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Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#28973 Oct 28, 2013
whom wrote:
<quoted text>A compassionate answer for you may well be, "appear on the town square in georgia, with a sign around your neck, and proclaim your right to live like a king off others."

You just might not have to pay anymore into S.S. and medicare....
On your planet, is that post considered persuasive ?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#28974 Oct 28, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
Republican HOSTAGE TACTICS continue:
Sen. Lindsey Graham threatened Monday to hold up all nominations for federal government positions until survivors of last year's deadly attack on the diplomatic post in Libya appear before Congress.
Prominent nominations announced by President Barack Obama and awaiting Senate confirmation include Janet Yellen for chair of the Federal Reserve and Jeh Johnson for secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
http://news.yahoo.com/graham-says-hell-block-...
Nope, I guess in RWW World it's not important to America right now to have people in the positions of the Federal Reserve or Homeland security, because our economy and defense just aren't all that important.
At least not as important as continuing to try to make something of Benghazi because they didn't win the election.
Way to work for the American People, Republicans. Keep on playing games and doing damage to our country, rather than working for America.
It's time for Americans to be tired of these clowns. They just keep playing with fire.
Why don't you tell the loved ones of the victims of Benghazi that it was nothing. Actually, Benghazi is FINALLY getting a LOT of traction. It's about time. Obama is so corrupt, who cares whom he wants to appoint to anything. He is not trustworthy nor any type of leader. NOW he is claiming he didnt know anyting about the U.S. spying on the Minister of Germany. That's Obama's "go to" answer. "Duh....I didn't know." It's amazing how much he didn't or doesn't know, yet, he is the Commander and Chief. What a JOKE!!!!!! You libs would still be fine with all of this if Obama were a conservative, huh?

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#28975 Oct 28, 2013
Oh my wrote:
No surprises here, lap it up folks...
Dishonest Fox Chart Overstates Comparison Of Welfare To Full-Time Work By 500 Percent
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/10/28/disho...
Fox News used a dishonest graphic that inflated a comparison between the number of people receiving federal benefits to those working full-time by 500 percent to misleadingly imply more people receive government benefits than work.
The October 28 edition of Fox & Friends aired a graphic which purported to compare the number of people who received means-tested federal benefits to the number of people with full-time jobs in 2011. However, the chart used a truncated y-axis, and showed the number of people on welfare -- 108.6 million -- as approximately five times greater than 101.7 million, the number of people with full-time employment.
Moreover, Fox's comparison of the two figures compares apples to oranges.
Fox's 108.6 million figure for the number of "people on welfare" comes from a Census Bureau's account (Table 2) of participation in means-tested programs, which include "anyone residing in a household in which one or more people received benefits" in the fourth quarter of 2011, thus including individuals who did not themselves receive government benefits. On the other hand, the "people with a full time job" figure Fox used included only individuals who worked, not individuals residing in a household where at least one person works.
Furthermore, many people who receive federal benefits also work. The means-tested programs in the Census Bureau report included Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, which includes strict work requirements. In 2011, 6.4 million households with earnings also participated in food stamps, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. And public or subsidized rental housing provides rental assistance to low-income families -- families who have an income which is 50 to 80 percent below the median income for the area.
Fox has a history of displaying error-riddled and deceptive graphics to reinforce conservative attacks on the Obama administration, and has previously had to issue a correction for a dishonest graphic that misrepresented the unemployment rate.
But Fox seems to have not learned from its past mistakes, and ignored the facts to misleadingly attack federal benefit programs, with Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy asking "is the number one occupation in this entitlement nation now, welfare?" while Fox Business host Stuart Varney baselessly suggested that President Obama personally encouraged "handouts" as a means of "buying votes."
Okay. YOU are going to use MEDIAMATTERS as a source to criticize FOX?????? You should take your comedy show on the road. I needed that laugh.

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Douglasville, GA

#28976 Oct 28, 2013
OMTE wrote:
It looks like these guys are blaming the WH, for Benghazi.....
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/10/27/60...
Impeach Obama Today!
Glen Becks website is blaming Obama for that?

