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Posted at 11:06 AM ET, 12/17/2010

The Afghanistan Report

By Ann Telnaes

By Ann Telnaes  | December 17, 2010; 11:06 AM ET
Categories:  Afghanistan  
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Sigh . . . The Bush War and Bush Tax Cuts for the wealthiest Americans - Both now extended by what we Libs put our hearts and souls in to END . . . . .
Here's another little known TRUTH released by the SEIU:
Wall Street Bankers Bonuses & Perks THIS YEAR = One Hundred Forty Three BILLION Dollars (ENOUGH to more than cover the 2011 Tax Shortfall for ALL 50 States [$130 Billion] and create up to 3.6 million Jobs!)

Where is the "mighty" Tea Party (with their NEW Congress members who have already hired Lobbyists for their staffs)?

Posted by: lufrank1 | December 18, 2010 1:53 PM | Report abuse

The President is doing so well with his tax cuts for the rich and his strength for staying the course in Afghanistan that the far left may start becoming birthers. You have to admit, if the President was a Republican, he never would have been elected in the first place because the lib media would have found or created witnesses to the birth and the witnesses wouldn't have been found in any of the 57 states of America.

Posted by: billybeer6 | December 17, 2010 8:37 PM | Report abuse

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