Hit the Road, Barack

Bill O’Reilly was a guest on Glenn Beck’s radio show this morning, and in response to Beck’s question of who he thought was going to win the election, O’Reilly said, according to confidential sources of his, internal polls in BOTH campaigns indicate that, if the election were tomorrow, Romney would win.  One of the main reasons for that could well be Niall Ferguson’s article in Newsweek, which is raising a lot of eyebrows this week.  As Ronald Kessler noted at NewsMax yesterday, Ferguson’s devastating article could be the turning point in the campaign.

The financial crisis a few weeks before the last presidential election was enough to push Barack Obama over the top. This week’s Newsweek cover slamming President Obama could have almost as much impact.

“Hit the Road, Barack — Why We Need a New President” the cover says. “Obama’s Gotta Go” the article inside says.

Journalists are not idiots. They recognize that Obama, as the Newsweek cover story documents, has been a failure. But they are also lemmings who will not depart from their traditional support of Democrats unless given permission by their peers. The cover story in Newsweek, one of the most liberal-leaning publications in the country, does just that.

Because of support by the press, Obama became president in the first place and has held his own against Mitt Romney in polls.

Three months before the story of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr.’s connection to Obama finally broke in the mainstream media, I began writing stories as chief Washington correspondent of Newsmax.com about Obama’s close association with his America-bashing minister.

The media, which had known generally about Wright since Obama announced his candidacy in February 2007, ignored the stories. If the media had picked them up then, Obama likely would not be president today.

According to pollsters, largely as a result of the stories the press finally ran about Wright, Obama’s double-digit lead over Hillary Clinton vanished. At the same time, John McCain shot up in the polls, and Hillary began winning the primaries. But by then, Obama was ahead, and it was too late for her to overcome his previous lead.

Indeed, David Remnick’s “The Ridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama” quotes an unidentified Clinton aide as saying, “If Jeremiah Wright had dropped in January [2008], it [Obama’s candidacy] would have been over.”

Today, the media largely ignore Obama’s daily distortions and record of failure, all documented in the Newsweek article. In contrast, after President Bush gave his 2003 State of the Union address, the press attacked him mercilessly for weeks over his 16-word statement that the British government had learned that Saddam Hussein sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.

In fact, the statement was true. After the British House of Commons Intelligence and Security Committee reviewed the MI6 intelligence about the claim involving Niger, it concluded in September 2003 that the British intelligence service was justified in continuing to say that Hussein had tried to obtain uranium from that country. The press then ignored the report showing that Bush’s statement was indeed accurate.

But when Obama says the private sector of the economy is doing fine, belittles success, claims the Supreme Court cannot overrule a law passed by Congress, says he is not divisive even as he attacks Republicans, gratuitously injects race into his comments, or claims Romney and Paul Ryan would end Medicare as we know it, the press gives the president a pass.

None of this is lost on the public.

A recent Rasmussen poll found that 59 percent of likely U.S. voters believe Obama has received the best treatment from the media so far. Just 18 percent think Mitt Romney has been treated better.

Having been a reporter for the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, I know how susceptible journalists are to the herd instinct. The Newsweek cover story in effect tells journalists it’s OK to begin telling the truth about Obama and expose his presidency as the failure Newsweek says it is. For that reason, it could be a turning point in the election.

One of the biggest problems the Obama campaign has (actually two related problems) is the inability to dig up some really harmful dirt on either Romney or Ryan coupled with the inability to portray either of them as the bad guys.  And the more the Dems try, the nastier they come off.  Say what you will about the American people, they just really don’t like “nasty”.
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48 thoughts on “Hit the Road, Barack

  1. J. R. Babcock August 21, 2012 / 4:52 pm

    I saw the greatest poster the other day. It said something like, “You really have to feel sorry for Obama; if he loses he’s out of a job and if he wins, he inherits a mess.”

    • Patrick Dunston August 21, 2012 / 5:25 pm

      Sorry, James. Changing screen names doesn’t suddenly make you welcome//Moderator

      • J. R. Babcock August 21, 2012 / 5:56 pm

        J.R. what makes you think the President will lose

        Little bit of a reading comprehension problem there, Pat? What part of “if he loses, he’s out of a job, and IF HE WINS…” did you not comprehend?

