  4. Off topic,but I have to get this off my chest.As a veteran I have not in the past and will not currently or in the future accept that Socialist in the White House as my president or commander-in-chief.

    P.S.,I also do not think the election results were valid.How could they be that overwhelming?

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  5. cathy wagner says:

    america will never be the country it was, ever. after these 4 years we wont even know it. im so sad…my poor father fought in 2 wars for our freedom, and for what???? it all saddens me and makes me sick at my stomach how these 4 years are going to change this country…all you pricks that voted for obama…i can only hope you will be part of the 5 million people that will lose their jobs…as it has already begun…thanks traitors

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  6. I don’t quite know what to think of this guy lately…I’ve caught a lot interview segments with him in the last few months…and he’s seemed to be more in the Rove mode…but that’s just me.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/mic.....raced-him/

    He’s pretty hypocritical in this…first he says don’t pander to certain groups…then he says to do that.

    Oh well…it bothered me, just thought I’d throw it in here.

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  7. For a long time I’ve wished someone would tie carl rove up in a sack and toss it off a bridge.

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  8. Election Over, USDA Cuts Ohio Food Stamps Aid
    Ohioans’ food stamp aid to be reduced

    http://sweetness-light.com/arc.....KL0EdljOt8

    Hahahahaha…..would serve the filthy swine right if they ended up having to eat their own doo-doo.

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  9. …and Kristol doubles-down! – Talk about stuck on stupid!

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/bil.....r-of-when/

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    • untrainable
      November 13, 2012 at 10:53 am

      When exactly did Bill Kristol become “influential” in the minds of the mainstream media? Was it when he called the Muslim Brotherhood a mostly secular organization? Or was it when he started agreeing with Obama on fiscal policy?

      I only have one question. When did Bill Kristol change his party affiliation from Republican to “Mindless Obamaton”. I must have missed the memo.

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  10. Patty Murray Says ‘Don’t Fear The Fiscal Cliff’

    From the Financial Times:

    Don’t fear fiscal cliff, says Democrat

    By Robin Harding | November 11, 2012

    A leading Democratic senator has said her party should be willing to go off the fiscal cliff in order to secure tax rises on the wealthy, raising the stakes in year-end budget negotiations.

    The Democrats are willing to risk anything and everything to punish “the wealthy.” (And the wealthy are anyone who makes more than a Senator or Representative.)

    “If the Republicans will not agree with that, we will reach a point at the end of this year where all the tax cuts expire and we’ll start over next year,” said Patty Murray, who was co-chair of last year’s deficit supercommittee, on ABC’s This Week. “And whatever we do will be a tax cut for whatever package we put together. That may be the way to get past this.”

    In other words, if the Republicans don’t agree to increasing the rate on the wealthy they will just let all of the Bush tax cuts expire. Which of course was always the plan. After all, the Democrats really want to raise everyone’s taxes. But they want to be able to blame the Republicans for it.

    Which was the real reason they created the fiscal cliff in the first place. For, lest we forget, it was the Democrats who insisted on making the Bush tax rates ‘sunset’ after ten years in the first place.

    http://sweetness-light.com/arc.....KL2j9ljOt8

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  11. Tom Clancy’s Real Jack Ryan Talks About Benghazi/Petraeus

    Benghazi Scandal Exposes Obama’s Secret Wars and More!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....ature=plcp

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  12. captstubby
    November 13, 2012 at 9:20 am

    “In historical US political theory, a ‘federal’ system was one of a central government with limited delegated powers, with all other powers not delegated nor otherwise restricted from, belonging to the states (and the people thereof). The states are sovereign in most areas, and generally speaking, the central government may only rarely reach out into the lives of the citizens of the sovereign states. This notion of federalism brought us the phrase (heard often when I was young, but rarely now as there is no context for it) “Don’t make a federal case out of it.” That is, make the dispute so large that the central government had jurisdiction over it.”

    “A national government, on the other hand, placed full power in the central government with states being, effectively, administrative divisions. Generally speaking, these administrative divisions are similar to counties in US States—they have some delegated power, but they can be trumped by the state government (assuming nothing in the state constitution stands in the way).

