Do you consider yourself “bored” and needing “some kind of intrigue in life?” Seems that’s the conclusion of what this trio of whiz-bangs think about anyone that thinks Dear Leader is, and has been, hiding something about himself since day one! How dare any of you question anything about Dear Leader and his past, you’re just another conspirator, it’s time for you to move on and ask no questions…period!

What’s really irksome about this trio the most has to be when it comes to leftist-loon Marjorie Clifton. She’s declared Dear Leader has been ‘vetted‘ twice already, so that’s that…end of discussion! Vetted my arse! He’s never been properly vetted, he never will be when it comes to the so-called ‘journalists’ and we all know it!

Seems to me, ‘vetting’ someone is what the same journalists have done just the last week with Lance Armstrong and Manti Te’o…now that’s vetting dontcha know! Of course it serves these same so-called journalists purpose at the end of the game when they’re on the attack…but, hey, they won’t do the same for their Dear Leader in any way, shape or form….no siree!

There are other things in this report when it comes to what was said on this panel that bothered me, but that’s just me. – Now friends, don’t think anyone such as myself thinks any of this will go anywhere at this stage of the game when it comes to Dear Leader and such, we all know it won’t. Nevertheless, the attitude from this panel is condescending to say the very least.

See what you think. – This is via Mediaite:

Today’s political panel on Fox’s America Live took on a recent poll which found that 36 percent of Americans, including 64 percent of Republicans, believe President Obama is hiding something about his background and early life.

Conservative panelist Tucker Carlson dismissed the findings, saying, “The same poll showed 36% of Democrat think that Bush was part of the 9/11 conspiracy theory. It’s a complicated world and people use these conspiracy theories to explain it when they don’t understand it. The real mystery is not where Obama is from — who cares — it’s the motives in doing the things he does.”

“Is this because, people talk about, ‘Was he born in Kenya?’ ‘Is he a Muslim?’ or is this because Barack Obama has some inability to break through the veneer and say, ‘I’m a regular guy. Trust me. I was born in Hawaii’?” host Megyn Kelly asked.

Liberal panelist Marjorie Clifton posited that the distrust stems from the fact that Obama “is a different kind of president than we’ve ever seen. He’s an African-American man, to start with. He’s also a little bit more academic. He’s one of those people that sort of internalizes and processes things before he comes out and states his policy. Very different from President Bush and Clinton.”

She added that Obama has been “vetted through two presidential campaigns” and yet conspiracy theorists and birthers like Donald Trump “come forward and try to create questions” to “create a media buzz,” which could “impact public opinion.”

Kelly then pointed out that there are still calls on the right for Obama to release his college transcripts and asked, “Should we not be so dismissive of the 36% of americans w have questions about that?”

Carlson responded: “To answer basic questions about his background — I’m not sure how relevant they would be; it wouldn’t change my view of his political ideas, which are wrong — but he deserves to be asked the questions.”

He also took exception with Clifton’s claim that the president was vetted. “He was not vetted much by the press,” Carlson said. “Most reporters felt in ’08 and 2012 it was pretty important that this guy be elected president, a historic figure, good guy, one of us, academic and intellectual, they didn’t do a deep dive on Barack Obama. There were very few hard-nose reporters in the campaigns. Trust me, I was there.”

Ultimately, the panel agreed, these conspiracies arise from people being “bored” and needing “some kind of intrigue in life.”

“Most of the power of the country is concentrated in a relatively few number of hands, and it’s a very complex series of systems that run the world,” Carlson concluded, “and most people don’t understand them and are frustrated by that and resort, sadly in my view, to sometimes fantastical conspiracy theories to explain them.”

Throw in your two-cents, anything about any of this that bothers you? Are you one of those that are with the one-third of Americans that don’t think things are on the up and up when it comes to Dear Leader and never have been when it comes to his past…or not?

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  1. I want to know who this criminal is. He was not vetted by the press. The birth cert. has been proven a fake, college transrcipts nowhere to be found, and many other questions. The ‘panel’ says we’re bored, I say BS, I want to know conclusively who this imposter is.

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    • Snake Oiler says:

      Another frightening aspect is who the Republicruds selected to oppose him. It almost appears as if this was a set-up deal. This country was ready to elect a cipher whose voting record was to the left of avowed Socialist Bernie Sanders? Think about that one. His accomplices in the MSM laying down smoke screens or tossing grenades either on command or of their own volition. It all stinks. Can’t take a lot of comfort in this, but word on the street is that more than a few of his supporters were enraged about their short paychecks at the beginning of the year (those who actually do work).

