xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#19792 Aug 7, 2013
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
It's easy to forget now, but the late 90s was the time of the tech boom. Certain technical skills were suddenly worth a lot of money. Ever upward stock prices were a source of daily happiness. Lots of folks were feeling very flush, and the idea of ditching fixed benefit pensions in favor of a pension tied to personal investments sounded like a pretty good bet.
After a brutal stock market correction, followed by a decade of a flat growth, that fixed benefit pension is now a fading standard, which everyone still remembers and desires, but very few achieve.
The tech boom was something that fell into Clinton's lap. Few forget who was running Congress at the time. Congress--the people in charge of our federal checkbook, balanced the budget and even created a so-called future surplus. Clinton had a miserable start until Hillary introduced Hillary Care. It was then voters made a historical vote that changed leadership of Congress from Democrat to Republican.

What I can credit Clinton with is listening to the views of his adversaries. It was Gingrich who suggested lowering the tax rate on capital gains which Clinton did. He also took advice from Greenspan which helped considerably. Clinton vetoed Welfare Reform twice, but was forced into signing the Republican bill because he knew this is what Americans wanted and would give him a better chance at a second term.

DumBama is quite the opposite. DumBama refuses to deal with Republicans unless it's an exchange for Socialism or more government dependency. This is because DumBama is a party first--country second President, and this is also why we have a stagnant 7.5% unemployment rate for nearly five years.
Pops

Newport, KY

#19793 Aug 7, 2013
Scandalbot wrote:
<quoted text>
So the state under your name is a lie? Thanks for clearing that up. Wonder what else you lie about?
YOU are such a 'Jackwagon' as to have no peers.
NationalEnquirer Scandals

Canton, OH

#19794 Aug 7, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The tech boom was something that fell into Clinton's lap. Few forget who was running Congress at the time. Congress--the people in charge of our federal checkbook, balanced the budget and even created a so-called future surplus. Clinton had a miserable start until Hillary introduced Hillary Care. It was then voters made a historical vote that changed leadership of Congress from Democrat to Republican.
What I can credit Clinton with is listening to the views of his adversaries. It was Gingrich who suggested lowering the tax rate on capital gains which Clinton did. He also took advice from Greenspan which helped considerably. Clinton vetoed Welfare Reform twice, but was forced into signing the Republican bill because he knew this is what Americans wanted and would give him a better chance at a second term.
DumBama is quite the opposite. DumBama refuses to deal with Republicans unless it's an exchange for Socialism or more government dependency. This is because DumBama is a party first--country second President, and this is also why we have a stagnant 7.5% unemployment rate for nearly five years.
Blah blah blah..."The internet is a series of tubes..."-90s GOP
NationalEnquirer Scandals

Canton, OH

#19795 Aug 7, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The tech boom was something that fell into Clinton's lap. Few forget who was running Congress at the time. Congress--the people in charge of our federal checkbook, balanced the budget and even created a so-called future surplus. Clinton had a miserable start until Hillary introduced Hillary Care. It was then voters made a historical vote that changed leadership of Congress from Democrat to Republican.
What I can credit Clinton with is listening to the views of his adversaries. It was Gingrich who suggested lowering the tax rate on capital gains which Clinton did. He also took advice from Greenspan which helped considerably. Clinton vetoed Welfare Reform twice, but was forced into signing the Republican bill because he knew this is what Americans wanted and would give him a better chance at a second term.
DumBama is quite the opposite. DumBama refuses to deal with Republicans unless it's an exchange for Socialism or more government dependency. This is because DumBama is a party first--country second President, and this is also why we have a stagnant 7.5% unemployment rate for nearly five years.
Yawn...
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/f...
NationalEnquirer Scandals

Canton, OH

#19796 Aug 7, 2013
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>YOU are such a 'Jackwagon' as to have no peers.
And you are an adult diaper stuck to the wheel of a Hoveround. Go polish yer' guns, hound doggie. America left your cave man sh1t in the dust 2 elections ago. Deal with it.
Pops

Newport, KY

#19797 Aug 7, 2013
Scandalbot wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm just rattling his cage because he always butts in but then calls everyone else rude. Also, I have caught him blurting out things, on purpose or not, that are just plain false. His claim about our deficit under Obama for instance. Many of the links people provide on here as "fact", usually lead directly to a Tea Party propaganda site.
Your mind is in quicksand. And It is sinking.
Like I said B4...IF one posts on any thread, they are open to any subsequent comments/replies. There is nothing 'rude' about that.
YOU did NOT realize that the only object between Cincy & Newport are separated ONLY by the Ohio River & 2 bridges. Then there's the TANK bus service That runs most of the day running between Newport & Cincy.
I did clarify my debt/deficit post which was then correct & you choose to ignore it. We ALL miss-word things from time to time.
Then you come up with the "rattling his cage" statement that is as baseless as any propaganda that I have ever read/heard.
You can be very entertaining.
Another character/personality problem that YOU have is that YOU do NOT tolerate that there are other FIRST AMENDMENT rights out there to disagree or have different opinions out there. So you fall back to insults & name calling. Pretty shallow sir. Pretty immature. Pretty unintelligent. Pretty disrespectful. Pretty intolerant. Pretty forgetful of the 1st Amendment.
But then maybe I am lying like you all too often accuse me of.
Pops