        BTW, I fully expect Obama to win. Don’t want him to, but reality says otherwise.

      • dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 9:54 pm

        Here J.R. I would have to disagree, even if it is just hopeful, but Obama has lost (paraphrasing Dick Cheney) Big Time in every aspect of his base. Not that I believe polls but I do believe in the American people.

  2. Patrick Dunston August 21, 2012 / 5:23 pm

    We know all of your IP addresses, James. Nice try//Moderator

  3. bloodypenquinstump August 21, 2012 / 6:11 pm

    “Rep. Steve King, R-Moron: I Never Heard of Anyone Getting Pregnant From Statutory Rape or Incest”

    Keep digging idiots, help Obama return for four more years. 🙂

    • dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 6:48 pm

      Oh my–it was a stupid statement (of which I am also guitly); however, at first I thought it might have been a rare media mention of Minnesota DFLRep. Kerry Gauthier’s public rest stop romance with a 17-year-old boy. My bad.

      Neither are acceptable but which party is taking one to task? One misspoke and the other ????

      • Count d'Haricots August 21, 2012 / 6:54 pm

        “Well, I just haven’t heard of that being a circumstance that’s been brought to me in any personal way, and I’d be open to discussion about that subject matter,” he said when (Rep Steve King) was asked about whether he believed a pregnant 12-year-old should be barred from getting an abortion.

  4. mitch August 21, 2012 / 6:17 pm

    Thanks JR for your comment. It’s refreshing to see someone on this site who’s tethered to reality, irrespective of your political and social views. I salute you sir for being reasonable and recognizing the current situation for what it is, without all the hysterical, fanatical tribalism. When Romney calls out Atkins, and Mitch McConnell does as well, the right has a problem regardless of what entertainers such as Bill ‘O or Beck proclaim to their fans. Jim Jones assured his flock that the Kool Aid was a refreshing drink as well.
    As I am confident that you know, the reason why Ryan and Atkins sponsored a bill that (attempted) to redefine rape was because they needed to justify their opposition to abortion under any circumstances; including rape. So the easy way around that conundrum was to try and redefine the meaning of the word. And then throw in some gross ignorance of biology as well.

    • Count d'Haricots August 21, 2012 / 6:56 pm

      “sponsored a bill that (attempted) to redefine rape”

      Same lie; different day.

    • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 7:40 pm

      mitche, you *&%(*@% piece of &%^$&*, do you ever stop lying? I can tell you have been here just by the stink of your trail.

      No, you vile little piece of excrement, Ryan and Atkins did NOT try to redefine rape, you ignorant moron.

      Fully aware of the dishonesty of the let’s-kill-the-baby crowd, for which you are such a cheerleader, they understand that if abortion is limited to victims of rape, then suddenly every pathologically selfish female gestational creature intent on destroying her young will suddenly remember being “raped”. “Raped” by the husband she goes home to every night, “raped” by the boyfriend one of the nights she had sex with him, etc.

      So there was discussion of REfining the term, not reDEfining the term, to include only forcible rape. That is, real rape. Not the “OMG I’m preggers guess that weekend of bump and tickle had better be called rape” rape.

      And this was only deemed necessary by the innate dishonesty of people who are, let’s face it, already pretty degenerate anyway, because this is the only kind of creature who can plot to kill her young.

      As for the “medical” comment, yes, it was dumb. But I think it was based on the so-often heard comment that gee, if you’d just RELAX and QUIT WORRYING ABOUT IT then you’d get pregnant. About the often-told stories of infertile women adopting and then suddenly getting pregnant, with the explanation that once they quit being so uptight about getting pregnant it would happen.

      Yes, it was dumb to accept all this folk wisdom as medical fact, and dumber to extrapolate that the body somehow shuts down reproductive activity in the presence of extreme stress, but it was not malignant lying, like the crap you regularly dump here.

    • J. R. Babcock August 21, 2012 / 11:23 pm

      Thanks JR for your comment. It’s refreshing to see someone on this site who’s tethered to reality

      Mitch, come on dude — what would you know about reality>

  5. dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 6:40 pm

    This is one time I will say that maybe, just maybe, a President Obama is what this country needed. Not to help household wealth to drop by 35% or help convince many companies sit on their money and the sidelines rather than hire and expand but rather to awaken a sleeping giant that really does not follow politics that closely until it affects them.

