OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

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Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#47470 Sep 20, 2013
Obamacare, Deconstructed...

Things during the ObamaCare sales pitch that you weren't told...
As well as the lies we now can confirm...
THIS IS A MUST WATCH FOR THOSE THAT WANT THE TRUTH.
VIDEO - Click here to watch:
https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/KxWMbqxgMDo%...
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#47471 Sep 20, 2013
'jihad al-nikah'... adds a whole new meaning to "aid and comfort to the enemy".

Tunisian women have travelled to Syria to wage "sex jihad" by comforting Islamist fighters battling the regime there, Interior Minister Lotfi ben Jeddou has told MPs.

"They have sexual relations with 20, 30, 100" militants, the minister told members of the National Constituent Assembly on Thursday.

"After the sexual liaisons they have there in the name of 'jihad al-nikah'--(sexual holy war, in Arabic)-- they come home pregnant," Ben Jeddou told the MPs.

http://www.france24.com/en/20130920-tunisian-...
Betty

United States

#47472 Sep 20, 2013
jmal wrote:
DO AWAY WITH INSURANCE OF ANY FORM. CAR, health, welfare, etc. And Prices will take care of themselves.
DO AWAY with speed limits on our highways. Everytime I get in a hurry there are always a bunch of cops in the way.

DO AWAY WITH COPS and the people will take care of themselves.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#47473 Sep 20, 2013
Chicago has the toughest gun laws...

Yet it's the new murder capital of America!

No Republicans there! Way to go Progressives, heck of a job Brownie, mission accomplished...

http://news.yahoo.com/chicago-murder-capital-...
JJJ

United States

#47474 Sep 20, 2013
Betty wrote:
<quoted text>
DO AWAY with speed limits on our highways. Everytime I get in a hurry there are always a bunch of cops in the way.
DO AWAY WITH COPS and the people will take care of themselves.
Agree, Isn't this why our governor ho signed the open carry?
DoesntMatter

Cushing, OK

#47475 Sep 20, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
'jihad al-nikah'... adds a whole new meaning to "aid and comfort to the enemy".

Tunisian women have travelled to Syria to wage "sex jihad" by comforting Islamist fighters battling the regime there, Interior Minister Lotfi ben Jeddou has told MPs.

"They have sexual relations with 20, 30, 100" militants, the minister told members of the National Constituent Assembly on Thursday.

"After the sexual liaisons they have there in the name of 'jihad al-nikah'--(sexual holy war, in Arabic)-- they come home pregnant," Ben Jeddou told the MPs.

http://www.france24.com/en/20130920-tunisian-...
Eww
KKK

United States

#47476 Sep 20, 2013
JJJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree, Isn't this why our governor ho signed the open carry?
The reason why the governor ho signed the open carry was to declare open season on all the dumbazz repugs.
DoesntMatter

Cushing, OK

#47477 Sep 20, 2013
Walgreens and Home Depot added to the train wreck list

The nation’s largest drug store chain Walgreens is changing the health care plan for 160,000 of its employees as a result of Obamacare, among the latest employers to make changes as the law’s further implementation moves closer.

The new plan will reportedly force employees to pay for more of their health care costs, as the company seeks to avoid the rising costs resulting from the law.

The Wall Street Journal reports,“Aside from rising health-care costs, the company cited compliance-related expenses associated with the new law as a reason for the switch.”

Two months ago Walgreens announced it would help promote the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, along with Blue Cross Blue Shield, in the lead up to the health care exchanges opening on Oct. 1. The two companies launched a website in July and promised to distribute brochures.

In January, the individual mandate is set to kick in, requiring every American to buy health insurance.

News of yet another company having price troubles comes the same week that President Barack Obama said predictions that rates would rise under the health care law hasn’t happened.

“There were lot of the horror stories, how this would shoot rates way up, how there were going to be death panels, and all that stuff. None of that’s happened,” Obama said Monday.
Misty

United States

#47478 Sep 20, 2013
KKK wrote:
<quoted text>
The reason why the governor ho signed the open carry was to declare open season on all the dumbazz repugs.
Agree with the part about governor ho and dumbazz repugs.
Jerry Lee

United States

#47479 Sep 20, 2013
Misty wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree with the part about governor ho and dumbazz repugs.
Agree 100%
DoesntMatter

Cushing, OK

#47480 Sep 20, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
11 shot in Chicago park, including a 3 year old...

Black on black carnage continues unabated... will we be hearing from Al or Jesse?

A child and 10 adults were hit by gunfire in a park on the South Side of Chicago late Thursday night.

All the victims were alive when transported to various hospitals, deputy fire chief James Mungovan said.

CNN affiliate WLS-TV reported four of the victims were in critical condition. The station said the child victim is 3 years old.

The shooting was reported about 10:15 p.m. Central Time in the Back of the Yards neighborhood. Police had taped off an outdoor basketball court there.

