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Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#27160 Oct 13, 2013
whom wrote:
But this sounds better to me than anything Obama can do......

Tear down these barricades Mr President, reminisce of the words from a true patriot President Reagan.
Not from the diaries of a Madman....


"Crowd storms World War II Memorial."


http://www.wtop.com/959/3479186/Crowd-storms-...
Yep... Ronnie Ray-Gun - the Alzheimer's ridden movie star of "Bedtime for Bonzo", who as president:
- exploded the deficit;
- tripled the national debt;
- illegally sold arms to Al Queda who used them to kill our American troops;
- paid murderers to conduct terrorist attacks in Central Americans democracies;
- wasted Trillions of Dollars is insipidly stupid War Department cronyism like an imaginary "Star Wars" program; and
- oversaw statistically the most corrupt administration in American history.

Of course, Right Wingers, whose knowledge of facts and history is limited to cartoons and Fox Noise, he's a hero.

To intelligent and informed Americans, Ronnie Ray-gun is only second to George Bush, as the greatest danger America ever survived.
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#27161 Oct 13, 2013
Your judgement of my opinion is your own mind. I serve neither party of any government divided within itself. It's you idiots who go out and vote, and then complain later about why you got lied to. Think about this, sheep, when you go to vote, it is a travesty of humanity for you to continually put people into any position of authority, only to learn later that they lied their butts off to get your vote and your money. It is YOU that have failed our country, and then complain later. The voters are bigger idiots than the ones they throw money at to vote in. Sad to say, you, the voters are the imbeciles that support devaluing your life, and laughing at you when you try to complain. By the way, nuts me, clueless me, and whatever you want to judge me as, but know that I know I am mright, and you, the Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Sucker, have done this to all of us.
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#27162 Oct 13, 2013
Oh, by the way. It's probably the prominent 5 families of Columbus, GA and the nutty infinite wisdom of the L-E that keeps labeling me. When all is said and done, I know I am right, and you can be kids putting peanuts, light bulbs, and little ban symbols after everything I say, but in my book, you, and your tired little town of racist, ignorant, uneducated selves, will live on in complete darkness of life while I move forward and get the heck out of here for a better life among many who do not live as you do, which is a sad pathetic existence of vote in morons, and live with it, only to complain and moan later. Make sure to leave the peanut thing, the light bulb thing, and whatever else you want to leave.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27163 Oct 13, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
<quoted text>
And yet the sheep keep voting in the morons, and complain about it later. I say that no one should vote for anyone. They gave up the "of the people, by the people, and for the people" long ago. Why should we all be puppets of the government? When the day is over, and all is said and done, we go to bed at night wondering just what the hell our government will do while we sleep to force us into inevitable submission. Vote in morons, and that is what you get.


You are correct in many of your points but the people of this country are only partially responsible for our problems. You are correct that they keep voting for the same old liar and con man over and over. They don't even take the time to see what good or bad each candidate has done. Many go and vote by a few tv ads. Most don't vote.
But these two parties have used the news media and the corrupt power of the government to control propaganda against anyone or any other party that opposes them.
The voters have little chance but to vote for Mr. A or Mr. B, which are hand picked by their own party. Actually voting for one or the other doesn't seem to really matter. Whichever one wins , they jump in line and continue to do what they are told to do just as the previous elected officials did. The voters have very little choice of whom to vote for.
Too bad we can't vote against a candidate we don't want. That and a 2 year term limit, some form of voter education, might help bring things back into some sort of a government that is for the people.

“Maker of poetry, art & music”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#27164 Oct 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep... Ronnie Ray-Gun - the Alzheimer's ridden movie star of "Bedtime for Bonzo", who as president:
- exploded the deficit;
- tripled the national debt;
- illegally sold arms to Al Queda who used them to kill our American troops;
- paid murderers to conduct terrorist attacks in Central Americans democracies;
- wasted Trillions of Dollars is insipidly stupid War Department cronyism like an imaginary "Star Wars" program; and
- oversaw statistically the most corrupt administration in American history.
Of course, Right Wingers, whose knowledge of facts and history is limited to cartoons and Fox Noise, he's a hero.
To intelligent and informed Americans, Ronnie Ray-gun is only second to George Bush, as the greatest danger America ever survived.
But... like Bill Clinton, Reagan was willing to work with the other party.

