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Fitzgerald Investigation of Leak of Identity of CIA Agent

 
 
Merry Andrew
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 12:31 pm
@genoves,
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Merry Andrew--I must say that I am overwhelmed by your incisive and persuasive rebuttal of my evidence.


Wasn't talking about your so-called "evidence." Every lawyer knows that anything and everything can be presented as "evidence" and, if you're glib enough, be presented as persuasive to a gullible jury. No great trick to that and it wasn't the issue I was addressing.

No, no. That last post of mine was pure character assassination, noting more, nothing less. Intended as such, too. Your on-line chracter, your persona needs to be assassinated. And quickly, my friend. You're all smoke and mirrors but you do cause great consternation among the members of that gullible jury by giving the totally bogus appearance of being knowledgeable. Perhaps even "fair and balanced." As I said: smoke and mirrors.
Advocate
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 03:36 pm
Silly me! I actually thought that the one thing done by the Reps that would bring on deep revulsion by other Reps would be outing a CIA spy for political revenge. But there is virtually nothing that is too putrid or beyond the pale that the Reps will not embrace.
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 04:43 pm
@Advocate,
That's proven every day with Limbaugh, Hannity, Palin, Cheney, and joe the plumber.

I think they want Colin Powell to resign from the republican party. LOL
DontTreadOnMe
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 05:25 pm
@cicerone imposter,
cicerone imposter wrote:

That's proven every day with Limbaugh, Hannity, Palin, Cheney, and joe the plumber.

I think they want Colin Powell to resign from the republican party. LOL


it may be coming to a head. i know a lot of republicans, but they are a lot closer to powell than the quintet you mentioned. those guys... i don't know what they are. sure as hell aren't conservative.
okie
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 06:06 pm
@DontTreadOnMe,
DTOM, to put this into proper perspective, lets be serious, Powell endorsed Obama, rated as the most liberal or almost most liberal senator in Congress. Now, lets all be honest, that is not typical of somebody that claims to be a mainstream Republican, or a Republican at all. The guy has lost his marbles if he thinks reasonable people are going to swallow that. Either Powell returns to being a Republican, or he just isn't one.

Admittedly, quite a few Republicans were hornswoggled by Obama into believing he was some kind of a moderate, but the truth is you have to look at what Obama has done, what he has voted for, not what he says. I think Powell has a few things to learn about politics. And I tend to agree with Limbaugh, Powell was taken up with the "historic" nonsense about Obama being elected as the first black president rather than what Obama stands for politically.
genoves
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 06:08 pm
@Merry Andrew,
I am very sorry, Merry Andrew, but you don't have the intellect, character or stamina it would take to even lay a bruise on me. Go play with your dildo!!
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genoves
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 06:18 pm
The very fact that you posted the nonsense below shows that you live in a world probably occupied by nincompoops.

Merry Andrew wrote
Wasn't talking about your so-called "evidence." Every lawyer knows that anything and everything can be presented as "evidence" and, if you're glib enough, be presented as persuasive to a gullible jury. No great trick to that and it wasn't the issue I was addressing.

***************************************************************

Just try presenting a nude picture of the lady judge trying your case and see how long your butt would last in the courtroom.




If, as it appears,you are so disturbed by my posts on these threads, you have clear choices,

l. Don't read my posts

2. Put my posts on ignore

3. or, best of all, if you have an IQ over 100, try to marshall up arguments which will destroy my posts and make my positions appear to be totally ludicrous. If you were a man with a good intellect and intestinal fortitude, you might try that--But you probably know that no one has been able to do that thus far. Many run from my posts in fear.

Why don't you try, Merry Andrew?
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okie
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 06:34 pm
@DontTreadOnMe,
DontTreadOnMe wrote:

cicerone imposter wrote:

That's proven every day with Limbaugh, Hannity, Palin, Cheney, and joe the plumber.

I think they want Colin Powell to resign from the republican party. LOL


it may be coming to a head. i know a lot of republicans, but they are a lot closer to powell than the quintet you mentioned. those guys... i don't know what they are. sure as hell aren't conservative.

