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    Re: Obama Addresses SONY Hack in Press Conference

    Quote Originally Posted by ModerateGOP View Post
    The President is right. There was no credible or specific evidence of a real threat. Paying North Korea's "ransom" has created incentives for other would-be cyber attackers.

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    Re: Obama Addresses SONY Hack in Press Conference

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    He's right.

    But what is the real problem is that Rogan used real names.

    Charlie Chaplin ran into the same problem with "The Little Dictator" but he called the character "Hinkle" and not Hitler.

    The American people don't understand that North Koreans in that they have never seen a non propaganda film. Everything they see is either made by government for government of by "dear leader' himself. They cannot conceive of a film as a joke, everything they see is an "education" film with some form of government message.


    BTW, the clip doesn't mention the film at all.

    He also lied about the Keystone pipeline, again, suggesting that the oil is flowing by truck and rail and this only reduces costs for "Canadian producers", when in fact Keystone has been piping for over a decade. And the pipeline creates hundreds of thousands of jobs, not a "few thousand".

    the man never stops lying..about anything. He can't stop
    Speaking of liars....stop propagating that "lie of the year" about all the jobs Keystone will create.

    In a remarkably revealing moment on ABC News this week, CEO of TransCanada Bill Grilling basically conceded that the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline will ultimately create only 50 permanent jobs here in the U.S.

    In an exchange with ABC’s Martha Raddatz, Grilling was pressed to square the project’s ultimate job numbers with GOP rhetoric pushing the idea that it would be a major job creator and long-term boom for America’s economy.

    “There are others that say jobs will not be so great, going as low as 4,000 jobs and that the jobs will only be here for a couple of years,” Raddatz interjected, while Grilling was rattling off the potential 42,000 temporary jobs the pipeline’s construction would offer for just a period of two years. “The State Department – you mentioned the State Department – says that ‘once the proposed project enters service, operations will require approximately 50 total employees in the U.S.’”
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    Girling also got the nod for contending the proposed 1,700-mile Canada-to-Texas pipeline would create 42,000 "ongoing, enduring jobs." That's also not true — the State Department said the pipeline would support that many direct and indirect jobs during its one- to two-year year construction phase. After it's built, 35 people would be employed permanently.
    'Global warming is a hoax,' Keystone XL jobs get 'Lie of the year' nods | WashingtonExaminer.com

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    Re: Obama Addresses SONY Hack in Press Conference

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    The White House has a large movie theater and I'm sure many military bases and other government facilities have movie theater facilities as well. Perhaps Obama should put his money where his mouth is and purchase viewing rights for the movie and go to town showing it. Then, should something happen, it will be entirely the American government's problem.

    It is comical, however, that this President would be commenting on anyone else's "mistakes".
    Fanstasic. So all of us have to pay so that Obama can put "his money where is mouth is." Obama does not even buy a roll of toilet paper, who do you think will end up paying for this?
    "Every time something really bad happens, people cry out for safety, and the government answers by taking rights away from good people." - Penn Jillette.

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    Re: Obama Addresses SONY Hack in Press Conference

    Quote Originally Posted by OrphanSlug View Post
    Fanstasic. So all of us have to pay so that Obama can put "his money where is mouth is." Obama does not even buy a roll of toilet paper, who do you think will end up paying for this?
    The American government and the American people, like all the rest of the blather that spews from President Obama's mouth.
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    Re: Obama Addresses SONY Hack in Press Conference

    Ahh, it's the Holidays, and I am ready to take my wife out to the movies, as I do each year to celebrate.....

    Hmmm, I wonder which movie North Korea will allow me to see this year.
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    We should show them how we made a bout about killing our own president.
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    Reports indicate that everyone knew he was hauling a bunch of guns up there. But, since you brought it up, there's something which should be illegal: guns that breakdown.

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