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Jimmy

Newington, CT

#870743 Mar 8, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
I've got the drunkard Wasturd all riled up!!
He's fully deployed his puppets. Apparently he doesn't like to be exposed for the fraud he is!!
A good day's work!! I own the Waxturd clan, including the shoe shiners at Harvard Square!!
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What's a wasturd moron?

You must be "Not Surpized" for sure. Nobody else here says everyone is Waxturd like you do. By the way moron, I'm Jimmy, idiot.

Dumb liberal.

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Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#870744 Mar 8, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
Hey DemocRats!
COMPLETE STUPIDITIES:
• FOOD... MYTH: Government should help people make healthy choices for themselves. TRUTH: The nanny state reduces your freedom while accomplishing little.
• MAIL... MYTH: The post office should deliver the mail. TRUTH: The private sector does it better.
• FRACKING... MYTH: Fracking is dangerous. TRUTH: Fracking is dangerous but can easily be safely managed, and fracking has done more to help the environment than all the "green" energy sources combined (it replaces dirtier gasoline and coal.)
• LAWSUITS... MYTH: Lawsuits protect consumers. TRUTH: Lawsuits make valuable products cost more.
• HEALTHCARE... MYTH: Obamacare is good for business. TRUTH: Government intervention kills innovation. Kills jobs too.
• INFRASTRUCTURE... MYTH: Government must build infrastructure. TRUTH: Business builds it better.
• IMPERIAL WASHINGTON... MYTH: Washington D.C. is about serving the public. TRUTH: DC is about empire building.
Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/on-air/stossel/blo...
Fox? No wonder you are so uninformed.
Jimmy

Newington, CT

#870745 Mar 8, 2013
Nuculur Option wrote:
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spell ridiculous for us again Turds!!! Show us all how educated you are!
Jimmy wrote:
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Here's how rediculous you are.
http://www.cga.ct.gov/2013/TOB/S/2013SB-00122 ...
Of course, a Democrat proposed this.
Idiot.
Subversive Barry wrote:
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What a rediculous thing to say. You obviously are deficient in this area.
nostrilis waxman wrote:
another rediculous assert by a clueless moron:
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Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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What is it like being dead Ghost?
You may do things on rare occassions but you live here. I feel sorry for you.
What is it like? Do you feel dead?
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Jimmy wrote:
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He lives here just like the Ghost does.
Tell me. What is it like being dead?Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
Ohhh Booooyyyy! Like Wooowwww! Did you graduate from an Ivy League in 3.5 years with a double major with a level of distinction far above others? I doubt it! Did you turn down a White House internship.
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
I don't think you sent your kids to prep schools and Ivy League schools like I have. I do not have any failures. I am educated.
"Jimmy" quoted text
Baaawwaaahhhh!!!!!
Yeah, sure. Whatever Nutcracker Option sockpuppet.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#870746 Mar 8, 2013
Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
<quoted text>Nope...it is a Republitard eatin' grin! Well, you are right...shyt eatin' was correct.
Watching your confusion unfold is entertaining.
Keep blabbing but keep a napkin handy.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#870747 Mar 8, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> Is this guy really this stupid? Yes he is!
Talking to yourself??

You're right, you're really stupid!!

While you've called for a correction, a big setback, it's obvious you were dead wrong.

I correctly called for a big rally, which is exactly what happened.

You should have stayed in school and learned something.

You've missed a great rally, DOW up over 9% for the year, which is only 2+ months old!!

I made money, you made the wrong call!!

HAHAHAHAHA

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#870750 Mar 8, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Getting treatment for an injury or ailment is medical care, which is all that is necessary.
"Healthcare" is a marketing tool.
Nope.

Healthcare includes check ups, screenings, blood tests & preventative care.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#870751 Mar 8, 2013
Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
<quoted text>Great...then you and 110 others have learned not to mess with me. And for anyone to spend that much time on JUDGE ITS....just shows how effing crazy they are.
The Florida heat and humidity is obviously affecting your soppy mental processes but exacerbating the problem by holding your head between your cheeks is simply unwise.

