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#21014 Aug 2, 2013
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I made a typo and auto correct. Take a few deep breaths it will be ok. With the way things are looking I can understand how you would get yourself all worked up. Truly I can understand why you are so upset. Sad isn't it
You are an assclown who has run out of material regarding the subject at hand and result to ad hominems, which is a step above surrender stage. You will cave or go beserk not because of us but because of your own ineptitude.

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#21015 Aug 2, 2013
You have been reduced to repeating yourself so soon?

I live in the real world. You know, the world where if we don't like what we see going on around us, we educate ourselves and take control of our own destiny. My experience is that people like you actually think the choice of a president is going to somehow make your life magically better. It's not. If you're that poor that paying a few extra dollars in taxes is going to break you, then it's all over for you anyway.

You have to work 50 hours a week? LMAO. Next time get an education and a job where you get paid well for what you know instead of how many hors you put in.

Still obsessed with the name calling, huh?

This is starting to sound very familiar.
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ROFL You do not bother me with your name calling. Why don't you try educating yourself in the real world. This fantasy world of yours has got to be getting old. Now calm yourself down and go check the mail box for your monthly check. Don't worry I will keep working 50 hours a week to make sure you are taken care of

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#21016 Aug 2, 2013
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You are an assclown who has run out of material regarding the subject at hand and result to ad hominems, which is a step above surrender stage. You will cave or go beserk not because of us but because of your own ineptitude.
I'm pretty sure she's just someone trying to play a role she's not very well suited for. How many other people do we know who obsess over people getting called names?
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#21018 Aug 2, 2013
First of all, no one can one negotiate in good faith with people who don't live in the real world. It's counter productive--just like Tea Baggers.

Secondly, the only way I could "keep up" with you is to go backwards and I have no intention of doing that.
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Obstructionists can be anybody unwilling to negotiate in good faith with the other side. Maybe you should quit trying to be cute and just try to keep up.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#21019 Aug 2, 2013
First of all if Clinton had been the great president you all loved then he would have had a backbone and NOT signed the tax base overseas. Then we were going to war over 9/11, but one location was wrong. Plus Bush was not a economic guru by any imagination. I agree about the China credit card. Now if Obama should of started out with economics and help build the country up first, then he would have had more momentum for Obama care. He put the cart before the horse. That is why they lost the house.

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#21020 Aug 2, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
First of all if Clinton had been the great president you all loved then he would have had a backbone and NOT signed the tax base overseas. Then we were going to war over 9/11, but one location was wrong. Plus Bush was not a economic guru by any imagination. I agree about the China credit card. Now if Obama should of started out with economics and help build the country up first, then he would have had more momentum for Obama care. He put the cart before the horse. That is why they lost the house.
He did start out with some economic help, but once the nuts got hung up on Obamacare, republicans lost their little minds.

Same thing with the economy. They oppose everything dems try to do and then whine about the economy. Who do you think is going to pay the price for that? Democrats? You might not like their ideas, but at least they have some.

And what have republicans done?

Tried to repeal Obamacare 40 times.

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#21021 Aug 2, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
First of all if Clinton had been the great president you all loved then he would have had a backbone and NOT signed the tax base overseas. Then we were going to war over 9/11, but one location was wrong. Plus Bush was not a economic guru by any imagination. I agree about the China credit card. Now if Obama should of started out with economics and help build the country up first, then he would have had more momentum for Obama care. He put the cart before the horse. That is why they lost the house.
Is it too much for you guys to grasp the fact tha Obamacare IS AN ECONOMIC AID? I mean, you do realize that our health care system is the single largest drain on our economy, the leading cause of bankruptcy and is of poorer quality than every other modern country? It doesn't work. For-profit health care failed. Totally. Even if people who lived in reality pretended that they didn't care that poor people can't get health care, it's still an absolute failure. The GOP has NO SOLUTION WHATSOEVER. Vouchers. That was their plan. Even republicans weren't going to play that dumb game.

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#21022 Aug 2, 2013
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He did start out with some economic help, but once the nuts got hung up on Obamacare, republicans lost their little minds.
Same thing with the economy. They oppose everything dems try to do and then whine about the economy. Who do you think is going to pay the price for that? Democrats? You might not like their ideas, but at least they have some.
And what have republicans done?
Tried to repeal Obamacare 40 times.
I love it when dumb tea baggers block every measure aimed at helping the economy, then bitch about the economy. It's the same logic as thinking that they can offend the majority of Americans with their bullshit and still win elections that require a majority of Americans. I'd call them stupid but that's become a "mute" point.

