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Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: TrueBlue ()
Date: June 05, 2013 11:50AM

There! Now, FFU can get back to the things it does best: Sex, cruelty, and degradation.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: June 05, 2013 11:50AM

In that order

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: vGDt6 ()
Date: June 05, 2013 12:20PM

TrueBlue Wrote:
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> There! Now, FFU can get back to the things it
> does best: Sex, cruelty, and degradation.


Agreed, but do not try to explain reality to the other people, you know the ones with the voting base in Alabama and Mississippi - the home of the lowest IQs and greatest amount of the "free" stuff being used by the WHITE people who live there.

Interesting how that all falls in place directly opposed, and factually based, verse what the other party would try to have you believe.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: URClueless ()
Date: June 05, 2013 12:35PM

vGDt6 Wrote:
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> TrueBlue Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There! Now, FFU can get back to the things it
> > does best: Sex, cruelty, and degradation.
>
>
> Agreed, but do not try to explain reality to the
> other people, you know the ones with the voting
> base in Alabama and Mississippi - the home of the
> lowest IQs and greatest amount of the "free" stuff
> being used by the WHITE people who live there.
>
> Interesting how that all falls in place directly
> opposed, and factually based, verse what the other
> party would try to have you believe.


^ lulz

Have you ever actually been to AL or MS? No, you haven't or you wouldn't be making such a dumbass claim.

The vast majority of "free stuff" in the form of welfare goes to rural blacks located in what was called the "Black Belt" (re the soil not the people). There are entire counties that exist now only because of SNAP, TANF, and similar welfare programs. There's little to no real industry left and it's mostly just black folks still living there because they've always lived there.

Proportionately higher non-welfare payments tends to be mainly a result having a generally older population versus some other states since there's significant youth flight due to, at least until recent years, poor employment possibilities outside of major areas like Mobile and a few other cities.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: 8 More Years, II ()
Date: June 05, 2013 12:41PM

TrueBlue Wrote:
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> There!

More importantly, the Me-Too Media is beginning to report it that way, too - they're waking up to the fact that they've been echoing Insane Party of Hatred talking points (*) rather than actualyl doing some - you know - journalism.

This is good.

============

(*) Simple yet perfect examples - calling the various events "scandals" repeatedly, or using the word "controversy".

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: June 05, 2013 12:41PM

It goes to a lot of working people now. See the report on Walmart. It's true of retailers, restaurants, distributors, and other establishments.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Vexxxed ()
Date: June 05, 2013 12:57PM

Thankfully, FFXU is not the elite microcosm of the US you clowns believe it to be.

Just so you understand how things really work, you keep mentioning someone or something and they/it just gets talked about that much more.

It's a good thing you idiots never registered your names. You would have blown eesh off his throne in no time.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: lulez ()
Date: June 05, 2013 01:04PM

8 More Years, II Wrote:
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> TrueBlue Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There!
>
> More importantly, the Me-Too Media is beginning to
> report it that way, too - they're waking up to the
> fact that they've been echoing Insane Party of
> Hatred talking points (*) rather than actualyl
> doing some - you know - journalism.
>
> This is good.
>
> ============
>
> (*) Simple yet perfect examples - calling the
> various events "scandals" repeatedly, or using the
> word "controversy".


lulz. Yeah, the "Me-Too Media" like the NYT, WaPo, Huffington, etc., that have covered Obama's ass for the last 5 years.

The only people who continue to do so are the usual sycophantic opinion columnists that you idiots think is "news."

lmao @ you poor bastards now having to deal with some actual reporting instead of having them all just working from coordinated talking points.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: HELL YEAH!!!! ()
Date: June 05, 2013 01:07PM

TrueBlue Wrote:
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> There! Now, FFU can get back to the things it
> does best: Sex, cruelty, and degradation.


FUCK YEAH MUTHAFUCKER!!!!! POLITICAL CRAP SHOULD NOT BE ON THIS SITE!!!

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Lies, Damn Lies, and Stats ()
Date: June 05, 2013 01:14PM

ex-Lester Wrote:
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> It goes to a lot of working people now. See the
> report on Walmart. It's true of retailers,
> restaurants, distributors, and other
> establishments.


True but that's not what accounts for the relative differences in the states mentioned.

That was dumb slanted BS talking point crap during the election and only works on a per capita basis for the reasons mentioned. It's not that they are any more dependent, they just don't have as much of younger, whiter, and more wealthy populations to offset the difference as in the case of some other areas. If you want to look at it on a total spending basis, then places like CA, NY, IL (Chicago), MI (Detroit), etc., completely blow them away. They just have a larger base which helps their average. A large city like NYC alone accounts for more than entire states.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Liberal Logic 09 ()
Date: June 05, 2013 02:25PM

Vexxxed Wrote:
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> Thankfully, FFXU is not the elite microcosm of the
> US you clowns believe it to be.


Nor is reality anything close to what those idiots believe it to be. Theyre my anti-drug

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: 8 More Years, II ()
Date: June 05, 2013 04:46PM

Vexxxed Wrote:
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> Thankfully, FFXU is not the elite microcosm of the
> US you clowns believe it to be.

True - in actual fact, the US is full of People who elected and believe in the President and his policies.

Empirically proven, even!

"Good lord, he's the god-damned President - TWICE! - that's an A+ in life, kid!"

Truer words were never spoke.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Moe Corrupt ()
Date: June 05, 2013 05:30PM

Acting IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel is placing two officials — including a top staffer implementing the health care law — on administrative leave for violating government ethics rules at a 2010 conference.

“When I came to IRS, part of my job was to hold people accountable,” Werfel said in a statement Wednesday. “There was clearly inappropriate behavior in this situation and immediate action is needed.”

