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   Martinsh  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

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   Martinsh  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

   10 people like this.




   Martinsh  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

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   Donnaclaire  I've become increasingly and aggressively snarky these days, due to our "Outlaw-in-Chief" getting away with anything he darned well pleases. Further, the people who support him - Democrats in particular - seem to be oblivious to this or...they don't care. I've learned this 'snarkiness' from the best in the business - the left/libs/Dems - who never miss an opportunity to trash those who don't agree with them. Until this dictator/despot/tyrant leaves office, I will only get worse - so please bear with me!
September 12 at 09:43 EST .

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   Gerty  Vent away!!

You've come to the right place, Donnaclaire. You'll find agreement, sympathy and even opposition--but you will be heard. Welcome!
September 12 at 15:47 EST .

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   Linder  Count me in....I'll be bearin' with you!
September 12 at 19:42 EST .

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   Gerty  "ISIS is not Islamic!"

Helloooooo!
September 11 at 09:57 EST .

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   Balogreene  I am working from home tomorrow (11 September 2014 ). They are repaving my street Friday. 400 cars will have to park on less than a mile of road, that is already 1/2 full (we are only allowed two cars on the street, if you have mom, dad, and a kid in a there bedroom townhouse... ).
I said something to a former Ranger I work with, like it's not because of 9/11. He said he also was working from home, and it was because it was 9/11. His contacts told him there is a lot of chatter out there. He isn't taking any chances. We are in Northern Virginia, a couple of miles from Fort Belvoir, not far from Quantico, near to DC. He says they can hit anywhere in the country, and will hit soft-targets. He also said the things that scare him are the chatter, the events in the world today, and the absolute weakness of Obama.
September 10 at 21:52 EST .

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   Safetydude  With all respect to your former Ranger colleague.
Who are his contact's and if they are aware of 'chatter' how did they get that information?
If the sourse is sensitive should they be passing that information on to a 'former' Ranger, which to me sounds like a compromise of COMSEC.
And should he, in turn, be passing that information on?
Did he give you a warning about something?
September 10 at 23:12 EST .

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   Gerty  Mr. Dude--I'm one of the people who clicked on 'like' for your comment. But, you just gotta cut some slack to people like me who are just plain 'scared' about the implications of this sad anniversary.
On that dreaded day, I lived about 20 miles from the Towers. I will NEVER forget the horror or the lingering knowledge that those beasts will strike again!!

It's just a matter of time.
September 11 at 08:37 EST .

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   Bettijo  I am retired so will not be going to work today. But, I worry about my daughter in downtown Chicago. Wish she would stay home today. My grand daughters go to a small private school, so they should be ok, but I worry about the large public schools. There is nothing those evil doers will not stoop to.
September 11 at 08:54 EST .

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   Linder  Gerty, How utterly frightening that must have been to live so close to the Towers that day.
September 11 at 10:13 EST .

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   Belwhatter  Dear Gerty, Memories resurface on this day - we all recall that day, that TV footage of the planes impacting the towers etc. Two friends of mine had close-call stories,one in particular was visiting NJ for a high school reunion and was meeting an old schoolfriend for coffee that day - that friend would normally have been at work in one of the towers and was fortunate to survive because of that friendly invitation. It is now 6pm west coast time and so far no tragedies - but be alert and keep God's umbrella raised over you.
September 11 at 21:03 EST .

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   Balogreene  Mr. Dude, my coworker and his friends said no more than what has been on the news in the DC area. Believe me, I hear about "chatter" all the time. It could be good, it could be bad. My coworker wasn't given confidential info from friends, he was putting together news stories in a way I wasn't thinking of.
September 12 at 23:05 EST .

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   Safetydude  I meant no disrespect to you or your coworker, Balo.

My concern was; if there was information out there that came from a 'secure' source maybe it should remain secure 'till it became 'official' information.(Not that I have all that much faith in official information, these days ).

Believe me, if I could plumb any source that would give me a heads-up about a threat to us citizens I would jump on it with both feet.
September 13 at 17:37 EST .

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   Jj1319  For the California members, the Republican candidate for Lt. Governor was on the Adam Carolla Show today. Fairly good interview. If interested, follow the link below and skip to the 1 hour mark. Language alert. Enjoy.

http://adamcarolla.com/ron-nehring-and-rob-zombie/
September 10 at 15:05 EST .

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   Martinsh  It seems that the success of the 2014 election will depend upon TURNOUT. I know that in the 2012 election almost 3 MILLION Republicans DID NOT VOTE. I can not understand why 3 million Republicans would stay at home and allow this President to win another 4 years. I pray that those 3 million will TURNOUT in 2014. I fear our country's future depends upon them.
September 8 at 10:46 EST .

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   StormCnter  The Wall Street Journal this morning said there were 7 million who should have voted GOP who either stayed home or didn't vote in the presidential race in 2012. That's astonishing. I agree with Martinsh. We have to vote.
September 8 at 13:10 EST .

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   Safetydude  I don't agree with not voting but I understand the frustration of many Republicans with the party as constituted.

If we can take over the Senate and keep the House in November then maybe, just maybe, we can nominate a conservative Presidential candidate that all grass root and Tea Party conservative Republicans can support to beat Hillary in 2016.

With the present party leadership I don't see much hope for that but there is always hope.
September 8 at 17:51 EST .

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   Phooey  I'll vote for the stupid party over the evil party every time.
September 8 at 20:13 EST .

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   Linder  In my 70 years I've been on the losing end of many Primary elections but never never have I stayed home and pouted. I'm betting that many of those 7 million who didn't vote have also never knocked on doors, handed out literature, made phone calls, pounded in yard signs, attended fund raisers, etc. etc. It's just their way or the highway! Thanks a lot.
September 8 at 20:26 EST .

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   BirdsNest  Most of these we already know...
http://www.naturalnews.com/046776_popular_lies_Americans_sta
te_of_denial.html
September 8 at 08:43 EST .

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   Safetydude  A thought to take with you to church on Sunday morning.

http://www.aol.com/article/2014/09/06/boy-12-gives-girl-sitt
ing-behind-him-foul-ball-at-red-sox-blue/20958284/?icid=main
g-grid7%7Chtmlws-main-bb%7Cdl5%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D525800
September 6 at 19:54 EST .

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   Uno  Here's one Joan woulda liked on Fashion Police: Guide Dog for Muslim Women
   September 4 at 20:57 EST .

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