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Benghazi Scandal  - 
 
In the series House of Cards, Claire Underwood is a highly ambitious, ruthless woman who will lie, cheat and steal to get what she wants and crush anyone in her way. People die around the Underwoods. She reminds one of another woman currently in the news.

A federal judge has exploded over the endless delaying of the Obama regime’s releasing of Hillary Clinton’s emails:

"An irritated federal judge Thursday put the Hillary Clinton email scandal into stark terms, grilling the State Department on a pattern of delayed document releases that has turned a possible bureaucratic logjam into a major problem for the leading Democratic presidential contender.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon, known for his blunt manner, said he simply did not understand why the State Department has dragged its feet on responses for emails in requests to the Freedom of Information Act."
  In the series House of Cards, Claire Underwood is a highly ambitious, ruthless woman who will lie, cheat and steal to get what she wants and crus
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In the series House of Cards, Claire Underwood is a highly ambitious, ruthless woman who will lie, cheat and steal to get what she wants and crush anyone in her way. People die around the Underwoods. She reminds one of another woman currently in the news.

A federal judge has exploded over the endless delaying of the Obama regime’s releasing of Hillary Clinton’s emails:

"An irritated federal judge Thursday put the Hillary Clinton email scandal into stark terms, grilling the State Department on a pattern of delayed document releases that has turned a possible bureaucratic logjam into a major problem for the leading Democratic presidential contender.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon, known for his blunt manner, said he simply did not understand why the State Department has dragged its feet on responses for emails in requests to the Freedom of Information Act."
  In the series House of Cards, Claire Underwood is a highly ambitious, ruthless woman who will lie, cheat and steal to get what she wants and crus
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I would say a pair of queen, clover and spade but..the dealer got four aces.
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Addressing a gaggle of dictators comprising the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Obama feigned a weak lament that although he considered himself a good president, he could not run again. That pesky thing called a Constitution that his Administration has trampled on for six years was in the way.  "I cannot run again.  I can't run again," he sighed.  Having suffered headaches from listening to a lack of veracity in his pronouncements over the years, I thought, something's not right here.  What has he really done?

The answer was simple.  My sense is that the strategy to retain power was likely developed during the latter part of his first term in office.  He and Jarrett had been allowed to treat the Congress and the Supreme Court with disdain and disrespect, and dismiss the Constitution as little more than an annoyance.  The media had applauded with abandon and encouraged them, . .  of course the Constitution was an irritant to their visionary and brilliant leader.

The Re-election Plan:

The Clintons and the Obama/Jarrett cabals have intensely disliked one another.  Bill believed that his pivotal support of Obama in the 2012 election would win his wife O/J's support in the future.  Not a chance.  Bill couldn't be believed, but then neither could Obama/Jarrett.  Bill lost that gamble.
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Again, if he's planning martial law, he would not have run to the UN over this nuke deal to stop the next president from undoing it.
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Conservative Voice News  - 
 
Barack Obama is a fundamentally dishonest man. I have stated here repeatedly that I believe him to be a sociopath– not unlike Frank Underwood in House of Cards and I am more convinced of it every time Obama speaks. His endless lying about the ACA is the stuff of legend but what really stands out is his sheer audacious mendacity. When asked if he mislead the country about the ACA, Obama said unequivocally:

“No. I did not.”

Barack Obama is a bald faced liar.  And he just can’t stop. The other night Obama appeared on the TV show of his water boy Jonathan Stewart. In the “interview” Obama blamed Congress for the IRS targeting conservative groups:
  Barack Obama is a fundamentally dishonest man. I have stated here repeatedly that I believe him to be a sociopath- not unlike Frank Underwood in H
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barry hussein obaaaama a liar, what did you expect from a community organizer from Chicago. I expected and got the most worthless piece of shit to ever hold office
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Barack Obama is a fundamentally dishonest man. I have stated here repeatedly that I believe him to be a sociopath– not unlike Frank Underwood in House of Cards and I am more convinced of it every time Obama speaks. His endless lying about the ACA is the stuff of legend but what really stands out is his sheer audacious mendacity. When asked if he mislead the country about the ACA, Obama said unequivocally:

“No. I did not.”

