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Jacques Ottawa

Mississauga, Canada

#145827 Mar 6, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
1. Thank the Unions for wrecking many big companies, including automotive.
2. The government has no business in the private sector.
1. No, thank the big companies for moving to Asia or the deep south where salaries are up to half what they were up north, making for inadequate wages and forcing working families onto food stamps;

2. Govt has no business in the private sector? Yes, that is what the GWB gang figured, no controls, no overseeing operations, so you get the huge fraud/depression of 2008, tainted meat and produce, all unregulated - oh, sorry, regulated by the companies themselves, the Gulf blowout happening on account of engineering shortcuts, etc. Yes, let the companies regulated themselves, it's great, no govt interference.

3. As to the unions' fault, it's so easy for ultra and extreme right-wingers like you to be one-sided. Sure, the unions have not exactly been even-handed and honest, but what about the employers? And, you probably don't know this, but only 15% of the American workers belong to unions. Even in the north, deals have been reached with automakers to pay the new workers as little as half the regular workers' salaries. More food stamps. Quit harping about unions, they are almost insignificant now on the economy.
Jacques Ottawa

Mississauga, Canada

#145828 Mar 6, 2013
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
I noticed that the Obama administration has cancelled all tours of the White House due to budget shortfalls and incompetence.
I see that action as being trite, hollow, and punitive.
LOL. The people's house is now indefinitely closed to the public.
Hope they rer-open it beforer end April. We were planning a visit to Washington at that time. As to whether they did the right thing in barring access to the public to the White House, it's really too bad.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#145829 Mar 6, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
What did you want me to say Mr. Liars? That your “One nation under God” screwed up a perfectly good patriotic pledge and turned it into a religious one?
How much simpler can a question be? "Ever heard of One Nation Under God"? Now, who can't answer that question? Why poopsicle of course! doofus

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145830 Mar 6, 2013
Grand Birther wrote:
<quoted text>
Rogue Moron is unable to discern "issue" from "political farce."
That's why Rogue Moron rambles here 12+ hours a day.
And you are a political fart!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145831 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, MacArthur would've nuked China. Probably the best general the US ever had, except for those last 6 months when he went berserk. Thank our lucky stars the great Truman was president. Imagine nuking China and what would've followed. Good things zero-thinking people don't have to make decisions. There are those who decide, Rogue, not you, and those that carry out the orders. THAT'S you.
Ah, you do know Truman nuked Japan, don't you? And did I say nuke "China"? You drop A nuke on the Yalu River and the would stop crossing into Korea!
Could you imaging being a Chinese soldier, seeing a bright flash, then a big bank, followed by hundreds of soldiers running north with their close burned off, would YOU continue to march south?
Just think of how many lives would have been saved and how many people would NOT have been enslaved by the dictators of N. Korea? But you are such a nuclear bigot, you will never see that it could be used for good.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#145832 Mar 6, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
Every right you have as a worker is a direct benefit of hard earned union lobby Mr. Liars. Unions do not manage corporations and when one goes under it can usually be traced to mismanagement.
To your second point it is the government’s job to promote the general welfare of its people and one would think you would not want to be eating canned pigeon in place of chicken because “the private sector’s” bottom line concludes there is no difference?
Unions no longer serve the purpose they once did. They're soon to be a relic. Every right a worker has is a direct result of the work of Unions? Right! HaHa! The government has no business in the private sector, period. Go hang out at the DMV today then come tell us how smoothly it operates. You're in the wrong country if you want a nanny government! Don't want to stray too far from that government teat, do ya? Well, entitlements are about to be cut as well as other wasteful spending. Then there are people like you who cheat on taxes! Did you ever square up with Clownifornia? Moocher! You really have no right to even open that trap of yours. Doofus!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145833 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
That it hit a record high? Nope. I did read that the world's rich are getting richer, though, through worker abuse, lower taxes, money laundering, offshore hideaways, and screw the middle class. Wealth worldwide increased by 16% last year. Compare that to the average Joe's take-home pay and his/her worth. Higher taxes for the rich? No? And why not? Because the rich create jobs , says Rogue. Yup, in China,Indonesia, Malaysia, Vetnam, Rogue, Vietnam, Philippines, Mexico etc.
Ah, do you know how many common people won stocks? Have stocks in their retirement plans?
Ah, no that China is booming, they have BILLIONAIRES too!
Now, do you want to guess how many millionaires there are in those countries?
The countries with the most rich people, have higher standards of living! I bet that frosts you butt, doesn't it Jacques!!!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#145834 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
1. No, thank the big companies for moving to Asia or the deep south where salaries are up to half what they were up north, making for inadequate wages and forcing working families onto food stamps;
2. Govt has no business in the private sector? Yes, that is what the GWB gang figured, no controls, no overseeing operations, so you get the huge fraud/depression of 2008, tainted meat and produce, all unregulated - oh, sorry, regulated by the companies themselves, the Gulf blowout happening on account of engineering shortcuts, etc. Yes, let the companies regulated themselves, it's great, no govt interference.
3. As to the unions' fault, it's so easy for ultra and extreme right-wingers like you to be one-sided. Sure, the unions have not exactly been even-handed and honest, but what about the employers? And, you probably don't know this, but only 15% of the American workers belong to unions. Even in the north, deals have been reached with automakers to pay the new workers as little as half the regular workers' salaries. More food stamps. Quit harping about unions, they are almost insignificant now on the economy.
1. Again, thank the Unions for that. The Unions dug their own grave.
2. That's right. No government in the private sector. That's the way we roll here. Don't like it? We don't care.
3. Almost insignificant now? We need to finish the job.

