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Deputy Chief 2012/09/06 03:24:52
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No affair with Gennifer Flowers, Just another Clinton LIE!
No sexual harrassment of Paula Jones, Just another Clinton LIE!
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  • Maynard 2012/09/06 11:55:46
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    Hillary asked billy if monica was as good as she was, his reply?


    CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR.

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  • ProVega 2012/09/09 05:53:12
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    Bill Clinton was the best president we ever had and he says Obama is the best choice in this election.
  • Deputy ... ProVega 2012/09/09 08:40:08
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    Bill Clinton has credibility issues. He was impeached for lying under Oath! Clinton really doesn't care much for Obama, he is supporting him to help Hilliary for 2016, then they can get back into the WhiteHouse. This endorsement is purely self pontificating with an agenda. Just like Hilliary staying with Bill after ALL of his sexual indiscretions for political gain, Slick Willy is doing the same with Obama. You notice Hilliary was NOT at the DNC
  • Deputy ... ProVega 2012/09/09 19:07:32 (edited)
    Deputy Chief
    There are dozens of problems in the Clinton speech. But let’s just start with the top ten:
    “Since 1961, for 52 years now, the Republicans have held the White House 28 years, the Democrats 24. In those 52 years, our private economy has produced 66 million private- sector jobs. So what's the job score? Republicans: twenty-four million. Democrats: forty-two.”

    Technically, this is true. Just as technically, Barack Obama should run screaming with his hair on fire from this statistic. There’s a reason for that: Clinton is measuring presidential tenure purely from inauguration to inauguration. For example, he’s taking jobs numbers from January 1981 to January 1985 to measure Reagan’s first term. Only one problem with this: by this standard, Barack Obama is the second-worst private jobs creator of the last half-century (George W. Bush is first, but still created far more net jobs than Obama overall, putting Obama dead last if you include state and federal jobs in the statistic). Which is why our unemployment rate is terrible.

    “Though I often disagree with Republicans, I actually never learned to hate them the way the far right that now controls their party seems to hate our president and a lot of other Democrats.”

    This is crapola. Clinton frequently says or implies that Republicans a...





























    There are dozens of problems in the Clinton speech. But let’s just start with the top ten:
    “Since 1961, for 52 years now, the Republicans have held the White House 28 years, the Democrats 24. In those 52 years, our private economy has produced 66 million private- sector jobs. So what's the job score? Republicans: twenty-four million. Democrats: forty-two.”

    Technically, this is true. Just as technically, Barack Obama should run screaming with his hair on fire from this statistic. There’s a reason for that: Clinton is measuring presidential tenure purely from inauguration to inauguration. For example, he’s taking jobs numbers from January 1981 to January 1985 to measure Reagan’s first term. Only one problem with this: by this standard, Barack Obama is the second-worst private jobs creator of the last half-century (George W. Bush is first, but still created far more net jobs than Obama overall, putting Obama dead last if you include state and federal jobs in the statistic). Which is why our unemployment rate is terrible.

    “Though I often disagree with Republicans, I actually never learned to hate them the way the far right that now controls their party seems to hate our president and a lot of other Democrats.”

    This is crapola. Clinton frequently says or implies that Republicans are racists who want to toss grandma off a cliff. Here’s what Clinton said about the Tea Party’s view of Barack Obama just a couple years ago: “They want to turn him into a space alien. It helps that his skin color is different. But their motivation is what it always is: power and money.” And when he was president, Clinton was fond of using the FBI to investigate his political opponents. His political guru, Dick Morris, suggested that Clinton try a “ricochet strategy” to link Republicans with terrorists. Clinton is a hater. He always has been, as Barack Obama should know. He just hides it well because he’s a genius politician.

    “We all know that [Obama] also tried to work with congressional Republicans on health care, debt reduction, and new jobs.”

    Really? Obamacare passed with precisely zero Republican votes, and only after the Democrats used legislative dirty tricks to pass it. On the debt reduction, Obama killed a deal with House Speaker John Boehner by trying to shoehorn massive tax increases into his final proposal. Republicans voted for Obama’s proposed – and sheepish – extension of the payroll tax rates. The Republican House has passed dozens of jobs bills. The Democratic Senate hasn’t even brought them to a vote. Obama’s budgets are so ridiculously non-moderate that they’ve received zero votes in the House and Senate – twice.

