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Obama Has Pattern Of Ignoring Law

December 31, 2013

President Barack Obama has made it clear over and over again, frequently in wholesale changes and complete reversals of health care law provisions, that he considers the law of the land something h......

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JackAaah

Jan-02-14 1:30 PM

Just how can Omama move us forword.....unless he does ignore the law? Some say he has mandate to rule like a dictator, as a result of the last two elections....some say...

Come Together

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Fritz43

Jan-01-14 5:41 PM

Well, it's a new year and Nutting has changed. This so-called newspaper contains the same bias, venom, negativity and intolerance that it has had in recent years, that is, since the last genuine newspaper person left.

Of course, you can continue to read this "paper" if you must, but avoid the so-called "editorial" and "opinion" pages unless you enjoy laughing at the unenlightened.

I usually just poke 'em once with a virtual stick and move on.

And a hearty shout-out to our leading Troll, King of the Disagreed With and leading epsilon-minus, daRat. Still living in your folks basement are you? Sad, really sad. You're on these forums constantly - don't you have a life? And you coulda been somebody.

In cloud-cuckoo land maybe. I hate to resort to ad hominem attacks, but in your case you ask for it every time you stick your, uh, teabag in your mouth.

As I said, sad. Nah, not really. You are this forum's answer to Bobcat Goldthwait

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daWraith

Jan-01-14 9:01 AM

A ChokingPathGuySmoker?

Still gonna die, sucker.

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daWraith

Jan-01-14 9:00 AM

Raver00 I guess that is why Bush approval rating in Dec 2013 was 12 points higher than Ovomit?

Ovmit 5 year approval numbers lower than Bush at 5 years?

Keep babbling psycho, the Obamanation era is ending . . . .

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Pathguy

Jan-01-14 8:53 AM

What a waste of ink and paper!!! cancel my subscription!! Wait-I already did that! Is Nutting sacred???

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rover1958

Dec-31-13 10:06 PM

Our illegal occupation of Cuban territory being used as a torture chamber for kidnapped foreign nationals held without counsel, without warrant, without trial is a disgusting blight on America.

Bless President Obama's quest to close the place, bring the charged to America and give them legal process. If guilty, imprison or execute them. Otherwise, release those who receive due process and are not found guilty.

Illegal prisons and 'secret' prisons will come back to bite us a thousand fold. We look like barbaric monsters and fools as long as we violate international conventions and human rights to 'water board' and otherwise torture seized foreigners while continuing to lecture the world on morality. All it takes for a monster like Coward Chaney to come to power is for good people to permit such to happen. The waffling Texas Idiot who tolerated Monster Chaney will be judged badly by history....very badly.

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daWraith

Dec-31-13 8:27 PM

Oh BTW FrackedupReputation, did the Witch Doctors in Kuala Lumpur make little straw dolls of Bush and Cheney and then stick pins in them as punishment???

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daWraith

Dec-31-13 8:23 PM

I wonder if Bush would have been high fiving it with a hot Blonde politicians and taking selfies at the Mandela FUNERAL like the Child in Chief, FrackedupReputation?

The man-boy is was a humiliating disgrace to the world leaders and to the United States.

The only good thing is Michelle likely removed his other testicle that night for acting like a dog in heat while sitting next to her with a white blond.

Stereotypical behavior for the man who never made it ANYWHERE in private industry.

Even worse he was AWOL at Margaret Thatchers funeral. Didn't even send Jokin Joe "that was a big Effin deal" Biden.

PATHETIC LOSER.

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WVUGEO

Dec-31-13 4:07 PM

What an especially vaporous bit of Obama bashing.

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promo61

Dec-31-13 1:02 PM

snarksnarksnark

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RockEReputation

Dec-31-13 12:19 PM

"Bush has NOT BEEN INDICTED anywhere"

Thus his non-Swiss-visiting lowkey existence on the ranch in Crawford.

.a paintin' dog portraits and other such post-presidential non-humanitarian projects.

..bet he was a brilliant conversationalist to have aboard AF ONE bound for Mandela's funeral.

"Y'all got my back if Desmond Tutu starts with that International Criminal Court war crimes thing, right?"

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daWraith

Dec-31-13 11:55 AM

WashingtonPost:

"But John Dinges, author of "The Condor Years: How Pinochet and his Allies Brought Terrorism to Three Continents," pointed out that Bush had to be indicted somewhere before he could be arrested--which leaves him little cause for worry.

"Bush is in good company. There are more than 300 South American military officers who have Interpol extradition warrants,” said Dinges, who is also the Godfrey Lowell Cabot Professor of Journalism at Columbia University.

“The difference is that Bush has NOT BEEN INDICTED anywhere--unlike most of the officers wanted in the human rights cases. Until that happens, I don't think this will change Bush's ability to travel.”

BBWHAHAHAHAAH!

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daWraith

Dec-31-13 11:52 AM

TwerkyReputation believes in Alien Abductions, Sasquatch, and the Tooth Fairy as well.

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mikeyd

Dec-31-13 11:47 AM

potatohead.

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caltransplant

Dec-31-13 10:04 AM

What a meaningless op ed this is. The president "says" he is going to ignore the law, but he probably won't. Man, can you babble! BTW, you have a very short memory.

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RockEReputation

Dec-31-13 7:21 AM

Why neocons wanna keep rehashing Gitmo amazes me.

The nonpartisan Constitution Project released a report (chaired by GOPeer Asa Hutchinson) this past APril:

"the kind of considered and detailed discussions that occurred after 9/11 directly involving a president and his top advisers on the wisdom, propriety and legality of inflicting pain and torment on some detainees in our custody" is unprecedented.

"It is indisputable that the United States engaged in the practice of torture"

The panel concluded that the highest US officials bore ultimate responsibility for the use of torture.

They urged Obama to close Gitmo by the end of 2014.

Bush won't go to Switzerland due to human rights groups filing criminal complaints for violating international torture laws.

Bush , Cheney, and Rumsfeld, in absentia. have been convicted of war crimes by a tribunal in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for their warped imperialistic behaviors

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