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#847177 Jan 25, 2013
Again you lie.

Go back and read what you originally wrote, nitwit.

If Obama's out to destroy capitalism, he's not trying very hard, as the markets have risen in every year of his Presidency.

You shouldn't bring up things that you are clueless about.

You do it often, and I make you pay the price.

Have you ever owned a stock?? Likely not.

Name two indicators that indicate a stock might be a good value.

This will be fun!!
TSM wrote:
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Nuculur I didn’t say the Stock Market wasn’t an indicator!! What I did say is that Liberals/Democrats have attack Capitalism (Stock Market) for the past four years as “Evil” This is a Stock Market that overcame Obama’s onslaught to Destroy “ Capitalism” Obama get Zero Points!!

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#847178 Jan 25, 2013
Salami wrote:
Will Bobby Jindal be our next president? Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sharply criticized his own party on Thursday for its narrow focus on Washington-based budget battles. http://gusbur.info/bobbyjindal
He's looking for a leadership position in the party.

Opening your mouth real wide is how it's done.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#847179 Jan 25, 2013
Homer 2016 wrote:
Newark Mayor Cory Booker Helps Rescue Freezing Dog
While out working on a story in freezing New Jersey, a reporter and camera crew from New York station WABC-TV noticed a dog left out in the cold.
Hours later, when they passed by again and saw that the dog was still outside, they decided to take the issue to Twitter, and the mayor.
Reporter Toni Yates tweeted Newark Mayor Cory Booker and WABC. In the tweet, she applauded Newark for its heat help, but added,“Make pet owners get their dogs out of the cold.”
In another tweet, she wrote that she asked the block captain to “do something, call someone,” but doubted he would.
People began re-tweeting the messages, and soon enough the mayor was on the scene with the shivering dog.
“This is brutal weather. This dog is shaking really bad and you just can’t leave your dogs out here on a day like this and go away and expect them to be OK,” the mayor told WABC.“Hypothermia on any animal including a human animal will set in pretty quickly. So this is very sad. You can just feel the dog shaking pretty badly.”
Booker picked up the dog and put it into the back of a police car.
“If you’d crank up that heat, I’d appreciate it,” he told the police officer.
Booker, 43, called the dog’s owner and told them it was unacceptable to leave the dog outside in the freezing weather, WABC reported.
The owners said they were in Queens, N.Y., and did not know that Cha Cha had gotten outside. They said it was an accident and thanked the mayor for saving the dog, a new mother.
Booker, who’s exploring a run for U.S. Senate, later tweeted the reporter,“Because of you that dog was rescued. Thank you for reaching out. Thank u for your kindness.”
This is not the first time Mayor Booker has come to the rescue.
Booker returned home one evening in April to find flames shooting out of his neighbor’s home. A woman screamed that her daughter was still inside.
The mayor and two of his security detail ran inside to rescue the woman, who Booker said he had known for years. He carried her out of the building over his shoulder and the woman was treated for smoke inhalation and released.
http://news.yahoo.com/n-j-mayor-cory-booker-h...
This frickin' guy is everywhere. Me thinks a big future is ahead of him.
Hillary may be thrown under the Cory Booker bus in 2016, a possible Obama surrogate.

Booker is acceptable to Goldman Sachs.

Since: Jul 11

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#847180 Jan 25, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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He logs on with different names. Interesting that you right wingers claim to be experts at seeing through conspiracies and lies in Washington but can't see an obvious fraud right under your nose. Or, do you choose to ignore a scam if it supports your agenda. Obviously waxturd has been loading the judge-it system for months. This is trivial except that it points out the hypocrisy of folks like you that pick and choose truth.
Now, let me ask again, do you think ten people awarded waxturd brilliant judge-its for his post this morning?
Well perhaps by their standards "I just took a dump" deserves 10 brilliant judge it's. After all 90% of their posts amount to the same thing.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#847181 Jan 25, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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You don't know what I do for a living imbecile, you're just making baseless assumptions as usual.
At least I go out and work for a living. Do you?
Those bright yellow Knee-Pads are a dead giveaway, PeeDePoop.

Since: Sep 10

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#847182 Jan 25, 2013
Waxman wrote:
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If Ead is is obsessed with the sockpuppetier Ghost, then why is it that Ead makes one post/comment and Ghost end up making about six in response,$hitforbrains?
So now you're saying Ed is one of your sockpupppets!!

