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Since: Nov 08

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#34126 Jan 11, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
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Is that the same "uncertainty" that's been holding back the market?
..wait....
Just admit it...Republican policies stink for everyone but oil and coal companies.
Soooooo, YOU don't think a market correction is coming?
born and raised

Murphy, NC

#34127 Jan 11, 2014
Just a thought. Seems to me if the government wud take the control from the federal government and give it back to the states we wud all be better off let each state make its own laws! And let the people in that state vote on what they want. If they that way the ppl in that state have the control like it was posed to be for the ppl by the ppl but somehow we have all forgot that part. We need to go back to the original con take the power back from the big gov that controls are whole lifes now. The people should run this country as it used to be. It is almost boarding on communism I would say they a war coming in the USA befor the next 20 years is up. Could be wrong tho who knows!
born and raised

Murphy, NC

#34128 Jan 11, 2014
born and raised wrote:
Just a thought. Seems to me if the government wud take the control from the federal government and give it back to the states we wud all be better off let each state make its own laws! And let the people in that state vote on what they want. If they that way the ppl in that state have the control like it was posed to be for the ppl by the ppl but somehow we have all forgot that part. We need to go back to the original con take the power back from the big gov that controls are whole lifes now. The people should run this country as it used to be. It is almost boarding on communism I would say they a war coming in the USA befor the next 20 years is up. Could be wrong tho who knows!
so lets just throw em all out

Since: Nov 12

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#34129 Jan 12, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
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Wrong question, as always.
The Republican House, who stated that their objective was to make Obama fail, has done nothing to make life in America better. They've only blocked other peoples attempts.
They really have no agenda whatsoever that addresses 99% of Americans needs. You simply can't show that they've offered ANYTHING for your average family or worker, but you can sure see them taking every oportunity to block anything the might benefit most Americans. They were even willing to hold the country hostage over paying our bills, completely unnecessarily.
If you want to see the country move ahead, if you want the lives of most Americans to get better, Americans need to vote these Republicans out of the House and Senate.
People need to remember: If you're not big energy - Republicans have done nothing for you. Nothing. Worse yet - they're obstructionist.
Wrong explanation, as always.

It is so childish to harp on "their objective was to make Obama fail" when it has been clearly stated time and time again by Republicans that the goal was to make sure Obama's objective to institute his POLICIES failed - and guess what - the Republican establishment FAILED in most of those attempts because they were too spineless to take Obama on fully. BOTH parties attempt to prevent the other party from instituting their policies - why else would we have two different parties if people didn't disagree on what the best policies for this country and its people were. You really do look foolish when you try to play the "mean old Republicans don't care about people" card.

We just get tired of having to explain over and over again that we see no virtue in creating policies that hinder American citizens from taking risks and bettering their lives through their own initiative. We see no virtue in creating policies that hinder businesses from expanding and thus hiring more people. We see no virtue in creating policies that encourage able bodied people to think they must be dependent on the government rather than themselves to survive - and when they depend on the government that IS all they do - survive. They don't thrive, they don't become independent and better their lives and the lives of their children. But too many of you have drunk the Koolaid so long you can't see the reality of what Democrat policies have done to this country.
who cares

Clarkesville, GA

#34130 Jan 12, 2014
new wrote:
50 year war..........that has been a failure for America..........America lost because Libroids have run the war for 50 years..........
America has spent $20.7 trillion,(yes, trillion) since the 1960's, and we are still losing the war..........
If obkma can pull out of Iraq and Aftergan-is-stan,,, to save money..........maybe he should let someone run the 50 year war..........
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/...
“We’ve spent $20.7 trillion on means-tested aid since that time, and the poverty rate is pretty much exactly where it was in the mid-1960s
The standard of living of the middle class has declined since the 60's, the status quo would be a blessing. All while the wealth of the rich 1% has climbed to close to 90% of all the money in the land. And all you got to say is we need to save money on the backs of the poor and unemployed. You sir are a moron.
who cares