    “They want to get rid of those pesky financial regulations designed to prevent another crash and prohibit federal bailouts.”

    Ah, the irony. Obama’s Dodd-Frank regulations enshrine bailouts into law. And as for those “pesky financial regulations,” Clinton’s administration is responsible for doing away with the Glass-Steagall Act, the left’s favorite bugaboo on this score. The fact is that Democrats are the largest proponents of bailouts – hell, Clinton was championing Obama’s GM bailouts a few minutes after this point in the speech. And they’re the ones who designed the regulatory regime that created the subprime mortgage crisis.

    “I had this same thing happen in 1994 and early '95. We could see that the policies were working, that the economy was growing, but most people didn't feel it yet. Thankfully, by 1996, the economy was roaring, everybody felt it, and we were halfway through the longest peacetime expansion in the history of the United States.”

    Clinton’s policies were not working early in his tenure. The fabled Clinton recovery started under President George H.W. Bush; from January 1992 to January 1993, the H.W. Bush economy created 1.46 million jobs. Clinton’s job creation numbers only jumped after he admitted that he had raised taxes too much, proceeded to cut capital gains taxes in a major way, signed free trade acts, increased the death tax exemption, and worked with a Republican Congress to pass fiscally responsible budgets. The idea that Clinton just kept applying the same leftism in 1995 that he did in 1993 is a lie.

    “President Obama started with a much weaker economy than I did. Listen to me now. No president, no president -- not me, not any of my predecessors -- no one could have fully repaired all the damage that he found in just four years.”

    False. The economy Ronald Reagan inherited from DNC speaker Jimmy Carter was not significantly better off than the economy Obama inherited from Bush. In November 1980, inflation was increasing at an annualized rate of 12.6%; unemployment was 7.5%. Prime interest rates were at 19%. These statistics were about the same when Reagan took office. Within four years, Reagan had completely turned the economy around – in September 1983 alone, the Reagan economy produced over 1.1 million jobs. In November 1984, the unemployment rate was 7.2%, and inflation rate was 4.1%. There’s a reason Reagan won 49 states. And let's not even discuss how Warren G. Harding's administration dealt with the crippled economy left by Woodrow Wilson.

    “The Recovery Act saved or created millions of jobs and cut taxes -- let me say this again -- cut taxes for 95 percent of the American people.”

    Saved or created means nothing. Millions means nothing. This is pure hokum. According to certain analysis of CBO data, the Recovery Act – the stimulus – cost taxpayers over $4 million per job created. And as for cutting taxes for 95% of the American people, nearly half of all Americans don’t pay federal income taxes. So how can you give them a federal tax cut? You can’t. These are redistribution checks.

    “And in the last 29 months, our economy has produced about 4.5 million private-sector jobs. We could have done better, but last year the Republicans blocked the president's job plan, costing the economy more than a million new jobs. So here's another job score. President Obama: plus 4.5 million. Congressional Republicans: zero.”

    Love this magical thinking. If President Obama created 4.5 million jobs over the last 29 months, and if we’re supposed to date responsibility for job creation from the day people take office, then Congressional Republicans, who entered office in January 2011, are responsible for the creation of 2.9 million jobs, and Democrats in Congress are responsible for a massive net loss in jobs. And once again, every time Congressional Republicans attempt to pass jobs measures, President Obama stymies them with the help of his Senate Democratic majority.

    “During this period, more than 500,000 manufacturing jobs have been created under President Obama. That’s the first time manufacturing jobs have increased since the 1990s.”

    Picking and choosing periods again. Over the course of Obama’s tenure, approximately 500,000 manufacturing jobs have been lost on net.

    “He has offered a reasonable plan of $4 trillion in debt reduction over a decade, with $2.5 trillion coming from -- for every $2.5 trillion in spending cuts, he raises a dollar in new revenues, 2.5 to 1. And he has tight controls on future spending. That's the kind of balanced approach proposed by the Simpson-Bowles commission, a bipartisan commission.” http://www.breitbart.com/Big-...
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  • COMALite J ProVega 2012/09/10 06:44:49
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    Just so you know, Deputy Chief didn’t make up that lengthy point-by-point rebuttal. He copied-and-pasted practically the entirety of Ben Shapiro’s blog entry on Brietbart.com.

