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Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#19720 Jul 25, 2013
Where wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
and where is your numeric concept in this rambling post attempting to cover up a misnomer.
See, two can play the definition game.
misnomer = a use of a wrong or inappropriate name.
Are you still suggesting that the words majority and minority do not convey numeric concepts.

Are you still suggesting that the word extreme does not suggest a distance from a central point, which again describes a numeric concept.

Please continue with this line of reasoning.
OMTE

Adel, GA

#19721 Jul 25, 2013
BS IS Called wrote:
Immigration must not be O'Reilly's strong point. This woman made him look stupid. I like O'Reilly at times and although I agree with alot of his talking points on the link you provided. The way he came across on his show, when he presented these talking points, was not constructive. He comes across as prejudice to me and I'm white. I guess it's just the look on his face as he's talking, that makes me feel that way. I have a hard time believing he cares about black people. I think it was more of an opportunity to point out their faults. I'm just saying he could have given examples of how black people have helped build this country and examples of black leaders that he respected. Not just put all the blame on the blacks for their faults. There have been many aspects of our culture as a whole, that has influenced the destruction of black families. One that comes to mind first is cocaine. The white man(Reagan) opened our borders up first. That allowed cocaine to flood black communities. The black community leaders could do more to discourage teen pregnancy, but the drugs alter anyone's decision making. Now these rap stars are glorified like folk heroes of old, that made it out of poverty, by breaking the law. What O'Reilly is failing to see, is the example set by our government that breaking the law is Okay if you have too. Reagan started this mess and now O'Reilly wants to make the same mistake all over again. Guess what though, this time the mexicans are flooding the USA with meth. Poor white families are being destroyed by the thousands daily, and soon he'll being saying these same talking points about white broken homes. If we pass this amnesty bill, that Mr. O'Reilly is supporting. So O'Reilly to me is purely for entertainment, I really just watch him for insight on how Rich white folks think.

Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#19722 Jul 25, 2013
Where wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Your first link was not sarcastic until Aggie suggested it, now it becomes sarcasatic. And even if it was
sarcastic, you would be wrong.
Your second link is based on a false premise,“E-verify has never been fully implemented because Americans don't want a national database of authorized workers.” First, you have nothing to back up your statement about a national database, and secondly the e-verify system database itself contradicts you.
In other words, you contradict yourself and the e-verify system database contradicts you.
While e-verify has no penalties for employers, it has gone from 1,064 employers enrolled in 2001 to 404,295 in 2012. I would say e-verify is a good system, would be 100% better if there were penalties on employers for not using it.
I also would say e-verify is readily available.
Yep, thank you for informing me of what my intentions are when I write something, I am grateful that only you can discern when I intend sarcasim.

Yep, you're right, Americans are so enamoured with a national database that we are seeking one for gun purchases and transfers, and no one is concerned about the database constructed by the NSA, and no one is concerned about the data gathering under Obamacare, and a vast majority (a term which conveys a numeric concept without using a numeric expression) of Americans are clamoring for a uniform tamper-proof national ID.

E-verify is supposed to stop undocumented employment. It could also harm legal workers.
By Timothy B. Lee, Published: June 3 2013
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/...

...And while 0.3 percent and 2.3 percent may sound like small numbers, in a nation of 300 million people, that translates to hundreds of thousands of people.

While the employee has just eight days to begin his appeal, the full appeal process can take many weeks. Alex Nowrasteh, who studies immigration policy at the Cato Institute, says that fixing E-Verify errors sometimes requires “filing a Privacy Act request to figure out which portion of your information is correct in the government database,” a process that can take more than 100 days.“During that time, the employer is supposed to keep the person employed, but what we see frequently is that that just is not followed,” he says. Employers may be reluctant to spend weeks training an employee, only to be forced to fire him if his appeal is rejected.

...“The Department of Homeland Security has admitted at least in briefings to Hill staff that the error rate will go up when the number of people added to the system goes up,” Calabrese says. Calabrese says the error rate is expected to rise for two reasons. One, the early participants in E-Verify were either employers who volunteered to participate or federal contractors who are likely to be sophisticated about interacting with the government. Nationwide E-Verify will force employers who are less knowledgeable and less enthusiastic about the program to participate.