Barack Obama is a bald faced liar.  And he just can’t stop. The other night Obama appeared on the TV show of his water boy Jonathan Stewart. In the “interview” Obama blamed Congress for the IRS targeting conservative groups:
  Barack Obama is a fundamentally dishonest man. I have stated here repeatedly that I believe him to be a sociopath- not unlike Frank Underwood in H
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It’s sometimes said that you can tell a lot about a person by the friends they keep. That makes sense. Friendships are generally based on complementary personalities, shared values, and a variety of intangibles that cause people to bond.

Money in politics is a similar barometer. The vast majority of Americans never donate any money to politicians or get involved in politics at all. For all of the kvetching about money in politics, there’s really not that much there. In 2012 a total of $6 billion was spent on politics. That includes spending by campaigns, outside groups, and independent organizations. To put that in perspective, Americans spend almost twice that amount on bottled water each year, five times as much at McDonalds and twelve times that on the lottery.

In addition, it’s only a small minority of Americans who donate to political campaigns at all, about 11% on average. Eleven percent sounds low, but that’s actually enormous when compared to the .05% of donors who provide $2.7 billion of that $6 billion by making contributions of $2,600 or more. Talk about “The 1%”! Campaigns seem to be funded largely from “The .05%”. Here’s the breakdown: 89% of Americans give $0 dollars to campaigns, 10.5% give a total of $3.3 billion, while .05% of the population give the other $2.7 billion. That means that a total of about 15,000 people are responsible for almost half the money spent on our elections… out of 315 million people.
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If conservative is not nominated then my vote goes third party or I stay home and save gas
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In the series House of Cards, Claire Underwood is a highly ambitious, ruthless woman who will lie, cheat and steal to get what she wants and crush anyone in her way. People die around the Underwoods. She reminds one of another woman currently in the news.

A federal judge has exploded over the endless delaying of the Obama regime’s releasing of Hillary Clinton’s emails:

"An irritated federal judge Thursday put the Hillary Clinton email scandal into stark terms, grilling the State Department on a pattern of delayed document releases that has turned a possible bureaucratic logjam into a major problem for the leading Democratic presidential contender.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon, known for his blunt manner, said he simply did not understand why the State Department has dragged its feet on responses for emails in requests to the Freedom of Information Act."
  In the series House of Cards, Claire Underwood is a highly ambitious, ruthless woman who will lie, cheat and steal to get what she wants and crus
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Addressing a gaggle of dictators comprising the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Obama feigned a weak lament that although he considered himself a good president, he could not run again. That pesky thing called a Constitution that his Administration has trampled on for six years was in the way.  "I cannot run again.  I can't run again," he sighed.  Having suffered headaches from listening to a lack of veracity in his pronouncements over the years, I thought, something's not right here.  What has he really done?

The answer was simple.  My sense is that the strategy to retain power was likely developed during the latter part of his first term in office.  He and Jarrett had been allowed to treat the Congress and the Supreme Court with disdain and disrespect, and dismiss the Constitution as little more than an annoyance.  The media had applauded with abandon and encouraged them, . .  of course the Constitution was an irritant to their visionary and brilliant leader.

The Re-election Plan:

The Clintons and the Obama/Jarrett cabals have intensely disliked one another.  Bill believed that his pivotal support of Obama in the 2012 election would win his wife O/J's support in the future.  Not a chance.  Bill couldn't be believed, but then neither could Obama/Jarrett.  Bill lost that gamble.
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+Curt Smith

Wow things are weird on your planet. You should try coming to earth once in a while. You are a conspiracy loon. 
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Addressing a gaggle of dictators comprising the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Obama feigned a weak lament that although he considered himself a good president, he could not run again. That pesky thing called a Constitution that his Administration has trampled on for six years was in the way.  "I cannot run again.  I can't run again," he sighed.  Having suffered headaches from listening to a lack of veracity in his pronouncements over the years, I thought, something's not right here.  What has he really done?