    He at least had the decency to post the link to it at the bottom when he posted it in Reply to me, but I see that he failed to do so with you.
  • JOJO 2012/09/09 05:10:45
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    Unlike Paul Ryan, the fact checkers could find nothing wrong with Mr. Clinton's speech. I'm not a fan of Mr. Clinton but I'm fair.
  • Jacob Mahurien 2012/09/09 02:21:17
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    I love how this year they were up in arms about the Republican's War on Women and who do they have as one of their key speakers? Slick Willie himself.
  • Deputy ... Jacob M... 2012/09/09 04:22:41
    Deputy Chief
    That is right Slick Willie who can put a cigar down for any woman.
  • USAISME 2012/09/09 00:01:24 (edited)
    The best representative that the DNC has to show respect for women is Bill Cl...
    USAISME
    Yeah, with an El Monico. Er, wait just a minute and let me rephrase this: He was handing out his pencil-sized version of a White Owl .
  • AndrewTally 2012/09/08 20:31:31
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    Bill Clinton is a bare-faced liar.

    It is well documented in Christopher HItchens' appropriately titled book "No one left to lie to".
  • COMALite J AndrewT... 2012/09/09 04:58:28
    COMALite J
    He may be a liar, but he didn’t lie in his DNC speech. Everything he said has been fact-checked and upheld to be the actual truth.
  • AndrewT... COMALite J 2012/09/09 10:23:16
    AndrewTally
    well that makes a pleasant change then.
  • Deputy ... COMALite J 2012/09/09 15:32:44 (edited)
    Deputy Chief
    That is incorrect. He was fact checked and many discrepancies were found.
    There are dozens of problems in the Clinton speech. But let’s just start with the top ten:
    “Since 1961, for 52 years now, the Republicans have held the White House 28 years, the Democrats 24. In those 52 years, our private economy has produced 66 million private- sector jobs. So what's the job score? Republicans: twenty-four million. Democrats: forty-two.”

    Technically, this is true. Just as technically, Barack Obama should run screaming with his hair on fire from this statistic. There’s a reason for that: Clinton is measuring presidential tenure purely from inauguration to inauguration. For example, he’s taking jobs numbers from January 1981 to January 1985 to measure Reagan’s first term. Only one problem with this: by this standard, Barack Obama is the second-worst private jobs creator of the last half-century (George W. Bush is first, but still created far more net jobs than Obama overall, putting Obama dead last if you include state and federal jobs in the statistic). Which is why our unemployment rate is terrible.

    “Though I often disagree with Republicans, I actually never learned to hate them the way the far right that now controls their party seems to hate our president and a lot of other Democrats.”

    ...




































    That is incorrect. He was fact checked and many discrepancies were found.
    There are dozens of problems in the Clinton speech. But let’s just start with the top ten:
    “Since 1961, for 52 years now, the Republicans have held the White House 28 years, the Democrats 24. In those 52 years, our private economy has produced 66 million private- sector jobs. So what's the job score? Republicans: twenty-four million. Democrats: forty-two.”

    Technically, this is true. Just as technically, Barack Obama should run screaming with his hair on fire from this statistic. There’s a reason for that: Clinton is measuring presidential tenure purely from inauguration to inauguration. For example, he’s taking jobs numbers from January 1981 to January 1985 to measure Reagan’s first term. Only one problem with this: by this standard, Barack Obama is the second-worst private jobs creator of the last half-century (George W. Bush is first, but still created far more net jobs than Obama overall, putting Obama dead last if you include state and federal jobs in the statistic). Which is why our unemployment rate is terrible.

    “Though I often disagree with Republicans, I actually never learned to hate them the way the far right that now controls their party seems to hate our president and a lot of other Democrats.”