You need to pull out and dry out.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#870753 Mar 8, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
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What's a wasturd moron?
You must be "Not Surpized" for sure. Nobody else here says everyone is Waxturd like you do. By the way moron, I'm Jimmy, idiot.
Dumb liberal.
Got any camels? One hump will be okay for short distances, but two humps would be better for long mile desert travel. Equipped with umbrellas would be even better!

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#870754 Mar 8, 2013
Waxturd's drunk, hhe's sticking with his puppet son, Jimmy, to do his fighting for him!!

'Nobody else'??

There are at least half a dozen posters here who have called you on your sockpuppets and lies.

So your reaction?? You lie some more!!

I own you, puppet, as well as your lying master, hiding out in Windsor, CT, with his male lover.

Yes, we know much about your tactics, Waxturd, or Jimmy, or Goober, or whatever you choose to call yourself right now.

It's the culture..........
Jimmy wrote:
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What's a wasturd moron?
You must be "Not Surpized" for sure. Nobody else here says everyone is Waxturd like you do. By the way moron, I'm Jimmy, idiot.
Dumb liberal.
Jane Says

New York, NY

#870757 Mar 8, 2013
ObamaCare's Other Shoe
Mark Steyn, Jan 2013

'...Senator Kerry having been reliably wrong on every foreign-policy issue of the last 40 years, it would seem likely that at this stage in his life he will be content merely to be in office, jetting hither and yon boring the pants off whichever presidents and prime ministers are foolish enough to grant him an audience.

Beyond the Obama photo-ops, the world will drift on toward the post-American era:

Beijing will carry on gobbling up resources around the planet,

Czar Putin will flex his moobs across Eastern Europe and Central Asia,

the Arab Spring “democracies” will see impressive growth in the critical clitoridectomy sector of the economy,

Iran will go nuclear,

and John Kerry will go to black-tie banquets in Europe.

But Chuck Hagel is a different kettle of senatorial huffenpuffer. And not because of what appears to be a certain antipathy toward Jews and gays. That would be awkward at the Tony Awards, but at the Arab League the post-summit locker-room schmoozing should be a breeze.

Since his celebrated “evolution” on marriage last year, President Obama is famously partial to one of those constituencies, so presumably he didn’t nominate an obscure forgotten senator because of his fascinating insights into the appropriate level of “obviousness” the differently oriented should adopt. So why Hagel? Why now?

Some say this nomination is a “petty pick” made by Obama “out of spite.” I’m not so sure. If the signature accomplishment of the president’s first term was Obamacare (I’m using “signature accomplishment” in the Washington sense of “ruinously expensive bureaucratic sinkhole”), what would he be looking to pull off in his second (aside from the repeal of the 22nd Amendment)?

Hagel isn’t being nominated to the Department of Zionist and Homosexual Regulatory Oversight but to the Department of Defense. Which he calls “bloated.”

“The Pentagon,” he said a year ago,“needs to be pared down.” Unlike the current secretary, Leon Panetta, who’s strongly opposed to the mandated “sequestration” cuts to the defense budget, Hagel thinks they’re merely a good start.

That’s why Obama’s offered him the gig. Because Obamacare at home leads inevitably to Obamacuts abroad.

In that sense, America will be doing no more than following the same glum trajectory of every other great power in the postwar era....

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#870758 Mar 8, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
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Yeah, sure. Whatever Nutcracker Option sockpuppet.
Thanks, son of Waxturd!!

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#870759 Mar 8, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
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Talking to yourself??
You're right, you're really stupid!!
While you've called for a correction, a big setback, it's obvious you were dead wrong.
I correctly called for a big rally, which is exactly what happened.
You should have stayed in school and learned something.
You've missed a great rally, DOW up over 9% for the year, which is only 2+ months old!!
I made money, you made the wrong call!!
HAHAHAHAHA
Is it spring yet? Stupidf++K!!

