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No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1009585 Oct 23, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
How about you think for a change.
When did this problem start? How long had we been working toward that disaster?
Who is we??

It's the culture...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1009586 Oct 23, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
What planet do you live on?
Windows 2000 and XP were the Windows standard, you dumbass. Vista was nothing more than an upgrade for the low-level Windows Me operating system, which was the low-cost alternative for Windows 2000.
Just how ignorant are you?
<spam>

you don't have a clue.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1009587 Oct 23, 2013
In Utah, tea party favorite Sen. Lee faces GOP backlash over government shutdown

Spencer Zwick, a Utah native and national finance chairman for Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, was more direct, calling Lee a “show horse” who “just wants to be a spectacle.”

“Business leaders that I talk to, many of whom supported him, would never support his reelection and in fact will work against him, myself included,” Zwick said.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/in-uta...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009588 Oct 23, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
the gift that keeps on giving...
GOP And Tea Party Unfavorability At Record Highs: Poll
Unfavorable ratings for both the Republican Party and the tea party have ticked up to record highs, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday evening.
Sixty-four percent of Americans view the Republican Party unfavorably, and 56 percent view the tea party unfavorably. Both are all-time highs in CNN's polling, although in each case, it's only a 2-point increase from a survey taken Sept. 27 through 29.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/22/gop-...
Obamacare what?
thank you Tea Party.
huffingtonpost what?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009589 Oct 23, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
How about you think for a change.
When did this problem start? How long had we been working toward that disaster?
Since Bill Clinton used the White House to coerce Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to institute the Democrats' Marxist subprime housing mortgage underwriting program in 1999.
If you recall, in 2003 the Director of OFHEO testified that Fannie Mae and Freddie were already keeping fraudulent records to hide the CRA failure.
I've got just one question. Since it was obvious the CRA was a failure as early as 2003, why did the Democrats continue to push it until it collapsed our economy after two years of oversight by Democrats Dodd and Frank?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009590 Oct 23, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
In Utah, tea party favorite Sen. Lee faces GOP backlash over government shutdown
Spencer Zwick, a Utah native and national finance chairman for Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, was more direct, calling Lee a “show horse” who “just wants to be a spectacle.”
“Business leaders that I talk to, many of whom supported him, would never support his reelection and in fact will work against him, myself included,” Zwick said.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/in-uta...
What government shutdown?
Show me the government shutdown.
There was no government shutdown. It was all a Democrat hoax.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1009591 Oct 23, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
huffingtonpost what?
Huff Puff Fluff Stuff Post, Daily Kooks... etc... All knowingly manufacturing lies and bullshit...

It's the culture...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009592 Oct 23, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
<spam>
you don't have a clue.
Windows 2000 and XP were the Windows standard, you dumbass. Vista was nothing more than an upgrade for the low-level Windows Me operating system, which was the low-cost alternative for Windows 2000.
Just how ignorant are you?

Now, how about we talk about Obama stealing the software for his ObamaKare website, and the 100 million dollars we gave to him to write the software he stole.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1009593 Oct 23, 2013
House Republicans Wanted John McAfee’s Advice on Obamacare

Obamacare’s launch has been, if you ask Ezra Klein (but not Joan Walsh!), a disaster.

Reasonably enough, the House committee with appropriate oversight responsibilities wanted to bring in an expert to “guide our oversight and review of” the Healthcare.gov debacle, even as the shutdown showdown was in full swing.

Per CNBC, they chose John McAfee. McAfee has many positive qualities as a website consultant, not least of which being his creation of the eponymous web security software that made him a tech giant. He also has been spending the past few years of his life living an increasingly paranoid and bizarre life in the Latin American country of Belize that included hiring gang members he thought were trying to kill him, and procuring a 17 year-old girlfriend.

Then last fall, he became a “person of interest” in the murder of his fellow American expat neighbor, and went on the run deep into the Latin American jungle. Unable to resist his own desire for attention, he allowed the rugged reporters of Vice to come down and interview him, reporters who then posted a photo from their iPhone that included the precise poolside coordinates of McAfee’s hideout, apparently in Guatemala. He was soon arrested and deported.