    The Founders worked out a complex system of checks and balances that, in their view, would protect individual liberty and promote freedom. The three branches of the Federal system were meant to balance each other. The tripartite system balanced a popularly elected House, a Senate with members appointed by the State Legislature and a President elected by representatives appointed by the States (the ‘Electoral College’). In addition to this arrangement the Constitution provided for a federal government with strictly limited powers delegated by the States and reserved all other powers to the states, or to the people (c.f 10th Amendment).”

    In 1913 the passage of the 17 Amendment [the direct voting U S Senators]upset the balance. Before passage, there was a 64% turn over in the Senate. They were the Voice of their States, and answer only to them. Not Special interests and huge reelection contributions. And [it] was not a “second House Of Representatives.” There was no Senator For Life.

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  13. The GOP is dead! Obviously, they have shown no concern for AMERICA. We need a 3rd party that supports this country. Some would call it the TEA party, I’ll call it the AMERICAN party. The true WE-THE-PEOPLE!

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  14. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    No amnesty for illegal aliens No cap & Trade,Reject the SMALL ARMS CONTROL TREATY Have Eric Holder indited for FAST & FUROIUS,PUT AMERICA and its CITIZENS FIRST,GET US OUT OF THE UNITED NATIONSOh Pardon me while i fly to the moon Im durible old shorebird

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    • “…Oh Pardon me while i fly to the moon Im durible old shorebird…”

      That’s about the wackiest damn thing I’ve ever read! With what we’re facing, we had all better be durible – and durable, too!

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  15. Levin, of course is right.
    Instead of taxing the rich MORE, how about taxing the lowest 49% SOMETHING!
    Are these people citizens or parasites?
    Of course I know why that wont happen, they’ll lose their base. Parasites vote in huge blocks for democrats. Parasites also feed off their hosts. They produce nothing but disease. Look at Europe if you have any doubts.
    As for the neighborhoods of the parasites, if you dare look. Filth, graffiti, crime, and did I mention filth?
    Poor is no excuse for all of the above.
    Rarely did our grandparents come to America with wealth. Most came to escape hardship or worse. They moved into the poor neighborhoods because that’s what they could afford. Did they destroy those neighborhoods? Did they piss in the hallways because they had to share a single bathroom on each floor? Did they write hate speech on the walls of their buildings? Did they shoot their neighbors?
    They worked hard to get their families into better neighborhoods with a private toilet, or went to night school to learn English. They prospered and opened up businesses. They contributed to society. There was no welfare, no social security.
    What percentage of “poor” people CANT work? The mentally challenged, the old, the infirm. What about the rest? Is there some reason why 40% of the parasites can’t work? Can they wash a dish, Waite a table, sell, clean, bag at a grocery, fill shelves, help in manufacturing, fill gas tanks, fix something, paint something, build something?
    Where is their self worth? Where is it written that if you’re poor, you have to stay poor?
    How many generations will it take before theses parasites want to learn something about their country? How many years can you sit on a stoop and wonder what it would be like to see a national park? How can anyone be content not knowing the names of your government officials, or the issues that effect your own life?
    These are the parasites of the democrat party. The “normal” democrat voters are just ill informed because of the MSM. I get that, but all in all, it was the parasites that put Obama over the top.
    We can’t continue to subsidize the lazy and the stupid, so eventually the handouts will come to an end. Then the parasites will fall upon the democrats. Yeah!

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    • Wow oh wow did you ever sing a perfect tune to my ears! – Couldn’t agree more…sure as heck thank you for that important input.

      Btw…I’m sure as heck not happy with those that stayed home on the right side of the aisle that didn’t bother to vote. I blame them as well.

