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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#40690 Apr 11, 2014
you will see wrote:
<quoted text>
Great news, the state of Georgia has one of the highest costs in the nation when purchasing insurance thru the exchanges. Who do you "think" pays for the under insured and uninsured who get free health care before the Health Care bill, that's a question??? The health care bill needs work, but the MAJORTIY of American's want it fixed, that's a fact, look it up. Remember, the state of Georgia, it's legislature and its governor want the health care bill gone. Individual states set the rates, its not a nationalized plan like the idiot fringe claims. You have a state where the majority are against the plan, mainly because they don't understand how it really works. And that state has one of the highest plan costs. You think that's not by CHOICE, look it up boozo, you will see.
This is an editorial piece, but it shows what other states are dealing with, as well. The costs aren't higher JUST for the states that "want the healthcare bill gone".
I'm curious. You defend the MAJORITY of Americans who want the law "fixed". What do you have to say about the MAJORITY of Americans who didn't want the law to begin with and STILL don't want it? Did you support them? Do you support them NOW?(Let's see how sincere you are in regard to the MAJORITY of Americans.)

http://www.unionleader.com/article/20140409/O...
silverfox

Nashville, GA

#40691 Apr 11, 2014
Does it matter to dumbocrats that Obama courts votes from the dead, pets, & children??? Absolutely not.
LMAO
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#40692 Apr 11, 2014
same wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...Cummings never told committee Republicans about his contacts with the IRS concerning the group True the Vote.
DOJ Probes TX Voter Intimidation Complaints During Tea Party Anti-Voter Fraud Drive
RYAN J. REILLY – OCTOBER 20, 2010, 2:34 AM EDT
http://talkingpointsmemo.com/muckraker/doj-pr...

Poll watchers in Harris County, Texas -- where a Tea Party group launched an aggressive anti-voter fraud effort -- were accused of "hovering over" voters, "getting into election workers' faces" and blocking or disrupting lines of voters who were waiting to cast their ballots as early voting got underway yesterday....

Harris County, the biggest county in the state, is where a Tea Party group called the King Street Patriots launched an anti-voter fraud initiative called "True the Vote," which recruited poll watchers and amped up fears over groups like the community organizing group ACORN.

Chad Dunn, a lawyer who is representing the Texas Democratic Party, told TPMMuckraker a number of witnesses have been interviewed by Civil Rights Division lawyers already. "We've gotten a number of reports -- quite a few out of the Houston area -- that poll watchers, King Street Patriot training poll watchers, are following a voter after they've checked them out and stand right behind them," Dunn said. There's at least a dozen reports that they could confirm with witnesses, he said. "Interestingly, it's all in the polling places in Hispanic and African-American areas," he added.

Terry O'Rourke, the first assistant in the Harris County Attorney's office, told TPMMuckraker that there have been allegations of poll watchers talking to voters, which they are not allowed to do, as well as hovering over voters as they are waiting to vote.
==========
True The Vote, Tea Party Voting Group, Targeted By Congressional Inquiry
Updated: 10/05/2012 5:36 pm
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/05/true...

A Democratic congressman has launched an investigation into True The Vote, a conservative Tea Party group that has attempted to purge thousands of registered voters from voting rolls across the country ahead of the November presidential election....

"True the Vote, its volunteers, and its affiliated groups have a horrendous record of filing inaccurate voter registration challenges, causing legitimate voters -- through no fault of their own -- to receive letters from local election officials notifying them that their registrations have been challenged and requiring them to take steps to remedy false accusations against them," wrote Cummings, the ranking minority member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

The letter continues: "Multiple reviews by state and local government officials have documented voter registration challenges submitted by your volunteers based on insufficient evidence, outdated or inaccurate data, and faulty software and database capabilities. Across multiple states, government officials of both political parties have criticized your methods and work product for their lack of accuracy and reliability."

