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

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#43411 Oct 17, 2013
Another must watch from Bill Whittle

http://youtu.be/CjrnmBKwuf8

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43412 Oct 17, 2013
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>Just wanted you to see the "key" issues in the budget, BTW the amendments were too many to list. It's in PDF form. Those are the things ADDED after the original is submitted to Congress.:Making America a Magnet for Manufacturing Jobs
Building a Clean Energy Economy, Improving Energy Security, and Addressing Climate Change
Building a 21st Century Infrastructure
Building Ladders of Opportunity
Educating a Competitive Workforce
Strengthening the Economy for Small Businesses and Creating Jobs
Strengthening the Economy for African American Families
Strengthening the Economy for Asian American and Pacific Islander Families
Strengthening the Economy for Latino Families
Strengthening the Economy for Servicemembers, Veterans, and Military Families
Strengthening the Economy for Seniors
Strengthening the Economy for the LGBT Community
Strengthening the Economy for Women and Girls
Expanding Opportunities for People with Disabilities
Strengthening and Supporting Non-Profits, Philanthropic, Faith-Based and Other Community Organizations Working to Grow the Middle Class
Standing With Indian Country
Improving Mental Health Prevention and Treatment Services
Chained CPI Protections
Strengthening the Economy for Those Living With HIV/AIDS and Fighting the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Strengthening the Economy for Children and Youth
Strengthening the Economy for Cities and Metropolitan Areas
Strengthening the Economy for Rural America
Reforming International Food Aid
Sure used "strengthening" a lot. Really sit back and read this crap. WTF does "Standing with Indian Country" mean?
Thank you for this post Ben. One glaring assistance I fail to see is to the straight, working, white, middle class man.

Why do at least 3/4 of these groups need "strengthing". Are people from the LGBT community incapable of working? They're gay not disabled. The same goes for African American, Asian, Pacific Islanders and Latino families. They're of a difference race, again, not disabled.

The kicker for me is "Building Ladders of Opportunity" and "A Building a Competitive Work Force. That's as absurd as "Standing with Indian Country". BTW, does this mean the country of India or NAI?

Maybe if someone would help businesses create jobs those ladders could be built and then there would be a chance for some workforce competition. Where's all those jobs that Obama promised on the campaign trail? In the crapper. Maybe instead of building ladders of opportunity, Obama should give people jobs building port-a-johns for all of his empty campaign promises. That ought to keep everyone of every race, and sexual orientation busy for quite a while.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43413 Oct 17, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
Another must watch from Bill Whittle
http://youtu.be/CjrnmBKwuf8
Hey TEW. Best laugh I had of the day was "President Temper Tantrum." LMAO!!! Good piece by Mr. Whittle.
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43414 Oct 17, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Maybe if someone would help businesses create jobs those ladders could be built and then there would be a chance for some workforce competition. Where's all those jobs that Obama promised on the campaign trail?
Maybe if the Republican House of Reps would have found more time for job creation then trying to defund Obamacare 42 times, we may have more jobs than we currently have. Wouldn't that be great if Congress worked for jobs for the American people instead their obvious political ambition of defunding a law they don't like?
Taxpayer

Camden, NC

#43415 Oct 17, 2013
Corinne Brown another extreme Socialist Democratic.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#43416 Oct 17, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe if the Republican House of Reps would have found more time for job creation then trying to defund Obamacare 42 times, we may have more jobs than we currently have. Wouldn't that be great if Congress worked for jobs for the American people instead their obvious political ambition of defunding a law they don't like?
What's the use? Twenty hour a week work week is all there is, anyway. Thanks, Obamacare!

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43417 Oct 17, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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Maybe if the Republican House of Reps would have found more time for job creation then trying to defund Obamacare 42 times, we may have more jobs than we currently have. Wouldn't that be great if Congress worked for jobs for the American people instead their obvious political ambition of defunding a law they don't like?
SOF, President Temper Tantrum has had six years to create jobs. You blame Congress for not doing their job working for Americans but let's throw some PTT's way for not attempting to work with Congress. PTT had a little over two years with a Democratic Congress and he didn't create jobs with them, so why blame the Republicans for doing the same things the Dems did. Plenty of blame to go around.

