Chris Christies Press Conference Claims Don't Add Up

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rayj » 09 Jan 2014 8:52 pm wrote:

Scandals or not, Obama some how knew absolutely nothing about these goings on. Are you saying no one deserves to be fired for these? No one?


I think the IRS needs different policies. You do know both con and lib groups were targeted, right? Benghazi seems a complete fantasy as scandal. The other two seem mostly wishful thinking for cons - you know, no ideas, so maybe scandal will bail out the GOP.
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rayj » 09 Jan 2014 9:25 pm wrote:

What is a scandal anyway? How about an occurrence in which people are shocked and upset because of behavior that is morally or legally wrong. Is that a good definition?

You're telling me the AP incident was neither morally or legally wrong? Fast and Furious was neither? The IRS was neither? The NSA was neither? Benghazi was neither?

Then tell us, WTF were they?


Actual crimes were committed by Christie's office - so that's a scandal. If people are simply worked up, it may be the result of zealous demagoguery. Fast and Furious was a Bush Initiative carried forward. IRS is a policy issue that affected both con and lib groups. NSA needs to be reigned in, but that's nothing new. Benghazi is pure conservative fiction that anything illegal or immoral was done by Obama or Clinton. AP - ?
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 10:03 pm wrote:
rayj » 09 Jan 2014 9:25 pm wrote:

What is a scandal anyway? How about an occurrence in which people are shocked and upset because of behavior that is morally or legally wrong. Is that a good definition?

You're telling me the AP incident was neither morally or legally wrong? Fast and Furious was neither? The IRS was neither? The NSA was neither? Benghazi was neither?

Then tell us, WTF were they?


Actual crimes were committed by Christie's office - so that's a scandal. If people are simply worked up, it may be the result of zealous demagoguery. Fast and Furious was a Bush Initiative carried forward. IRS is a policy issue that affected both con and lib groups. NSA needs to be reigned in, but that's nothing new. Benghazi is pure conservative fiction that anything illegal or immoral was done by Obama or Clinton. AP - ?


Christie apologizes over lane closures, fires top aide!!!

More than your boy can say, isn't? When it comes to osama obama, it's ALWAYS someone else fault!!

Disgusting!
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TheAmerican » 09 Jan 2014 10:07 pm wrote:

Christie apologizes over lane closures, fires top aide!!!

More than your boy can say, isn't? When it comes to osama obama, it's ALWAYS someone else fault!!

Discusting!



What crimes were objectively committed by Obama or his office?

Clearly, Christie's office committed crimes!

Soon, the Christie emails that were heavily redacted should be UN-redacted. That should be interesting!
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 10:12 pm wrote:
TheAmerican » 09 Jan 2014 10:07 pm wrote:

Christie apologizes over lane closures, fires top aide!!!

More than your boy can say, isn't? When it comes to osama obama, it's ALWAYS someone else fault!!

Discusting!



What crimes were objectively committed by Obama or his office?

Clearly, Christie's office committed crimes!

Soon, the Christie emails that were heavily redacted should be UN-redacted. That should be interesting!


Nice spin, dude!

I'm not going to go into your boy's list, dude... it's too LONG!

I'll go with a LEADER who can acknowledged there has been a mistake made on HIS WATCH! He takes responsibility and FIRES those involved!

Who did osama obama fire??? NO ONE!

If this turns out to be the truth, it will strengthen his run in 2016 IF he decides to run!

Americans are TIRED of a USELESS leader who always blames his mistakes on someone else!!
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 7:45 pm wrote:

Actually, Bingster is correct. Both sides were targeted. There is no scandal there - only wishful thinking.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/18/politics/irs-scandal/


I'm confused. You claim there is no scandal. Yet the Justice department just named someone to head the investigation.

Odd. Doncha ya think? Did they consult you and bingster prior to this action so they would know there was no scandal?
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Huey » 10 Jan 2014 7:01 am wrote:

I'm confused. You claim there is no scandal. Yet the Justice department just named someone to head the investigation.

Odd. Doncha ya think? Did they consult you and bingster prior to this action so they would know there was no scandal?


Already said the IRS needs new policies. But, scandal?? BOTH SIDES WERE TARGETED, so where's the scandal?
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Skeptic » 10 Jan 2014 7:46 am wrote:

Already said the IRS needs new policies. But, scandal?? BOTH SIDES WERE TARGETED, so where's the scandal?

No, both sides were NOT targeted, the IRS already admitted that.
Why do you idiots keep lying about this, when the people who did it have already admitted their guilt?
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Skeptic » 10 Jan 2014 7:46 am wrote:

Already said the IRS needs new policies. But, scandal?? BOTH SIDES WERE TARGETED, so where's the scandal?


Don't tell me. Tell the Justice Department who appointed the investigation team. AFTER the investigation you can lecture me on "policies" all you want.