There’s also a risk that Congress won’t provide sufficient resources for the Social Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security, the agencies that manage the E-Verify Database, to deal with the dramatically higher volume of appeals a nationwide E-Verify system would produce. That could produce long lines and slow responses, increasing the pain of being wrongly rejected.
OMTE

Adel, GA

#19723 Jul 25, 2013
Check this out though. This is something that nobody wants to discuss. This is truly the fleecing of America. It affects every race, even more than the drug cartels, by 10 fold. It is the number one cause of death for women in the country. I guess there ain't nothing better to do, but kill yourself. Obamacare hopefully will make the pain go away for more poor folks that can't afford it now. Yay! That will be the outcome anyway.(IMO) The people that are supposed to protect us and heal us are killing us for profit.

http://www.healthiertalk.com/prescription-dru...
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#19724 Jul 25, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Just keep in mind that almost all terrorist are Muslims. How is that for being simple.
Would that be in the US only, or the world, or just in countries that are predominately Muslim?
OMTE

Adel, GA

#19725 Jul 25, 2013
This is a real problem. That affects alot of people.

http://healthimpactnews.com/2011/prescription...

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#19726 Jul 25, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>IO is a prime example of the ideology that got us in the mess we're in. I'd say since Reagan there has been a steady decline of morals in our government. We loved Reagan or I did. He took that love as a weakness and made judgement errors on behalf of the people, that hurt the people and open the door to illegal aliens and by doing so Ignored the rule of law. He destroyed our trust and our neighborhoods with crack, that came with his mistakes. Since, most have become detached from our government and place their vote solely on emotions. With the thought in the back of their mind that they are both evil. With this detachment from the facts based on merit opens the door to blind trust and poor decisions. Then once sides are chosen then loyalty plays a factor. Pride also plays a role in the ability to admit one was wrong and also hinders focus on the task at hand. Throw in the fact that Obama appears black and you have followers that are dead set in their support of this man. I don't blame IO or Obama. I blame Reagan for the decline in the quality of our leaders, that has eventually lead us into blind politics and the destruction of the rule of law. I keep hope alive, by believing That America is the Greatest nation on Earth in history. With the greatest people in history and we still are. Our next great President could be the one to restore our greatness, trust in God, and our Laws. IO is smart in a crazy way. If he was truly a progressive, he'd judge the facts based on merit and not give his loyalty to anyone based on the color of their skin. Nor would he try and justify Obama's crimes, by comparing him to Bush, Reagan, or any false prophet.(IMO)
You have some very valid points in there, and I agree Reagan was absolutely wrong in his support of amnesty, but I just cannot agree to pointing back to Reagan for the condition of things as they currently exist. And you are dead on about loyalty and pride often blinding people to the faults of their party/leader. But your comment about how IO would look at merit rather skin color if he were a true progressive is completely off base, in my opinion.
The outer differences are what liberals/progressives look at first and foremost, then they judge accordingly. That is what to me constitutes the biggest weakness in credibility with the Democrat party while explaining one of the main reasons it succeeds. The Democrat party has very few core values one can point to that would be considered rallying points. It is far more a party comprised of disparate groups with each having their own pet priority and they come together and say I'll support your issue if you'll support mine. This group focuses on abortion, this group on union power, this group on gay rights, this group on supposed global warming (oops, I mean climate change), etc.
At its best, the Republican party is a party of ideals - individual freedom and rights with commensurate responsibilities, strong national defense, limited government, safety net for those truly incapable of caring for themselves, respect for life, fiscal and social conservatism, etc. Our problem, IMO, is that the current leadership is far more willing to hedge on these core values in order to get along in some foolish belief that that is what their constituents want - nope, we want strong leaders willing to take a stand for what made this country great.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#19727 Jul 25, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>I really wouldn't pay much attention if it were not for the papacys' long history of corruption and misconduct, you know.
I am no fan of Roman Catholicism, it has a long history of attempting to institute layers of separation between God and man for the purposes of increasing and maintaining its power and influence - my apologies to any Roman Catholics on here, but that is my belief. And you are right, its history is sordid in the extreme. That being said, I respected John Paul II and Francis appears to be a humble "man of the people" who is not interested in the pomp of his position and who could, like John Paul II, be a very good "face" for the Roman Catholic church. Time will tell.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#19728 Jul 25, 2013
OMTE wrote:
We have no business making enemies with Russia. We have no other obligation to the middle east, but to protect Israel. We have no right to involve ourselves with muslims fighting muslims.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-rt-us-...
Agreed, the one thing we can probably be sure of is that whichever side wins, they will hate us.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#19729 Jul 25, 2013
Where wrote:
Here's a must read for jeb, IO, and Oh my.
"Liberal media love new Jesus book 'Zealot', fail to mention author is Muslim."
"“Zealot” is a fast-paced demolition of the core beliefs that Christianity has taught about Jesus for 2,000 years."
"Reza Aslan, author of the new book,“Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth” has been interviewed on a host of media outlets in the last week. Riding a publicity wave, the book has surged to #2 on Amazon's list.
Media reports have introduced Aslan as a “religion scholar” but have failed to mention that he is a devout Muslim.
His book is not a historian’s report on Jesus. It is an educated Muslim’s opinion about Jesus -- yet the book is being peddled as objective history on national TV and radio."
This is the kind of book the Left LOVES to trot out and fawn all over. Hadn't heard of it, thanks for the heads up.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#19730 Jul 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Don't know how many will get this, but I envision Charlie Brown yelling: "THAT'S IT!!!!"
That's the very same image I get when reading this forum...

