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  1. Anonymous

    November 30th, 2012

    Looks like the democrat entitlement reduction proposal – blank

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  2. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    November 30th, 2012

    Dittos.

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  3. espie

    November 30th, 2012

    Jeter looks creepy and awful in those pictures.

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  4. Anne

    November 30th, 2012

    He’s entitled.

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  5. Nutjob

    November 30th, 2012

    Nissan cancels grand opening of the electric vehicle.

    I got $5 says 50 billion of the additional stimulus money he wants is going to more of these electric vehicle corporations.
    SO he can say “see we created auto manufacturing jobs” when essentially all we are doing is putting these assemblers on taxpayers payroll to build something nobody wants or can afford.

    Or he’ll use it to buy gubment vehicles and claim the same thing, and then talk about how he lowered the gubments carbon footprint while creating jobs.

    and in the background of the signing of the fiscal cliff bill,you’ll hear all of the koolaid drinkers golf clap, while Al Gore screams yeeeefuckingha, I just siphoned errr, I mean made another sweet billion and am saving the planet to boot.

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  6. Anne

    November 30th, 2012

    Fat or skinny, Derek Jeter is thee consummute professional, a role model for all ball players and for children.

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  7. Anne

    November 30th, 2012

    A somewhat related issue with respect to your article about Nissan is that, according to Congressman Mike Kelly, and a story not being reported by the MSM …, a large sum of money well in excess of $2,000,000.00 that was appropriated by Congress to fund security for the U.S.Consulate in Benghazi was misappropriated and diverted by Hillary Clinton to fund one of President Obama’s pet projects, the launching of the Chevy Volt in Vienna, Austria, of all places. Kelly is a straight shooter, not prone to exaggerations. That incompetent jackass, Hillary Clinton, has [a lot] of questions to answer before that sneaky coward ducks, runs for cover and leaves office.

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  8. Merry Poppet

    November 30th, 2012

    Happy Birthday, my2cents! :)

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  9. Anne

    November 30th, 2012

    If that sniveling, whining and shallow narcissist, Mitt Romney, had only had the balls to defended G.W. Bush, instead of joining Obama’s sycophants in attacking Mr. Bush, the dummies would not have put all of the blame on Mr. Bush for the high unemployment and for the tanked economy, which occurred, in fact, after the Democrats took control of both houses of Congress, and after Obama was inaugurated.

    A footnote to which is Civics 101; i.e., it is Congress, not the President, which appropriates and spends (and wastes) our money. Reid and Pelozi and Obama deserve the blame. But their lying shills in the MSM covered for them, partly because, amazingly, they are too uninformed, too uneducated, too lazy and too stupid to understand how our federal, state and local governments work.

    Mitt Romney was almost as much of a disaster as Obama is. That wussy, stupid putz allowed the MSM to define him, actually, though, in much nicer words than I would have done. The guy is an asshole. THAT SNIVELING, WHINING COWARD SHOULD HAVE DEFENDED BUSH!!! Do you think that he would have put his sorry ass on the line to protect you? Bush did.

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  10. I Luv Bacon

    November 30th, 2012

    I have the pleasure of having to work alongside a ‘colored’ al mooselimb.

    what a fucking joke.

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  11. I Luv Bacon

    November 30th, 2012

    I have a better rappore with my genuine al- mooslimb neighbor anyday of the week.

    wtf

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  12. I Luv Bacon

    November 30th, 2012

    I hope those 2 boneheads lose them over there.
    I hear they hate homos- escpecialally balackones

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  13. grayscape

    November 30th, 2012

    Naughty or Nice list…. Hitler had one too.

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  14. Freeshiticus

    November 30th, 2012

    I can’t stand Donovan but his music is perfect for the Video Tribute To Communism.
    Socialism is Communism’s little brother. Watch him grow.

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  15. Anne

    November 30th, 2012

    And besides being thee consummute professional. Derek Jeter is thee consummate professional, imho, too.

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  16. not a penny

    November 30th, 2012

    here ya go::

    http://www.newsmax.com/newswidget/rubio-gutierrez-immigration-reform/2012/11/29/id/465872?promo_code=10CD8-1&utm_source=10CD8Noisy_Room&utm_medium=nmwidget&utm_campaign=widgetphase1

    Rising GOP superstar Marco Rubio is “critical’’ to the nation enacting key immigration reforms next year, a top Democratic lawmaker says.

    The Republican senator from Florida “will play a critical role — a necessary, critical role. He’s a youthful voice,’’ Illinois Representative Luis Gutierrez told The Hill.

    “He was one of the first people who got it. He got it before the November 6th — how should we call November 6th? — shellacking.’’

    Rubio has been seen as a major force in developing a new Republican ideology for immigration reform after President Barack Obama took more than 70 percent of the Latino vote earlier this month.

    And his ringing endorsement by Gutierrez, chair of the Immigration Task Force of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, further brings the two parties closer in working together.

    In a speech before the House earlier today, Gutierrez said:

    “Most Americans believe that Election Day demonstrated it’s time to move beyond the same old politics — the same tired blame-game on immigration.’’

    While Rubio is being talked about as the GOP’s possible presidential nominee in 2016, The Hill says his standing with his party’s conservative base could be hurt if he strays too far on immigration.

