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White House Ignores Calls To Pay Interns

White House Ignores Calls To Pay Interns

Commented Apr 29, 2014 at 12:55:38 in Politics

“You right wingers just don't get it. It is not exploitation for people to work for the anointed elite without pay. It is the privilege of the smelly, poor huddled, underemployed, overeducated college graduate masses to serve the Obaman bureaucracy and it is the noblesse oblige of the aristocratic left to allow the wretches anywhere near the halls of power and prestige.”

All I want is peace on May 1, 2014 at 11:40:04

“All I hear is blah blah blah, yada yada yada.”

Marsia on Apr 30, 2014 at 11:37:04

“What say you of the unpaid interns working for most congress persons? How about those working in campaign offices?”

Davey Williams on Apr 29, 2014 at 16:40:24

“Whee, fun with the thesaurus day...”
Joe Manchin Accuses Controversial Former CEO Of Having 'Blood On His Hands'

Joe Manchin Accuses Controversial Former CEO Of Having 'Blood On His Hands'

Commented Apr 2, 2014 at 20:25:10 in Politics

“Sorry; I just see grandstanding by another politician. Manchin and his Democrat and Republican confreres in the "greatest deliberative body on the planet" do not spend enough time concentrating on their unique community and national duties; they rather divert undue amounts of their time (and the considerable resources of their two, sometimes three or more publicly-funded offices, fully stocked with 20 or more publicly-funded employees) to inflating their media presence and assuring their re-election.”
Bradley Cooper Apparently Helped Get Barack Obama On 'Between Two Ferns'

Bradley Cooper Apparently Helped Get Barack Obama On 'Between Two Ferns'

Commented Apr 2, 2014 at 20:14:04 in Entertainment

“Steve O. - yes I have, and I can tell you, it's not easy when those accompanying you to concerts, movies etc. don't share your political predilections. My reasoning is; why should I patronize an entertainer who is activist in causes opposed to my interests, and so enrich her with resources with which to curry favor with candidates and causes opposed to my own? And although it is indeed a rare phenomenon, I would discourage also the extremely rare outbreak of "right-wing" activism by Hollywood entertainers showing their political stripes either. These "high-falutin" principles are painful to uphold universally, I accept. Just like term limits, which I hold to be the single most powerful antidote to the abuse of power, desertion of civic duty and betrayal of Constitutional ideals represented by the seemingly permanent class of political office holders, both Republican and Democrat in Albany and Washington D.C. It is presumptuous for actors, jokesters and musicians to believe that those who pay to see them perform have any interest whatsoever in anything that they may have to say on the political issues of the day. So why encourage them?”
Bradley Cooper Apparently Helped Get Barack Obama On 'Between Two Ferns'

Bradley Cooper Apparently Helped Get Barack Obama On 'Between Two Ferns'

Commented Apr 2, 2014 at 14:51:34 in Entertainment

“RIght-on James! And Cooper seemed such a sensible fellow. Now I will need to avoid his appearances like I do Streisand's. Right-, right-on David D. "Separation of Hollywood and State." THAT is priceless.”

SteveSFM on Apr 2, 2014 at 15:31:05

“You avoid entertainers because you dislike their politics? Really?”
Obamacare Enrollment Hits 7.1 Million On Final Day

Obamacare Enrollment Hits 7.1 Million On Final Day

Commented Apr 2, 2014 at 02:50:30 in Politics

“RP lets the cat out of the bag! He wants to "cut out the middle man." Once the exchanges, subsidies, fallacious "no pre-existing conditions" and no lifetime benefit limits and mandates are finally comprehended and monetized, it will be clear for all the Polyannas, Alices in Wonderland, and assorted other Utopians around the nation to see. What the Democratic party ideologues wanted from the beginning was a centralized, run-everything-through-a-Washington DC-funnel: a true money pit! A new industry of medical tourism to attractive "treatment havens" in formerly uninhabitable areas of the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia will spring up to handle the millions of dissatisfied refugees from the soon-to-be-Christened "American National Health Service" Leviathan. Grow up, oh puerile lefties; nothing is free; rules and regulations have real, ascertainable economic costs. Contrivances like pop-up exchanges, IRS agent driven enforcement, a Carrier Dome-sized cesspit of subsidies, and, count-em (as of this midnight) 38 self-declared exemptions from the text of the ACA itself, can never be a proper substitute for the elegantly organic capitalist "price system." It's all been made clear before by Hayek; read it! "The Fatal Conceit":
available from Amazon and fine booksellers everywhere.”
Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon Resigns After Arrest On Bribery, Corruption Charges

Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon Resigns After Arrest On Bribery, Corruption Charges

Commented Mar 27, 2014 at 01:22:08 in Politics

“Prometeus; Fact is, author Weiss did indeed identify the crooked muttonhead's Democratic party affiliation; it just took him a little while - like five columns from the bottom of the piece (!); in the same paragraph where some Democratic party rent-a-factotum concluded that the shrinking party's fortunes have bottomed-out so spectacularly, that they would not likely experience any further damage from this latest scandal.”
Scarlett Johansson's SodaStream Super Bowl Ad Followed By Her Oxfam Resignation

Scarlett Johansson's SodaStream Super Bowl Ad Followed By Her Oxfam Resignation

Commented Jan 30, 2014 at 21:34:59 in Sports

“Good going kid. And I thought that only rock-ribbed Republicans and conservatives were willing to stand with the lonely Jewish state. Perhaps young Scarlett will reach out to some of her Hollywood confreres and "trendoids" and enlist them to the cause of freedom, religious and ethnic tolerance and economic liberty in the benighted Near East.”
Hillary Clinton: 'My Biggest Regret Is What Happened In Benghazi'

Hillary Clinton: 'My Biggest Regret Is What Happened In Benghazi'

Commented Jan 27, 2014 at 16:59:13 in Politics

“I know, I know, "ole Hil": you are saying "Mistakes were made"; the favored circumlocution of responsibility-evaders. Your counsellors told you that the vast right-wing conspiracy would raise Benghazi at the first chance they get, so you might as well "confront" it now with a carefully constructed, Clintonian-dose of triangulation. Don't deny, don't lie, just well, you know, evade. "Mistakes were made."”
For Obamacare Proponents, A Grueling Month Of 'Trench Warfare' Lies Ahead

For Obamacare Proponents, A Grueling Month Of 'Trench Warfare' Lies Ahead

Commented Nov 2, 2013 at 13:12:17 in Politics

“Yes, it has always "been about" the millions with no healthcare coverage. And now, thanks to the economic primitivists running the once capitalism-friendly Democratic Party, there will be tens of millions without healthcare coverage. Haven't the social engineers learned the lessons of American capitalism yet? Capitalism is like a dray horse. Put it to hard work. Feed it. Water it. Even regulate it. Even tax it. But let it do its work. Don't regulate it to death with unbounded mandates. Don't create an artificial filter of government "exchanges" to improve its "efficacy" or "efficiency."”

Pubdestroyer on Nov 2, 2013 at 13:30:47

“Tell us what you think of the efficacy of trickle down/supply side economics. Be sure and include in your comments the wonders of Bush O' Nomics.”

Dan Lee Uhl on Nov 2, 2013 at 13:17:54

“" Capitalism is like a dray horse. Put it to hard work. Feed it. Water it. Even regulate it. Even tax it. But let it do its work. Don't regulate it to death with unbounded mandates. "

And subsidize every aspect of it, or it will die. Absurdist twaddle. Corporations are the largest recipients of government largess.”
Gabrielle Giffords To Attend New York Gun Show

Gabrielle Giffords To Attend New York Gun Show

Commented Oct 12, 2013 at 15:24:44 in Politics

“Gormley. I have read your reporting and you are a reliable professional, but this reads like a Democratic Party press release (which is likely how the non-news event came to realization). The NYS Attorney General wants to be the first Jewish-American President; unfortunately for him, the equally ambitious and equally unqualified NYS Governor has got the jump on his own quest to be the first Italian-American President. Agreed; better oversight of gun retailing is needed; but the proximate cause of lunatics shooting up innocent civilians is the premature release of lunatics from institutions and the failure of law enforcement to monitor them afterwards. Let us hear more about Republicans/Democrats addressing such federal and state legal/administrative problems and leave the drama to the pros on the television reality shows.”

