U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch Confirmed – The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss….

The cultural Marxists within the Senate voted 56-43 to confirm Loretta Lynch as the country’s first black female attorney general. Ignoring mountains of evidence showing her corrupt involvement in, and selective prosecution of, Wall Street Banking schemes.

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To wit the usual usurpers and their ideological co-dependents joined forces.

Voting along with the Democrats you will note 10 DECEPTICONS. Those familiar with our research will immediately identify the ideology displayed.  They are:

  1. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
  2. Senator Orrin Hatch (UT)
  3. Senator Lindsey Graham (SC)
  4. Senator Jeff Flake (AZ)
  5. Senator Thad Cochran (MS)
  6. Senator Susan Collins (ME)
  7. *Senator Mark Kirk (IL)
  8. *Senator Kelly Ayotte (NH)
  9. *Senator Ron Johnson (WI)
  10. *Senator Rob Portman (OH).

*Kirk, Ayotte, Johnson, Portman = up for reelection in 2016.

Not coincidentally these are the same ideological cohorts as the Amnesty group.  We have tried for several years to get people to understand how dangerous this group of Decepticons is.  The Wisconsin Tea Party groups, who specifically elected Ron Johnson, should take particular note.

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91 Responses to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch Confirmed – The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss….

  1. czarowniczy says:

    And once again a Mississippi Republican Senator votes with the Left. Jackson is the breeding grounds for liberals in the state, perhaps the Senator’s offices should be moved to areas more in line with the majority of the voters. Must be something in the water…

    Liked by 3 people

  2. texan59 says:

    Good grief. Getting to that “what’s the point” place. 👿

    Liked by 4 people

  3. littlelaughters says:

    I’m disgusted.
    And even more so with the so-called conservative talk show hosts who praise the likes of Flimsy Graham! PUKE!

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  4. BARF BARF BARF BARF BARF GAG HEAVE RETCH HURL

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  5. Father Paul Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  6. cajunkelly says:

    good grief, anyone else notice the uncanny resemblance to sharptongue?

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Not even worth getting angry anymore. Things seems so far gone now. I’ve been noticing that even the comments here are down a bit. Just fatigued of it all.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

    Anyone know why Cruz missed the vote?

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  9. Kin Mapper says:

    I have legal training of the best and the worst sort having been educated at a quality law school and had my life brought into the slimiest areas that morals can descend [see Mark 9:42] and fought and lost, many separate criminal acts by judges in the courtrooms of and appellate panels of
    Florida.

    18 U.S. Code § 371 – Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud United States in context with Gruber’s confessions of guilt thereunder has failed to interest any elected official or competent blogger to demand prosecution of Gruber and his principals, accomplices and his agents. It is not heard and not seen.

    No lawyer with any of Holder taint, upon them, much less this one who is a major adviser-accomplice of Holder’s US AG actions should be allowed even if it means we never have another Obama AG.

    Thanks for illuminating some of this stench, but it is sad that the smell is not evident to the public to the extent that the votes for this accomplice were not solely Democratic hacks.

    Say you have to avoid BGI complaints on this black female,

    why do these same Senators fail to discuss the crime that the passage of Obamacare is now patently known to be.

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  10. Mr. Izz says:

    I think this was more a matter of getting rid of Eric Holder as opposed to giving Obama the affirmative seal of approval.

    Just my two cents … don’t worry, the government will take those two cents away and give them to someone that will buy pot or expensive nails with it. Then the government will tell me it went to a good cause.

    I expect to see more civil rights cases, a lack of following the Constitution when it comes to illegal aliens, and more protection given to Obama through his many unlawful actions and statements.

    In other words, the same old, same old. No matter what, this type of person was going to continue acting as the U.S. Attorney General. It was just a matter of who and when. Obama is very predictable when it comes to these things.

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  11. booger71 says:

    Last time we had a female AG we got Waco and Ruby Ridge, what could go wrong.

