Jt... Working so hard... again. Tough part is that it's all there for anyone to read. If people Google Darrel Issa, they will find scum. Everybody except Wesley Clark, huh, Jt! I expect that you'll be better prepared when you return.
Poor PT... ever the minion. World's Roundest Cheerleader!
'night, cake hole.
Or spell. LOL
You can't read, d!ckhead. LOL
JT... I COPIED THIS. I AM NOT A REPORTER. lmao
"The total man-hours for the IRS alone? “In all, more than 150 IRS employees have worked 70,000 hours – time taken away from taxpayer services – to accommodate the ongoing requests for information from congressional investigators.”
To what avail? “And yet, there’s been absolutely no evidence of any corruption unearthed. Not a single piece of evidence showing any political motivation. Nothing showing any involvement outside the IRS.” Oh, so nothing. That’s 70,000 public sector work hours that taxpayers paid for. 150 public sector workers (the same people Republicans are demonizing and accusing of not being worth any money)."
Your turn to cherry pick.
No wait... General Indignities... Martial Bliss... Colonel Knowledge!
"I think most of us know who Wesley Clark is, so we can evaluate what his ethics on this subject would be." -Jt6gR3hM
John had Yoko, Woody had Soon Yi, and now Wesley has Shauna Mei! Ah, the undeniable attraction of Asian women. We just can't believe you chose him to be the ethical arbiter, can we? I mean, that might just be the most boneheaded thing done in here for quite some time, mightn't it? General indignities. Isn't that what Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair is accused of? LMAO But, seriously, don't you wish you had that to do over? To thine ownself be tu_!
"then-Lt. Col. Wesley Clark, who wrote "This officer's performance far exceeded that of any other reserve officer who has worked in the battalion" and "Promote ahead of contemporaries. Unlimited potential.""
"I think most of us know who Wesley Clark is, so we can evaluate what his ethics on this subject would be."
OMG!!! You really are out of it! Read this:
"Gen. Wesley Clark is claiming "general indignities" to divorce his wife of 46 years - even as he faces claims he is having an affair with a woman less than half his age.
Clark, 68, filed the divorce papers in an Arkansas court last September and cited "general indignities" as grounds for breaking his marriage with his 69-year-old wife, Gertrude."
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/gen-wesley-clark-cites-indignities-divorce-papers-article-1.1425560#ixzz2vW4g9KH6
SQUEAL! A paragon of virtue! LMFAO
Jt... You can cherry pick all you want. I'm sure he loves his Mom, too (if she hasn't crossed him), but that doesn't make threatening someone with a gun okay. Odd person to be conducting a lynching.
"When you get the Dude playing defense...etc."
But... but... There is so much evidence of you doing exactly that as soon as you showed up here today... hmmm... unprepared.
Or are you claiming to be "the best of the trolls?" LMAO!