It figures, he has all the stupidity you show us every day.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#847184 Jan 25, 2013
Eman wrote:
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You're using to much electricity, think I'll raise your rate or turn off your air conditioner.
"Smart meters will also eventually enable utilities to raise and lower the price of electricity based on demand, allowing consumers to adjust their power use accordingly. So, for example, on hot summer days when power demand is high, consumers would save money by waiting until evening to run the dishwasher. If this causes them to reduce their overall usage, it should also lower their bills. Someday, smart air conditioners might be programmed to respond to these signals as well, "
I'll be as dead as dicks nuts by then, you too! Worry about sht that can actually happen during your lifetime.

Since: Dec 12

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#847185 Jan 25, 2013
Eman wrote:
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You're using to much electricity, think I'll raise your rate or turn off your air conditioner.
"Smart meters will also eventually enable utilities to raise and lower the price of electricity based on demand, allowing consumers to adjust their power use accordingly. So, for example, on hot summer days when power demand is high, consumers would save money by waiting until evening to run the dishwasher. If this causes them to reduce their overall usage, it should also lower their bills. Someday, smart air conditioners might be programmed to respond to these signals as well, "
Sounds pretty good to me. Of course if I wanted privacy and autonomy I'd just make my own electricity. If I was a paranoid nitwit I'd just sit around whining about it.
Homer 2016

Bethlehem, PA

#847186 Jan 25, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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That (the one-term concept) would make Hillary even less viable as a candidate, particularly to get the Democrat nomination.
The Democrat nominee in 2016 will be selected by Obama.
I hadn't realized you were a Democrat, sounds like you have their pulse on this. Who could believe Reagan would last 8 years? I still cannot get over the fact that Bush was elected twice. I'm thinking Hillary then Cory Booker at the rate he is saving people/animals, Christie would give them a run for their money with any other Repub DOA.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#847187 Jan 25, 2013
RUSH10ME wrote:
<quoted text>And who the hell ever heard of some one being a "wide reciever" on a baseball team??
Or in the locker room showers:>
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#847188 Jan 25, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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Obviously someone like you that is easily duped by FOX and Limbaugh has no inkling about what criteria to use in evaluating the credibility of a source of information. I pay attention to everything, that's why I'm harder to fool. You, on the other hand, are happy to live in your blissfully ignorant fantasy land ignoring red flags that are waved in your face. You deserve to be in bed with waxturd and his phony judge-its.
If you judge the validity of a post by the icons, well....what can we say about you?
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#847189 Jan 25, 2013
jiminy cricket wrote:
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PETA too often loses its credibility, sadly enough.
When I retire, I'd like to do volunteer work but with community outreach to those in need.
I'd love to volunteer at an animal rescue too but the humane society would be too hard for me to take.
I love people who rescue animals - all types.
Well, there's the nude modeling end where you don't actually have to see the animals but only the photographers.
Homer 2016

Bethlehem, PA

#847190 Jan 25, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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This is the heart of the Obama fiscal policy. It may seem like a joke to you, but it is particularly devastating to senior citizens who depend on earnings from their savings. This policy forces senior citizens to become more dependent on the government.
On the other hand, higher interest rates would blow the roof off the federal budget and deficit.
I wasn't joking. The rates have been reduced and reduced and reduced since the Reagan years(ugh, him again)
Not SurpriZedObamama

Pompano Beach, FL

#847191 Jan 25, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/news/2012-presiden...
LMFAO!
#18127 Oct 17, 2009 Sounds Paranoid To Me wrote: She changed her name bacause she was being stalked by Waxman. The poster stalking her got her private information and published it for the world to see on this forum. That is why he was banned. So she changed her name. I observed the whole incident from the start. Not only did he publish her information but continued to stalk and harass her. Can you understand why she would change her name now?
sunnycali wrote: Would you report someone HERE to the moderators if they were giving out YOUR personal information?
17602 Oct 15, 2009 sunnycali wrote:
Again, if someone posted YOUR private information would you just sit there and say, "way to go - that's freedom of speech in action?" And I mean information that included your home address and phone number. You would do nothing? If the answer is that you would do nothing then you apparently care little for your family.
17603 Oct 15, 2009 sunnycali wrote:
So if someone were giving out your personal information you would not report that person? If someone were using extremely obscene language you would not report that person? This has absolutely nothing to do ideology. I don't have any problem with free speech. I don't have any problem with people of any political bent expressing their opinions. I DO have a problem with people violating the most basic terms of decency. Oh, and I would report someone if I saw them breaking into YOUR house. Or abusing a member of YOUR family. I guess you and I are different in that respect. And I'm very sorry for that. Not for me but for you.
#58531Reply » Jun 9, 2010
Devin wrote: Waxman, you are a known stalker, you've been sactioned by Topix on several occasions. You are the poster child for keeping certain presonal information unrelated to the debate to one's self. Come on now...... What's your purpose why aren't your focusing on the issues of the debate, the 1995 Budget Impass?.... stay with the issue of the debate which is more than enough dialogue with individuals like yourself... didn't you ever warn your children about relating personal information over the internet about themselves?.. it's an employed security feature....
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Devin wrote:
NOW...... ROFLMAO... I do believe that's a Denial.........
You were a big man spewing that bull shyt, ROFLMAO didn't Topix spank your azz for general harassment......... You were a big man in threatening and posting that woman's information....... now you're in denial........ or outright lying about your activities....
POS ........ ROFLMAO
Then you should feel free to solicit someone's personal information....... "I Dare you"........ ROFLMAo
You "Ain't" Forget........ROFLMAO
Devin wrote:
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Devin
Hampton, VA
Did you or did you not harass that Woman with Threats of violence, Yes or No..... inquiring minds what to know...... ROFLMAO
Answer that question "Big Man"...... Show us again how Rational you are ...... ROFLMAO
Friday's Rejected Woman #6 LOL
Lily Boca Raton Fl

