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I'm proud to be a Democrat

 
 
bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Mon 30 Mar, 2015 08:47 pm
@coldjoint,
What the freaking Nazis did was keep specific classes of people from shops. All the Democrat is asking they go all the way and post their Nazi attitudes in their windows, something some are already doing:


Indiana GOP leader admits ‘No Gays Allowed’ sign would be legal in most of the state
Source: RawStory

-snip-

But during the press conference, a reporter noted that Indiana does not have a state law that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

“You guys have said repeatedly that we shouldn’t be able to discriminate against anyone, but if you just ignore the existence of this law, can’t we already do that now? Can’t so-and-so in Richmond put a sign up and say ‘No Gays Allowed?’” she asked. “That’s not against the law, correct?”

“It would depend,” Bosma replied. “If you were in a community that had a human rights ordinance that wouldn’t be the case.”

“But most of the state does not have that, correct?” the reporter pressed.

“That’s correct,” Bosma admitted.


Even real Republicans think Pence is a disaster.

coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 30 Mar, 2015 08:53 pm
@bobsal u1553115,
Quote:
‘No Gays Allowed’ sign would be legal in most of the state


Tolerance goes both ways for some people. Not gays and whiners. As we all can see.

How about the Indiana politician and the racist 18 month old? PROVEN.http://www.alien-earth.com/images/smileys/headbang.gif
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giujohn
 
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Reply Mon 30 Mar, 2015 09:08 pm
I love this. The federal law was signed into affect by the democrats and slick willie to get the Indian vote. (Did you know it was all about them using peyote?) And now these scumbag liberals are crying foul???
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 30 Mar, 2015 09:17 pm
Quote:
Apple Bashes Indiana – But Gladly Does Business With Countries That Execute Gays


Enough said.

Emasculated hypocrites


http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/03/apple-bashes-indiana-but-gladly-does-business-with-countries-that-execute-gays/
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Mon 30 Mar, 2015 09:51 pm
Quote:
Another Wasserman Schultz whopper: Spirit of Israel lives in Democratic Party


Ugly and stupid. Proud?
Quote:
Then Wasserman Schultz went completely off the tracks with this statement:

To those ends, we are proud of the way President Obama has supported Israel over his tenure – from unprecedented military and intelligence cooperation and economic collaboration to affirming Israel’s right to exist, to defend herself, and to thrive.


What?http://www.acidpulse.net/images/smilies/lolol.gif

Read more: http://www.bizpacreview.com/2015/03/30/another-wasserman-schultz-whopper-spirit-of-israel-lives-in-democratic-party-191253#ixzz3VvqMzBja


bobsal u1553115
 
  2  
Reply Mon 30 Mar, 2015 09:55 pm
@coldjoint,
Speaking of a link with a political axe to grind. Funny stuff!

"About Us

Conservative News You Can Trust

Based in Palm Beach County, BizPac Review is a privately held, for-profit news and opinion website covering news that matters to conservatives throughout Florida and the United States.

Our articles and posts are fact-checked and edited, and BizPac Review content is accepted by and listed with Google News.

BizPac Review is a major new conservative media outlet that provides an alternative to legacy media in Palm Beach County, Florida and the nation."


HAhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!



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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Tue 31 Mar, 2015 05:06 am
@coldjoint,
More of YOUR usual. Fact checked by who???????? They don't even call themselves a news outlet, The claim to be a "media outlet". Just like Disney.

How is "conservative" news, news?
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coldjoint
 
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Reply Tue 31 Mar, 2015 10:32 am
http://a.disquscdn.com/get?url=http%3A%2F%2Fimgur.com%2FQvb2jdN.gif&key=6K2XrfAOVdrRY9sL3T0Mnw&w=600&h=635
http://twitchy.com/2015/03/28/email-scandal-taking-a-hit-on-hillary-clintons-favorability-rating/
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jcboy
 
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Reply Sun 5 Apr, 2015 06:52 pm
In the last two weeks the GOP and their presidential candidates have made statements on gay rights and international relations that very well may have accelerated the death spiral of the GOP.