aspman07 on Oct 12, 2013 at 16:15:15

“Law enforcement isn't notified when when someone is released from a mental institution.”

enlightened45 on Oct 12, 2013 at 16:13:27

“Premature release? I do believe your Googling is amiss....check that again.”
UN Climate Change Report Draft Warns Of 3 Foot Sea Level Rise By 2100

UN Climate Change Report Draft Warns Of 3 Foot Sea Level Rise By 2100

Commented Aug 20, 2013 at 01:11:16 in Green

“You Tell 'm, prog300. The Climate Change Floggers won't be happy until everyone takes an oath promising not to question UN scientific orthodoxy or other shibboleths of the internationalist/centralizing left. There is to be no questioning, children, on what the federal government grant-funded "disastrists" are peddling. If you doubt the imminency, immediacy, or irreversibility of "consensus" climate data, you risk being branded dumb, blind, stubborn or right wing. No time, no room for discussion; but Cassandra-like fear-mongering is no substitute for proof. Senator McCarthy would feel right at home in the modern "academy."”
Ted Cruz: Republicans 'Terrified' To Fight Obamacare

Ted Cruz: Republicans 'Terrified' To Fight Obamacare

Commented Jul 30, 2013 at 11:56:56 in Politics

“Republicans should drop the grappling tactics and get on with protecting the country from the impending ACA-induced economic trainwreck by coupling repeal legislation with ONE COMPREHENSIVE, UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE PROPOSAL FOR ALL US CITIZENS (healthcare is where we need comprehensive reform, not immigration!) contemplating marketplace reforms (interstate competition between insurers, for starters), alternatives to traditional primary care insurance (which should not be in the form of insurance; the best way to pay for primary care is by credit card or cash (MDs love it) with subsidies to the poor or "uncovered millions" who can't afford it; tort reform and changes in coverage rules; and then, subsidies for legitimate and long-standing insurance coverage for emergency care, hospital stays, catastrophic coverage etc. for the same population which can't afford it.”
Obama Monitoring Detroit After Bankruptcy Filing

Obama Monitoring Detroit After Bankruptcy Filing

Commented Jul 19, 2013 at 01:29:43 in Politics

“Oh goody! I can't wait to hear more about the anointed-one's secret plan to turn Detroit into the economic miracle of the upper midwest. Perhaps it will become the Singapore of the Great Lakes. Or, the Switzerland of the lower peninsula. But first, let's hear him blame the GOP - but wait; no Republican has served as mayor of the Motor City for 50 years - and when was the last time one toiled on its city council? Oh well, there is always the "Tea Party" to vilify!”

Samuel Huntington on Jul 19, 2013 at 02:35:52

“the villain cast by the politicians will be the bankruptcy receiver. The Receiver will make the hard choices and the the politicians will cry and the people that consume services will cry, the politicians that put the city in a hole will then blame the receiver for the woes of the tax consuming public.

Since the gravy train will end, the tax consumers will move out, leaving only the most hardened homeless and criminal element to ply the streets and squat in vacant homes, with the absence of law enforcement that was laid off. The average wefare queeen will scape together enough money to go to another city where the living is easy the the benefit money flows.”

David Furritus on Jul 19, 2013 at 02:19:44

“No. We can blame both parties for creating NAFTA which allowed industries to be moved south. We can blame those responsible for allowing factories to be built overseas to prevent the companies from paying tariffs and/or taxes. We can blame lots of people...

