What's next Denny? Chemtrails?
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Posted by Bob Netherton II 3 years ago
Denny apparently thought Obama was spying on farmers with drones. When he found the story to be bullpoop, he tried to Blame Obama instead of the dippoop media sources he obviously uses.

http://billingsgazette.com/news/sta...74-9c6d88743d45.html
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson 3 years ago
Its bad enough that idiots like Danny Allen get their news from InfoWars, but when our elected representatives do....I don't know what to say.

I love how Denny places the blame back on President Obama...."If only the President would tell fine upstanding Republican congressmen like me that he is spying on our farmers and ranchers looking for violators of the Clean Water Act, then I wouldn't have to get my intelligence from Alex Jones!"

Cue up Bugs Bunny: "What a maroon! What an imbecile!"
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Posted by Bob L. 3 years ago
What a gull-a-bull...what a nincowpoop!
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Posted by Bridgier 3 years ago
And yet... he'll pull a percentage of the vote uncomfortably close to 50, because Jon "Shoot all the wolves" Tester is a known communist sympathizer.
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
Don't you know Billings Gazette is a satire news site? Oh wait, no, that's Montana politics. You realize the buffoon is going to win, right? It's a wonder the majority of voters in this state have the mental faculties necessary to coordinate breathing.
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Posted by howdy 3 years ago
I hate thinking about Denny winning...what a mess our country is in and it is getting progressively worse IMO...
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson 3 years ago
Sadly, I have to agree with Buck. There are a lot of stupid voters in Montana.
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Posted by Jeri Dalbec 3 years ago
Denny Rehberg and Steve Daines have signed with Grover Norquist of "The Americans for Tax Reform" and are not "beholden" to the people of Montana. I truly believe that when they join Grover's Cult, we lose any hope of decent legislation. Did any of you see the Outhouse at the Convention in Missoula? It has been on National News..not much locally. I have been trying to visualize Republican Governors like Hugo Aronson or men of his stature EVER allowing something like that at their Conventions. You really do have to be careful to NOT vote against yourself!
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Posted by Exalted Buckaroo 3 years ago
This tinfoil signal just picked up from Alex Jones: Rehberg's latest alignment with infowars.com is really just the opening salvo from a vast right-wing conspiracy to make Rush look level-headed.

Vote Republican in 2012 because, well, your Mommy and Daddy did!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson 3 years ago
Just reading Denny's website is hilarious:

At the same time, the Obama Administration is working to expand the regulatory authority of that Act to non-navigable waters, which would effectively give federal bureaucrats - and their unmanned drones - virtually unlimited control of water throughout the country


http://rehberg.house.gov/index.cfm?...ree=5,26&itemid=1930


THE DRONES CONTROL OUR WATER!!! THE DRONES CONTROL OUR WATER!!!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson 3 years ago
Obviously Denny wasn't supposed to reveal this top secret information and is being forced to take the fall.
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
He must have been on a hell of a bender to be having hallucinations. I still predict we elect the dumb lush. His license plate says RNCHR or some dumb bullpoop like that, that should sew up the election for him.
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Posted by howdy 3 years ago
Simply cannot believe enough voters from Montana will vote this man into a US Senate office...the ignorance is unbelieveable...[shakes head]
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Posted by nativemc 3 years ago
Denny really likes to use scare tactics. People for some reason listen to that.
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
He also uses dishonesty pretty well. His license plate should read DADSCASH or BORNRICH.
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
A buttkickin for Tubby Tester is what is next.
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
Oh look, a moran.
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Posted by Jeri Dalbec 3 years ago
...and, then again, maybe not. I think that there will be a huge turnout of Firemen and Teachers and Policemen and Seniors...and, many others who are planning to NOT vote against themselves. Denny Rehberg has signed a Pledge that makes him beholden to Grover Norquist, etal...and, NOT the State of Montana. Mr. Steve Daines has as well. Jon Tester will be representing the people of Montana.
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
Buck, your standing in front of the mirror again.
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Posted by howdy 3 years ago
Great point Jeri, now all we have to do is explain what that means to all the folks in this state that "don't get it"...
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson 3 years ago
Denny really likes to use scare tactics. People for some reason listen to that.


Best post in this thread, nativemc. I completely agree.
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
GCC, are you a millionaire alcoholic or do you have something else in common with Denny? You have to be a drunk millionaire or a procreateing fool to vote for the guy.
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Posted by Bridgier 3 years ago
GCC's just pissed because he's being replaced with clang.
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
Don't know, kinda feels like a fishing expedition Buck, my point is that the majority of Montana voters who Howdy thinks "don't get it", are in fact tired of "getting it", and like the voters of Wisconsin will vote accordingly.
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Posted by Bridgier 3 years ago
I think all personal fundraisers should have to display some sort of party affiliation, so that everyone can make informed funding choices.

