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American Lady

Danville, KY

#126625 Nov 13, 2012
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
You really are just full of hate ignorance and crap aren't you
Nah nah ... I checked
Didn't find any ;-)
Tear Party Patriot

Midlothian, IL

#126626 Nov 13, 2012
Johannes wrote:
<quoted text>
I gave you Ronald Reagan and you failed to acknowledge. Oh well.
Typical poopy head libatard spin.

I'm sick and tired of you marxist Oscummer lovers posting true facts to trick us patriots into believing things that actually happened.
Therealnews com

Islip, NY

#126629 Nov 13, 2012
Tear Party Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>
Typical poopy head libatard spin.
I'm sick and tired of you marxist Oscummer lovers posting true facts to trick us patriots into believing things that actually happened.
You seem to be a Frank Luntz believer.

Svengali Luntz changed the wording from Estate Tax to Death Tax so people like yourself will endorse it.

It only applies to Millionaires and Billionaires.
Tear Party Patriot

Midlothian, IL

#126630 Nov 13, 2012
Paul Ryan

Great V.P. pick?

Or the greatest V.P pick?

The way he delivered Florida and Wisconsin was pure gold.

And we would've won every state too, if it hadn't been for those pesky blacks fixing the election by voting.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#126631 Nov 13, 2012
Therealnews com wrote:
<quoted text>

"Taxes are what we pay for civilized society"
Congress makeup of Bush

When President Bush took office, the Senate was split 50-50 between the Democrats and Republicans. With VP Cheney's tiebreaking vote, the Republicans controlled the Senate until Senator Jim Jeffords from Vermont switched from a Republican to an Independent in June 2001 and sided with the Democrats, which controlled that Chamber until November, 2002.
The following is cut and pasted from the official Senate website http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_... :

106th Congress (1999-2001)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (45 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Note: As the 106th Congress began, the division was 55 Republican seats and 45 Democratic seats, but this changed to 54-45 on July 13, 1999 when Senator Bob Smith of New Hampshire switched from the Republican party to Independent status. On November 1, 1999, Smith announced his return to the Republican party, making the division once more 55 Republicans and 45 Democrats. Following the death of Senator Paul Coverdell (R-GA) on July 18, 2000, the balance shifted again, to 54 Republicans and 46 Democrats, when the governor appointed Zell Miller, a Democrat, to fill the vacancy.

107th Congress (2001-2003)
Majority Party (Jan 3-20, 2001): Democrat (50 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (50 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100

Majority Party (Jan 20-June 6, 2001): Republican (50 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (50 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100

Majority Party (June 6, 2001-November 12, 2002 --): Democrat (50 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (49 seats)
Other Parties: 1
Total Seats: 100

Majority Party (November 12, 2002 - January 3, 2003): Republican (50 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (48 seats)
Other Parties: 2
Total Seats: 100
Note: From January 3 to January 20, 2001, with the Senate divided evenly between the two parties, the Democrats held the majority due to the deciding vote of outgoing Democratic Vice President Al Gore. Senator Thomas A. Daschle served as majority leader at that time. Beginning on January 20, 2001, Republican Vice President Richard Cheney held the deciding vote, giving the majority to the Republicans. Senator Trent Lott resumed his position as majority leader on that date. On May 24, 2001, Senator James Jeffords of Vermont announced his switch from Republican to Independent status, effective June 6, 2001. Jeffords announced that he would caucus with the Democrats, giving the Democrats a one-seat advantage, changing control of the Senate from the Republicans back to the Democrats. Senator Thomas A. Daschle again became majority leader on June 6, 2001. Senator Paul D. Wellstone (D-MN) died on October 25, 2002, and Independent Dean Barkley was appointed to fill the vacancy. The November 5, 2002 election brought to office elected Senator James Talent (R-MO), replacing appointed Senator Jean Carnahan (D-MO), shifting balance once again to the Republicans -- but no reorganization was completed at that time since the Senate was out of session.

108th Congress (2003-2005)
Majority Party: Republican (51 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (48 seats)
Other Parties: Independent (1 seat)
Total Seats: 100

109th Congress (2005-2007)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (44 seats)
Other Parties: Independent (1 seat)
Total Seats: 100

110th Congress (2007-2009)
Majority Party: Democrat (49 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (49 seats)
Other Parties: 1Independent; 1 Independent Democrat
Total Seats: 100
Note:Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut was reelected in 2006 as an independent candidate, and became an Independent Democrat. Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont was elected as an Independent.

http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#126633 Nov 13, 2012
At least? The way I hear it many doctors are planning on early retirement so that maybe more likely 100,000 doctor shortage.
But then we should do what they did in the Soviet block. Just two years of medical school and then you are a doctor. Three years and you are a sturgeon.