"Your tactics have been so problematic that even Ohio Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted has condemned them as potentially illegal," Cummings states in his letter.
silverfox

Nashville, GA

#40693 Apr 11, 2014
That about sums it up, Carney.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-29RTl3CVkFc/UZ2J-rT...
rename

Cornelia, GA

#40694 Apr 11, 2014
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>IMO, it will have to be FIXED rather than repealed. It's too far gone to be repealed. There would be too much chaos unless there were to be another plan to take its place at the same time and that's not very likely to happen. There was/is so much chaos with THIS rollout. Can't imagine anyone wants to go through THAT again. People in EVERY state are having problems with higher costs instead of what was proclaimed would happen. Right now, this healthcare law is a DOG. We ALL know it. Why do you think it's going to play such a major role in the midterms? I can support fixing it(due to the reasons I have already stated), but a LOT needs to be fixed. True. A majority of the people polled are in favor of fixing it, but a majority of the people didn't want THIS law in the first place and a majority of the people DON'T LIKE IT. Look it up, bozo. You will see.
And that bozo thinks the States set the insurance rates......what a dummy.....,
rename

Cornelia, GA

#40695 Apr 11, 2014
USA 1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I have been going on Topix to clear up a misunderstanding. You post under a couple of names, this one seems to be your favorite, I will not post to the other names you use.
People are saying you and others like you are on my payroll, NOT SO!!! I would not stoop to such tactics and would never allow the use inflammatory racial statements. Your opinions are your opinions, I have had no input into what you say.
The fact that people like you are helping me is pure unintended coincidence, nothing my team has anything to do with.
B. Obama

your still a dummy..........even when you emulate the master dummy obama..........

rename

Cornelia, GA

#40696 Apr 11, 2014
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
DOJ Probes TX Voter Intimidation Complaints During Tea Party Anti-Voter Fraud Drive
RYAN J. REILLY – OCTOBER 20, 2010, 2:34 AM EDT
http://talkingpointsmemo.com/muckraker/doj-pr...
Poll watchers in Harris County, Texas -- where a Tea Party group launched an aggressive anti-voter fraud effort -- were accused of "hovering over" voters, "getting into election workers' faces" and blocking or disrupting lines of voters who were waiting to cast their ballots as early voting got underway yesterday....
Harris County, the biggest county in the state, is where a Tea Party group called the King Street Patriots launched an anti-voter fraud initiative called "True the Vote," which recruited poll watchers and amped up fears over groups like the community organizing group ACORN.
Chad Dunn, a lawyer who is representing the Texas Democratic Party, told TPMMuckraker a number of witnesses have been interviewed by Civil Rights Division lawyers already. "We've gotten a number of reports -- quite a few out of the Houston area -- that poll watchers, King Street Patriot training poll watchers, are following a voter after they've checked them out and stand right behind them," Dunn said. There's at least a dozen reports that they could confirm with witnesses, he said. "Interestingly, it's all in the polling places in Hispanic and African-American areas," he added.
Terry O'Rourke, the first assistant in the Harris County Attorney's office, told TPMMuckraker that there have been allegations of poll watchers talking to voters, which they are not allowed to do, as well as hovering over voters as they are waiting to vote.
==========
True The Vote, Tea Party Voting Group, Targeted By Congressional Inquiry
Updated: 10/05/2012 5:36 pm
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/05/true...
A Democratic congressman has launched an investigation into True The Vote, a conservative Tea Party group that has attempted to purge thousands of registered voters from voting rolls across the country ahead of the November presidential election....

Your post confirms my post..........

Cummings never told committee Republicans about his contacts with the IRS concerning the group True the Vote. INFACT, HE HAS DENIED ANY SUCH CONTACT.

The letter also notes that Cummings' email communications with the IRS "raise disturbing concerns about your possible motivations for opposing this investigation and your unwillingness to lend your support to efforts to obtain the testimony of former IRS Exempt Organizations Director Lois G. Lerner."
Committee Republicans also question whether the IRS had "improperly shared protected taxpayer information" with Cummings' staff.
The letter details Cummings' staff's contacts with Catherine Engelbrecht, president and founder of True the Vote, who testified that she received three letters from Cummings' office, demanding the same information that the IRS wanted from her.
Engelbrecht's attorney, Cleta Mitchell, raised the possibility that Cummings' staff had coordinated with the IRS in targeting True the Vote.
The letter to Cummings notes that Lois Lerner appeared "personally interested in fulfilling your request for information about True the Vote," and it included in its letter transcripts of emails from Lerner.


http://cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/r...

