Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Mckeesport, PA

#50902 Jul 10, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
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Taxes are the cost of living in the greatest country on the planet. You get a lot for your money, so why pretend that it's all going to loafers when the facts clearly show otherwise?
Income tax is punishment for working.

Property tax is paying rent to the government for YOUR property - or is it 'your property', huh collectivist?

The IRS is the enforcement arm of the criminal Federal Reserve Banking system.

The federal leviathan is out of control, and it is theft to take MY EARNINGS and distribute them to ANYONE - period!

Portland, OR

#50903 Jul 10, 2013
What you going to do about it dumb ass? There is two things guaranteed in life, death and taxes. You racial hating tea bags need to take that simple minded B.S to the rally.
Laura Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#50905 Jul 11, 2013
The real G Bush..........intelligence at its best LMAO!

Well done Obama

Roubaix, France

#50908 Jul 11, 2013

"For the last several months,

we've heard the White House repeatedly pledge to Congress and the American people that the president's Affordable Care Act will be ready on schedule,"


Brady, the subcommittee chair, said in his opening statement.

"In fact,

Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently insisted before this very committee that the White House would not miss another Obamacare deadline.

Not one, not again.

"Shortly thereafter, the nation learned in a blog post of the embarrassing failure by the White House to have this major pillar of the new law in place on schedule.

The Treasury Department's announcement confirms our concerns.

Obamacare is simply not ready," Brady said.

- See more at:



Thanks for pointing out that excellent work,


Since: Jun 08

Not Waynesboro or Hagerstown

#50909 Jul 11, 2013
Dan's answer: All President's tell lies and miss deadlines. Even though I worship President Obama, I have sadly learned, he is human after all.

Portland, OR

#50910 Jul 11, 2013
General, ahhhhh blow it out. Go back to bible thumping for your Limbaugh god. Your ignorance proves that's almighty. We could have saved trillions by postponing the Iraq war to never. Your a small minded part of tea bags
Well done Bennie

Moorpark, CA

#50912 Jul 11, 2013

Watching Bernanke Day Trade The Economy

“The Federal Reserve is not currently forecasting a recession.”

Ben Bernanke, Jan. 2008

“The Federal Reserve cuts the funds rate to 0.25% and announces unconventional measures to take country out of recession.”

- Bloomberg December 2008


Yes Ben, do give us some more of your prognostications about future unemployment, inflation and growth.

In March of or 2007, Ben told us this:

“At this juncture, however, the impact on the broader economy and financial markets of the problems in the sub-prime market seems likely to be contained.

In particular, mortgages to prime borrowers and fixed-rate mortgages to all classes of borrowers continue to perform well, with low rates of delinquency.”


Hey Ben, what are your feelings on assisting banks and other lenders should they get in trouble?

“It is not the responsibility of the Federal Reserve

– nor would it be appropriate

– to protect lenders and investors from the consequences of their financial decisions.”–October 2007


Hey Ben I’d love to know your opinion on housing.

“Housing markets are cooling a bit.

Our expectation is that the decline in activity or the slowing in activity will be moderate, that house prices will probably continue to rise.”

-May 2006


Thanks for pointing out that excellent work.


Seattle, WA

#50914 Jul 11, 2013
The queen racial hater DUMB ASS taxi is back. Tea bags say bravo.

Seattle, WA

#50916 Jul 11, 2013
The bill is dead on arrival in the senate, ha ha ha
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#50917 Jul 11, 2013
Henry Paulson was nominated on May 30, 2006, by U.S. President George W. Bush to succeed John Snow as the Treasury Secretary.[15] On June 28, 2006, he was confirmed by the United States Senate to serve in the position.[16] Paulson was sworn in at a ceremony held at the Treasury Department on the morning of July 10, 2006.

In April 2007, he delivered an upbeat assessment of the economy, saying growth was healthy and the housing market was nearing a turnaround. "All the signs I look at" show "the housing market is at or near the bottom," Paulson said in a speech to a business group in New York. The U.S. economy is "very healthy" and "robust," Paulson said.

On March 26, 2008, Secretary Paulson said in remarks at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce,“As we work our way through this turbulence, our highest priority is limiting its impact on the real economy. We must maintain stable, orderly and liquid financial markets and our banks must continue to play their vital role of supporting the economy by making credit available to consumers and businesses

On July 20, 2008, after the failure of Indymac Bank, Paulson reassured the public by saying,“it's a safe banking system, a sound banking system. Our regulators are on top of it. This is a very manageable situation

On November 20, 2008, during remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Secretary Paulson said,“We are working through a severe financial crisis caused by many factors, including government inaction and mistaken actions, outdated U.S. and global financial regulatory systems, and by the excessive risk-taking of financial institutions. This combination of factors led to a critical stage this fall when the entire U.S. financial system was at risk. This should never happen again. The United States must lead global financial reform efforts, and we must start by getting our own house in order.

On September 19, 2008, Paulson called for the U.S. government to use hundreds of billions of Treasury dollars to help financial firms clean up nonperforming mortgages threatening the liquidity of those firms.[34] Because of his leadership and public appearances on this issue, the press labeled these measures the "Paulson financial rescue plan" or simply the Paulson Plan.

Henry Paulson was the 74th United States Secretary of the Treasury from July 2006 - January of 2009........