Obama May Have Inadvertently Announced The Death Of The Republican Party

Quote:
Last Friday, President Obama gave a speech at the Hill Air Force Base in Utah about his plan to put 75,000 people to work installing solar panels by the year 2020. The majority of those people would be veterans. He also proved why anyone who is not concerned about climate change has absolved himself or herself of being capable of talking about the United States economy, let alone crafting policy about it.

President Obama said in his speech:

“We’ve got to be relentless in our work to grow the economy and create good jobs. And that’s why we have to redouble our efforts to make sure that we’re competitive, to make sure that we’re taking the steps that are needed for us to be successful.”

To a normal person, the program might seem to be a great idea. However, in a country where radical neo-conservatism and anti-science sentiment ravages the sensibilities of both politicians and constituencies, Obama’s speech might equate to “fighting words” for many.


hawkeye10
 
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Reply Sun 5 Apr, 2015 07:20 pm
@jcboy,
Quote:
In the last two weeks the GOP and their presidential candidates have made statements on gay rights and international relations that very well may have accelerated the death spiral of the GOP.
This being the one and same GOP that keeps winning more elections than the D's?
TheCobbler
 
  1  
Reply Tue 7 Apr, 2015 12:02 am
@hawkeye10,
When both sides of our electorate get bought off by the rich then what do we do next?
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bobsal u1553115
 
  1  
Reply Thu 9 Apr, 2015 02:54 pm
Turn out a better than 30% of voters on elections?
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hawkeye10
 
  1  
Reply Thu 9 Apr, 2015 03:46 pm
@TheCobbler,
TheCobbler wrote:

When both sides of our electorate get bought off by the rich then what do we do next?

Condemn both sides, demand reform, and if we dont get it launch a revolution. This ain't complicated.
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bobsal u1553115
 
  1  
Reply Fri 10 Apr, 2015 09:20 am

The Same Right-Wing Bozos Who Lied the U.S. into Iraq Are Peddling Nonsense About Obama's Iran Deal

A Brave New Films video shows history repeating itself.
By Steven Rosenfeld / AlterNet
April 6, 2015

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The same hawks who lied about the nuclear threat from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq before President George W. Bush invaded in 2003 are loudly trying to derail President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

“Doesn’t this sound familiar,” begins a short video (embedded at the bottom of this article) by Brave New Films that highlights the neo-cons’ return, followed by side-by-side quotes from before the invasion of Iraq and rants against an Iran deal. “They are trying to sabotage international negotiations.”

As the video shows, history can repeat itself.

There’s Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying a decade ago that “a nuclear-armed Saddam will place the security of our whole world at risk,” and in his address to the Congress last month, “So too, Iran’s regime poses a grave threat to the peace of the entire world.”

There’s then-Rep. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, in 2001 reciting the lie that Saddam had “procured materials that could only be used in nuclear weapons,” and today saying, as a U.S. senator, “They tried to create a nuclear program, not a peaceful nuclear power plant. They are the enemy of us.”

There’s former Bush administration U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, who recently wrote a New York Times op-ed saying we should bomb Iran. On the video, he calls the White House’s negotiated solution “an act of surrender.”

This weekend, Netanyahu appeared on three U.S. TV networks, calling it “a bad deal.” Graham, on CBS, called Obama “a flawed negotiator” and said the next president would do better. And Bolton said White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest was “just making things up,” as he described in a press conference what had been achieved.

“The best way to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon is through a verified negoitiated agreement,” Secretary of State John Kerry said on camera, days before the White House announced a deal framework. “It would be the height of irresponsibility to walk away from a table when and if a peaceful resolution might be within reach.”
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The Brave New Films video points out what’s missing in this round of sniping between neo-cons who would rather go to war, and a White House that is seeking a diplomatic solution. The Iraq war saw more than 6,800 U.S. soldiers killed, more than 52,000 wounded, many times that number returning home with post-traumatic stress injuries, $4 trillion in taxpayer dollars spent, and more than 154,000 Iraqi civilian deaths.

