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http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-09-23/clinton-calls-republicans-plans-hysterical-tirades-.html

Pay particular attention to one comment Clinton makes regarding the size reduction of the federal government:

“Their objective for 30 years has been to dismantle the federal government,” he said. “They have a model for the future that none of our competitors have embraced.”

What competitors would that be, Mr. President? China?? Russia?? Cuba?? Venezuela?? All the socialist-democracies of Europe?? Please help me to understand why you think it's a bad thing that we, the United States, aren't competing "fairly" on the world stage because we aren't embracing our competitors "model" of socialism (at best) or communism (at worst)?? :huh:
 

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When you hear the left-wing discuss "fair" and "redistribution" think globally.

Our poor people are filthy rich compared to most countries. That is the playing field they want to "level" and make "fair". Poor people here think they are talking about the US, but they aren't. The goal is to de-develop the US and bring us down to the level of the rest of the world, not bring the rest of the world up...
 

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http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-09-23/clinton-calls-republicans-plans-hysterical-tirades-.html

Pay particular attention to one comment Clinton makes regarding the size reduction of the federal government:

“Their objective for 30 years has been to dismantle the federal government,” he said. “They have a model for the future that none of our competitors have embraced.”
Dismantle the Fed???? HELL YES!!! :partyon:
A model for the future that our "competitors" have not embraced???? WTF cares??? Why do we need to follow a model that our competitors/enemies would support?

Clinton is obviously a traitor to the United States of America.


Disgusting. :down:
 

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What's the matter, libbys? You're not going to bite on this? Afraid to comment on your old mentor?? :huh:
 

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Q: Why do our enemies like to listen to only used up liberal Democrate ex-presidents?

A: They must share our enemies party line:crazy:

The UN is now being used a pawn and a base to attack the USA values and I feel its time it is moved to another country and WE become a lot smaller finacial contributer:lookinup:
 

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Good Leaders Listen First, Analyze Second and Act Last, and Leave the Emotions to the Emotional. ;)
 

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Q: Why do our enemies like to listen to only used up liberal Democrate ex-presidents?

A: They must share our enemies party line:crazy:

The UN is now being used a pawn and a base to attack the USA values and I feel its time it is moved to another country and WE become a lot smaller finacial contributer:lookinup:
No need to move it to another country, just move it about 100 yds east.
 

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Dismantle the Fed???? HELL YES!!! :partyon:
A model for the future that our "competitors" have not embraced???? WTF cares??? Why do we need to follow a model that our competitors/enemies would support?

Clinton is obviously a traitor to the United States of America.


Disgusting. :down:
Think "Center for American Progress" or CAP. ---

The Center for American Progress is a think tank dedicated to improving the lives of Americans through ideas and action. We combine bold policy ideas with a modern communications platform to help shape the national debate, expose the hollowness of conservative governing philosophy, and challenge the media to cover the issues that truly matter.

Our work builds upon progressive ideals put forth by such leaders as Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, JFK, and Martin Luther King. We draw from the great social movements of the 20th century—from labor rights and worker safety, to civil rights and women's suffrage. We translate those values into new ideas and action firmly rooted in the economic and political realities of the 21st century.

Founded in 2003, CAP is headed by John D. Podesta, former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton and professor at the Georgetown University Law Center. CAP is designed to provide long-term leadership and support to the progressive movement. Our ability to develop thoughtful policy proposals and engage in the war of ideas with conservatives is unique and effective.

No wonder Clinton sounds like a traitor.
Take a look at the Board of Directors for CAP. Bad news.

Rep. Garnet Coleman, Texas House of Representatives, Co-Chair

As a Representative of Texas’s 147th District since 1991, Rep. Coleman has garnered a reputation as a formidable champion for working families and communities of color, spearheading major victories for his constituents in the areas of education, health care, and economic development. He has twice been named to the prestigious Texas Monthly Ten Best Legislators list, and in 2004 he was recognized as Outstanding Black Caucus Chair by the Congressional Black Caucus.

Sen. Joe Bolkcom, Iowa Senate

Sen. Bolkcom is currently serving in his third term in the Iowa Senate. He was first elected to the Senate in 1998 and re-elected in 2002 and 2006. He previously served for six years on the Johnson County Board of Supervisors. Joe was elected a Senate Assistant Majority Leader for the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. Before becoming a County Supervisor, Joe worked for three years at the county public health department helping address the county’s leading health issues including youth access to tobacco products and environmental health concerns.