rename

Cornelia, GA

#40697 Apr 11, 2014
INFACT, HE HAS DENIED ANY SUCH CONTACT.
INFACT, HE HAS DENIED ANY SUCH CONTACT.
INFACT, HE HAS DENIED ANY SUCH CONTACT.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#40698 Apr 11, 2014
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
DOJ Probes TX Voter Intimidation Complaints During Tea Party Anti-Voter Fraud Drive
RYAN J. REILLY – OCTOBER 20, 2010, 2:34 AM EDT
http://talkingpointsmemo.com/muckraker/doj-pr...
Poll watchers in Harris County, Texas -- where a Tea Party group launched an aggressive anti-voter fraud effort -- were accused of "hovering over" voters, "getting into election workers' faces" and blocking or disrupting lines of voters who were waiting to cast their ballots as early voting got underway yesterday....
Harris County, the biggest county in the state, is where a Tea Party group called the King Street Patriots launched an anti-voter fraud initiative called "True the Vote," which recruited poll watchers and amped up fears over groups like the community organizing group ACORN.
Chad Dunn, a lawyer who is representing the Texas Democratic Party, told TPMMuckraker a number of witnesses have been interviewed by Civil Rights Division lawyers already. "We've gotten a number of reports -- quite a few out of the Houston area -- that poll watchers, King Street Patriot training poll watchers, are following a voter after they've checked them out and stand right behind them," Dunn said. There's at least a dozen reports that they could confirm with witnesses, he said. "Interestingly, it's all in the polling places in Hispanic and African-American areas," he added.
Terry O'Rourke, the first assistant in the Harris County Attorney's office, told TPMMuckraker that there have been allegations of poll watchers talking to voters, which they are not allowed to do, as well as hovering over voters as they are waiting to vote.
==========
True The Vote, Tea Party Voting Group, Targeted By Congressional Inquiry
Updated: 10/05/2012 5:36 pm
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/05/true...
A Democratic congressman has launched an investigation into True The Vote, a conservative Tea Party group that has attempted to purge thousands of registered voters from voting rolls across the country ahead of the November presidential election....
"True the Vote, its volunteers, and its affiliated groups have a horrendous record of filing inaccurate voter registration challenges, causing legitimate voters -- through no fault of their own -- to receive letters from local election officials notifying them that their registrations have been challenged and requiring them to take steps to remedy false accusations against them," wrote Cummings, the ranking minority member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
The letter continues: "Multiple reviews by state and local government officials have documented voter registration challenges submitted by your volunteers based on insufficient evidence, outdated or inaccurate data, and faulty software and database capabilities. Across multiple states, government officials of both political parties have criticized your methods and work product for their lack of accuracy and reliability."
"Your tactics have been so problematic that even Ohio Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted has condemned them as potentially illegal," Cummings states in his letter.
Just a silly Democrat witch hunt. Nothing more.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#40699 Apr 11, 2014
I want to clarify something in my post #40688. I don't support nationalized healthcare AT ALL. Apparently, we have it and unless a miracle happens, we will continue to have it. I don't understand why EVERYONE had to be drug through this just to insure those who didn't/don't have insurance. Why couldn't something have been worked out for THEM? Instead, we were BOLDLY lied to(as usual) and ALL of us stuck with this dog of a law.
not so

Jefferson, GA

#40700 Apr 11, 2014
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
This is an editorial piece, but it shows what other states are dealing with, as well. The costs aren't higher JUST for the states that "want the healthcare bill gone".
I'm curious. You defend the MAJORITY of Americans who want the law "fixed". What do you have to say about the MAJORITY of Americans who didn't want the law to begin with and STILL don't want it? Did you support them? Do you support them NOW?(Let's see how sincere you are in regard to the MAJORITY of Americans.)
http://www.unionleader.com/article/20140409/O...
You can't have it both ways, The majority want it fixes, the majority doesn't want it. Things change people see the light and opinions change to meet the facts presented. Today, the majority want it fixes, at one time for a short period of time when the web site was a mess, a majority didn't want it. For a short period of time you were in the majority, not anymore.
yes it is so