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Realtime

Deltona, FL

#870760 Mar 8, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Federal government standards that declare a person "obese" based on strict age/height/gender/weight tables are ridiculous, taking no account of muscular structure and overall physical fitness.
Many people would need to starve themselves and in fact ruin their bodies to get down to what the bureaucrats consider to be "normal" weight.
Does anyone really believe that a 6-ft male who weighs 180 lb is overweight?
Standards are written by AIDS victims.
What do federal standards have to say about the darkening of toes, dark folds in the neck and underarms. How about itchiness in the ankles that results in bleeding when scratched. Millions of Americans have these symptoms but continue to fry up bacon, eat deep fried foods and then top it off with cheesecake. Perfect!
You're a fkn troll who's only here to get a rise__and you're not even a very good one.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#870761 Mar 8, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
Still denying the Model A followed the Model T!! You bring stupid to new heights!!
And I'' gladly exploit your ignorance!!
I love watching you and your series of lies self destruct!! As you try to run away from your earlier comments.
So you claim to find links, but you were too stupid to find the one that said the Model T was followed by the Model A?? Hell, all you had to do is look up Henry Ford!! You were too busy looking at kiddie porn!!
Mommy limit your Google usage?? Again?? HAHAHA
Seeing as you're too dumb to find it, here it is:
""By 1926, flagging sales of the Model T finally convinced Henry to make a new model. He pursued the project with a great deal of technical expertise in design of the engine, chassis, and other mechanical necessities, while leaving the body design to his son. Edsel also managed to prevail over his father's initial objections in the inclusion of a sliding-shift transmission.
The result was the successful Ford Model A, introduced in December 1927 and produced through 1931, with a total output of more than 4 million. Subsequently, the Ford company adopted an annual model change system similar to that recently pioneered by its competitor General Motors (and still in use by automakers today). Not until the 1930s did Ford overcome his objection to finance companies, and the Ford-owned Universal Credit Corporation became a major car-financing operation.""
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ford
As I said, the Model T begat the Model A!!
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You lose again!! But you've been losing since Mommy dropped you on your pointed head 70 years ago and yo saw all the shining electrons spin!!
NEXT!!
So, as I said, The Model T begat the Model A." And you're an idiot!!
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The deeper you dig your hole, the more it smells, Dood. Come on out and take a shower.

Wiki - Ford Model A (1903–1904): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Model_A_%28...

Wiki - Frod Model T(September 1908 to October 1927): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Model_T

Wiki - Ford Model A (1927–1931): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Model_A_%28...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#870762 Mar 8, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
Still denying the Model A followed the Model T!! You bring stupid to new heights!!
And I'' gladly exploit your ignorance!!
I love watching you and your series of lies self destruct!! As you try to run away from your earlier comments.
So you claim to find links, but you were too stupid to find the one that said the Model T was followed by the Model A?? Hell, all you had to do is look up Henry Ford!! You were too busy looking at kiddie porn!!
Mommy limit your Google usage?? Again?? HAHAHA
Seeing as you're too dumb to find it, here it is:
""By 1926, flagging sales of the Model T finally convinced Henry to make a new model. He pursued the project with a great deal of technical expertise in design of the engine, chassis, and other mechanical necessities, while leaving the body design to his son. Edsel also managed to prevail over his father's initial objections in the inclusion of a sliding-shift transmission.
The result was the successful Ford Model A, introduced in December 1927 and produced through 1931, with a total output of more than 4 million. Subsequently, the Ford company adopted an annual model change system similar to that recently pioneered by its competitor General Motors (and still in use by automakers today). Not until the 1930s did Ford overcome his objection to finance companies, and the Ford-owned Universal Credit Corporation became a major car-financing operation.""
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ford
As I said, the Model T begat the Model A!!
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You lose again!! But you've been losing since Mommy dropped you on your pointed head 70 years ago and yo saw all the shining electrons spin!!
NEXT!!
So, as I said, The Model T begat the Model A." And you're an idiot!!
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Really, nuculur, you need to bury the hatchet - in your head - and try acting normal:}
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#870763 Mar 8, 2013
carol wrote:
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Have to put off rearranging furniture a little while longer, so I can respond.
You actually enforce the ongoing argument that southerns only became predominantly republicans after blacks had moved north and west and switching parties during the Great Depression and the birth of big government precisely because southerners realized they had more in common with conservative values and fiscal responsibility than racist KKK democrats.
You might say they "evolved". Like Obama did. But over a much longer period of time. He flipped like a pancake.
over time?

