Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
now

Hiawassee, GA

#31661 Nov 17, 2013


hoping to change subjects......


5.“Roger — it’s his birthday, by the way. That’s not the reason you got a question, but I thought it was important to note that. Happy birthday.”
“Thank you, Mr. President. Back to health care…”


Look out! the man is a whiz.......


6.“…what we’re also discovering is that insurance is complicated to buy.”


But he didn't know anything about it right???

7.“There aren’t a lot of websites out there that have to help people compare their possible insurance options, verify income to find out what kind of tax credits they might get, communicate with those insurance companies so that they can purchase, make sure that all of it’s verified, right?”

now

Hiawassee, GA

#31662 Nov 17, 2013

ROFL,,,,,ETC.,,,,ETC.,,,,,,,RO FL,ETC,ETC....ROFL....


8.“And it’s important that we’re honest and straightforward in terms…”

ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#31663 Nov 17, 2013
http://money.cnn.com/2013/06/24/pf/emergency-...

Roughly three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, with little to no emergency savings, according to a survey released by Bankrate.com Monday.

Fewer than one in four Americans have enough money in their savings account to cover at least six months of expenses, enough to help cushion the blow of a job loss, medical emergency or some other unexpected event, according to the survey of 1,000 adults. Meanwhile, 50% of those surveyed have less than a three-month cushion and 27% had no savings at all.

"It's disappointing," said Greg McBride, Bankrate.com 's senior financial analyst. "Nothing helps you sleep better at night than knowing you have money tucked away for unplanned expenses."

Even more disappointing; The savings rates have barely changed over the past three years, even though a larger percentage of consumers report an increase in job security, a higher net worth and an overall better financial situation.

Related: Ben Bernanke's power over your money

So why aren't Americans saving more?

Last week, online lender CashNetUSA said 22% of the 1,000 people it recently surveyed had less than $100 in savings to cover an emergency, while 46% had less than $800. After paying debts and taking care of housing, car and child care-related expenses, the respondents said there just isn't enough money left over for saving more.
silver foxx

Kittanning, PA

#31664 Nov 17, 2013
Oprah just won't hush. She's sounding like her black bro, Jamie Foxx, kill the white people & Amerca will be a better place. Making excuses for their King, Obama, being a failure. Let's blame the white people.
I now despise them both, they're the racists

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25086...
now

Hiawassee, GA

#31665 Nov 17, 2013



I can change anything as long as I'm not responsible.....


9.“That’s what’s called a grandfather clause that was included in the law. Today we’re going to extend that principle both to people whose plans have changed since the law took effect and to people who bought plans since the law took effect.”


And now it's the second half, time for me to get back in the game. After all I'm am the quarterback
of this fumbling team and it was number 76's fault for the fumbles.....

10.“So again, you know, these are two fumbles on something that — on a big game which — but the game’s not over.”

just sayin

Reidsville, GA

#31666 Nov 17, 2013
now wrote:
"Just this week, a former Federal Reserve officer admitted that this Administration’s big-government control of the economy has been an abject failure. Andrew Huszar, now of Rutgers Business School, wrote in The Wall Street Journal that “the Fed may have created and spent over $4 trillion for a total return of as little as 0.25% of GDP (i.e., a mere $40 billion bump in U.S. economic output). Both of those estimates indicate that QE [quantitative easing] isn’t really working.”
Remember shovel-ready? Crony-ready is more apt. Obama’s massive stimulus spending plan early in his Administration funneled money out of the real economy, where jobs are created among small businesses. Instead, his Administration gave multimillion-dollar projects to the politically connected, from labor unions to unproven green energy firms like Solyndra."
http://blog.heritage.org/2013/11/15/obama-kil...
Now, now. Aren't you being a little hard on the all-seeing, all knowing bureaucrats? We should let the central planners run everything, after all just look at the stellar performances they have put forth. Take the Post Office, er bad example. OK. Amtrak, bankrupt you say? OK. Fannie, Freddie and Sallie... um OK, so they screwed everybody.
I;ve got it; the affordable care act. Doesn't work? Will cost ten times the original estimate?
I give up.
now

Hiawassee, GA

#31667 Nov 17, 2013


Where is Al Gore when I need him, he invented this dam thang.....


11.“My first and foremost obligation is to the American people, to make sure that they can get what’s there if we can just get the darn website working and smooth this thing out…”


Oh yes you are..........and yes you did.....


12.“You know, I’m accused of a lot of things, but I don’t think I’m stupid enough to go around saying, this is going to be like shopping on Amazon or Travelocity, a week before the website opens, if I thought that it wasn’t going to work.”



ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#31668 Nov 17, 2013
Please, take a look at this chart.

http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/...

