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“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31785 Nov 18, 2013
Doo wrote:
<quoted text>Then keep it. I want Obamacare for my wife's health care plan. Much more affordable to us. You should be proud for us.
Where do you get your coverage from, employer?
now

Carnesville, GA

#31786 Nov 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Your one sick person. Your outlook on life is depressing and you are a real downer.
You talk about me as if you have known me for my whole life. You haven't. You know nothing about me. That also makes you a real know it all. You write as if you are 16 years old and still living at your parents home. You are living in a dream world filled with gold streets and cotton clouds.
You talk like I don't have sense enough to come in out of the rain, that I want to breathe bad air and that I want to be poisoned with the water I drink. Well I don't anymore than anybody else. No matter how much money people have they all bleed and they all die. Your just another person filled with envy wishing that you were living the good life like I.O. claims he is.


but-but-but, that is typical of someone with gubmint issued computers and cellphones on welfare.....
envy is their sorry life......
dumb is their inherited social being......
and handouts are their stock and trade.....


now

Carnesville, GA

#31787 Nov 18, 2013
Doo wrote:
<quoted text>Then keep it. I want Obamacare for my wife's health care plan. Much more affordable to us. You should be proud for us.


Actually folks feel sorry for you..........
not because of your health care woes, but because of your lack of education........or seemingly lack, you dont impress many with your dumb posts........

now

Carnesville, GA

#31788 Nov 18, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Face it, Doo doesn't have a fact or a clue and is just winging it with B.S.


And we live by this rule..........

"As I approach my twilight years, I am struck by the inevitability that the party must end.

And one clear, cold morning after I'm gone, my spouse will awaken in the warmth of our bedroom and be struck with the realization that I ain’t there anymore, hope She won’t be toooooo happy.

No more hugs, no more special moments to celebrate together, no more phone calls just to chat, no more "just one minute."

Sometimes, what we care about the most gets all used up and goes away, never to return before we can say good-bye, or say "I love you."

So while we have it, it’s best we love it, care for it, fix it when it's broken and heal it when it's sick.

This is true for marriage. And old cars, children with bad report cards, dogs with bad hips, and aging parents and grandparents.

We keep them because they are worth it, because we are worth it.

Some things we keep -- like a best friend who moved away or a son-in-law after divorce. There are just some things that make us happy, no matter what.

Life is important, like people we know who are special. And so, we keep them close!

Suppose one morning you never wake up, do all your friends know how you really feel?

The important thing is to let everyone of your friends know your true feelings, even if you think they don't love you back.

So, just in case I'm gone tomorrow, please rest assured I voted against that incompetent, lying, Muslim loving, perverted, bleeding heart, narcissistic, scientific & economic moron, socialist piece of crap, Obama.


Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#31789 Nov 18, 2013
Oooops, where that middle class go...

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/...

...There are four major reasons inequality is squelching our recovery. The most immediate is that our middle class is too weak to support the consumer spending that has historically driven our economic growth. While the top 1 percent of income earners took home 93 percent of the growth in incomes in 2010, the households in the middle — who are most likely to spend their incomes rather than save them and who are, in a sense, the true job creators — have lower household incomes, adjusted for inflation, than they did in 1996. The growth in the decade before the crisis was unsustainable — it was reliant on the bottom 80 percent consuming about 110 percent of their income.

Second, the hollowing out of the middle class since the 1970s, a phenomenon interrupted only briefly in the 1990s, means that they are unable to invest in their future, by educating themselves and their children and by starting or improving businesses.

Third, the weakness of the middle class is holding back tax receipts, especially because those at the top are so adroit in avoiding taxes and in getting Washington to give them tax breaks. The recent modest agreement to restore Clinton-level marginal income-tax rates for individuals making more than $400,000 and households making more than $450,000 did nothing to change this. Returns from Wall Street speculation are taxed at a far lower rate than other forms of income. Low tax receipts mean that the government cannot make the vital investments in infrastructure, education, research and health that are crucial for restoring long-term economic strength.

