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Just sayin

Hiawassee, GA

#29399 Nov 1, 2013
whom wrote:
"Don’t Worry – The Government Says That The Inflation You See Is Just Your Imagination"
"-McDonald’s has killed the dollar menu because it is becoming impossible to “make any money selling burgers for $1“.
But don’t worry – the government says that the inflation you see is just your imagination.
-Amazon.com has raised the minimum order size required for free shipping from $25 to $35.
But don’t worry – you can afford to order more stuff thanks to the great new job that you got during this “economic recovery”.
-It is being projected that those using natural gas to heat their homes will see their heating costs rise by 13 percent this winter.
But don’t worry –“global warming” should kick in to high gear any day now.
-The price of chocolate has gone up by 45 percent since 2007, and it is being projected that it will now be increasing at an even faster pace.
But don’t worry – eating chocolate is bad for you anyway.
-Thanks to Obamacare, the health insurance premiums of many American families are absolutely skyrocketing. As I wrote about the other day, one family down in Texas just got a letter informing them that their health insurance premiums are going up by 539 percent.
But don’t worry – this is just “health care reform” in action.
Meanwhile, things just continue to get tougher for middle class American families. Household incomes have actually been declining for five years in a row and total consumer credit has risen by a whopping 22 percent over the past three years.
The quality of our jobs continues to go down and our paychecks are not keeping up with inflation. In fact, 40 percent of all U.S. workers are now making less than what a full-time minimum wage worker made back in 1968 after you account for inflation.
So what do the “authorities” say that the solution to our problems is?
They want even more inflation of course. According to CNBC, many Federal Reserve officials (including Janet Yellen) believe that what the U.S. economy really needs is a lot more inflation…"
A lot more inflation???
And this woman wants to head the Fed Reserve....
http://www.blacklistednews.com/Don%E2%80%99t_...
Just another Keynesian central planner and devotee to the Jimmy Carter school of economics. High inflation, high unemployment and high interest rates; AKA the Misery Index.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#29400 Nov 1, 2013
Those whiny Right Wing Wackos. if they can't harm America by shutting down the entire government, will keep shutting down the Congress.

Since they can't win every vote in the Senate, they just stop the Senate from voting.

When they were kids, they they lost the game, these were the crybabies who took their baseball and went home and cried to mommy.

NYTimes: G.O.P. Filibuster of 2 Obama Picks Sets Up Fight

http://nyti.ms/1bGvhMc

Senate Republicans thwarted the confirmation of two of President Obama’s nominees, one to an appeals court and another to a home-lending oversight post.

http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/21/opinion/zelizer...

Thanks Right Wing Wackos for continuing to demonstrate how much you hate democracy.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#29401 Nov 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
Those whiny Right Wing Wackos. if they can't harm America by shutting down the entire government, will keep shutting down the Congress.
Since they can't win every vote in the Senate, they just stop the Senate from voting.
When they were kids, they they lost the game, these were the crybabies who took their baseball and went home and cried to mommy.
NYTimes: G.O.P. Filibuster of 2 Obama Picks Sets Up Fight
http://nyti.ms/1bGvhMc
Senate Republicans thwarted the confirmation of two of President Obama’s nominees, one to an appeals court and another to a home-lending oversight post.
http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/21/opinion/zelizer...
Thanks Right Wing Wackos for continuing to demonstrate how much you hate democracy.
So you believe that a majority of Americans hate democracy.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#29402 Nov 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
...
Only in the land of left wing lunatics does that make sense.
aka, the clueless and uneducated...
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#29403 Nov 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>Your so full of bull. I am not going to sit here and argue a page of post with you. It is just this simple. Business AHCA deferments end in 2014. Many of these people will then lose their insurance with their group policies. A few may be able to keep their group insurance for only one more year if they can sign up now. Those that don't will be out of luck unless their employers pay a much higher premium. Many of these people may be put on a 29 hour work week so their employer will not need to give them insurance.
But what do you care, at least at this stage of the game?
Nope

Not true.

But keep cratering Straw Men to attack to try to justify that welfare Right Wingers love to slurp up.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#29404 Nov 1, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>So you believe that a majority of Americans hate democracy.
See that's the Right Wing Teapublican problem in a nutshell.

Teapublicans want to believe, or at least pretend, they represent the majority, when they do not.

Simple facts:

More Americans voted for a Democratic President than Republican in the last two elections.

More Americans voted for a Democratic Senate than a Republican Senate in the last two elections.

More Americans voted for a Democratic House than Republican House in the last two elections.

More Americans voted for Liberals, Progressives and Moderates than Teapubkicans.

Republicans are the minority, not the majority.

Despite being a minority in 2 of the 3 branches of government, then Teapublicans can't win the votes, so they damage America by filibustering everything the majority of the people elected their representatives to accomplish.

Those are just plain indisputable facts.