    This is crapola. Clinton frequently says or implies that Republicans are racists who want to toss grandma off a cliff. Here’s what Clinton said about the Tea Party’s view of Barack Obama just a couple years ago: “They want to turn him into a space alien. It helps that his skin color is different. But their motivation is what it always is: power and money.” And when he was president, Clinton was fond of using the FBI to investigate his political opponents. His political guru, Dick Morris, suggested that Clinton try a “ricochet strategy” to link Republicans with terrorists. Clinton is a hater. He always has been, as Barack Obama should know. He just hides it well because he’s a genius politician.

    “We all know that [Obama] also tried to work with congressional Republicans on health care, debt reduction, and new jobs.”

    Really? Obamacare passed with precisely zero Republican votes, and only after the Democrats used legislative dirty tricks to pass it. On the debt reduction, Obama killed a deal with House Speaker John Boehner by trying to shoehorn massive tax increases into his final proposal. Republicans voted for Obama’s proposed – and sheepish – extension of the payroll tax rates. The Republican House has passed dozens of jobs bills. The Democratic Senate hasn’t even brought them to a vote. Obama’s budgets are so ridiculously non-moderate that they’ve received zero votes in the House and Senate – twice.

    “They want to get rid of those pesky financial regulations designed to prevent another crash and prohibit federal bailouts.”

    Ah, the irony. Obama’s Dodd-Frank regulations enshrine bailouts into law. And as for those “pesky financial regulations,” Clinton’s administration is responsible for doing away with the Glass-Steagall Act, the left’s favorite bugaboo on this score. The fact is that Democrats are the largest proponents of bailouts – hell, Clinton was championing Obama’s GM bailouts a few minutes after this point in the speech. And they’re the ones who designed the regulatory regime that created the subprime mortgage crisis.

    “I had this same thing happen in 1994 and early '95. We could see that the policies were working, that the economy was growing, but most people didn't feel it yet. Thankfully, by 1996, the economy was roaring, everybody felt it, and we were halfway through the longest peacetime expansion in the history of the United States.”

    Clinton’s policies were not working early in his tenure. The fabled Clinton recovery started under President George H.W. Bush; from January 1992 to January 1993, the H.W. Bush economy created 1.46 million jobs. Clinton’s job creation numbers only jumped after he admitted that he had raised taxes too much, proceeded to cut capital gains taxes in a major way, signed free trade acts, increased the death tax exemption, and worked with a Republican Congress to pass fiscally responsible budgets. The idea that Clinton just kept applying the same leftism in 1995 that he did in 1993 is a lie.

    “President Obama started with a much weaker economy than I did. Listen to me now. No president, no president -- not me, not any of my predecessors -- no one could have fully repaired all the damage that he found in just four years.”

    False. The economy Ronald Reagan inherited from DNC speaker Jimmy Carter was not significantly better off than the economy Obama inherited from Bush. In November 1980, inflation was increasing at an annualized rate of 12.6%; unemployment was 7.5%. Prime interest rates were at 19%. These statistics were about the same when Reagan took office. Within four years, Reagan had completely turned the economy around – in September 1983 alone, the Reagan economy produced over 1.1 million jobs. In November 1984, the unemployment rate was 7.2%, and inflation rate was 4.1%. There’s a reason Reagan won 49 states. And let's not even discuss how Warren G. Harding's administration dealt with the crippled economy left by Woodrow Wilson.

    “The Recovery Act saved or created millions of jobs and cut taxes -- let me say this again -- cut taxes for 95 percent of the American people.”

    Saved or created means nothing. Millions means nothing. This is pure hokum. According to certain analysis of CBO data, the Recovery Act – the stimulus – cost taxpayers over $4 million per job created. And as for cutting taxes for 95% of the American people, nearly half of all Americans don’t pay federal income taxes. So how can you give them a federal tax cut? You can’t. These are redistribution checks.

    “And in the last 29 months, our economy has produced about 4.5 million private-sector jobs. We could have done better, but last year the Republicans blocked the president's job plan, costing the economy more than a million new jobs. So here's another job score. President Obama: plus 4.5 million. Congressional Republicans: zero.”

    Love this magical thinking. If President Obama created 4.5 million jobs over the last 29 months, and if we’re supposed to date responsibility for job creation from the day people take office, then Congressional Republicans, who entered office in January 2011, are responsible for the creation of 2.9 million jobs, and Democrats in Congress are responsible for a massive net loss in jobs. And once again, every time Congressional Republicans attempt to pass jobs measures, President Obama stymies them with the help of his Senate Democratic majority.

