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Friday, July 29, 2016

If I was a Clinton adviser at the DNC...




Whatever you say do not use the word blow...


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For the entire rest of the speech, I envisioned her father playing Chugga Chugga Bang Bang with Monica.








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Guns and religion revisited





Proving what hypocritical backstabbing liars they truly are.

(Sounds like we may have heard this before)


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Republican voter.


Owns Johnson Plumbing Co. Employs 27 people and has a net worth of $4.6 million. Never went to college. Loves to hunt and fish and attends mass every Sunday at St. Mary's.


Democrat voter.



As was her mother and her mother before her that in the imaginary belief they better off now then they were 2o years ago. They blindly vote Democrat never fully understanding the insidious nature of the Democratic party rewarding bad behavior using taxpayer dollars to keep them on the plantation.


2008  


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2016



They're such hypocritical backstabbing liars it makes me want to...












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Thursday, July 28, 2016

VA spent $20M on art as ailing veterans languished, report finds








Trump spoke before a group of Vets a couple of days ago. They chanted "Lock Her Up" over and over. 

If you work for the VA and wanted to maintain the status quo, totally unconcerned about losing your job, would you vote for Killary or Trump?


After one disaster after another Barry finally has the solution.





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Whoever approved this should be in jail!




The Veterans Affairs administration spent $20 million on expensive artwork and sculptures amidst the healthcare scandal, where thousands of veterans died waiting to see doctors.

The taxpayer watchdog group Open the Books teamed up with COX Media Washington, D.C., for an oversight report on spending at the VA, finding numerous frivolous expenditures on artwork, including six-figure dollar sculptures at facilities for the blind.

“In the now-infamous VA scandal of 2012-2015, the nation was appalled to learn that 1,000 veterans died while waiting to see a doctor,” wrote Adam Andrzejewski, the founder and CEO of Open the Books, in an editorial for Forbes. “Tragically, many calls to the suicide assistance hotline were answered by voicemail. The health claim appeals process was known as ‘the hamster wheel’ and the appointment books were cooked in seven of every ten clinics.”

“Yet, in the midst of these horrific failings the VA managed to spend $20 million on high-end art over the last ten years—with $16 million spent during the Obama years,” Andrzejewski said.

The VA spent $21,000 for a 27 foot fake Christmas tree; $32,000 for 62 “local image” pictures for the San Francisco VA; and $115,600 for “art consultants” for the Palo Alto facility.

A “rock sculpture” cost taxpayers $482,960, and more than a half a million dollars were spent for sculptures for veterans that could not see them.

“In an ironic vignette, at a healthcare facility dedicated to serving blind veterans—the new Palo Alto Polytrauma and Blind Rehabilitation Center—the agency wasted $670,000 on two sculptures no blind veteran can even see,” Andrzejewski said. “The ‘Helmick Sculpture’ cost $385,000 (2014) and a parking garage exterior wall façade by King Ray Studio for the ‘design, fabrication, and installation of the public artwork’ cost $285,000 (2014).”

“Blind veterans can’t see fancy sculptures, and all veterans would be happier if they could just see a doctor,” he said.








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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Bill Clinton at DNC chronicles his life with Hillary year- by- year




But conveniently leaves out 1998:


Why? Let's check the boxes.


 I never had sex...




The cum stained dress...








Hey, why bother with trivialities?





The Smithsonian turned down Monica's blue dress. Guess they're incapable of visualizing the historical significance. 
Why? Is it because he's not a Republican... so it has no relevance?













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Killary's new campaign logo after the DNC
















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