I'm SHOCKED! Shocked I tell you! Who would have ever expected that?
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#28977 Oct 28, 2013
Oh my wrote:
No surprises here, lap it up folks...
Dishonest Fox Chart Overstates Comparison Of Welfare To Full-Time Work By 500 Percent
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/10/28/disho...
Fox News used a dishonest graphic that inflated a comparison between the number of people receiving federal benefits to those working full-time by 500 percent to misleadingly imply more people receive government benefits than work.
The October 28 edition of Fox & Friends aired a graphic which purported to compare the number of people who received means-tested federal benefits to the number of people with full-time jobs in 2011. However, the chart used a truncated y-axis, and showed the number of people on welfare -- 108.6 million -- as approximately five times greater than 101.7 million, the number of people with full-time employment.
Moreover, Fox's comparison of the two figures compares apples to oranges.
Fox's 108.6 million figure for the number of "people on welfare" comes from a Census Bureau's account (Table 2) of participation in means-tested programs, which include "anyone residing in a household in which one or more people received benefits" in the fourth quarter of 2011, thus including individuals who did not themselves receive government benefits. On the other hand, the "people with a full time job" figure Fox used included only individuals who worked, not individuals residing in a household where at least one person works.
Furthermore, many people who receive federal benefits also work. The means-tested programs in the Census Bureau report included Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, which includes strict work requirements. In 2011, 6.4 million households with earnings also participated in food stamps, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. And public or subsidized rental housing provides rental assistance to low-income families -- families who have an income which is 50 to 80 percent below the median income for the area.
Fox has a history of displaying error-riddled and deceptive graphics to reinforce conservative attacks on the Obama administration, and has previously had to issue a correction for a dishonest graphic that misrepresented the unemployment rate.
But Fox seems to have not learned from its past mistakes, and ignored the facts to misleadingly attack federal benefit programs, with Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy asking "is the number one occupation in this entitlement nation now, welfare?" while Fox Business host Stuart Varney baselessly suggested that President Obama personally encouraged "handouts" as a means of "buying votes."
Fox's audience just slurps up that bad information. They don't want common-sense, facts, or the truth, they want somebody to tell them that it's ok to be hateful ignorant racists. Fox gives them what they want.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#28978 Oct 28, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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They are not competent for whom? Just who made the government the know all authority on healthcare. They are going to force people to purchase insurance that they are going to regulate. Most people were satisfied with their insurance but the government mandates force the people to lose their insurance so that they are forced to buy into Obamacare. Talk about a fixed game. The government then has total control over healthcare. Then the deal is made with the government and the insurance companies to share. The government gets the power and the insurance companies get the money distributed to them from the government.
It is kind of like shooting all the neighborhood drug dealers and a drug user then is forced to buy his drugs from the last drug dealer standing.
That's not exactly how it works. But don't stop believing... hold onto that feeling...

I'm sure some whacko website will confirm what you want to believe.
whom

Commerce, GA

#28979 Oct 28, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Amazing.
Does the staff allow you ramble about on your own, or do they assign a nurse to make sure you don't inadvertently wander into traffic, or simply walk into walls.
Here's a new flash for your Alzheimer's riddled brain.
Laws don't expire or terminate unless they include a provision providing for such. Why,(shocking as it might be), some states' laws against murder continue in effect, despite having been enacted decades and decades ago.
Obviously you have never been employed, especially in a "Right to Starve" state.
When employed by a multinational corporation you execute dozens of forms, agreements, releases, and waivers.
Among these documents ordinarily include a waiver of any and all rights the courts have rules can be waived, including waiver of right to jury trial as regards any disputes that exist, or might come to exist related in any way to such employment, and authority for the employer, should the employer determine in the employers' interests, to insure your life premised on the employers insurable interest in your continued employment. Obviously, states" insurance regulators have every motivation to liberally interpret and accept such alleged insurable interest.
These are usually referred to in a commercial setting as "Contracts of Adhesion" because the employee or consumer is powerless to seek modification of the terms of such agreements.
Numerous companies exist that pool funds and purchase the rights to such policies, and/or make loans against such proceeds secured by the policies benefits.
Damn... You must be a Socialist Com'nist Libtard to want to deprive people's right to contract.
Now, wander back to the nurse dispersing medications on your ward and tell him/her that you've been having disillusion of knowledge once again, and remind them to double your dosage.

another lie by the same ole dummy.....you use the sorry UNION contracts in a right to work State as an example....apples and oranges....Everyone knows you are a Union Thug, who robs everyone they deal with, using mafia tactics....