Doc Shortage Could Cause Healthcare Crash

By NISHA NATHAN, M.D.| ABC News – 5 hours ago
The United States will require at least 52,000 more family doctors in the year 2025 to keep up with the growing and increasingly older U.S. population, a new study found.
The predictions also reflect the passage of the Affordable Care Act -- a change that will expand health insurance coverage to an additional 38 million Americans.
"The health care consumer that values the relationship with a personal physician, particularly in areas already struggling with access to primary care physicians should be aware of potential access challenges that they may face in the future if the production of primary care physicians does not increase," said Dr. Andrew Bazemore, director of the Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Primary Care and co-author of the study published Monday in the Annals of Family Medicine.
Stephen Petterson, senior health policy researcher at the Robert Graham Center, said the government should take steps -- and quickly -- to address the problem before it gets out of hand.
"There needs to be more primary care incentive programs that give a bonus to physicians who treat Medicaid patients in effort to reduce the compensation gap between specialists and primary care physicians," said Petterson, who co-authored the study with Bazemore.
But such changes may be more easily said than done.
http://gma.yahoo.com/doc-shortage-could-cause...

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#126634 Nov 13, 2012
America Got Stupid wrote:
<quoted text>
We don't know where he was born or what his current legal name is!
Neither do you, and you can't prove what you erroneously believe.
Sour grapes, again.

Get over it. You lost.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#126635 Nov 13, 2012
Johannes wrote:
<quoted text>
Spoken like the true racist republiKKKan pig that you are.
One of the first was Allan Bakke...look it up.
Will you be moving now that you live in a blue state?...or perhaps you'll be run out of town just like you were run out of the Army.
I was medically retired. Psoriatic arthritis. You know the same thing that Phil Mickelson, the golfer, has. I have a 50% disability rating.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#126636 Nov 13, 2012
Oh, I retired in June 1989 and a year later they called me back up to see if I would go back on active duty for another four years. I told them yes so long as it was either the Persian Gulf of state side. They would not tell me so I called a friend.
They were sending his to the Panama Canal Zone! I called them back and they still could not say so I guess they did not really need me that bad.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#126637 Nov 13, 2012
America Got Stupid wrote:
<quoted text>
No, we have a fraud in the people's house!
Denial is not a river in Africa.

Get over it! We the People chose our President.
Therealnews com

Islip, NY

#126638 Nov 13, 2012
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Congress makeup of Bush
When President Bush took office, the Senate was split 50-50 between the Democrats and Republicans. With VP Cheney's tiebreaking vote, the Republicans controlled the Senate until Senator Jim Jeffords from Vermont switched from a Republican to an Independent in June 2001 and sided with the Democrats, which controlled that Chamber until November, 2002.
The following is cut and pasted from the official Senate website http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_... :
106th Congress (1999-2001)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (45 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Note: As the 106th Congress began, the division was 55 Republican seats and 45 Democratic seats, but this changed to 54-45 on July 13, 1999 when Senator Bob Smith of New Hampshire switched from the Republican party to Independent status. On November 1, 1999, Smith announced his return to the Republican party, making the division once more 55 Republicans and 45 Democrats. Following the death of Senator Paul Coverdell (R-GA) on July 18, 2000, the balance shifted again, to 54 Republicans and 46 Democrats, when the governor appointed Zell Miller, a Democrat, to fill the vacancy.
107th Congress (2001-2003)
Majority Party (Jan 3-20, 2001): Democrat (50 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (50 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Majority Party (Jan 20-June 6, 2001): Republican (50 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (50 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Majority Party (June 6, 2001-November 12, 2002 --): Democrat (50 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (49 seats)
Other Parties: 1
Total Seats: 100
Majority Party (November 12, 2002 - January 3, 2003): Republican (50 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (48 seats)
Other Parties: 2
Total Seats: 100
Note: From January 3 to January 20, 2001, with the Senate divided evenly between the two parties, the Democrats held the majority due to the deciding vote of outgoing Democratic Vice President Al Gore. Senator Thomas A. Daschle served as majority leader at that time. Beginning on January 20, 2001, Republican Vice President Richard Cheney held the deciding vote, giving the majority to the Republicans. Senator Trent Lott resumed his position as majority leader on that date. On May 24, 2001, Senator James Jeffords of Vermont announced his switch from Republican to Independent status, effective June 6, 2001. Jeffords announced that he would caucus with the Democrats, giving the Democrats a one-seat advantage, changing control of the Senate from the Republicans back to the Democrats. Senator Thomas A. Daschle again became majority leader on June 6, 2001. Senator Paul D. Wellstone (D-MN) died on October 25, 2002, and Independent Dean Barkley was appointed to fill the vacancy. The November 5, 2002 election brought to office elected Senator James Talent (R-MO), replacing appointed Senator Jean Carnahan (D-MO), shifting balance once again to the Republicans -- but no reorganization was completed at that time since the Senate was out of session.
108th Congress (2003-2005)
Majority Party: Republican (51 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (48 seats)
Other Parties: Independent (1 seat)
Total Seats: 100
109th Congress (2005-2007)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (44 seats)
Other Parties: Independent (1 seat)
Total Seats: 100
110th Congress (2007-2009)
Majority Party: Democrat (49 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (49 seats)
Other Parties: 1Independent; 1 Independent Democrat
Total Seats: 100
Note:Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut was reelected in 2006 as an independent candidate, and became an Independent Democrat. Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont was elected as an Independent.
http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_...
Most in Congress are prostitutes for The Powers That Be.

