Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
waco tx

Mclean, VA

#37944 Mar 6, 2013
Jeff wrote:
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Just seein if you heard any thing
Dude you aint going to believe this. Spoon went back to AZ to see about getting a porn video AZ took of them and posted on the internet. I haven't heard anything since.
emlu

Chicago, IL

#37945 Mar 6, 2013
judiway wrote:
You misspelled"traveler" .
Waco, will you please stop hiding behind another moniker and take your anti-psychotic meds. You're way off your rocker sweetie and everyone knows you're a few clowns short of a circus. Big Mama will be orbiting back around Earth in a few days, so in the meantime, put your clothes on, give your masturbating hand a rest and leave those kids alone!
emlu

Greer, SC

#37946 Mar 6, 2013
A wishbone ain't no substitute for a backbone.
Low as a bunion on a well digger's foot.
Sure as God made little green apples.
Born tired and raised lazy.
Crooked as a dog's hind leg.
Grinnin' like a mule eatin' briars.
Can't sqeeze blood from a turnip.
If you can't help, don't hinder.
Good lord willin' and the crick don't rise.
He's got the nerve of a broke tooth.
Don't get above your raisin'.
Steeper than a mule's face.
Ain't got enough sense to come in out of the rain.
Fast as a duck on a June bug.
Never get your horse into a place where you can't turn him around.
Strick 9

Houston, TX

#37947 Mar 6, 2013
Exclamation point.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#37948 Mar 6, 2013
Go Rand Paul, hope he stays all night. Adios Chavaz! We see ya!
Strick 9

Houston, TX

#37949 Mar 6, 2013
Ersatz

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#37951 Mar 6, 2013
Singapore
Price per gallon of gasoline:$6.29

For you Silver:)

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#37952 Mar 6, 2013
.Turkey
Price per gallon of gasoline:$9.89
Rank by most expensive gas: 1
Rank by pain at the pump: 7

Turkey's $800 billion economy is the biggest in Eastern Europe, but the world's most expensive gas doesn't make driving easy for Turks. The average daily income is $30, and it takes a third of a day's wages to buy a gallon of gas. So Turks don't buy much gas.

The country's long history of poor tax compliance has been an obstacle to its development. About 40 percent of the country's workers are part of an informal economy that pays no taxes, according to the World Bank. Only about 4 percent of the total population pays personal income tax.

In recent years Turkey has increased its revenue base through consumption taxes like a fuel tax, which is relatively easy to enforce. The country has one of the highest gas taxes, which accounts for more than half of the cost to fuel up
4 PERCENT PAY TAXES!!!!!!
Allen

Robbins, NC

#37953 Mar 6, 2013
emlu wrote:
A wishbone ain't no substitute for a backbone.
Low as a bunion on a well digger's foot.
Sure as God made little green apples.
Born tired and raised lazy.
Crooked as a dog's hind leg.
Grinnin' like a mule eatin' briars.
Can't sqeeze blood from a turnip.
If you can't help, don't hinder.
Good lord willin' and the crick don't rise.
He's got the nerve of a broke tooth.
Don't get above your raisin'.
Steeper than a mule's face.
Ain't got enough sense to come in out of the rain.
Fast as a duck on a June bug.
Never get your horse into a place where you can't turn him around.
Sweetie you left out.......
I'm plumb tuckered out.
Don't pay me nary bit-o-mind.
Shuckin' a nubbin'(wastin' time)
itzwitchy

Durham, NC

#37954 Mar 6, 2013
judiway wrote:
You misspelled"traveler" .
No I didnt.'Irish Traveller' is the proper capitalized name of a specific group and as is the custom? The written English language in Ireland is identical in spellings to that in the UK . Traveller has two l's.