    Liked by 5 people

    • czarowniczy says:

      Time to bring The Lon Ranger, ‘Bullseye’ Horiuchi out of those shadows of obscurity. Yeee Haaaa, you can run but you’ll only die tired, Mam.

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    • Sharon says:

      No woman can be a competent AG, in your view?

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      • booger71 says:

        Well there is a limited amount to compare to since we have only had one, but in answering your question, I am for any gender or color of AG who actually stands for the Constitution as written, and holds freedom and individual liberty sacred. I would also expect them to hold elected and unelected employees of the federal government to a higher standard.

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      • ImpeachEmAll says:

        Suggestions welcomed.

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        • Kin Mapper says:

          Make the US AG an elective office, supervised by an IG with full office staff and prosecutorial duties appointed by Congress. One of the two would then be more likely to prosecute the admitted violations by Gruber and his many confederates including Obama under

          18 U.S. Code § 371 – Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud United States

          !!

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    • Kin Mapper says:

      Check your history books as booger71 should rewrite all of ours to make his claim true.

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      • Dixie says:

        Janet Reno was the only other AG and she was the first female AG appointed. Or maybe I misunderstood what you were saying? If so, apologies.

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        • Kin Mapper says:

          It is a sign of the times that reasonably intelligent folk when told of an error in a non-complex sentence can not figure out what it is.

          My country is more than just American apathetica but sadly also America illogica (inneedofmorelogic-a).

          We have dozens of Florida judges in need of incarceration for criminal violations of 18 U.S. Code § 371 from the bench and who knows how many public figures who conspired with Gruber up to Obama on getting the impassable Obamacare passed by violating )and then announcing it in parts on eight or more videos on Youtube) 18 U.S. Code § 371 – Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud United States and Hillary from foiling many FOIA requests while Secretary of State by secreting her e-mails from all but her gang of questionable “aides” whose records are not to be retained clearly violating

          18 U.S. Code § 2071 – Concealment, removal, or mutilation generally

          We here in America are the proverbial “ship of fools” who will find our just due,

          To emphasize that sad condemnation read of what I point at

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ship_of_fools

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          • Dixie says:

            Next time I won’t apologize for a possible misunderstanding. You sure used a lot of words to call me stupid.

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            • Kin Mapper says:

              It was unreasonable of me to expect a better response.

              Still no error is discernible in the prior post? It is not that you are stupid but rather unwilling to think, to reason and to apply. Same as the vast majority of this sufficiently educated country.

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              • Dixie says:

                It’s too bad that your extensive education has not resulted in your ability to win friends and influence people.

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                • Kin Mapper says:

                  It is worse that America is replete with folks who will be given a simple false statement and be unable to readily detect the basis for its lack of merit, even with such basis within their very reach.

                  A judge indicated outside of my presence that (prior to hearing any of the evidence), he had for a long time thought I was not entitled to a trial, and a learned PhD in mathematics could not detect that such a judge was or at least should be disqualified from being judge and the trier of the matter at hand and that PhD should have known this by junior high school.

                  Those with few years of education are often much wiser than the bums I went to graduate school in math and to law school with who had graduate levels of accomplishments.

                  Of course, my timely filed motion for disqualification, filed even though my co-counsel present when the offending statements including the one cited failed to tell me but admitted the bum needed to be removed—in light of my transcript of his damnable words mocking child abuse claims failed at trial and at appeal. All four judges are patently criminals unless each had a good faith basis to allow a child abuse mocker to remain as judge after saying words which meant that the cause had been pre-judged.

                  Education only provided Florida lawyers knowledge to hide from discussing their judges’ criminal actions and other judges and their employers were encourage into fixing the judicial system just as the Clintons have fixed their influence buying to being technically legal to we American monkeys of Nikkō.

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                • Kin Mapper says:

                  And since you do not care to correct your error:

                  Ruby Ridge was in 1992 during H.W.’s watch and before the corrupt State Attorney from my state, along with her corrupt underling Holder, were brought in for the next administration.

