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August 26 2013 5:55 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Kadesh

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at least he didn't start an endless war under false pretenses that killed over a million people.



Bush didn't the war, he just responded. He was actually in agreement with most of the nation was calling for at the time. Though you obviously forgot the widespread call for war.



No, Ass, Bush started the idea for that war. He brought it up in the first fucking place... and HE made the decision to start the war.

Hell, not too long ago you were whining that he would be considered one of our greatest presidents in large part because he went into Iraq... and now you can't even bring yourself to admit going into Iraq was something he thought up and chose to do. There were massive, simply MASSIVE GLOBAL protests in opposition to going into Iraq. Literally the largest protests the world has ever seen.
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November 15 2013 10:54 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Well, we can no unequivocally add one actual failure to this thread... the shit-tastic rollout of the ACA. This was a MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR fuckup. We knew there would be problems.. and by we I mean fucking EVERYBODY, but not this bad. That said, the real-world impact of this fuckup seems to be pretty light, which is good, so if it is fixed soonish then things can go along roughly as planned.
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groege w. bush is my favourite usa presidrent
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appointed a Republican to head the F.B.I.









When reaching across the aisle became a reach-around

When FBI Director James Comey told Congress on Oct. 28 that he was reviewing additional emails pertinent to the case of Hillary Clinton’s email server, Clinton had an 81 percent chance of winning the election according to our polls-only forecast. One week later, her chances were 65 percent according to the same forecast.

President Obama named Republican James Comey director of the F.B.I. in 2013. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said that Comey’s decision to reveal possible new evidence in the Hillary Clinton email probe likely cost Democrats the election.

“He became the leading Republican political operative in the country, wittingly or unwittingly,” she told reporters during a brief appearance at Democratic National Committee headquarters Tuesday afternoon.

Comey disclosed the new evidence in a letter to congressional leaders 11 days before the election. He told those leaders Sunday that the new materials did not change the FBI’s conclusion that Clinton had committed no crimes.

But Clinton’s lead in published polls dipped after the revelation, and because House results are highly correlated to the presidential results, Pelosi said the news had a “definite impact” on the congressional battle.

“This is like a Molotov cocktail thrown into a very explosive arena,” she said.

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said in a statement that Comey’s letter “unfairly hurt the campaign of one candidate and changed the tenor of this election,” and many agree with her statement, even calling the timing of Comey’s interference an electioneering coup d’etat designed to overthrow the election in Trump’s favor.


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