No suspects were in custody late Thursday.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/20/justice/chicago...
Just saw a report where it's 13 people now.

Those gun free zones are working out so well.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#47485 Sep 20, 2013
Bush ended financial crisis before Obama took office -- three important truths about 2008...

It is now five years after the financial shocks of September 2008. The two of us were members of the problem-solving team at the time, serving in the White House as Director of President Bush’s National Economic Council Hennessey and Chairman of his Council of Economic Advisers Lazear. In a booklet that we released last week through the Hoover Institution at Stanford University "Observations on the Financial Crisis", we review the crisis, its causes, remedies and implications for the future.

A major theme is correcting popular misinterpretations of events and policy decisions during and after that crisis.

To start, the financial crisis had all but ended by December, 2008. A severe recession continued into 2009 and a weak recovery is still with us, but the panic that characterized the September 2008 to November 2008 period was over before President Obama took office.

Here, we offer three of our observations that are central to understanding the crisis and its lessons.

First, the principal cause was not a specific U.S. policy but instead a global economic phenomenon.
The financial crisis was caused principally by unprecedented capital flows into the United States and other developed economies. Traditionally,“rich” countries loaned funds to poorer aka: developing countries, but in the mid-2000's that pattern reversed. Oil producers, Japan, and especially China invested heavily in the United States. This investment boom caused the price of risky assets, especially mortgages and mortgage-backed securities, to fall dramatically, fueling a massive expansion of mortgage lending and a large boom in housing supply. When this boom ended and housing prices began to decline in 2006, default rates increased and financial assets based on mortgages plummeted in value. Many of the biggest banks had invested too heavily in these assets and began to fail.

Second, the TARP worked.
In September 2008 we, on behalf of President Bush, were part of a team that asked Congress to write a $700 billion check on behalf of taxpayers to bail out the failing largest banks. President Bush didn’t want to do this. We didn’t want to do this. Congress didn’t want to do it and said no the first time. Our reservations were based on the potential cost to taxpayers and the moral hazard created by bailing out failing institutions and some of their creditors. Even today this program is famously unpopular, but the evidence is that it worked. The biggest banks all made the same, too-highly leveraged, bad bet: that housing prices would increase forever. When this bet proved wrong, the banks began to fail, threatening to collapse the entire financial system and push the global economy into another Great Depression.
CONTINUED NEXT POST...
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#47486 Sep 20, 2013
CONTINUED FROM LAST POST...
In the third week of that September, we saw the fledgling stages of a global financial panic. Had we not done the TARP and several other coordinated policy moves, it is likely that the panic would have spread, with devastating effects, to the entire nation. The TARP was a temporary recapitalization of these big and some medium-sized banks. It was designed to be a temporary investment, to buy time to allow the financial system to stabilize and the banks to raise private capital. This happened as designed and taxpayers recouped all but $5 billion of the original investment.

The Obama administration subsequently wasted billions more on unrelated programs. TARP was as necessary and effective as it was unpopular.

The third observation is about who did what.
It was President Bush’s task to stop the financial panic that was occurring in the autumn of 2008. He and his administration succeeded.
President Obama faced a different set of challenges, which included addressing the severe macroeconomic recession that flowed from the financial crisis, beginning the cleanup of the financial system after the crisis and proposing, enacting, and implementing financial reforms. The weak recovery continues and the effects of new legislation and regulatory actions that occurred during the Obama presidency remain uncertain.

All the major financial sector rescue policies were created and implemented during the last five months of the Bush administration. The Bush team put Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into conservatorship, proposed, enacted, and implemented the TARP and its main component, the Capital Purchase Program. Treasury guaranteed money market mutual funds. The FDIC expanded its guarantee of deposit insurance and created new guarantees for small business accounts and interbank loans. The Fed created new mechanisms for commercial paper and began paying interest on bank reserves. Fed, the Treasury, and FDIC took specific actions, many of which were loans and “bailouts” for AIG, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Washington Mutual, American Express, CIT, General Motors, and Chrysler.

President Bush hosted the first G-20 Summit in Washington. All of these actions, which constitute the overwhelming bulk of the policy response to the financial crisis, took place before Mr. Obama became president. Many believe some of these were unwise policy moves, but there is no dispute about who did them. The financial crisis ended before President Obama took the oath of office.

Read a lot more: http://www.scribd.com/doc/163852744/Observati...
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#47488 Sep 20, 2013
List of Democrats who left the Benghazi hearings just as Smith and Woods parents were going to testify and all of them should be handed over to the terrorist they are defending:
http://www.capitalisminstitute.org/democrats-...

Thanks Dems for protecting the Terrorist instead of Americans...

Hopefully the New Ads will start rolling next week and run until 2016. No need to thank me for the free advertisement to show all Americans what Democrat Values really are, my pleasure...
DoesntMatter

Cushing, OK

#47489 Sep 20, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
List of Democrats who left the Benghazi hearings just as Smith and Woods parents were going to testify and all of them should be handed over to the terrorist they are defending:
http://www.capitalisminstitute.org/democrats-...

