"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).Read more
#75416 Jan 17, 2013
Hey libotards, explain this!
Unreal: Obama Blames Bush Tax-Cuts for Record Deficits
The so-called Bush tax cuts, which were almost passed in the last century, are being vilified by the Obama administration as having busted the government budget and led to unsustainable deficits. The president might want to consult his own economic advisers, whose data suggest otherwise.
and then oblamer extends then, man are you sheeple hurtin, BAAAAAAAAAAAA
#75418 Jan 17, 2013
Ok, sodotard, here it goes,
1 + 1 = 2
2 + 2 = 4
1,000,000,000 - 17,000,000,000,000,=- 16,000,000,000,000
for those libotard that don't know what a '-' is, that is a minus sign, that means you have less than what you had before, in a mathematical sense it means add a negative number.
However, libotard math is,
2 + 2 = 6 if you use really big 2s,
a negative balance of 1 trillion $ can be made positive using three kinds of math,
A. one kind of libotard math is when you have 2 negative numbers - that equals a positive number, so, if you are spending 1 trillion dollars, you write a useless check for 1 trillion $, both negative numbers, then the two negative numbers make a positive, thus, you now have 2 trillion $ positive,
B. another kind of libotard math is to print more and more paper money. But inflation has nothing to do with that now does it
C. probably the funniest kind of libotard math is to make a metal coin, put oblamers face on it and call it 1 trillion $.(This is the best one yet) Then spend against that 1 trillion $.
the only problem with any of these is, no matter what way the math is manimpulated, there is nothing to back it up, no real money, no consumer confidence, lower credit ratings that effects consumer confidence, then, when a natural disaster strikes, or there are economic slowdowns - people pay the consequences,
now that you are really really confused (and irritated), all any of us right wing extremists can say to you libosheep is BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Oh, and I almost forgot, spending more than is humanly possible or even in circulation doesn't add up either, so you need to make a whole bag of those 1 trillion $ coins, except you can't put oblamers face on it, he already has that on food stamps, the currency of libs,
#75419 Jan 17, 2013
How are all you liberals liking you pay check decrease. I wish all of you could have seen the complaints that I got when payroll completed pay over the last 2 weeks. It literally took about 99% of the people by surprise that their pay checks were substantially smaller. There was absolutely nothing I could have done to ease their pain. I also had to pay higher taxes but let me tell you it did not affect me one bit. I pushed the increase off on the produce line and I won't hire any new workers until after March and then I will do layoffs every January for 3 months. It's what needs to be done for a business to stay afloat; that is until Obamacare costs hit me when I have over 50 ppl.
#75421 Jan 17, 2013
Actually it was no surprise to it. In 2011 the Obama tax deal had taken money from the general fund and placed it in SS fund. In doing that it was announced a 2% tax holiday on SS. The tax was not extended as part of the Jan 2013 budget deal and had been put in place as temporary at the time anyway.
The Internal Revenue Service has directed employers to implement the lower 4.2% Social Security tax rate paid by employees no later than January 31, 2011. Additionally, employers are supposed to refund to their employees any excess tax withholding if they were using the old 6.2% rate during January; the IRS has instructed employers to refund the difference no later than March 31, 2011.
#75422 Jan 17, 2013
we haven't had a president since 2008, so who are you spewing about?
#75423 Jan 17, 2013
Interesting Article! Don't get mad libotards, they are only trying to help you,
Why Are Liberals So Angry And Hateful?
Sunday, November 20th, 2011 | Author: iker
It does not take a psychoanalyst to see that people who are of the liberal political bent rarely smile, laugh or are pleasant to be around. If one watches the proceedings in the congress of our nation it is not hard to pick out the liberals seated there. Scowling faces and expressions are common place there. We must ask ourselves why this is the case.
First, the ground zero of why this is true is that they are mostly, if not all, atheists. Folks who want to protect a culture of death have little to be optimistic about. These folks are rabid pro-abortionists which translated means,“I want as many pregnant women to kill their babies as possible, especially ethnic groups.” They also want to see old people, who no longer contribute to society, to be euthanized so that they will not be a drain on our economy. They want to see the mentally and physically handicapped put out of their misery.
#75424 Jan 17, 2013
Why are liberals so intolerant?
posted at 1:16 pm on August 1, 2012 by Rob Bluey
Mike Huckabee, the Family Research Council and others have declared this Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. And while Americans should head to the chicken-sandwich restaurant to show their support, they should also take the opportunity to reflect on the intolerant left.
