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“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1024250 Nov 15, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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They're off screaming into their pillows somewhere.
Morning, flack.
Morning Carol.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1024251 Nov 15, 2013
Here's another little fly in the ointment some liberals probably haven't considered.

Obama claims income must be "verified" to be eligible for the subsidies but navigators have been caught undercover telling people to lie about income not reported to the IRS.

And the only way the IRS will know if someone is lying about their income is after tax time every year. They can't do anything to get that money under the law and they can't possibly go after that many people anyway.

It's the "gullibility factor" on the part of liberals and liberalism - thinking everyone is just too honest to lie or abuse the system.

The line between compassion and gullibility is all over the place in a liberal's mind.

Why is beyond me.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1024252 Nov 15, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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I personally like the younger and braver conservatives myself.
But Christie could create a problem in my opinion if he runs against these younger and braver conservatives on the republican ticket.
He can't seem to figure out which side of the fence he's on and has a big mouth that creates more problems than helps the party.
He gives the impression he also thinks it's all about him. We don't need another one of those.
He may be toast.

Here’s a closer look at the issues that caught the Romney team’s attention:
1. A Justice Department IG’s report: In 2010, a DoJ inspector general report criticized Christie’s free-spending habits in the U.S. attorney’s office, a revelation that was made public that year. Halperin and Heilemann write that the report “criticized him for being ‘the U.S. attorney who most often exceeded the government [travel expense] rate without adequate justification’ and for offering ‘insufficient, inaccurate, or no justification’ for stays at swank hotels.” The book says the report also “raised questions for vetters about Christie’s relationship with a top female deputy who accompanied him on many of the trips.”
2. A defamation lawsuit: Romney’s team also looked at a defamation lawsuit Christie faced, write Halperin and Heilemann. Here’s how the Newark Star-Ledger described the incident:”In 1994, his opponents in the Republican Morris County freeholder primary sued him for claiming they were under investigation by the county prosecutor. The case was settled, and Christie issued a formal apology.” The Romney vetters asked Christie’s team to provide the terms of settlement, but did not get that information by the time they issued a report on him for Romney to review.
3. Christie’s lobbying work: The Romney campaign wanted more information than they got on Christie’s lobbying clients, according to the book. Also, Christie once lobbied for the Securities Industry Association when Bernie Madoff — who was sentenced in 2009 for masterminding a historic financial fraud — was a senior official there.
4. Christie’s brother: In 2008, Todd Christie agreed to settle Securities and Exchange Commission civil charges. The book says he “acknowledged making ‘hundreds of trades in which customers had been systematically overcharged.’” Halperin and Heilemann write that his oversight of a family foundation also caught the attention of the Romney vetters. The written report the Romney vetters finalized for the presidential candidate to review said that the campaign asked Christie whether his brother incurred any penalty as a result of action taken by the SEC/NYSE, but they had not received that information.
5. Steering contracts to donors/allies:“There was Christie’s decision to steer hefty government contracts to donors and political allies such as former attorney general John Ashcroft, which sparked a congressional hearing,” Halperin and Heilemann write. Separately, the New York Times took a close look recently at an ally of Christie’s who had charges dismissed. The paper found no evidence the dismissal came at Christie’s order. But if he runs for president, Christie could find that opposition research teams will be digging into the broader subject of possible political favors pertaining to his record.
Sean Sullivan
Sean Sullivan covers national politics for “The Fix.” Prior to joining the Washington Post in the summer of 2012, Sean was the editor of Hotline On Call, National Journal Hotline’s politics blog. He has also worked for NHK Japan Public Broadcasting and ABC News. Sean is a graduate of Hamilton College, where he received a degree in Philosophy. He lives in Washington, D.C. Follow Sean on Twitter.
TSM

El Paso, TX

#1024253 Nov 15, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
PDupont seems to have forgotten slavery was a "legal" institution and women being treated as second-class citizens and denied the right to vote was also "legal" at one time.
Many amendments no longer make something "legal". It's why we have amendments - to change wrongs that were once considered right based on a mutual consensus of conscience and society changing for the betterment of the nation.
Spot On!!
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Newington, CT

#1024254 Nov 15, 2013
Where'd the French KKKoward PDufus go?

