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whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28101 Oct 21, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
The link below is a good analysis/summary for those that don't understand the math of the ACA:
http://poorrichardsnews.com/post/63737924453/...
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Something else I saw:
A LIBERAL is somebody who wants you to think like them.
A CONSERVATIVE is someone who just wants you to think.

Your video is about Math. Here is an example of libroid and conservative math...

2 plus 2 for Obama and cronies equals 6, trillion that is.
2 plus 2 for a conservatives,(non-rinos), equals 4, income versus outlay.

But really for conservatives, 2 plus 2 equals 1 and 1 half, to eliminate explosive debt by libroids...

simple math for a conservatives, complex equations beyond the scope and ability of a libroid...

whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28102 Oct 21, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
So are you also trying to claim that being called "clueless" or "uninformed" is equivalent to being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", etc? I think you need more sleep.
By the way, I think the word you were looking for was "ideologue". And it would surprise no one to find "oh my" under "examples".

He has the same problem with words as he does math....

whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28103 Oct 21, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
Thankfully, our "Family Values", Right Wing Wackos fully support and endorse the philandering, lying, adulterous, Republican Congressman from the "Great" State of South Carolina.
Without these "Family Values" Teapublicans showing us how they respect and honor the "Sanctity of Marriage" - where would we all
Maria Belen Chapur Speaks Out About Relationship With Mark Sanford
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/20/mari...

2 words = Anthony Weiner......rofl...

make that 4 words....Eliot Spitzer ...

whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28104 Oct 21, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
Thankfully, our "Family Values", Right Wing Wackos fully support and endorse the philandering, lying, adulterous, Republican Congressman from the "Great" State of South Carolina.
Without these "Family Values" Teapublicans showing us how they respect and honor the "Sanctity of Marriage" - where would we all
Maria Belen Chapur Speaks Out About Relationship With Mark Sanford
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/20/mari...


And lets' not forget the long list provided here..........

"Note: This list only includes Presidents, Senators, Congressman, Mayors, Governors, Attorney Generals, and Judges that have either confessed or been charged with a crime.
Unlike other lists created by Democrats showing Republicans, we have a very strict requirement that the individuals in question have either confessed or been convicted
of a crime. More specifically, this list does not include duplicates, fake names, and fake individuals. All situations listed in this document have been independently
verified for their accuracy and truth. This list does not contain home-makers, protestors, religious individuals, political activists, stay-at-home-moms, and people who
simply vote for a particular party like most anti-Republican lists created by Democrats do."


http://www.conservative21.net/Media/The_List....

read and weep......

my opinion

Hiawassee, GA

#28105 Oct 21, 2013
whom wrote:
<quoted text>
Ugly Eve, you just get more outlandish with dumb with every post you make.
Did you drop out of middle school or high school???
The modern day tea party started with a protest of sending tea bags to both demos and repubs to push for a reduction in the U.S. national debt and federal budget deficit by reducing U.S. government spending and taxes. The movement has been called partly conservative, partly libertarian, and partly populist. It has sponsored protests and supported political candidates since 2009, both conservative demos and repubs.....
The tea party people stand up for their rights, same as the minorities, the leftist, the occupy dummies, and every other person who do their best to force this country in their perferred path. Elected people are the ones who decide, and within a short period of appox 3 years, the teap party has had the biggest impact in washington since many of those blood suckers were elected, and the are running scared as you are....
The far left extremist, such as this topix exhibits, have made every effort to portray them as only repubs, while many of their viewpoints coincide with the repub party, many other of their viewpoints would be considered libertarian...
The tea party impact was felt in the 2010 elections hwere the repubs won 63 seats to win a majority in the house....and again in 2010....
The tea party impact has all elected officials running scared, especially the socialist, the rinos, and the regular ones in office to increase their bank account.
Your moralizing on the conditions of the southern people is an offense to every southern person. You must be a dam yankee transplant, or maybe you are a homosexual as the rest of your sorry post is a lame attempt to demonize southern people.
My advice, spread your word in your local community, not here on topix, I want to come to the tar and feathering...
As I have posted many times, the Tea Party was a great idea, until it was hijacked the whackos, just like you. It was an attempt to explain why it happened mostly in the South, and its sadly the way it is.

"The Tea Party's opposition to the national health care program was seen as central to the 16-day government shutdown that disrupted the nation. But Cheney said that was a small price to make the nation face its global debts!"

I don’t remember the national debt being discussed very much at all; it was all about ObamaCare and the inability of the party to change it in Congress. But that’s Chaney’s selective memory trying to work.