Obama the Muslim, Obama the Kenyan, Obama the Terrorist, Obama the Socialist, Libertards and Liberoids, the end of civilization from this that or the other agenda, take our country back, only WE know what is righteous and moral and pure, blah blah blah.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#19731 Jul 25, 2013
Where wrote:
A legal hit for murder on a baby.
"NBA Baller Enters Into An 'ABORTION CONTRACT' With His Girlfriend ... Pays Her To END HER PREGNANCY!!!"
http://cdn.mediatakeout.com/64068/mto-world-e...
Truly disgusting.
OMTE

Adel, GA

#19732 Jul 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
You have some very valid points in there, and I agree Reagan was absolutely wrong in his support of amnesty, but I just cannot agree to pointing back to Reagan for the condition of things as they currently exist. And you are dead on about loyalty and pride often blinding people to the faults of their party/leader. But your comment about how IO would look at merit rather skin color if he were a true progressive is completely off base, in my opinion.
The outer differences are what liberals/progressives look at first and foremost, then they judge accordingly. That is what to me constitutes the biggest weakness in credibility with the Democrat party while explaining one of the main reasons it succeeds. The Democrat party has very few core values one can point to that would be considered rallying points. It is far more a party comprised of disparate groups with each having their own pet priority and they come together and say I'll support your issue if you'll support mine. This group focuses on abortion, this group on union power, this group on gay rights, this group on supposed global warming (oops, I mean climate change), etc.
At its best, the Republican party is a party of ideals - individual freedom and rights with commensurate responsibilities, strong national defense, limited government, safety net for those truly incapable of caring for themselves, respect for life, fiscal and social conservatism, etc. Our problem, IMO, is that the current leadership is far more willing to hedge on these core values in order to get along in some foolish belief that that is what their constituents want - nope, we want strong leaders willing to take a stand for what made this country great.
I was just saying that alot of people I know, know very little about Obama. Some people do support him, because he's black and that's it. Some people that I know don't see what Obama is doing, because they trust that he's a black man, and he's gonna keep it real and do what's best for them. Some people I know say he can do whatever he wants, because all the white men before him done it. Well I'm here to say, I don't care what color he is, I ain't becoming no muslim. I also ain't gonna lay down while he trys to turn the South into little freaking mexico. That damn circus music drives me insane. Their a$$es have got to go. LoL. As for the progressive part. I was really meaning him as a progressive individual, not a political party. Some Democrats are conservatives, like John Barrow. I don't think you should put them all together.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#19733 Jul 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Jeb, you keep ignoring "make disciples of all the nations". Yes, it was the disciples that carried the message beyond Israel, but that was the point. Jesus brought the message and salvation. The apostles and other disciples were to then carry on after him.
Yeah, because there was no need salvation for 10's of thousands of years before Jesus came on the scene because there simply were no people in need of salvation outside of the small geographic region of the Levant. There were no people in Asia, India, SE Asia, Africa, or the the Americas that existed before this gift (and need) of salvation came to Earth.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#19734 Jul 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
Oh, you mean like:
(list of only left wing terrorists)
You forgot Eric Roudolph and...