So... The minority Teapublicans hate democracy - because the democracy voted against them. That's why they resort to blackmail, extortion and filibuster to stop the will of the people from being implemented.

Nothing to dispute.

Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#29405 Nov 1, 2013
Just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>Just another Keynesian central planner and devotee to the Jimmy Carter school of economics. High inflation, high unemployment and high interest rates; AKA the Misery Index.
Inflation ?

1.2 % is a problem ?
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#29406 Nov 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>Inflation ?

1.2 % is a problem ?
McDonalds ?

$5.5 Billion Dollars is admitted profits is enough ?
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#29407 Nov 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
McDonalds ?

$5.5 Billion Dollars is admitted profits is enough ?
Amazon ?

Amazon has been a point of interest to investment analysts for years.

Amazon reinvests all available profit - so nobody knows what Amazon's profit actually is.

Here's a great article.

http://ben-evans.com/benedictevans/2013/8/8/a...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#29408 Nov 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
So someone explain the logic to me. Obama says we needs to completely makeover the American healthcare system because 30-40 million Americans don't have health insurance (not that they can't receive care, but that they don't have health insurance).
Latest estimates say that even after all this is said and done, 30 million will STILL not have health insurance.
And now we find out that in 2010, Obama officials speculated that as many as 93 million who HAD insurance will LOSE their insurance after implementation of Obamacare.
Only in the land of left wing lunatics does that make sense.
It's just terrible that those freedom loving insurance carriers can't sell crapola anymore.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#29409 Nov 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
HA! But seriously, who donates old underwear AND asks for a deduction for it. And really, Bill Clinton's old underwear - the very thought makes me nauseated.
Butt you've devoted two whole posts to the subject.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#29410 Nov 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Assuming your serious.
Here's why your expressed concerns are the result of Right Wing hyperbole and not relevant in the real world.
First - the AHCA has no effect on the 95% of Americans with insurance now as they are insured under group policies that qualify under the AHCA.
So immediately 95% of those with insurance are not included in your concern. Employers are not requires to make any changes, unless the group insurance they provide is so insufficient it fails to qualify as reasonable coverage. That has never been a substantial problem as group coverages are almost always reasonable in scope.
As to the 5% of Americans currently carrying some form of insurance,(whether legitimate coverage or "Junk" policies.")
Next- every year millions of Americans with private insurance plans have those plans canceled for a multitude of reasons. It happens every year and nobody got excited. Last year millions of people also had their automobile insurance canceled when they switched from Allstate to State Farm.
So immediately millions of people whose plans are canceled would have been canceled anyway --- but here's the great part - before these people could not have replaced the overage because of pre-existing conditions or in insurability - and now they can.
They can replace the insurance that would have been canceled anyway, leaving them without coverage, with a qualified policy that doesn't exclude pre-existing conditions.
That's a good thing.
Next - millions of the policies being canceled are canceled because they are not real insurance coverage that actually provide enough insurance to keep us taxpayers from footing the bill when these people need medical care. Think "cancer" policies and "payment per day" policies, and policies that don't cover known medical conditions, and "catastrophic" policies with huge deductibles.
These policies are a waste of money and cause us responsible Americans to again pay the medical bills for those with insufficient insurance. Think of a automobile liability policy with a $10K limit when a car crash can easily cause millions in damages.
It's a good thing that "pretend" insurance is replaced by real, substantive, actual coverage.
Yes, there will be millions of Americans who either still cannot afford to buy insurance - but they can't now anyway, and there will be millions of Americans who choose to remain deadbeat parasites, demanding we responsible Americans pay their medical bills for them.
The AHCA will help many of those who cannot afford to buy insurance without help to buy the coverage they need, by subsidizing their purchase of insurance.
This doesn't cost money - it saves us money- because we provide these people medical care now at the ER, Hospitals, and Clinics in the most inefficient and expensive way possible.
It's cheaper to help them but real insurance, which saves money for taxpayers and lowers the deficit.
Both are good things.
The AHCA will also tax the deadbeats and use those tax funds to help pay the medical costs the deadbeats dump on us responsible Americans.
Another good thing.
Forcing freeloading deadbeats to pay their own way - a true "Conservative" idea.
Those are just plain facts.
Attack all you want, but if you do you are simply revealing your complaints are irrational.
Butt Drudge and Forbes say it's the end of the world,
as they know it.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#29412 Nov 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
McDonalds ?
$5.5 Billion Dollars is admitted profits is enough ?
Butt, Butt, Butt,
they owe it to their share holders.