This is the result of a coordinated assault on the middle-class from Wall Street, Big-Business, Big Medical, Big Pharma, and Big-Energy, and those in the government who are paid to support those entities.

In truth, the war on the middle-class is almost over, the villages have been burned and plundered, the women raped, and devastating casualties left lying in the fields, yet half of those on the losing side haven't even comprehended yet that there's been a skirmish and want to help the aggressors.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#31669 Nov 17, 2013
Sure anybody can post whatever the want here...

But there's one idiot in particular that just spams the hell out of this thread with crap.

Sure would be nice if that idiot would try and not post EVERY damn webpage he's every visited. Maybe he could just post his browser history instead, for the sake of brevity?
just sayin

Reidsville, GA

#31670 Nov 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
http://money.cnn.com/2013/06/2 4/pf/emergency-savings/
Roughly three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, with little to no emergency savings, according to a survey released by Bankrate.com Monday.
Fewer than one in four Americans have enough money in their savings account to cover at least six months of expenses, enough to help cushion the blow of a job loss, medical emergency or some other unexpected event, according to the survey of 1,000 adults. Meanwhile, 50% of those surveyed have less than a three-month cushion and 27% had no savings at all.
"It's disappointing," said Greg McBride, Bankrate.com 's senior financial analyst. "Nothing helps you sleep better at night than knowing you have money tucked away for unplanned expenses."
Even more disappointing; The savings rates have barely changed over the past three years, even though a larger percentage of consumers report an increase in job security, a higher net worth and an overall better financial situation.
Related: Ben Bernanke's power over your money
So why aren't Americans saving more?
Last week, online lender CashNetUSA said 22% of the 1,000 people it recently surveyed had less than $100 in savings to cover an emergency, while 46% had less than $800. After paying debts and taking care of housing, car and child care-related expenses, the respondents said there just isn't enough money left over for saving more.
There is no incentive to save, the government took care of that years ago and the feds quantitative easing policy will see to that in the future.
When interest rates on savings remain far below even the artificially low rate of inflation and any interest earned is taxed, well why would anyone want to save money in an account with a bank that might go bust next week?
The government caused the housing bubble, encouraged granting loans to people that couldn't afford them, willfully purchased bogus loan bundles and then tried to blame everyone else.
The fact is that government is not designed, nor was it intended to run every aspect of our lives. The disconnect between the classroom to political cloakroom folks and the everyday lives of those that actually live and work in the real world is a huge part of the problem. Graft is the balance of the problem.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31671 Nov 17, 2013
one too many wrote:
The poor dawgs! Has there ever been a more snakebit team than them this year?
Their lack of discipline on the field isn't helping matters much.
silver foxx

Kittanning, PA

#31672 Nov 17, 2013
now wrote:
"Israel is working on coordinating plans for a possible military strike with Saudi Arabia, with Riyadh prepared to provide tactical support to Jerusalem, a British newspaper reported early Sunday.
The two countries have both united in worry that the West may come to terms with Iran, easing sanctions and allowing the Islamic Republic to continue its nuclear program.
According to the Sunday Times, Riyadh has agreed to let Israel use its airspace in a military strike on Iran and cooperate over the use of rescue helicopters, tanker planes and drones.
“The Saudis are furious and are willing to give Israel all the help it needs,” an unnamed diplomatic source told the paper."
http://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-said-to-b...
and......Obama won't know a thing about it, until he reads about it in the newspapers or sees it on TV. "I heard about when you folks heard about it." How unprepared & embarassing a president does America have? Leader? Nah, he's NO leader. He's an amateur, just like ole Bill says.
now

Hiawassee, GA

#31673 Nov 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
Please, take a look at this chart.
http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/...
This is the result of a coordinated assault on the middle-class from Wall Street, Big-Business, Big Medical, Big Pharma, and Big-Energy, and those in the government who are paid to support those entities.
In truth, the war on the middle-class is almost over, the villages have been burned and plundered, the women raped, and devastating casualties left lying in the fields, yet half of those on the losing side haven't even comprehended yet that there's been a skirmish and want to help the aggressors.

We're talking Obama NO healthcare dummy..........

You just whistling in the wind..........
now

Hiawassee, GA

#31674 Nov 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
Sure anybody can post whatever the want here...
But there's one idiot in particular that just spams the hell out of this thread with crap.
Sure would be nice if that idiot would try and not post EVERY damn webpage he's every visited. Maybe he could just post his browser history instead, for the sake of brevity?

And there's one dummy who always tries to change subject when obama gets his azz kicked.....