Wes Boyd, President of MoveOn.org

Wes and his wife Joan Blades were the cofounders in 1987 of Berkeley Systems, a San Francisco Bay area software company. After selling the company in 1997, Boyd and Blades went on to found MoveOn.org, which has quickly become a major national political force by using cutting edge online methods to coordinate fundraising and advocacy for progressive causes and candidates.

David Brock, President and CEO, Media Matters for America

David is the author of four political books, including The Republican Noise Machine: Right-Wing Media and How It Corrupts Democracy. His preceding book, Blinded by the Right: The Conscience of an Ex-Conservative, was a 2002 New York Times best-selling political memoir in which he chronicled his years as a conservative media insider. Brock serves on the advisory board of Democracy Radio Inc. and is the recipient of the New Democrat Network's first award for political entrepreneurship.

Anna Burger, International Secretary-Treasurer, SEIU

Hailed by Fortune Magazine as “the most powerful woman in the labor movement” and named as one of Washingtonian's 100 Most Powerful Women in 2006, Anna is both a top ranking officer at SEIU, the nation's largest and fastest growing union, and the first chair of America's newest labor federation, Change to Win. Before moving to SEIU’s international office in Washington D.C., Anna served as the first full-time woman President of SEIU Local 668 in Pennsylvania.

Sen. Morgan Carroll, Colorado Senate

Recently elected to the Colorado Senate after 4 years serving in the Colorado House of Representatives, Morgan Carroll has established herself as a leader at the Capitol, garnering appointments as Vice Chairman of the Judiciary Committee and member of the the Business Affairs and Labor Committee and the Legislative Council Committee. Rep. Carroll is currently a member of the National Conference of State Legislatures Future Health Care Leaders, the Commission on Health Mandates, and the Work Force Development Council.

Sen. Spencer Coggs, Wisconsin Senate

Sen. Coggs has been a member of the Wisconsin legislature for the last 26 years, serving as a state senator since 2002, during which time he has fought to improve public education, expand affordable health care coverage to all Wisconsinites, protect tentants’ rights, and reform the prison system. Sen. Coggs currently serves on the Executive Committee of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, is National President of the National Labor Caucus of State Legislators, and is Chairman of the Board of the Martin Luther King Heritage Health. Before going into politics, Sen. Coggs worked as a health officer, an industrial printer, and a postal worker. He remains a proud member of AFSCME Local 1091.

Leo Gerard, President, United Steelworkers, Vice President, AFL-CIO

After starting his career as a nickel smelter at age 18, Leo rose quickly through the ranks of the United Steelworkers Union, becoming Director of USW District 16 in 1985, National Director for Canada in 1991, International Secretary Treasurer in 1994, and finally as President of the USW International in 2001. Leo also serves as Vice President of the AFL-CIO, where he chairs the organization’s Public Policy Committee. Has been instrumental in forging the Blue/Green alliance for sustainable energy and green jobs and was a central figure in the founding of the Apollo Alliance.

Lisa Seitz Gruwell, Political Director, Skyline Public Works

Prior to joining Skyline Public Works, a national organization that merges venture capitalism with political philanthropy, Lisa worked in Democratic politics in Montana from 1995 to 1999, most notably serving as the director of the Montana Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee during the 1998 cycle. Lisa then headed to California where she served as Press Secretary and District Director for former California Assembly Majority Leader Kevin Shelley and worked for several Silicon Valley technology firms.

Del. Tom Hucker, Maryland House of Delegates

Before being elected in 2006, Del. Hucker made his mark as the founder of the influential advocacy group, Progressive Maryland. Since joining the House of Delegates, Del. Hucker has made an early impact as a member of the Environmental Matters Committee and as the sponsor of bills to expand early childhood education and prohibit housing discrimination. He is the recipient of the Hispanic Democratic Club’s 2002 Friends of Latinos Award, the Maryland Trial Lawyer’s Association’s 2005 Defenders of Justice Award, and the Korean Americans of Maryland’s 2005 Public Service award.


Sen. Nan Orrock, Georgia Senate

Before being elected to the Georgia Senate in 2006, Sen. Orrock served as the first ever female Georgia House Majority Whip. Since first being elected to the House in 1987, Sen. Orrock has been a tireless advocate for affordable health care, women’s rights, economic justice, and environmental justice. She has carried out a life-long commitment to the civil rights movement, including participation in the Atlanta and Mississippi branches of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee. Sen. Orrock currently serves as president of the national Women’s Legislative Lobby and sits on the board of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research.