Wonder how their share holders feel about paying part of their dividends to support all those employees on Assistance.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#29413 Nov 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
See that's the Right Wing Teapublican problem in a nutshell.
Teapublicans want to believe, or at least pretend, they represent the majority, when they do not.
Simple facts:
More Americans voted for a Democratic President than Republican in the last two elections.
More Americans voted for a Democratic Senate than a Republican Senate in the last two elections.
More Americans voted for a Democratic House than Republican House in the last two elections.
More Americans voted for Liberals, Progressives and Moderates than Teapubkicans.
Republicans are the minority, not the majority.
Despite being a minority in 2 of the 3 branches of government, then Teapublicans can't win the votes, so they damage America by filibustering everything the majority of the people elected their representatives to accomplish.
Those are just plain indisputable facts.
So... The minority Teapublicans hate democracy - because the democracy voted against them. That's why they resort to blackmail, extortion and filibuster to stop the will of the people from being implemented.
Nothing to dispute.
No need for you to write a book that won't sell. A majority of Americans, elected a majority of Republicans to the HOR.

Democracy at work.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#29414 Nov 1, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Butt Drudge and Forbes say it's the end of the world,
as they know it.
Imagine, here we are - a country where we spend billions paying for the medical care of uninsured people in the most expensive and inefficient manner known to man.

Conservatives, instead of going to the obviously better single-payer option, to promote "Capitalism", and avoid complaints of "Socialism", come up with a plan to simply require people to purchase medical insurance from private insurers, to pay their medical bills.

If they can't afford to purchase medical insurance, they get help, and the taxpayer saves money by not paying their medical bills for them

If they don't want to buy medical insurance, they don't have to, they get hit with a very small tax to cover the costs they create by being freeloading deadbeats.

And best of all, the AHCA actually reduces the deficit.

How more "Conservative", financially responsible, and pro-personal responsibility can we be ?

Who can possibly be against this very reasonable law ?

How can we possibly take the vehement opposition by a select few as serious ?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#29415 Nov 1, 2013
A must read.

Obamacare laid bare.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/charle...
Just sayin

Ashland, KY

#29416 Nov 1, 2013
Progressives in general and Obama in particular= Zero Integrity.
truth be told

Hiawassee, GA

#29418 Nov 1, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
What you seem to not understand is that YOUR party is guilty of the very same thing. The fact that you voted for and support a pathological liar doesn't say much for YOU, now does it? I want you to think about this for a minute. I will await your answer. If a Republican were in office right now and had done what Obama has done since he has been in office, would you be on Topix every night posting what a great president he is and how those who don't support him are idiots? You won't answer because Obama is SO bad, you simply can't wrap your brain around being honest. Obama has ruined ANY credibility ANY of you liberals might have had because you are STILL defending him and he is the absolute worst crime that has EVER been perpetrated on this country. Every single one of you liberals should have to do hard labor for voting for that freedom destroying fraud. Now get your head in the right place and start trying to think about what we, as a country, need to do. I am NOT suggesting becoming a Republican. That won't help. What I AM saying is stop defending that disgusting lying dog and move on.
What you don't seem to be able to understand is that I don't belong to any party. Independent for 30 years, but I can smell a rat and the Tea Party is really stinking up the government process. Obama doesn't lie anymore than the Tea Party reps in Congress, difference is he gets more done. That bunch of Tea Party idiots in Congress accomplishes NOTHING, with a lot of help from people like you they continue to make things worse which is quite and accomplishment considering how bad things are.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#29419 Nov 1, 2013
Just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>It must be a coincidence, after all everyone knows how the progressives in charge of the obamascare mess are only concerned with being open and transparent. They only care for the poor and the children...
Puke.
The above is biased judgmental crap with no basis put forth for this opinion at all. There are no facts, no argument built up, no anything. Just useless proclamations.
Just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>
This is by far the most deceitful, self absorbed, power hungry bunch ever to preside in this land.
The above is biased judgmental crap with no basis put forth for this opinion at all. There are no facts, no argument built up, no anything. Just useless proclamations.
Just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>
From special payola to the "green industry" to this proven incompetent software developer the party in power has laundered millions in taxpayer money through these companies and back to the party of der leader. Fascist thuggery is on display in the house, the senate, the whitehouse and in the "agencies turned authorities" created by the government.
The above is biased judgmental crap with no basis put forth for this opinion at all. There are no facts, no argument built up, no anything. Just useless proclamations.

Why even bother typing out useless hate?

Can't you look at an issue and say "this is a valid problem and there is a better way of doing things, which is blah-blah-blah, and that is a logically good idea because of blah-blah-blah."

Are there no productive critical thinking skills at all in the Right-Wing-Whacko world? Any objectiveness at all? Any solutions based on pragmatism and common sense?

It really seems like you're all just a bunch of mindless hate-zombies when you write useless posts like this.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#29420 Nov 1, 2013
Just sayin wrote:
Progressives in general and Obama in particular= Zero Integrity.
Integrity is not strong in the Republican world, that's for sure. There are so many easy examples it's hard to pick just one. Maybe Joe Barton is the easiest target..
....

Ah screw it....maybe you'll figure it out on your own some day. More likely is that you couldn't figure it out if you were handed a crayon drawing and a personal tutor to help you through it.

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