Gunn was murdered in Pensacola, Florida by anti-abortionist Michael F. Griffin,[1][2][3] described by the New York Times as: "A fundamentalist Christian and a loner with a bad temper."[4] Griffin originally claimed to be acting "for God"; his attorneys would later assert on his behalf that he had been brainwashed by another anti-abortion activist, John Burt.[5]

From October 1998 through May 2009, Gunn was first of a total of four doctors murdered by killers proclaiming pro-life motivation. The others were doctors Barnett Slepian, John Britton and George Tiller. Gunn's murder helped lead to the passage of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act.[4] Gunn's death also prompted Paul Jennings Hill to issue the First Defensive Action Statement, signed by 30 anti-abortion leaders, which justifies the killing of abortionists to protect unborn children.[6]

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#19735 Jul 25, 2013
The Democratic Party is battling scandals from New York to San Diego and from city hall to Capitol Hill, as the party finds itself on the defensive over embarrassing lapses ranging from sexual misconduct to multiple scandals ensnaring the Obama administration.

nobama on Wednesday denounced what he called “phony scandals” and “an endless parade of distractions” blocking progress on the economy and other issues, but critics say the controversies underscore the missed opportunities for the president and his party to live up to their pledges to clean up politics and break traditional patterns of money, influence and privilege in government.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#19736 Jul 25, 2013
Democrats are retreating from Obamacare, according to the Washington Post. Hospitals are retreating from Obamacare. Americans broadly doubt Obamacare will help them. Consumers in most states won’t see reductions in premiums for their healthcare, contrary to what the Democrats claimed. In fact, there are twenty-seven ways in which Obamacare will increase the costs of your healthcare. In the meantime, Obamacare is costing jobs in Ohio and elsewhere.
OMTE

Adel, GA

#19737 Jul 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
You have some very valid points in there, and I agree Reagan was absolutely wrong in his support of amnesty, but I just cannot agree to pointing back to Reagan for the condition of things as they currently exist. And you are dead on about loyalty and pride often blinding people to the faults of their party/leader. But your comment about how IO would look at merit rather skin color if he were a true progressive is completely off base, in my opinion.
The outer differences are what liberals/progressives look at first and foremost, then they judge accordingly. That is what to me constitutes the biggest weakness in credibility with the Democrat party while explaining one of the main reasons it succeeds. The Democrat party has very few core values one can point to that would be considered rallying points. It is far more a party comprised of disparate groups with each having their own pet priority and they come together and say I'll support your issue if you'll support mine. This group focuses on abortion, this group on union power, this group on gay rights, this group on supposed global warming (oops, I mean climate change), etc.
At its best, the Republican party is a party of ideals - individual freedom and rights with commensurate responsibilities, strong national defense, limited government, safety net for those truly incapable of caring for themselves, respect for life, fiscal and social conservatism, etc. Our problem, IMO, is that the current leadership is far more willing to hedge on these core values in order to get along in some foolish belief that that is what their constituents want - nope, we want strong leaders willing to take a stand for what made this country great.
I do blame Reagan for our immigration problem. I do think most of our drug problem came from the illegal aliens, he encouraged to come here. I remember the 80's. I don't need a history lesson on Reagan. I know how things were before and after Reagan's amnesty bill. I seen how my hometown changed. How whole towns were overrun with drugs and mexicans. Hell they just caught a woman from my hometown with 43lbs of ice. I seen it change then and I see it changing now. It ain't for the better either. I just don't understand why Obama can't see what we are going through down here. I don't think he's stupid. I think he is doing it on purpose. It really is just about votes I think. Mexicans are cheaply bought. Oh and did I mention the whole rule of law thing Reagan broke. I know others done it too, but not like he did. He was pretty much a dictator himself.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#19738 Jul 25, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>I do blame Reagan for our immigration problem. I do think most of our drug problem came from the illegal aliens, he encouraged to come here. I remember the 80's. I don't need a history lesson on Reagan. I know how things were before and after Reagan's amnesty bill. I seen how my hometown changed. How whole towns were overrun with drugs and mexicans. Hell they just caught a woman from my hometown with 43lbs of ice. I seen it change then and I see it changing now. It ain't for the better either. I just don't understand why Obama can't see what we are going through down here. I don't think he's stupid. I think he is doing it on purpose. It really is just about votes I think. Mexicans are cheaply bought. Oh and did I mention the whole rule of law thing Reagan broke. I know others done it too, but not like he did. He was pretty much a dictator himself.
nobama is doing it on purpose.
OMTE

Adel, GA

#19740 Jul 25, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
nobama is doing it on purpose.
Well I don't care if Obama comes out the closet, kicks his ole lady out, and moves his boyfriend Morsi in. I still ain't bein no muslim. I ain't wearin a knitted wave cap or carryin no welcome mat to do crazy chant on either. If Obama wants to make drugs the only business available to Americans, well make it illegal for mexicans to get caught with drugs and not us. Give us that niche. I can sell ice to a eskimo. If I didn't have to worry about gettin locked up. Switch it up Obama. We gotta eat too dawg. LoL.

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