I addressed this once, but another observation is in order. Limbaugh, Hannity, Palin, and Cheney are far more conservative than Powell. No way Powell can claim to be anything remotely conservative when he votes for a senator with the most liberal voting record in the Senate, or very close to it. There is no doubt that "Liberal = Democrat," so if you are going to vote for Democrats, you do not qualify as a Republican, unless he sees the error of his ways and returns to conservative beliefs. You cannot support wildeyed liberal politicians and claim to be a Republican, or if you do, you don't have any credibility.
DontTreadOnMe
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 06:35 pm
@okie,
not possible to have "obama republicans" similar to "reagan democrats" ?
okie
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 06:57 pm
@DontTreadOnMe,
DontTreadOnMe wrote:

not possible to have "obama republicans" similar to "reagan democrats" ?

No, I don't think so.

My parents were good examples of Reagan Democrats, they were old fashioned democrats, except without the racism of southern white Democrats. So there have been, and still are a percentage of Democrats that hold sound conservative values. I think the modern Democratic Party = almost pure Liberalism. It is I would estimate 90% liberalism and 10% conservative, in terms of the platform or internal power structure of the party, while registered Democrats are more like 60/40. Thats why I can't figure out why they vote Democrat. I know this by being familiar with the beliefs of several Democrats, some may be pro-life, yet the party leaves no room for this belief, none, also pro-gun rights, the party doesn't offer much, and they are far more conservative than Obama on many issues, but they still voted for Obama. It makes no sense.

In contrast, the Republican Party, its internal power structure, or platform, is about 60% conservative and 40% liberal, or maybe 70 /30. The percentage would be debatable, but the party is far more moderate in its policies than the Democrats. Therefore, a Republican that holds moderate views or even liberal views has much less need to vote Democrat, unless they are almost entirely liberal, and then why claim to be a Republican?

At least in the old days, both parties believed in capitalism and they both loved their country, and I honestly cannot say that about the Democrat Party anymore. I don't mean to insult, but facts speak for themselves, otherwise why would Obama sit and listen to the America hating pastor that preached hatred on a routine basis, and why does Obama routinely go around the world apologizing? I think it is disgraceful, and I honestly have a hard time believing this guy would get 10% of the vote, let alone be elected.
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cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 11:10 pm
@DontTreadOnMe,
Naw, they're fear mongers, and advocates for the wealthy; they don't want more taxes paid by the rich. Talk about brain-washed!
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Endymion
 
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Reply Mon 25 May, 2009 11:17 pm

Brainwashed = Enslaved

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genoves
 
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Reply Tue 26 May, 2009 12:03 am
Okie wrote:

At least in the old days, both parties believed in capitalism and they both loved their country, and I honestly cannot say that about the Democrat Party anymore. I don't mean to insult, but facts speak for themselves, otherwise why would Obama sit and listen to the America hating pastor that preached hatred on a routine basis, and why does Obama routinely go around the world apologizing? I think it is disgraceful, and I honestly have a hard time believing this guy would get 10% of the vote, let alone be elected.

*****************************************************************

Okie, Obama did not get a majority of the white vote. Despite the fact that there was a weak candidate put up by the Republicans, Obama got a little less than 48% of the white vote.

He got almost all of the Afro-America vote. Of course I have learned that Afro-Americans would vote for Minister Farrakhan rather than, let us say, Ted Kennedy. Blackness is all.

He got most of the Latino vote. Of course, many of the Latinos were and still are unable to read the Editorial Pages so they voted blindly.

But, back to Barack Hussein Obama. If you read his autobiographies, you will pick up a sense that he agrees with Minister Wright when Minster Wright said, from the pulpit--God Damn America. Obama has a vision of where he wants America to go. African Americans must be uplifted. Greedy CEO's must be punished. America must apologize to the scumbags in the Muslim Countries.

Obama is and was angry. Read his autobiographies!

But, there is still hope Okie. There is an election in 2010. How will the American people react when there is still a 10%( or more) Unemployment Rate in 2010 when the campaigns begin? How will the Obama apologists explain to the people that, even though the Messiah has been in office for a year(January 2010), the Unemployment Rate has been horrible since he was elected.