Watching liberals react to Dan Cathy’s comments on marriage and family over the past two weeks revealed their real agenda: shut down and silence anyone who doesn’t agree with them.
Big-city mayors from Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., vowed to use their political clout to keep Chick-fil-A out of their cities. When the company’s top spokesman died unexpectedly last week, one liberal friend of mine declared on Facebook,“Oh, karma, you crafty bitch.”
I thought liberals were the ones preaching tolerance?
The Chick-fil-A kerfuffle helped clarify a point conservatives have been making for years. Liberals are interested in debate only when they’re winning. And on the issue of marriage, they’re 0-for-32 in states that have put the question to voters.
That offers some explanation why mayors Tom Menino, Rahm Emanuel, Ed Lee and Vincent Gray promised to punish Cathy because of his differing view on marriage. What’s scary, though, is that individuals with this much clout think it’s appropriate to use that power to exact the punishment.
Never mind that Chick-fil-A takes no position on homosexual marriage, a point the company reiterated during the media firestorm. It didn’t matter. Liberal journalists fanned the flames by deeming Cathy’s comments endorsing the “biblical definition of the family unit“ as anti-gay.
And to make matters worse for the mayors, Chick-fil-A hires employees and serves customers without regard to their sexual orientation. So in this case, the only people discriminating are the mayors.
Sadly, this is a trend that’s played out too frequently of late.
Liberals used the same tactics they’re now employing against Chick-fil-A earlier this summer to attack University of Texas professor Mark Regnerus. He published one of the most comprehensive studies examining the outcomes for adult children whose parents had same-sex relationships. Rather than learn from Regnerus’ study or debate its findings, activists instead have sought to destroy his credibility and banish him from public discourse.
#75425 Jan 17, 2013
Doesn't cost a dime I'm a normal dude trying to get the truth out to you CNN brainwashed bastards
#75426 Jan 17, 2013
hey sodof@gs, is this your real agenda? or do you know? probably not cuz sheep don't ask questions, BAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,
Video: New York Democrats Plan for Gun Confiscation
January 17, 2013
Democrats in New York ran for cover in response to fallout after Gov. Andrew Cuomo said confiscation is the goal of new gun laws introduced in the state legislature.“Confiscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to the state could be an option,” Cuomo said in December.
The plan was shelved after it was estimated it would cost over a billion dollars to “buyback” around a million so-called assault weapons in the state.
“The cost of confiscation would make it impracticable, if there’s anything approaching a million of them, putting aside the other issues that would be involved,’’ a Cuomo administration source told the New York Post.
But despite the budget-busting cost of a mandatory buyback, Democrats in the state are determined to confiscate firearms from law-abiding New Yorkers, as the video below demonstrates.
During an exchange on January 15 in the New York State Assembly, Republican Steven F. McLaughlin said the gun bill proposed by Democrats included provisions to confiscate weapons, but the proposals were rejected because they would have sunk the legislation.
The exchange underscores the fact that Democrats in New York and Washington are not merely interested in outlawing what they erroneously describe as assault weapons, but are determined to confiscate them
#75427 Jan 17, 2013
To some but few it was no surprise but it's gone now and probably won't return anytime soon.
#75428 Jan 17, 2013
20 children in America in 2012 have died due to the Influenza virus, do you think Obama will get an Executive Order to ban the flu?
#75429 Jan 17, 2013
trying to discuss anything realistically with a leftwingwhackadoodle is like trying to talk to aperson in an asylum, that believes they know everything, but in reality they dont have a freaking clue
#75431 Jan 17, 2013
3.A civilian force (milita) that supports and defends the US Constitution from enemies, both foreign and domestic.
#75432 Jan 17, 2013
I work in a refinery with excellent benefits, bonuses, pension, so I don't see it either. I voted for Obama just to keep the cons out of the office. We didn't notice it either. Big companies keep on chugging. Small business owners (lots of reps there) will soon go under. Then they can join the regular workforce.
#75433 Jan 17, 2013
Don't worry because Wall Street is coming for everything YOU own and they will get it.
Retiring Boomers Find 401(k) Plans Fall Short
February 19, 2011 / http://tinyurl.com/47ong3n
The 401(k) generation is beginning to retire, and it isn't a pretty sight.
The retirement savings plans that many baby boomers thought would see them through old age are falling short in many cases.
