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WASHINGTON—While speaking to the White House press corps Wednesday, President Barack Obama is reported to have completely blanked on which issue he was ineffectually urging Congress to act on at the moment. “It is vitally important that our nation’s lawmakers do the job that they were elected to do, and make it a top priority to, uh, to…well, hmm,” said Obama, nervously tapping his fingers on the lectern as he frantically tried to recall whether he was making a wholly unproductive and effectively meaningless call for legislative action on global warming, gun control, immigration reform, budget compromise, or green energy. “It’s a, um, very important issue, I know that. Uh. Jeez.” After standing silently in front of the audience for several uncomfortable moments, Obama reportedly reprimanded Congress for its lack of cooperation and then walked out of the room.
The slanderous evil pomposity with with paulejb and his hive resort to is the most vile and vain blah blah blah bold text.
Note how paulejb instead of being able to explain what is evil about whatever he babble on about, he trots out the tired smurf word 'hive'.
So what is evil? Well Dems of course says paulejb. And why is that, well because evil is evil, says paulejb. I mean what do you mean by evil, well look just how the hive drones on - that proves that Dems are evil he says.
But then this is what paulejb would call 'subtle'.
Why is it necessary to deny the opinion of a hysterical troll?
@paulejb What is this drone you keep rambling about. Only Republicans swarm like wasps to defend idiotic ideas with no merit.
We are in safe hands. If a drone is not handy, Barry will whip out his shotgun.
@paulejb The Stupid party produces more stupid graphics. Shock and Surprise.
Evil is as evil does.
It will most likely be that circular stuff you just trotted out 'evil is just evil'.
No one will ever get rich writing a book about the complexity of paulejbs thinking. At most it would fill half a page double spaced and using large font. Most of it would be a few select things he like to recycle (with a few select I mean probably the less then a 4 fingered hand of things he repeat).
Destroying the nation to rule in the ruins is evil, Ob. You are part of the problem.
This could be added of course. Not because it illustrate some of the recycles sentences, but more the kind of glaze eyed vacuous 'thinking'.
Sorry, stupid can't be fix. People can DO stupid things, but stupid people just don't get smarter. Case in point you.
Evil is a matter of perspective. You can't 'prove' evil since some people do criminal things, even horrid things, but evil presumes something behind their motives that you can't prove exist.
Ergo when you call Dems evil (or whatnot) you can't even articulate it. It will most likely be that circular stuff you just trotted out 'evil is just evil'.
Stupid on the other hand...
We are all doomed as this chart demonstrates.
@paulejb Hot Air- All you ever bring to this forum.
You people have not had an original retort in years.Declared by captain Originality that have spent a week now harking about Menendez and keep throwing out the same tired 'Socialist' hive stuff over and over.
Paulejb must have one of those brain injuries that when he sleeps he can't remember the day before.
"Wireless exec with ties to Obama wins contract to supply poor with smartphones"
It pays to be an FOB (Friend of Barry). Wonder if the smart phones will have a Food Stamp app?
I'm sure you'd rather they all just die. Of course if that happened you'd lose your scapegoat for all of the nation's problems.
@paulejb Funny how the article you link to refutes your claim.
"An FCC spokesman told FoxNews.com on Wednesday the one-year projects were chosen through a competition intended to find ones that would gather facts and data about “technologically diverse approaches to increasing broadband adoption, including fixed and mobile broadband.”
He also said a second TracFone proposal was rejected and that the $13.8 million for the project comes from roughly $214 million worth of reforms and modernizations to the precursor Lifeline program, which provides low-cost access to cellphones for low-income families.
The purported $2.4 billion-a-year Lifeline project has been around since the mid 1980s but was dubbed the “Obama phone” following a viral video in which a potential voter suggests re-electing the president to keep the program going."
@paulejb Was it worth Billions like the no-bid contracts the Halliburton and its subsidiaries got for Iraq and then proceeded to rip off the federal government even more?