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  •  Your deceptive and vacuous comments... (8+ / 0-)

    ...wherein you state facts which contradict themselves, indicating basic dishonesty in your agenda here (in the comment, itself), tells the audience all it needs to know!

    If this is all you have, then what you're doing is out-and-out trolling, because you contradict and deceive and chastise (pure bullshit) in the comment to which I'm now responding.

    Put a little more simply: "You're being a dick!" (Based upon the definition as provided by the owner of this community. What would you call being deliberately disingenuous and dishonest in your commentary, and then stating things that are totally contradicted by the words in this post, along with clearly indicating an ulterior agenda, since you're of the opinion I'm an "Obama Hater." Which is blatantly false, but a so-called excuse you use for your behavior now?)

    This is my last response to you (and, for the record, I usually go out of my way to avoid your irrational agenda in this community, too; but this is my post and, again, you're being a dick).

    "I always thought if you worked hard enough and tried hard enough, things would work out. I was wrong." --Katharine Graham

    by bobswern on Thu Nov 07, 2013 at 12:00:20 PM PST

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    •  You're too kind. (0+ / 0-)

      There's history for these monster "deals" coming in with Democratic presidents. Consider Bill Clinton:

      -- Cut the capital gains tax from 30% to 15%.

      -- NAFTA

      -- Allow the Eisenhower era protections for whistleblowers to expire

      -- Initiate the CIA's fresh new extralegal special ops army (which had been planned by Bush41)

      Bush43 was worse. Really ??? Apart from Iraq, where? His two tax cuts were bad, but nothing like the 30% to 15% giveaway.

      The NY Times editorial reads like 7th Grade civics books discussing the labor union wars of the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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