    Wilson (a progressive), Johnson (a progressive), and FDR (a progressive) awoke the American people three times before and Obama (I believe through his handlers) has done it again. See a trend there?

    Whether it just takes looking back at the last 3.5 years or it takes 8–once again the progressives have tired to turn our capitalist system that has been the shinning light on the hill into a third world nation.

    Once again I think the American people will turn sharply against this plague and we might even right the ship~just depends on how much “we” are willing to sacrifice to set things right for future generations and it will not be done with OPM.

    • mitch August 21, 2012 / 7:10 pm

      Capitalism as an economic philosophy comes with many responsibilities and caveats. It has to be regulated and controlled to prevent the worst impulses of human behavior. Unfortunately, the party of conservatives has been eaten from within by free market absolutists and christian fanatics all the while subsidized by folks like the Koch Bros who seized upon the Citizens United ruling to turn this nation into a Corptacracy. (Or at least that is their intent.)
      The Teaparty, for all it’s good intentions was immediately radicalized and became focused on social issues; as is evident here at B4V and if you look at the policies advocated by the elected Teaparty candidates, you will see exactly what I am talking about. According to Christian doctrine, redemption (from a supposed god) comes only thru pain and that is exactly what conservatives promote. No social safety net but billions in defense spending. No Pell grants but billions in tax cuts for the ultra wealthy. No womens health concerns but will redfine “rape” to suit a moral objection to removing a zygote smaller than the period on the end of this sentence.
      You object to modernity and progress, but that is the way things are. A romanticized notion of “how things were” exists only in the mind of regressive focused individuals and there is nothing that they can do to stop the unfathomable weight and inertia of the fundementally progressive nature of social evolution. The right to choose will not be overturned. Gay marriage has achieved legal status. Pot will become legal and States Rights should be voted on by all residents of any state. That way, voter suppression will become a non-issue and the desperation acted out by movement conservatives will become a faded memory. I admire the few of you here who actually see things as they are and not lashing out with some eye spinning insane crap about how the president isn’t a citizen and is going to lose.
      He’s not because what’s left of the Republican party is committing suicide live and in front of everyone. In a Few Good Men, Tom Cruise pushed Jack to the breaking point until he lashed out in anger and a loss of self control. But then it was too late.
      It’s too late for Romney, irrespective of Obama’s faults.

      • Cluster August 21, 2012 / 7:18 pm

        I admire the few of you here who actually see things as they are and not lashing out with some eye spinning insane crap

        Mitch buddy, the only one that lashes out with eye spinning insane crap is you. You are drama queen of the highest order.

      • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 7:23 pm

        mitche, you are such a despicable liar it is not worth much of my time or effort to deal with any more of your slime, but I’ll take a moment to list some of your more recent lies.

        the party of conservatives has been eaten from within by free market absolutists and christian fanatics all the while subsidized by folks like the Koch Bros

        The Teaparty, (sic) for all it’s (sic) good intentions was immediately radicalized

        According to Christian doctrine, redemption (from a supposed god) comes only thru pain

        No social safety net

        No Pell grants but billions in tax cuts for the ultra wealthy

        No womens (sic) health concerns but will redfine (sic) “rape”

        You object to modernity and progress

        A romanticized notion of “how things were” exists only in the mind of regressive focused individuals and there is nothing that they can do to stop the unfathomable weight and inertia of the fundementally progressive nature of social evolution. (Not just a lie but a bizarrely convoluted bit of nonsense)

        what’s left of the Republican party is committing suicide

        As usual, there is not a single bit of content that is true, accurate, or anything but the spewings of a sewer mentality.

      • Cluster August 21, 2012 / 7:26 pm

        Mitch is a typical Obama voter. Emotional and ignorant.

      • dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 9:48 pm

        Let’s see what we have here;
        Capitalism as an economic philosophy comes with many responsibilities and caveats. It has to be regulated and controlled to prevent the worst impulses of human behavior.
        The beginning was good but you screwed the pooch in the second statement.
        Unfortunately, the party of conservatives has been eaten from within by free market absolutists and Christian fanatics all the while subsidized by folks like the Koch Bros who seized upon the Citizens United ruling to turn this nation into a Corptacracy. (Or at least that is their intent.)
        Total self-anointed beliefs
        The Teaparty, for all it’s good intentions was immediately radicalized and became focused on social issues; as is evident here at B4V and if you look at the policies advocated by the elected Teaparty candidates, you will see exactly what I am talking about.
        See above…babbling would be a better term.
        According to Christian doctrine, redemption (from a supposed god) comes only thru pain and that is exactly what conservatives promote.
        All rights come from the Creator ~ not supposed or otherwise and “pain” was not part of the prescription.
        No social safety net but billions in defense spending. No Pell grants but billions in tax cuts for the ultra wealthy. No womens health concerns but will redfine “rape” to suit a moral objection to removing a zygote smaller than the period on the end of this sentence.
        The social safety net you denounce was to be provided at a State or Community level—not Federal but that must escape your simple mind as you mention “No Pell grants but billions in tax cuts for the ultra wealthy” which I would hope you can present or are you referring to the continuation of tax rates existent for over 10 years now? Women’s health concern over??? You were once a zygote as you put it—should we remove you??? Nothing more than a ‘period’ like this. Oh, look—twins ..
        Pell grants ~ really? Can’t make it on your own—you know working your way through college or securing a loan? Please. This was a joke and the rest is even worse. Vote however you feel but please do not make the rest of us suffer your musings.

        BTW, we can and will stop the Progressives once again.

      • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 10:15 pm

        db, it’s not even worth the effort to address each lie. Once you see that they are all lies, I think all that is necessary is to say “They are all lies”.

        Funny, isn’t it, how once these rabid attack dogs get started they can’t rein it in, and lose control, getting wilder and wilder in their delusions and their lies and their expositions of their irrational hatred. It takes very little goading to nudge them into complete meltdowns and revelations of their true selves.

    • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 7:28 pm

      db, don’t go away. I’ve had to go back and edit out the language I thought was the most appropriate, and believe me, dealing with the *^&*)%&* that is mitche stretches my ability to find at least semi-acceptable verbiage.

      I have often said Obama is the best thing that could have happened to this country, because his massive ego and hubris drove him to turn up the temperature so high and so fast that even the slowest froggies started to realize they were in danger and started to make plans to get out of the pot—or at least turn off the fire.

      Have you noticed that not one of the trolls has ever offered an explanation of their political philosophy, of why the Left has the better plan for governing the country?

      If we use logic and assume that they show us what they’ve got, all they’ve got is an unlimited supply of the foulest vitriol imaginable—-and not a single actual political thought amongst them.

      But boy, can they spew mental sewage!

      • dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 9:21 pm

        Once again you are correct and I was not. The only “missing” is that I will no longer directly address Watson at it’s request otherwise, I will follow the moderator’s view and keep my language civil.

      • dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 10:01 pm

        Oops. Missed a semi-colon in my previous. Once again my bad. I will spank my “fat fingers” and teach them a lesson or two before I sit at the keyboard again.

        …at it’s request otherwise, I will…” should have been ” at it’s request; otherwise, I will…”

      • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 10:21 pm

        Yeah, you gotta tread lightly around the fragile flower that is watson—the tears, oh the tears, and then the sobbing………

        And after all, it is so much easier to snivel about a little nickname than to actually address political issues. Oh, watson can carry on for hours about his objection to using the words of the Founders to explain the writings of the Founders (!!) but when it comes to explaining his current, contemporary, 21st Century, political philosophy it’s a no-go.

        And out comes the scented hankie……..

  6. Cluster August 21, 2012 / 6:51 pm

    Well you know it’s a wierd day when Mitch congratulates someone for being “tethered to reality”. I didn’t even know that word was in his vocabulary.

    If we really want to paint an entire ideology by the words of one man, then I will ask Mitch why he supports a party that endorses the teachings and influence of Islamic Madrasas in our school system.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/muslim-congressman-model-americas-schools-after-madrasas/

    Knowing that Islam teaches the oppression of women and the slaughter of gays, shouldn’t Obama and the DNC speak out against this congressman? I don’t ever recall you, or anyone else feigning outrage over that statement. Care to explain why?