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      • Speaking of paychecks, I got my tax hike this last pay day. And I’m well below what is considered middle income. Tax the rich, yeah right Baraka.

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    • Cinnamon Girl says:

      Since my comment was going to be basically what you’ve already stated, I’m just going to concur with you here and let that be it for the most part.

      However, I want to add that one of the most commonly used tactics of the media and even our government is to tell us what we think and how we feel before we even make up our own minds. (If anyone doubts this, just look at the public school system).

      Hence, we are told we are “bored” with this. The lulled masses will immediately believe it and POOF! there goes any curiosity from a large amount of the population.

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      • CG…

        Sad state of affairs this country has become…isn’t it?

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        • Cinnamon Girl says:

          It goes along with the adage regarding telling lies long enough until they become truth.

          Many of those who think along our lines have been saying that the only thing that’ll turn this country around is a revolution. The first time I heard that and really understood I said to myself, “Well, bring it on!”

          Never before in our history as a nation have we freedom lovers been pushed so far into a corner by our own supposedly united government that we’re preparing to come out fighting. The TEA Party was a good start but because it was so ostracized and then finally ignored it went underground (I suspect). This isn’t helpful because it divides us and when divided we can be conquered.

          Something will happen one day. It has to. There is no straw to break the camel’s back and no tipping point. Perhaps it will be the fight to protect the Second Amendment. That’s really THE basic right; the right to protect ourselves, to defend life and liberty. But, I have to admit just thinking having to fight our own for it feels surreal.

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          • Surreal indeed. I never thought I’d see the day where our country is now, and fear where we may end up going before it’s over. – I still shake my head when it comes to what has happened and where we are, especially after the last election.

            In a way…I feel guilty because I feel in what’s left of my lifetime, there will never be a major change…nor any hope.

            I truly hope I’m wrong. ~

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  2. Obama was “selected” not “elected” a marxist tool of the NWO and nothing more… wouldn’t surprise me if he can’t provide a real birth cert of college transcripts.. probably erased years ago

    the fact that anyone from the lame stream media would suggest that Obama has actually been vetted is a joke… nothing but sheeple being mesmerized by stale rhetoric and empty promises… just like Nazi Germany under Hitler

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  3. Bored? No, I am not bored. The fact that this man was never vetted is the only thing more painful at this moment than cheering on the ravens (with that monster ray Lewis)…painful, discouraging, but I wouldn’t say that I’m bored.

    Down with Brady and the cheating coach with the dirty sweatshirt!!!

    I know, I shouldn’t even watch football. Professional sports is a real waste of time.

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    • Plus, that man-purse of Brady’s really put me over the edge too. – AWD had a blog post about quite awhile ago.

      Just wanted to throw that in…in the middle of getting dinner ready too. ‘I’ll pop back in when I get done.

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      • Man purse. Bwahahahahahahahah…

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        • Do you happen to remember that piece AWD did about that? It was priceless in more ways than one. 😉

          Btw…as to your first post today, I totally agree with all you stated. As to your post about income and pay-checks…same thing. We’re in the same shoes.

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          • Bumper sticker of the day : “My take-home pay won’t take me home”… The withholding tax was supposed to expire at the end of WWII. All should get entire paychecks and pay their own taxes monthly to the IRS. Many would be surprised at how they are being plundered. By increasing energy exploration via the Keystone Pipeline we could supercharge the economy. Of course Hussein and Co. aren’t interested.

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          • MM…now that is a ‘PERFECT’ line for a bumper-sticker. – I’m serious as heck!

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  4. They are cooking the books there is no way only 36% think he has not been vetted. They control the information and they control the rhetoric. At every turn the press lies to us they lied about the Mocha Messiah the man who holds the most powerful office in the World. Why in H-E-L-L would we believe any numbers presented by the main stream press?

    I beleive 0% of what the MSM vomits and only 50% of what I read on the internet.

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  5. I sure hope new England doesn’t win…I HAVE THE HELLO KITTY BUBBLE GUN PEOPLE!!!

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    • Roaring with laughter…that’s hilarious. I’m watching the game too. I’m with you and your pick for the same reasons you mentioned above.

      Btw…Since the teams I’ve pulling for didn’t make it, I even rooted for the 49’s today, at least I won one game.

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      • Some commercials are still good – the vw one with the guy singing is excellent. I LOVE the e trade baby.

