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The Vent: Dec. 2

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Posted: Sunday, December 2, 2012 10:00 am

"To Friday’s Venter, I am OK with your idea of looking at all the college transcripts of McCain, Palin, Limbaugh, if we could only see Obama’s. Of course this liberal Venter is not educated enough to tell you that his hero spent millions of dollars sealing his records from the public! Where did Obama get the money to pay these lawyers and what is he hiding? I would imagine there is enough information in these transcripts to bring down this so-callled President!"

"To the person who said China had GM plants in their country, this is good because when they buy GM cars some of their money comes to the USA. You sound to me like a person that owns a foreign car, which means you are part of the problem. You think just because a car is assembled here it is an American car and you are so wrong. Buy cars that help our economy. I worked 33 years at GM and I served in the U.S. Army and I would never own a foreign car."

"Why are Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and veterans benefits considered ‘entitlements?’ The Mitt Romneys of the country pay a lower tax rate than I do as a construction worker but that’s not an entitlement?"

"Now the truth about Susan Rice comes out. Sens. McCain and Graham are the ones deceiving the American people. It’s all about their quest for more power in the U.S. Senate. Endorsing Sen. John Kerry and opening up his seat for the Tea Party fanatic Koch brothers’ poster boy Scott Brown of Massachusetts who was voted out for his fanaticism on Nov. 6 — you just can’t make this stuff up. It’s time for McCain to resign for the good of the country."

"Nov. 29, 2012: a day that the Zionist lobby never dreamed would take place. Palestine approved by more than two-thirds of the United Nations for Observer State status. One hundred thirty-eight nations of the world voted yes; America, Israel and 7 others voted no. Forty-one coward nations — Great (now that’s a joke) Britain being one of them — abstained. No wonder Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak quit yesterday. He saw the handwriting on the wall. From today forward, any atrocities or human rights violations would be investigated by the war crimes division of the International Criminal Court. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Be afraid, be very afraid."

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