Fact is Standard and Poor’s has put the overall economic impact of the 16 day shutdown at

24 BILLION dollars!

The new projection for annualized growth of the U.S gross domestic product DOWN to 2.4 from 3 percent

152 million dollars lost per day in travel spending, from the U.S> Travel Association

76 million lost in daily spending at national parks in 12 states

160 million the amount the economy lost from government furloughs each workday from market research firm HIS

$737.95 the amount the average consumer will spend this Holiday Season. Down 2% less than previously expected
.
358,000 initial unemployment claims reported the department of labor, skewed higher by the thousands of furloughed workers applying for unemployment to tide them over.

Why don't you explain to me what good the 16 day shutdown did for you or for your cause. Maybe you can do that without calling
anyone who disagrees with you names. Maybe you can do that before you Tar and Feather me for doing the same as you do on a daily basis, give my opinion.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28106 Oct 21, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
So are you also trying to claim that being called "clueless" or "uninformed" is equivalent to being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", etc? I think you need more sleep.

By the way, I think the word you were looking for was "ideologue". And it would surprise no one to find "oh my" under "examples".
While being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", or "clueless" and "uninformed", may be offensive to those on the receiving end of such commentary, these terms are still just the expression of an opinion.

What I find most entertaining, and revealing, is your selective outrage at both the terminolgy used and the source of the usage. If you are going to present yourself as the rightously outraged at least be even handed with your admonishments, otherwise you come off as just another hypocritical ideologue (thanks for tip).

But hey, there's no surprises there.

gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#28107 Oct 21, 2013
my opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
As I have posted many times, the Tea Party was a great idea, until it was hijacked the whackos, just like you. It was an attempt to explain why it happened mostly in the South, and its sadly the way it is.
"The Tea Party's opposition to the national health care program was seen as central to the 16-day government shutdown that disrupted the nation. But Cheney said that was a small price to make the nation face its global debts!"
I don’t remember the national debt being discussed very much at all; it was all about ObamaCare and the inability of the party to change it in Congress. But that’s Chaney’s selective memory trying to work.
Fact is Standard and Poor’s has put the overall economic impact of the 16 day shutdown at
24 BILLION dollars!
The new projection for annualized growth of the U.S gross domestic product DOWN to 2.4 from 3 percent
152 million dollars lost per day in travel spending, from the U.S> Travel Association
76 million lost in daily spending at national parks in 12 states
160 million the amount the economy lost from government furloughs each workday from market research firm HIS
$737.95 the amount the average consumer will spend this Holiday Season. Down 2% less than previously expected
.
358,000 initial unemployment claims reported the department of labor, skewed higher by the thousands of furloughed workers applying for unemployment to tide them over.
Why don't you explain to me what good the 16 day shutdown did for you or for your cause. Maybe you can do that without calling
anyone who disagrees with you names. Maybe you can do that before you Tar and Feather me for doing the same as you do on a daily basis, give my opinion.
great post!

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#28108 Oct 21, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
While being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", or "clueless" and "uninformed", may be offensive to those on the receiving end of such commentary, these terms are still just the expression of an opinion.
What I find most entertaining, and revealing, is your selective outrage at both the terminolgy used and the source of the usage. If you are going to present yourself as the rightously outraged at least be even handed with your admonishments, otherwise you come off as just another hypocritical ideologue (thanks for tip).
But hey, there's no surprises there.
Ah, but here's the difference. When a poster here calls one of you on the Left "clueless" or "uninformed" it is (typically, though admittedly not always) in response to a post which exhibits just such characteristics - for example, ignorance on the tax code and the difference between income tax and capital gains tax.

However, when we on the Right talk about the problems with implementation and ramifications of the government over reach with Obamacare, are we given facts to dispute our arguments - no, we get called racist.

See the difference? Probably not, big surprise.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#28109 Oct 21, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
While being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", or "clueless" and "uninformed", may be offensive to those on the receiving end of such commentary, these terms are still just the expression of an opinion.
What I find most entertaining, and revealing, is your selective outrage at both the terminolgy used and the source of the usage. If you are going to present yourself as the rightously outraged at least be even handed with your admonishments, otherwise you come off as just another hypocritical ideologue (thanks for tip).
But hey, there's no surprises there.
WOW! I don't think that anyone could have put that any better.
gored moniker thingy

Cordele, GA

#28110 Oct 21, 2013
whom wrote:
" Argentine scientists have found a way to transform the gas created by the bovine digestive system into fuel, an innovation that could curb greenhouse gases that cause global warming."
Hey, we could do that here, collect the gas from libroids...
Why? You mean that along with all your other perversions that you a fart sniffer, too!
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28111 Oct 21, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Ah, but here's the difference. When a poster here calls one of you on the Left "clueless" or "uninformed" it is (typically, though admittedly not always) in response to a post which exhibits just such characteristics - for example, ignorance on the tax code and the difference between income tax and capital gains tax.
However, when we on the Right talk about the problems with implementation and ramifications of the government over reach with Obamacare, are we given facts to dispute our arguments - no, we get called racist.
See the difference? Probably not, big surprise.
Oh, you mean the use of hyperbole like Obamacare was crammed down our throats by a tyrannical dictator, when in fact it was passed under normal procedures, amended under reconciliation, signed into law by a duly elected President, and then (most of it) was upheld by the Supreme Court. All of which is the normal operating procedure for our democratic republic.

