rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48154 Jun 28, 2014


From the mouth of an apparent suicide victim??????????


"A subdued president of the United States told the gathering that he's like a "caged bear," who every once in a while breaks loose. "And I -- I'm feeling super loose today. So -- so you don't know what I might do. You don't know what I might do. Who knows?"


would serve the world greatly if true..........


http://cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/o...

rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48155 Jun 28, 2014


Nothing like appointing one of your own to cover your arse..........


IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, appointed by President Barack Obama to steer the agency through the numerous investigations into the IRS targeting scandal, has donated close to $100,000 to Democrats and the party's organizations for more than four decades.

Koskinen donations include a total of $7,300 to the campaigns to elect Obama to the White House; $19,000 to the Democratic National Committee from 1988 to 2008; $3,000 to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; and $2,000 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, according to official records of political contributions, with 1979 being the earliest date on record."


http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/koskinen-don...

The House should put him in contempt..........along with Lerner......



Churlish Truths

United States

#48156 Jun 28, 2014
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A hard rain is going to fall on anti-union people. The hate against unions is so strong here on this thread that one must wonder "Who are these people that hates unions so much?"
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Talk that unions are outdated is suspect. We must be reminded that it was unions that got a lot of the labor laws enacted. Labor laws which protect the worker in oh so many ways. As long as those laws are still on the books then the legacy of the unions live.
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When the evil and greedy ways of corporates again oppress the worker then the worker will again rise up. It's inevitable.
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rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48157 Jun 28, 2014


IRS and their Gay agenda..........


"Conservatives Blast IRS Over Ruling to Pay $50K to Marriage Group"


http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Marriage-law...


rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48158 Jun 28, 2014


How quickly a bully can become a quirking little libroid..........


"Many members of the media claimed that these "new" charges spelled the end of Walker's career. But few of these media outlets informed readers that the charges were not new but were contained in months-old papers released by a federal judge, because the prosecutors were being sued.

As it happens, it is the prosecutor quoted in the documents who is being accused of something, not Walker. Schmitz is being accused of prosecutorial misconduct."


http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/...


“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Dallas, GA

#48159 Jun 28, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
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A hard rain is going to fall on anti-union people. The hate against unions is so strong here on this thread that one must wonder "Who are these people that hates unions so much?"
-
Talk that unions are outdated is suspect. We must be reminded that it was unions that got a lot of the labor laws enacted. Labor laws which protect the worker in oh so many ways. As long as those laws are still on the books then the legacy of the unions live.
-
When the evil and greedy ways of corporates again oppress the worker then the worker will again rise up. It's inevitable.
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Let's remember something else. Workers have the right to "organize". They also have the right to "decertify". Union membership is at an all time low. Get it now?
silverfox

Ocilla, GA

#48160 Jun 28, 2014
@ why,

Eric Holder should have been fired ages ago, he has ONE close friend who sold her soul to protect him.

Valerie Jarrett says Eric Holder is perfectly capable of defending defending himself, as she proceeds to defend him... Valerie Jarrett, Wicked Witch of the West, Obama's puppet master & Eric Holder's saving grace.

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/06/06/jarrett...
Churlish Truths