Newport, KY

#19798 Aug 7, 2013
NationalEnquirerScandals wrote:
<quoted text>
And you are an adult diaper stuck to the wheel of a Hoveround. Go polish yer' guns, hound doggie. America left your cave man sh1t in the dust 2 elections ago. Deal with it.
YOU just proved my previous post about the immature name calling & insults that it seems YOU were entering as I was typing/key punching at the same time.
I am so pleased to NOT be a branch of your family tree or part of YOUR gene puddle. Life is good for me!!
Pops

Newport, KY

#19799 Aug 7, 2013
Has anyone noticed that of all of the posters on here, ONE from Canton keeps changing their I.D. name?
It isn't XXX, Old Guy, Woo-Boy, Reality Speaks, Anonymous of Indy, Pops etc.
What's with that? Just wondering.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#19800 Aug 7, 2013
Pops wrote:
Has anyone noticed that of all of the posters on here, ONE from Canton keeps changing their I.D. name?
It isn't XXX, Old Guy, Woo-Boy, Reality Speaks, Anonymous of Indy, Pops etc.
What's with that? Just wondering.
I seen that too maybe he has something to worry about.

JANUARY 17, 2012 6:04PM

Is Topix giving out users personal data to the NSA?

http://open.salon.com/blog/virginia888/2011/1...
animal control

Bluffton, OH

#19801 Aug 7, 2013
old guy may actually be a 14yo guirl though 4 awl ewe noe....plus why would the ennessey need any company to give them anything, isn't hijacking-the-airway's their speciality....?....im sure they would not need to ask any internet forum for help err nuttin'
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#19802 Aug 8, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
The tech boom was something that fell into Clinton's lap. Few forget who was running Congress at the time. Congress--the people in charge of our federal checkbook, balanced the budget and even created a so-called future surplus. Clinton had a miserable start until Hillary introduced Hillary Care. It was then voters made a historical vote that changed leadership of Congress from Democrat to Republican.
What I can credit Clinton with is listening to the views of his adversaries. It was Gingrich who suggested lowering the tax rate on capital gains which Clinton did. He also took advice from Greenspan which helped considerably. Clinton vetoed Welfare Reform twice, but was forced into signing the Republican bill because he knew this is what Americans wanted and would give him a better chance at a second term.
DumBama is quite the opposite. DumBama refuses to deal with Republicans unless it's an exchange for Socialism or more government dependency. This is because DumBama is a party first--country second President, and this is also why we have a stagnant 7.5% unemployment rate for nearly five years.
Gingrich was also the leader that shut the government down and that cost them dearly. And that last paragraph is so wrong it's not even funny. Anyone who doesn't have their head in the sand has seen nothing but refusal to deal on anything that helps this country move forward unless it helps the GOP's donors. They do nothing but obstruct and filibuster anything that will help out the middle class just to make Obama look bad, all the while showing Americans just how they are bought and paid for. There was a jobs bill put before them and they killed it instantly and then cry about jobs and the unemployment rate and then falsely cry they all care about jobs. The only thing they care about is getting re-elected and sucking up to the likes of ALEC and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce corporate lies and distortions of the facts.

Since: Aug 12

United States

#19803 Aug 8, 2013
What the hell is a jobs bill to democrats????

WTF....

Abolishing all corporate taxes would be a hell of a jobs bill. Thered be so many corporations flock to the US there wouldnt be enough people to work the jobs.
PopsIsAWeasel

Canton, OH

#19804 Aug 8, 2013
Pops wrote:
Has anyone noticed that of all of the posters on here, ONE from Canton keeps changing their I.D. name?
It isn't XXX, Old Guy, Woo-Boy, Reality Speaks, Anonymous of Indy, Pops etc.
What's with that? Just wondering.
Gee, after months of posts, you just noticed that? Just so you know, Reagan isn't president anymore. Also, give the whole "he called me names" gig a rest. I already proved what a hypocrite you are on that subject.
PopsIsAWeasel