“Maker of poetry, art & music”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#27165 Oct 13, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
Oh, by the way. It's probably the prominent 5 families of Columbus, GA and the nutty infinite wisdom of the L-E that keeps labeling me. When all is said and done, I know I am right, and you can be kids putting peanuts, light bulbs, and little ban symbols after everything I say, but in my book, you, and your tired little town of racist, ignorant, uneducated selves, will live on in complete darkness of life while I move forward and get the heck out of here for a better life among many who do not live as you do, which is a sad pathetic existence of vote in morons, and live with it, only to complain and moan later. Make sure to leave the peanut thing, the light bulb thing, and whatever else you want to leave.
Exactly why I rejected both Republican and Democrat and voted third party for Gary Johnson last year.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27166 Oct 13, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
Oh, by the way. It's probably the prominent 5 families of Columbus, GA and the nutty infinite wisdom of the L-E that keeps labeling me. When all is said and done, I know I am right, and you can be kids putting peanuts, light bulbs, and little ban symbols after everything I say, but in my book, you, and your tired little town of racist, ignorant, uneducated selves, will live on in complete darkness of life while I move forward and get the heck out of here for a better life among many who do not live as you do, which is a sad pathetic existence of vote in morons, and live with it, only to complain and moan later. Make sure to leave the peanut thing, the light bulb thing, and whatever else you want to leave.
O.K., you had me and now you lost me. There is no sense in calling people names. We don't all live in darkness and most of us are not racist. Some of us are well educated and are not ignorant. There are many such as myself that know what is going on. There are others that are the under informed voters. I can't do a damn thing about them. They vote and that is that.
To piss and moan about a few peanuts and ban symbols on your post is childish. To call all of us names is absurd. Look back at many of my post and you will see hundreds of hateful comments and lots of peanuts. So what? Are you that thin skinned that you have to attack us? I thought your first post made good sense and replied to it. The liberals hated it as they do all my post. They gave you peanuts. So what?
All I can say to you is get over it.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27167 Oct 13, 2013
Will Dockery wrote:
<quoted text>
Exactly why I rejected both Republican and Democrat and voted third party for Gary Johnson last year.

Until a third party can become popular enough you are wasting your time. It seems that that the news media and some in high government positions do not want any competition.
I tried your method for years and I got nowhere.
I soon saw that the only choices given to me to vote for, were bad and worse. We have been voting for the lesser of two evils for some time now.
whom

Broken Arrow, OK

#27168 Oct 13, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
Now this is one hell of an article and the first of it's kind that I have ever read.
This is what I have been screaming for years and have posted on it quite frequently as of late. One party disguised as two. One playing good cop. The other playing bad cop. Both parties playing us for fools.
http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/surprise-gop-dems-...

This comment that was on the link might explain it a little better......