...and I'm sure that the citizens of Detroit couldn't care less...”

hplovecraft on Jul 19, 2013 at 02:12:58

“Sarcasm requires some wit, which is above the pay grade of a wooden Hannity ventriloquist conduit like Stevie Mayonnaise.”
$12 Minimum Wage For Walmart Workers Would Cost The Average Shopper Just 46 Cents Per Trip

$12 Minimum Wage For Walmart Workers Would Cost The Average Shopper Just 46 Cents Per Trip

Commented Jul 19, 2013 at 01:15:24 in Business

“Immediately to the left (ahem) of this article listed atop the page, there is a brief notice, "Detroit files for bankruptcy." Seems appropriate that one example of crypto-socialist, left-wing economic genius adjoins another. The estimated cost to a Walmart shopper by the living wage legislation of 46 cents per shopper per visit is so fraught with presumption and squirrelly logic as to deserve the greatest skepticism. Would the HuffPost reader be surprised to learn that the brains who brought you this macroeconomic research likely studied at the same "altar" of bizarro fiscal wizardry as the ones who proposed living wage legislation in Detroit some years ago? The same Detroit that is $18 billion in the hole and in no danger of ever paying off the bills it is on the hook for - to evil capitalist suppliers of goods and services and hapless working class sources of union and management level labor. With not a single Republican council member or chief executive in sight of Detroit City Hall in what, 50 years?”

jdave1 on Jul 19, 2013 at 02:47:41

“The Walton family could pay that 18 billion and never miss it. That's not "bizarro fiscal wizardry", that's a fact Jack. If they gave hoot in h...l about the country and the people that made it possible for them to be that rich, they wouldn't be that rich, because they would have been giving back to the society that made it possible for them to exist.”

FastPlastic on Jul 19, 2013 at 02:03:58

“No matter how hard we try, they may never learn.”
Kelly Ayotte Confronted Over Background Checks Vote By Erica Lafferty, Newtown Victim's Daughter

Kelly Ayotte Confronted Over Background Checks Vote By Erica Lafferty, Newtown Victim's Daughter

Commented May 1, 2013 at 01:23:32 in Politics

“Hey! Look who is smirking ambiguously over the shoulder of Ms. Lafferty; Marine veteran, fair-weather war hero, whatever, Sen. Dick Blumenthal of Connecticut. Gee; could the "spontaneous" questioning of the New Hampshire Senator and the stage show by candidate Blumenthal been a classic, err, set-up intended to somehow embarrass a member of the opposite political party? I guess this all escaped the assiduous attention of the AOL "journalist" assigned to this historic day in reportage.”

rainbow69 on May 1, 2013 at 01:50:45

“While I'm smirking ambiguously, make sure your assiduous attention is directed to my answer to your question. No. In the meantime, tell us what kind of war hero you are, so it can be included in tomorrow's reportage.”
Shep Smith On Rachel Maddow: 'I Admire And Respect [Her]'

Shep Smith On Rachel Maddow: 'I Admire And Respect [Her]'

Commented Mar 25, 2013 at 11:59:24 in Media

“Wish I could express such respect for Rachel. She has shown no such humanity in her coverage of Hurricane Sandy. People on Long Island and the New Jersey shore are still miserable in their suffering; thousands are waiting for relief and financial support from Cuomo in Albany and Obama in Washington.”

amorelle on Mar 25, 2013 at 14:25:31

“Frankly, as long as she keeps hammering away on gun control, I don't care if she covers ANY other story.”

carbec on Mar 25, 2013 at 12:13:21

“What is she supposed to do? She has covered Sandy, but she can't move mountains. Complain to Regressives in Congress--those that won't move on disasters.”
Shep Smith On Rachel Maddow: 'I Admire And Respect [Her]'

Shep Smith On Rachel Maddow: 'I Admire And Respect [Her]'

Commented Mar 25, 2013 at 11:54:43 in Media

“Seems like Shep is getting ready to jump ship to MSNBC. Is he unhappy with his pay over at FOX?”