The median household headed by a person aged 60 to 62 with a 401(k) account has less than one-quarter of what is needed in that account to maintain its standard of living in retirement, according to data compiled by the Federal Reserve and analyzed by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College for The Wall Street Journal. Even counting Social Security and any pensions or other savings, most 401(k) participants appear to have insufficient savings. Data from other sources also show big gaps between savings and what people need, and the financial crisis has made things worse.
Corporate CEO 'Extremists' Target Social Security, Medicare
'For the wealthy, pampered, and narcissistic CEOs of the Business Roundtable, sacrifice is always for someone else.'
January 17, 2013 /
CEOs from America's largest corporations—including its biggest banks, retailers, and insurance companies who helped drive the country into the worst recession in nearly a century— are now calling on Congress to punish the nation's working class and society's most vulnerable by advocating major changes to Social Security and Medicare in a new lobbying push that critics say reveal the cruelty and selfish nature of the country's corporate class.
The Business Roundtable, comprised of more than 200 chief executives and some of the nation's wealthiest individuals, began lobbying DC lawmakers Wednesday in a press conference calling for major cuts to Social Security (including a raise in elgibility age to 70) and a new push to privatize Medicare.
Critics of the group call the move a clear assault by the nation's wealthiest on the social safety net that protects millions of working people.
#75434 Jan 17, 2013
You keep on Paying higher taxes while Mitt Romney only pays 14% sometimes 13%.
First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out --
Because I was not a Socialist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out --
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out --
Because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me -- and there was no one left to speak for me.
January 20, 2012 / http://tinyurl.com/7gqthba
Bill Moyers and former White House budget director David Stockman on how politics and high finance have turned our economy into a members-only private club.
Twenty-five people at the heart of the meltdown
26 January 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/bwrl8l
The worst economic turmoil since the Great Depression is not a natural phenomenon but a man-made disaster in which we all played a part. In the second part of a week-long series looking behind the slump, Guardian City editor Julia Finch picks out the individuals who have led us into the current crisis
1. Alan Greenspan, chairman of US Federal Reserve 1987- 2006 2. Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England 3. Bill Clinton, former US president 4. Gordon Brown, prime minister 5. George W Bush, former US president 6. Senator Phil Gramm 7. Abby Cohen, Goldman Sachs chief US strategist 8. Kathleen Corbet, former CEO, Standard & Poor's 9. Hank" Greenberg, AIG insurance group 10. Andy Hornby, former HBOS boss
11. Sir Fred Goodwin, former RBS boss 12. Steve Crawshaw, former B&B boss
13. Adam Applegarth, former Northern Rock boss 14. Dick Fuld, Lehman Brothers chief executive 15. Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin 16. Lewis Ranieri 17. Joseph Cassano, AIG Financial Products 18. Chuck Prince, former Citi boss 19. Angelo Mozilo, Countrywide Financial 20. Stan O'Neal, former boss of Merrill Lynch
21. Jimmy Cayne, former Bear Stearns boss 22. Christopher Dodd, chairman, Senate banking committee 23. Geir Haarde, Icelandic prime minister 24. The American public
25. John Tiner, FSA chief executive, 2003-07 26. Andrew Lahde 27. John Paulson, hedge fund boss 28. Professor Nouriel Roubini 29. Warren Buffett, billionaire investor 30. George Soros, speculator 31. Stephen Eismann, hedge fund manager 32. Meredith Whitney, Oppenheimer Securities
The bankruptcy barons
27 January 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/bb9fax
#75437 Jan 17, 2013
Paul Pillar served for 30 years as an analyst at the CIA, finishing his career as the national intelligence officer for the Near East and South Asia.
Question: At least the way the story is told by [journalist] Bob Woodward, is that even then the president is asking Rumsfeld to begin war plans.[Counterterrorism expert] Richard Clarke reports that [there is] lots of conversation about "Let's get ready." That's the fall [of 2001]. You're the Middle East guy for the Central Intelligence Agency, and you're not receiving any formal requests, any requests for information, any intelligence requests?...
I did not receive any requests from a policy-maker on Iraq until about a year into the war. Now, this is to be distinguished from our military, which was doing a lot of the planning work and making many, many requests, usually at other levels, but some of my colleagues in the National Intelligence Council were involved in supporting the military planning. But no, I did not.
A year into the war meaning when?
Meaning close to mid-2004.... Remember, things like the infamous National Intelligence Estimate [NIE] on weapons of mass destruction, which was published in the fall of 2002, that was not requested by the administration; that was requested by Congress.
