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

Nicholasville, KY

#43880 May 12, 2014
could be you wrote:
<quoted text>You are totally out of touch with reality. ObamaCare or the Affordable Care Act is insurance by the same Insurance Companies that were insuring before the Affordable Care Act.

Nuts of the world take note, keep following the same road and this moron could be YOU!

While partly true...... Not all insurances now compete in those states where the most ill are located....

Also the same insurance under obamacare now costs 2 to 3 times as much dummy.....

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#43881 May 12, 2014
Pavilion wrote:
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You are a dumb shit. For decades, ever since "The Setback" or "War of 1967", also known as the June War, 1967 Arab–Israeli War and "Six Day War," the US has been paying Egypt several billion a year in "foreign aid" to keep peace with Israel. America is now broke and on the decline, so it's only natural that Egypt turn to the emerging power that has the money, and it's Russia.
So Egypt is nothing more than a prostitute looking for a new sugar daddy, sounds about right. Look what happens when you foment hatred towards another country/people (Israel) and rightly get your tail handed to you on a platter. Too bad Israel gave back the Sinai.
silverfox

Douglas, GA

#43882 May 12, 2014
woo wrote:
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That dummy likes his goose chases...
That last answer is most typical, as he dances around serious issues. From China to NY, not surprised.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#43883 May 12, 2014
woo wrote:
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While partly true...... Not all insurances now compete in those states where the most ill are located....
Also the same insurance under obamacare now costs 2 to 3 times as much dummy.....
2 to 3 times as much?....Prove It?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#43884 May 12, 2014
the barn wrote:
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WTF, the Senate nor the House can legislate jobs, NO they can't!! What they can do is create an environment that might create jobs, normally buy giving tax breaks to big business. Who do you think makes up for the lost revenue, the rest of us. Its business that must do the creating, but now big business could care less about jobs, they care about profits, nothing more. Now if you can come up with a way to legislate morality and make big business do what's right for the country and the people that made them what the are you might have something. We could tax them when they send jobs out of country to increase the bottom line, if big business was not also big money in politicians pockets. In the days before corporate greed took over corporations valued their employees, paid a living wage, gave them health care, vacations, raises and stamped "Made In the U.S.A on their products.
Now all they care about is the bottom line, something conservatives agree with, not sure the average back woods conservative really realizes to what extent they do, but actions speak louder than words. The middle class over the last 20 years, long before Obama came along have been losing wealth as the rich 1% have seen enormous gains in wealth. You can look the other way, say it ain't so and keep doing the same thing that got the middle class in this situation. That would be letting the 1% continue to eat away at our democracy by allowing them to control government, jobs, politicians and the world economy. They have been given so much control I personally don't think we as a people can do a damn thing about it, the horse has left the barn.
So much ignorance, but you did open up with a correct statement - that the House and Senate don't create jobs, they can only create a friendly/neutral/hostile environment in which entrepreneurs can either see that it is worth the RISK of starting a new business or expanding their business OR being forced to relocate their business.(will you please tell Obama that he needs to quit claiming he is responsible for any job growth we MAY be experiencing - he "didn't build it")
It is always sad to see someone talking about "tax breaks" as being "lost revenue". If those tax breaks encourage a company to relocate to a state, there is only "gained revenue" - from the jobs created, from the sales of goods or services, etc. If a company expands, there is only "gained revenue" from the same areas. Again, the economy is not a zero sum game. I AM NOT taking about loan guarantees or "cash incentives" like those Solyndra was given. I am ONLY talking about tax breaks.
WHY do you think companies relocate overseas in the FIRST place, because our tax polices are not business friendly. Contrary to liberal belief, companies are not (nor should they be) in the job creation business - they are in the profit making business - and that is a GOOD thing - when the company succeeds jobs are created as a RESULT and people are supplied with a good or service they require/desire.
The current corporate nominal tax rate of 35% is the HIGHEST in industrialized countries. And yet the Left wants to tax more - Since simple economics seems to be above your pay grade, perhaps the following illustrations will clarify the concepts: "shooting yourself in the foot" or how about "cutting off your nose to spite your face".
jeb stuart

Fitzgerald, GA

#43885 May 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Whoa there Jeb, I NEVER said TR "was out to destroy the country". I still admire TR for many things, BUT he was very selective in what monopolies he went after. He went after "bad" monopolies but not the "good" ones with HIMSELF as the decider of which was which. He abused his executive powers in ways that were definitely not constitutional. And his "progressive" ideas were not good for the country. That being said, I do believe he was sincere in his belief that what he was doing was the "right" thing for both the country and the "little guy", but it does not mean he WAS correct, no matter how sincere those beliefs might have been. I give him FAR more credit for sincerity in his beliefs and for NOT looking for personal enrichment - benefits I cannot grant to the current crop of "progressives." He is a man I can admire for his character, but still disagree with his policies and goals.
I agree, in part. Some of his foreign policy decisions were suspect at best. He did practically hold a gun to Nicaraguas' head forcing them to give up Panama so we could build the canal- but when all is said and done , I still think that he was one of our greatest presidents.
WasBushStupid