Why are you defending a white collar prostitute?
Johannes

Yucaipa, CA

#126639 Nov 13, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I was medically retired. Psoriatic arthritis. You know the same thing that Phil Mickelson, the golfer, has. I have a 50% disability rating.
A good sturgeon can fix that.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#126640 Nov 13, 2012
Survey: Small business owners stayed cautious ahead of election; optimism index barely moves <<<--<<

NEW YORK, N.Y.- Small business owners remained cautious in October as they awaited the outcome of the presidential election, according to a survey released Tuesday by the National Federation of Independent Business.
The NFIB's index of owner optimism rose 0.3 point to 93.1. It has fluctuated in a narrow range since the recession officially ended in June 2009.
William Dunkelberg, the NFIB's chief economist, said there was nothing significant about the slight improvement.
The survey showed that owners grew more uncertain about how business will be in six months, Dunkelberg said.
It also showed that hiring plans were unchanged: Just 4 per cent of those surveyed planned to hire. The number of owners who plan expenditures such as on equipment purchases or to expand facilities in the next three to six months rose 1 percentage point.

http://www.canadianbusiness.com/article/10650...
Therealnews com

Islip, NY

#126641 Nov 13, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I was medically retired. Psoriatic arthritis. You know the same thing that Phil Mickelson, the golfer, has. I have a 50% disability rating.
It was obviously not service connected or you would have 100%.
Tear Party Patriot

Midlothian, IL

#126642 Nov 13, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Just two years of medical school and then you are a doctor. Three years and you are a sturgeon.
Sturgeon? It only takes three years to become a fish?

This is going to be awesome. I always wanted to learn how to swim.

Thanks Obamacare.

Atlantis, here I come. We shall set up our patriot base of operations there.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#126644 Nov 13, 2012
President Obama, our Commander in Chief. Reelected by We the People.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#126645 Nov 13, 2012
Johannes wrote:
<quoted text>
Spoken like the true racist republiKKKan pig that you are.
One of the first was Allan Bakke...look it up.
Will you be moving now that you live in a blue state?...or perhaps you'll be run out of town just like you were run out of the Army.
That's okay, I live in a Red County!

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#126646 Nov 13, 2012
NO more American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats STARTED the kkk!
==========
http://realdemocrathistory.wordpress.com/cate...
The KKK was the terrorist wing of the Democrat Party.
May 15, 2008 at 1:01 pm | Posted in Democrat Party, K.K.K
Our nation’s top historians reveal that the Democratic Party gave us the Ku Klux Klan, Black Codes, Jim Crow Laws and other repressive legislation which resulted in the multitude of murders, lynchings, mutilations, and intimidations (of thousands of black and white Republicans). On the issue of slavery: historians say the Democrats gave their lives to expand it, the Republicans gave their lives to ban it
I expect every birfoon to be this dumb AL, but even the birfoon should know that blacks started abandoning the Republican Party after the passage of the 1964 civil rights act. Ever hear of “white flight” AL. That’s when the racists all fled to the Republican Party who embraced them with open arms as useful idiots to be used for voting purposes only. Now to put it in the words of the Reverend Wright “Your chickens have come home to roost”

That a birfoon would post such nonsense does not surprise me in the least but for Romney’s people to post this Abraham Lincoln video is one of the reasons some blacks who probably wouldn’t have voted at all stood in eight hour lines just to make sure this kind of ignorance gets the message. Blacks know who’s who AL and they know Romney is no Abraham Lincoln nor is this his Party.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#126647 Nov 13, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I was medically retired. Psoriatic arthritis. You know the same thing that Phil Mickelson, the golfer, has. I have a 50% disability rating.
Johannes wrote:
<quoted text>
A good sturgeon can fix that.
It was a RED sturgeon! And you swallowed it hook.\, line and sinker.
For a while I was call Terri Tunna "Deep Throat" as she had swallowed some of my twelve inch red herrings.
Therealnews com

Islip, NY

#126648 Nov 13, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, I retired in June 1989 and a year later they called me back up to see if I would go back on active duty for another four years. I told them yes so long as it was either the Persian Gulf of state side. They would not tell me so I called a friend.
They were sending his to the Panama Canal Zone! I called them back and they still could not say so I guess they did not really need me that bad.
You cannot tell the military were you want or not want to go.

LOL

==========

Bush defends service record in NBC interview /
President also backs Tenet, war against Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/2zyjug Feb. 9, 2004

President Bush defended his service in the National Guard during an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and offered to produce evidence to counter allegations raised by political opponents that he was AWOL for a time in 1972.

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

In other words, you don’t just say ‘I did something’ without there being verification. Military doesn’t work that way. I got an honorable discharge, and I did show up in Alabama.” http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4209283/

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