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Are you sick of President Obama apologizing for us to the rest of the world?

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locomotive

May-17-13 5:59 AM

centerish, I liked your witty post.

Joining others at the new topics....

:-)

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puppydog

May-16-13 11:23 PM

Hey yaall heading over to minneapolis for my niece"s wedding I won"t be back til tuesday..

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centerfield

May-16-13 5:15 PM

512, 512, 512 What was the topic??? Have you guys looked back at the beating the blog has taken... If this were a road map going from NY to LA, we would have stopped in every state, Canadian province, Central America and possibly the artic. Time to move on to a more current blog, don't ya think.

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locomotive

May-16-13 2:55 PM

namexxx, puppydog, old mill all sound very familiar.

Glad to see willgrr is the welcome wagon of the MDN.

Well, somebody has to do it...

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EarlyBird

May-16-13 8:02 AM

More apologizing from the POTUS, he always has such a smirk on his face it makes it impossible to take him serious.

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namexxx

May-15-13 11:31 PM

Are you tired of voting for tax-dodging millionaire liar losers wouldn't even spit on you if you were on fire?

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puppydog

May-15-13 10:23 PM

Thanks oldmill being a new comer here I am a bit disgusted at the lack of depth..lot of bottom feeders, feeding off faux news. I agree,I also get a kick out of willgarr he does a great job trying to enlighten the knuckle draggers that seem to be so prevalent on this site.Hope to see you around.

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locomotive

May-15-13 8:21 PM

Sorry, but I don't share my mind with anyone else.

There's only room for one of us in there...

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oldmill

May-15-13 7:02 PM

I agree with puppydog thats why i left. This is a stacked deck.Those that be, continually try to enforce and ram there conservative ideas onto the likes of dustoff,locomotive,billdoesntgetit,etc. etc. Is willgarr and a few others the only ones that have a mind of there own.

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locomotive

May-15-13 6:33 PM

DustOff, it's no small wonder that many Americans are cynical about their government leaders.

We "little people" would be in big troubles indeed if we played shenanigans like some of the politicians do.

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locomotive

May-15-13 5:32 PM

willgrr, there have been other duly elected presidents accused of things, that have faced allegations, etc.

They all had to withstand the criticisms while the accusations and allegations proved to be false or true, right?

Why can't President Obama be allowed to do just this? If he's innocent, the truth of that should and will come out. And if the allegations and accusations can be proven, that should and will also come out.

No fear, willgrr, especially of transparency and truth. And President Obama is a grown man and can handle things on his own.

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puppydog

May-15-13 8:26 AM

Why do i always feel like such a minority when i'm on this rag. And these polls, my god ,Who in your organization comes up with these? Fix it or i am gone....

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locomotive

May-14-13 7:41 PM

Partisan to the last, willgrr.

I say if allegations against either administration, Pres. Obama's or your favorite, Pres. Bush's, can be proven conclusively, let's quit talking and roll.

You're really grasping at straws with the "gin up the GOP base" rhetoric.

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EarlyBird

May-14-13 7:27 PM

Are you sick of President Obama? A. Yes B. Absolutely C. 100% D. All the above (that is how it appears in the most commented section)

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locomotive

May-13-13 6:43 PM

billdoesnt, I won't believe the word "impeach" unless I hear it said by more people.

Until the Benghazi matter is a Big Deal to more than what might be termed "the usual suspects," it will remain small potatoes.

Should we just believe Pres. Obama's words instead?

"The whole issue of the talking points has been a sideshow."

OK...

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locomotive

May-13-13 6:18 PM

Smoke and mirrors seem to work when transparency and promises don't.

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locomotive

May-13-13 9:58 AM

Sorry, willgrr, but DustOff's right on the "veteran" thing.

Have an excellent Monday all!

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centerfield

May-11-13 12:14 AM

John Boner just announced another vote to repeal obamacare. Number 34 or 35 or 36. Well, maybe someday they could discuss the jobs bill in the house. It has only been there for two years. The Republican party is a pathetic group of old white men who want to control the country for the benefit of the rich and the big corporations. The biggest group of traitors to the US in our history.

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Missy1

May-09-13 11:11 PM

Centerfield, back at ya.

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Missy1

May-09-13 11:04 PM

minreader, I am sorry for your news. My sis never smoked, had a drink or two every once in a while, found out she had lung, liver and bone cancer in Oct. And she is fighting. My prayers and thoughts are with you.

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locomotive

May-09-13 10:28 PM

Veritas, I guess from your post that you appreciate the fact that Obamacare was passed.

That's fine, but I, as well as a majority of North Dakotans, were not in favor of it being passed, with not much knowledge of what was in the multi-paged bill.

I'm sorry you have had health problems, but I still don't like the fact that I am now mandated to buy insurance, when I had a choice whether or not to buy before.

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locomotive

May-09-13 7:05 PM

"You have buried yourselves in negativity, negation, destruction and death."

Mr. Sunshine, aka namexxx, must like the poetic justice of his "wonderful" information about ND.

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locomotive

May-09-13 7:01 PM

Veritas, you'll turn my head with that kind of flattery. After all, Rush what's-his-name is a nationally known figure.

:-)

This is a method I've used with my kids many times: explain using a what-if scenario. If they've been paying attention, they'll know when it's made up.

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locomotive

May-09-13 6:56 PM

"Come on mininothing, it does not matter that you voted for it, if the information you received from the leadership is false."

How about that Obamacare, folks?

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namexxx

May-09-13 4:24 PM

The suicide rate among middle-aged North Dakotans rose by 70 percent in a decade, one of the sharpest increases in the nation.

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