Must be another thread where he can go pick on more women who he feels should not be allowed to have an opinion.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#1024255 Nov 15, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Puke!
that's mature, scumbag.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#1024256 Nov 15, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
as long as Carol(et al) keeps defending Bush......after 5 years of everyone wondering why.
"“I wonder if he has the legal authority to do this, since this was a congressional bill that set this up,” said [Howard] Dean of Obama's proposed fix."

you guys will be doing it too.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#1024257 Nov 15, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
same as Obama's at this point.
but what did the Bush inattention to detail cost us? much more than a program designed to reduce the deficit.
designed to reduce the deficit...hahahaha. Toldja you were a comedian.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1024258 Nov 15, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
Be safe Carol. I gave up riding when I literally hit the road bouncing off the fender of someone who thought he could pass me in the same lane I was in and then took off. Riding to the ER with a broken right wrist took some doing but I managed to get there.
Happy treasure hunting also. A couple of weeks ago I was in a Goodwill store in Hadley Massachusetts and found a book from the Government Printing Office celebrating the centennial of the establishment of the seat of government in the District of Columbia. It was printed in 1901 which makes it 112 years old and it has many engravings and maps and lists all of the celebrations, parades and galas that marked the occasion. Price less than $10. It has a prominent place in my library.
Don't have to worry about me wanting to be safe on the motorcycle. I've instructed my husband numerous times about not passing unless it's absolutely necessary, making sure there's absolutely no one in the other lane if he does and keeping a good distance behind cars in front of him.

He's safety conscientious too so, hopefully, we'll be okay. But there ARE crazy drivers out there and you always have to be on the lookout for them. I won't be riding with him that often.

But who knew we both shared the same love of thrift stores? Nucular doesn't know what he's missing.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1024260 Nov 15, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>The government has no business being involved with your body or in health care or in your bedroom dumbass...
It's the culture...
This from someone who wants to control what a woman can do with her body and prevent gays from marrying each other. Obama attempts to do something about our disastrous healthcare system and you cry like a baby. Bush sends our soldiers to war and you cheer. You are just plain nuts. LMAO.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#1024261 Nov 15, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
House Republicans Want To Impeach Eric Holder For Refusing To Defend Unconstitutional Law
A fringe group of House Republicans announced this week they will try to make Attorney General Eric Holder the first cabinet official to be impeached since the reconstruction era. One of the reasons? He didn't defend an unconstitutional law.
One of the articles of impeachment against Holder backed by a small group of House Republicans, including Reps. Michele Bachmann (Minn.), Ted Yoho (Fla.) and Pete Olson (Texas), involves the Justice Department's decision not to defend key provisions of the Defense of Marriage Act in federal court. The Supreme Court, of course, agreed with the Obama administration's conclusion that the federal law recognizing only opposite-sex marriages was unconstitutional, and it struck down a portion of the law over the summer.
The Republicans also targeted Holder's decision not to sue Washington and Colorado for deciding to regulate rather than criminalize marijuana, arguing that he's not enforcing the Controlled Substances Act.
There are no signs that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) will act on the resolution, Politico reports, and his office is referring calls elsewhere. House Republicans previously voted to find Holder in contempt of Congress because the Justice Department refused to turn over certain documents related to the botched ATF operation known as Fast and Furious. Holder said earlier this year the vote didn't have a big impact on him because he had no respect for anyone who voted to hold him in contempt.
During a visit to St. Louis on Thursday as part of his Smart on Crime push, Holder criticized the "meaningless partisan" impeachment effort and said the resolution included "factually incorrect" allegations.
“I have serious things, serious things that I have to engage in," Holder said. "That is how I’m going to be spending my time and I’m not going to be devoting much attention to those kinds of things."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/14/eric...
you actually repost this crap? Here, from the article.

"The Supreme Court, of course, agreed with the Obama administration's conclusion that the federal law recognizing only opposite-sex marriages was unconstitutional, and it struck down a portion of the law over the summer."

its bullsht reporting at its best.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1024262 Nov 15, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, he could create a problem. He is obviously a saboteur. He sabotaged the Republicans in exchange for the Democrats pulling the candidate they had slated to run against him and replaced him with a sure loser. The RINOs know he'll generate a very poor turnout and almost any Democrat will win.
That is why the media is portraying him as being significant in Republican politics. He's already proved he'll sabotage the Republican ticket. What idiot thinks he won't do that again?
Chris Christie took the first jab at Rand Paul when their little insignificant feud started. Paul only responded once in kind but has extended the olive branch more than a few times. Christie is apparently too busy to be bothered.

That bothers me.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#1024263 Nov 15, 2013
Ah! The cackling of reich wing nuts!

Such scared little chickadees!

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1024264 Nov 15, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Don't have to worry about me wanting to be safe on the motorcycle. I've instructed my husband numerous times about not passing unless it's absolutely necessary, making sure there's absolutely no one in the other lane if he does and keeping a good distance behind cars in front of him.
He's safety conscientious too so, hopefully, we'll be okay. But there ARE crazy drivers out there and you always have to be on the lookout for them. I won't be riding with him that often.
But who knew we both shared the same love of thrift stores? Nucular doesn't know what he's missing.
You not only have to worry about the people who don't see you, you have to worry about the people who see you and don't care if they run over you.
There are crazy drivers out there. One of the rules I use is, if I see an Obama sticker on a car, I get as far away from it as I can. I can recall a lot of instances when some eco-friendly compact car almost ran over me, but I can't recall one instance where a pickup truck being driven by someone wearing a straw hat or baseball cap almost ran over me.