United States

#48161 Jun 28, 2014
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Disclaimer: I think that abortions should be a last solution measure. Meaning that prevention should be first. Contraception should be free to all who want it and tab picked up by the government, insurance, UN and international birth control agencies.
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But there are religious nuts who want to forbid contraception. Fewer people means fewer dollars in their collection plates. Also, churches run international enterprises to "fight hunger" in which starving children is a must for those enterprises to survive. In some situations, as much as 80% is skimmed off of the top of donations, for "administration". Being a CEO of these "charities" reaps big-buck salaries.
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The SCOTUS cannot unleash abortion clinic protestors onto those who legally seek an abortion. Equal protection applies to those who seek abortions.
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Let's take a look at distance barriers in a totally different light. Now there are those of us who think that organized religion is a bane on society. What would happen if like-minded people started showing up in front of churches on Sunday morning with protest signs and handing out anti-church pamphlets to church goers?
Where would the SCOTUS stand on that?-
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If abortion clinic protestors have rights then would not church protestors also have the same rights?
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More people need to start standing up to religious extremists regardless of whether they be Christian, Muslim or other. That has not, yet, happened in the US because the religious nuts are so entrenched.
If man is to progress then that must change.
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Refuse to attend church. Believe any religion that you like but simply reject organized religion, gangs.
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Did you ever notice how we reject a mafia in certain contexts but allow and even support them under the banner of religion?
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Is not to tithe and support to a religious organization too similar to paying union dues to a labor union and paying to organized crime for protection? When church groups approach a businessman for "donations" then why is it that a smart businessmen would dare not run them off and not give at least a token donation? Due to fear of retribution of course. Church groups may not break an arm but they can and will break a business in that business don't kowtow.
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“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Dallas, GA

#48162 Jun 28, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
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Disclaimer: I think that abortions should be a last solution measure. Meaning that prevention should be first. Contraception should be free to all who want it and tab picked up by the government, insurance, UN and international birth control agencies.
-
But there are religious nuts who want to forbid contraception. Fewer people means fewer dollars in their collection plates. Also, churches run international enterprises to "fight hunger" in which starving children is a must for those enterprises to survive. In some situations, as much as 80% is skimmed off of the top of donations, for "administration". Being a CEO of these "charities" reaps big-buck salaries.
-
The SCOTUS cannot unleash abortion clinic protestors onto those who legally seek an abortion. Equal protection applies to those who seek abortions.
-
Let's take a look at distance barriers in a totally different light. Now there are those of us who think that organized religion is a bane on society. What would happen if like-minded people started showing up in front of churches on Sunday morning with protest signs and handing out anti-church pamphlets to church goers?
Where would the SCOTUS stand on that?-
-
If abortion clinic protestors have rights then would not church protestors also have the same rights?
-
More people need to start standing up to religious extremists regardless of whether they be Christian, Muslim or other. That has not, yet, happened in the US because the religious nuts are so entrenched.
If man is to progress then that must change.
-
Refuse to attend church. Believe any religion that you like but simply reject organized religion, gangs.
-
Did you ever notice how we reject a mafia in certain contexts but allow and even support them under the banner of religion?
-
Is not to tithe and support to a religious organization too similar to paying union dues to a labor union and paying to organized crime for protection? When church groups approach a businessman for "donations" then why is it that a smart businessmen would dare not run them off and not give at least a token donation? Due to fear of retribution of course. Church groups may not break an arm but they can and will break a business in that business don't kowtow.
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Prevention, by abstinence first. Don't have the self discipline or self respect for that, pay for your own contraception.
Republican

Atlanta, GA

#48163 Jun 28, 2014
Vote

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Dallas, GA

#48164 Jun 28, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
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Disclaimer: I think that abortions should be a last solution measure. Meaning that prevention should be first. Contraception should be free to all who want it and tab picked up by the government, insurance, UN and international birth control agencies.
-
But there are religious nuts who want to forbid contraception. Fewer people means fewer dollars in their collection plates. Also, churches run international enterprises to "fight hunger" in which starving children is a must for those enterprises to survive. In some situations, as much as 80% is skimmed off of the top of donations, for "administration". Being a CEO of these "charities" reaps big-buck salaries.
-
The SCOTUS cannot unleash abortion clinic protestors onto those who legally seek an abortion. Equal protection applies to those who seek abortions.
-
Let's take a look at distance barriers in a totally different light. Now there are those of us who think that organized religion is a bane on society. What would happen if like-minded people started showing up in front of churches on Sunday morning with protest signs and handing out anti-church pamphlets to church goers?
Where would the SCOTUS stand on that?-
-
If abortion clinic protestors have rights then would not church protestors also have the same rights?
-
More people need to start standing up to religious extremists regardless of whether they be Christian, Muslim or other. That has not, yet, happened in the US because the religious nuts are so entrenched.
If man is to progress then that must change.
-
Refuse to attend church. Believe any religion that you like but simply reject organized religion, gangs.
-
Did you ever notice how we reject a mafia in certain contexts but allow and even support them under the banner of religion?
-
Is not to tithe and support to a religious organization too similar to paying union dues to a labor union and paying to organized crime for protection? When church groups approach a businessman for "donations" then why is it that a smart businessmen would dare not run them off and not give at least a token donation? Due to fear of retribution of course. Church groups may not break an arm but they can and will break a business in that business don't kowtow.
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And the SCOTUS said that local authorities are closer to the "scene" and can deal with it. Both sides have their equal rights.
Churlish Truths