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        • Snake Oiler says:

          As for E-Trade, those are about the most repellent commercials I’ve ever seen. The little creep acts and sounds about the way I would imagine a typical Obunghole voter does (non-inner city). There may not be a punishment too cruel or unusual for whoever came up with those abominations. We need more commercials for wholesome products like this…

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAExoSozc2c

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        • I like the VW comerical when the bulldog ate the keys and the dude has to open the car with the dogs butt… too funny

          The Jack Links comercials bring out the kid in me and makes me laugh too

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      • And seriously, no I don’t believe only 36% either. And he wasn’t vetted. We all knew what a lousy student gwb was, for example. And that he was a cheerleader. And that Laura was in a car accident where another driver died. And that gwb was a big drinker. We know nothing about the obamas, nothing.

        Jeremiah wright? Wasn’t an issue. Ties with communists, not discussed. Nothing. Total pass.

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    • Rebecca…looks like you won’t need to put your ‘Hello Kitty Bubble Gun’ to use in this case. 😉

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      • Great news for all. I fell asleep; woke up at the end though. Thank god the spokesman for Uggs will not make it to the Super Bowl this year. Did you ever see Tom in the purple uggs?!! Makes me want to get my hello kitty.

        Speaking of things that bring out the bubble gun, have you seen that Justin bieber perfume commercial???!!!! I had no idea what he sounded like prior to that – good lord! I stand by the cuteness of the etrade baby. It’s all relative.

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  6. 57 states – saw that on the Internet, not regular news. Obama not saluting the flag during the pledge, same thing. That movie that was just out about him – can’t remember the name, by Reagan’s speech writer, was a great watch. I don’t think he’s lying – at the beginning I almost thought it was pro-O. Very enlightening.

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  7. Speaking of which, here’s one of Dear Leader’s bestest buddies.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....g-forward/

    Anyone think Dear Leader will throw him under the bus again?

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  8. Snake Oiler says:

    Politico: Will The Democrats Move To The Right?

    http://sweetness-light.com/arc.....PyYBdn_yt8

    untrainable
    January 18, 2013 at 11:42 am

    “The real struggle within the Democratic Party is where you stand on income inequality and whether the government needs to be a part of fixing that problem,”

    So what options are there for responding to income inequality. Obama could address the income inequality in his own White House before he starts telling us how to earn and spend our money. Women get paid around 17% less than men in the Obama administration. Then they can begin to steal from the rich and give to the crackheads. Democrats won’t be happy (ever) until the kid with the single digit IQ and the need to take his shoes off before he counts higher than 10 is making a “living wage” for the amazing accomplishment of wiping his own ass.

    Income equality? Manufactured outrage over a manufactured crisis. Obamaville S.O.P.

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  9. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    Obama is hiding some of his past like his socialists antiamerican,antichristian up brining and his cloudy past and WHERE IS HIS BIRTH CERTIFICATE? AREA 51?

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  10. Rides A Pale Horse says:

    “……internalizes and processes things before he comes out and states his policy”.

    Complete and total bullshit.

    He was raised by Communists and has had Communist indoctrination throughout his entire formative years and beyond from one source or another.

    Add to this his time spent in an islamic madrassa and his love of the call to prayer which seals the deal.

    Make no mistake. This person knows EXACTLY what he is doing.

    His “policy” is as ingrained as the natural urge to take a shit.

    Here’s where I stand………..

    http://i979.photobucket.com/al.....ERS/10.jpg

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  11. I’m of a mind that it would make no difference if he were “vetted” (what a horrid word). Romney was absolutely correct that almost half the population will vote for a “D” if it simply can breathe. The other 4% can be fairly easily stolen by the Rahms and fast Eddies. We need to accept that the country we loved growing up is gone. I for one am glad I will likely be dead before the worst manifests. I feel for my children and grandchildren. But I’m guessing at least half my kids voted “D”. It is over game, set, match. That pains me to write.

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    • It ain’t over till its over. Its a long shot for them, they ain’t got the guns yet.

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    • Wes…

      Wished I didn’t agree with you, but I do. While I’m usually an optimist about just about everything, the time has come when I no longer am when it comes to what we’re discussing. As far as I’m concerned at the age I am now, I must say I agree with all of your sentiments.

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  12. I’ll take my chances on the side with the guns, the 36% if you will. My weekend has sucked, I’ve learned all about EMP scenarios and MK Ultra. What a freaking downer! And that scoundrel hussein bin-soros gets to top it all off. What’s the positive side you may wonder? I get to wake up in a few hours and work for my newly stunted paycheck. Thanks for everything hussein, asshole.

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  13. Birthers…LOL

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    • That’s funny to you because?

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      • Because birthers are in the same cadre as holocaust deniers, 9-11 truthers and other assorted conspiracy nuts

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        • sheeple LOL

          yeah, we laugh at you too Biff.. only sheeple like you think that our government and those in it have only benevolent plans for us and are not capable or guilty of deception or nefarious activity..