All this is to say, John McAfee shouldn’t be getting anywhere near the Capitol of the United States to advise members of Congress, and it’s more than a little concerning that he would be House Republicans’ go-to tech guru. For one thing, it casts doubt on the judgment of their staff. More broadly concerning, it might suggest that the GOP tech gap is even worse than suspected.

The Obama campaign has famously tight relations with the pick of the Silicon Valley litter, including close personal consultations with Google executive Eric Schmidt. Access to the best and brightest the tech industry has to offer is thought to have helped pad Obama’s comfortable margin of victory, and has been contrasted sharply with the Romney campaign’s ORCA get-out-the-vote software that crashed on, rather inconveniently, Election Day.

However, if the House GOP is reaching out to a paranoid eccentric with a questionable history with the truth for their consultation, one very well may wonder if they simply didn’t know anyone else. A source on the committee told CNBC that “In an effort to better understand the technology concerns, we reached out to a few of the experts who have been featured in media reports on the health care exchange ‘glitches.’”

In the Year of Our Lord 2013, website design and management is an enormous industry with countless companies across the country engaged in designing similar projects; there should be plenty right in Congress’s backyard that are familiar with building the projects within the arcane maze of federal contracting regulations. Moreover, this should be an industry anyone with oversight responsibility should be quite familiar enough with to rattle off half a dozen executives who would be able to provide reasoned, reliable insight.

That they went for a guy recently returned from a gun-packing jungle escape from Belize’s law enforcement just about says it all.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/house-...

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#1009594 Oct 23, 2013
Here's a conspiracy for you. DBWriter is a paid professional whose job is to troll the internet and plant phony conspiracies.
It all fits together. Look at the volumes of phony data he digs up to support his phony logic. Who has time to rummage around digging that spin up, unless someone is paying him to do it.
Look at the time frame he posts, pretty much an 8 hour shift.
Is there any topic he isn't an "expert" on?
Look at his persona, aimed to appeal to the far right base.
Swaying opinion is a big money operation, why wouldn't we expect this kind of manipulation on sites like this?
I'm sure he bounces to other sites, probably uses a different ID.
You're outed DB.

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1009595 Oct 23, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
"Housing started to slide...."
You write as if this is the first time in history housing started to slide. Housing starts go up and down routinely.
What happened was, the Democrats' Marxist CRA program caused a fraudulent demand for housing not supported by the economy.
Here is a link where you can read quotes from Democrats negotiating with Republicans for no effective oversight of their Marxist CRA program:
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1222905...
Democrat senators voted for the war in Iraq.
Sens. Akaka (D-HI), Bingaman (D-NM), Boxer (D-CA), Byrd (D-WV), Conrad (D-ND), Corzine (D-NJ), Dayton (D-MN), Durbin (D-IL), Feingold (D-WI), Graham (D-FL), Inouye (D-HI), Kennedy (D-MA), Leahy (D-VT), Levin (D-MI), Mikulski (D-MD), Murray (D-WA), Reed (D-RI), Sarbanes (D-MD), Stabenow (D-MI), Wellstone (D-MN), and Wyden (D-OR).
There's a connection here, dumbass.
The Democrats didn't turn against the war in Iraq until there was nothing left for the Republicans to give them.
The Democrats' Marxist CRA program collapsed the economy after two years oversight (fuck you) by Democrats Dodd and Frank, from whom we heard a constant stream of lies right up to the collapse.
Coincidentally, the institutions that caused the collapse gave more money in bribes to Dodd than any other member of the entire Congress. Second was Obama.
After Obama was named president, these same institutions were reimbursed for far more than their losses due to the economic collapse they caused.
Not the "OMG OMG the CRA" excuse that had been debunked a gazillion times.

Yes Democrats voted for the war in Iraq because George Bush told them about the smoking gun mushroom cloud.

Two years of Democrat oversight was Jan of 2009. How come you are too GD stupid to know this? By that time, half the bailout was spent, housing had already collapsed & the recession was a year old.