Clarkesville, GA

#34131 Jan 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Wrong explanation, as always.
It is so childish to harp on "their objective was to make Obama fail" when it has been clearly stated time and time again by Republicans that the goal was to make sure Obama's objective to institute his POLICIES failed - and guess what - the Republican establishment FAILED in most of those attempts because they were too spineless to take Obama on fully. BOTH parties attempt to prevent the other party from instituting their policies - why else would we have two different parties if people didn't disagree on what the best policies for this country and its people were. You really do look foolish when you try to play the "mean old Republicans don't care about people" card.
We just get tired of having to explain over and over again that we see no virtue in creating policies that hinder American citizens from taking risks and bettering their lives through their own initiative. We see no virtue in creating policies that hinder businesses from expanding and thus hiring more people. We see no virtue in creating policies that encourage able bodied people to think they must be dependent on the government rather than themselves to survive - and when they depend on the government that IS all they do - survive. They don't thrive, they don't become independent and better their lives and the lives of their children. But too many of you have drunk the Koolaid so long you can't see the reality of what Democrat policies have done to this country.
You are a great example of the people who have put ideology ahead of what's good for the country as a whole. Work together to solve our common problems is the way American has worked, until now, thanks to close minded superior beings like yourself. Pick up a history book and read the way this country has always come together or at least had the ability to compromise. This land is a majority rule nation, doesn't mean if at the present time the minority should wage war on common sense solutions, but that's what has happened. And that's why you keep losing your arguments, no room whatsoever for give and take. No viable candidate in the last 6 years was willing to sacrifice their reputation for the principles and single mined goals of the tea party.

So in reality you are to thank for Obamas political success, how's that make you feel, but who cares.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Destin, FL

#34132 Jan 12, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong question, as always.
The Republican House, who stated that their objective was to make Obama fail, has done nothing to make life in America better. They've only blocked other peoples attempts.
They really have no agenda whatsoever that addresses 99% of Americans needs. You simply can't show that they've offered ANYTHING for your average family or worker, but you can sure see them taking every oportunity to block anything the might benefit most Americans. They were even willing to hold the country hostage over paying our bills, completely unnecessarily.
If you want to see the country move ahead, if you want the lives of most Americans to get better, Americans need to vote these Republicans out of the House and Senate.
People need to remember: If you're not big energy - Republicans have done nothing for you. Nothing. Worse yet - they're obstructionist.
The fact that you cannot answer the question, proves it is the correct question. Your liberal debate tactics are failing you, as is nobama, miserably.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Destin, FL

#34133 Jan 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong explanation, as always.
It is so childish to harp on "their objective was to make Obama fail" when it has been clearly stated time and time again by Republicans that the goal was to make sure Obama's objective to institute his POLICIES failed - and guess what - the Republican establishment FAILED in most of those attempts because they were too spineless to take Obama on fully. BOTH parties attempt to prevent the other party from instituting their policies - why else would we have two different parties if people didn't disagree on what the best policies for this country and its people were. You really do look foolish when you try to play the "mean old Republicans don't care about people" card.
We just get tired of having to explain over and over again that we see no virtue in creating policies that hinder American citizens from taking risks and bettering their lives through their own initiative. We see no virtue in creating policies that hinder businesses from expanding and thus hiring more people. We see no virtue in creating policies that encourage able bodied people to think they must be dependent on the government rather than themselves to survive - and when they depend on the government that IS all they do - survive. They don't thrive, they don't become independent and better their lives and the lives of their children. But too many of you have drunk the Koolaid so long you can't see the reality of what Democrat policies have done to this country.
Please substitute "No" in place of "Wrong".
new

Blairsville, GA

#34134 Jan 12, 2014
who cares wrote:
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The standard of living of the middle class has declined since the 60's, the status quo would be a blessing. All while the wealth of the rich 1% has climbed to close to 90% of all the money in the land. And all you got to say is we need to save money on the backs of the poor and unemployed. You sir are a moron.

and a good morning to you dummy..........

your history about the middle class is in dire need of an education......the middle class decline occurred in the late 90's dummy, not the 60's..........

you've got your story of the middle class and the rich 1% numbers mixed up.........which is usual for a dummy libroid..........
While the middle class was thriving during the 60's and into the late 90's, the rich were at the same time getting a bigger slice of the money pie..........some folks would call this a conundrum........but to dummies it's a pile of confusion they cant grasp..........

libroids cant grasp the fact that middle class income can rise....at the same time as the rich gets a bigger slice of the pie..........

