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NewsReader said...

bobgt:

"was given a mere 3 years probation, fines, and community service for attempting to wiretap a US senator's office?"

You stated this as fact, and now you're recasting it as your opinion about his "intent". It's simply dishonest.

Which part of the Acorn video was it that made the original video "out of context"? I suspect you're just repeating the position you've been told to take, instead of actually analyzing what happened, but I'm open minded...show us that you aren't lying. What made O'Keefs video "out of context"?

Hello? Is anyone there?

November 12, 2010 at 2:10 p.m.
NewsReader said...

Kraker:

"Your god is aparently in control of *evertthing... except punctuation"

Please, spend some of your welfare check on a dictionary.

November 12, 2010 at 1:59 p.m.
NewsReader said...

bobgt:

"Are you equally offended that James O'Keefe, the so-called "activist" who brought down ACORN using videos re-edited to show fraudulent context".

I watched the entire, unedited video, which was released shortly after the original, edited for length version was released. Nothing was taken out of context, and despite you liberal crybabies making the "out of context" claim, the full videos change nothing.

" was given a mere 3 years probation, fines, and community service for attempting to wiretap a US senator's office?"

Now I feel justified in calling you an out and out liar. There was no evidence of wiretapping, or intent to wiretap, and O'keefe was not convicted of anything related to wiretapping.

You think hacking into Sarah Palin's email was A-OK though, don't you, liberal hypocrite.

November 12, 2010 at 1:38 p.m.
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