Nonetheless, the country is witnessing the start of new political debate about the wisdom of using force or diplomacy with Iran. In Congress, Republican leaders are saying they want meaningful input, but whether that’s more than saying no remains to be seen.

Meanwhile, Netanyahu has launched a full-court lobbying effort to get the Republicans to torpedo the deal. On Monday, Israel issued a set of talking points for what it wants in the deal, most of which has been rejected by the White House as deal-breakers.

There’s another curious development that is going to impact the 2016 presidential race. In 2001, some of the earliest lobbying for a war of choice with Iraq was by the Washington-based Project for a New American Century. Jeb Bush is one of its 25 co-founders.

Nine days after the 9/11 atacks, PNAC wrote to President George W. Bush saying that after invading Afghanistan, Iraq must be next. “Even if evidence does not link Iraq directly to the attack, any strategy aiming at the eradication of terrorism and its sponsors must include a determined effort to remove Saddam Hussein from power,” they said.

At the time, Jeb Bush was seen as lacking any foreign policy experience, Politico.com noted, so he surrounded himself with hawks tied to his brother’s White House. Bush’s recent reaction to the White House deal was to echo the neo-con choir condemning it.

“Nothing in the deal described by the administration this afternoon would justify lifting U.S. and international sanctions, which were the product of many years of bipartisan effort,” the 2016 presidential candidate told CNN. “I cannot stand behind such a flawed agreement.”

The assertion that years of sanctions are working is patently untrue, as Obama told the New York Times in a lengthy interview this weekend.

“We know that if we do nothing, other than just maintain sanctions, that they will continue with the building of their nuclear infrastructure and we’ll have less insight into what exactly is happening,” Obama said. “If we can have vigorous inspections, unprecedented, and we know at every point along their nuclear chain exactly what they’re doing and that lasts for 20 years, and for the first 10 years their program is not just frozen but effectively rolled back to a larger degree, and we know that even if they wanted to cheat we would have at least a year, which is about three times longer than we’d have right now, and we would have insights into their programs that we’ve never had before. In that circumstance, the notion that we wouldn’t take that deal right now and that that would not be in Israel’s interest is simply incorrect.”

Watch the video from Brave New Films, How Perpetual War Fuels Terrorism below:

Steven Rosenfeld covers national political issues for AlterNet, including America's retirement crisis, democracy and voting rights, and campaigns and elections. He is the author of "Count My Vote: A Citizen's Guide to Voting" (AlterNet Books, 2008).
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bobsal u1553115
 
  1  
Reply Fri 10 Apr, 2015 09:22 am

The Same Right-Wing Bozos Who Lied the U.S. into Iraq Are Peddling Nonsense About Obama's Iran Deal

A Brave New Films video shows history repeating itself.

By Steven Rosenfeld / AlterNet
April 6, 2015


The same hawks who lied about the nuclear threat from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq before President George W. Bush invaded in 2003 are loudly trying to derail President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

“Doesn’t this sound familiar,” begins a short video (embedded at the bottom of this article) by Brave New Films that highlights the neo-cons’ return, followed by side-by-side quotes from before the invasion of Iraq and rants against an Iran deal. “They are trying to sabotage international negotiations.”

As the video shows, history can repeat itself.

There’s Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying a decade ago that “a nuclear-armed Saddam will place the security of our whole world at risk,” and in his address to the Congress last month, “So too, Iran’s regime poses a grave threat to the peace of the entire world.”

There’s then-Rep. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, in 2001 reciting the lie that Saddam had “procured materials that could only be used in nuclear weapons,” and today saying, as a U.S. senator, “They tried to create a nuclear program, not a peaceful nuclear power plant. They are the enemy of us.”

There’s former Bush administration U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, who recently wrote a New York Times op-ed saying we should bomb Iran. On the video, he calls the White House’s negotiated solution “an act of surrender.”