United States

#48165 Jun 28, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's remember something else. Workers have the right to "organize". They also have the right to "decertify". Union membership is at an all time low. Get it now?
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ROFL.
I PROBABLY know more about labor, labor laws and unions than you ever will. I've have sued, been part of suits and lost against both companies and unions. I have also been part of lawsuits that won in which both the company and the union were defendants sitting on the same side, often at the same defense table. No I am not a lawyer but a worker. A worker who was willing to help other workers in situations that had nothing to do with me except labor issues. I can even write good arguments. You don't have to be smart to do it, just reasonable and do research. Many successful labor lawyers have got their winning help from inside labor. The same goes for many successful civil rights lawyers who have also got their winning help from inside labor.
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There are good unions and bad unions. I support good unions and I do not hesitate to go up against bad unions and\or bad companies.
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ridiculious

Dawsonville, GA

#48166 Jun 28, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
Reality check:
In the last 30 years, union membership has dropped from 20% to 11.2%. And the only reason the number is that high is because of the public sector (which stands at 35%). The private sector has a whopping 6%. And those public sector unions are the ones we can blame for the pathetic economic condition of so many cities. Look at the cities in California that have declared bankruptcy because of the ridiculous pension plans city officials agreed to in return for the labor vote. Even FDR recognized the inherent problem with public sector unions that would be negotiating with the various levels of government while the taxpayer would foot the bill:
".a strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government until their demands are satisfied. Such action, looking toward the paralysis of Government by those who have sworn to support it, is unthinkable and intolerable."
" A strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government until their demands are satisfied. Such action, looking toward the paralysis of Government by those who have sworn to support it, is unthinkable and intolerable"

Question, why is it OK with you when tea party republicans do the exact same thing you describe above??? Remember the tea party government shutdowns, our legislators have actually sworn to support government, unions, not so much...

Most public union employees are just trying to make a living wage in todays economy where the middle class has been losing buying power for over 20 years, and its getting worse every day. Congress is the reason, doing all they can for the 1% who fund their elections, and nothing for anyone else. Unless you consider hollow election campaign promises and out right lies about what they have accomplished while in office, doing something.