Just how GD uninformed are you?

Go back to your subsidized job.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1009597 Oct 23, 2013
Emeem wrote:
Here's a conspiracy for you. DBWriter is a paid professional whose job is to troll the internet and plant phony conspiracies.
It all fits together. Look at the volumes of phony data he digs up to support his phony logic. Who has time to rummage around digging that spin up, unless someone is paying him to do it.
Look at the time frame he posts, pretty much an 8 hour shift.
Is there any topic he isn't an "expert" on?
Look at his persona, aimed to appeal to the far right base.
Swaying opinion is a big money operation, why wouldn't we expect this kind of manipulation on sites like this?
I'm sure he bounces to other sites, probably uses a different ID.
You're outed DB.
Emoron who makes a claim, then can't back it up! Talk about looking stupid, dumbass, and working hard to prove it... that's Patrick!

God. What a sorry ass life you have, you miserable little old man...

It's the culture...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009598 Oct 23, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
House Republicans Wanted John McAfee’s Advice on Obamacare
Obamacare’s launch has been, if you ask Ezra Klein (but not Joan Walsh!), a disaster.
Reasonably enough, the House committee with appropriate oversight responsibilities wanted to bring in an expert to “guide our oversight and review of” the Healthcare.gov debacle, even as the shutdown showdown was in full swing.
Per CNBC, they chose John McAfee. McAfee has many positive qualities as a website consultant, not least of which being his creation of the eponymous web security software that made him a tech giant. He also has been spending the past few years of his life living an increasingly paranoid and bizarre life in the Latin American country of Belize that included hiring gang members he thought were trying to kill him, and procuring a 17 year-old girlfriend.
Then last fall, he became a “person of interest” in the murder of his fellow American expat neighbor, and went on the run deep into the Latin American jungle. Unable to resist his own desire for attention, he allowed the rugged reporters of Vice to come down and interview him, reporters who then posted a photo from their iPhone that included the precise poolside coordinates of McAfee’s hideout, apparently in Guatemala. He was soon arrested and deported.
All this is to say, John McAfee shouldn’t be getting anywhere near the Capitol of the United States to advise members of Congress, and it’s more than a little concerning that he would be House Republicans’ go-to tech guru. For one thing, it casts doubt on the judgment of their staff. More broadly concerning, it might suggest that the GOP tech gap is even worse than suspected.
The Obama campaign has famously tight relations with the pick of the Silicon Valley litter, including close personal consultations with Google executive Eric Schmidt. Access to the best and brightest the tech industry has to offer is thought to have helped pad Obama’s comfortable margin of victory, and has been contrasted sharply with the Romney campaign’s ORCA get-out-the-vote software that crashed on, rather inconveniently, Election Day.
However, if the House GOP is reaching out to a paranoid eccentric with a questionable history with the truth for their consultation, one very well may wonder if they simply didn’t know anyone else. A source on the committee told CNBC that “In an effort to better understand the technology concerns, we reached out to a few of the experts who have been featured in media reports on the health care exchange ‘glitches.’”
In the Year of Our Lord 2013, website design and management is an enormous industry with countless companies across the country engaged in designing similar projects; there should be plenty right in Congress’s backyard that are familiar with building the projects within the arcane maze of federal contracting regulations. Moreover, this should be an industry anyone with oversight responsibility should be quite familiar enough with to rattle off half a dozen executives who would be able to provide reasoned, reliable insight.
That they went for a guy recently returned from a gun-packing jungle escape from Belize’s law enforcement just about says it all.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/house-...
Here's the advice Obama needs:

Scrap the software Obama stole and altered to destroy evidence of the crime.
Install the software as it was intended to be installed. That is, don't delete the copyright references in the software code to destroy the evidence proving Obama stole the software.
If you try to destroy the evidence proving Obama stole the software, it will cause the ObamaKare website to routinely crash.

