Ripped the headlines and not my brain.
This is being written in Times New Roman @ 12 Point so I don’t get in trouble in school. In the law you must use Times New Roman @ 12 Point because without Times New Roman @ 12 Point there will be anarchy. I’m going to walk on the wild side and not indent or double space just to see if I can get away with it.
Because I’m not the smartest person in the whole universe I think you should take with a whole bunch of salt grains what I write. But, wait there’s more. I’m not writing nothing today I’m copying so you can see real stuff written by people who write good like I don’t sometimes.
Number 1. (This is me writing) I’m so glad we got that Iraq to be peaceful after defeating all the bad guys.
1. Gunmen wearing explosive belts stormed an anti-terrorism police building in the Iraqi city of Ramadi on Sunday and at least six people died in the attack, police and provincial officials said.
The attack in mainly Sunni Anbar province followed several weeks of bombings targeting Shi’ites after the eruption of a political crisis that has threatened to break up the coalition government and raised fears of renewed sectarian violence.
Note: Which ones did we defeat? And where the anti-terrorists terrified.
2. Our Government at work.
This is me writing. I am glad that our government can afford places to live as most are public servants who spend time public serving us. They need to have places to live.
This is me not writing (below) just copying.
Two longtime Republican congressmen have acknowledged that their names appeared on a list of House members who received special loans through a Countrywide Financial program that set off a Congressional inquiry into whether the disgraced mortgage firm granted special treatment to politically connected clients and granted loans with rates lower than offered to the public
This is me writing about the stuff I copied. I’m happy for them. The public sucks and should pay more.
3. Maybe our future leader Mitt – I think he has a place to live.
On his Ads he didn’t see and Super PAC:
“They wouldn’t be putting money into a PAC that supports me if they weren’t people who support me. And with regards to their ads, I haven’t seen them. To Newtster Contract with America Gingrich: ” But let me tell you this, the ad I saw said that, that you’d been forced out of the speakership, that was correct. It said that, that you’d sat down with Nancy Pelosi and, and argued for, for a climate change bill. That was correct. It said that you called the, the–Ron Paul’s, Ron Paul, Paul Ryan’s plan to, to provide, to Medicare reform, a, a, a right wing social engineering plan. It said that, that as part of an investigation, an ethics investigation, that you had to reimburse some $300,000. Those things were all true.”
I’m here to protect Mitt and all the others. Let’s just use him (Me writing) meaning Mitt.
Here are some of Mitt’s contributors But they are by no means super:
- Goldman Sachs 367,200
- Credit Suisse Group 203, 750
- Morgan Stanley 199,800
- HIG Capital 186,500
- Barclays 157,750
- Kirkland and Ellis 132,100
- Bank of America 126,500
- Price Waterhouse 118,250
- EMC Corp 117,300
- JPMorgan Chase 112,250
- The Villages 97,500
- Vivint Inc 80,750
- Marriot Intl. 79,837
- Sullivan and Cromwell 79,250
- Bain Capital 74,500
- UBS AG 73,750
- Wells Fargo 61,500
- Blackstone Group 59,800
- Citigroup 57,050
- Bain & Co. 52,500 (I’m sure they have nothing to do with Bain Capital)
Me copying below to show you there are Pacs but they are not super Just a bunch of nice people organizing things for people so they can donate to our poor public servants
This table lists the top donors to this candidate in the 2012 election cycle. The organizations themselves did not donate , rather the money came from the organizations’ PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals’ immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.
Because of contribution limits, organizations that bundle together many individual contributions are often among the top donors to presidential candidates. These contributions can come from the organization’s members or employees (and their families). The organization may support one candidate, or hedge its bets by supporting multiple candidates.
Example of Poor Candidate that needs help.
His Poor Family that all live in one room. Notice the lake behind them.That is where they fish for food and the surrounding woods are used for bathrooms and for making clothes out of animals they eat and make clothes out of.
Well there you have it. Me not writing nothing but proud to call it another amazing brian h keller oddity.
Note: I mean I’m odd not the way our country sometimes works. I don’t want to insult anyone.
Note: When I dragged this over it may have changed from New Times Roman @ 12 point. I didn’t do it on purpose.