Boca Raton, FL

#847192 Jan 25, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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That you on the right? Good move losing the 70's porn star mustache.
The one on the left has a pee hole!!
jiminy cricket

Orlando, FL

#847193 Jan 25, 2013
This is lengthy but important.

As the Republican National Committee concludes its three-day meeting in Charlotte, N.C., Republicans are looking to improve their standing in time for the next presidential election. They want to do a better job reaching out to Latinos, they want to soften their tone when it comes to social issues, and they want to narrow their technological and get-out-the-vote operation gap with Democrats.

Here's the big news...

Some Republicans are looking to change the Electoral College system in battleground states that Democrats have won in the last two cycles. As the Washington Post reports, Republicans in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia -- all controlled at the state level by the GOP -- have proposed awarding their Electoral College votes by congressional district instead of the winner-take-all approach used by every state except for two (Maine and Nebraska).“No state is moving quicker than Virginia, where state senators are likely to vote on the plan as soon as next week,” the Post says.

That would give the GOP a HUGE advantage: The Republicans advocating these changes say they would give smaller communities more of a voice in presidential battleground states. But there’s a bigger story here: The moves would give the GOP a significant advantage due to the fact that redistricting has concentrated the Democratic vote to just a handful of congressional districts in these states. Take Virginia, for example: Obama won the state in 2012 by four percentage points and by about 150,000 votes -- and he took all of the state’s 13 electoral votes. But under the proposed changes, Mitt Romney would have won nine of the state’s electoral votes to Obama’s four. Put another way, if every electoral vote in the country was awarded by congressional district, Romney would have defeated Obama, 276 to 262 in electoral votes according to Emory University’s Alan Abramowitz. And if only the states of Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin were changed to this system, Obama would have BARELY won, 271-267, Abramowitz adds.

http://firstread.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/25...

This should raise a few eyebrows.

Since: Dec 12

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#847194 Jan 25, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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It's everybody's business when we pay higher prices for oil because Obama blocks the Keystone Pipeline to benefit Warren Buffett.
It's everybody's business when GE and GM receive sweetheart deals that allow them to escape taxation completely.
Personal taxes of the individuals are not the issue.
Wake up.
How do you figure Keystone was/is gonna lower what we pay for oil? Show me Keystone:

http://data.cnbc.com/quotes/%40CL.1
Homer 2016

Bethlehem, PA

#847195 Jan 25, 2013
Reagan the Godfather(Grandfather?) of big government, big debt, deficit spending with no shot over ever balancing a budget.
RUSH10ME

Hayes, VA

#847196 Jan 25, 2013
Homer 2016 wrote:
Remember when you could money into a savings account and actually earn interest. Anyone else old enough to remember that?
Yes I remember Homer , penny candy , return pop bottles , neighbors that actualy watched out for all the kids , got a 50 dollar savings bond every christmas that went into such acounts , then when I was 16 I wrecked my moms car and that bank account got wiped out cooommmpletely .

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#847197 Jan 25, 2013
They see it.

The wingnut code requires them to be silent about it.

Nobraina is not one of Waxturd's sockpuppets.

He's stupid, but not nearly as stupid as the Waxturd clan.
OldRaider wrote:
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That's funny. You don't even need to set traps to catch waxturd, he's so stupid he traps himself. The amazing thing is that I believe the other right wing morons are as dumb as he is and don't see what he's doing.

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