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      • Results are not in yet but I’m betting the majority were the 20 million that didn’t
        like McCain and did not vote in 08, Evangelicals. I know here in Az Conservative Christians, Evangelicals, don’t like Mormons and multitudes of them sat on their hands again. They believe in shooting themselves in the feet, and their children’s feet, and their grandchildren’s feet… Texas, thats the place to go. They know which way to point a gun at least

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  16. Speaking of dolts! ~

    http://dailycaller.com/2012/11.....ry-dearly/

    At this point…who gives a rats rear one way or the other? (other than Steny Hoyer)

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  17. Carl Rove is an idiot. I get very tired of him and his damn whiteboard.

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  18. Obongo and his wrecking crew will destroy this country………..

    The United States is going to collapse into absolute chaos because of this son-of-a-bitch………..and there is nothing that we can do to stop this………Obongo is wrecking this country right before our eyes………

    He is appointing a traitor to the Dept. of Defense and a known habitual liar to the position of Sect. of State…………

    I hate this bastard “Obongo” more than you can imagine……I don’t dare say what I want to say because I will be visited by the SS…….

    We have lost the country to the street scummers, third world types, and the fools………..I wish it weren’t so but it is so……..it is only a matter of time…………

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    • Bluto is right on the money. I have not commented anything on AWD since the election. To tell the truth I am still stunned at the stupidity of the American people to re-elect this fool and all of his commie friends.

      I have completely lost faith in the American people. We are sliding towards third world status and it is now too late to stop it.

      Fortunately I am in advanced age now and will probably die before America completely goes down and more-than-likely not see the actual demise. However I will probably be around to see the rioting in the streets (i.e. Greece) of the U.S. Why in the hell can’t the people of this Country see what is coming as a result of this election?

      Mindess stupidity!!!

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  19. bigtimer

    I’ve been taking a little breather lately as we are getting ready to move out of the liberal NYC!

    Mitt Romney lost the presidency simply because of the “fear of offending”. The FOO Republican party is in desperate need of a face lift. Obama and the Democrats have made useful idiots of Justice John Roberts, John “Sniffles” Boener & Chris Christie to further erode our society into moral corruption.

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    • Renee…

      I’m still waking up stunned, depressed and disgusted at the American people in so many ways that either didn’t vote, or those that did and voted for their messiah to remain in place…they don’t understand what’s going to hit them all in a matter of time, yet the still won’t blame their messiah, or themselves.

      Sorry this is somewhat jumbled…still upset, hope you get my drift.

      Safe moving…I know that’s always a hassle. – Hope you’ll be much happier in your new diggin’s and new location.

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  20. You’ve probably seen this, but I got this today in an email, and I think it sums it up pretty well:

    “The danger to America is not Barack Obama, but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools, such as those who made him their president.”

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  21. Wow…this is off-topic, but have you heard about this?

    http://www.mediaite.com/print/.....a-in-will/

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  22. 22 Signs That Voter Fraud Is Wildly Out Of Control And The Election Was A Sham

    http://www.infowars.com/22-sig.....as-a-sham/

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  23. Anyone surprised by this news?

    http://thehill.com/video/senat.....tic-caucus

    So this dolt makes it 55 seats for the dems side of the aisle.

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    • Big……..We took a real beating this election cycle……..but this democrat win will not stand…….the Dims are going to implode the economy…..the economy will implode…it is a mathematical certitude that it will implode…..these Marxist policies do not work and no matter how hard they try to make them work, they won’t ….and the dumbass Dims have no special knowledge or understanding of how to make socialism work….it won’t and they can’t make it work…..we know that socialism will fail…..it’s to bad that we have to go through this implosion but it is going to happen…..then and only then will the people of this country wake up……

      It is unbelievable to me that Obongo won with 8% unemployment….his war on whites…..his insistence on raising taxes….his war on coal….his war on oil…..his war on small business….his foreign policy debacle in Benghazi…..his hatred of Israel……its going to take the complete implosion of our economy to wake these idiots up……..

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      • Totally agree and feel the same as you do in every regard…I’m still stunned Bluto.

        As to Benghazi…so much is happening every single day with all the players involved I’m somewhat waiting for some of it to settle down some before I post more about it.

        Dear Leader’s having a presser in a minute…how convenient…eh?

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  24. Stunned is the right word…..I’m still stunned as well…….I honestly thought we had him….it is unbelievable to me…….and yes I am still stunned as well…….