Should it also be mentioned that at its core it's an idea hatch by a right wing think tank, and implemented in a state by the governor who ran on the Republican Presidential ticket in 2012 in an election that was a defacto referendum on Obamacare. An election that the Republicans lost.

Besides, the use of "clueless" or "uninformed" would be a bit more believable if the poster were to use it more even-handedly, but then we all know the real point of its usage. Just as we know the real point of your continuing this conversation, it's just the self-righteous Outrage de Jour.
whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28112 Oct 21, 2013
my opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
As I have posted many times, the Tea Party was a great idea, until it was hijacked the whackos, just like you. It was an attempt to explain why it happened mostly in the South, and its sadly the way it is.
"The Tea Party's opposition to the national health care program was seen as central to the 16-day government shutdown that disrupted the nation. But Cheney said that was a small price to make the nation face its global debts!"
I don’t remember the national debt being discussed very much at all; it was all about ObamaCare and the inability of the party to change it in Congress. But that’s Chaney’s selective memory trying to work.
Fact is Standard and Poor’s has put the overall economic impact of the 16 day shutdown at
24 BILLION dollars!
The new projection for annualized growth of the U.S gross domestic product DOWN to 2.4 from 3 percent
152 million dollars lost per day in travel spending, from the U.S> Travel Association
76 million lost in daily spending at national parks in 12 states
160 million the amount the economy lost from government furloughs each workday from market research firm HIS
$737.95 the amount the average consumer will spend this Holiday Season. Down 2% less than previously expected
.
358,000 initial unemployment claims reported the department of labor, skewed higher by the thousands of furloughed workers applying for unemployment to tide them over.
Why don't you explain to me what good the 16 day shutdown did for you or for your cause. Maybe you can do that without calling
anyone who disagrees with you names. Maybe you can do that before you Tar and Feather me for doing the same as you do on a daily basis, give my opinion.

I really dont care what you have posted in the past. Every post I've read of yours, you are usually wrong, as you are with this post. First off, you dont know squat about the tea party movement.

Second off, the Tea party is not a southern thing only, or even mostly. There are groups in northern states, western states, all up and down both the eastern seaboard and western seaboard. There are groups in nearly every State where there are patriots against federal gubmint oppression of the rights of citizens, high taxes, unfair taxes, and high national debt...

You only speak the words of all democraps, so we really dont expect any sense out of you.

In all the rest of your post you skip the part about the feds spending $30 billion LESS than they normally do....you also forget to mention the feds spend over $10 billion each day, whether or not there is a shutdown....

And FYI, National debt INCLUDES Obamacare, as does all spending by the feds. So Obamacare is on the same table as all the other budget. To say otherwise is an ignorant statement...

The good of the shutdown; puts into perspective those who support ruining America with huge exploding national debt each year, every year, for many years. The EXPOSURE of them points to the good ole boys made up of libroids and rinos...which many will be lucky to remain in office after 2014.

There are some blue dog demos who support fiscal responsibility but are beat over the head by Reid and Pelosi with clubs....some of those blue dogs are supported by the tea party fyi...

2014 elections will be the real telling of the tape, as the Tea Party has just begun, only 3 years old....while the old demo and repub parties are worn out. The public hates them to the tune of a 5% good rating for Congress....




whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28113 Oct 21, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
While being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", or "clueless" and "uninformed", may be offensive to those on the receiving end of such commentary, these terms are still just the expression of an opinion.
What I find most entertaining, and revealing, is your selective outrage at both the terminolgy used and the source of the usage. If you are going to present yourself as the rightously outraged at least be even handed with your admonishments, otherwise you come off as just another hypocritical ideologue (thanks for tip).
But hey, there's no surprises there.

"While being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", or "clueless" and "uninformed""

In your case it is decided from a poll taken by conservatives. Of course there is no bias......