Employment Adhension contracts are seldom, if ever, applied for low level and mid level employees. Mainly used for corporate level personnel.
Also those waiver contracts are ONLY used to protect a Company's interest, and most honest employees will gladly sign them, the usually dishonest employees are libroids....besides waiver of right to work contracts are mostly null and void, only used to scare employees. Most courts rule against them, as no company can prevent a person working to provide their livlihood.

You are one libroid with a tenth of a brain....


And none of these are used for insurance purposes except, for corporate level employees. Companies after all must recoup some money if a corporate jet crashes, kills the complete corporate board, and the company takes a huge downswing in the market, loses market share of product, etc., etc..., etc...

Educate yourself dummy, and quit relying on Union propaganda to make a fool of yourself. Then again, it's easy for you you make a fool of yourself without Union indoctrination....





whom

Commerce, GA

#28980 Oct 28, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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On your planet, is that post considered persuasive ?

Only in small town America. In North Cuba, it is considered subversive....

OMTE

Kittanning, PA

#28981 Oct 28, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Glen Becks website is blaming Obama for that?
I'm SHOCKED! Shocked I tell you! Who would have ever expected that?
No actually it was "60 Minutes" that was blaming Obama. Glen Beck was just reporting what they said.....

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Commerce, GA

#28982 Oct 28, 2013

"Alaskan Company Suspends Obamacare Enrollments, Cites Faulty Subsidy Calculator"


"Enroll Alaska has been able to enroll a grand total of only three people since the launch of the health-insurance marketplaces on October 1."


WOW!!! A big whopping 3!!

Man, at that rate a new population will be running Alaska before the present generation dies off....

WOW!! 3 in 25 days.... Man oh man, obamacare is burning up the tundra in Alaska. Can't wait to hear other scorching news from the obamacare knuckle draggers.....


http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/362381/a...




whom

Commerce, GA

#28983 Oct 28, 2013

"Blast heard near US Embassy in Yemeni capital"


Obama says, "I know nothing, nothing I tell you."


http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/ML_YEM...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28984 Oct 28, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Okay. YOU are going to use MEDIAMATTERS as a source to criticize FOX?????? You should take your comedy show on the road. I needed that laugh.
What's really funny is that there is absolutely no attempt on your part to dispute what the article states.

I'll give you another chance, show us exactly where the article is in error.

Bethca can't do it.

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/10/28/disho...
Fox News used a dishonest graphic that inflated a comparison between the number of people receiving federal benefits to those working full-time by 500 percent to misleadingly imply more people receive government benefits than work.

The October 28 edition of Fox & Friends aired a graphic which purported to compare the number of people who received means-tested federal benefits to the number of people with full-time jobs in 2011. However, the chart used a truncated y-axis, and showed the number of people on welfare -- 108.6 million -- as approximately five times greater than 101.7 million, the number of people with full-time employment.

Moreover, Fox's comparison of the two figures compares apples to oranges.

Fox's 108.6 million figure for the number of "people on welfare" comes from a Census Bureau's account (Table 2) of participation in means-tested programs, which include "anyone residing in a household in which one or more people received benefits" in the fourth quarter of 2011, thus including individuals who did not themselves receive government benefits. On the other hand, the "people with a full time job" figure Fox used included only individuals who worked, not individuals residing in a household where at least one person works.

Furthermore, many people who receive federal benefits also work. The means-tested programs in the Census Bureau report included Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, which includes strict work requirements. In 2011, 6.4 million households with earnings also participated in food stamps, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. And public or subsidized rental housing provides rental assistance to low-income families -- families who have an income which is 50 to 80 percent below the median income for the area.