Thanks Dems for protecting the Terrorist instead of Americans...

Hopefully the New Ads will start rolling next week and run until 2016. No need to thank me for the free advertisement to show all Americans what Democrat Values really are, my pleasure...
I really would just like to hear one of them give a reason as to WHY they did it. Is like to hear the excuses
Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#47491 Sep 20, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
<quoted text>
I really would just like to hear one of them give a reason as to WHY they did it. Is like to hear the excuses
Well how many bereaved mothers of wars and embassy post murders have you comforted?

As the mother of someone in the US Navy that pilots planes who always says every time he goes on deployment:

Mom, I chose this career. I know the dangers.

Blame scale:

If my plane goes down

Mechanical:

As Captain, it's up to me to be on top of the working of a plane. It up to other officers in the crew who also over see the work done on the plane. Faulty parts from the manu.--maybe my family will get some money.

Shot done----it's the enemy.

I sorry for her loss, but she's really disrespecting her son.



Justaminute

Oklahoma City, OK

#47492 Sep 20, 2013
Correction"

Shot down---it's the enemy.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#47493 Sep 20, 2013
Justaminute wrote:
<quoted text>
Well how many bereaved mothers of wars and embassy post murders have you comforted?
As the mother of someone in the US Navy that pilots planes who always says every time he goes on deployment:
Mom, I chose this career. I know the dangers.
Blame scale:
If my plane goes down
Mechanical:
As Captain, it's up to me to be on top of the working of a plane. It up to other officers in the crew who also over see the work done on the plane. Faulty parts from the manu.--maybe my family will get some money.
Shot done----it's the enemy.
I sorry for her loss, but she's really disrespecting her son.
Not to belittle what your son does for his country or to what you and your family goes thru but what you are talking about is not the same situation as the Benghazi situation. And if I was a relative of the ones killed in Benghazi I would like to know the whys.
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#47494 Sep 20, 2013
Packing Heat wrote:
CONTINUED FROM LAST POST...
In the third week of that September, we saw the fledgling stages of a global financial panic. Had we not done the TARP and several other coordinated policy moves, it is likely that the panic would have spread, with devastating effects, to the entire nation. The TARP was a temporary recapitalization of these big and some medium-sized banks. It was designed to be a temporary investment, to buy time to allow the financial system to stabilize and the banks to raise private capital. This happened as designed and taxpayers recouped all but $5 billion of the original investment.
The Obama administration subsequently wasted billions more on unrelated programs. TARP was as necessary and effective as it was unpopular.
The third observation is about who did what.
It was President Bush’s task to stop the financial panic that was occurring in the autumn of 2008. He and his administration succeeded.
President Obama faced a different set of challenges, which included addressing the severe macroeconomic recession that flowed from the financial crisis, beginning the cleanup of the financial system after the crisis and proposing, enacting, and implementing financial reforms. The weak recovery continues and the effects of new legislation and regulatory actions that occurred during the Obama presidency remain uncertain.
All the major financial sector rescue policies were created and implemented during the last five months of the Bush administration. The Bush team put Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into conservatorship, proposed, enacted, and implemented the TARP and its main component, the Capital Purchase Program. Treasury guaranteed money market mutual funds. The FDIC expanded its guarantee of deposit insurance and created new guarantees for small business accounts and interbank loans. The Fed created new mechanisms for commercial paper and began paying interest on bank reserves. Fed, the Treasury, and FDIC took specific actions, many of which were loans and “bailouts” for AIG, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Washington Mutual, American Express, CIT, General Motors, and Chrysler.
President Bush hosted the first G-20 Summit in Washington. All of these actions, which constitute the overwhelming bulk of the policy response to the financial crisis, took place before Mr. Obama became president. Many believe some of these were unwise policy moves, but there is no dispute about who did them. The financial crisis ended before President Obama took the oath of office.
Read a lot more: http://www.scribd.com/doc/163852744/Observati...
Such cut and paste skills.
It's a true talent.
Does it matter that you have no comprehension.

Is this the rich PH or the fake rich PH ?
Are both of you being censored by TOPIX ?
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#47495 Sep 20, 2013
Quote of the week comes from President Obama at the Business Roundtable,“raising the debt limit does not increase our debt.” Imagine what those business leaders were thinking: Not so fast, my friend. Look at it this way, what if Lee Corso on ESPN's College Gameday said,“scoring more touchdowns does not get you more points.” So America, when the credit card collectors call on you, just use President Obama’s logic. After all, going from $10.6T in debt in Jan 2009 to $16.9T now, well, it’s just a grand illusion as the rock band Styx would say...and our President is singing the same tune.

This from Allen West

Like how he puts the Us debt situation.

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