    Romney and Ryan have already spoken out on this issue and support the right for a woman to choose abortion in the event of rape. Obama has yet to take a stand on teaching the oppression of woman in the class room.

    Your thoughts?

    • mitch August 21, 2012 / 7:29 pm

      That’s it. No more religious bigotry and no more lies and no more posting nothing but insults. You’re outta here. //Moderator

      • Cluster August 21, 2012 / 7:38 pm

        I don’t assume that you are a democrat, he’ll I don’t even assume that you are human. If anyone is weak minded and ignorant it is you my friend. The list of unexamined lies that freely flow from your mind are a clear example of someone who simply chooses to walk around with blinders on.

        You harbor such cartoonish notions of what a conservative is, that mocking you is the only sensible thing to do. An actual debate would be fruitless

        And google Rep. Carson and Madrasa, you will find all the information you need.

  7. Cluster August 21, 2012 / 6:54 pm

    Obama is the first, and hopefully the last, TMZ president. He is more comfortable on Entertainment Tonight than he is addressing the serious media. Heis more comfortable with George Clooney than he is with Benjamin Netanyahu. He is out of his depth and considering the serious times we are in, we desperately need a serious president. Someone who is actually going to work on the issues and not golf, campaign and give lectures.

  8. Cluster August 21, 2012 / 6:59 pm

    Just a thought – do liberals and democrats really feel they have the authority to lecture anyone about rape considering their shameful actions in the Dike Lacrosse case?

    • mitch August 21, 2012 / 7:30 pm

      You’re gone, Mitch. //Moderator

    • dbschmidt August 21, 2012 / 9:26 pm

      Do they (Dems & Libs) have the room to lecture anyone as here in NC we have several cases (aside from the Duke case) that are a true redefinition of legal terms like several now trying to redefine the meaning “life in prison until your natural death” into gain time and a freebie to rejoin society on the public dime.

  9. Amazona August 21, 2012 / 8:41 pm

    Just saw another of Obama’s “Just How Stupid ARE American Women, Anyway?”
    ads.

    I wonder if there is anyone in the nation stupid enough to believe the claim that Romney/Ryan want employers to “deny women access to cancer screening and birth control”.

    It actually sounded kind of interesting, and I wanted the ad to continue, to tell us exactly HOW employers were going to deny this access. Assign bodyguards to their female employees to shadow them and interfere with efforts to go to doctors? ??????????

    And what about Dem employers? Or women employers? Are they, too, going to find some way to “DENY ACCESS” to medical care?

    The contempt Obama has for Americans is so obvious. He doesn’t even try to come up with believable lies.

    • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 8:54 pm

      HELP WANTED

      Employer with five female employees needs full-time workers to follow them and intercept efforts to access medical care. Overtime and benefits.

      Now we know how Romney and Ryan plan to fix the unemployment problem—this is gonna take a LOT of people!

      • Cluster August 21, 2012 / 9:09 pm

        Is that a union job?

      • neocon1 August 21, 2012 / 9:48 pm

        When the smoke clears and the mirrors of the Ubama debacle the REAL truth about which side is for women……

        Has Obama Been Asked About the Big Sis Sexual Harassment Scandal?

        NOT a PEEP from the pravda press, has she been demanded to resign??

      • neocon1 August 21, 2012 / 9:51 pm

        the REAL story……not some silly misspoken interview.

        Big Sis involved in lawsuit for sex discrimination and abuse against male staffers
        Kevin Danielsen August 10, 2012 2:29 pm

        Janet ‘Big Sis’ Napolitano has recently found herself neck-deep in a lawsuit, but not of the ‘business as usual’ nature. No, this lawsuit is not concerning the security of the nation, but rather how the head of the Department of Homeland Security is treating male members of her own staff.

        http://www.ijreview.com/2012/08/12638-august10dhs/

      • neocon1 August 21, 2012 / 9:55 pm

        Hit the Road, Barack

        Psalm 109:8

      • Amazona August 21, 2012 / 10:17 pm

        Cluster, too funny. Four stars.