Alpharetta, GA

#40701 Apr 11, 2014
not so wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't have it both ways, The majority want it fixes, the majority doesn't want it. Things change people see the light and opinions change to meet the facts presented. Today, the majority want it fixes, at one time for a short period of time when the web site was a mess, a majority didn't want it. For a short period of time you were in the majority, not anymore.
But you're still an idiot.
rename

Cornelia, GA

#40702 Apr 12, 2014
Synergy wrote:
I want to clarify something in my post #40688. I don't support nationalized healthcare AT ALL. Apparently, we have it and unless a miracle happens, we will continue to have it. I don't understand why EVERYONE had to be drug through this just to insure those who didn't/don't have insurance. Why couldn't something have been worked out for THEM? Instead, we were BOLDLY lied to(as usual) and ALL of us stuck with this dog of a law.

The intent was NOT to really help those in need,,,,,,,,,,but rather to drag everyone into the same pot, so misery could be shared by all..........after all libroids lead a miserable life and are only happy when everyone is as miserable as they are..........



rename

Cornelia, GA

#40703 Apr 12, 2014
not so wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't have it both ways, The majority want it fixes, the majority doesn't want it. Things change people see the light and opinions change to meet the facts presented. Today, the majority want it fixes, at one time for a short period of time when the web site was a mess, a majority didn't want it. For a short period of time you were in the majority, not anymore.

If, as you say, the majority wants it fixed..........you have failed articulate what the majority wants fixed..........such as, is it the website itself????? is it the cost of healthcare??? is it the low choices in insurance offered??? is it the loss of providers who have decided not to accept insurance coverage from the exchanges???


If your only half as smart as you think you are.......you should be able to at least recognize that Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act are the same thing........which most of those polled do NOT know they are the same.......... And these polling numbers only reflect our nation's ignorant stupidity..........

So keep up the work of digging your hole deeper by NOT looking under the hood of that jalopy you have purchased..........by doing research on the input and intent of those who do these polls..........


The only thing that counts is the vote..........polls mean nothing..........and the count will be against libroids this november..........










rename

Cornelia, GA

#40704 Apr 12, 2014

Now to the news of corrupt libroids..........

"Sen. Harry Reid Behind BLM Land Grab of Bundy Ranch"


"“[Reid] and his oldest son, Rory, are both involved in an effort by a Chinese energy giant, ENN Energy Group, to build a $5 billion solar farm and panel manufacturing plant in the southern Nevada desert,” he wrote.“Reid has been one of the project’s most prominent advocates, helping recruit the company during a 2011 trip to China and applying his political muscle on behalf of the project in Nevada.”

“His son, a lawyer with a prominent Las Vegas firm that is representing ENN, helped it locate a 9,000-acre (3,600-hectare) desert site that it is buying well below appraised value from Clark County, where Rory Reid formerly chaired the county commission.”

Although these reports are in plain view, the mainstream media has so far ignored this link.

The BLM’s official reason for encircling the Bundy family with sniper teams and helicopters was to protect the endangered desert tortoise, which the agency has previously been killing in mass due to “budget constraints.”

“A tortoise isn’t the reason why BLM is harassing a 67 year-old rancher; they want his land,” journalist Dana Loesch wrote.“The tortoise wasn’t of concern when [U.S. Senator] Harry Reid worked with BLM to literally change the boundaries of the tortoise’s habitat to accommodate the development of his top donor, Harvey Whittemore.”

“Reid is accused of using the new BLM chief as a puppet to control Nevada land (already over 84% of which is owned by the federal government) and pay back special interests,” she added.“BLM has proven that they’ve a situational concern for the desert tortoise as they’ve had no problem waiving their rules concerning wind or solar power development. Clearly these developments have vastly affected a tortoise habitat more than a century-old, quasi-homesteading grazing area.”"

http://www.infowars.com/breaking-sen-harry-re...

rename

Cornelia, GA

#40705 Apr 12, 2014


"Those who say Bundy is a “deadbeat” are making inaccurate claims. Bundy has in fact paid fees to Clark County, Nevada in an arrangement pre-dating the BLM. The BLM arrived much later, changed the details of the setup without consulting with Bundy — or any other rancher — and then began systematically driving out cattle and ranchers. Bundy refused to pay BLM, especially after they demanded he reduce his heard’s head count down to a level that would not sustain his ranch. Bundy OWNS the water and forage rights to this land. He paid for these rights. He built fences, established water ways, and constructed roads with his own money, with the approval of Nevada and BLM. When BLM started using his fees to run him off the land and harassing him, he ceased paying. So should BLM reimburse him for managing the land and for the confiscation of his water and forage rights?

