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    Re: Off the list, but somehow on the South Lawn

    Quote Originally Posted by Baralis View Post
    Why were these people here again? Why do we allow the white house to have social parties on the American tax dollar?
    I thought state dinners with foreign leaders was customary?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jujuman13 View Post
    One wonders if Obama feels safer.
    He has SS and lots of money, he doesn't care.
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    Re: Off the list, but somehow on the South Lawn

    Quote Originally Posted by Baralis View Post
    Im not singling out Obama here, all administrations are guilty.


    Why were these people here again? Why do we allow the white house to have social parties on the American tax dollar?
    Because they're smarter, prettier, and stronger than us.

    We're the dumb ones who willingly pay for the Rich's wealth.
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    Re: Off the list, but somehow on the South Lawn

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    The day you were measured for your partisan insanity clown suit.

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    These clowns need to see some serious jail time. This is BS.
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    Re: Off the list, but somehow on the South Lawn

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydriver1123 View Post
    I thought state dinners with foreign leaders was customary?
    State dinners with foreign leaders is a completely different argument (still not sure I would agree to it tho). These people, and I imagin a large portion of those that attend such parties, do not fit into that catagory.

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    Re: Off the list, but somehow on the South Lawn

    Accused White House party crashers insist: 'We were invited' -- latimes.com
    Tareq Salahi, making his first television appearance since the dinner that President Obama hosted for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday, insisted in an interview on NBC's "Today" that the couple was cooperating with a Secret Service investigation of the matter and "the truth will come out."

    Salahi, maintaining that, for his wife, Michaele, the experience had been "the most devastating thing that has ever happened," said today: "We're greatly saddened by all the circumstances ... portraying my wife and I as party crashers. I can tell you we did not party-crash the White House."

    Insisting that there is more to the story of their appearance at Obama's first state dinner, Salahi maintained that the explanation will exonerate the couple from any allegations of misconduct.

    "We were invited, not crashers," Michaele Salahi said, "and there isn't anyone who would have the audacity or the poor behavior to do that. No one would do that and certainly not us."

    Tareq Salahi, maintaining that he had e-mails that support his claim, said, "I am certain we will be completely exonerated."

    Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary, said in a televised interview this morning that there was no way to view this incident other than as an unauthorized intrusion.

    "This wasn't a misunderstanding," Gibbs said in an interview aired by MSNBC this morning. "You don't show up at the White House as a misunderstanding."
    I'll bet this is going to prove an Administration inside job. It will be an embarrasment for the President who's spokesmen will then throw the SS under the bus (which happened immediately anyway).

    One or more staffers helped these people through security. And while the SS has to eat it, someone will quietly be dismissed from their staff position while the driveby media tries to ignore the details.

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    Can this administration do anything right without embarassing itself? LOL

    Add this to the f-up list.

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    Re: Off the list, but somehow on the South Lawn

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Er I agree, as I have stated even in the quote you pointed out. I am not the one saying that the Jeff Gannon situation was not similar to this.... I am in fact claiming that it is not the first time the SS screwed up and I would claim that the Jeff Gannon situation was far worse as it went on for 2 freaking years.
    Yet you took a completely moronic swipe at Bush.

    Face it your Bush Derangement Syndrome took over yet again.

    We actually believe Obama and Gibs that this couple wasn't invited and that the blame goes directly on the SS but you just couldn't help yourself could you?
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