    “During this period, more than 500,000 manufacturing jobs have been created under President Obama. That’s the first time manufacturing jobs have increased since the 1990s.”

    Picking and choosing periods again. Over the course of Obama’s tenure, approximately 500,000 manufacturing jobs have been lost on net.

    “He has offered a reasonable plan of $4 trillion in debt reduction over a decade, with $2.5 trillion coming from -- for every $2.5 trillion in spending cuts, he raises a dollar in new revenues, 2.5 to 1. And he has tight controls on future spending. That's the kind of balanced approach proposed by the Simpson-Bowles commission, a bipartisan commission.”

    This one’s so bad that even the Washington Post, Obama’s favorite news outlet, debunked it. The fact remains that both Simpson and Bowles are fans of Paul Ryan, the Republican VP nominee. And Obama rejected the Simpson-Bowles plan outright. As the Post puts it, “virtually no serious budget analyst agrees with this accounting.”
    This doesn’t even get to Clinton’s take on how many kids have been given healthcare they wouldn't otherwise have under Obamacare (false), his explanation of why health care costs haven’t risen as fast (bull), his take on Obama gutting welfare work requirements (absolute bunk), his description of Paul Ryan’s budget (garbage), his line about oil and gas exploration under Obama (nope), his narrative about student loans (a major stretch), his scare statements about Republicans poisoning air and water (nonsense), and his lionization of the GM bailout (horsepucky).
    In short, this was a Clinton classic: lies, lies, and more lies. It was lies posing as “arithmetic,” as Clinton put it. He says where he comes from, 2 + 2 = 4. Unfortunately, where he comes from, that may be the only math problem he can get right.
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  • COMALite J Deputy ... 2012/09/10 06:10:41 (edited)
    COMALite J
    In the inauguration-to-inauguration private sector jobs thing, technically correct. But how else would you propose we measure it? How many months into the Administration? Pick a metric that we can use.

    Obama’s record on private sector job creation is quite good. The rapidly increasing job loss started slowing down about two months into his Administration, then reversed direction, and became outright job growth just a few months later. He reduced public sector (government) jobs throughout, except for a brief spike involving lots of temporary Census workers (a once-a-decade thing). Bush grew the public sector jobs over many of the months of his term.

    See for yourself:

  • COMALite J Deputy ... 2012/09/10 06:34:44
    COMALite J
    I started a new Reply because I wanted those charts visible without having to click “More.” I was going to post a lengthy point-by-point rebuttal until I realized that you had simply copied-and-pasted Ben Shapiro’s entire article verbatim from the Brietbart blog. I prefer debating people who are actually capable of making their own points and thinking for themselves.

    I’ll just show one thing about the very next item that caught my eye, to show how dishonest Shapiro is:

    On Clinton “lying” about not hating Republicans, show me hatred in what he said. Pointing out where people are wrong is not hatred. Also, what “political guru” Dick Morris suggested to him has absolutely zero bearing on who he may or may not hate. Furthermore, the quote that Shapiro gave to “prove” his point was about the Tea Party, not Republicans in general.

    Next item: the key word in what Clinton said was “tried.” He was facing a Congress whose Senate Minority Leader had stated point-blank that their #1 priority was making Obama a one-term President.

    #1. Priority. Do you realize what that means? That means that there are no priorities higher than that! Not even saving the nation itself! Not even saving humanity!