Ride safe. We want to see you again tomorrow. ;-)

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1024265 Nov 15, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Sonic quotes gallop all the time...I think i just heard him call you a dick.
“I always cheer up immensely if they attack me personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.”
&#8213; Margaret Thatcher

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1024266 Nov 15, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> He may be toast.
Here’s a closer look at the issues that caught the Romney team’s attention:
1. A Justice Department IG’s report: In 2010, a DoJ inspector general report criticized Christie’s free-spending habits in the U.S. attorney’s office, a revelation that was made public that year. Halperin and Heilemann write that the report “criticized him for being ‘the U.S. attorney who most often exceeded the government [travel expense] rate without adequate justification’ and for offering ‘insufficient, inaccurate, or no justification’ for stays at swank hotels.” The book says the report also “raised questions for vetters about Christie’s relationship with a top female deputy who accompanied him on many of the trips.”
2. A defamation lawsuit: Romney’s team also looked at a defamation lawsuit Christie faced, write Halperin and Heilemann. Here’s how the Newark Star-Ledger described the incident:”In 1994, his opponents in the Republican Morris County freeholder primary sued him for claiming they were under investigation by the county prosecutor. The case was settled, and Christie issued a formal apology.” The Romney vetters asked Christie’s team to provide the terms of settlement, but did not get that information by the time they issued a report on him for Romney to review.
3. Christie’s lobbying work: The Romney campaign wanted more information than they got on Christie’s lobbying clients, according to the book. Also, Christie once lobbied for the Securities Industry Association when Bernie Madoff — who was sentenced in 2009 for masterminding a historic financial fraud — was a senior official there.
4. Christie’s brother: In 2008, Todd Christie agreed to settle Securities and Exchange Commission civil charges. The book says he “acknowledged making ‘hundreds of trades in which customers had been systematically overcharged.’” Halperin and Heilemann write that his oversight of a family foundation also caught the attention of the Romney vetters. The written report the Romney vetters finalized for the presidential candidate to review said that the campaign asked Christie whether his brother incurred any penalty as a result of action taken by the SEC/NYSE, but they had not received that information.
5. Steering contracts to donors/allies:“There was Christie’s decision to steer hefty government contracts to donors and political allies such as former attorney general John Ashcroft, which sparked a congressional hearing,” Halperin and Heilemann write. Separately, the New York Times took a close look recently at an ally of Christie’s who had charges dismissed. The paper found no evidence the dismissal came at Christie’s order. But if he runs for president, Christie could find that opposition research teams will be digging into the broader subject of possible political favors pertaining to his record.
Sean Sullivan
Sean Sullivan covers national politics for “The Fix.” Prior to joining the Washington Post in the summer of 2012, Sean was the editor of Hotline On Call, National Journal Hotline’s politics blog. He has also worked for NHK Japan Public Broadcasting and ABC News. Sean is a graduate of Hamilton College, where he received a degree in Philosophy. He lives in Washington, D.C. Follow Sean on Twitter.
Christie's style may be a hit in New Jersey...but will it play in Peoria...as entertainers used to say?
Alec Baldwin

Beckley, WV

#1024267 Nov 15, 2013
Yeah wrote:
Ah! The cackling of reich wing nuts!
Such scared little chickadees!
Dont forget the leftwingnuts like me, I am such a bigot its hilarious. Problem is, I am proud of it.
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Newington, CT

#1024268 Nov 15, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
This from someone who wants to control what a woman can do with her body and prevent gays from marrying each other. Obama attempts to do something about our disastrous healthcare system and you cry like a baby. Bush sends our soldiers to war and you cheer. You are just plain nuts. LMAO.
Hey Space Cadet! Bust left the White House 5 years ago, Moonbat.

Here's a news flash for you. Obama is still sending our soldiers to war and your Democrats voted for the wars, dipsh*t.

Just in case they didn't let you see this in your padded room back then, watch this:



Dolt.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1024269 Nov 15, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Chris Christie took the first jab at Rand Paul when their little insignificant feud started. Paul only responded once in kind but has extended the olive branch more than a few times. Christie is apparently too busy to be bothered.
That bothers me.
Rand Paul will get those inclined to lean Libertarian to the polls in droves. The RINOs know this. Christie's job was to fight against that. Christie's function is to prevent any threat to the RINOs' control of the Republican Party from becoming effective.
It's time for either the constitutionalists to take over the Republican Party, or leave it and form another party. If the Constitutionalists leave the Republican Party, there will be more people in the Libertarian Party than the Republican Party.
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Newington, CT

#1024270 Nov 15, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
“I always cheer up immensely if they attack me personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.”
&#8213; Margaret Thatcher
Who is &#8213, libtard?

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