Had PTT limited some of his many trips abroad, golf, basketball games and time campaigning with the beautiful people and kept his butt where it should have been in Washington, maybe he could have accomplished something.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#43418 Oct 17, 2013
Is the budget submitted by Obama? If so, I understand why it was rejected. What I don't understand is why congress didn't pass a budget of their own after rejecting the one submitted by the president. that is what the constitution requires-- of congress.,
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>Just wanted you to see the "key" issues in the budget, BTW the amendments were too many to list. It's in PDF form. Those are the things ADDED after the original is submitted to Congress.:Making America a Magnet for Manufacturing Jobs
Building a Clean Energy Economy, Improving Energy Security, and Addressing Climate Change
Building a 21st Century Infrastructure
Building Ladders of Opportunity
Educating a Competitive Workforce
Strengthening the Economy for Small Businesses and Creating Jobs
Strengthening the Economy for African American Families
Strengthening the Economy for Asian American and Pacific Islander Families
Strengthening the Economy for Latino Families
Strengthening the Economy for Servicemembers, Veterans, and Military Families
Strengthening the Economy for Seniors
Strengthening the Economy for the LGBT Community
Strengthening the Economy for Women and Girls
Expanding Opportunities for People with Disabilities
Strengthening and Supporting Non-Profits, Philanthropic, Faith-Based and Other Community Organizations Working to Grow the Middle Class
Standing With Indian Country
Improving Mental Health Prevention and Treatment Services
Chained CPI Protections
Strengthening the Economy for Those Living With HIV/AIDS and Fighting the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Strengthening the Economy for Children and Youth
Strengthening the Economy for Cities and Metropolitan Areas
Strengthening the Economy for Rural America
Reforming International Food Aid
Sure used "strengthening" a lot. Really sit back and read this crap. WTF does "Standing with Indian Country" mean?
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43419 Oct 17, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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SOF, President Temper Tantrum has had six years to create jobs. You blame Congress for not doing their job working for Americans but let's throw some PTT's way for not attempting to work with Congress. PTT had a little over two years with a Democratic Congress and he didn't create jobs with them, so why blame the Republicans for doing the same things the Dems did. Plenty of blame to go around.
Had PTT limited some of his many trips abroad, golf, basketball games and time campaigning with the beautiful people and kept his butt where it should have been in Washington, maybe he could have accomplished something.
Well, let me say they running Mitt Romney was not a very intelligent decision as the election results would attest . By the way, who is the great white hope of 2016?

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43420 Oct 17, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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Well, let me say they running Mitt Romney was not a very intelligent decision as the election results would attest . By the way, who is the great white hope of 2016?
Romney's problem was he didn't make as many promises to fail to follow through on as the great bi-racial did.

I don't know who the great white hope of either party will be in 2016. You didn't clarify which party you were speaking of.
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43421 Oct 17, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Romney's problem was he didn't make as many promises to fail to follow through on as the great bi-racial did.
I don't know who the great white hope of either party will be in 2016. You didn't clarify which party you were speaking of.
Everyone knows you are a typical Republican playing games. To spell it out for you, the Republican party that you obviously always support.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#43422 Oct 17, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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Well, let me say they running Mitt Romney was not a very intelligent decision as the election results would attest . By the way, who is the great hope of 2016?
Bringing race up again? Of course you are.We know who the Great Black hope for 2016 is.That persons opponent? Who knows, but the Shadow?
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43424 Oct 17, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Bringing race up again? Of course you are.We know who the Great Black hope for 2016 is.That persons opponent? Who knows, but the Shadow?
Yes, bringing up race again because it pisses you off. Who is the great black hope for 2016? Who is that person's opponent?

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#43425 Oct 17, 2013
Here is your democratic voting base. Just lost two children to a fire and listen to the end of the video. The aunt is more worried about her purse that has her "food stamps" inside.

I guess when LBJ said he would have "them" voting for 200 years he knew what he was talking about.

http://youtu.be/D2u1Uyju8BA
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43426 Oct 17, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
Here is your democratic voting base. Just lost two children to a fire and listen to the end of the video. The aunt is more worried about her purse that has her "food stamps" inside.
I guess when LBJ said he would have "them" voting for 200 years he knew what he was talking about.
http://youtu.be/D2u1Uyju8BA
But he got rid of all the white racists democrats from the south who is now the Republican base. I think that was a very good trade. God bless LBJ
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43427 Oct 17, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
Here is your democratic voting base. Just lost two children to a fire and listen to the end of the video. The aunt is more worried about her purse that has her "food stamps" inside.
I guess when LBJ said he would have "them" voting for 200 years he knew what he was talking about.
http://youtu.be/D2u1Uyju8BA
Waco, would you please get on The Enemy Within's case for bringing up race again? Thanks.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43428 Oct 17, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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Everyone knows you are a typical Republican playing games. To spell it out for you, the Republican party that you obviously always support.
Everyone knows you're Arnold Ziffel, a typical Democrat playing games and race baiting. To spell it out for you, you can change your moniker but not your typical Democratic party that you obviously always support.

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#43429 Oct 17, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>Waco, would you please get on The Enemy Within's case for bringing up race again? Thanks.
I did not bring up race I stated a fact. LBJ did in fact say that.

As for the video it speaks for itself.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43430 Oct 17, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
Here is your democratic voting base. Just lost two children to a fire and listen to the end of the video. The aunt is more worried about her purse that has her "food stamps" inside.
I guess when LBJ said he would have "them" voting for 200 years he knew what he was talking about.
http://youtu.be/D2u1Uyju8BA
This video shows me two things in shortage in Memphis, brains and dentists.
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#43431 Oct 17, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
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Everyone knows you're Arnold Ziffel, a typical Democrat playing games and race baiting. To spell it out for you, you can change your moniker but not your typical Democratic party that you obviously always support.
First I am some guy named Rustin, and now I am this Arnold Ziffel asshole. You stupid asses have no clue who I am and to tell you the truth, Mister, I don't know who the hell you are and really don't give a sh*t. Add youself to the Clueless Republican Club. You have many dedicated members.

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