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#252 Oct 30 2012 at 3:14 PM Rating: Excellent
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Good call. It could keep track of important stats like civilians killed vs targets destroyed.
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Debalic wrote:
Which was elaborating on a post of Joph's.


Not elaborating, but expanding. Joph's post limited his comment to conservative posters on this forum. By striking out that phrase, BD was extending this to all conservatives, thus repeating the old tired claim that the only people who vote GOP are either rich or stupid.
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Gun toting bible clinging rednecks. Isn't that the more politically correct term?
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Gun toting bible clinging rednecks. Isn't that the more politically correct term?


If your argument is that 53% of the current voting population consists of gun toting bible clinging rednecks, sure. Assuming, of course, that likely voters who poll in favor of Romney over Obama are "buying the GOP rhetoric".
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someproteinguy wrote:
iPhone app.


Sir Xsarus wrote:
Good call. It could keep track of important stats like civilians killed vs targets destroyed.

It seems Barry Levinson was ahead of his time, hampered only by current technology.
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Turns out facebook has suspended one of the seals account who was denied in their request to go aid their brothers under fire. Fact is obama claims he made the call on bin laden but didn't make the decision to send any ANY aid to marines under fire from militant muslims.

Obama called the seals and they got him bin laden. They called obama and got denied.


Pepsi also removed "Under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance on their special 4th of July cans.
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Turns out facebook has suspended one of the seals account who was denied in their request to go aid their brothers under fire. Fact is obama claims he made the call on bin laden but didn't make the decision to send any ANY aid to marines under fire from militant muslims.

Obama called the seals and they got him bin laden. They called obama and got denied.

Oh, you read Glenn Beck's website too?

Note, there was no "He" involved; a PAC page was suspended. That's not a person, but a group.

Edit: More important issue is: what was your point? Facebook is not the government, and can do whatever they want with the content its users post - including delete it and suspend their account for continuously posting deleted content, as this PAC did.

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Obama has a facebook page, so that means it's his fault.
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#263 Oct 30 2012 at 8:27 PM Rating: Decent
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What's your beef with this, anyways? If they were working for the consulate in Libya they must have been dirty Muslim-loving liberals.
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What's your beef with this, anyways?
Pretend-Republican.
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#265 Oct 30 2012 at 10:41 PM Rating: Good
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If your argument is that 53% of the current voting population consists of gun toting bible clinging rednecks, sure.


You keep forgetting to add "racists" in there.

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gbaji wrote:
If your argument is that 53% of the current voting population consists of gun toting bible clinging rednecks, sure.

Nonsense. You've got your plutocrats, aspiring-plutocrat-wannabes and racists in there as well.
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And parrots.
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someproteinguy wrote:
Gun toting bible clinging rednecks. Isn't that the more politically correct term?


If your argument is that 53% of the current voting population consists of gun toting bible clinging rednecks, sure. Assuming, of course, that likely voters who poll in favor of Romney over Obama are "buying the GOP rhetoric".


Just figured a twisted Obama quote was fair game... Smiley: rolleyes

If it makes you feel better I could go on about pot-smoking unemployed hippies who only want to help freeloaders and build solar panels. Or the pathetic indecisive nitwits in the middle. You know the ones we spend millions of dollars trying to talk some sense into, only to have them take a quarter into the voting booth on election day?

Stereotyping is fun. Smiley: nod
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What bothers me most from this is what else has come out of the GOP witch hunt to blame Obama. Issa managed to reveal CIA operations in Benghazi during his televised hearings. Sources now say that Libyan informants working with the US are in danger due to the GOP investigations and leaks.

I think there's a very real chance that some of the administration obfuscation comes from not wanting to reveal sensitive information and, much worse, the GOP knows this and knows that Obama can't respond fully and is using this to a campaign advantage at the cost of national security.

And so now it's out that the CIA was rushing security operatives to the scene and operating a drone within 25 minutes of the incident starting. They just weren't previously reporting on it since, you know, CIA.

So, to re-tally, thanks to the GOP's desire to stop Obama from being elected, we've discovered:
(1) The CIA was operating with the consulate
(2) Names and identities of Libyans working with the CIA
(3) CIA security capabilities in the area.

Thanks, Republicans! I'm pretty sure Al'Qaeda is hiring if you just want to cross all the way over the line...
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There's probably an online flash game that controls drones or something.

That's how I'd do it anyway.


Wasn't that the plot of a bad Robin Williams movie?
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One of the recent Iron Man plots had drones flown by iPhone StarkPhone Apps, disguised as a video game.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
There's probably an online flash game that controls drones or something.

That's how I'd do it anyway.
Wasn't that the plot of a bad Robin Williams movie?

It's more or less the "reveal" of Ender's Game.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
There's probably an online flash game that controls drones or something.

That's how I'd do it anyway.


Wasn't that the plot of a bad Robin Williams movie?


Yep.
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Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
There's probably an online flash game that controls drones or something.

That's how I'd do it anyway.

Wasn't that the plot of a bad Robin Williams movie?

Yep.

Do y'all have me on ignore or something?

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someproteinguy wrote:
iPhone app.

Sir Xsarus wrote:
Good call. It could keep track of important stats like civilians killed vs targets destroyed.

It seems Barry Levinson was ahead of his time, hampered only by current technology.
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#277 Nov 14 2012 at 6:14 AM Rating: Excellent
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What no one seem to care about the obama administration going after petraus?


If by "going after Patraeus" you mean "Petraeus going to the Obama administration to resign after the FBI found out via his e-mail he was having an affair with his biographer" than...no, I still don't care. I get by being the head of the CIA you have to resign for having an affair as it certainly opens you up to blackmail, but from what I understand, he offered his resignation on Thursday & Obama accepted it Friday.