Kyuzo on Mar 25, 2013 at 12:56:26

“Maybe it's not about money. I know, a hard concept for Fox viewers to grasp.”

jwoww on Mar 25, 2013 at 12:31:35

“no way he signed a long term big deal with FOX last year.”

enpassant on Mar 25, 2013 at 12:24:54

“If anything, the atmosphere.”
Terry Moran To Karl Rove: 'Stop Scaring People' Over Gun Control (VIDEO)

Terry Moran To Karl Rove: 'Stop Scaring People' Over Gun Control (VIDEO)

Commented Mar 25, 2013 at 11:51:53 in Media

“Go ahead Terry Moran; tell us how you really feel. A broadcast journalist "talking straight" to a GOP'r! I didn't think I would ever see such pluck. So brave!”
Karl Rove Mocks Sarah Palin Tenure As Governor (VIDEO)

Karl Rove Mocks Sarah Palin Tenure As Governor (VIDEO)

Commented Mar 18, 2013 at 01:02:18 in Politics

“Re:Rove/Palin. More agit-prop from the Menshevik editorial staff" at AOL/HuffPo. Why all the attention on Republican "Apostacy" like that of Rove? Why all the negativism when it comes to Republicans commenting on Republicans.? If Rove said something negative about Dems; would you report it? While we are on the subject; where are the "kiss and tell" books by bureaucrats fired by Obama White House? When Bush was around, there were scores. Are the Dems so bad at personnel management, that they never fire anybody? Or are the exiles paid so much hush money that it pays to shut up?”
DOJ Drones Paper: Obama's Second-Term Cabinet, Agenda Faces New Scrutiny

DOJ Drones Paper: Obama's Second-Term Cabinet, Agenda Faces New Scrutiny

Commented Feb 5, 2013 at 05:22:44 in Politics

“Like a kid on Christmas Day playing with his new Tinker Toy set; BHO really seems to enjoy exercising the power of life and death over enemies real or otherwise. No need to bother with questions over civilian/military trials, where to stage them, hiring expensive defense lawyers, resolving pesky debate over legitimacy of Guantanamo base. His cold-blooded program of aerial execution makes Bush Jr. look like a bleeding-heart.”

Matthew on Feb 5, 2013 at 05:40:51

“Except for those million plus excess deaths Bush is responsible for in Iraq... So, actually, no you are just picking on Obama because you are Republican or racist. Likely, both. But if you are actually against killing innocent people you would see that Bush is the worse war criminal of the two. Nice false equivocations though.”

orangez on Feb 5, 2013 at 05:35:21

“Ummm wasn't it the Republicans that wanted Gitmo to stay open? I think you need to look it up. As far as cold blooded, better to cut the head off than risk more american lives. Bush a bleeding heart? think of all the soldiers who died fighting his unjustified wars.”

qui tacet consentire on Feb 5, 2013 at 05:25:09

“The program has simply matured under Obama. It was let loose before he had any say in it.”
Bobby Jindal: Birth Control Should Be Over-The-Counter

Bobby Jindal: Birth Control Should Be Over-The-Counter

Commented Dec 14, 2012 at 19:12:22 in Politics

“Where I work/live (NYC/suburbs), most Republicans who run are indistinguishable from Democrats, so moderate are they. That didn't lessen Democratic defamations. Search the net and review positions/opposition treatmen/media coverage: Congresswoman Hayworth (libertarian/supports abortion rights) - Assemblyman Castelli (enviro-lobby-funded/ anti-fracking). Too "left" for me; but smart as, and more free-thinking than their "cookie-cut" Democrat opponents. Considering the ideological environment, they were independent of the religious right; wouldn't dare appear sympathetic to boogymen Bachmann/Gingrich (whatever their private feelings).

"Cold-blooded reason" didn't save their hides. Who's extreme now? Such iconoclastic citizens? Or Chicago apparatchiks and interest groups laser-focused on destruction of their reputations?

If such modestly left-wing Republicans are genuinely distinguishable from distant right-wing GOP variants, why not give them a break; spare the name-calling/vilification? Because the Democratic national playbook permits no exceptions. And can especially moderate Republicans be so different than run-of-the-mill Democrats? If such exemplars of moderation are as similar as I say, why bother? Get the real thing with a Democrat! Your position can only result in disemboweled opposition, loyal/otherwise, or; a purposeless ideological clone.