ALL unions ran amuck during the 70's and 80's, government and employers went along for the ride. The economy was and had been doing nothing but growing for years. Middle class income was growing and Unions were a big part of the reason, then it all ended. Bush because of the expense of to many wars with an all volunteer army and a housing value bubble that burst was just at the right place in history to be at fault. If not for our economic problems nobody would be talking about unions and their cost. And you think the evil unions are at fault, ridiculous.
rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48167 Jun 28, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
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Disclaimer: I think that abortions should be a last solution measure. Meaning that prevention should be first. Contraception should be free to all who want it and tab picked up by the government, insurance, UN and international birth control agencies.
-
But there are religious nuts who want to forbid contraception. Fewer people means fewer dollars in their collection plates. Also, churches run international enterprises to "fight hunger" in which starving children is a must for those enterprises to survive. In some situations, as much as 80% is skimmed off of the top of donations, for "administration". Being a CEO of these "charities" reaps big-buck salaries.
-
The SCOTUS cannot unleash abortion clinic protestors onto those who legally seek an abortion. Equal protection applies to those who seek abortions.
-
Let's take a look at distance barriers in a totally different light. Now there are those of us who think that organized religion is a bane on society. What would happen if like-minded people started showing up in front of churches on Sunday morning with protest signs and handing out anti-church pamphlets to church goers?
Where would the SCOTUS stand on that?-
-
If abortion clinic protestors have rights then would not church protestors also have the same rights?
-
More people need to start standing up to religious extremists regardless of whether they be Christian, Muslim or other. That has not, yet, happened in the US because the religious nuts are so entrenched.
If man is to progress then that must change.
-
Refuse to attend church. Believe any religion that you like but simply reject organized religion, gangs.
-
Did you ever notice how we reject a mafia in certain contexts but allow and even support them under the banner of religion?
-
Is not to tithe and support to a religious organization too similar to paying union dues to a labor union and paying to organized crime for protection? When church groups approach a businessman for "donations" then why is it that a smart businessmen would dare not run them off and not give at least a token donation? Due to fear of retribution of course. Church groups may not break an arm but they can and will break a business in that business don't kowtow.
-

Herein lies the madness of this dummy poster......


Churlish Truths

United States

#48168 Jun 28, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
And the SCOTUS said that local authorities are closer to the "scene" and can deal with it. Both sides have their equal rights.
-
Okay, 911 gets two calls at or about the same time. One call is from an abortion clinic relating that it's employees and patrons are feeling threatened by protestors. The other call is from the local First Baptist Church relating that it's employees and patrons are feeling threatened by protestors.
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Want to wager on which scene that the po-po protection responds to first and gets to first?
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Okay, 911 gets two calls at or about the same time. Same scenario except both the clinic and the FBC has employee protestors wanting to form unions. Both sets of employees also want insurance with paid contraceptives.
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Want to wager on which scene that the po-po protection responds to first and gets to first?
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Which set of the four sets of protestors are more likely to go to jail this morning?
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Churlish Truths

United States

#48169 Jun 28, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Prevention, by abstinence first. Don't have the self discipline or self respect for that, pay for your own contraception.
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Abstinence. Oh yes, right, that will work. You just solved the world's number one problem, over-population. Abstinence is the trick.
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Churlish Truths

United States

#48170 Jun 28, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Prevention, by abstinence first.
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I suggest that you rush on up to the patent office with that one.
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rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48171 Jun 28, 2014
rename wrote:
<quoted text>Herein lies the madness of this dummy poster......
And the big dummy keeps showing his madness with childish scenarios.....


And claims of knowledge.....

This dummy has been a disable vet.....a banker..... A baker......and a candlestick maker.....,

But has failed to reveal he is a taker of gubmint subsidies .....

rename

Clarkesville, GA

#48172 Jun 28, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
<quoted text>-
Abstinence. Oh yes, right, that will work. You just solved the world's number one problem, over-population. Abstinence is the trick.
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Try pocket pool you big dummy .....,


Be like that little pervert jebby....,




Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#48173 Jun 28, 2014
rename wrote:
From the mouth of an apparent suicide victim??????????
"A subdued president of the United States told the gathering that he's like a "caged bear," who every once in a while breaks loose. "And I -- I'm feeling super loose today. So -- so you don't know what I might do. You don't know what I might do. Who knows?"
would serve the world greatly if true..........
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/o...
And don't you love how he tries to claim he and Michelle have "struggled" in their lives. MAYBE in his earliest years, times MIGHT have been tight after his father bailed, but his mother still had her parents helping and they were solidly middle/upper middle class. After his mother married Sotero, he lived as a child of privilege. Moving back to Hawaii - same thing, Michelle's family was also solidly middle class. As adults, they have both lived well thanks to the public trough.

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