While walking down the street one day, Pelosi gets hit by a truck. In a heartbeat, she arrives in Heaven, and is met by St. Peter at the entrance.
"Welcome to Heaven," says St. Peter. "We seldom see a high government official around these parts, so we're not sure what to do with you."
"I don’t see a problem; just let me in," says Pelosi.
"Well, I'd like to do that, but I have orders from higher up. What we'll do is have you spend one day in the Underworld, and one day in Heaven. Then you can choose where you wish to spend eternity."
"Really, I've made up my mind. I demand to be in Heaven," orders Pelosi.
"I'm sorry but we have our rules," and with that, St. Peter escorts her to the elevator, sending her down, down, and down. The doors open and she finds herself in the middle of a beautiful tropical oasis. In the distance is a country club, and standing in front of it are all her political associates who had pre-deceased her. Everyone is formally dressed in evening attire, and meet her with huge smiles and warm hugs. They then reminisce about the good times they had while getting rich at the expense of the people they represented. They dine on lobster and caviar and fine wine, and share stories about their respective childhoods with those around them. Hosting the gala affair is the Devil himself, a jovial, good-humored, friendly sort, who spends most of the evening dancing and holding hands with Pelosi. They are having such a good time that, before she realizes it, it is time to go. Everyone wishes her well, waving almost-lovingly as the elevator rises. It goes up, up, and up, and the door reopens on Heaven, where St. Peter awaits.
"Now it's time to visit Heaven." So, for the next 24 hours, Pelosi joins a serene group of contented souls, moving from cloud to cloud, and learns to play the harp. They have a good time and, before she realizes it, the 24 hours have gone by, and St. Peter returns.
"Well now, you've spent a day down below and a day in Heaven. You are now allowed to choose your eternity." She reflects for a minute, and finally answers:
"Well, I would never have thought it, but while Heaven has been delightful, I think I would prefer to spend eternity in the Underworld.”
Saint Peter then escorts her to the elevator, and back down she goes. When the doors of the elevator open this time, however, she finds herself in the middle of a scorched, barren wasteland, immersed in the stench of putrid garbage. The friends who greeted her so warmly yesterday turn their backs to her, as they loudly call each other filthy names, make threats against each other, and engross themselves in playing “Kick-the-Can.” The Devil swaggers up beside her, and wraps his arm firmly around her neck, choking her until she can hardly breathe.
"I don't understand," Pelosi gasps. "Yesterday when I was here, everything was beautiful, and everyone was so friendly. Now, there’s only a wasteland, littered with despicable garbage, and my friends look so miserable. They act so hateful to each other, and they completely ignore me. What has happened?”
"Yesterday, we were campaigning,” the Devil sneered.“Today, you elected us!"

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Douglasville, GA

#27169 Oct 13, 2013
whom wrote:
<quoted text>
This comment that was on the link might explain it a little better......
While walking down the street one day, Pelosi gets hit by a truck. In a heartbeat, she arrives in Heaven, and is met by St. Peter at the entrance.
"Welcome to Heaven," says St. Peter. "We seldom see a high government official around these parts, so we're not sure what to do with you."
"I don’t see a problem; just let me in," says Pelosi.
"Well, I'd like to do that, but I have orders from higher up. What we'll do is have you spend one day in the Underworld, and one day in Heaven. Then you can choose where you wish to spend eternity."
"Really, I've made up my mind. I demand to be in Heaven," orders Pelosi.
"I'm sorry but we have our rules," and with that, St. Peter escorts her to the elevator, sending her down, down, and down. The doors open and she finds herself in the middle of a beautiful tropical oasis. In the distance is a country club, and standing in front of it are all her political associates who had pre-deceased her. Everyone is formally dressed in evening attire, and meet her with huge smiles and warm hugs. They then reminisce about the good times they had while getting rich at the expense of the people they represented. They dine on lobster and caviar and fine wine, and share stories about their respective childhoods with those around them. Hosting the gala affair is the Devil himself, a jovial, good-humored, friendly sort, who spends most of the evening dancing and holding hands with Pelosi. They are having such a good time that, before she realizes it, it is time to go. Everyone wishes her well, waving almost-lovingly as the elevator rises. It goes up, up, and up, and the door reopens on Heaven, where St. Peter awaits.
"Now it's time to visit Heaven." So, for the next 24 hours, Pelosi joins a serene group of contented souls, moving from cloud to cloud, and learns to play the harp. They have a good time and, before she realizes it, the 24 hours have gone by, and St. Peter returns.
"Well now, you've spent a day down below and a day in Heaven. You are now allowed to choose your eternity." She reflects for a minute, and finally answers:
"Well, I would never have thought it, but while Heaven has been delightful, I think I would prefer to spend eternity in the Underworld.”
Saint Peter then escorts her to the elevator, and back down she goes. When the doors of the elevator open this time, however, she finds herself in the middle of a scorched, barren wasteland, immersed in the stench of putrid garbage. The friends who greeted her so warmly yesterday turn their backs to her, as they loudly call each other filthy names, make threats against each other, and engross themselves in playing “Kick-the-Can.” The Devil swaggers up beside her, and wraps his arm firmly around her neck, choking her until she can hardly breathe.
"I don't understand," Pelosi gasps. "Yesterday when I was here, everything was beautiful, and everyone was so friendly. Now, there’s only a wasteland, littered with despicable garbage, and my friends look so miserable. They act so hateful to each other, and they completely ignore me. What has happened?”
"Yesterday, we were campaigning,” the Devil sneered.“Today, you elected us!"
+1 That was excellent and also hilarious. How true it is.
stelio kontos