BTW, I'll harp on anything I choose to. See, I don't need or care about your approval. otay pigboy? Oink for us.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145835 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
He's dead. Not the most loved man in te world, that's for sure and he deserved a lot of scorn and criticism, yes. But, what'd he ever do to you, Rogue, except supply fuel oil at rock bottom prices to poor New Engand families?
And he creates more Earth pollution than all American and Canadian petroleum producers!
And he gives fuel to poor people not because he likes poor people, buy for the political cash. If he cared about the poor, he would take care of the poor in his own country first!
Can you guess how many people live in poverty in his country while our poor have ten times what his poor have?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145836 Mar 6, 2013
Hey Jacques, did you know the world's largest royal family lives in Saudi Arabia? There are about 25,000 royals there. And they have the vast amount of the county's wealth. And the average Saudi non-royal .... lives in a tent with one goat!!!
I bet Jacques wants proof that the poor in Saudi Arabia just have one goat per family but he still will not get it!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145837 Mar 6, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
Every right you have as a worker is a direct benefit of hard earned union lobby Mr. Liars. Unions do not manage corporations and when one goes under it can usually be traced to mismanagement.
To your second point it is the government’s job to promote the general welfare of its people and one would think you would not want to be eating canned pigeon in place of chicken because “the private sector’s” bottom line concludes there is no difference?
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Unions no longer serve the purpose they once did. They're soon to be a relic. Every right a worker has is a direct result of the work of Unions? Right! HaHa! The government has no business in the private sector, period. Go hang out at the DMV today then come tell us how smoothly it operates. You're in the wrong country if you want a nanny government! Don't want to stray too far from that government teat, do ya? Well, entitlements are about to be cut as well as other wasteful spending. Then there are people like you who cheat on taxes! Did you ever square up with Clownifornia? Moocher! You really have no right to even open that trap of yours. Doofus!!!
What happened to Pan Am, TWA, Eastern, etc. Isn't it odd that when Eastern's pilot union struck, the company folded!!!
I know, I know, the Libtards will blame Reagan for deregulation the transportation industries but every American has benefited by what he did!!!
Jacques Ottawa

Mississauga, Canada

#145838 Mar 6, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah, you do know Truman nuked Japan, don't you? And did I say nuke "China"? You drop A nuke on the Yalu River and the would stop crossing into Korea!
Could you imaging being a Chinese soldier, seeing a bright flash, then a big bank, followed by hundreds of soldiers running north with their close burned off, would YOU continue to march south?
Just think of how many lives would have been saved and how many people would NOT have been enslaved by the dictators of N. Korea? But you are such a nuclear bigot, you will never see that it could be used for good.
I was an oil bigot, not I'm a nuclear bigot. No further comment.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145839 Mar 6, 2013
This has been in the local news for weeks and they have caught four Great White sharks. But they have also caught dozens, if not hundreds, of other species of sharks but only the Great Whites draw attention.
They have a special boat who's stern sinks to allow the shark to be brought on board and let off with the least amount of trauma. It is important research ..... but the Libtards are wowwed by the Great Whites!!!

Tuesday, March 5, 2013 10:57am PST
Scientists tag 2,000-pound great white shark near Florida surf spot By: Pete Thomas, GrindTV.com

Florida surfers who ride waves at Mayport Poles might find this news a little unsettling, but scientists sure were delighted to have tagged and released a large great white shark Sunday afternoon immediately beyond the popular surf spot, in only 25 feet of water.

It's the first time a great white has been tagged in the Jacksonville area, Chris Fisher, founder of Ocearch, told the Florida Times-Union. Mayport Poles is named after the nearby Mayport Naval Station.

http://www.grindtv.com/surf/blog/51221/scient...
Jacques Ottawa

Mississauga, Canada

#145840 Mar 6, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah, do you know how many common people won stocks? Have stocks in their retirement plans?
Ah, no that China is booming, they have BILLIONAIRES too!
<quoted text>
Now, do you want to guess how many millionaires there are in those countries?
The countries with the most rich people, have higher standards of living! I bet that frosts you butt, doesn't it Jacques!!!
I don't care where the rich live. Incidentally, Chinese billionaires are the direct result of US manufacturers shipping their factories to China, DOH! And I do not hate millionaires AND billionaires. I happen to have a healthy respect for the late Steve Jobs, and for Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, as I did for Lear and many others. I just don't appreciate rich bastards who send their money offshore, legally or not but unpatriotically let the poor sucker middle class take up the slack.

