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“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#877287 Mar 21, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Always with the cliches, dumb carol? "don't have a leg to stand on"? Would that refer to all of those "casualties" and "collateral damage" from Dick and Dumbya's criminally stupid war? BTW, where's all that oil we would be getting to pay for it--when will be greeted as liberators--where's our chocolates along the flower strewn path?
The only people who think we went there for oil are idiots like you. First, you bitch and moan that it was a shameful reason to invade, now you cry because we didn't take the oil. You're so fcuking batty you can't see straight.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#877288 Mar 21, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Galt shows his true Limbaugh self. Making fun of the disabled.
What a pathetic POS.
RealDave is good for making up excuses, lies, bullshit and is seldom good for anything else..
Lincoln

United States

#877289 Mar 21, 2013
Jane Says wrote:
if you were thinking of ever visiting NYC, better do it before Bloomberg's term as mayor is over. because NYC is about to get another affirmative action failure for Mayor, who is likly to restore pre-Guliani, ACLU madness/political correctness and bring the city back to the David Dinkins era of crime. it'll once again be as bad as Detroit, Newark or Chicago.
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/editor
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Republicans whining about Bloomberg
indicates a slow news day on fox?
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#877290 Mar 21, 2013
Aphelion wrote:
<quoted text>
Liberals bank on their uneducated herd mentality
Democrats undermine the framework of morality and values without which ignorance, racism, poverty and adversity cannot be overcome...

Since: May 11

Aspers, PA

#877292 Mar 21, 2013
EasyEed wrote:
<quoted text>
"real dumb"
Get your head out of yourass. There were no cuts, more money will be spent this year than last no matter what. More money will be spent next year and the year after and the year after and ------
Peace
KMA
Money to be spent this year has been reduced i.e. cut.

GFY Dumbass

Since: May 11

Aspers, PA

#877293 Mar 21, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> You are being factually incorrect again! Why do you libtards always leave out the part that says anyone over 54 is not affected by the changes? I just had this same argument with another libtard on another thread. Factually incorrect? I should call it factually dishonest.
Why are those 55 & older exempt?

To give people time to adjust their retirement plans for the added costs.

The idea that these people are exempt does not change the fact that the Ryan plan is a voucher system that saves money by making retirees pay more.
TSM

El Paso, TX

#877294 Mar 21, 2013
Why would anybody be surprise by Liberals: Dem vote to keep WH closed to Public, Reid blames Marines death on Sequester!! Mr., Reid the blame lies solely at your feet and the Presidents, the president requested it, you push it, and the President Sign It!! If we were playing ‘Tag the Idiot…You’re ‘IT’!!

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#877295 Mar 21, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Why are those 55 & older exempt?
To give people time to adjust their retirement plans for the added costs.
The idea that these people are exempt does not change the fact that the Ryan plan is a voucher system that saves money by making retirees pay more.
You are such a birdbrain.

Since: May 11

Aspers, PA

#877296 Mar 21, 2013
mdbuilder wrote:
<quoted text>
The only people who think we went there for oil are idiots like you. First, you bitch and moan that it was a shameful reason to invade, now you cry because we didn't take the oil. You're so fcuking batty you can't see straight.
Well, Might Dumb Builder, they did. Bush/Cheney wanted an ally with lots of oil.

It was a win-won.

1) The idea of war in the Middle East sent oil prices soaring making billions for Bush's oil buddies.

2) If they were correct, Iraq would be a friendly supplier of US oil & a place for US companies to operate.

I guess you believed the wmd excuse. Oh wait, it was the ties to 9-11 excuse. Oh wait it was to spread democracy.

