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will smell just as sweet as long as you are not a climate bedwetter with his head up his ass.

But when your head is up your ass the winds of change are generally scented with flatulence and excrement.  Same for flowers, ice caps, polar bears, and any other thing totally whinged about by the hysteria-mongers.  They’re all going to smell like excretia.

I imagine Gore hasn’t smelled anything good for a decade or more.

Yes, I’m in a mood when it comes to libtards and eco-terrorists.  Sue me.

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Goddamned liar.

Everyone will have five days to look at every piece of legislation that crosses his desk, unless it’s something that can’t stand scrutiny, in which case we’ll just move it along.

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Speaking of excretia… enough said.

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Anger over the health care bill… I get it.  I understand, I really do.  But calling for people to take out the president?  That’s stupid on so many levels it’s painful to watch.  Let’s just keep counterproductive idiots like this locked in the back room until they shut their mouths and calm down.  Talk about Poor Impulse Control.

Impeachment is a great solution but it has about a 1 in 400,000,000 chance of ever succeeding, even less for voting in health care.  Far better to vote out the dems this election and leave the man politically toothless.

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THIS is why we don’t try terrorists anywhere near a civilian judge.

Judge Orders Release of Gitmo Detainee With Ties to 9/11 Attacks

Monday, March 22, 2010

WASHINGTON —  A suspected Al Qaeda organizer once called “the highest value detainee” at Guantanamo Bay was ordered released by a federal judge in an order issued Monday.

Mohamedou Ould Slahi was accused in the 9/11 Commission report of helping recruit Mohammed Atta and other members of the Al Qaeda cell in Hamburg, Germany, that took part in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Military prosecutors suspected Slahi of links to other Al Qaeda operations, and considered seeking the death penalty against him while preparing possible charges in 2003 and 2004.

U.S. District Judge James Robertson granted Slahi’s petition for habeas corpus, effectively finding the government lacked legal grounds to hold him. The order was classified, although the court said it planned to release a redacted public version in the coming weeks.

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Hey, I’m all for symbolic gestures but not when they’re such a friggin’ waste of time.

Reps. Steve King (R-Iowa) and Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) plan bills seeking to repeal health reform as was finally passed by the House yesterday, and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) plans a similar bill in the Senate.  – Michael O’Brien, The Hill.com

Yeah, this is a constructive use of your time guys.  Not 24 hours after the vote that spit in the eye of what the US is really about, do you think it’s going to make any difference at all?

I also heard on NPR (I listen because I wish to know my enemy) one of the commenters say that the rest of the world (particularly Europe) cannot understand after looking at our health care system why so many of us are happy with it exactly as it already is.

Why it is because we like to have government OUT OF OUR LIVES.  That’s why we broke from England, you twits.

Of course some like that kind of control, especially when they wield it.  Could I perhaps be speaking of liberals?  Yeahyoubetcha.

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I’m sure the term is very loosely applied.

Diane Sawyer’s exclusive interview with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

“Most powerful woman in 100 years?” “World News” anchor Diane Sawyer asked Pelosi today, citing a Brown University professor. Pelosi, maintaining the smiling poker player’s mask that is her trademark, paused for a moment before saying brightly, “That sounds good.”

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