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  1. eugene57 commented on Dan Wasserman about 5 hours ago

    He not like you calling him south african name.

  2. eugene57 commented on Views of the World about 5 hours ago

    leave Rushbo out of this.

  3. eugene57 commented on ViewsMidEast about 5 hours ago

    Isn’t there an American Jewish person who has lots of money from games of chance with the “house” having a decided advantage of wining, who is buying the Israeli election?

  4. eugene57 commented on Henry Payne about 6 hours ago

    “Conservative values”
    what values?

  5. eugene57 commented on Mike Lester about 6 hours ago

    up you …*

  6. eugene57 commented on Clay Jones about 7 hours ago

    “J.E.B.” Bush’s name is John Ellis Bush. I read he may change his last name to Reagan.

  7. eugene57 commented on Bob Gorrell about 8 hours ago

    Heck, I read the law before they passed the law.

  8. eugene57 commented on Ken Catalino about 8 hours ago

    “Though some lawmakers and pundits continue to blame record deficits on the President’s policies in general — and his actions to boost the economy and stabilize the financial system in particular — these policies increase budget deficits only briefly; they will have no significant impact on the long-term problem of large deficits and rising debt.”
    Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

  9. eugene57 commented on Ken Catalino about 8 hours ago

    Barack Obama: Added $6.167 trillion, a 53% increase to the $11.657 trillion debt level attributable to President Bush at the end of his last budget, FY 2009.

    FY 2014 – $1.086 trillion.
    FY 2013 – $672 billion.
    FY 2012 – $1.276 trillion.
    FY 2011 – $1.229 trillion.
    FY 2010 – $1.652 trillion.
    FY 2009 – $253 billion. (Congress passed the Economic Stimulus Act, which spent $253 billion in FY 2009. This rare occurrence should be added to President Obama’s contribution to the debt.)
    George W. Bush: Added $5.849 trillion, a 101% increase to the $5.8 tr illion debt level at the end of Clinton’s last budget, FY 2001.
    FY 2009 – $1.632 trillion. (Bush’s deficit without the impact of the Economic Stimulus Act).
    FY 2008 – $1.017 trillion.
    FY 2007 – $501 billion.
    FY 2006 – $574 billion.
    FY 2005 – $554 billion.
    FY 2004 – $596 billion.
    FY 2003 – $555 billion.
    FY 2002 – $421 billion.

  10. eugene57 commented on Lalo Alcaraz about 8 hours ago

    “That Israel has killed many, many civilians through aerial bombings in the Palestinian Territories? That Israel has bombed Syria multiple times in what it itself has characterized as preemptive attacks? "

    Does it appear the American military is using Israeli tactics?