United States

#43886 May 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Ah, the "Race Card", the first, middle and last resort of those with no substance to their arguments.
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Ah, the "Race Card" card. Get it?
That's sort of like when a person thinks that someone is "out to get them" and it is unfounded then it is called paranoia. But if it is founded then it is not called founded paranoia.
Paranoia has no precise opposite if someone is actually "out to get them". Pronoia just ain't precise enough.
Likewise the "Race Card" has no precise opposite as the "Race Card" card unless you get specific about a particular race and call someone a "lover".
You have no substance to your argument unless you can be most specific.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#43887 May 12, 2014
Pavilion wrote:
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You are a dumb shit.
WasBushStupid wrote:
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Wow, clueless indeed. T
you post wrote:
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You are crazy as hell!!
Posting Tip:

You could have stopped right there.

Following up with facts is pointless with these Right-Wing-Whacko's. Facts have no meaning to them. They won't acknowledge a truth if it's contradictory to what they WANT to believe is true. Reality is for other people, these Neo-Con nut-jobs are immune to the real-world. They spend more time immersed in Fox Noise and the right-wing-propaganda echo-chambers than they do in reality.
facts

Dawsonville, GA

#43888 May 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Just more proof that Romney was not the conservative the country needed - not that we needed more proof. Most Republicans I know held our nose and voted for him for the simple reason he was by far superior to the alternative.
But you and folks like you are the only reason Romney ran in the national election and the ONLY reason he was the candidate. The primary's were one dark horse after another with no party wide support. The Tea Party is the only reason for the last two wins by Obama. You can deny it all you want, but if you will look just how fragmented the party was and is. The number of conservative candidates who were popular only on a regional level in the primary no quality candidate had a chance. Certainly no Tea Party backed candidate has had or will ever have a chance on a national level. That's just the facts.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#43889 May 12, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
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Ah, the "Race Card" card. Get it?
That's sort of like when a person thinks that someone is "out to get them" and it is unfounded then it is called paranoia. But if it is founded then it is not called founded paranoia.
Paranoia has no precise opposite if someone is actually "out to get them". Pronoia just ain't precise enough.
Likewise the "Race Card" has no precise opposite as the "Race Card" card unless you get specific about a particular race and call someone a "lover".
You have no substance to your argument unless you can be most specific.
Well, that's an easy one. The original post gave lots of links to various graphs disputing MMGW/MMCC/MMCI and whatever they will call it next week. And what informative and illustrative information is given to counter the data given - zip, zero, nada. Just an ugly claim of racism:

"Your failure to comprehend is nothing new. I see a black man you see a N."

Next.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#43890 May 12, 2014
facts wrote:
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But you and folks like you are the only reason Romney ran in the national election and the ONLY reason he was the candidate. The primary's were one dark horse after another with no party wide support. The Tea Party is the only reason for the last two wins by Obama. You can deny it all you want, but if you will look just how fragmented the party was and is. The number of conservative candidates who were popular only on a regional level in the primary no quality candidate had a chance. Certainly no Tea Party backed candidate has had or will ever have a chance on a national level. That's just the facts.
Nope, "folks like me" didn't vote for Romney in the primaries. We knew he was a poison pill, but we were stuck with him. Just like we were stuck with McCain, another man we did not vote for in the primaries. I'm not thrilled with the current crop of potentials so far, either. When the Republican party finally puts forward a true conservative with pro-growth policies who is not afraid to stand up for the values this country was founded on and who believes the Constitution has been and can be again the strength of this country, then we can win. But more establishment moderates will only insure Dem victory again.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#43891 May 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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a true conservative with pro-growth policies who is not afraid to stand up for the values this country was founded on and who believes the Constitution has been and can be again the strength of this country, then we can win.
And just what sort of platform might this person endorse?
jeb stuart