          Biff? circa 1985 reference to the movie “Back to the Future”? Really? LMAO

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          • “Sheeple”? real clever, Vinnie. That’s the same answer I get from 911 truthers, Hitler apologist, the “we were visited by aliens/chariots of the gods” and Alex Jones groupie types when questioned about the tripe they are selling.

            “only sheeple like you think that our government and those in it have only benevolent plans for us and are not capable or guilty of deception or nefarious activity..”

            I am cynical about government in general..that’s does not require me to embrace every half baked conspiracy theory about it.

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          • The truth is often stranger than fiction… but dont you worry about that Biff, just keep grazing with the herd because politicians are just so honest and never have anything to hide.

            We understand Biff.. to hear such horrible possibilities makes you feel insecure and scared so you reject it with all of your little might and you lash out at those who keep scaring you with these things hoping to silence them.. Well, you can suck your thumb and fawn over daddy Obama if it will ease your little mind.. like I said.. we understand that you DONT want to see whats behind the curtain.. so just make it all go away by calling everyone nuts

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          • I didn’t even vote for Obama. I voted for Gary Johnson.
            As for the rest of your reply, just more of the same rhetorical bufoonery endemic to fringe dwelling conspiracy mongers.

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          • LOL Well, thats ironic.. many in the Libertarian party have the same conspiracy theories that we speak of… yet you voted for a Libertarian.. you must be a whack job too LMAO

            make up your mind already Biff…

            For the record Gary Johnson would have been a million times better than Obama or Romney but I would bet he has some bones in his closet too…

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          • As a libertarian inclined folk such as i am..i am not required to follow the ideas of some of my fellow libertarians..you know..that “individuality” thing.

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          • yeah.. but YOU are the one worried about what the left will think for that individuality in the party..

            I dont give a rats ass what the marxist on the left think because they call EVERYONE that opposes leftist ideology crazy and other pejoratives to shame them into silence…

            sure, some of the theories are out there but so what…

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        • Biff…

          You either don’t do much research, or you ignore the facts that have been presented time and again regarding Dear Leader. Using what you presented as comparisons is what I call laughable.

          ’nuff said. I’m moving on. – Each to their own.

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          • What you mean is that I don’t spend enough time perusing the conspiratorial bafflegab propagated by
            sketchy hacks like Jerome Corsi, Alan Keyes and that Orly Taitz dingbat.Isn’t there enough to task Obama about without resorting to this comedy? In the end, all this birther crap achieves is in making the right wing look like a booby hatch.

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          • I don’t give a rats rear whether you question anything about Dear Leader and his real eligibility to be president…but to laugh at others who do question this demeans you.

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          • Well BT..it’s hard not to laugh when folks are making fools of themselves.

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          • Hey McFly, with a name like Biff it would seem that you are the only one making a fool of yourself… really, how can we take you serious Biff?

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          • So you are reduced to banal jokes regrading my handle.

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          • LOL as a matter of fact… yes, I am reduced to using jokes that lack in originality.. thanks for noticing

            It’s just about as asinine as you making fun of people with a strong skepticism of their government… like that is so original?

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          • I thought libertarians were smart but dreamers. Biff is either not smart or not a dreamer.

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  14. To me this is simple logic. Obama came from a poor family. His parents both actual and even his step father had no money to speak of. His grandparents didnt have much money. Nobody that I am aware of in his family background had the money it takes to attend such a classy college. In simpler terms, he came from a loser family that was barely getting by. So….where in hell did the money come from to send him to Harvard? Simple….he was an Indonesian student who went to school ON OUR DIME! So…if he had to attend college as a foreign student..that means he isnt a US citizen!US citizens cannot attend college on taxpayer funded grants as foreign nationals. Not legally anyway. And why does he have an SS# with the state of Conn. prefix when he never lived there in his life? This is why he is so intent on hiding his school records. I would also bet money that on his school records it lists his religion as Muslim…not Christian like he lies about being. The guy is a fraud through and through and any moron who supports him has to be a f@@@ing total asshole to support a man with such a questionable background. Why is he the only president to go out of his way to hide school records in his background if hes honest?

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    • Rich…you’re right on target!

      (Btw Biff, if you read Rich’s post, that should tell you all you need to know…for starters.)

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    • RIGHT you are !!!! That says it all. What did the Repubics do about all Obongos lies?????????????????? NOTHING……….this was a conspiracy planned a long time ago. REV up the engines folks……….NOW

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      • Joy…

        The gutless wonders on our side of the aisle made me sick then, they still do to this day regarding this issue. – The leaders/RINOs fear the media. We need them like a hole in the head!