Wait a minute. The Bush administration, the vice president, president, did not ever ask the Central Intelligence Agency for an intelligence assessment?
I want to be precise. From my seat on the National Intelligence Council,... not just the CIA but the entire intelligence community,... no, I did not receive any request on Iraq.... There were other requests being made, from DIA to CIA, particularly by the military as they faced their very awesome job of planning.
But not the vice president?
Not the president? Not the national security adviser?
The course had already been set. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/darks...
#75438 Jan 17, 2013
Ex-CIA Official Paul Pillar Faults Use of Data on Iraq
Intelligence 'Misused' to Justify War, He Says
February 10, 2006 / http://tinyurl.com/azl6w
The former CIA official who coordinated U.S. intelligence on the Middle East until last year has accused the Bush administration of "cherry-picking" intelligence on Iraq to justify a decision it had already reached to go to war, and of ignoring warnings that the country could easily fall into violence and chaos after an invasion to overthrow Saddam Hussein.
Paul R Pillar's critique is one of the most severe indictments of White House actions by a former Bush official since Richard C. Clarke, a former National Security Council staff member, went public with his criticism of the administration's handling of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and its failure to deal with the terrorist threat beforehand.
It is also the first time that such a senior intelligence officer has so directly and publicly condemned the administration's handling of intelligence.
1948 Smith-Mundt Act The 1948 Smith-Mundt Act prohibited the domestic dissemination of United States government propaganda. The reasoning behind Smith-Mundt was that Congress wanted to be certain that a United States government agency could not brainwash our own citizens as Hitler had done in Germany.
A Spy Speaks Out
Former Top CIA Official Tyler Drumheller On "Faulty" Intelligence Claims /
http://tinyurl.com/rle4x / April 23, 2006
"The policy was set. The war in Iraq was coming and they were looking for intelligence to fit into the policy."
Tyler Drumheller CIA Ret.
(CBS) When no weapons of mass destruction surfaced in Iraq, President Bush insisted that all those WMD claims before the war were the result of faulty intelligence. But a former top CIA official, Tyler Drumheller — a 26-year veteran of the agency — has decided to do something CIA officials at his level almost never do: Speak out.
He tells correspondent Ed Bradley the real failure was not in the intelligence community but in the White House. He says he saw how the Bush administration, time and again, welcomed intelligence that fit the president's determination to go to war and turned a blind eye to intelligence that did not.
#75439 Jan 17, 2013
Generals Speak Out Against Rumsfeld
DoD Determines US Foreign Policy, PERIOD!!! Congress is SUPERFLUOUS!!! The only thing to FEAR, is NOT ENOUGH FEAR.
"We went to war with a flawed plan that didn't account for the hard work to build the peace after we took down the regime. We also served under a secretary of defense who didn't understand leadership, who was abusive, who was arrogant, who didn't build a strong team."
-- Retired Army Maj. Gen. John Batiste.
"My sincere view is that the commitment of our forces to this fight was done with a casualness and swagger that are the special province of those who have never had to execute these missions -- or bury the results."
-- Retired Marine Lt. Gen. Gregory Newbold.
"They only need the military advice when it satisfies their agenda. I think that's a mistake, and that's why I think he should resign."
-- Retired Army Maj. Gen. John Riggs.
"We grow up in a culture where accountability, learning to accept responsibility, admitting mistakes and learning from them was critical to us. When we don't see that happening it worries us. Poor military judgment has been used throughout this mission."
-- Retired Marine Gen. Anthony Zinni, former chief of U.S. Central Command.
"I really believe that we need a new secretary of defense because Secretary Rumsfeld carries way too much baggage with him.... I think we need senior military leaders who understand the principles of war and apply them ruthlessly, and when the time comes, they need to call it like it is."
-- Retired Army Maj. Gen. Charles Swannack.
"He has shown himself incompetent strategically, operationally and tactically, and is far more than anyone responsible for what has happened to our important mission in Iraq.... Mr. Rumsfeld must step down."
-- Retired Army Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton.
Perfect security is Not attainable at any price!!!
STAR WARS & other MISSILE DEFENSE for a Trillion Dollars may stop 8 atomic war heads, but 2 will still hit their mark.
What can be achieved besides mutually assured destruction, is BANKRUPTING the US TREASURY.
-- Retired Army General Wesley K. Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander Europe. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!!
#75440 Jan 17, 2013
I dont care about any of this shit,, we all should have slaves, mexicans should stay out of America and christians should be locked up with child malesters!! That would be the perfect world.
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