                  I have yet to meet a Florida lawyer who will discuss the many criminal acts of the Florida jduges in public

                  Dateline NBC refused and eventually trapped despicable men and Greta van Susteren accepted my Corruption Newsletter but indicated it would be some later time. Greta would be a fine moderator for me vs. some “honest” lawyer to defend criminal acts of judges from the bench.

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              • canadacan says:

                Grrrrrrr layoff Dixie.

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                • Kin Mapper says:

                  it is not just Dixie as I am equally if not more biased against Yankees and probably Canadians as well although I liked all I remember during the years I lived there.

                  Either we think or we stink up the joint. Just that simple and so much stink.

                  Americans allow children to be molested and judges to proclaim they are not entitled to have a trial, in their a priori opinion.

                  We are a cursed accursed nation and world.

                  Mark 9:42 think and defend all, children too.

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                • canadacan says:

                  I’m going to hate myself in the morning for this but here it is:”Like take off eh”.
                  or Sherman was right.
                  or since I’m a direct descendant how about a case of Beechers Bibles.
                  Let it be said there are a number Southern Treepers of whom I’m very fond .

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      In fairness, with Holder we got Ferguson.

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  12. Blonde in Red says:

    Hey, Loretta. You think ‘whitey’ is racist? Just wait until you unleash more ‘undocumented immigrants’ who find black people to be vile almost to the point of treating them below animals.

    I thought whites were ‘self-hating’ towards suicidal but blacks in power are now trumping that in spades.

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  13. Jim says:

    Loretta or Eric Holder they might as well be one in the same. Pushing the BGI down our throats. Nothing will change until obama is out of office.

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    • joanfoster says:

      I’m going to try one more time to put it as bluntly as I know how. Loretta Lynch is the same person as Eric Holder only the genitals are different or at least we think they are.

      I have spent a lot of time thinking about changing my party affiliation, but then what do I change it to? There is nothing left worth believing in any longer.

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  14. ackbarsays says:

    I’ll be happy if she’s just MILDLY more aggressive than Holder in going after anti-white hate crimes, since Holder’s never taken any action of any kind in this area. I doubt she will either.

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  15. anthedohmy says:

    Didn’t the problem on Wall Street lead to the implosion of the City of Ferguson’s budget, which lead to the scramble to find resources to fund basic city services to enhance the city in ways that tax-paying homeowners and businesses would flock city?

    Were the Ferguson Police commanded to write tickets to make up for a severe budget shortfall caused by the Wall Street miscreants Holder et al. didn’t investigate?

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  16. Annie says:

    My only hope is that FDR in Hell puts Mr. Hubert Horatio “proud as punch” Humphrey through extra heat for what we have to bear. We now have the fruits of Humphrey’s labor of Affirmative Action. The playing field has not been leveled it has been seriously tilted. Well done Hubert and the rest of you politicians that voted emotionally for Affirmative Action.

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  17. fred says:

    I was a Republican…… Now I’m so embarrassed I could never defend anything they do. I’m done with them and have been for a while. Probably stop posting it does no good and resign to my fate as a person who helped put these corrupt GOP people in power. I’m part sick part disgusted.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      NOPE. Don’t get mad, get BUSY!! Have you contacted anyone in DC today?

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      • Kin Mapper says:

        No, but my time will not be wasted as these folks need to be removed from our capitol and replaced by congressional lottery winners, either randomly or rigged like now.

        So many good laws ignored by the two branches of our political mafia, Republicrats and Democans and so many criminals not even suggested to be prosecuted for their crimes from Hillary to Gruber to the judicial cabal running Florida (and doing so exposed to plain view of some of their criminal conduct in their judicial actions from the bench.

        America is as much the problem as the corrupt cadre of political scum we have in Congress, at SCOTUS and in the White House.

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        • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

          I say, call these back-stabbers over next few weeks. Burn their phones off the hooks. Make sure they know, We the People are P.O.’d. Call GOP/RNC and let them know, they will pay for their back stabbers.

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  18. Eskie Mom says:

    :sigh: Some days, it doesn’t pay to even get up in the morning. I’m shocked, I tell you. Ab-so-lutely shocked.