That damn Ben Bernanke ruined the economy !!!
Faux News

West Mifflin, PA

#50918 Jul 11, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
House Republicans push to slash IRS budget by 24 percent, cite abuses and sequestration
House Republicans want the IRS to pay for targeting political groups and are pushing legislation that would cut the tax collecting agency’s budget by $3 billion -- nearly a quarter of what it received last fiscal year.
The House Appropriations Committee is scheduled to start “marking up” the spending bill Wednesday.
While it’s unlikely that such a severe cut will pass both congressional chambers, it does give lawmakers another opportunity to verbally punish the agency for unfairly scrutinizing conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
The bill would place additional restrictions on spending at the IRS and prohibit employees from implementing the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act – commonly referred to as ObamaCare. It also bans conferences, the production of videos and curbs what lawmakers see as a number of abuses at the IRS.
LMAO! The GOP wants to lay off thousands of IRS workers then pizz and moan that Obama isnt creating jobs fast enough ........!!
NICE! And now back to Fox news with Sean and Bill O'Reilly will be on later this evening ......!!!!
Rush L

West Mifflin, PA

#50919 Jul 11, 2013
"Let them go bankrupt, reorganize and start from scratch"!-Mitt Romney 2102 !!!!!!!!!!
Red Rose

Clearfield, PA

#50920 Jul 11, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
The queen racial hater DUMB ASS taxi is back. Tea bags say bravo.
You are nothing more than a stupid POS just like your dad. It's no wonder he is ashamed and refuses to aknowledge you. You are the result of what happens when first cousins marry.

Seattle, WA

#50922 Jul 11, 2013
Try the tea bag public opinion poll, dumb ass. You were only right with the PRESIDENT OBAMA part of your forum wah wah session.that doesn't surprise this great country
teabaggers on the march

West Mifflin, PA

#50923 Jul 11, 2013
John Boehner, Speaker of the House has repeatedly refused to give a straight answer on whether he supports allowing undocumented immigrants to eventually become citizens, arguing that it's not helpful for him to voice a view publicly because he should instead listen to his members. His only firm lines have been that a Senate-passed bill will go nowhere in the House, and that border security must come before legalization.

But for now, there's no consensus within the House Republican conference, or within the lower chamber as a whole, on what to do about immigration reform -- or even if legislators should do anything. Boehner did not say whether he would "find out" if GOP members could support legalization or a path to citizenship by holding a vote, or if that discovery would only involve continued conversations.

Boehner, for his part, argued that the House should and must act on reform in some way, a pitch he also made to his members at a GOP conference meeting on immigration on Wednesday. "Republicans ought to be part of the solution," he told reporters on Thursday.

When the GOP starts to embrace blacks, gays, immigrants, abortion,women's rights,disabled,elderly,and vets then and only then will they get a Republican in the Whitehouse !!
teabaggers on the march

West Mifflin, PA

#50924 Jul 11, 2013
the best part of all of this is no matter what the Republicans do they lose its bad for them

if they did pass the bill the Republicans will implode as a party

if they don't pass it every minority in this country will look at them with disdain for eternity

Like rearranging the chairs on the Titanic !!!
teabaggers on the march

West Mifflin, PA

#50925 Jul 11, 2013
Former Republican President George Bush did a lot of photo ops and speeches on immigration reform this week. The guy is trying to undermine Speaker Boehner even further. It also appears from yesterday's meeting that the majority of the Republicans in the House don't trust or believe John Boehner. John Boehner seems to have become a deserving but nonetheless sad object of derision in the GOP.
teabaggers on the march

West Mifflin, PA

#50926 Jul 11, 2013
Talk about being between a rock and a hard place:

1. Don't pass it and slowly but surely succumb to the inevitability of the demographic changes
2. Pass it and potentially lose your job as speaker

This whole thing kind'a reminds me of the movie Lincoln - when he had to make the decision around outlawing slavery and had to show incredible profile in courage doing so. Yes, Yes, Yes. I know that those circumstances are not the same as this CIR Bill, but elements of it are similar - a leader faced with a tough decision:

1. Toe the party-line or cater to the baser elements of his party
2. Look at the broader long-term picture or acquiesce to the dictates of short-term politics

What's a House Leader to do?

teabaggers on the march

West Mifflin, PA

#50927 Jul 11, 2013
Secure the border? How- electric fence? Trenches with alligators. Those are two GOP ideas. Meanwhile there are 11 million people here that have no where to go. They are here, we need to deal with them now. Not in 10 years after the GOP have dragged their feet over border security. Fences are scalled, dug under. Fix the laws and it will stem the tide of illegal immigration. Guest worker program, would be a good start.
K Kane

West Mifflin, PA

#50928 Jul 11, 2013
State Attorney Gen. Kathleen Kane announced Thursday in Philadelphia that she will not defend Pennsylvania’s law effectively banning same-sex marriage against a legal challenge in federal court.

The 47-year-old Kane, who made waves Thursday by refusing to defend the state’s same-sex marriage ban in federal court, has quickly established herself as an up-and-coming Democrat who is willing to challenge powerful politicians to achieve her aims. She has already clashed repeatedly with her state’s Republican governor, Tom Corbett, who is slipping in the polls and must now defend Pennsylvania’s gay marriage law on his own.

“It’s the role of the attorney general to be an independently elected voice,” Kane said the day after winning the attorney’s general race.“People see politics as a close-knit, good ol’ boy network, and I want to change that starting Day One.”

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