Fourth, inequality is associated with more frequent and more severe boom-and-bust cycles that make our economy more volatile and vulnerable. Though inequality did not directly cause the crisis, it is no coincidence that the 1920s — the last time inequality of income and wealth in the United States was so high — ended with the Great Crash and the Depression. The International Monetary Fund has noted the systematic relationship between economic instability and economic inequality, but American leaders haven’t absorbed the lesson.
now

Carnesville, GA

#31790 Nov 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
Oooops, where that middle class go...
http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/...
...There are four major reasons inequality is squelching our recovery. The most immediate is that our middle class is too weak to support the consumer spending that has historically driven our economic growth. While the top 1 percent of income earners took home 93 percent of the growth in incomes in 2010, the households in the middle — who are most likely to spend their incomes rather than save them and who are, in a sense, the true job creators — have lower household incomes, adjusted for inflation, than they did in 1996. The growth in the decade before the crisis was unsustainable — it was reliant on the bottom 80 percent consuming about 110 percent of their income.
Second, the hollowing out of the middle class since the 1970s, a phenomenon interrupted only briefly in the 1990s, means that they are unable to invest in their future, by educating themselves and their children and by starting or improving businesses.
Third, the weakness of the middle class is holding back tax receipts, especially because those at the top are so adroit in avoiding taxes and in getting Washington to give them tax breaks. The recent modest agreement to restore Clinton-level marginal income-tax rates for individuals making more than $400,000 and households making more than $450,000 did nothing to change this. Returns from Wall Street speculation are taxed at a far lower rate than other forms of income. Low tax receipts mean that the government cannot make the vital investments in infrastructure, education, research and health that are crucial for restoring long-term economic strength.
Fourth, inequality is associated with more frequent and more severe boom-and-bust cycles that make our economy more volatile and vulnerable. Though inequality did not directly cause the crisis, it is no coincidence that the 1920s — the last time inequality of income and wealth in the United States was so high — ended with the Great Crash and the Depression. The International Monetary Fund has noted the systematic relationship between economic instability and economic inequality, but American leaders haven’t absorbed the lesson.

the dummy ahole who blogs by posting links to other blogs....
now

Carnesville, GA

#31791 Nov 18, 2013

Obama's holiday celebrations..........on twitter and facebook........

Wow-such holiday cheers........depressing as hell........by a depressed narcissistic....


"“This holiday season, talk to your loved ones about health insurance,” reads one graphic.

“The best way to spread holiday cheer, is by talking about heath care at this time of year,” another states."

now

Carnesville, GA

#31792 Nov 18, 2013

"Escape ObamaCare by Joining an Indian Tribe"


http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/esca...


next best thing, go on welfare like doo-doo...and ugly eve......they love it......



now

Carnesville, GA

#31794 Nov 18, 2013

The good folks..........

GOP obstructionists...

http://conservativebyte.com/2013/11/gop-obstr...

Since: Dec 11

Orlando, FL

#31795 Nov 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Where do you get your coverage from, employer?
No he owns his own business and hires through a placement service thus offering no benifits. His employees are mostly hispanic.
silver foxx

Kittanning, PA

#31796 Nov 18, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>
And we live by this rule..........
"As I approach my twilight years, I am struck by the inevitability that the party must end.
And one clear, cold morning after I'm gone, my spouse will awaken in the warmth of our bedroom and be struck with the realization that I ain’t there anymore, hope She won’t be toooooo happy.
No more hugs, no more special moments to celebrate together, no more phone calls just to chat, no more "just one minute."
Sometimes, what we care about the most gets all used up and goes away, never to return before we can say good-bye, or say "I love you."
So while we have it, it’s best we love it, care for it, fix it when it's broken and heal it when it's sick.
This is true for marriage. And old cars, children with bad report cards, dogs with bad hips, and aging parents and grandparents.
We keep them because they are worth it, because we are worth it.
Some things we keep -- like a best friend who moved away or a son-in-law after divorce. There are just some things that make us happy, no matter what.
Life is important, like people we know who are special. And so, we keep them close!
Suppose one morning you never wake up, do all your friends know how you really feel?
The important thing is to let everyone of your friends know your true feelings, even if you think they don't love you back.
So, just in case I'm gone tomorrow, please rest assured I voted against that incompetent, lying, Muslim loving, perverted, bleeding heart, narcissistic, scientific & economic moron, socialist piece of crap, Obama.
Excelente post, bravo, splendid, magnifico!!!!!!!!!!
I rest assured. Rotfl

Since: Dec 11

Orlando, FL

#31797 Nov 18, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually folks feel sorry for you..........
not because of your health care woes, but because of your lack of education........or seemingly lack, you dont impress many with your dumb posts........
Are you going to take that Doo? Hit him with your purse,!
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#31798 Nov 18, 2013
Doo wrote:
<quoted text>Insurance Companies are the ones to blame for peoples insurance being cancelled simple they intend to discourage the ones the actually want affordable health care insurance. Your blaming Obamacare is a big fat lie. In a nut shell, Insurance Companies are wolves in sheep clothing. I can tell you by experience. They tried to charge my wife 1,513.00 a month for a junk policy. There's your blame and not Obama. His has tried and has been successful in getting the Affordable Health Care Law through and it will be a good thing. How doo I know this? Because anything that giant insurance and the wealthy don't like is surly good for the rest of us. It's soo easy to figure out but you people like to try to confuse most people with lies and distortions. It is the law of the land and can only be changed through free elections. No blackmailing and shutting down the Nations economy and Government. Such fool in Congress these days.
Great post
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#31799 Nov 18, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>And we live by this rule..........