    That’s what “#1 priority” means!
  • Deputy ... COMALite J 2012/09/10 21:54:27
    Deputy Chief
    Unemployment has increased since Obama has taken office. This does not demonstrate creation of new jobs, but a loss of jobs period. Food stamps entitlements have increased as well, which puts more people at poverty levels to achieve eligibility for this entitlement. We are NOT better off than 4 years ago and 6 Trillion Dolllar of increased national debt. Shameful.
    increased unemployment for obama increased food stamps for obama increased debt for obama
  • ALofRI 2012/09/08 20:26:43
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    Bill Clinton could have talked all night and wouldn't have time to tell as many lies as Liein' Ryan OR Rmoney did in their speeches. Lie, after lie after lie after lie after lie after lie............................. lie, etc.etc.
  • Pinball Wizard 2012/09/08 18:20:27
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    The Clinton Foundation have raised money for many great charities. Go back to blowing Romney & leave Bill alone.
  • Grandpa 2012/09/08 14:13:50 (edited)
    The best representative that the DNC has to show respect for women is Bill Cl...
    Grandpa
    +2
    Wonder how much he was paid to say all that Bull crap >>> Slick Willie is at it again more lies but at least no interns were invold >>> Vote wise in 2012
  • DUGGINS Grandpa 2012/09/08 18:09:01
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    Hey Grandpa! You got it right. Here's what the democrat party has become;

    posted on September 5, 2012 by Gary DeMar

    The Party of Atheists, Homosexuals, Abortionists, and Muslims


    Former President Bill Clinton’s Democratic convention speech includes this line: “The most important question is, what kind of country do you want to live in?” Good question

    It’s hard for me to believe that the majority of Americans want to live in a country where there is no God except the State, homosexual marriage is just like heterosexual marriage, abortion is a form of birth control, and Islam is on an equal footing with America’s Christian heritage.

    The majority of Americans believe in God, and yet the Democrats removed any mention of Him from their platform. It’s not that it was an oversight; it was a conscious effort since “God-given potential” was in the 2008 platform. When an attempt was made by Ted Strickland (D-OH) to reintroduce God, all hell broke loose. He was booed:

    Democrats have changed their convention platform to add a mention of God and declare that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. The move came after criticism from Republicans. Many in the audience booed after the convention chairman, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, ruled that the amendments had been approved despite t...




















    Hey Grandpa! You got it right. Here's what the democrat party has become;

    posted on September 5, 2012 by Gary DeMar

    The Party of Atheists, Homosexuals, Abortionists, and Muslims


    Former President Bill Clinton’s Democratic convention speech includes this line: “The most important question is, what kind of country do you want to live in?” Good question

    It’s hard for me to believe that the majority of Americans want to live in a country where there is no God except the State, homosexual marriage is just like heterosexual marriage, abortion is a form of birth control, and Islam is on an equal footing with America’s Christian heritage.

    The majority of Americans believe in God, and yet the Democrats removed any mention of Him from their platform. It’s not that it was an oversight; it was a conscious effort since “God-given potential” was in the 2008 platform. When an attempt was made by Ted Strickland (D-OH) to reintroduce God, all hell broke loose. He was booed:

    Democrats have changed their convention platform to add a mention of God and declare that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. The move came after criticism from Republicans. Many in the audience booed after the convention chairman, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, ruled that the amendments had been approved despite the fact that a large group of delegates objected.

    Notice that the criticism didn’t come from the Democrats.

    The Democrat leadership ramrodded the new language over vociferous opposition. Keep in mind that a number of speakers mentioned God. This only goes to show that the Democrat convention is more theater than reality. The convention is designed to play to the ignorance of the voting population. They say one thing in public to get votes but do something else legislatively. Their voting public doesn’t care as long as the checks, condoms, and birth control pills keep coming.

    Since every state that has voted on homosexual marriage defeated the measure — 31 states as of this writing – it’s a wonder that the Democrats see homosexual marriage as a winning issue. More than 8 percent of the delegates at the convention are homosexuals (more than 500 out and proud sexually incongruous delegates) — eight times the homosexual population in America.

    And while God was put out of the Democrat party platform, homosexual marriage was put in. The Democrats became the first major U.S. political party to endorse gay marriage, and this happened in a state where voters approved a state constitutional referendum limiting marriage to heterosexuals.

    The Democrats have always been the Abortion Party. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Democrats change their party identification to “Abortionists” in the future. It’s all they can talk about. Of course, if the Democrats keep supporting pre-born child killing, there won’t be an opposition party in the future.

    What’s really evil about Democrat support for abortion is how it’s affecting the black community. While 95 percent of blacks vote for Democrats, a higher percentage of blacks get abortions. It’s been described as “black genocide.” What fools they are.