It's that simple.
Laney F

New York, NY

#1009599 Oct 23, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama still blamed Republicans for their own ineptness.
No one informed him as to the progress - or lack thereof - and warned him it should be delayed a little longer while he repeatedly said "I will not negotiate" delaying it?
His blind followers believed him when he tried to blame Republicans, I'm quite sure.
Therein lies the crux of the problem in this country. The liberals believe everything this president says and the liberal media feeds their confusion.
It is another example of Obama's failure to take responsibility, another "I didn't know." CEO's in private industries don't have that luxury--but the buck NEVER stops with Obama. His learning curve is too steep and he is not a leader. But hey, didn't he say it was all "above his paygrade" in the very beginning?

Kathleen Sebelius: Obama didn't know of website glitches before launch

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Tuesday said that President Obama was not aware of glitches in the Obamacare insurance exchange website ahead of its launch and defended the administration's decision to go ahead with the rollout on schedule.

In an interview with CNN, Sebelius was asked when Obama first learned about the tech issues plaguing the Healthcare.gov website.

“It became clear fairly early on, the first couple of days,” Sebelius told CNN’s Sanjay Gupta. Asked if Obama knew about the concerns at HHS and earlier red flags before the Oct. 1 launch date, Sebelius said “no” and that Obama was only told that the team was testing the website.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/kathleen-sebeli...
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1009600 Oct 23, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Not the "OMG OMG the CRA" excuse that had been debunked a gazillion times.
Yes Democrats voted for the war in Iraq because George Bush told them about the smoking gun mushroom cloud.
Two years of Democrat oversight was Jan of 2009. How come you are too GD stupid to know this? By that time, half the bailout was spent, housing had already collapsed & the recession was a year old.
Just how GD uninformed are you?
Go back to your subsidized job.
And... your opinions are worthless and illiterate dumbass Dave...

It's the culture...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009601 Oct 23, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Not the "OMG OMG the CRA" excuse that had been debunked a gazillion times.
Yes Democrats voted for the war in Iraq because George Bush told them about the smoking gun mushroom cloud.
Two years of Democrat oversight was Jan of 2009. How come you are too GD stupid to know this? By that time, half the bailout was spent, housing had already collapsed & the recession was a year old.
Just how GD uninformed are you?
Go back to your subsidized job.
What happened was, the Democrats' Marxist CRA program caused a fraudulent demand for housing not supported by the economy.
Here is a link where you can read quotes from Democrats negotiating with Republicans for no effective oversight of their Marxist CRA program:
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1222905...
Democrat senators voted for the war in Iraq.
Sens. Akaka (D-HI), Bingaman (D-NM), Boxer (D-CA), Byrd (D-WV), Conrad (D-ND), Corzine (D-NJ), Dayton (D-MN), Durbin (D-IL), Feingold (D-WI), Graham (D-FL), Inouye (D-HI), Kennedy (D-MA), Leahy (D-VT), Levin (D-MI), Mikulski (D-MD), Murray (D-WA), Reed (D-RI), Sarbanes (D-MD), Stabenow (D-MI), Wellstone (D-MN), and Wyden (D-OR).
There's a connection here, dumbass.
The Democrats didn't turn against the war in Iraq until there was nothing left for the Republicans to give them.
The Democrats' Marxist CRA program collapsed the economy after two years oversight (one year and eight months, fuck you) by Democrats Dodd and Frank, from whom we heard a constant stream of lies right up to the collapse.
Coincidentally, the institutions that caused the collapse gave more money in bribes to Dodd than any other member of the entire Congress. Second was Obama.
After Obama was named president, these same institutions were reimbursed for far more than their losses due to the economic collapse they caused.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1009602 Oct 23, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Windows 2000 and XP were the Windows standard, you dumbass. Vista was nothing more than an upgrade for the low-level Windows Me operating system, which was the low-cost alternative for Windows 2000.
Just how ignorant are you?
Now, how about we talk about Obama stealing the software for his ObamaKare website, and the 100 million dollars we gave to him to write the software he stole.