Fitzgerald, GA

#43892 May 12, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Nope, "folks like me" didn't vote for Romney in the primaries. We knew he was a poison pill, but we were stuck with him. Just like we were stuck with McCain, another man we did not vote for in the primaries. I'm not thrilled with the current crop of potentials so far, either. When the Republican party finally puts forward a true conservative with pro-growth policies who is not afraid to stand up for the values this country was founded on and who believes the Constitution has been and can be again the strength of this country, then we can win. But more establishment moderates will only insure Dem victory again.
Damnit Ag! I had you figured as one of more sensible conservatives out there. Now just who in the hell do you suggest that the republicans should have nominated? Atilla the Hun or Pol Pot? lol
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#43893 May 12, 2014
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#43894 May 12, 2014
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>Damnit Ag! I had you figured as one of more sensible conservatives out there. Now just who in the hell do you suggest that the republicans should have nominated? Atilla the Hun or Pol Pot? lol
She's one of the most militant ones around. She just spells better than most Tea Party morons.
rename

Carnesville, GA

#43895 May 12, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
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Where do you come up with this stuff? Are you digging around in the cesspool of the right wing to make some sense in you own pathetic life?
Let us all take a step back and look at some facts. First you have terrorist explorers holding the Christian flag high while looking for riches. They murder millions of natives all over the earth. In doing so they yap their religious mantra of "Convert or die". Then they "retrain" the native mind with "See how nice we are?". Then they start "american patriot groups" such as the SBC, KKK and such to maintain their "order".
The Christian here may say that they are softer but when it comes to pulling strings to get jobs, positions and even getting their people "off" in our justice system then it is obvious that they should be held as vile.

Talk about stupid and pathetic..........youse take the cake you big dummy..........
with your sorry paranoia spilling upon everyones puter screen..........





rename

Carnesville, GA

#43896 May 12, 2014
Pavilion wrote:
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You are a dumb shit. For decades, ever since "The Setback" or "War of 1967", also known as the June War, 1967 Arab–Israeli War and "Six Day War," the US has been paying Egypt several billion a year in "foreign aid" to keep peace with Israel. America is now broke and on the decline, so it's only natural that Egypt turn to the emerging power that has the money, and it's Russia.

Another knowledge deprived dummy..........

Obamas freind Morsi was kicked out of office..........the brotherhood that obama loves..........so Obama took Egypt off the benfits list..........had nothing to do with america running out of money dummy..........america prints all the money it wants...every month over $85 billion..........yes dummy billions..........

rename

Carnesville, GA

#43897 May 12, 2014
the barn wrote:
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WTF, the Senate nor the House can legislate jobs, NO they can't!! What they can do is create an environment that might create jobs, normally buy giving tax breaks to big business. Who do you think makes up for the lost revenue, the rest of us. Its business that must do the creating, but now big business could care less about jobs, they care about profits, nothing more. Now if you can come up with a way to legislate morality and make big business do what's right for the country and the people that made them what the are you might have something. We could tax them when they send jobs out of country to increase the bottom line, if big business was not also big money in politicians pockets. In the days before corporate greed took over corporations valued their employees, paid a living wage, gave them health care, vacations, raises and stamped "Made In the U.S.A on their products.
Now all they care about is the bottom line, something conservatives agree with, not sure the average back woods conservative really realizes to what extent they do, but actions speak louder than words. The middle class over the last 20 years, long before Obama came along have been losing wealth as the rich 1% have seen enormous gains in wealth. You can look the other way, say it ain't so and keep doing the same thing that got the middle class in this situation. That would be letting the 1% continue to eat away at our democracy by allowing them to control government, jobs, politicians and the world economy. They have been given so much control I personally don't think we as a people can do a damn thing about it, the horse has left the barn.

"What they can do is create an environment that might create jobs, normally buy giving tax breaks to big business."

What a dufus and dumbazz..........you are repeating what the poster said dummy........

BTW dummy..........several job bills by the HOR are sitting in the senate..........and your dummy leader Reid refuses to bring them to the senate floor..........



rename

Carnesville, GA

#43898 May 12, 2014
you post wrote:
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You are crazy as hell!! Obama has urged Dem candidates to campaign on the healthcare law?? Where do you get this crap, they can't even get the dates the healthcare law has been on the books correct, 4 years!?!?!? Take all this "information" you get off the web, print it out, chew then swallow, maybe then you will choke on all the lies you post.

You totally clueless dummy..........crawl out of that hole you live in and keep up with current events..........

From Obamas own lips comes the plea to NOT turn away from obamacare this fall..........to embrace it and promote it..........

you are no doubt the biggest dumb smuck on topix..........

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/dc/obama-obamaca...
rename

Carnesville, GA

#43899 May 12, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
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Hello, hello(tapping "rename" lightly up side it's head with a 2x4.). Hello, anybody in there?
What parent or guardian let's his 17 year old attend "wild parties in California and Hawaii"?

hey dummy..........what parent knows where their 17 year old goes..........

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