Columbus, GA

#27170 Oct 13, 2013
Good luck with your lives. Go vote the next ignorant fools in. We'll see you in 2 more years, 4 more years of whining because you fell out of the turnip truck yesterday.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#27171 Oct 13, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
Good luck with your lives. Go vote the next ignorant fools in. We'll see you in 2 more years, 4 more years of whining because you fell out of the turnip truck yesterday.
There is a worse thing then being a ignorant fool that falls out of a turnip truck. That is being a high and mighty arrogant know it all fool that nobody can stand. I think that description fits you to a T.
whom

Broken Arrow, OK

#27172 Oct 13, 2013
A law negotiated between Obama and Congress in August 2011 allowed the government to borrow up to $16,394,000,000. Another law, enacted on Feb. 4 of this year, suspended the debt limit until May 18.

At that point the law set the legal limit at $16,699,421,095,673.60. Every business day since May 17, the Treasury has claimed that the debt-subject-to-limit has remained at exactly 16,699,396,000,000—or approximately $25 million below the limit.

The Treasury has said that Lew has been able to keep the debt subject to the limit at this static number by using “extraordinary measures.” But Lew has informed Congress he believes these measures will be exhausted and the debt limit will be reached on about October 17.

In his opening statement this morning, Hatch attacked the truthfulness of arguments that Lew, President Obama and the administration have been making to back up their demand that Congress give the Treasury the legal authority to further increase the federal government's debt without agreeing to simultaneous cuts in federal spending.

“Secretary Lew, you have also publicly stated that only Congress has the power to lift the debt limit,” said Hatch.“Now, while it is ostensibly true that Congress has the power to raise the debt limit, there will be no increase if the president does not agree. At the same time, despite your public statements to the contrary, it is not true that raising the limit has only to do with spending Congress already approved. This line of argument is based on a premise that Congress makes spending decisions unilaterally, and that the Executive Branch plays no role in the process.

“That premise is simply false,” Hatch told Lew.“No amount of spending can be enacted without the president signing it into law.”

If Congress and the president were to agree to do so, a new debt-limit law could include language cutting or even abolishing federal programs that are contributing to the federal government's increasing debt. This Congress has no obligation to maintain programs or spending levels set by previous Congresses.

Hatch also noted that unilateral decisions Obama had made related to the implementation of Obamacare had caused changes in federal spending without congressional approval—thus rendering false Obama’s claim that Congress is solely responsible for the current spending track.

“In addition, this President has made unilateral decisions--with no input from Congress--that have had an impact on federal spending,” said Hatch.“For example, there was the decision to delay the Employer Mandate under Obamacare, which CBO tells us will add an additional $12 billion to our deficit.

“Congress never voted on the delay,” said Hatch.“It was a unilateral choice made through rulemaking at the Treasury Department.

“So, in short, the commonly repeated notion that questions surrounding spending and the debt limit are Congress’s and Congress’s alone to answer is, to put it mildly, a case of false advertising on the part of the Obama Administration,” said Hatch.