Werfel didn’t specify which staff members he disciplined but congressional sources tell POLITICO one official is Fred Schindler, the director of implementation oversight at the IRS Affordable Care Act office. The other is Donald Toda, a California-based employee.

The staffers received $1,100 in free food and other items at the conference, the sources said.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Vexxxed ()
Date: June 05, 2013 06:17PM

8 More Years, II Wrote:
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> Vexxxed Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Thankfully, FFXU is not the elite microcosm of
> the
> > US you clowns believe it to be.
>
> True - in actual fact, the US is full of People
> who elected and believe in the President and his
> policies.
>
> Empirically proven, even!
>
> "Good lord, he's the god-damned President - TWICE!
> - that's an A+ in life, kid!"
>
> Truer words were never spoke.


Too bad you can't neglect using them for every president ever elected to two terms?

Empirically proven too.

Damn..never thought I'd see the day....well, I've already said that once.

But I still get a kick out of it. You closet Bush fan, you. : )

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: 8 More Years, II ()
Date: June 05, 2013 06:26PM

> ...Too bad you can't neglect using them for every president
> ever elected to two terms?...

I have never not tried to apply those same words to any President elected even ONCE, much less twice - that's the type of hatred only someone like you contributes.

As much as I dislike the result of the Bush presidency, one cannot fault him for successfully attaining the title of President TWICE, much less once.

And you can check every single political post I've ever made using the IDs "4 more years", "4 more years, II", "8 more years", "8 more years, II" and whatever other IDs I politically commented with (don't remember any, but they probably DO exist).

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: June 05, 2013 06:44PM

Lies, Damn Lies, and Stats Wrote:
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> ex-Lester Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > It goes to a lot of working people now. See
> the
> > report on Walmart. It's true of retailers,
> > restaurants, distributors, and other
> > establishments.
>
>
> True but that's not what accounts for the relative
> differences in the states mentioned.
>
> That was dumb slanted BS talking point crap during
> the election and only works on a per capita basis
> for the reasons mentioned. It's not that they are
> any more dependent, they just don't have as much
> of younger, whiter, and more wealthy populations
> to offset the difference as in the case of some
> other areas. If you want to look at it on a total
> spending basis, then places like CA, NY, IL
> (Chicago), MI (Detroit), etc., completely blow
> them away. They just have a larger base which
> helps their average. A large city like NYC alone
> accounts for more than entire states.

A lot of the rural areas have extremely high unemployment rates since agricultural work is seasonal. When they're laid off, they go on these programs. They're just not going to be able to find work unless they leave the country. I used to know some construction tradesmen who wne to the Carribean in the winter to ply their skills building and repairing homes.

My original point is that the number of food stamp recipients far exceeds the number of unemployed now. That is the new world of the last 20 years.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: TrueBlew ()
Date: June 05, 2013 07:06PM

TrueBlue Wrote:
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> There! Now, FFU can get back to the things it
> does best: Sex, cruelty, and degradation.


Your gay love for Obama is impressive. Gay, but impressive.

 
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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Mve4c ()
Date: June 05, 2013 08:33PM

White people account for the majority of welfare / foodstamps etc....fact.

Look it up if you like, I already know the truth.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Vexxxed ()
Date: June 05, 2013 08:43PM

8 More Years, II Wrote:
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that's the type of hatred only someone
> like you contributes.


If that's how you feel...

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Derpsville ()
Date: June 05, 2013 09:46PM

Mve4c Wrote:
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> White people account for the majority of welfare /
> foodstamps etc....fact.
>
> Look it up if you like, I already know the truth.


Duh. That's cause they make up 75+ percent of the population idiot.

In terms of their equivalent representative shares within the population they clearly do not.

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Derpsville DIpsy-Doo ()
Date: June 06, 2013 08:47AM

Derpsville Wrote:
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> Mve4c Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > White people account for the majority of welfare
> /
> > foodstamps etc....fact.
> >
> > Look it up if you like, I already know the
> truth.
>
>
> Duh. That's cause they make up 75+ percent of the
> population idiot.
>
> In terms of their equivalent representative shares
> within the population they clearly do not.

And your point, Cletus, is....?


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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Every village needs its idiot ()
Date: June 06, 2013 01:36PM

Derpsville DIpsy-Doo Wrote:
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> And your point, Cletus, is....?
>
>



That you don't understand the distinction makes the point better than I could.

lol

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Derpsville Dipsy-Doo ()
Date: June 06, 2013 01:46PM

Every village needs its idiot Wrote:
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> Derpsville DIpsy-Doo Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> > And your point, Cletus, is....?
> >
> >
>
> That you don't understand the distinction makes
> the point better than I could.
>
> lol

Naw.

It means that Cletus didn't have a point to make.

Apparently, Cooter, neither do you.

Whitey uses more welfare, food stamps, etc.han any other racial group.

White be on da dole!

LOL

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Re: Well, its' settled: The IRS did nothing wrong, there was no Benghazi cover-up, and the Justice Dept.'s monitoring of journalists was completely justified.
Posted by: Every village needs its idiot ()
Date: June 06, 2013 02:45PM

Derpsville Dipsy-Doo Wrote:
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> Every village needs its idiot Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Derpsville DIpsy-Doo Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> >
> > > And your point, Cletus, is....?
> > >
> > >
> >
> > That you don't understand the distinction makes
> > the point better than I could.
> >
> > lol
>
> Naw.
>
> It means that Cletus didn't have a point to make.
>
> Apparently, Cooter, neither do you.
>
> Whitey uses more welfare, food stamps, etc.han any
> other racial group.
>
> White be on da dole!
>
> LOL


Please continue. Nothing better than watching someone too stupid to know any better dig their own hole.

lol

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