"Oh man, that sucks that you/your child/some other random loved one has cancer/was in wreck/needs surgery, let me just get my wallet... hey, wait a minute... you voted for the tea party candidate? Procreate that, get your ass off my lawn and find yourself a quiet street to die in - it'll be a cold day in hell before I put MY money towards your procreating bake sale."

FYIGM goes both ways, I guess...
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
Oh, I see GCC, tell me about all the freedoms you've lost and how this career politician is going to change his stripes and become something other than a paranoid laughing stock with a taste for hooch and a severe case of night blindness.

I've got a thought, instead of voting, why not just go outside right now and shoot yourself in the foot?

[This message has been edited by Buck Showalter (6/22/2012)]
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
Tried to follow your advice Buck, but when I called Obama about acquiring one of those "fast and furious weapons" he invoked executive privledge and hung up.
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
Oh, that's right. We hate that n****r so we should throw the baby out with the bath water.
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
That's right, when in doubt pull the race card.
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Posted by Bridgier 3 years ago
Because there's nothing racist about that outhouse or that noose, right?
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
You're holding it against him that the guy doesn't want another national humiliation printed across the front page of every newspaper on the planet?

You either hate America (and I'm sure you're a huge procreateing patriot, so that can't be true) or, quite simply, you are a gutless racist who will find fault in anything Obama does.

You're never going to catch me espousing Obama's greatness, he's disappointed me to no end, but there must be an easier way to screw yourself than driving all the way to the polls.

[This message has been edited by Buck Showalter (6/22/2012)]
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
For the record you're the one throwing the racial slurs, so for the record, Are you the gutless one?
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
For the record I never condoned any outhouse or noose,and while we're on the subject where's the outrage when Rehbergs wife was assaulted after the debate by the Tester supporter?
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
If I'll admit to being the gutless one, will you abstain from voting in the upcoming Senatorial election? Vote a straight Republican line on the rest of the ballot and try not to support a mill levy that doesn't directly benefit you, but write in Mickey Mouse for Senate Anyone but Rehberg. I'm only trying to do us all a favor.
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
I'll have to think about it, I do know I'd much rather vote for Mickey Mouse than Max Baucus.
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Posted by David Schott 3 years ago
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Posted by GCC 3 years ago
Maybe Denny is Mickey Mouse, got the same ears.

[This message has been edited by GCC (6/22/2012)]
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Posted by Buck Showalter 3 years ago
I'd vote Denny over Max.
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Posted by tax payer 3 years ago
Iowa and Nebraska cattle producers will have the opportunity to question the Environmental Protection Agency regarding its use of aerial surveillance in upcoming public meetings.

The aerial surveillance, which was questioned by Nebraska Congressmen and defended by the EPA, is used to monitor cattle feeding operations. The EPA uses the drones to take aerial photos to search for environmental violations. If the photos reveal violations, the EPA responds with an on-ground inspection.

The EPA is confronting the resistance head-on with a public meeting with Nebraska producers next week and a second forum in Iowa in late August.

Producers see the aerial surveillance as an invasion of privacy and an unnecessary practice. Any explanation by the EPA has failed to silent complaints. The Omaha World Herald reports an amendment to the farm bill by Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., to ground the surveillance failed by just four votes. Similar amendments to the House version of the farm bill have received support.

Aerial surveillance has been used by the EPA since 2010. The surveillance resulted in 39 enforcement actions in Iowa and 14 in Nebraska.

The open meeting is scheduled in Lexinton, Neb. on Monday night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express and will include presentations by EPA staff members from the Region 7 office in Kansas City. The next meeting in Carroll, Iowa is planned for Aug. 30.

http://www.cattlenetwork.com/e-news...lance-160698045.html
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Posted by Bridgier 3 years ago
shorter butthurt welfare parasites feedlot owners wrote:
NO PEEKING WHILE I BREAK THE LAW
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Posted by tax payer 3 years ago
So Denny was right on the drones!
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Posted by Kelly 3 years ago
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Posted by tax payer 3 years ago
Th is like coming in your yard and taking pictures through your windows to make sure you not doing something illegal. Manned or unmanned makes no difference, started under Bush or Obama.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. 3 years ago
If a feedlot has effluent running in to a stream, and thus violating the Clean Water Act, the EPA is by law supposed to check out and document the situation. Aerial photography is the most efficient (the small government) way to accomplish that task.
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Posted by Art 3 years ago
Lawbreakers generally resist efforts to reveal their lawbreaking ways.
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Posted by Amorette Allison 3 years ago
By that logic, the police shouldn't be patrolling the streets on the look out for criminals.

Nope, sorry, supervising a corporation that may be polluting PUBLIC waterways is in no way equivilant to peering in windows.
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Posted by Bob Netherton II 3 years ago
You took the bait, mc. The drones aren't interested in feedlots. They're interested in....................................YOU!!!
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