Rep. Hannah Pingree, Majority Leader, Maine House of Representatives

Rep. Pingree is a rising star in the Maine legislature, where she has pioneered efforts to protect the environment and expand affordable healthcare. In 2007, she became the youngest woman ever to hold the position of Maine House Majority Leader. She has also served on the House Appropriations Committee and as Chairwoman of the House Health and Human Services Committee. Prior to her election, she worked as a producer iVillage.com, the largest political website for women, and as a fundraiser for her mother, Chellie Pingree, in her run for the U.S. Senate.

John Podesta, President and CEO, the Center for American Progress

Prior to founding the Center for American Progress, Podesta served as Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton from 1998 to 2001. He had served previously as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Clinton Administration and as Counselor to former Democratic Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle. Currently, John is a Visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center. He is considered one of the nation's leading experts on technology policy.

Lee Saunders, Secretary-Treasurer of AFSCME

Lee serves as executive assistant to Gerald McEntee, the President of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Previously, he served as administrator of AFSCME District Council 37 in New York.

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona House of Represenatives

After being elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2004, Rep. Sinema has made a mark as a staunch advocate for disadvantaged and oppressed populations, environmental justice, and social justice. In 2006, Rep. Synema received the 2006 Legislator of the Year Award from both the Arizona Public Health Association and the Arizona chapter of the National Association of Social Workers in addition to being named the Sierra Club’s Most Valuable Player.

There's just a short list as to Clinton's ideology, and a very telling resume as to why we are in the crap we are in today.
 

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Good Leaders Listen First, Analyze Second and Act Last, and Leave the Emotions to the Emotional. ;)
Whatever the heck that means! :huh:

Is that the best you can come up with??? Come on, where's your liberal, statist, social justice diatribe? :lookinup:
 

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Whatever the heck that means! :huh:

Is that the best you can come up with??? Come on, where's your liberal, statist, social justice diatribe? :lookinup:
Well if you don’t know, I can point you to a few Books … partner. :thumbsup:

It’s something every Good Leader knows … and every Great Leader employs; you may what to check it out before engaging mouth. ;)
 

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Rep. Garnet Coleman, Texas House of Representatives, Co-Chair

Sen. Joe Bolkcom, Iowa Senate


Wes Boyd, President of MoveOn.org


David Brock, President and CEO, Media Matters for America


Anna Burger, International Secretary-Treasurer, SEIU


Sen. Morgan Carroll, Colorado Senate


Sen. Spencer Coggs, Wisconsin Senate


Leo Gerard, President, United Steelworkers, Vice President, AFL-CIO


Lisa Seitz Gruwell, Political Director, Skyline Public Works


Del. Tom Hucker, Maryland House of Delegates


Sen. Nan Orrock, Georgia Senate


Rep. Hannah Pingree, Majority Leader, Maine House of Representatives


John Podesta, President and CEO, the Center for American Progress


Lee Saunders, Secretary-Treasurer of AFSCME


Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona House of Represenatives
Wow! Sounds like the "Who's Who" of the entire progressive socialist movement... wonder why we don't see Bill Ayers' name? I'll bet each person has their own pocket-sized copy of Saul Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals" as well, ready to whip out at a moments notice! :thumbsup:
 

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Somebody send Monica over to Bill's house with a cigar and we won't have to hear from him for a while. :D
 

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Somebody send Monica over to Bill's house with a cigar and we won't have to hear from him for a while. :D
So what do frustrated Republicans do for Sex, since they don’t like anything but Money and they can’t Jerk-off? :laughing:
 

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Well if you don’t know, I can point you to a few Books … partner. :thumbsup:

It’s something every Good Leader knows … and every Great Leader employs; you may what to check it out before engaging mouth. ;)
:laughing::laughing:

Well, PARTNER, why don't you go ahead and point me to those sage tomes! :thumbsup:

Help me to march in your socialist shoes, PARTNER... :thumbsup:
 

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So what do frustrated Republicans do for Sex, since they don’t like anything but Money and they can’t Jerk-off? :laughing:
Damn, you are SO predictable!! :laughing:
 

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So what do frustrated Republicans do for Sex, since they don’t like anything but Money and they can’t Jerk-off? :laughing:
They don't have to be frustrated. If they don't have a wife or girlfriend, they can afford to pay for it. :laughing:
 

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They don't have to be frustrated. If they don't have a wife or girlfriend, they can afford to pay for it. :laughing:
Pay for what? They don’t get off on anything but Money. :laughing:
 

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Pay for what? They don’t get off on anything but Money. :laughing:
You mean just like socialists get off only on Power and Control? Now I get it! :laughing::laughing:
 
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