Common people don't own stock, Rogue, don't kid yourself. Yes, they indirectly own stock in mutual funds where they don't decide on where their money is invested. Hey, do you know anyone who ever struck it rich owning mutual funds or whose pension money was invested in the market? The opposite, Rogue, the opposite. Your pension is govt-administrated. That is why it's still coming in every month. Imagine if you had worked for Enron or all those GWB- 2008 bankrupted companies.
Jacques Ottawa

Mississauga, Canada

#145841 Mar 6, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And he creates more Earth pollution than all American and Canadian petroleum producers!
And he gives fuel to poor people not because he likes poor people, buy for the political cash. If he cared about the poor, he would take care of the poor in his own country first!
Can you guess how many people live in poverty in his country while our poor have ten times what his poor have?
How come your best and trusted ally, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, don't don't buy political cash like Chavez did?

Yes, he polluted with his heavy oil. We pollute even more here in Alberta and will soon double it with the soon-to-be-approved pipeline if Obama and Harper put their hate aside for each other.

I agree the S.O.B. deserved much of the scorn he got, both for his internal as well as external policies. And corruption, well, I know. But he's dead, why the name-calling?

And wait 'til you get a hold of his successor, the actual v.president who blamed the U.S. for Chavez's cancer!
Jacques Ottawa

Mississauga, Canada

#145842 Mar 6, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hey Jacques, did you know the world's largest royal family lives in Saudi Arabia? There are about 25,000 royals there. And they have the vast amount of the county's wealth. And the average Saudi non-royal .... lives in a tent with one goat!!!
I bet Jacques wants proof that the poor in Saudi Arabia just have one goat per family but he still will not get it!
The Saudi regime is one of the world's most repressive and undemocratic regime yet I believe was called a most-trusted ally by GWB days after 18 terrorists, 10 of which were Saudis into Penn, Pentagon and the twin towers. Wh do you throw those rich princes at me? Do you think for 1 minute that I like them and approve of their misogynous, cruel comportment?

As to the camel-herder in his tent, he chooses to live that way. Every Saudi is entitled to live better than you and me if he wants to, Rogue. All the richness they want and freedom for men, yes for men only. The women can bejewel themselves all they want as long as they cover up in their country and shut their mouths and don't drive.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145843 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
I was an oil bigot, not I'm a nuclear bigot. No further comment.
"was" an oil bigot? You ARE an oil bigot. Hugo oil GOOD,
American/Canadian oil BAD!
Nukes for peace...... BAD!
Rich people..........Bad! Yep, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are bad because they made millions of $$$$ while employing thousands of people!!!
Grand Birther

United States

#145844 Mar 6, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a rambling old fart!
FIFY

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145845 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
The Saudi regime is one of the world's most repressive and undemocratic regime yet I believe was called a most-trusted ally by GWB days after 18 terrorists, 10 of which were Saudis into Penn, Pentagon and the twin towers. Wh do you throw those rich princes at me? Do you think for 1 minute that I like them and approve of their misogynous, cruel comportment?
As to the camel-herder in his tent, he chooses to live that way. Every Saudi is entitled to live better than you and me if he wants to, Rogue. All the richness they want and freedom for men, yes for men only. The women can bejewel themselves all they want as long as they cover up in their country and shut their mouths and don't drive.
You are wrong about the "average" Saudi. They are far from being free to do what they want.
60% of Saudi citizens live below poverty line: Saudi daily
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/17/25135...
If you are a member of the Saudi royal family, you will live well regardless of what you do. If you are not royal, you have to suck up to the royals to do anything.
Most of the Saudi royals did not earn what they get whereas here in America about 90% of all millionaire BUILT their fortunes though hard work.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#145846 Mar 6, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
How come your best and trusted ally, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, don't don't buy political cash like Chavez did?
Yes, he polluted with his heavy oil. We pollute even more here in Alberta and will soon double it with the soon-to-be-approved pipeline if Obama and Harper put their hate aside for each other.
I agree the S.O.B. deserved much of the scorn he got, both for his internal as well as external policies. And corruption, well, I know. But he's dead, why the name-calling?
And wait 'til you get a hold of his successor, the actual v.president who blamed the U.S. for Chavez's cancer!
Saudi Arabia is only our ally when they want to be. Just like the Soviet Union during WWII. Saudi Arabia was threatened by Iraq and they are still afraid of Iran! But other than that, they are no friend of MINE!
And you think Canadian petroleum pollutes more than Venezuela does? Hardly.
Oh, Hugo's VeeP, he was chosen as he was not a threat to Hugo. He is a wimp and he will be lucky to stay in power more than a few months!

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