Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
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Clarkesville, GA

#34150 Jan 13, 2014

Will the supremes fall prey to blackmail again??????????


"Obama’s use of executive power faces reckoning at Supreme Court"


http://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/busine...

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Clarkesville, GA

#34151 Jan 13, 2014

Arizonans have finally recognized a rino in their midst..........and have brought out the big guns to defend their rights..........


"Arizona's Maricopa County Republicans Censure John McCain for Abandoning Values"


http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/...







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Clarkesville, GA

#34152 Jan 13, 2014

This looks like Matthews..........or the big chickenmutt......er butt..........nothing like a leg tingle to get them excited..........


http://conservativebyte.com/2014/01/obama-vs-...

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Clarkesville, GA

#34153 Jan 13, 2014

From such come internal wars among citizens of a country..........


"Knockout Game fueled by 'Holder effect'?"


http://www.wnd.com/2014/01/knockout-game-fuel...

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Clarkesville, GA

#34154 Jan 13, 2014

In todays society, only the Tea Party is a citizens grass roots movement..........to improve gubmint,,,,,, to correct gubmint abuses,,,, to press office holders to stand by the constitution..........and to hold those elected accountable..........

Since: Jan 10

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#34155 Jan 13, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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If you understand quantitative easing and "follow the markets" then please explain your prior post that stated:
"Is that the same "uncertainty" that's been holding back the market?"
If you understood those things, you wouldn't have responded in that fashion.
I don't see any on the right claiming sole ownership of any advanced knowledge - but the posts that many of you on the left make certainly seem to indicate your lack of understanding of some basic economic realities.
And you still harp on those horrible mean awful "wealthiest" who -while they are already paying more than their "fair share" - may actual object to paying even more to support a bloated inefficient government that somehow never seems to be able to do with less itself despite the fact that it's addiction to spending will bankrupt our children and grandchildren.
The government could confiscate 100% of the income from the wealthiest 2% in the country and it would run the government for 141 days. So then what are you going to do. The problem isn't that the "wealthiest" don't pay enough, the problem is we have a govt bureaucracy with no accountability and no incentive to try and save money and/or spend it wisely. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/rich-29607...
+1

The poster you're "debating" (although it's rather one sided) claims to know many things that are just not so...Typical of the clueless and uneducated.

Since: Nov 12

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#34156 Jan 13, 2014
new wrote:
Arizonans have finally recognized a rino in their midst..........and have brought out the big guns to defend their rights..........
"Arizona's Maricopa County Republicans Censure John McCain for Abandoning Values"
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/...
And this is what more grass roots Republicans need to do. It might prove a wake up call to some of those who spout conservative ideals to get elected and then lose their spine (or get seduced by the spotlight) once they get to Washington.
If McCain has any intellectual integrity left, he is regretting first calling Cruz, Lee and Paul "wacko birds" back in the spring and second attacking Cruz and Lee as they tried to get Obamacare delayed - especially once Obama himself started unilaterally (and possibly illegally) making all sorts of delays after the disastrous rollout. Bottom line - Cruz was right when he said Obamacare needed to be delayed, but partisan politics ruled the day.

Hey, Ohio - how about putting Boehner next on this list.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#34157 Jan 13, 2014
new wrote:
In todays society, only the Tea Party is a citizens grass roots movement..........
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

LOL! ROFLMAO!

HAHAHAHHA!

You made a joke! Well, either that or heads filled with nothing but pudding.
Huffy

Dallas, TX

#34158 Jan 13, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Call it what you will, blanket over the issue with slogans, whatever you want - the effect is accurate. And, the "job creators" aren't producing the jobs they promised, even though they personally are thriving.
That's a fact.
Correct, This administration has not delivered the jobs they promised.
TheAllPowerful

Columbus, GA

#34159 Jan 13, 2014
Word.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#34160 Jan 13, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
If you understand quantitative easing and "follow the markets" then please explain your prior post that stated:
"Is that the same "uncertainty" that's been holding back the market?"
If you understood those things, you wouldn't have responded in that fashion.
I don't see any on the right claiming sole ownership of any advanced knowledge - but the posts that many of you on the left make certainly seem to indicate your lack of understanding of some basic economic realities.
And you still harp on those horrible mean awful "wealthiest" who -while they are already paying more than their "fair share" - may actual object to paying even more to support a bloated inefficient government that somehow never seems to be able to do with less itself despite the fact that it's addiction to spending will bankrupt our children and grandchildren.
The government could confiscate 100% of the income from the wealthiest 2% in the country and it would run the government for 141 days. So then what are you going to do. The problem isn't that the "wealthiest" don't pay enough, the problem is we have a govt bureaucracy with no accountability and no incentive to try and save money and/or spend it wisely. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/rich-29607...
Welll said. Brilliant!!!!!!!!

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#34161 Jan 13, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
It's amazing how easy it is to get these hard-headed right-wing zeolots worked up!
All those words, all that anger, a bucket-load of poorly-thought-through ideology, all the insults, insinuations, and subject changes.
Yet they still offer no proof that lowering taxes on the 1% does anything for the rest of the country except make them poorer, and still no Republican solutions to anything.
They just can't see the obvious.
Answer my question to you. You KNOW the question I'm referring to. Waiting.....