Fox has a history of displaying error-riddled and deceptive graphics to reinforce conservative attacks on the Obama administration, and has previously had to issue a correction for a dishonest graphic that misrepresented the unemployment rate.

But Fox seems to have not learned from its past mistakes, and ignored the facts to misleadingly attack federal benefit programs, with Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy asking "is the number one occupation in this entitlement nation now, welfare?" while Fox Business host Stuart Varney baselessly suggested that President Obama personally encouraged "handouts" as a means of "buying votes."
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#28985 Oct 28, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Fox's audience just slurps up that bad information. They don't want common-sense, facts, or the truth, they want somebody to tell them that it's ok to be hateful ignorant racists. Fox gives them what they want.
You gotta love the math that goes into that chart,
oh where oh where is Bill from Dunceville to set them straight.

Only in Fox Spews World
is five units of 101.7m equal to 108.6m,
and they've got the charts to prove it.

Yep, lap it up...

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/10/28/disho...
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#28986 Oct 28, 2013
whom wrote:
<quoted text>another lie by the same ole dummy.....you use the sorry UNION contracts in a right to work State as an example....apples and oranges....Everyone knows you are a Union Thug, who robs everyone they deal with, using mafia tactics....


Employment Adhension contracts are seldom, if ever, applied for low level and mid level employees. Mainly used for corporate level personnel.
Also those waiver contracts are ONLY used to protect a Company's interest, and most honest employees will gladly sign them, the usually dishonest employees are libroids....besides waiver of right to work contracts are mostly null and void, only used to scare employees. Most courts rule against them, as no company can prevent a person working to provide their livlihood.

You are one libroid with a tenth of a brain....


And none of these are used for insurance purposes except, for corporate level employees. Companies after all must recoup some money if a corporate jet crashes, kills the complete corporate board, and the company takes a huge downswing in the market, loses market share of product, etc., etc..., etc...

Educate yourself dummy, and quit relying on Union propaganda to make a fool of yourself. Then again, it's easy for you you make a fool of yourself without Union indoctrination....
Why thank you for sharing your vast experience and legal training with us all.

As usual, you are completely and utterly wrong.

But keep trying, it's amusing to watch you try to pretend a practice that so common that it has created its own market, along with numerous companies created to allow people to invest in it, is somehow a recent development, or somehow a "discovery."

Here's some more information that will shock you all down there at the diminished capacity treatment center - people have been selling or borrowing against insurance proceeds for decades, in fact, the practice is so common that the contracts are subject to approval by the insurance commissioners of the various states.

Oh damn... I'm sorry ..... The next thing I'll have to tell you is that Teapublicans stand united in favor of the practiced claiming its simply another fact if the Constitutional right to contract without unnecessary governmental interference.