The answer was simple.  My sense is that the strategy to retain power was likely developed during the latter part of his first term in office.  He and Jarrett had been allowed to treat the Congress and the Supreme Court with disdain and disrespect, and dismiss the Constitution as little more than an annoyance.  The media had applauded with abandon and encouraged them, . .  of course the Constitution was an irritant to their visionary and brilliant leader.

The Re-election Plan:

The Clintons and the Obama/Jarrett cabals have intensely disliked one another.  Bill believed that his pivotal support of Obama in the 2012 election would win his wife O/J's support in the future.  Not a chance.  Bill couldn't be believed, but then neither could Obama/Jarrett.  Bill lost that gamble.
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THESE TWO MARXISTS BELONG ON DEATH ROW...
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Open Discussion  - 
 
Barack Obama is a fundamentally dishonest man. I have stated here repeatedly that I believe him to be a sociopath– not unlike Frank Underwood in House of Cards and I am more convinced of it every time Obama speaks. His endless lying about the ACA is the stuff of legend but what really stands out is his sheer audacious mendacity. When asked if he mislead the country about the ACA, Obama said unequivocally:

“No. I did not.”

Barack Obama is a bald faced liar.  And he just can’t stop. The other night Obama appeared on the TV show of his water boy Jonathan Stewart. In the “interview” Obama blamed Congress for the IRS targeting conservative groups:
  Barack Obama is a fundamentally dishonest man. I have stated here repeatedly that I believe him to be a sociopath- not unlike Frank Underwood in H
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+Carl Dyson Brian Stelter? From CNN? Thats who is doing your analysis? Talk about brainwashing.
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It’s sometimes said that you can tell a lot about a person by the friends they keep. That makes sense. Friendships are generally based on complementary personalities, shared values, and a variety of intangibles that cause people to bond.

Money in politics is a similar barometer. The vast majority of Americans never donate any money to politicians or get involved in politics at all. For all of the kvetching about money in politics, there’s really not that much there. In 2012 a total of $6 billion was spent on politics. That includes spending by campaigns, outside groups, and independent organizations. To put that in perspective, Americans spend almost twice that amount on bottled water each year, five times as much at McDonalds and twelve times that on the lottery.

In addition, it’s only a small minority of Americans who donate to political campaigns at all, about 11% on average. Eleven percent sounds low, but that’s actually enormous when compared to the .05% of donors who provide $2.7 billion of that $6 billion by making contributions of $2,600 or more. Talk about “The 1%”! Campaigns seem to be funded largely from “The .05%”. Here’s the breakdown: 89% of Americans give $0 dollars to campaigns, 10.5% give a total of $3.3 billion, while .05% of the population give the other $2.7 billion. That means that a total of about 15,000 people are responsible for almost half the money spent on our elections… out of 315 million people.
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Only idiots (which includes the Media) want another Bush or Clinton. The donations prove we are becoming a nation run by oligarchs, which Bush and Clinton support with zeal. 
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It’s sometimes said that you can tell a lot about a person by the friends they keep. That makes sense. Friendships are generally based on complementary personalities, shared values, and a variety of intangibles that cause people to bond.

Money in politics is a similar barometer. The vast majority of Americans never donate any money to politicians or get involved in politics at all. For all of the kvetching about money in politics, there’s really not that much there. In 2012 a total of $6 billion was spent on politics. That includes spending by campaigns, outside groups, and independent organizations. To put that in perspective, Americans spend almost twice that amount on bottled water each year, five times as much at McDonalds and twelve times that on the lottery.

In addition, it’s only a small minority of Americans who donate to political campaigns at all, about 11% on average. Eleven percent sounds low, but that’s actually enormous when compared to the .05% of donors who provide $2.7 billion of that $6 billion by making contributions of $2,600 or more. Talk about “The 1%”! Campaigns seem to be funded largely from “The .05%”. Here’s the breakdown: 89% of Americans give $0 dollars to campaigns, 10.5% give a total of $3.3 billion, while .05% of the population give the other $2.7 billion. That means that a total of about 15,000 people are responsible for almost half the money spent on our elections… out of 315 million people.
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