    Why did we elect these guys again? (I mean, instead of getting off our fat talatases & creating a real opposing party) Clean sweep DC. Right down to the janitors & the cafeteria ladies.

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  19. rashomon says:

    Thank you to all who took the time to contact the Senators responsible for approving Lynch. Another day, another battle.

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    • ImpeachEmAll says:

      Here’s Kelly Ayotte’s response.

      Ayotte released this statement Thursday morning:

      “Attorney General Eric Holder’s dismal performance and failure to follow and enforce the law for the past seven years has eroded Americans’ confidence in the Department of Justice’s ability to fulfill its responsibility to ensure that justice is administered fairly and equally. It’s time for a new leader at the Department.”

      “While I continue to have concerns with President Obama’s unilateral immigration actions, I have received written assurance from Ms. Lynch that she will respect both the current court injunction barring implementation of the president’s November 2014 executive action as well as whatever final decision results from the federal judicial system’s review process.”

      http://www.noodls.com/view/8690092ED466F8D70E897A422F6A94234D2A8377?6359xxx1429809807

      Okay to remove waders, now.

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      • ImpeachEmAll says:

        Waders advised.

        Apr 23 2015

        Johnson Comments on Confirmation of Loretta Lynch

        Washington — The Senate voted Thursday to confirm the nomination of Loretta Lynch to become the attorney general of the United States. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) voted to confirm. He made these remarks about his vote:

        “Ms. Lynch has extensive experience both as a private practitioner and as a U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York. According to all reports and evidence, she has performed her duties in those positions capably and in a professional manner. Although I share the concerns many of my colleagues have expressed over portions of her testimony during confirmation hearings, elections matter and the president has the right to select members of his cabinet. As a result, I voted to confirm Ms. Lynch as attorney general.”

        http://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/press-releases?ID=7fbe355d-d1a6-4f4e-b768-dd2e2ab5a1f8

        Okay to remove waders, now.

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        • rashomon says:

          Are these waders hip high, waist high, neck high? Geez. I’m making a list and checkin’ it twice. Now identifying myself as the Anti-Democrat. Too many RINOs in the stewpot.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          That statement of “president has the right to select members of his cabinet” The DUMMIES. If that was the case, then there would be no advise and consent from the senate in the Constitution.

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  20. BigMamaTEA says:

    Oh, and one thing I have figured out. The Senate has two votes on everything. So everything must be stopped on the “cloture vote” which is the first vote.

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  21. Jeffrey says:

    I can’t ell you how many times I wrote Portman expressing my views and arguments only to receive a form letter espousing the exact opposite. Now I will have to write again and castigate him for his horrible decision and promise for the third time that he will not be receiving my vote. Useless exercise against a corrupt government…

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  22. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    Remember those back-stabbing Democrats in Elephant disguises. When GOP/RNC RINOs are up for Re-Election support those that run against them. Doesn’t matter if you live in their state, donate and support those who run against them.

    Even if it means seating a Democrat in their place. Send GOP/RNC a message, when they run RINOs, they will loose and pay for their back-stabbing.

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  23. Sal Paradise says:

    Can someone explain why Cruz wasn’t there for the final vote? I know he voted no in clousure but stay to the end…..

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Ted Cruz voted no in the cloture vote. Yes, he had a fundraiser in Texas tonight. The decision had already been made by the cloture vote that she would be nominated.

      Here’s the way it went down:

      Close to 50 senators had announced their intention to vote against Lynch’s nomination, and senators were filibustering Lynch. In the weeks leading up to the vote today, she didn’t have the 60 votes necessary to shut off a filibuster under Rule XXII of the Senate rules.

      In fact, 43 Senators ultimately voted against Lynch, which would have been enough votes to continue a filibuster and keep her from being confirmed.
      McConnell shut down the filibuster of Lynch. Given the votes that were there against Lynch, McConnell hatched a plan to ensure she would be confirmed with no difficulty.