Oil. It was a war about oil.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#877297 Mar 21, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Money to be spent this year has been reduced i.e. cut.
GFY Dumbass
RealDave is a mealy mouthed, foul mouth punk who knows he's the type, simply parroting every ignorant left-winger on this hate-filled site.
NJ raider 1

Baltimore, MD

#877298 Mar 21, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>Too keep blacks unable to support themselves, maintaining them with handouts, on a government preserve, or ghetto slum housing, "Free abortion healthcare controlling their numbers" and welfare, food stamps, then only the elite control the blue magnet preserve that sells them out and owns them....
An old style democratic slave plantation system with this new 'neo-economic chains' of welfare slavery, instead of shackles, chains and rope bearer's of lynchings.... and still slavery has not changed in over 500+ years.!!
An entire modern day updated slave plantation system based on forcing all things to be "equal" on the blue magnet preserve. An organized liberal criminal enterprise dedicated to the legalization and theft of brain, liberty and freedom...
Are you retarded for real? You say I'm making up oppression stories then in the in your next post totally contradict yourself. The living example of an oxymoron! You along with the rest of your butt buddies ought to do yourselves a huge favor. Sit down & compare each others 60yr old notes. Maybe that will fill in the blanks of your incomplete minds. I doubt it! It's obvious the heavy lifting you all refer to is that of modern books, some from other nations. The key is stop chasing knowledge. As long as you're chasing, it'll continue to run!

Since: May 11

Aspers, PA

#877299 Mar 21, 2013
Aphelion wrote:
<quoted text>
Budget: When President Obama put out his "balanced" plan to avoid the automatic sequester cuts, no one noticed. Which is probably just as well for Obama, given how embarrassingly unbalanced it is.
Last week, New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote about how Obama "hasn't actually come up with a proposal to avert sequestration, let alone one that is politically plausible."
Turns out, Obama did have one, although Brooks can be excused for not knowing it, since the administration hasn't exactly been promoting this so-called plan.
That, too, is understandable, since it isn't a plan at all, just a list of numbers with little to back them up.
There are no details, for example, about the $200 billion in cuts to defense and domestic discretionary programs, other than that Obama wants them split evenly.
And while he offers $400 billion in "health savings," 30% are lumped in a bucket labeled "other."
Worse, Obama's "balanced" plan actually counts hundreds of billions of new revenues from taxes, fees and rebates as "spending reductions." Examples:
• His plan to "strengthen" unemployment insurance is labeled as a cut, but it's really a $50 billion tax hike.
• The $35 billion from the federal worker retirement programs involves boosting worker contributions.
• Most of the $35 billion in Medicare savings comes from charging wealthy seniors more.
• The $140 billion in "reduced payments to drug companies" are in fact rebates Obama wants drugmakers to pay Uncle Sam for selling drugs to poor seniors.
• Then there's the $45 billion in spectrum fees and asset sales that Obama lists as spending reductions.
Viewed correctly, it turns out that more than $300 billion — about a third — of Obama's proposed "spending cuts" are actually revenue increases.
As a result, instead of $1.2 trillion in spending cuts called for by the sequester over the next decade, Obama would add more than $1 trillion in revenues, while cutting outlays only about $600 billion. And much of those aren't real cuts, but tiny reductions in projected spending growth over the next decade.
And in the end, his plan, such as it is, will do nothing to forestall the nation's oncoming debt crisis.
After four years, Obama's unseriousness as a president continues to surprise us.
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So he had a plan.

Obama can't do anything until Congress passes something.

Talk top your right whiner Republicans who decided to let the sequester happen.

Since: May 11

Aspers, PA

#877300 Mar 21, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> You are such a birdbrain.
Great response Flackbaugh.

So why were those 55 & older exempt?
carol

Orlando, FL

#877301 Mar 21, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Always with the cliches, dumb carol? "don't have a leg to stand on"? Would that refer to all of those "casualties" and "collateral damage" from Dick and Dumbya's criminally stupid war? BTW, where's all that oil we would be getting to pay for it--when will be greeted as liberators--where's our chocolates along the flower strewn path?
It's actually an idiom in the English language meaning in an argument or a case, to have no support thinking you're in the right.

Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi, Al Gore and Ted Kennedy along with the majority of democrats in both the House and Senate supported Bush. They knew Saddam had WMDs even before 9/11 and were privy to the same intelligence.

40 countries stood behind Bush.

