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Short takes for May 17

May 17, 2013

Feds went too far with AP records THUMBS DOWN: The U.S. government grossly overstepped its bounds by obtaining two months of phone records of Associated Press reporters and editors....

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May-20-13 10:11 PM

Any democrat is either hot air or lying like their leader was born to do. truth hurts doesn't it?? Anyone having doubts about their choices? Hard to defend a proven bunch of liars again and again isn't it? Looks like there is 10 that don't want to quit sucking off the gov dole and pay for their own phone.

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May-19-13 1:19 PM

And he doesn't seem to have caught on to having a management position. At best he was just oblivious to what was going on in Justice, State Department and IRS. At worst he wasn't. Obviously neither are acceptable.

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May-17-13 5:11 PM

People who voted for Obama have gotten exactly what they asked for:

A president who favors devaluing the dollar so that the government can run huge deficits.

A president who refuses to allow a new oil pipeline to be built into the U.S.

A president who allows regulatory agencies to run bezerk so that oil refineries can’t be built or expanded.

A president who sends billions of taxpayer dollars to crony, failed green energy companies.

All of these cause the price of fuel to rise.

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May-17-13 1:48 PM

Senator Amy has spoken out about gas prices many times in the past, but has done nothing. What legislation is she proposing, or is it all hot air as it has been in the past?

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