The original Longhorn, based on the Windows XP source code, was scrapped, and Longhorn's development started anew, building on the Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 codebase, and re-incorporating only the features that would be intended for an actual operating system release.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Vista
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1009603 Oct 23, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's the advice Obama needs:
Scrap the software Obama stole and altered to destroy evidence of the crime.
Install the software as it was intended to be installed. That is, don't delete the copyright references in the software code to destroy the evidence proving Obama stole the software.
If you try to destroy the evidence proving Obama stole the software, it will cause the ObamaKare website to routinely crash.
It's that simple.
i can see the GOP won't be calling you.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1009604 Oct 23, 2013
Emeem wrote:
Here's a conspiracy for you. DBWriter is a paid professional whose job is to troll the internet and plant phony conspiracies.
It all fits together. Look at the volumes of phony data he digs up to support his phony logic. Who has time to rummage around digging that spin up, unless someone is paying him to do it.
Look at the time frame he posts, pretty much an 8 hour shift.
Is there any topic he isn't an "expert" on?
Look at his persona, aimed to appeal to the far right base.
Swaying opinion is a big money operation, why wouldn't we expect this kind of manipulation on sites like this?
I'm sure he bounces to other sites, probably uses a different ID.
You're outed DB.
Psychiatrists call what you're doing "projection". If anyone wants to know what you're guilty of, just watch what you accuse others of.
It's obvious you are part of the White House Internet Tactical Effort.
You're just another WHITE boy.
How much are we paying you to be here? Do WHITE boys get exempted from ObamaKare like every other Democrat that forced it on everyone not connected to the government?

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1009605 Oct 23, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
Rush Limbaugh Calls Troops ‘Welfare Queens, Moochers’
From the upscale Palm Beach corporate headquarters of his Excellence in Broadcasting Network, right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh unloaded on America’s men and women in uniform, insinuating their motives as less than pure.
The comments came during Limbaugh’s second hour on Monday. A caller had voiced support for President Obama’s signature Affordable Health Care Act, the crowning achievement of Obama’s administration thus far and a piece of legislation that conferred health care coverage on 40 million of the nation’s poor and middle class. When the caller identified himself as a retired Army Master Sergeant, and compared the AFA to the military’s free medical care for all servicemembers and their families, Limbaugh cut him off and began the controversial response.
You see, Master Sergeant,” began Limbaugh, rubbing his hands together,“you have exposed yourself. I thank you for the call — and I thank you for your service, I really do — but you’ve exposed yourself. Of course you like the idea of the government putting a band-aid on every little boo-boo you get, wiping your nose for you, giving you free prescription Advil when you could buy it at the drug store like the taxpayer, so on and so forth. You like that idea because you’ve lived with that your whole life. You said you joined the Army at 18. My guess is that before that, before you enlisted, you were on welfare. When you joined, you were essentially on welfare, because whether or not you ever go to war, you get free medicine, free food, free place to sleep, even free clothes to wear to work every day. The taxpayer even gives you years-long paid vacations to exotic foreign lands.....
“You’ll also probably think, well—” and here Limbaugh inclined the intonation of his voice to imitate that of a child,“Mr. Limbaugh, if only everyone could have fwee ice cream, Mr. Limbaugh, then the world would be all sunshine and unicorns and happiness. The only problem,” continued Limbaugh, returning to his normal voice,“is that ice cream, folks, like health care, is not free.... And if you believe otherwise, you are not a defender of the nation. You’re a welfare queen — or more appropriately, a welfare grunt.”
“You’ll also probably think, well—” and here Limbaugh inclined the intonation of his voice to imitate that of a child,“Mr. Limbaugh, if only everyone could have fwee ice cream, Mr. Limbaugh, then the world would be all sunshine and unicorns and happiness. The only problem,” continued Limbaugh, returning to his normal voice,“is that ice cream, folks, like health care, is not free. It is a product, created by a producer. And you have just as much a right to getting it for free as you have to getting ice cream for free. That is, you do not have a right to it for free. And if you believe otherwise, you are not a defender of the nation. You’re a welfare queen — or more appropriately, a welfare grunt.”
Good grief See you Next Tuesday-this is a satire--and yet you liberals are so ignorant you think it really happened. OMG no wonder you think O'bama is king; dumb liberals like you believing everything. Why to go idiot.

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