1964. might as well flipped a switch.

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#870764 Mar 8, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Prove it.
And don't forget to include all the deferred pension costs for all the government workers, doubling the cost in the long term.
Insurance overheads included the marketing, advertising & selling of policies along with the billing & collections aspects.

Medicare has none as the money is collected thru the already existing IRS.

Medicare actually contracts out most the actual work through private contractors.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#870765 Mar 8, 2013
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus on Thursday admitted that the party's recent shortcomings were due to bad candidates saying "biologically stupid things," but called Karl Rove's efforts to field more electable nominees in Senate races a "fool's game."

"Listen, I don’t think our platform is the issue," Priebus told reporters during a trip to Des Moines, Iowa, according Radio Iowa.I think a lot of times it’s some of these biologically stupid things that people say, you know, that I believe caused a lot of the problems."

Priebus was referring to candidates such as Todd Akin, whose inflammatory remark about rape helped seal his fate last year in what was a winnable Senate race for the GOP. The failures in 2012 by Akin in Missouri and Richard Mourdock in Indiana served as the impetus for Rove's new effort to find more electable Republican candidates in Senate races, a move that has set off something of a civil war on the right between the establishment and tea party types.

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/r...

so does he mean they were biologically stupid, or that they just said biologically stupid stuff?

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#870766 Mar 8, 2013
Jane Says wrote:
SINGLE PAYER MYTH NO. 8: A single-payer system will not hamper medical research.
The PNHP claims:
Medical research does not disappear under universal health care system. Many famous discoveries have been made in countries that have national health care systems. Laparoscopic gallbladder removal was pioneered in Canada. The CT scan was invented in England. The new treatment to cure juvenile diabetics by transplanting pancreatic cells was developed in Canada.
While it is true that medical research will not "disappear," it will surely decline. Consider what has happened to pharmaceutical research in single-payer systems, where the government imposes price controls on prescription drugs. A study (PDF) conducted by U.S. Commerce Department found that drug price controls in other nations reduced annual investment in pharmaceuticals by $5-8 billion, resulting in 3 to 4 fewer drugs being launched each year. The Boston Consulting Group found (PDF) an even bigger effect of price controls, showing a loss of $17-22 billion annually in pharmaceutical research resulting in the loss of 10 to 13 new drug launches.
In a free market, producers make a profit by providing services that consumers find useful. Profits also act as a signal to research - research dollars go toward services that make more profit. This is desirable because services that make more profit are the ones that consumers find most useful. Medical services that make profit -- i.e., the ones that patients find most useful -- will attract more research dollars.
In a single-payer system, government sets the prices for medical services. Since government is not good at setting prices, it inevitably over-pays for some services. Research dollars will go not necessarily toward the services that patients find most useful but toward the services that government over-pays since those will be the ones that will be most profitable.
Nope

With everyone covered the demand for medications will go up bring a larger market.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#870767 Mar 8, 2013
TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Y'all still mulling that one eh?
Some gooduh pictomaps-
http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW2/japan_inte...
America surely has its great historical moments but it also has its shameful travesties, too. The Indian marches and government treachery violating its own treaties is one. Slavery is another. The Japanese-American internment was just one more.

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