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    • You sure got the “simple” right.

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  15. There are mainly two types of idiots who support this little Hitler wannabe….the blacks who will vote for him just because of his skin color..and the white moron liberals who feel guilty about being labeled a racist if they DONT vote for him. Thats why he got in both times. To hell with his race..I dont care if he is Chinese…its his politics I despise. I despise everything he believes in and stands for because its anti American.

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    • Right you are. Plus, I’m adding one more group of people that vote for Dear Leader, that being the ‘cradle-to-grace’ dependents…which of course, Dear Leader has ensured that population has increased too.

      Plans well laid. ~

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    • OliverSquid says:

      I don’t like the Chinese commies either!

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  16. Its all over You Tube folks…his praising of the Muslims and his own Muslim faith. In his own words…the most beautiful sound in the world is the Muslim call to prayer. Now if this is the words of a real christian..something is very wrong. And who is dumb enough to believe that that turd Rev. Wright…another bigot piece of shit like Jesse and Al is a real christian? So why in hell do millions of idiots trust a man whose deep religious beliefs are to kill anyone who isnt a Muslim? And yes..that is stated in the Koran itself. Those fanatical bastards all believe that anyone who doesnt kiss Allahs ass is an enemy and must die. Some religion of peace huh? This asshole was born and bred to hate anything America stands for and be a full fledged Muslim hate monger bent on control. This bastard has only succeeded in only one thing..dividing this nation as much as the time of the Civil War. Id trust a Muslim about as much as Id trust a saggy pants piece of shit gangbanger holding a 9mm sideways.

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    • Right you are Rich. All one has to do is look at what’s happened to the middle east because of Dear Leader. – Despicable disgrace. We’re nothing but a paper tiger now. Just as he’s intended all along, IMHO.

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  17. The “conspiracy” allegation is a classic leftist turnabout. The only “conspiracy” is the one perpetrated by the useful-idiot media ignoring the multitude of shady things in BHO’s background. But it would be “racist” to pursue any of them, don’t you know.

    How pathetically ironic that Obama got elected to the U.S. Senate in Illinois with information finagled from his opponent’s SEALED court records. The media eagerly served as Obama’s megaphone with that tawdry information, with no questioning of the ethics involved. Not to mention how they wet their pants over the phony Dan Rather-led story about George Bush’s National Guard Service. But Dear Leader’s college records are COMPLETELY off-limits.

    Victor Davis Hansen said it best: “We no longer have a media, we have a Ministry of Truth”.

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  18. Its dubious when the spokesman for your cause is Donald “too sexy for my combover” Trump.

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    • Hey Biff….has it come to your attention that there are other topics and blog posts at this site? Or are you just capable of sticking to one thread at a time for days?

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      • Big its called “Target Fixation”.

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        • Hey brother…you got that right. Thanks, that’s a perfect description. He does it all the time. It never ends…just like Brid did, the stay on one thread and do their best to derail it. Which they do at times…anyway, it’s been obvious for a long time now, Biff is nothing but a troll. I don’t care what he says.

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          • I am just expressing my opinions like everyone else here.

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          • nope.. your trolling, so please stop telling people that you are a Libertarian because it would make the message seem dubious at best coming from someone named Biff LOL

            admit it.. you’re a Obama voter who defends him by attacking people like us who question his integrity and the MSM’s apathy towards finding the truth. Your use of pejoratives and sarcasm to shame us into silence.. a typical tactic of the left.

            you may continue grazing now…

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          • ( Golf clap )

            So tell me Vinnie..where is there any documents or platforms that dictate that in order to be a libertarian ( as I am in the Frank Zappa sense) I have to be a birther as well? I mean, many on the right love to floss about individuality, but it sure seems to be discouraged in practice.

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      • I guess I must be growing on you.

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    • look Biff.. just because Trump and his goofy combover seem questionable to you does not make the message/facts questionable.. you may return to grazing now.

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      • Studies have show that combovers are a red flag for character deficiencies of the person wearing it. Combovers denote a deceptive personality that is unaware of itself. A combover guy thinks he is fooling the world when in fact, all he is doing is calling attention to his insecurity with being follicely deficient.

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  19. Snake Oiler says:

    Here’s a comical story of Muslim vigilantes…

    http://sweetness-light.com/arc.....ent-215266

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  20. Would someone wake lame-brain Dickerson up…his messiah doesn’t need any advice from the likes of him, he’s been doing that. He’s way ahead of the game and this nitwit wannabe.

    http://nation.foxnews.com/pres.....throat-gop

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