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The Iraq video republicans had banned from Congress in 2007

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There ya go..! Now you're finally getting it. Well done....

 

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So Reid and Pelosi were powerless when "Republicans insisted the video not be shown." No wonder that dynamic duo helped Democrats lose in 2010 and 2014!

 

Someone put this thread out of its misery!

 

It would be a mercy killing !

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It's so fun to see them squirm, lol. (or dance)

 

 

One, two, cha cha cha...

One, two, cha cha cha...

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The Democrats aren't just letting the Republicans get away with murder, however: some of them are also reaping the benefits of the Bush wars. We constantly hear about Dick Cheney's ties to Halliburton and how his ex-company is making bundles off U.S. contracts in Iraq. But what we don't hear about is how Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and her husband are also making tons of money off the "war on terror."

The wishy-washy senator now claims Bush misled her prior to the invasion of Iraq. I don't think she's being honest with us, though. There may have been other reasons she helped sell Bush's lies. According to the Center for Public Integrity, Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

In April 2003, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gave $500 million to Perini to provide services for Iraq's Central Command. A month earlier in March 2003, Perini was awarded $25 million to design and construct a facility to support the Afghan National Army near Kabul. And in March 2004, Perini was awarded a hefty contract worth up to $500 million for "electrical power distribution and transmission" in southern Iraq.

Feinstein, who sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee as well as the Select Committee on Intelligence, is reaping the benefits of her husband's investments. The Democratic royal family recently purchased a $16.5 million mansion in the flush Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. It's a disgusting display of war profiteering, and just like Cheney, the leading Democrat should be called out for her offense.

And that's exactly why the Bush administration is so darn bulletproof. The Democratic leadership in Washington is just as crooked and just as callous.


Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

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In conclusion, the 2007 Democrat leadership in the House and Senate wasn't worth a warm bucket of shit. The thread author should have cut to the chase to begin with!

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In April 2003, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gave $500 million to Perini to provide services for Iraq's Central Command. A month earlier in March 2003, Perini was awarded $25 million to design and construct a facility to support the Afghan National Army near Kabul. And in March 2004, Perini was awarded a hefty contract worth up to $500 million for "electrical power distribution and transmission" in southern Iraq.

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You are the only con smart enough to press the right button to watch the video. Congrats!!!!!!!!!

 

Yes, a vid that answers your question. How unusual. WATCH THE VIDEO.

I'm not that conservative. I just don't like the direction liberals are taking.

 

I was a devout liberal before all the stupid conspiracy shit and hate.

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Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

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The Democrats aren't just letting the Republicans get away with murder, however: some of them are also reaping the benefits of the Bush wars. We constantly hear about Dick Cheney's ties to Halliburton and how his ex-company is making bundles off U.S. contracts in Iraq. But what we don't hear about is how Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and her husband are also making tons of money off the "war on terror."

The wishy-washy senator now claims Bush misled her prior to the invasion of Iraq. I don't think she's being honest with us, though. There may have been other reasons she helped sell Bush's lies. According to the Center for Public Integrity, Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

In April 2003, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gave $500 million to Perini to provide services for Iraq's Central Command. A month earlier in March 2003, Perini was awarded $25 million to design and construct a facility to support the Afghan National Army near Kabul. And in March 2004, Perini was awarded a hefty contract worth up to $500 million for "electrical power distribution and transmission" in southern Iraq.

Feinstein, who sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee as well as the Select Committee on Intelligence, is reaping the benefits of her husband's investments. The Democratic royal family recently purchased a $16.5 million mansion in the flush Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. It's a disgusting display of war profiteering, and just like Cheney, the leading Democrat should be called out for her offense.

And that's exactly why the Bush administration is so darn bulletproof. The Democratic leadership in Washington is just as crooked and just as callous.

Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

Did he get no bid contracts? Probably doesn't matter. The troops echo what I said from the start, the contractors took the jobs they were sent to do. What BS. And Bush did mislead, he flat out lied.

 

 

What happened to Porta-Potty Polly, the cartoon man?

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It's so fun to see them squirm, lol. (or dance)

 

 

One, two, cha cha cha...

One, two, cha cha cha...

Dahur is tommy!!!!!

So hilarious

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Did he get no bid contracts? Probably doesn't matter. The troops echo what I said from the start, the contractors took the jobs they were sent to do. What BS. And Bush did mislead, he flat out lied.

 

 

What happened to Porta-Potty Polly, the cartoon man?

Feinstein - I was misled - cha ching cha ching $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$. Heh heh heh.

Well, at least ya gotta love the hypocrisy.

The wishy-washy senator now claims Bush misled her prior to the invasion of Iraq. I don't think she's being honest with us, though. There may have been other reasons she helped sell Bush's lies. According to the Center for Public Integrity, Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

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Feinstein - I was misled - cha ching cha ching $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$. Heh heh heh.Well, at least ya gotta love the hypocrisy.

The wishy-washy senator now claims Bush misled her prior to the invasion of Iraq. I don't think she's being honest with us, though. There may have been other reasons she helped sell Bush's lies. According to the Center for Public Integrity, Feinstein's husband Richard Blum has racked in millions of dollars from Perini, a civil infrastructure construction company, of which the billionaire investor wields a 75 percent voting share.

Jimsouth sorry jizzmouth you seem to have deviated from the single track

Quick go see a quack

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