Oh wait .... Your complaints make you one of them Socialist Com'nist Libtards wanting the Guvment to control everything in our lives.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#28987 Oct 28, 2013
whom wrote:
"Blast heard near US Embassy in Yemeni capital"
Obama says, "I know nothing, nothing I tell you."
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/ML_YEM...
I have decided that the only thing Obama actually DOES know about is how to play golf.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#28988 Oct 28, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
What's really funny is that there is absolutely no attempt on your part to dispute what the article states.
I'll give you another chance, show us exactly where the article is in error.
Bethca can't do it.
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/10/28/disho...
Fox News used a dishonest graphic that inflated a comparison between the number of people receiving federal benefits to those working full-time by 500 percent to misleadingly imply more people receive government benefits than work.
The October 28 edition of Fox & Friends aired a graphic which purported to compare the number of people who received means-tested federal benefits to the number of people with full-time jobs in 2011. However, the chart used a truncated y-axis, and showed the number of people on welfare -- 108.6 million -- as approximately five times greater than 101.7 million, the number of people with full-time employment.
Moreover, Fox's comparison of the two figures compares apples to oranges.
Fox's 108.6 million figure for the number of "people on welfare" comes from a Census Bureau's account (Table 2) of participation in means-tested programs, which include "anyone residing in a household in which one or more people received benefits" in the fourth quarter of 2011, thus including individuals who did not themselves receive government benefits. On the other hand, the "people with a full time job" figure Fox used included only individuals who worked, not individuals residing in a household where at least one person works.
Furthermore, many people who receive federal benefits also work. The means-tested programs in the Census Bureau report included Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, which includes strict work requirements. In 2011, 6.4 million households with earnings also participated in food stamps, or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. And public or subsidized rental housing provides rental assistance to low-income families -- families who have an income which is 50 to 80 percent below the median income for the area.
Fox has a history of displaying error-riddled and deceptive graphics to reinforce conservative attacks on the Obama administration, and has previously had to issue a correction for a dishonest graphic that misrepresented the unemployment rate.
But Fox seems to have not learned from its past mistakes, and ignored the facts to misleadingly attack federal benefit programs, with Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy asking "is the number one occupation in this entitlement nation now, welfare?" while Fox Business host Stuart Varney baselessly suggested that President Obama personally encouraged "handouts" as a means of "buying votes."
Well, I didn't even read your post except for the first couple of sentences. When I realized that you were slamming FOX and using MediaMatters to do it, I laughed. What happened? Did you give up on Daily Kos? Is Daily Kos turning on ya? I don't know WHY you libs don't give up on slamming FOX. FOX is here to stay. I'm sure FOX does get info wrong from time to time. We ALL know your liberal sites NEVER do that. Noooooooooo. Case in point.....their support of that debacle known as Obamacare. Your left wing lying sites reported "a few glitches". ROTFL Yeeeeah. Little glitches. That's right! My, my , my, OH MY.
OMTE

Kittanning, PA

#28989 Oct 28, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Well, I didn't even read your post except for the first couple of sentences. When I realized that you were slamming FOX and using MediaMatters to do it, I laughed. What happened? Did you give up on Daily Kos? Is Daily Kos turning on ya? I don't know WHY you libs don't give up on slamming FOX. FOX is here to stay. I'm sure FOX does get info wrong from time to time. We ALL know your liberal sites NEVER do that. Noooooooooo. Case in point.....their support of that debacle known as Obamacare. Your left wing lying sites reported "a few glitches". ROTFL Yeeeeah. Little glitches. That's right! My, my , my, OH MY.
I think Obama's tryin to blame Verizon now, for his failure.:(
http://money.cnn.com/2013/10/27/news/obamacar...

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#28990 Oct 28, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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You gotta love the math that goes into that chart,
oh where oh where is Bill from Dunceville to set them straight.
Only in Fox Spews World
is five units of 101.7m equal to 108.6m,
and they've got the charts to prove it.
Yep, lap it up...
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/10/28/disho...
I TOLD you. Stick with Air America!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Devils Advocate

Douglas, GA

#28991 Oct 28, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Fox's audience just slurps up that bad information. They don't want common-sense, facts, or the truth, they want somebody to tell them that it's ok to be hateful ignorant racists. Fox gives them what they want.
Fox gives us what we want, the truth. Sure they might make a mistake on figures or polls. Unlike the others that do make mistakes. I would hate to know that I was basing my knowlwdge of Fox on that simple mistake you quoted. Try outright lying by the others on Fast and Furious, IRS, NSA, the billions spent on private parties. and the JOKE. OBAMMY CARE and I could go on. Try listening to someone besides the MSNBC liars and you may learn something. Though I doubt it. You are already wearing the bell around your neck, like all good sheep need to do.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#28992 Oct 28, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>Glen Becks website is blaming Obama for that?

I'm SHOCKED! Shocked I tell you! Who would have ever expected that?
Imagine Obama is responsible for CIA mercenaries being killed in Benghazi;

But:

Obama isn't responsible for killing bin Laden;

RWW Bush is not responsible for 09/11, the 60 people killed at embassies and counsel offices, the 3,000 killed in NYC, or the 5,000 American troops killed in Iraq.

And RWWs wonder why they can't be taken seriously.

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