Is your quandary that you are Republican (as seems in your syntax/historical references) and discomfited by the populist abuse? Take heart. Next go-round, perhaps; Republicans will improve their tactical elan - the media will stop feasting on the nonsensical redistributionist slop in which they have become immured under Obama's pseudo-socialist Great Awakening.”
Bobby Jindal: Birth Control Should Be Over-The-Counter

Bobby Jindal: Birth Control Should Be Over-The-Counter

Commented Dec 14, 2012 at 12:45:07 in Politics

“Hey! This guy is so friggin' "moderate" that I am sure the mainstream press will allow him to breathe! Perhaps this is the "miraculous moderate" Republican that the fabulists in the media have been conducting a search for. Surely Democrats will have no objection to him and will conduct an honest and clean campaign when he runs for his next office. (Don't count on it. He is a Republican, he is more conservative than they are; he is the enemy and they will find something else wrong with him. That is why the quest for the Republican moderate "unicorn" of fantasy and fable is a diversion by the collectivist media oligopoly to waste right-wing time and resources and to tenderize them for the next nationwide political assault).”

Stephen I Mayo on Dec 14, 2012 at 19:12:22

“Where I work/live (NYC/suburbs), most Republicans who run are indistinguishable from Democrats, so moderate are they. That didn't lessen Democratic defamations. Search the net and review positions/opposition treatmen/media coverage: Congresswoman Hayworth (libertarian/supports abortion rights) - Assemblyman Castelli (enviro-lobby-funded/ anti-fracking). Too "left" for me; but smart as, and more free-thinking than their "cookie-cut" Democrat opponents. Considering the ideological environment, they were independent of the religious right; wouldn't dare appear sympathetic to boogymen Bachmann/Gingrich (whatever their private feelings).

"Cold-blooded reason" didn't save their hides. Who's extreme now? Such iconoclastic citizens? Or Chicago apparatchiks and interest groups laser-focused on destruction of their reputations?

If such modestly left-wing Republicans are genuinely distinguishable from distant right-wing GOP variants, why not give them a break; spare the name-calling/vilification? Because the Democratic national playbook permits no exceptions. And can especially moderate Republicans be so different than run-of-the-mill Democrats? If such exemplars of moderation are as similar as I say, why bother? Get the real thing with a Democrat! Your position can only result in disemboweled opposition, loyal/otherwise, or; a purposeless ideological clone.

Is your quandary that you are Republican (as seems in your syntax/historical references) and discomfited by the populist abuse? Take heart. Next go-round, perhaps; Republicans will improve their tactical elan - the media will stop feasting on the nonsensical redistributionist slop in which they have become immured under Obama's pseudo-socialist Great Awakening.”

Zloki on Dec 14, 2012 at 13:23:42

“Haha. I think Jindal is pretty reasonable with this, but your comment is foolish. The reason why people complain there are no moderate Republicans is that the party has swung FAR right over the last decade.

Newsflash:
- Most of what was in the Affordable Health Care Act (Obamacare) was part of the REPUBLICAN proposal for health care back in the 90's. Newt Gingrich supported mandates in the 90's. Mitt Romney supported mandates within the last 5 years. Republicans moved so far right, they were panning their own ideas from a few years back.

- Republicans have managed to find themselves in a war with science. Republicans used to be the champions of science! What happened? Issues like evolution that were put to rest with William Jennings Bryant (1930's) are now front and center in the party.

- Republicans have managed to find themselves in a war with economics. Despite near-unanimous studies showing that tax breaks to upper tax brackets provide a pitiful return, they make it a sticking point. They cite the parts of Reagan they like and forget the rest.

Obviously, this is just a temporary trend. Maybe in another decade, the Democrats will be the ones picking all the wrong fights. But right now, the Republicans have moved away from much of what made them attractive: cold-blooded reason. If the Democrats are going to be the bleeding hearts, the Republicans have to be cool-headed.”
Ashley Judd Runs 4 Points Behind Mitch McConnell In Kentucky Senate Poll

Ashley Judd Runs 4 Points Behind Mitch McConnell In Kentucky Senate Poll

Commented Dec 12, 2012 at 11:18:29 in Politics

“With the cooperation of AOL, HuffPost, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, Miramax Pictures and other charter members of the left wing Hollywood/academic/broadcast industrial complex, famed TV chimp J. Fredd Muggs himself could win the Kentucky seat against Senator McConnell. That is why the brave bluegrass conservative deserves the support of every single red-blooded American; and why I am writing out a check in support of his re-election campaign this very instant.”

rp75 on Dec 12, 2012 at 12:41:49

“McConnell's priorities share little in common with most Americans'. I thought we established that last month.”

le marc on Dec 12, 2012 at 12:13:31

“A fool and his money are soon parted....”