    What’s not getting a lot of attention is the number of Muslim delegates at the Democrat National Convention. There are more than 100, “up from 43 Muslim and Arab-American delegates at the 2008 Democratic convention, and 25 at the 2004 convention.”

    “‘The more than doubling of Muslim delegates at this year’s Democratic National Convention is a direct result of their hard work and grassroots organizing within the Democratic Party,’ said CAIR Government Affairs Coordinator Robert McCaw. ‘It is also a sign of the American Muslim community’s growing civic engagement and acceptance in the Democratic Party.’”

    I’m not sure what kind of Muslims these are considering the Democrat Party platform’s non-support of God and the support of homosexual marriage and abortion on demand. The only think I can think of is that the Muslims are biding their time. One day they will be running the Democrat Party.


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  • Grandpa DUGGINS 2012/09/08 23:18:42
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    +1
    You have to ask yourself ,where is his wedding ring and watch >> AS muslium can not wear jewelary during Ranadon >> Vote wise in 2012
  • D.C. Wi... Grandpa 2012/09/09 04:32:56
    D.C. Willis
    "Vote wise in 2012"

    You insinuate Obama is not a Christian, then nominate a non-Christian, while ignoring the separation of church and state. you people are hypocrites.

    Romney8

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  • COMALite J D.C. Wi... 2012/09/09 05:08:01
    COMALite J
    +1
    Actually, according to many evangelicals, Ryan is no more Christian than they consider Romney to be!
    Jack Chick anti-Catholic tracts




  • DUGGINS COMALite J 2012/09/10 17:21:40
    DUGGINS
    COMALite J, I can't help but wonder if you follow the atheists belief that there is
    no God? I also wonder one thing about atheists and that is, after living a life of an atheist, and you pass on and suddenly you are before that same God you denied all of your life what will you say to him when he asks you why have you denied him. If you can come up with an answer, and he replies to you;
    " whosoever denied me before man, him will I also deny before my father which is in Heaven". Then what will you say?
  • COMALite J DUGGINS 2012/09/10 06:48:54
    COMALite J
    “The majority of Americans believe in God, and yet the Democrats removed any mention of Him from their platform.”

    There’s a big difference between believing in God, and believing that God wants to be in the platforms of political parties, let alone have our political system based on Him.

    What was it that Jesus Christ said to Pontius Pilate, practically the very last thing before He was sent off to Calvary?

    Oh, yeah:

    “My Kingdom is not of this world.”

    What part of that do you not understand?
  • DUGGINS COMALite J 2012/09/10 17:05:27 (edited)
    DUGGINS
    COMALite J; It appears to me that you are trying to condone removing God from the democrat platform. You quote Pilate talking to Jesus, and Jesus answers, "My Kingdom is not of this world", but you forgot the rest of his reply to Pilate which is, if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: So are you saying that earthly things have nothing to do with God? and when humans lie it doesn't concern God who finds lying to a sin. Psalms 31-18----
    Let lying lips be put to silence; which speak grevious things proudly and contemptuouusly against the righteous..
    Now it's a proven fact that both Obama and Clinton are pathological liars, it seems neither one can be truthful. Now I'm not excusing republicans of being liars because I know lying is a part of their personna also, politicians would never be elected on their merits. The sad part of that is quite a few Americans believe the outrageous lies that the political establishment puts out on a daily basis. There are a few politico's that are truthful, Paul Ryan to me seems credible,, as far as democrats I think Harry Truman was a truthful man, but the modern day democrats are habitual liars. I have only voted for two democrats John Kennedy and Truman, Ronald Reagen was also v...