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31675 Nov 17, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep whining that you won't be forced to buy medical insurance and RWWs demand the right to remain freeloading deadbeats.
It's amusing to read how outraged the parasites are when they are asked to pay their own way.
Kind of like how happy they all were to invade Iraq, and dump a $6 Trillion Dollar debt on their kids.
The Greediest Generation -
Headquartered in the Red State South.
You're the one whining all the time, and most every post of yours is nothing but an attack on another, with a accusingly hypocritical methodology.

Outraged by paying our own way? Please explain.

Invasion of Iraq? Talk to Hillary, Kerry, Biden, and Reid, you will definitely learn something there.

Greediest generation? Unionized northeast wins that award.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31676 Nov 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Well said, IO.
It appears that BigDave is attempting to say that coal is not a dirty industry, at least on this side of the planet.
It appears that Aggie is trying to say that big-energy is just perfectly fine with being regulated and really cares about keeping our air and environment, they're only looking after our best interests and that mean old government is just being mean. She would have you believe that the coal-industry ISN'T actively trying to eliminate the governments ability to regulate it, or even investigate it for crimes.
Oddly enough, both of them are unintentionally, but quite directly, making a case that regulation is very much needed in the energy industry.
It's hardly worth the effort of replying to them, as proof of the fallacy of their positions has all been presented here before. They show no inclination at all to allow actual real-world facts to sway them from what they want to believe is true.
They just simply refuse to believe the blatant evidence that goes against their world view. Facts just don't sway these guys. You could quite accurately describe them as "unreasonable" in the literal sense - being without reason.
The only reason to reply to them would be the entertainment value of BigDave trying to tell me how coal is clean-energy, and to hear Aggie try to make the argument that big-energy has our best interests at heart, they're good people, just a bit misunderstood.
How clean is wind energy when compared to coal energy?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31677 Nov 17, 2013
now wrote:
"Just this week, a former Federal Reserve officer admitted that this Administration’s big-government control of the economy has been an abject failure. Andrew Huszar, now of Rutgers Business School, wrote in The Wall Street Journal that “the Fed may have created and spent over $4 trillion for a total return of as little as 0.25% of GDP (i.e., a mere $40 billion bump in U.S. economic output). Both of those estimates indicate that QE [quantitative easing] isn’t really working.”
Remember shovel-ready? Crony-ready is more apt. Obama’s massive stimulus spending plan early in his Administration funneled money out of the real economy, where jobs are created among small businesses. Instead, his Administration gave multimillion-dollar projects to the politically connected, from labor unions to unproven green energy firms like Solyndra."
http://blog.heritage.org/2013/11/15/obama-kil...
In other words, the agenda of this administration is just another failed attempt to merge the lower and middle class into one.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31678 Nov 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
http://money.cnn.com/2013/06/2 4/pf/emergency-savings/
Roughly three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, with little to no emergency savings, according to a survey released by Bankrate.com Monday.
Fewer than one in four Americans have enough money in their savings account to cover at least six months of expenses, enough to help cushion the blow of a job loss, medical emergency or some other unexpected event, according to the survey of 1,000 adults. Meanwhile, 50% of those surveyed have less than a three-month cushion and 27% had no savings at all.
"It's disappointing," said Greg McBride, Bankrate.com 's senior financial analyst. "Nothing helps you sleep better at night than knowing you have money tucked away for unplanned expenses."
Even more disappointing; The savings rates have barely changed over the past three years, even though a larger percentage of consumers report an increase in job security, a higher net worth and an overall better financial situation.
Related: Ben Bernanke's power over your money
So why aren't Americans saving more?
Last week, online lender CashNetUSA said 22% of the 1,000 people it recently surveyed had less than $100 in savings to cover an emergency, while 46% had less than $800. After paying debts and taking care of housing, car and child care-related expenses, the respondents said there just isn't enough money left over for saving more.
Especially after the taxes were raised on healthcare.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#31679 Nov 17, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>
And there's one dummy who always tries to change subject when obama gets his azz kicked.....
I no longer respond to this poster, EVER, due to the sheer degree of idiocy that he constantly displays.

All the same, I'm compelled to note in general that the depths of his stupidity simply defy description. It's quite astounding that anybody can be such an idiot as the poster in question is.
now

Hiawassee, GA

#31680 Nov 17, 2013
just sayin wrote:
<quoted text>Now, now. Aren't you being a little hard on the all-seeing, all knowing bureaucrats? We should let the central planners run everything, after all just look at the stellar performances they have put forth. Take the Post Office, er bad example. OK. Amtrak, bankrupt you say? OK. Fannie, Freddie and Sallie... um OK, so they screwed everybody.
I;ve got it; the affordable care act. Doesn't work? Will cost ten times the original estimate?
I give up.

And the Butt Head, like all libroids, pay no attention to the greatest and longest recovery of all.....Both pages tell the real facts.......

"Reaganomics Vs. Obamanomics: Facts And Figures"


http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2011...



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