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#21023 Aug 2, 2013
SFHunter wrote:
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Obstructionists can be anybody unwilling to negotiate in good faith with the other side. Maybe you should quit trying to be cute and just try to keep up.
Not when we're speaking about the current political climate. When somebody says "obstructionism," or "obstructionists" or "racist obstructionism," EVERYBODY knows the reference is to tea baggers and conservatives currently serving as lawmakers in US government. Perhaps you should stop playing dumb. Or, maybe it isn't a ruse?
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#21024 Aug 2, 2013
To start off, we do not know yet if Obama care is and aid or hinderence. We will not know until it is in full swing. Obama had both house and senete for his first two years. If he had any good economic changes, then would have been the time to do it. So lets not think they thought this out first. It is basic economics. You build a tax base before you tax.

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#21025 Aug 2, 2013
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I love it when dumb tea baggers block every measure aimed at helping the economy, then bitch about the economy. It's the same logic as thinking that they can offend the majority of Americans with their bullshit and still win elections that require a majority of Americans. I'd call them stupid but that's become a "mute" point.
It's arrogance on the part of republican politicians.

Stupidity on the part of republican voters.
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#21027 Aug 2, 2013
I explained this to you once. Gave you a link to prove that HE DID NOT HAVE A FILIBUSTER PROOF MAJORITY FOR TWO YEARS.

Yet you continue to tell the same lies. Just more proof that republicans cannot be educated. Your party knew that if they picked the least educated dolts and appealed to their sense of fear, they could tell you anything.
Well Duh wrote:
To start off, we do not know yet if Obama care is and aid or hinderence. We will not know until it is in full swing. Obama had both house and senete for his first two years. If he had any good economic changes, then would have been the time to do it. So lets not think they thought this out first. It is basic economics. You build a tax base before you tax.

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#21028 Aug 2, 2013
https://www.google.com/search...

Obama DID NOT have a filibuster proof super majority.

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#21029 Aug 2, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
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It's arrogance on the part of republican politicians.
Stupidity on the part of republican voters.
Teabaggers are also rooting for a bad hurricane to hit the US to blame Obama somehow in retaliation for Katrina and Bush fiddling his geetar while the GOP blamed Dems and it backfired, also exposed incompetence with Bush admin figures. They have failed at other attempts for payback and every time they try they get laughed at.

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#21030 Aug 2, 2013
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#21032 Aug 2, 2013
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I have said before that the failure of the Republican Party to rein in the Tea Party is costing Republicans stature and, more importantly, votes. However, there are plenty of partisans on both sides of the aisle. While I personally support the Affordable Care Act, just think how much better the bill might have been if Democrats and Republicans would have worked together for the good of the country. Both sides need to start moving more toward the center.
We did. Obamacare was a compromise. It started as a single payer health system. Look at cap-and-trade. That was the GOP compromise back when Bill was stomping their asses. Now it's the democratic plan fought by the GOP. Democrats have moved toward the center. The tea baggers just flew off the f_cking table. I voted for Obama because I thought he'd be radical. I wanted the drug war to be ended, Iraq and Afghanistan to be done with within days, a war on poverty started, deep investments in education and energy, a single-payer healthcare system and tax the bejesus out of people who earn over a half million a year. None of that happened in the name of "compromise." Which is why I contend that Hillary won't even use the word. If the dumb tea baggers didn't like Obamacare jammed down their ignorant throats, they should just quit. Because that bitch won't even entertain the idea of a compromise. Get used to hearing the words "executive orders."

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#21033 Aug 2, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
I explained this to you once. Gave you a link to prove that HE DID NOT HAVE A FILIBUSTER PROOF MAJORITY FOR TWO YEARS.
Yet you continue to tell the same lies. Just more proof that republicans cannot be educated. Your party knew that if they picked the least educated dolts and appealed to their sense of fear, they could tell you anything.
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It is about the fourth time you told these jugheads, they selectively refuse to acknowledge these discussions have been played out already (esp the Franken/Coileman dispute where Franken barely won), ruins the preplanned narrative Faux and/or RxUSH tells them to say.

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#21034 Aug 2, 2013
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Teabaggers are also rooting for a bad hurricane to hit the US to blame Obama somehow in retaliation for Katrina and Bush fiddling his geetar while the GOP blamed Dems and it backfired, also exposed incompetence with Bush admin figures. They have failed at other attempts for payback and every time they try they get laughed at.
Katrina is what happens when you have an ignorant cowboy appoint his buddy whose qualifications were - get this shit - being the head of the Texas Arabian Horse Association, to run the world's largest emergency response system. Hilarious. Good job brownie.
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#21036 Aug 2, 2013
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It is about the fourth time you told these jugheads, they selectively refuse to acknowledge these discussions have been played out already (esp the Franken/Coileman dispute where Franken barely won), ruins the preplanned narrative Faux and/or RxUSH tells them to say.
Most republicans don't live in the real world anyway. How can you have a discussion with someone who thinks they can piss off 60% of the voting population and still win. Reality is just not their strong suit.

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#21037 Aug 2, 2013
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If we get used to hearing the words "executive orders", how long will it be before we get used to hearing the word "dictator".
Then have your party take part in the democratic process instead obstructing it. These anarchist our out to shut down the government of a duly elected president simply because they are butt hurt.

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