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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by aps View Post
    Why anyone bothers to respond to Truth Detector is beyond me. This is not an insult to you, Devil--this is merely incredulousness on my part.
    Thanks for the warning. I'm still fairly new here & haven't learned all the pitfalls to avoid.!

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    Thanks for the warning. I'm still fairly new here & haven't learned all the pitfalls to avoid.!
    I think what makes me sad is that he seems to really believe his posts in here are relevant to the subject matter.

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    Americans certainly were fooled into rejected GOP politics; and now they have a $1.8 trillion deficit and mounting debt to thank for it all.

    One thing is certain, the efforts of the Democrat and their willing minions in the drive-by media were successful in blaming Republicans for everything from Hurricane Katrina to warts. But alas, the reality is far different from the "perception."

    I
    I suggest you peruse this link The Raw Story | Kucinich presents Bush impeachment articles

    which links to the 35 formal article of impeachment filed last June on the floor of the U.S. House of Reps. & tell me if those crimes aren't a bit worse than what Clinton did.

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Rove is the poster-child of the fall of the GOP. They now turn to misinformation and labels, such as socialist, to try to save some shread of hope for their party. The sad news is, people are tired of hate mongering, they want answers. The GOP long ago gave-up providing real policies or answers to the problems facing America and rather resort to name calling, smear campaignes, and negative tactics. Take for instance the town-hall meetings over the healthcare reform. The groups causing the uproar are paid and funded by insurance companies, big surprise, huh. What do they suggest as an alternative? Nothing.

    So, in a nutshell, Rove needs to be prosecuted for his illegal activity, and hopefully the sad past twenty or so years of GOP practices will be put to rest with him. As one Democrat famously said, "I'll make a deal with Republicans, if they stop lying about us, we will stop telling the truth on them."

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    What is the topic of this thread?....I'll read it to you:
    Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors
    Stop already and heed Aps's comments; your efforts to troll are merely a reflection of your own inability of even the most basic comprehension of what my response was regarding.

    Carry on, dismissed, leave, auf weidersehen.

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    Thanks for the warning. I'm still fairly new here & haven't learned all the pitfalls to avoid.!
    Respond to this in lieu of your pathetic and unwarranted whining:

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1058188187

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    I suggest you peruse this link The Raw Story | Kucinich presents Bush impeachment articles

    which links to the 35 formal article of impeachment filed last June on the floor of the U.S. House of Reps. & tell me if those crimes aren't a bit worse than what Clinton did.
    Fascinating; there actually is someone who takes the lunatic rantings of Kucinich seriously.

    But alas, this speech dated back to September 8th, 2008 has amounted to NOTHING even though Democrats control all of Government.

    Most individuals with a modicum of intelligence would ask themselves; "why is it that if Kucinich's charges had any merit, Democrats have done absolutely nothing about them?" The answer is OBVIOUS to most; you appear to be one of the minority exceptions to that rule.

    In addition, getting one's information from lunatic blog sites like "Raw" would explain why you have such warped opinions and suffer from a grasp of reality and facts.

    Here's the prediction I made over a year ago; nothing will come of these lunatic Democrat attempts to impugn their political opponents because even the lunatics know that they have nothing credible in evidence.

    This is merely an ongoing attempt to prosecute political opponents in the court of public opinion using a willing Liberal media to do their dirty work.


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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    Rove is the poster-child of the fall of the GOP. They now turn to misinformation and labels, such as socialist, to try to save some shread of hope for their party. The sad news is, people are tired of hate mongering, they want answers. The GOP long ago gave-up providing real policies or answers to the problems facing America and rather resort to name calling, smear campaignes, and negative tactics. Take for instance the town-hall meetings over the healthcare reform. The groups causing the uproar are paid and funded by insurance companies, big surprise, huh. What do they suggest as an alternative? Nothing.

    So, in a nutshell, Rove needs to be prosecuted for his illegal activity, and hopefully the sad past twenty or so years of GOP practices will be put to rest with him. As one Democrat famously said, "I'll make a deal with Republicans, if they stop lying about us, we will stop telling the truth on them."
    This coming from someone who supports a party that flatly lied to the American people in order to get elected.

    They claimed that they would be more transparent; they haven't been and in some cases, are even more closed about their agenda.

    They claimed that they would be more fiscally responsible; they lied, they have spent us into a $1.8 trillion deficit without a single honest debate on how they will pay for it.

    They claimed that they would only pay as the go; they lied, see above.

    They claimed the stimulus package if passed would stem the tide of job losses and provide incentives for economic growth; so far that is a myth.

    They claimed that there would be a new coming together in bi-partisanship; not one bill passed so far and into the future could even be remotely considered anything but along straight partisan line in direct contrast with the previous administration; again, another lie.

    They claimed that their policies would create 5,000,000 new highly paid jobs; six months into their program we have LOST 6.5 million. I guess this now means that in order to meet their promise, they now need to create 11.5 million new high paying jobs.

    I find it fascinating to watch the contortions of Liberals who voted for the current cabal of morons that are now running the economy into the ground with criminal like irresponsible spending desperately defend what I consider the indefensible. But the FACTS suggest that it happens to be the people you are desperately trying to defend with such emotional hysterics who are the liars in this debate, not the Republicans.

    Let’s face it, the facts certainly do not support your emotional hysterics about the “evil” Republicans and I believe that once the media and Democrats can no longer fool the American people about their inability to govern responsibly, they will be the ones once more wandering in the political wilderness.

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    This coming from someone who supports a party that flatly lied to the American people in order to get elected.

    They claimed that they would be more transparent; they haven't been and in some cases, are even more closed about their agenda.

    They claimed that they would be more fiscally responsible; they lied, they have spent us into a $1.8 trillion deficit without a single honest debate on how they will pay for it.

    They claimed that they would only pay as the go; they lied, see above.

    They claimed the stimulus package if passed would stem the tide of job losses and provide incentives for economic growth; so far that is a myth.

    They claimed that there would be a new coming together in bi-partisanship; not one bill passed so far and into the future could even be remotely considered anything but along straight partisan line in direct contrast with the previous administration; again, another lie.

    They claimed that their policies would create 5,000,000 new highly paid jobs; six months into their program we have LOST 6.5 million. I guess this now means that in order to meet their promise, they now need to create 11.5 million new high paying jobs.

    I find it fascinating to watch the contortions of Liberals who voted for the current cabal of morons that are now running the economy into the ground with criminal like irresponsible spending desperately defend what I consider the indefensible. But the FACTS suggest that it happens to be the people you are desperately trying to defend with such emotional hysterics who are the liars in this debate, not the Republicans.

    Let’s face it, the facts certainly do not support your emotional hysterics about the “evil” Republicans and I believe that once the media and Democrats can no longer fool the American people about their inability to govern responsibly, they will be the ones once more wandering in the political wilderness.
    Thanks for proving my point.

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    Re: Wider Role Is Seen for Rove in Firings of Prosecutors

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    Thanks for proving my point.
    I'll take this as a concession you have nothing to offer except parroting DNC talking points without any facts to substantiate your comments.

    Carry on.

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