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#34162 Jan 13, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Was this supposed to be persuasive on any level or was it just your attempt to get "the last word"?
And you forgot to throw in the Koch Bros......
ANOTHER brilliant response. Laughing out loud about your reference to the Koch Bros. Chicken is OBSESSED with those guys.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#34163 Jan 13, 2014
Bigdave1 wrote:
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I must admit that the dreams of Obama and people such as yourself are being fulfilled everyday in this country. Government has grown so large, corrupt, and so powerful that it is almost no longer recognizable as the Government of the United States of America. If people or business's don't do or think as the all powerful government wants, they are punished by various means such as the IRS and worse. The country is literally falling apart. Business's are failing and industries are closing down. 92 million people are now under or unemployed. Do you care? I think not. If you did you would not support this current administration. We no longer have a free press. News is censured and propaganda is being distributed to us in a daily basis.
You think that the story Atlas Shrugged is a far fetched book? I see over whelming similarities in it, and what is going on right this moment in this country.. So do millions of other Americans. You see it and know it to be true, but you are one of the supporters of the new big controlling government that you wish to see rule us. Say what you will, but you can't lie away the truth or dismiss it by your silly pointless post. There are just too many people in this country that now see the truth.
The real question is what will be done about it?
+++ Good post!
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Clarkesville, GA

#34164 Jan 13, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
LOL! ROFLMAO!
HAHAHAHHA!
You made a joke! Well, either that or heads filled with nothing but pudding.

Educate yourself you big ignorant dummy..........
And I'll help you with this clue...."Sons of Liberty"..........



Since: Jan 14

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#34165 Jan 13, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
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Ah, we hear from the Grand Wizard Poobah of Azzholishness!
And he doesn't disappoint, while saying nothing of value. So expected!
But Bill The A$$bite does know about tax tables -- how exciting.

Since: Jul 13

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#34166 Jan 13, 2014
Ok... Im confused who to vote for now living in the USA (moving to Georgia (Blue ridge in 10 days)..Basically, Ive tried to educate myself on political forums to no avail..
They are either repub or Dem all the way... So no learning there.
My opinion so far as an Australian moving here.(Cant vote for 3 years) I have meet lots of lovely repubs and loads of Lovely Dems too.
I guess in some ways I could be considered a bleeding heart liberal. However on the other hand, Im not sure how fond I am of the current president.. I tend to think, somebody else could do the job better? BUT, while I don't believe his whole "share the wealth" thing...Id like to see the American government step up and help those in need a little more.(Have patients with me. Aus, is a semi socialist country)
For me, the BIG thing Im concerned about here is health care...I can see socialized health care wont work here. I truly believe it should be government controlled, as in what prices they can charge.. My husband and I,(an American) if I go on his health care, its going to cost $100.00 a week just for me :(...
IN Aus you can cover a family of 6 with PRIVATE health insurance for $120.00 a month... Thats with a $500.00 delectable...
Im not trying to argue with anybody, seriously IM not. Im so ignorant on American politics Id not dare. LOL...
But Im interested in what you all have to say about this..
Im 46, and basically, I have to judge my decision on whos going to look after me in the future...:)

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#34168 Jan 13, 2014
Caz67 wrote:
Ok... Im confused who to vote for now living in the USA (moving to Georgia (Blue ridge in 10 days)..Basically, Ive tried to educate myself on political forums to no avail..
They are either repub or Dem all the way... So no learning there.
My opinion so far as an Australian moving here.(Cant vote for 3 years) I have meet lots of lovely repubs and loads of Lovely Dems too.
I guess in some ways I could be considered a bleeding heart liberal. However on the other hand, Im not sure how fond I am of the current president.. I tend to think, somebody else could do the job better? BUT, while I don't believe his whole "share the wealth" thing...Id like to see the American government step up and help those in need a little more.(Have patients with me. Aus, is a semi socialist country)
For me, the BIG thing Im concerned about here is health care...I can see socialized health care wont work here. I truly believe it should be government controlled, as in what prices they can charge.. My husband and I,(an American) if I go on his health care, its going to cost $100.00 a week just for me :(...
IN Aus you can cover a family of 6 with PRIVATE health insurance for $120.00 a month... Thats with a $500.00 delectable...
Im not trying to argue with anybody, seriously IM not. Im so ignorant on American politics Id not dare. LOL...
But Im interested in what you all have to say about this..
Im 46, and basically, I have to judge my decision on whos going to look after me in the future...:)
Welcome to the new America. Good luck as you are going to need it.

Since: Jul 13

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#34169 Jan 13, 2014
Thank soooo much :)
Its really hard to get my head around political things here :)
Sadly, I can see both sides can have merit.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#34171 Jan 13, 2014
Caz67 wrote:
Ok... Im confused who to vote for now living in the USA (moving to Georgia (Blue ridge in 10 days)..Basically, Ive tried to educate myself on political forums to no avail..
They are either repub or Dem all the way... So no learning there.
My opinion so far as an Australian moving here.(Cant vote for 3 years) I have meet lots of lovely repubs and loads of Lovely Dems too.
I guess in some ways I could be considered a bleeding heart liberal. However on the other hand, Im not sure how fond I am of the current president.. I tend to think, somebody else could do the job better? BUT, while I don't believe his whole "share the wealth" thing...Id like to see the American government step up and help those in need a little more.(Have patients with me. Aus, is a semi socialist country)
For me, the BIG thing Im concerned about here is health care...I can see socialized health care wont work here. I truly believe it should be government controlled, as in what prices they can charge.. My husband and I,(an American) if I go on his health care, its going to cost $100.00 a week just for me :(...
IN Aus you can cover a family of 6 with PRIVATE health insurance for $120.00 a month... Thats with a $500.00 delectable...
Im not trying to argue with anybody, seriously IM not. Im so ignorant on American politics Id not dare. LOL...
But Im interested in what you all have to say about this..
Im 46, and basically, I have to judge my decision on whos going to look after me in the future...:)
Your last sentence makes you a democrat in the USA. Hope that helps.:)

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