For one who has the screen name "skeptic" you sure don't quesiton much, do you? I think I will wait to see how this plays out.
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golfboy » 10 Jan 2014 7:48 am wrote:
No, both sides were NOT targeted, the IRS already admitted that.
Why do you idiots keep lying about this, when the people who did it have already admitted their guilt?


Already posted a link showing as much, goofball.
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Skeptic » 10 Jan 2014 7:51 am wrote:

Already posted a link showing as much, goofball.

Your post is nothing but spin. The IRS admitted they targeted TEA Party groups, and people were fired over it.
Sorry.
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Huey » 10 Jan 2014 7:49 am wrote:
Skeptic » 10 Jan 2014 7:46 am wrote:

Already said the IRS needs new policies. But, scandal?? BOTH SIDES WERE TARGETED, so where's the scandal?


Don't tell me. Tell the Justice Department who appointed the investigation team. AFTER the investigation you can lecture me on "policies" all you want.

For one who has the screen name "skeptic" you sure don't quesiton much, do you? I think I will wait to see how this plays out.
Daily kos is read by dunderheaded pabulum suckers. The "daily choir" is more like it.
Then skews thinks he's enlightening the world by revealing that his reading base of 2 websites is progressive. Fuck! This shit is so old.

Tip for skews (and a couple others): People just have to read your handle and the title. Don't bother with much text - It never really changes.
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Huey » 10 Jan 2014 7:49 am wrote:

1) Don't tell me. Tell the Justice Department who appointed the investigation team. AFTER the investigation you can lecture me on "policies" all you want.

2) For one who has the screen name "skeptic" you sure don't quesiton much, do you? I think I will wait to see how this plays out.


1) Investigating Obama? LOL

2) I'm very skeptical of corporate media bilge pumps, like FOX. You?

Waiting is preferable to buying every single story con propagandists peddle.
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golfboy » 10 Jan 2014 7:53 am wrote:
Your post is nothing but spin. The IRS admitted they targeted TEA Party groups, and people were fired over it.
Sorry.


They also targeted progressive groups. No Obama scandal, sparky.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/18/politics/irs-scandal/
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Skeptic » 10 Jan 2014 7:56 am wrote:

They also targeted progressive groups. No Obama scandal, sparky.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/18/politics/irs-scandal/

No, they claimed "progressive" was on the bolo list later, but liberal groups were not targeted.
Again, the IRS admitted they targeted TEA party groups, and fired people for it.
You can cling to this meme until your fingernails bleed, but that's not going to change the facts.
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Skeptic » 10 Jan 2014 7:55 am wrote:

1) Investigating Obama? LOL

2) I'm very skeptical of corporate media bilge pumps, like FOX. You?

Waiting is preferable to buying every single story con propagandists peddle.


I didn't mention Obama's name. Who said investigate Obama? I am simply telling YOU to take your gripes and concerns to the Justice Department. YOU tell THEM that these are not scandals. Make shit up much?

I don't watch FOX. I don't watch MSNBC. I don't watch ANY televised news channels.

Again, I will await the results of the Justice Department investigation, thank you.
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Huey » 10 Jan 2014 8:19 am wrote:

I didn't mention Obama's name. Who said investigate Obama? I am simply telling YOU to take your gripes and concerns to the Justice Department. YOU tell THEM that these are not scandals. Make shit up much?

I don't watch FOX. I don't watch MSNBC. I don't watch ANY televised news channels.

Again, I will await the results of the Justice Department investigation, thank you.

That's the liberal shiny distraction... if Obama didn't do anything himself, he's not responsible (as if he ever is responsible for anything).
But if Christie's people did something, than Christie is responsible.
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 10:12 pm wrote:
TheAmerican » 09 Jan 2014 10:07 pm wrote:
Christie apologizes over lane closures, fires top aide!!!

More than your boy can say, isn't? When it comes to osama obama, it's ALWAYS someone else fault!!

Discusting!



What crimes were objectively committed by Obama or his office?

Clearly, Christie's office committed crimes!

Soon, the Christie emails that were heavily redacted should be UN-redacted. That should be interesting!


Abuse of the IRS is an impeachable act, even if the president had no direct knowledge.

By Democrats' own standards to be charged against Nixon.

Do your little troll dance now.
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golfboy » 10 Jan 2014 7:58 am wrote:
No, they claimed "progressive" was on the bolo list later, but liberal groups were not targeted.
Again, the IRS admitted they targeted TEA party groups, and fired people for it.
You can cling to this meme until your fingernails bleed, but that's not going to change the facts.


All they said was they used the term 'progressive.'

Progressives ARE liberals, you idiot.
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RichClem » 10 Jan 2014 8:28 am wrote:

Abuse of the IRS is an impeachable act, even if the president had no direct knowledge.

By Democrats' own standards to be charged against Nixon.

Do your little troll dance now.


I asked: " What crimes were objectively committed by Obama or his office?"

Because FOX Noise or some other bilge pump implies something is true, doesn't make it so, lemming.

Nixon was FINALLY implicated after months of investigation that took down numerous staff, FIRST.

So, what ties Obama or his staff to the IRS?
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