Some conservatives say the rise of the rich uplifts the middle class....assuming the Fed keeps their hands out of our pockets..........
while some libroids say the rise of the middle class gives too much money to the 1%.....a condition of wealth envy..........

saving money on the backs of the poor and unemployed huh????

Over 20 trillion has been spent on the poor, and what is the result??? more poor today as a percentage of population than in 1966..........
All Libroid America has done is create a class of dependents, in exchange for their votes..........such as yours.....
Unemployed receive (under law) 6 months of monetary help..........the libroids want to make it long term in order to get their votes, again..........

And you fail to mention Obama's promise of creating jobs, one of the reasons you voted for the dummy..........and you being a libroid, you want your gubmint to provide for you........
your gubmint dummy, is made up of all kinds of folks.....those like you who have no personal dignity and always wants someone to wipe their butt,,,,and others who are willing to do any job to maintain their dignity....

There are jobs out there...maybe you just think you are too good to take one of them..........as I know for a fact many assume some jobs beneath them and would rather receive nanny money to lay around..........






Since: Nov 12

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#34135 Jan 12, 2014
who cares wrote:
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You are a great example of the people who have put ideology ahead of what's good for the country as a whole. Work together to solve our common problems is the way American has worked, until now, thanks to close minded superior beings like yourself. Pick up a history book and read the way this country has always come together or at least had the ability to compromise. This land is a majority rule nation, doesn't mean if at the present time the minority should wage war on common sense solutions, but that's what has happened. And that's why you keep losing your arguments, no room whatsoever for give and take. No viable candidate in the last 6 years was willing to sacrifice their reputation for the principles and single mined goals of the tea party.
So in reality you are to thank for Obamas political success, how's that make you feel, but who cares.
"This land is a majority rule nation," U b wrong. It's not. We r a nation of laws. Laws rule, majority doesn't. Recall Prohibition era?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#34136 Jan 12, 2014
who cares wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a great example of the people who have put ideology ahead of what's good for the country as a whole. Work together to solve our common problems is the way American has worked, until now, thanks to close minded superior beings like yourself. Pick up a history book and read the way this country has always come together or at least had the ability to compromise. This land is a majority rule nation, doesn't mean if at the present time the minority should wage war on common sense solutions, but that's what has happened. And that's why you keep losing your arguments, no room whatsoever for give and take. No viable candidate in the last 6 years was willing to sacrifice their reputation for the principles and single mined goals of the tea party.
So in reality you are to thank for Obamas political success, how's that make you feel, but who cares.
And you are another great example of not knowing what you are talking about.

In your prior post you claimed: "All while the wealth of the rich 1% has climbed to close to 90% of all the money in the land." Since it is unquestionable that the top 1% actually earns 18.24% of the annual income while paying 38.8% of the Federal Income Taxes ( according to the CBO) I presume you ARE actually talking accumulated wealth, not income. Please post your source for this statistic if you are going to make such an ideologically driven claim. And good luck finding anything that will support such a figure.

How many times must the Left be told that the United States IS NOT a majority rule nation, that would make us a pure democracy - which can also be considered mob rule. We are a democratic republic, or a constitutional republic - take your pick. Our representatives are sent to (hopefully) vote in such a way as to reflect the beliefs and desire's of those who elected them - not cave in to the members of the other party. That is why there are two parties in this country - learn your own history.

It isn't surprising that "No viable candidate in the last 6 years was willing to sacrifice their reputation for the principles and single mined goals of the tea party." since there WASN'T a Tea Party movement until 2010 when like minded citizens rallied together to fight the destruction of our healthcare system that Obamacare represents. And the Republican party will keep losing as long as the establishment is able to get their moderate nominees on the ticket instead of a solid conservative.

Since: Nov 12

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#34137 Jan 12, 2014
And speaking of moderate Republicans. I am no fan of Chris Christie and if this bridge scandal tanks him for 2016, I really couldn't care less. HOWEVER, it is just more proof of the hypocrisy of the major news outlets that in the first 24 hours of coverage, they spent 17 times more air time talking about "bridge gate" than they did over the last six months talking about the IRS illegally targeting conservative groups for harassment. But there is no left wing bias in the major news outlets - yeah, right.

http://www.ijreview.com/2014/01/107640-media-...

