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Marshall Ramsey

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  1. knittyditty

    knittyditty said, over 1 year ago

    Love it! If only it could be the same outcome…

  2. Fourcrows

    Fourcrows said, over 1 year ago

    I can wait for the investigations to show who knew what about each scandal, but I would be inclined to believe the AP scandal more likely to be traced to the oval office. As far as the IRS goes, that is most likely to be limited to the IRS itself, not anybody in the White House or Congress. I mean, really, if you’re going to form a group where the primary tenet is that Americans are paying too many taxes, of course the IRS is going to investigate. That’s like walking through a kennel wearing a bacon suit and complaining that a dog bit you.

  3. disgustedtaxpayer

    disgustedtaxpayer said, over 1 year ago

    Obama’s 5 years record in the White House will prove he is responsible for far worse abuse of power than Nixon, who merely OK’d a Plumber’s group to try to find evidence on the dirty tricks the Democrats planned for the election campaign.
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    I have been printing news articles, reaping a veritable harvest each morning. IMO the Obama administration from top to bottom is rotten, as a Democrat once said, the fish rots from the head! IMO Obama and all his chosen minions are Wolves and Weasels, with a few hybrid wolf-weasel among the crowd of scofflaws and Abuse of Power individuals.
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    When caught with soiled hands in a scandal, no one knows anything! ‘we are mere incompetents"…NOT. They were so competent they intimidated a Tea Party to fold and quit.
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    Obama’s lifetime political career is due to O’s “rule #1” which is to eliminate the opposition. He rules the USA like an absent King. Any wrongdoing is done by “low level serfs”….
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    At least Obama and the scoff-law Democrats aren’t fooling God the final Judge. Will they repent and change? I doubt it.

  4. Rad-ish

    Rad-ish GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    At least Obama doesn’t have a ‘secret plan’ to end the war in Afghanistan. Nixon’s secret plan was to nuke Hanoi.

  5. disgustedtaxpayer

    disgustedtaxpayer said, over 1 year ago

    @Genome….it is a conspiracy of the Father of Lies, Satan.
    My post did not say “conspiracy”….but it certainly is a co-ordinated attack on the US Constitution and denial of Rights of the right-of-center voters/taxpayers. Maybe it even qualifies as SUPPRESSION of voter rights to support campaigns of candidates running for office. The one lady who planned to get a non-profit certificate from IRS was so intimidated at the threats of indictment for perjury on answers to their UNCONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS, she stopped her efforts to set up a Tea Party organization….thereby stifling her Free Speech and that of others who would have joined her.
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    The Feds have no right to ask taxpayers what they believe, who they are training, who donates and how much, etc etc.
    The IRS and the EPA treated citizens according to how they vote and what they support….EPA gave waivers to only the GREENS and denied waivers to conservatives. IRS gave certification quickly and without probing questions to Liberals.
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    If you support the Obama administration, you also are Satan’s puppet, IMO.

  6. disgustedtaxpayer

    disgustedtaxpayer said, over 1 year ago

    Nay! It is the Conservative NIGHTMARE. And we knew during the 2008 campaign that Obama in the White House with a Democrat Senate and a Democrat MSM would wreak untold harm to the Founders’ careful Plan for Liberty and Freedom under a Moral Principled government of limited powers. And in 2008 the House was also Democrat.
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    It was the Tea Party activism of Grass Root Americans that produced a GOP majority in the House, and so under the Obama Democrats we are the “Enemy” to be gagged, bound and chased out of politics, in total denial of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights that includes and supposedly protects Conservatives from Liberal Abuse of Federal Powers.

  7. I Play One On TV

    I Play One On TV said, over 1 year ago

    @disgustedtaxpayer

    I’d say “how quickly we forget” but Watergate was 40 years ago….

    Nixon did far worse than okaying a break-in of a psychiatrist’s office to find files related to democrats. He lied, he destroyed evidence (as did Cheney when all of his e-mails “just disappeared”), he obstructed justice, he claimed executive privilege where none existed, he even tried to arrange a way to shut up the wife of his own attorney general. He also fired two special prosecutors because they would not stop doing their jobs, as he commanded.

    I am not comparing these two presidents, but let’s keep our history lessons straight. Even Republicans were ready to kick Nixon out of office.

    As far as “low-level serfs”? The only people who paid for all the abuses at Abu-Graib were low-level people whose main crime was not torturing, according to Rumsfeld, it was taking pictures of the torture and letting others see the pictures. Yes, the commanding general was relieved of command, but only because she pointed out who was really responsible, and the Bush administration couldn’t handle that.

    Before you start yelling “He’s blaming Bush”, I am not. I am trying to make the point that dirty tricks have been a part of the Federal Government for a very long time.

    I am reminded of the French officer in Casablanca who shut down Rick’s Cafe: Reason? “I’m shocked. Shocked! to find gambling in this establishment” In perfect timing, a young man walks up to him, hand him money, and says, “Your winnings, sir.”

  8. ronald rini

    ronald rini said, over 1 year ago

    I can not see how you can compare a break in too someone being killed. I mean if you want someone in the back how about chappaquiddick and ed kennedy I did not know she was there Yea right Oh I mean left. or the cover up of the fld sex retreat for the kennedys you lib need to look and quit pointing.

  9. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 1 year ago

    Still no watergate, cons but, keep your fingers crossed.

  10. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, over 1 year ago

    You can tell who the true Obamabots are. They’re the one’s who will condemn any investigation as a “right wing conspiracy”, while ignoring criticism from left wing quarters:

    James Goodale,who defended the New York Times during The Pentagon Papers, says Nixon’s got nothing on Obama:

    The Daily Beast: Is Obama Worse for Press Freedom than Nixon, by James Goodale

    “Since the day he took office, the Obama administration has undertaken an assault on government whistleblowers — people informing citizens of what their government doesn’t want them to know — that surpasses anything that Nixon or any other president has done.”

    The Huffington Post: The Day Obama Went All Nixon On Us

    Salon.com: Obama’s Nixon Moment

    Democracy Now: Obama Worse than Nixon?

    Jonathan Turley – perhaps the top constitutional law expert in the United States (and a liberal) – writes:

    "The painful fact is that Barack Obama is the president that Nixon always wanted to be.

    “Four decades ago, Nixon was halted in his determined effort to create an “imperial presidency” with unilateral powers and privileges. In 2013, Obama wields those very same powers openly and without serious opposition. The success of Obama in acquiring the long-denied powers of Nixon is one of his most remarkable, if ignoble, accomplishments. Consider a few examples: (read more)
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    ”http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/03/25/nixon-has-won-watergate/2019443/">Barack Obama’s imperial presidency is just what his controversial predecessor wanted

    This is in addition to “leg tingler” Chris Matthews, Jon Stewart, et al.

    These are hardly Conservative writers or sources.

  11. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, over 1 year ago

    How is it that when I use liberal sources to throw back at liberals, the thread always dies? Hello? Is this mike on?

  12. bgarner

    bgarner said, over 1 year ago

    This cartoon is long already an overworked cliché. Surely a two time Pullitzer winner can do better than this.

  13. bgarner

    bgarner said, over 1 year ago

    Is that white guy at the podium supposed to be Obama?

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