DissidentChief

DissidentChief

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13 years ago @ SalisburyPost.com -- Y... - SalisburyPost.com - Op... · 0 replies · +3 points

"Since Bush did it, Obama can do it too, nah nah nanah naahahh."
"Sounds like a very rational argument to me… if I were still in the 3rd grade on the playground".

Sounds like you are still on a playground, 3rd grade may be a little high for you though.

13 years ago @ SalisburyPost.com -- Y... - SalisburyPost.com - Op... · 0 replies · +4 points

Bonez, are you and CR one in the same? I don't remember corresponding with you on this matter. Ironically you answered!

Obviously you can read, comprehension may be a little off. There was no mention of actual jobs being created, the statement was simple: " Mr. Jones was one of the biggest champions of creating "green jobs"....

Find Obama's agenda here:
http://change.gov/agenda/

13 years ago @ SalisburyPost.com -- Y... - SalisburyPost.com - Op... · 45 replies · -6 points

After Time Warner signed Beck on in January 2006 and the announcement from Headline News president Ken Jautz, trying to take the edge off Beck's fringe past, described the host as "cordial" and "not confrontational." Even though the previous year, when not dreaming and frothing about killing film maker Michael Moore,Beck told his listeners that Hurricane Katrina survivors trapped in New Orleans were "scumbags," and that he "hated" "9-11 victims' families." And Beck congratulated a caller to his program who claimed to have tortured prisoners in U.S. Custody by saying, "I've got to tell you, I appreciate your service. ... Good for you." As an American Citizen, I am more offended by these statements than the one made by Jones that republicans are A-holes, especially the comments about Katrina and 9/11 victims

13 years ago @ SalisburyPost.com -- Y... - SalisburyPost.com - Op... · 3 replies · +3 points

Some of G.W.'s cabinet picks were "winners" too. Philip Cooney comes to mind. He was appointed chief of staff of the Council on Environmental Quality. Cooney received criticism for having a nonscientific background as leader of an environmental policy body, resigned in 2005, shortly after it was reported that he had altered government climate reports to downplay scientific consensus about climate change. June 10, 2005, Cooney announced his resignation, two days after the story of his tampering with scientific reports broke. A few days later, it was announced that Cooney would go to work for the oil company ExxonMobil starting in the fall, ExxonMobil refused to describe the nature of Cooney's new job.

13 years ago @ SalisburyPost.com -- Y... - SalisburyPost.com - Op... · 4 replies · -7 points

On January 15, 2009, Bush gave his farewell address to the nation and stated " the United States must continue promoting human liberty, human rights, and human dignity around the world. One of his final lines was "We have faced danger and trial, and there's more ahead. But with the courage of our people and confidence in our ideals, this great nation will never tire, never falter and never fail".
It seems as though conservatives have forgotten his great message and would have this country fail at any cost only because of who is in office. How quick we forget the words of the wise. It would do the nation good to remember these words and put an end to this effort to divide this country.

13 years ago @ SalisburyPost.com -- Y... - SalisburyPost.com - Op... · 10 replies · -2 points

Van Jones was not "forced" to resign. Mr. Jones resigned on his own free will in the middle of the night in an email. It was due to conservatives putting pressure on him over comments he made after 9/11 concerning the governments involvement in the attacks on the world trade centers. If everyone resigned from every position in government or the private sector that ever questioned the governments involvement, the unemployment rate would be much higher than it is today. Mr. Jones was one of the biggest champions of creating "green jobs" this country has ever seen to date. He only removed himself for fear that conservatives were going to use him to get in the way of Obama's main agenda's.