Richard Corbit on Dec 12, 2012 at 12:09:58

“"With the cooperation of AOL, HuffPost, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, Miramax Pictures and other charter members of the left wing Hollywood/academic/broadcast industrial complex, famed TV chimp J. Fredd Muggs himself could win the Kentucky seat against Senator McConnell." That being said....we welcome your donation...the more money wasted on looneys, the better. This red blooded veteran served his country unselfishly...a Senator should do no less...Mitch serves his party at cost to the country... ms Judd will be getting donations from patriots like myself and others.”

koromuso on Dec 12, 2012 at 12:00:28

“Good. Throw your money away.”

snapshot1940 on Dec 12, 2012 at 12:00:14

“and exactly how many out of state donations are going to be made to Ms. Judd as a result of your attitude.”
John Boehner Says Mitt Romney Campaign Not Dead Yet, Jokes 'I Just Hope I Survive'

John Boehner Says Mitt Romney Campaign Not Dead Yet, Jokes 'I Just Hope I Survive'

Commented Sep 21, 2012 at 00:34:44 in Politics

“Gee McAuliff - precisely where is there a widespread feeling that Republicans are "doomed?" In the "editorial" halls of the AOL/Huff Post advertising combine? In the darkly curtained, after-hours confines of some exotic flavored-vodka den? The only people who believe this rubbish are the crypto-Bolshevist agit-prop apparatchiks of the DNC under the able stewardship of Debbie Wasserman "Schmutz." You wait. The coming elections will spell the retirement of untold thousands of Democrat party hangers on and "never was's."”

fairandbalanced100 on Sep 21, 2012 at 00:58:19

“Republicans should be doomed , since they have made it obvious they only care about
the rich . Romney & some other republicans admitted they don't care about the poor
or lower middle class or unemployed or retired or sick.”
Mitt Romney Tax Returns May Have Employed Legally Dubious Maneuvers, Tax Experts Say

Mitt Romney Tax Returns May Have Employed Legally Dubious Maneuvers, Tax Experts Say

Commented Aug 25, 2012 at 18:01:38 in Politics

“Following are the only stories that AOL/HUFF POST saw fit to highlight today. Seems like open season on the Republicans in AOL/HUFFPOST "la-la" land. Seems Obama's "apparatchiks" are running scared - and the centralizing, socialist community organizer says Romney is "extreme?":
Around the Web:
In Romney's Tax Return, Clues in Foreign Taxes
A Clue Emerges to Romney's Gift-Tax Mystery
Mitt Romney Energy Plan Evokes 'Drill, Baby, Drill' Slogan
Exploring Mitt Romney's Taxes and Tax Plan
Seven Tax Return Questions Mitt Romney Left Unanswered Today ...
Here's How Mitt Romney Might Have Paid No Taxes - Rick Newman ...
Could Romney's Effective Tax Rate Really Be Zero? | TPMDC
Mitt Romney tax returns highlight tax code's breaks for rich - Los ...
PolitiFact | Barack Obama links Mitt Romney to infamous tax shelter ...
Romney Says Corporations Familiar With 'Low-Tax Havens'
Polls: Romney, Ryan have 'no-mentum,' not enough details
Romney's Bain Funds Showcase Deals for Wealthy Only
Romney to release 2011 tax returns”

mrlnbob on Aug 25, 2012 at 18:36:47

“and yet you're here?”

ltague on Aug 25, 2012 at 18:27:21

“Poor little desperate Teapubs. Perhaps the only stories that are MOST important to this Nation concern the Shenanigans of Romney & his Pals. He wants to run this Nation, & we're not supposed to care if he & his Pals are honest? GET REAL.”

brittany mclean on Aug 25, 2012 at 18:16:26

“ok and”
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