Since: Jan 10

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#34138 Jan 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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And you are another great example of not knowing what you are talking about.
In your prior post you claimed: "All while the wealth of the rich 1% has climbed to close to 90% of all the money in the land." Since it is unquestionable that the top 1% actually earns 18.24% of the annual income while paying 38.8% of the Federal Income Taxes ( according to the CBO) I presume you ARE actually talking accumulated wealth, not income. Please post your source for this statistic if you are going to make such an ideologically driven claim. And good luck finding anything that will support such a figure.
How many times must the Left be told that the United States IS NOT a majority rule nation, that would make us a pure democracy - which can also be considered mob rule. We are a democratic republic, or a constitutional republic - take your pick. Our representatives are sent to (hopefully) vote in such a way as to reflect the beliefs and desire's of those who elected them - not cave in to the members of the other party. That is why there are two parties in this country - learn your own history.
It isn't surprising that "No viable candidate in the last 6 years was willing to sacrifice their reputation for the principles and single mined goals of the tea party." since there WASN'T a Tea Party movement until 2010 when like minded citizens rallied together to fight the destruction of our healthcare system that Obamacare represents. And the Republican party will keep losing as long as the establishment is able to get their moderate nominees on the ticket instead of a solid conservative.
+1

So many of the clueless and uneducated mistake income for wealth, particularly since income taxes are based on income (duh!) and not wealth.

Wealthy people can have little (or no) income for a year (or several) and still be wealthy.

High income people are not necessarily wealthy.
TheAllPowerful

Fortson, GA

#34139 Jan 12, 2014
"You get what you put in, and people get what they deserve"--Kid Rock.

Have a nice day ya chumpbaskets.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Destin, FL

#34140 Jan 12, 2014
Bill in Dville wrote:
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+1
So many of the clueless and uneducated mistake income for wealth, particularly since income taxes are based on income (duh!) and not wealth.
Wealthy people can have little (or no) income for a year (or several) and still be wealthy.
High income people are not necessarily wealthy.
Low income people are not necessarily poor.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#34141 Jan 12, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
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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.
Who is John Galt?
I think most people will understand what I am saying. If you don't then look it up.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#34142 Jan 12, 2014
who cares wrote:
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You are a great example of the people who have put ideology ahead of what's good for the country as a whole. Work together to solve our common problems is the way American has worked, until now, thanks to close minded superior beings like yourself. Pick up a history book and read the way this country has always come together or at least had the ability to compromise. This land is a majority rule nation, doesn't mean if at the present time the minority should wage war on common sense solutions, but that's what has happened. And that's why you keep losing your arguments, no room whatsoever for give and take. No viable candidate in the last 6 years was willing to sacrifice their reputation for the principles and single mined goals of the tea party.
So in reality you are to thank for Obamas political success, how's that make you feel, but who cares.
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.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#34143 Jan 12, 2014
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Who is John Galt?
I think most people will understand what I am saying. If you don't then look it up.
Go get your azz to Galts Gulch then.

These days it's called Somalia. No regulation, no taxes, do what thou wilt. Enjoy your stay there.

Good God you idiots are patronizing. I've read that pre-teen fantasy novel "Atlas Shrugged", and it's as stupid today as it was then.

I know what quantitative easing is, and I follow the markets. Are you guys really so self-absorbed that you think this is some kind of advanced knowledge you possess?

Won't you RWW's please come back and join the rest of the world in participating in reality?

And admit it - cutting taxes on the wealthiest does not create jobs. Go ahead - take the 1st step.

Enjoy utopia (somalia), Big Dave!
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#34144 Jan 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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We just get tired of having to explain over and over again that we see no virtue in creating policies that hinder American citizens from taking risks and bettering their lives through their own initiative.
Aggie,

What you get "tired of" making excuses for "over and over" again .... is the fact that you've immersed yourself in the paid-for right-wing propaganda machine created by big-oil and big-coal .. and are so dripping in Kool-Aid and hate-thought that you left reality so far behind that you can't even see it anymore.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#34145 Jan 12, 2014
Bill in Dville wrote:
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+1 well stated.
Some people just don't understand how the stock market works, and why. Just like they don't understand taxes and how businesses "work". They do, however, understand wealth envy...
Ah, we hear from the Grand Wizard Poobah of Azzholishness!

And he doesn't disappoint, while saying nothing of value. So expected!

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