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  1. Patrick Fennell says:

    Ben you realize the Clintons helped broken a deal where Russia managed to buy a lot of uranium. Read Clinton Cash to find that out Ben. But Ben is just a sore loser and hates facts.

    1. Bernie says:

      No need for the last sentence Patrick. You said what you intended in the first two.
      Have confidence in yourself.

  2. Michael Bandzierz says:

    I can’t help but notice that one person (Patrick Fennell) is a constant contributor to your site. It is good that free opinions are expressed, but as one reader I get really tired of his predictable contributions. I would encorouage others to tell us what they think. He must have other things to do? Maybe? Mike

  3. Steve Farina says:


    In all seriousness, do you even read the articles you link to?

    I seriously hope that anyone who happens upon your unintelligent musings will take the time to read this one.

    You mock the statement about uranium, but ignore the solid grasp of the nuclear situation that was expressed in this portion of the press conference.

    Your ignorance continues to amaze me almost as much as that of the editor of a professing news organization for printing it.

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