This weekend, Netanyahu appeared on three U.S. TV networks, calling it “a bad deal.” Graham, on CBS, called Obama “a flawed negotiator” and said the next president would do better. And Bolton said White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest was “just making things up,” as he described in a press conference what had been achieved.

“The best way to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon is through a verified negoitiated agreement,” Secretary of State John Kerry said on camera, days before the White House announced a deal framework. “It would be the height of irresponsibility to walk away from a table when and if a peaceful resolution might be within reach.”
ADVERTISEMENT

The Brave New Films video points out what’s missing in this round of sniping between neo-cons who would rather go to war, and a White House that is seeking a diplomatic solution. The Iraq war saw more than 6,800 U.S. soldiers killed, more than 52,000 wounded, many times that number returning home with post-traumatic stress injuries, $4 trillion in taxpayer dollars spent, and more than 154,000 Iraqi civilian deaths.

Nonetheless, the country is witnessing the start of new political debate about the wisdom of using force or diplomacy with Iran. In Congress, Republican leaders are saying they want meaningful input, but whether that’s more than saying no remains to be seen.

Meanwhile, Netanyahu has launched a full-court lobbying effort to get the Republicans to torpedo the deal. On Monday, Israel issued a set of talking points for what it wants in the deal, most of which has been rejected by the White House as deal-breakers.

There’s another curious development that is going to impact the 2016 presidential race. In 2001, some of the earliest lobbying for a war of choice with Iraq was by the Washington-based Project for a New American Century. Jeb Bush is one of its 25 co-founders.

Nine days after the 9/11 atacks, PNAC wrote to President George W. Bush saying that after invading Afghanistan, Iraq must be next. “Even if evidence does not link Iraq directly to the attack, any strategy aiming at the eradication of terrorism and its sponsors must include a determined effort to remove Saddam Hussein from power,” they said.

At the time, Jeb Bush was seen as lacking any foreign policy experience, Politico.com noted, so he surrounded himself with hawks tied to his brother’s White House. Bush’s recent reaction to the White House deal was to echo the neo-con choir condemning it.

“Nothing in the deal described by the administration this afternoon would justify lifting U.S. and international sanctions, which were the product of many years of bipartisan effort,” the 2016 presidential candidate told CNN. “I cannot stand behind such a flawed agreement.”

The assertion that years of sanctions are working is patently untrue, as Obama told the New York Times in a lengthy interview this weekend.

“We know that if we do nothing, other than just maintain sanctions, that they will continue with the building of their nuclear infrastructure and we’ll have less insight into what exactly is happening,” Obama said. “If we can have vigorous inspections, unprecedented, and we know at every point along their nuclear chain exactly what they’re doing and that lasts for 20 years, and for the first 10 years their program is not just frozen but effectively rolled back to a larger degree, and we know that even if they wanted to cheat we would have at least a year, which is about three times longer than we’d have right now, and we would have insights into their programs that we’ve never had before. In that circumstance, the notion that we wouldn’t take that deal right now and that that would not be in Israel’s interest is simply incorrect.”

Watch the video from Brave New Films, How Perpetual War Fuels Terrorism below:

Steven Rosenfeld covers national political issues for AlterNet, including America's retirement crisis, democracy and voting rights, and campaigns and elections. He is the author of "Count My Vote: A Citizen's Guide to Voting" (AlterNet Books, 2008).
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andy31
 
  -1  
Reply Sun 12 Apr, 2015 11:13 am
@TheCobbler,
OMG! Seriously???

Quote:
Can you name one speech by ANY republican in the last 8 years that exemplifies such hope and concern for human rights?


Ooo yeah! With his smooth talk he already fooled us twice. NOW WE ARE ALL PAYING FOR IT!

You are proud to be democrat? I would be ashamed!

First he sweet-talk-us into voting for him, than he lied time after time along with other democrats to finally, like thief at night, shuffle in our throat, the most destructive system, which is Obama Care.

Where were you?? Under the rock?
Or you just smoke something to feel happy!!!?
ehBeth
 
  2  
Reply Sun 12 Apr, 2015 11:14 am
@andy31,
That did not answer the question.
 

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