    But Gutierrez believes Rubio will do the right thing.

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  17. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    November 30th, 2012

    Happy Birthday my2cents!!!

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  18. Menderman

    November 30th, 2012

    Happy B-Day my2cents!

    I found your profile pic on FB. I hope you don’t mind me posting it here.

    http://metrobloggen.se/metrobloggen/media/4356/theabsolutspiritsabsolut.jpg

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  19. norman einstein

    November 30th, 2012

    Re the ‘Jeter story’…

    …fat, bald and works for the Yankees….is that George Costanza?

    (Borrowed from the comments.)

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  20. Moe tom

    November 30th, 2012

    Rick Santelli is the only one on CNBC with balls and brains. I hope he dosen’t have a heart attack dealing with those other obamaroids

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  21. Mr. Pinko

    November 30th, 2012

    Happy Birthday, My2Cents!

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  22. Dr Tar

    November 30th, 2012

    @BFH I just saw this over on Daily Caller. They’ve posted your new Right Power! work, Looks good there.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/cartoons/

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  23. Dr Tar

    November 30th, 2012

    Correction: American Thinker – it says so on the link Du’h!

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  24. conservative cowgirl

    November 30th, 2012

    @My2cents, where are you? Having a birthday party without us?! Happy Birthday!

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  25. Steve

    November 30th, 2012

    Photo of NY City Cop giving homeless man boots goes viral online…

    http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2012/11/photo-of-ny-cop-giving-barefooted.html

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  26. Anne

    December 1st, 2012

    not a penny – Marco Rubio didn’t get to where he did in the Florida State Legislature by being duped by Latino Democrats the likes of Gutierrez. First and foremost, Rubio is a Conservative, and he is nobody’s fool.

    The funny thing about flaming liberals like Gutierrez is that all of their opinions are based entirely on wishful thinking, on contrived, bogus bullshit (aka, lies), on exaggerations, on distortions and on screwy rationales which reinforce their screwy delusions. No facts. No substance. Just bullshit.

    Rubio will be a force to be reckoned with alright. But not because he will fall in with those gangsters in the Latino caucus.

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  27. MaryfromMarin

    December 1st, 2012

    “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”

    (Attributed to both Abraham Lincoln and P.T. Barnum, thus qualifying it for any and all occasions.)

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  28. scr_north

    December 1st, 2012

    @anne; with all respect why should Romney defend Bush when Bush didn’t defend himself for his entire Presidency and an additional four years of retirement. Bush was a good wartime president but a mess on the domestic front. The odd time that Cheney engaged the critics was inspiring but far too little and way too late. When lies are repeated again and again about someone who won’t defend themself then people start to believe them.

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  29. Anne

    December 1st, 2012

    Well, scr_north, if I have to explain it to you, it will be a waste of my time. I’ll give you a hint, though. It would have been good, old fashioned, common sense, and the right thing to do, and, oh yeah, it would have enabled Romney to go on the offensive, instead of playing catch up and letting the Democrats define him.

    BTW, FYI, Bush was NOT a “mess” on domestic issues. You don’t know what the fuck you’re talking about. You’re just mimicking Democrat and MSM talking points, presumably the sum of your knowledgeabout what was going on there.

    May I remind you that, as a result of the Democrats’ Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank Legislation, the economy didn’t tank until a year and a half after the Democrats took control of BOTH houses of Congress, making Bush a lame duck President, and, furthermore, unemmployment didn’t even BEGIN to skyrocket up to 9.5% (16% realistically) until immediately AFTER Obama was inaugurated as a vote of no confidence in that slick street hustler, empty suit and pretentious, decadent dilettante. Never mind that inflation didn’t skyrocket upwards until a year and a half after Obama was inaugurated. Never mind that, under Obama, the debt has become higher than under all previous presidents combined. And never mind that whereas the Middle East was stabilized when Bush left office, the chronic screw-ups by the Obama Administration have now COMPLETELY destabilized the ENTIRE Middle East. If he wasn’t such a narcissist, Romney could have reminded at least the MSM of those irrefutable facts.

    In fact, it was his duty and his responsibility to have done so. But like McCain, he was flustered by the Obama campaign, making him unfit to be POTUS, much less to even be a candidate.

    Don’t give me smoke, mirrors and bullshit and your screwy opinions, dude, Give me substance and facts.

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  30. Brian

    December 1st, 2012

    I’m reminded of the big billboards that were popping up beside highways all over Georgia and Alabama a couple of years ago; pictures of G. W. Bush smiling and asking, “Miss me yet?”

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  31. Melody

    December 1st, 2012

    Ginger is that you?

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  32. E-Trade Baby Fan

    December 1st, 2012

    What??? No snappy reply from “scr_north”???
    Here, let me show you my shocked expression: :(

    LOL

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  33. KarenInNewHaven

    December 1st, 2012

    Wow, 10 different topics on one thread. Economizing is one thing, but don’t you think that you’re overdoing it?

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  34. KarenInNewHaven

    December 1st, 2012

    Tell me, scr_north, don’t you think that, in retrospect, unless they’re totally incompetent, the Romney campaign has already realized what Anne said?

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