    COMALite J; It appears to me that you are trying to condone removing God from the democrat platform. You quote Pilate talking to Jesus, and Jesus answers, "My Kingdom is not of this world", but you forgot the rest of his reply to Pilate which is, if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: So are you saying that earthly things have nothing to do with God? and when humans lie it doesn't concern God who finds lying to a sin. Psalms 31-18----
    Let lying lips be put to silence; which speak grevious things proudly and contemptuouusly against the righteous..
    Now it's a proven fact that both Obama and Clinton are pathological liars, it seems neither one can be truthful. Now I'm not excusing republicans of being liars because I know lying is a part of their personna also, politicians would never be elected on their merits. The sad part of that is quite a few Americans believe the outrageous lies that the political establishment puts out on a daily basis. There are a few politico's that are truthful, Paul Ryan to me seems credible,, as far as democrats I think Harry Truman was a truthful man, but the modern day democrats are habitual liars. I have only voted for two democrats John Kennedy and Truman, Ronald Reagen was also very truthful.
    If you believe in God then you must follow the truth everyday which is very hard to do but you will be rewarded in the end. I will vote for the Romney ticket because I know both he and Ryan are religious men, but from what I've seen of Obama and Clinton I cannot in good conscience vote for either of them. When these men put their hand on a bible and swear before God to defend and protect the Constitution and the people of the United States and then revert to pagan beliefs I have no use for them.
    Obama wanted to be sworn in with the Koran, I don't remember if he actually did, but just the thought turns me away from him.
    Finally I understand what Jesus was saying, his world is a heavenly world, but if it was created by God it can be destroyed by God, and he gave Moses the Ten Commandments to show us how to lead our lives, and if we fail to follow those commandments each of us must answer for our actions after we leave this physical world and enter the spiritual world.
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  • yabbadabbadoo 2012/09/08 08:56:25
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    absolutely but im still not a Romney supporter....Obama and Romney are too alike for my liking
  • johnnyg 2012/09/08 06:27:43
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    johnnyg
    +1
    Clinton was talking wasn't he? Well then he was lying.
  • jdemme 2012/09/08 05:19:43
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    jdemme
    That's funny. This guy had the most factual speech out of everyone in both conventions!
  • mac9 2012/09/08 04:31:04
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    +2
    As with most liberals Slick Willy is alive and well......and the lies continue.
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2012/09/08 04:20:55
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    ☆stillthe12c☆
    +2
    Only Obama can out do him when it comes to lies
  • Flamingolady 2012/09/08 03:45:09
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    Flamingolady
    +1
    All of the Above.
  • SemperRick 2012/09/08 03:44:04
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    SemperRick
    +1
    How about all of the above. One week he hates Obama the next week he loves Obama. They'll do anything to get a lowlife vote.
  • apachehellfire65 2012/09/08 03:10:10
    The best representative that the DNC has to show respect for women is Bill Cl...
    apachehellfire65
    +1
    what he proved most is he is willing to whore himself for the right amount of money! he spends four years jabbing and outright bitch slapping obummer. then comes out with obummer is the best man for potus? i don't buy it! this cost obummer and the DNC. A BOAT LOAD OF MONEY!!
  • Dandydon 2012/09/08 00:17:10
    "I didn't have sex with that woman, Ms Lewinsky" just another Clinton LIE!
    Dandydon
  • Arya 2012/09/08 00:11:00
    "I didn't have sex with that woman, Ms Lewinsky" just another Clinton LIE!
    Arya
  • Woody 2012/09/08 00:06:15
    The best representative that the DNC has to show respect for women is Bill Cl...
    Woody
    +2
    Ms. Lewinsky changed parties because the democrats left a bad tast in her mouth...
  • WhereIsAmerica? ~PWCM~JLA 2012/09/07 23:06:06
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    WhereIsAmerica? ~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    All of the above and then some.
  • Maddog 2012/09/07 22:51:01 (edited)
    "I didn't have sex with that woman, Ms Lewinsky" just another Clinton LIE!
    Maddog
    +4
    I hear he was waving his finger around, like when he said " I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky!"

    Let's face it, nobody lies better than Slick Willie!

    hear waving finger sexual relations woman lewinsky lies slick willie

    hear waving finger sexual relations woman lewinsky lies slick willie
  • "Shoote... Maddog 2012/09/07 23:43:39
    "Shooter" ™
    +6
    BILL CLINTON DIDN'T EVEN BELIEVED HIS OWN LIES IN THAT SPEECH BUT HE KNEW THAT ONLY THE OBAMABOTS WOULD. LMAO!
  • COMALite J Maddog 2012/09/10 06:38:06
    COMALite J
    Really? Reagan reversed an impending global Great Depression 2.0 (which would’ve been much worse than version 1.0) in just four years? I don’t recall that, and I was a young adult back then.
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