Hatch then said Obama had falsely claimed that non-budget items had never been attached to debt limit bills.

“There have been several other instances of false advertising from the administration concerning the debt limit,” said Hatch.“One is the President’s claim that non-budget items have never before been attached to the debt limit increase--a claim to which a fact checker at the Washington Post assigned the maximum four Pinocchios. In fact, of the 53 debt limit increases passed since 1978--under both Republican and Democratic Presidents--only 26 were ‘clean.’”

Hatch also accused Lew and others in the administration of trying to rile the markets.

“It is also disconcerting to have administration officials, including you, publicly questioning sentiments of Americans and financial market participants, and suggesting that people may be too calm in an apparent effort to whip up uncertainty in the markets,” said Hatch.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#27175 Oct 13, 2013
Will Dockery wrote:
<quoted text>But... like Bill Clinton, Reagan was willing to work with the other party.
Reagan wasn't asked to "work with" a proudly ignorant, anti-democratic, terrorist group, who already having lost the elections. Is determined to obtain the victory denied them by the voters, through extortion and blackmail.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#27176 Oct 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>Reagan wasn't asked to "work with" a proudly ignorant, anti-democratic, terrorist group, who already having lost the elections. Is determined to obtain the victory denied them by the voters, through extortion and blackmail.
Democrats never held America's budget and economy hostage, demanding the majority yield to them the victories the voters denied them.

The place to "work together" is when legislation is being drafted and voted on.

Threats to defund the government or not pay the governments bills are "banana republic" tactics, totally unacceptable in American democracy.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#27177 Oct 13, 2013

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#27178 Oct 13, 2013
stelio kontos wrote:
Oh, by the way. It's probably the prominent 5 families of Columbus, GA and the nutty infinite wisdom of the L-E that keeps labeling me. When all is said and done, I know I am right, and you can be kids putting peanuts, light bulbs, and little ban symbols after everything I say, but in my book, you, and your tired little town of racist, ignorant, uneducated selves, will live on in complete darkness of life while I move forward and get the heck out of here for a better life among many who do not live as you do, which is a sad pathetic existence of vote in morons, and live with it, only to complain and moan later. Make sure to leave the peanut thing, the light bulb thing, and whatever else you want to leave.
Where are you heading?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#27179 Oct 13, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats never held America's budget and economy hostage, demanding the majority yield to them the victories the voters denied them.
The place to "work together" is when legislation is being drafted and voted on.
Threats to defund the government or not pay the governments bills are "banana republic" tactics, totally unacceptable in American democracy.
Tell that to the liberal left wing democrats, they've had plenty of opportunities to vote on funding measures, but choose not to.
whom

Broken Arrow, OK

#27182 Oct 13, 2013


Libroids like to claim the Koch brothers started the Tea Party....


Not so, it was "Keli Carender (born c. 1981) is an American blogger credited with being the first Tea Party protest activist[1][2][3] when she was the principal organizer of a protest of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 on February 16, 2009. Carender started her blog Redistributing Knowledge on January 25, 2009, writing under the nom de plume Liberty Belle."



whom

Broken Arrow, OK

#27183 Oct 13, 2013

More from the Obama Diaries......

The more of these diaries I read, the more diabolical Obama becomes....


First President to Sue States For Enforcing Immigration Laws Passed by Congress.

http://www.azcentral.com/news/politics/201206...



First President to redistribute $26.5 billion of the taxpayers' funds to his union supporters in the UAW.

http://blog.heritage.org/2012/06/13/morning-b...



First President to Threaten an Auto Company (Ford) After It Publicly Mocked Bailouts of GM and Chrysler.

http://isthisblogon.wordpress.com/2011/09/27/...




First President to Attempt to Bully a Major Manufacturing Company Into Not Opening a Factory in a Right-to-Work State.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405270...



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