Canton, OH

#19805 Aug 8, 2013
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>Your mind is in quicksand. And It is sinking.
Like I said B4...IF one posts on any thread, they are open to any subsequent comments/replies. There is nothing 'rude' about that.
YOU did NOT realize that the only object between Cincy & Newport are separated ONLY by the Ohio River & 2 bridges. Then there's the TANK bus service That runs most of the day running between Newport & Cincy.
I did clarify my debt/deficit post which was then correct & you choose to ignore it. We ALL miss-word things from time to time.
Then you come up with the "rattling his cage" statement that is as baseless as any propaganda that I have ever read/heard.
You can be very entertaining.
Another character/personality problem that YOU have is that YOU do NOT tolerate that there are other FIRST AMENDMENT rights out there to disagree or have different opinions out there. So you fall back to insults & name calling. Pretty shallow sir. Pretty immature. Pretty unintelligent. Pretty disrespectful. Pretty intolerant. Pretty forgetful of the 1st Amendment.
But then maybe I am lying like you all too often accuse me of.
Hey "Jackwagon", do you need me to post 10 links of you doing the same thing again? Americans have spoken. Out to pasture with you and yours, old clown.
Pops

Newport, KY

#19806 Aug 8, 2013
animal control wrote:
old guy may actually be a 14yo guirl though 4 awl ewe noe....plus why would the ennessey need any company to give them anything, isn't hijacking-the-airway's their speciality....?....im sure they would not need to ask any internet forum for help err nuttin'
WTF??
Pops

Newport, KY

#19808 Aug 8, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text> Anyone who doesn't have their head in the sand has seen nothing but refusal to deal on anything that helps this country move forward unless it helps the GOP's donors. They do nothing but obstruct and filibuster anything that will help out the middle class just to make Obama look bad, all the while showing Americans just how they are bought and paid for. There was a jobs bill put before them and they killed it instantly and then cry about jobs and the unemployment rate and then falsely cry they all care about jobs. The only thing they care about is getting re-elected and sucking up to the likes of ALEC and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce corporate lies and distortions of the facts.
Most of what you say is quite true. Here is something else that is true. There's a paradox in as much as it takes TWO or more to disagree or to NOT compromise. Someone can not realistically blame just one side for a lack of compromise.
As I see it there are 2 basic problems in this country right now: People can not seem to agree to disagree & move on to what common ground that does exist today. They have to call names & cast blame. Next is the theory that just as much as our so reps, the voters want what benefits themselves instead of what would better benefit the country as a whole. Which would ultimately benefit the individual.
The government needs to quit spending what it doesn't have to spend. We have examples in Turkey, Spain, Detroit & many many other places around the world. Another likely problem is that the U.S. economy is so large that no one could possibly 'bail us out' except for ourselves.
animal control

Bluffton, OH

#19809 Aug 8, 2013
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>WTF??
watt part confuses you.....?....
Fly Boy

United States

#19811 Aug 8, 2013
We don't need John Kasich in office because he don't do nothing good for Ohio. We absolutely do NOT need the "Right to Work" bill passed because it is a bad thing for us, it will lower the wages and get rid of the Unions that are a voice for Working people, job safety, full time work rather than 39 hours a week so your employer can say that you are a part time employee so you don't get the benefits like "Health Care" etc. With wages being lower it will be less Social Security money for you when you retire.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#19812 Aug 8, 2013
Fly Boy wrote:
We don't need John Kasich in office because he don't do nothing good for Ohio. We absolutely do NOT need the "Right to Work" bill passed because it is a bad thing for us, it will lower the wages and get rid of the Unions that are a voice for Working people, job safety, full time work rather than 39 hours a week so your employer can say that you are a part time employee so you don't get the benefits like "Health Care" etc. With wages being lower it will be less Social Security money for you when you retire.
There is no law that says an employer has to give you anything be it full or part-time. Businesses move to right-to-work states and those with lower taxation. That's why California is losing businesses and population at the same time. On the other hand, our state is doing quite well under Kasich even when it was the worst of times.

If you want to worry about being part-time, then you better focus on ObamaCare. It's Obama Care that's causing more employers to hire part-time workers and convert their full time workers to part time in order to stay under the 50 employee mandate.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#19813 Aug 8, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Gingrich was also the leader that shut the government down and that cost them dearly. And that last paragraph is so wrong it's not even funny. Anyone who doesn't have their head in the sand has seen nothing but refusal to deal on anything that helps this country move forward unless it helps the GOP's donors. They do nothing but obstruct and filibuster anything that will help out the middle class just to make Obama look bad, all the while showing Americans just how they are bought and paid for. There was a jobs bill put before them and they killed it instantly and then cry about jobs and the unemployment rate and then falsely cry they all care about jobs. The only thing they care about is getting re-elected and sucking up to the likes of ALEC and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce corporate lies and distortions of the facts.
Albert Einstein once said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results each time.

The so-called jobs bill was nothing more than repeat of the so-called stimulus package that DumBama passed that turned out to be a total failure and a total waste of money. Thank God Republicans were in charge to stop another one.

Yes Gingrich was responsible for shutting down the government back in the 90's. Did anybody notice? But even after that shut-down, Republicans continued to keep leadership in the House right up to 2006.

If DumBama really wanted to create jobs, he would rescind Obama Care. It's that law alone responsible for timid hiring in this country and no growth. He could also quit attacking companies left and right. He could quit being the most anti-business President in our lifetime as well. Maybe that would actually help the economy and create jobs.

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