SO Obama at least thought about keeping him on. Also, Patraeus will probably testify about Benghazi & now that he's not CIA director, he has even more of an incentive to throw Obama under the bus & get ready for a 2016 run.

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And this is just the beginning. Don't be surprised if key people involved with this start disappearing.


I don't think anyone's "disappearing". Gen. Allen is now in trouble for sexting the same chick that blew the whistle on Patraeus' mistress' threatening e-mails, but if you think anyone's getting Jimmy Hoffa'd over this, you're a loon.
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What no one seem to care about the obama administration going after petraus? Especially since petraus was the one to investigate benghazi.


And this is just the beginning. Don't be surprised if key people involved with this start disappearing.


Why do you care? If you're right you can still call him to testify, and the party will just eat itself from the inside! Smiley: tinfoilhat

Also, do we get to take bets on who goes missing next? Because that sounds like more fun than the silly March Madness things people like to do.

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And this is just the beginning.
No one believes your pseudo-rage is just beginning.
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#280gbaji, Posted: Nov 14 2012 at 5:46 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Or perhaps already was a victim of blackmail? There is the matter of the convenient yet inexplicable report from the CIA to the white house which provided grounds for Rice's statement about how our "best intelligence" indicated that the attack was just something which grew out demonstrations over the video. That part of the whole thing has just never sat well with me. No way the CIA would generate such a report unless there was a political motivation behind it. If I were wearing a tinfoil hat, I might speculate that someone in the white house who knew about the investigation of the affair suggested to Petraeus that if the CIA were to produce a document that the white house could use as support for the spin they wished to put on the attack said investigation might just get swept under a rug.
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Right, Previously you insisted there's no way such a document could exist. Now that it exists, there's no way it could exist except blackmail! Smiley: laugh

Maybe people just shouldn't give your grand pronouncements much weight or credit,
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Hey. I've heard stranger things. Smiley: tinfoilhat

Yeah, and you're the one that said 'em.
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I get by being the head of the CIA you have to resign for having an affair as it certainly opens you up to blackmail, but from what I understand, he offered his resignation on Thursday & Obama accepted it Friday.


Or perhaps already was a victim of blackmail? There is the matter of the convenient yet inexplicable report from the CIA to the white house which provided grounds for Rice's statement about how our "best intelligence" indicated that the attack was just something which grew out demonstrations over the video. That part of the whole thing has just never sat well with me. No way the CIA would generate such a report unless there was a political motivation behind it. If I were wearing a tinfoil hat, I might speculate that someone in the white house who knew about the investigation of the affair suggested to Petraeus that if the CIA were to produce a document that the white house could use as support for the spin they wished to put on the attack said investigation might just get swept under a rug.

Hey. I've heard stranger things. Smiley: tinfoilhat


I don't know, that seem pretty much par for the course for you.
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Or perhaps already was a victim of blackmail? There is the matter of the convenient yet inexplicable report from the CIA to the white house which provided grounds for Rice's statement about how our "best intelligence" indicated that the attack was just something which grew out demonstrations over the video. That part of the whole thing has just never sat well with me. No way the CIA would generate such a report unless there was a political motivation behind it. If I were wearing a tinfoil hat, I might speculate that someone in the white house who knew about the investigation of the affair suggested to Petraeus that if the CIA were to produce a document that the white house could use as support for the spin they wished to put on the attack said investigation might just get swept under a rug.

Hey. I've heard stranger things.


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Hey. I've heard stranger things. Smiley: tinfoilhat
Yeah, and you're the one that said 'em.
I don't know. I've heard most everything he's posted before he's posted them.

Edited, Nov 15th 2012 9:48am by lolgaxe
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If I were wearing a tinfoil hat....
Do you take it off for showers?


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So either we believe petraus or the administration.
Be honest. You'll believe anyone you're told to believe like the adorable little lemming you are.
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I'm sure it's just a coincidence that the lady who brought petraus down just happened to dine at the whitehouse 3 times last year.

Well, no. I don't think you understand what a coincidence is.
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You do realize Barrack wanted Petraeus to stay, right? It much easier for the admin if they handle things like this privately. Something that is done with relative frequency.
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I love the phrase "dine at the White House", though. All the conservative outlets use it.

Kelley had breakfast twice at the White House cafeteria. I'm assuming the White House cafeteria is nicer than my old high school cafeteria (I hope so, for their sake) but this isn't exactly like sitting across a dining room table from the president and eating roast pheasant off silver plates. Her third visit was a standard White House sight-seeing tour with her family.

But, yeah, "dined at the White House!" Smiley: laugh

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Oh, by that standard I "dined at the White House" when I was fifteen, and my military youth group ate a picnic lunch on the lawn.
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I refer to eating a sandwich while sitting on the toilet as "dining at the White House."

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I think you're all misunderstanding. Dining at the white house is a sexual position.

What else would it be?
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But, yeah, "dined at the White House!"
When you don't have anything, being as vague as possible is the next best tactic I guess.
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I still want answers for why we didn't send in support when help was only one mile away.

Of course this isn't being addressed because of the petraus scandal.

And yeah this broadwell chic is a rabid liberal with agenda.


Helps if you pull your head out of Rush Limbaugh's *** and stop eating the **** he keeps giving you.

Or keep on eating up the bile that comes from the extreme right and refuse to alter your disturbed view. Whatever works best for you I suppose. -shrug-
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I still want...

...to cry and whine that Romney was humiliated in the election and now you're stuck with the winner for four more years.

We know.
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