"As I approach my twilight years, I am struck by the inevitability that the party must end.

And one clear, cold morning after I'm gone, my spouse will awaken in the warmth of our bedroom and be struck with the realization that I ainÂ’t there anymore, hope She wonÂ’t be toooooo happy.

No more hugs, no more special moments to celebrate together, no more phone calls just to chat, no more "just one minute."

Sometimes, what we care about the most gets all used up and goes away, never to return before we can say good-bye, or say "I love you."

So while we have it, itÂ’s best we love it, care for it, fix it when it's broken and heal it when it's sick.

This is true for marriage. And old cars, children with bad report cards, dogs with bad hips, and aging parents and grandparents.

We keep them because they are worth it, because we are worth it.

Some things we keep -- like a best friend who moved away or a son-in-law after divorce. There are just some things that make us happy, no matter what.

Life is important, like people we know who are special. And so, we keep them close!

Suppose one morning you never wake up, do all your friends know how you really feel?

The important thing is to let everyone of your friends know your true feelings, even if you think they don't love you back.

So, just in case I'm gone tomorrow, please rest assured I voted against that incompetent, lying, Muslim loving, perverted, bleeding heart, narcissistic, scientific & economic moron, socialist piece of crap, Obama.
You won't be gone.

Like all hypocritical
freeloading deadbeats, thanks to guv'ment programs that provide you shelter, food, medical care, and transportation,
you'll be around a long time whining whenever you're asked to pay your share.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31800 Nov 18, 2013
Oh my wrote:
Oooops, where that middle class go...
http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/...
...There are four major reasons inequality is squelching our recovery. The most immediate is that our middle class is too weak to support the consumer spending that has historically driven our economic growth. While the top 1 percent of income earners took home 93 percent of the growth in incomes in 2010, the households in the middle — who are most likely to spend their incomes rather than save them and who are, in a sense, the true job creators — have lower household incomes, adjusted for inflation, than they did in 1996. The growth in the decade before the crisis was unsustainable — it was reliant on the bottom 80 percent consuming about 110 percent of their income.
Second, the hollowing out of the middle class since the 1970s, a phenomenon interrupted only briefly in the 1990s, means that they are unable to invest in their future, by educating themselves and their children and by starting or improving businesses.
Third, the weakness of the middle class is holding back tax receipts, especially because those at the top are so adroit in avoiding taxes and in getting Washington to give them tax breaks. The recent modest agreement to restore Clinton-level marginal income-tax rates for individuals making more than $400,000 and households making more than $450,000 did nothing to change this. Returns from Wall Street speculation are taxed at a far lower rate than other forms of income. Low tax receipts mean that the government cannot make the vital investments in infrastructure, education, research and health that are crucial for restoring long-term economic strength.
Fourth, inequality is associated with more frequent and more severe boom-and-bust cycles that make our economy more volatile and vulnerable. Though inequality did not directly cause the crisis, it is no coincidence that the 1920s — the last time inequality of income and wealth in the United States was so high — ended with the Great Crash and the Depression. The International Monetary Fund has noted the systematic relationship between economic instability and economic inequality, but American leaders haven’t absorbed the lesson.
You make a good case for The Fair Tax.
now

Carnesville, GA

#31801 Nov 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
You make a good case for The Fair Tax.

He's a closet tea party member, ya think?

I know he's in the closet on something else.


ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#31802 Nov 18, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually folks feel sorry for you..........because of your lack of education.....you dont impress many with your dumb posts........
OUCH!!

The irony was so sharp it actually hurt a bit that time.
Laughing at U

Blairsville, GA

#31803 Nov 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
OUCH!!
The irony was so sharp it actually hurt a bit that time.
Oh the irony of How Now Brown Cow.(Do you think that he/she/it understands what irony actually means? Nahh)
now

Carnesville, GA

#31804 Nov 18, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
You won't be gone.
Like all hypocritical
freeloading deadbeats, thanks to guv'ment programs that provide you shelter, food, medical care, and transportation,
you'll be around a long time whining whenever you're asked to pay your share.

You have me mixed up with your partner Oh my dummy.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#31805 Nov 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
What have you got against The Fair Tax?
The response, if one is coming (I haven't looked all the way through the rest of the posts), should be interesting.

More likely, the response, if any, will be another fine example of the clueless and uneducated...

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