  10. Cluster August 22, 2012 / 9:22 am

    Here’s just another reason why Barack must hit the road:

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano are mum on why the legal requirements that immigrants and visa applicants not be reliant on government assistance have been watered down, according to some lawmakers.

    The Obama regime just feels that they can ignore the Senate, ignore the House, and ignore the American people and simply impose their extreme policies. From Obama imposing the dream act by decree, to gutting the welfare reform act, to Harry Reid ignoring every piece of legislation sent to him by the House, to Janet and Hillary disregarding the requests of the Senate to answer for relaxing entitlement policies for immigrants. This is an extreme regime that needs to be replaced.

    GTFO 2012!

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/08/22/clinton-napolitano-mum-on-open-door-immigrant-welfare-policy/#ixzz24HTUnpAf

  11. Cluster August 22, 2012 / 9:49 am

    And yet another reason, of course this could go on all day:

    On the heels of the GSA spending scandal in Vegas, employees at the Department of Veterans Affairs are now under investigation over a pair of Orlando conferences that ran $5 million and featured a pricey video parody of the movie “Patton.” 

    Our federal government is completely out of control, and Obama is not the right person to turn that around. We must fire him in November.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/21/va-under-investigation-over-5m-conferences-featuring-patton-parody/#ixzz24HbW8CvN

  12. Amazona August 22, 2012 / 11:24 am

    Evidently taking a short break from Bush-bashing, the Obama campaign has savaged Sarah Palin. Smarting from Guiliani’s observations of Biden’s intellect and capacity for handling the office of, God forbid, the presidency, Obama’s sweet deputy campaign manager, Stephanie Cutter, extended her claws and slashed at Sarah Palin.

    “I would like to point back to his glowing introduction of Sarah Palin during the 2008 Convention,” Cutter said. “So if he wants to criticize the capacity of the vice president to take hold of this country, he should go back and look at those remarks and whether he still believes that they’re true.”

    Uh, Steph, even if the RRL slime machine WERE right about Sarah, which of course they are not, no number of mentally deficient people would change the fact that one of their own is a heartbeat away from the Oval Office.

    But how civil of you to comment. I think there is a saucer of milk waiting for you.

    And then SlowJoe weighs in, calling Republicans “squealing pigs”. Now, now, wait just a second, trolls, before YOU start squealing. What SJ said was: ““Over the objections where they sound like squealing pigs, over the objections of Romney and all his allies, we passed some of the toughest Wall Street regulations in history, turning Wall Street back into the allocator of capital it always has been and no longer a casino. And they want to repeal it,” Biden said at an event in Minneapolis.”

    Isn’t he just the best possible example of the civility of the Obama people?

    He then went on to say, evidently with a straight face, about the middle class, “We’ve helped them keep their homes and their health care….”

    I understand some have suggested that President Romney keep SJ on in a continuing role as the Court Fool, but there is something distasteful about laughing at the mentally impaired, so I think that suggestion is a non-starter.

  13. bloodypenquinstump August 22, 2012 / 4:38 pm

    “Just a thought – do liberals and democrats really feel they have the authority to lecture anyone about rape considering their shameful actions in the Dike Lacrosse case?”

    Ya, remember when all liberals did something something something.

    • neocon1 August 22, 2012 / 5:07 pm

      bacon left in a PARK now a HATE CRIME?

      Ramadan Bacon Mystery Solved? Caller Says Pork Placed In Park For Scavengers, Not To Offend Muslims

    • Cluster August 22, 2012 / 5:46 pm

      Bloody,

      The something liberals never did, was apologize to the Duke players.

      • Casper August 22, 2012 / 5:56 pm

        Cluster
        “The something liberals never did, was apologize to the Duke players.”

        Why should they? I don’t remember you apologizing for anything conservatives have done.

      • Cluster August 22, 2012 / 6:25 pm

        Casper,

        So it’s ok that people like Al Sharpton ruined these kids reputation and lives over unfounded accusations because of a political and racial agenda and then when proven false, they simply walked away without as much as an apology?

        Good to know

      • neocon1 August 22, 2012 / 6:52 pm

        catspuke

        I don’t remember you apologizing for anything conservatives have done.

        name some

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