Cliven Bundy’s problem isn’t that he didn’t pay — he did — or that his cattle bother tortoises — they don’t — it’s that he’s not a Reid donor."


http://danaloeschradio.com/the-real-story-of-...

rename

Cornelia, GA

#40706 Apr 12, 2014


"Obama's press secretary decorates home with Soviet propaganda"

roflllllllllllllllllllll..

While Obama gets the short end of the stick from Putin..........Carney has Soviet posters on his wall..........


http://theweek.com/article/index/259887/speed...

and..........


http://www.washingtonian.com/mom/features/bal...


anyone wanna take a guess how long this will be on the internet before being pulled..........

WasBushStupid

United States

#40707 Apr 12, 2014
Republicans are fast to tell us that Reagan was the best they had. They have Republican politicians that run on Reagan's credentials. Yet they also are faster to tell us that Bush ain't president, forget about Bush and Bush ain't running. Perhaps Reagan was their best. That's if you believe the history that they rewrote for him to make him look good. But the fact is that more of the Reagan administration people faced criminal charges or were convicted than any other. The difference with Bush is that he and his people got away with the stuff they did.

28. Created the blackhole at Gitmo and renditions. The Bush White House created the offshore military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as well as secret detention sites in eastern Europe to evade domestic and military justice systems. Many of the men still jailed in Cuba were turned over to the U.S. military by bounty hunters.

29. Bush violated U.S. Constitution as well. The Bush White House ignored basic civil liberties, most notably by launching a massive domestic spying program where millions of Americans’ online activities were monitored with the help of big telecom companies. The government had no search warrant or court authority for its electronic dragnet.

30. Iraq war created federal debt crisis.The total costs of the Iraq and Afghan wars will reach between $4 trillion and $6 trillion, when the long-term medical costs are added in for wounded veterans, a March 2013 report by a Harvard researcher has estimated. Earlier reports said the wars cost $2 billion a week.
NoButYouAre

Clarkesville, GA

#40708 Apr 12, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
Republicans are fast to tell us that Reagan was the best they had. They have Republican politicians that run on Reagan's credentials. Yet they also are faster to tell us that Bush ain't president, forget about Bush and Bush ain't running. Perhaps Reagan was their best. That's if you believe the history that they rewrote for him to make him look good. But the fact is that more of the Reagan administration people faced criminal charges or were convicted than any other. The difference with Bush is that he and his people got away with the stuff they did.
28. Created the blackhole at Gitmo and renditions. The Bush White House created the offshore military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as well as secret detention sites in eastern Europe to evade domestic and military justice systems. Many of the men still jailed in Cuba were turned over to the U.S. military by bounty hunters.
29. Bush violated U.S. Constitution as well. The Bush White House ignored basic civil liberties, most notably by launching a massive domestic spying program where millions of Americans’ online activities were monitored with the help of big telecom companies. The government had no search warrant or court authority for its electronic dragnet.
30. Iraq war created federal debt crisis.The total costs of the Iraq and Afghan wars will reach between $4 trillion and $6 trillion, when the long-term medical costs are added in for wounded veterans, a March 2013 report by a Harvard researcher has estimated. Earlier reports said the wars cost $2 billion a week.
Is it that important to you that you continue to show your ignorance on a continual basis?

Factual posts are an elusive dream for you. Of course, it is your right to show your ass for the whole world to see.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#40709 Apr 12, 2014
not so wrote:
<quoted text>
You can't have it both ways, The majority want it fixes, the majority doesn't want it. Things change people see the light and opinions change to meet the facts presented. Today, the majority want it fixes, at one time for a short period of time when the web site was a mess, a majority didn't want it. For a short period of time you were in the majority, not anymore.
You didn't answer ANY of the questions I asked YOU specifically in that post that I mentioned. Let's hear your answer.

A MAJORITY didn't and doesn't want it. We are STUCK with it and so they are wanting it changed. YOU can't change that.

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