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#28114 Oct 21, 2013
whom wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, I've kinda of known this all along as I consider myself more a libertarian and independent than any lawful party.
You do know the repubs and demos have the election laws all gummed up so that they are the only 2 parties who do NOT have to qualify in each State to run a candidate. Anyone outside the party has an uphill battle to even get on a ballot??
Of course the have it locked up. That is why the Tea Party runs under the Republican Party. I am not sure if the Libertarian Party can run in all states.
The truth is the Republicans and the Democrats have it made in Washington sipping that good bourbon, living in fine houses, getting the best healthcare, Insurance, security, great pay plus what they get under the table,, wonderful perks, and not working for a living. They never break a sweat or get blisters.
Any other party that comes along to screw up their fine lifestyle must be dealt with and stopped. Pretty easy to do if you make the rules, control the news media, the IRS, with the two parties sticking together in the common cause of keeping things the same.
whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28115 Oct 21, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah, but here's the difference. When a poster here calls one of you on the Left "clueless" or "uninformed" it is (typically, though admittedly not always) in response to a post which exhibits just such characteristics - for example, ignorance on the tax code and the difference between income tax and capital gains tax.
However, when we on the Right talk about the problems with implementation and ramifications of the government over reach with Obamacare, are we given facts to dispute our arguments - no, we get called racist.
See the difference? Probably not, big surprise.

You are correct, as usual...
Ignorance is their biggest drawback, if not for ignorance we would not need to post..........anything.

And then there are those occasions where they know they are wrong, won't admit they are wrong, won't confess they are wrong, keep insisting they are right when the are wrong. get right and wrong mixed up, and then finally on a cold, cold, night have nightmares of becoming a conservative.....



whom

Dahlonega, GA

#28116 Oct 21, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course the have it locked up. That is why the Tea Party runs under the Republican Party. I am not sure if the Libertarian Party can run in all states.
The truth is the Republicans and the Democrats have it made in Washington sipping that good bourbon, living in fine houses, getting the best healthcare, Insurance, security, great pay plus what they get under the table,, wonderful perks, and not working for a living. They never break a sweat or get blisters.
Any other party that comes along to screw up their fine lifestyle must be dealt with and stopped. Pretty easy to do if you make the rules, control the news media, the IRS, with the two parties sticking together in the common cause of keeping things the same.

It's what they have always done, circle the wagons when threatened......

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#28117 Oct 21, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
The link below is a good analysis/summary for those that don't understand the math of the ACA:
http://poorrichardsnews.com/post/63737924453/...
----------
Something else I saw:
A LIBERAL is somebody who wants you to think like them.
A CONSERVATIVE is someone who just wants you to think.
+1 Great Post. If most people can't understand that, this country is full of dummies that can never be a conservative as they can't think. It can't be made any simpler.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#28118 Oct 21, 2013
I am LMAO at this article about the New York City school system. Political Pandering and political correctness will soon have the schools empty with students on holiday. I am just sitting back and watching to see how many more cities are going to follow this example.
Just another example of dumb Americans dumbing down America.
http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/10/20/muslim...
Informed Opinion

United States

#28119 Oct 21, 2013
my opinion wrote:
<quoted text>As I have posted many times, the Tea Party was a great idea, until it was hijacked the whackos, just like you. It was an attempt to explain why it happened mostly in the South, and its sadly the way it is.

"The Tea Party's opposition to the national health care program was seen as central to the 16-day government shutdown that disrupted the nation. But Cheney said that was a small price to make the nation face its global debts!"

I don’t remember the national debt being discussed very much at all; it was all about ObamaCare and the inability of the party to change it in Congress. But that’s Chaney’s selective memory trying to work.

Fact is Standard and Poor’s has put the overall economic impact of the 16 day shutdown at

24 BILLION dollars!

The new projection for annualized growth of the U.S gross domestic product DOWN to 2.4 from 3 percent

152 million dollars lost per day in travel spending, from the U.S> Travel Association

76 million lost in daily spending at national parks in 12 states

160 million the amount the economy lost from government furloughs each workday from market research firm HIS

$737.95 the amount the average consumer will spend this Holiday Season. Down 2% less than previously expected
.
358,000 initial unemployment claims reported the department of labor, skewed higher by the thousands of furloughed workers applying for unemployment to tide them over.

Why don't you explain to me what good the 16 day shutdown did for you or for your cause. Maybe you can do that without calling
anyone who disagrees with you names. Maybe you can do that before you Tar and Feather me for doing the same as you do on a daily basis, give my opinion.
Stop with those pesky facts, will you ?

On Right Wing Wacko Planet, facts serve no purpose.
Informed Opinion

United States

#28120 Oct 21, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>While being called "racist", "greedy", "warmongering", or "clueless" and "uninformed", may be offensive to those on the receiving end of such commentary, these terms are still just the expression of an opinion.

What I find most entertaining, and revealing, is your selective outrage at both the terminolgy used and the source of the usage. If you are going to present yourself as the rightously outraged at least be even handed with your admonishments, otherwise you come off as just another hypocritical ideologue (thanks for tip).

But hey, there's no surprises there.
Great post.

Buy way too complicated for our Right Wing Friends to comprehend.

Cognitive Dissonance requires they live in their fantasy world, avoiding reality at all costs.

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