We don't control other country's dictionaries.

itzwitchy

Durham, NC

#37955 Mar 6, 2013
OOOPS...that would be: control other COUNTRIES' dictionaries. My bad.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#37956 Mar 6, 2013
Allen wrote:
<quoted text>
Sweetie you left out.......
I'm plumb tuckered out.
Don't pay me nary bit-o-mind.
Shuckin' a nubbin'(wastin' time)
FYI didn't post that
The real waco

Houston, TX

#37957 Mar 6, 2013
itzwitchy wrote:
<quoted text>
No I didnt.'Irish Traveller' is the proper capitalized name of a specific group and as is the custom? The written English language in Ireland is identical in spellings to that in the UK . Traveller has two l's.
We don't control other country's dictionaries.
Welcome to America.You are no longer in the UK.Learn how to spell.
test

Houston, TX

#37958 Mar 6, 2013
Test
General Grant

Houston, TX

#37959 Mar 6, 2013
You disloyal Carolina scum.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#37960 Mar 6, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>But what your side is doing IS destroying America. This IS the problem with your sides philosophy. Albeit you mean well and your intentions are heartfelt, it's the unintended consequences caused by your heartfelt solutions that are destroying this country.
By pumping millions of "fake" dollars into the economy in order to create a false growth is actually creating an inflation bubble that's eventually going to burst and destroy the value of our currency. When this happens we WILL be doomed. The housing bubble will look like a birthday ballon in comparison.
Your side bailed out GM, why? To save jobs, and to protect the union pensions that were promised to the employees. Unintended consequences, the US taxpayers lost $35-$40 billion in the deal that we will never get back, money that should have never been spent. No company is to big to fail!
Which is what we had with Clinton and his so called "surplus" from the dot.com business boom. The quantitative easing efforts ordered by Obama through "stimulus" packages will be the inevitable death of the American dollar. Not enough gold bullion to support our what is printed now. Our only saving grace, for the moment, is no one has called in their marker to be repaid what they are owed.

I know lefties and democrats are all about humanitarian ideologies over all else. What they fail to understand and or recognize, without the financial ideologies, mostly from the right, are not priority, there are no humanitarian ideologies.

I do agree with TSF we should cut spending to reduce deficit. Increasing the tax rates on the wealthy because they have more to tax is not the way. The wealthy have been paying in all along. The country's problem is spending. Obama can only print so much new money till the global economy implodes and anarchy ensues.
Johnny Yuma

Houston, TX

#37961 Mar 6, 2013
Ease up, General.You got a tomb, and everything.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#37962 Mar 6, 2013
emlu wrote:
Singapore
Price per gallon of gasoline:$6.29
For you Silver:)
Thanks dear. Been busy in the office with a few jobs...That time of year...
Johnny Yuma

Houston, TX

#37963 Mar 6, 2013
Sometimes, things change.No animosity, good memories, things just change.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#37964 Mar 6, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Which is what we had with Clinton and his so called "surplus" from the dot.com business boom. The quantitative easing efforts ordered by Obama through "stimulus" packages will be the inevitable death of the American dollar. Not enough gold bullion to support our what is printed now. Our only saving grace, for the moment, is no one has called in their marker to be repaid what they are owed.
I know lefties and democrats are all about humanitarian ideologies over all else. What they fail to understand and or recognize, without the financial ideologies, mostly from the right, are not priority, there are no humanitarian ideologies.
I do agree with TSF we should cut spending to reduce deficit. Increasing the tax rates on the wealthy because they have more to tax is not the way. The wealthy have been paying in all along. The country's problem is spending. Obama can only print so much new money till the global economy implodes and anarchy ensues.
I agree, raising taxes on the wealthy isn't the answer. According to the CBO, in the 1980s, the top 5% averaged 22.6% of income and paid 28.5% of taxes. In the 1990s, the top 5% averaged 25.3% of income and paid 34.3% of taxes In the 2000s, the top 5% averaged 28.4% of the income and paid 40.3% of the taxes.
In 2007, the bottom 40% received 14.9% of the income (including the value of government benefits) and paid 5.9% of all federal taxes.
A growing number of Americans don't pay any income tax. In 2011, according to the Tax Policy Center, about 46% of households didn't pay any U.S. income taxes. But even in the better years of the mid-2000s, roughly 40% of households didn't pay any federal income tax. About one-fifth of households didn't pay either federal income or payroll taxes. Because the tax code takes more from the top than from the bottom, it significantly reduces inequality. Comparing income before and after taxes, the CBO says the tax system cut the share of income going to the top 20% by about seven percentage points in 2007, everyone else's share of income increased. This year taxes and other receipts will cover only about two-thirds of federal spending, the government will borrow the rest. You can only rob Peter to pay Paul for so long, eventually Peter will be broke! The answer is to live within your means and to quit spending so you don't have to borrow!

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