Keep posting Okie!!!
Merry Andrew
 
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Reply Tue 26 May, 2009 12:22 pm
@genoves,
genoves wrote:

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Keep posting Okie!!!


Yes,do! I badly need the occasional laugh.
genoves
 
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Reply Tue 26 May, 2009 03:09 pm
@Merry Andrew,
Re: genoves(Post 3659822)
genoves wrote:

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Keep posting Okie!!!

Yes,do! I badly need the occasional laugh says Merry Andrew-

Okie- You are getting to them--Instead of trying to rebut your posts with evidence, they offer puerile retorts.
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genoves
 
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Reply Tue 26 May, 2009 03:10 pm
Okie wrote:

At least in the old days, both parties believed in capitalism and they both loved their country, and I honestly cannot say that about the Democrat Party anymore. I don't mean to insult, but facts speak for themselves, otherwise why would Obama sit and listen to the America hating pastor that preached hatred on a routine basis, and why does Obama routinely go around the world apologizing? I think it is disgraceful, and I honestly have a hard time believing this guy would get 10% of the vote, let alone be elected.

*****************************************************************

Okie, Obama did not get a majority of the white vote. Despite the fact that there was a weak candidate put up by the Republicans, Obama got a little less than 48% of the white vote.

He got almost all of the Afro-America vote. Of course I have learned that Afro-Americans would vote for Minister Farrakhan rather than, let us say, Ted Kennedy. Blackness is all.

He got most of the Latino vote. Of course, many of the Latinos were and still are unable to read the Editorial Pages so they voted blindly.

But, back to Barack Hussein Obama. If you read his autobiographies, you will pick up a sense that he agrees with Minister Wright when Minster Wright said, from the pulpit--God Damn America. Obama has a vision of where he wants America to go. African Americans must be uplifted. Greedy CEO's must be punished. America must apologize to the scumbags in the Muslim Countries.

Obama is and was angry. Read his autobiographies!

But, there is still hope Okie. There is an election in 2010. How will the American people react when there is still a 10%( or more) Unemployment Rate in 2010 when the campaigns begin? How will the Obama apologists explain to the people that, even though the Messiah has been in office for a year(January 2010), the Unemployment Rate has been horrible since he was elected.

Keep posting Okie!!!
okie
 
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Reply Wed 27 May, 2009 09:28 am
@genoves,
I agree pretty much 99%. The black population always votes 90% Democratic, so voting for Obama was a double whammy for the Repubs to overcome. Same with Spanish Americans and Mexican immigrants, they tend to be more socialistic in their political views, so Democrat they go.

Another problem, as the U.S. loses more manufacturing jobs to China and other places, and as the Middle Class is taxed out of existence, Democrats gain more voters. Drop out rates in inner cities gender more helplessness and more Democrat voters that promise them more and more money, to be funded by the so-called "rich." The rich only has so much money, and as it is drained dry, we are going to be in bigger trouble.
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cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Wed 27 May, 2009 12:17 pm
@DontTreadOnMe,
They're no longer conservatives, but the members of the "No Party." They say "no" to everything, but fail to provide solutions to their no's. Bunch of losers!
Merry Andrew
 
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Reply Wed 27 May, 2009 12:23 pm
@cicerone imposter,
Right you are, c.i. The GOP is having a terrible time accepting the fact that it is now a minority party with very little clout either in Washington or among the American people. In many ways I sympathize with them but they brought it on themselves by allowing the extreme right-wingers to get hold of the helm. As long as the Republican Party remains unwilling to repudiate the likes of Cheney and Gingrich and the whole Bush cartel, it will continue to lose adherents.
Cycloptichorn
 
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Reply Wed 27 May, 2009 12:33 pm
@Merry Andrew,
Merry Andrew wrote:

Right you are, c.i. The GOP is having a terrible time accepting the fact that it is now a minority party with very little clout either in Washington or among the American people. In many ways I sympathize with them but they brought it on themselves by allowing the extreme right-wingers to get hold of the helm. As long as the Republican Party remains unwilling to repudiate the likes of Cheney and Gingrich and the whole Bush cartel, it will continue to lose adherents.


They keep referring to each other as 'speaker' and 'majority leader.' It's pretty funny.

Cycloptichorn
 

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