So when it comes to blaming just Bush, you have no leg to stand on.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#877302 Mar 21, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Why are those 55 & older exempt?
To give people time to adjust their retirement plans for the added costs.
The idea that these people are exempt does not change the fact that the Ryan plan is a voucher system that saves money by making retirees pay more.
The vouchers goes toward paying for insurance not health care. The exemption is to give people and the government time to adjust to a change in the way things are done. I doubt there will be any increase in out of pocket expenses than there is now going into the future.
carol

Orlando, FL

#877303 Mar 21, 2013
TSM wrote:
Why would anybody be surprise by Liberals: Dem vote to keep WH closed to Public, Reid blames Marines death on Sequester!! Mr., Reid the blame lies solely at your feet and the Presidents, the president requested it, you push it, and the President Sign It!! If we were playing ‘Tag the Idiot…You’re ‘IT’!!
What's even more ridiculous is the sequester had nothing to do with the accident in Nevada.

You're right. President Obama and Senator Reid could have avoided the sequester. Maybe if both had just come up with a budget themselves if they weren't willing to compromise.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#877304 Mar 21, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Are you retarded for real? You say I'm making up oppression stories then in the in your next post totally contradict yourself. The living example of an oxymoron! You along with the rest of your butt buddies ought to do yourselves a huge favor. Sit down & compare each others 60yr old notes. Maybe that will fill in the blanks of your incomplete minds. I doubt it! It's obvious the heavy lifting you all refer to is that of modern books, some from other nations. The key is stop chasing knowledge. As long as you're chasing, it'll continue to run!
Nearly 50+ years of this Great Society social engineering has forced the black man to live on a blue magnet government preserve and NJ raider under the control by the elite and the federal government.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#877306 Mar 21, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
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Which Repubs are saying we should change Medicare to private insurance?
Are you just a sleazbucket making stuff up or is that factual? I'd love to see some information about your claim. I would find that interesting. I hope you are not just making this up.
194 Repub Congressmen again voted for the Paul Ryan Budget Plan that makes Medicare private pay insurance. That's who.
http://money.cnn.com/2013/03/12/news/economy/...

“searching myself”

Since: Sep 09

In Charming CA

#877307 Mar 21, 2013
carols minge wrote:
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Jesus, b!tch -- how do you tvats manage to come off even stupider than I originally imagined? Eventually I'll "learn to type?" WTF does that even mean -- to you? But, following your "logic," what did learning to type do for you. You hooked up with one useless oaf, cranked out a couple of little oafs, managed to drive the oaf off into the wilderness rather than listen to another day of your running cakehole (completely understandable), went on the dole (f**k you and your fiscal "conservativism), trawled the biker bars for a new victim, found one, read just enough tripe to think yourself clever and incisive, but manage to come off as a jumped up rube who thinks, at 42, she's sex machine enough to hold on to an aging thug. Wow, honey -- I'm really envious. Do you have any scathing sarcasm you can shoot my way to demonstrate your obvious superiority in the realm of Total Twatdom? Any pithy one-liners, followed by "next?" Well, of course you do!
Look cumcakes, you were up all night, feverishly trying to respond to slurs from other anonymous backwoods monkeys who spend their dwindling years on here -- the illustrious group of senior citizens you are soon destined to join. I think the hub is losing interest in you already -- why else would you be on here, rather than doing full splits on his face, or swallowing the hog? After all, I'm pretty sure that at 42, you're still capable of sucking the chrome off a trailer hitch, but likely not as enthusiastically as you were when, hustling little rube that you are, you were trying to "get the job."
The fvcknuggets are your 2 useless burger-eating sons, honeeeee, probably well on their way to knocking up the first little hillbillyslut who tickles their fancy at the local biker bar -- quitcher projection. Oh, and mon petit mouton, you're as funny as a fart in an unventilated trailer.
I see your morning constitutional went well. I hope that refreshing 'empty' feeling continues throughout your day.

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sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#877308 Mar 21, 2013
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
It's actually an idiom in the English language meaning in an argument or a case, to have no support thinking you're in the right.
Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi, Al Gore and Ted Kennedy along with the majority of democrats in both the House and Senate supported Bush. They knew Saddam had WMDs even before 9/11 and were privy to the same intelligence.
40 countries stood behind Bush.
So when it comes to blaming just Bush, you have no leg to stand on.
no leg to stand on?

tell that to the folks who voted for Obama in 2008.

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