    Obongo is having a presser right now and is lying again……what an asshole he his………

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    • Yeppers…just heard two outright lies.

      First on Benghazi etc …then the economy, he still blamed Bush without saying his name regarding two years ago on the Bush tax cuts…and now he’s saying our economy is in soooo much better shape.

      Blah…blah..blah….

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  25. Lawrence Ekdahl says:

    These dolts if they are true conservatives need to bolt from the party and form a real conservative/ libertarian party so the American people can have a real choice.

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  26. Bluto… We did have him. People came out in hundreds of thousands for Romney,they could not win fair and square,they cheated. Obama was being booed and heckled at some of his rallies. Small turn out in spite of his “celebrities”. Union big shot was on msnbc telling how he got busy for Obama. Evil guy……Leo Gerard. They stole it. I’ve been waiting for some people to come forward from counties they claim didn’t have a SINGLE vote for Romney.100% Obama? Not possible. I hope the people who voted Romney sue .Don’t give up hope , we didn’t lose because people are stupid,we had enough to win,and they knew it.It was going too good for Romney,so they got their minions out there with multiple voting,fixed machines,and,whatever.

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  27. What happened to the military vote ? Was Obama adm. suppressing their vote,and, now trying to bring down military by getting rid of the generals? Were they ready to revolt against the gov’t? Somethings not right . Holder knew about Patraeus affair in July. Was Holder blackmailing him so Romney couldn’t appoint him VP, or ruining his credibility to ever run for president because they want to go with Jeb Bush? This Patraeus/Benghazi story is getting deeper. Patraeus to testify on Friday. Rush says Patraeus will protect Obama. No hero’s for America. I’m just speculating about it all.

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    • doris…

      I’m wondering if and when this administration is going to arrest Paula Broadwell…put her in a cell next to that poor guy that made that movie trailer video this administration blamed it on. – They will do anything for deception and distractions.

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  28. RidinShotgun says:

    Bluto I love your posts and admire your patriotic fervor, but I think your dead wrong here. This will stand because steps will be taken to insure 2014 & 2016 won’t matter for those of us who can’t stand this guy. Amnesty will be signed in January and that will insure another 40 – 60 million news democrats with their hands out come the next election cycle and Obunghole will be there to fill them. Forget about the economy being in shambles, forget about the war in Israel, forget about the America you and I grew up in and loved, it’s gone – forever.

    As for people like Boehner, I liken him & those like him to the character of Saruman in The Lord of The Rings trilogy. He sees the coming storm of Sauron & his evil minions & decides to throw in with the enemy instead of fighting for what’s right, good & just. He instead becomes a toady, waiting for whatever scraps are thrown off the table for him, not caring that his friends whom he has just abandoned will suffer unspeakable misery because of his treachery.

    BTW their already starting the official response to McCain’s attacks, I heard one infobabe this morning say, “Why is McCain being so irascible over Benghazi? I can’t help but think there is an element of sour grapes here over what happened to him in ’08.”

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  29. Heres my message:

    NSNews.TV
    If Every Food Stamp Recipient Voted For Obama, It Would Account For 75% Of His Total November 14, 2012
    If all 47 million food stamp recipients voted for President Obama, it would account for 75.4 percent of Obama’s 62.3 million votes.
    Harry Hopkins, FDR’s close adviser who ran the non-defunct Works Progress Administration (WPA), once described Roosevelt’s strategy as “tax & tax, spend & spend, elect & elect.”
    He believed that if Roosevelt put everyone on the federal payroll, either through aid or federal jobs, that Roosevelt would never lose.
    FDR won four presidential elections in a row before his death removed him from office.
    Did Obama use his idol’s model to win this election?
    Food stamps rolls have grown by nearly 50 percent-by more than 15 million recipients-under the Obama administration.
    During that same time, the unemployment rate has stayed the same. *
    Either those outside of the workforce have been decimated by the Obama economy or this administration is making a conscious effort to get more Americans reliant on government. Or both.
    [or has it?]

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