      First, McConnell brought up her nomination — even though he, alone, could have stopped Lynch’s confirmation by refusing to move to proceed to her. Then, McConnell filed what’s known as a “cloture petition” to shut down the filibuster. Leadership strong-arming was obvious by the fact that several Republicans flipped their votes (a.k.a., lied) and voted to shut down the filibuster — in a move called “cloture.”

      Considering, there were 43 Senators who voted against Lynch on the final nomination vote. If they had ALSO VOTED against Lynch on the “cloture” vote — where only 41 opposition votes were needed — the Lynch nomination would have easily failed.

      Leadership wanted her approved. (Probably part of his “deal” with Harry Reid the other day)

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      • Dixie says:

        Thanks for the information AND the explanation BMT. We would have never known that otherwise. So McConnell is just as bad as Harry Reid. He must have seriously studied Reid’s methods. McConnell winning that seat again was the worse thing that happened in 2014. Sundance told us so at the time.

        Like the cigars that went to Hitllary, maybe we should have elephant dung delivered to McConnell. That would tickle my funny bone.

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  24. lottacats2 says:

    Read awhile back that Lynch and Al Sharptongue are friends. Whodda thunk it!

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  25. Kathy says:

    For their ownbenefit and enjoyment of Eric Holder congress has approved another clone of Holder. Basically they must approve all the scandals as Fast and Furious, the IRS, and all the others.Great job with the show/tell in fooling the citizens that actually thought you were Americans above everything but NOT.

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    • Kin Mapper says:

      All our senators had to do is get full assurance of complete investigations of those and other scandals and prosecution of Holder for contempt of congress in non-weaselly terms, and they lacked the statesmanship as they are not our protectors.

      No replacement is better than a bad replacement.

      No giveaway is better than this horrendous giveaway of world security.

      We are a nation of spineless folk electing lying spineless folk, both parties.

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  26. moehamhead says:

    african safari reveals ten more rinos
    no pun intended

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  27. canadacan says:

    I’m going to hate myself in the morning for this but here it is:”Like take off eh”.
    or Sherman was right.
    or since I’m a direct descendant how about a case of Beechers Bibles.
    Let it be said there are a number Southern Treepers of whom I’m very fond .

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  28. Spar Harmon says:

    Whew! Glad that is over! Some powerful ranting there! Yaybaugh! Whooee! Wowser! Sic em, Susie! Sukie ! Sukie ! Sukie! Dweep. Dweep. Dweep……………….

    Faith, Hope, Love — But the greatest of these is Love….

    Resist not evil, but seek to do that which is good…

    What is the greatest commandment? the second?

    Ok nit pickers, go to work, consume me
    the truth will still be there staring you in the face in mute reproach, I think

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  29. Spar Harmon says:

    I think, maybe a bit further down this road we are all on, when everyone is exhausted with mere venting and strung out on their adrenalin addiction, as we pant in the heat and the dust cakes in our dry throats — maybe then we can talk as brothers and sisters, children of God, and drink deep of the peace our Shepherd offers us, Love one another, Rest in the green pasture, Cease fearing evil in this valley of The Shadow,
    Surely goodness and mercy WILL follow us all the days of our lives
    And we SHALL dwell n the House of the Lord
    Selah

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  30. Justice_099 says:

    Dog and Pony show – there always ‘just enough’ republican votes to sway the votes in the favor of what the left wants. Republicans can then feel safe to vote no, while still knowing it will pass anyway. A safe vote meant only for show.

    They probably draw straws on who will be the ones to take one for the team. Mostly those without further political aspirations to worry about or new enough to be forgotten about later on. If they spread this out, it makes it hard to expose one R by looking at their voting history.

    Dog and pony shows. Pretend to have a spine, all for show. Every time. Budget show-down? Sure… doesn’t matter, at the last minute they will flip.

    It’s like playing a claw arcade game. Designed to give you the sense that you almost won so that you will keep playing. But the American people always lose as the claw lets go of that stuffed rabbit a second before it makes it to the hole.

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  31. goodoldboy66 says:

    Sharpton beats Jenner to the finish line – see main article picture at top of thread!

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