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weight watchers

West Mifflin, PA

#55451 Jan 12, 2014
At some some point these so called conservatives need to take an honest look in the mirror and admit they have all become human garbage!
BRIDGEBENGHAZI !

Who knew what, where, when, how,???????
Prince Reinbus

Baltimore, MD

#55452 Jan 12, 2014
Barack ist der ausfall wrote:
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you sound like that idi*t "dannyBOY", a f***ing obamabot
Obamabot...hmmm. lets see where have we heard that before...

Oh yeah, that's right, its just more of your unoriginal gibberish...

Bought and paid for by the mass gibberish producing spambots by your overlords over at the "Club for Growth" or better know as "Slams-A-Lot".
freddy

United States

#55453 Jan 12, 2014
teddy
Prince Reinbus

Baltimore, MD

#55454 Jan 12, 2014
Correction: Spams-A-Lot.
Spell check
Prince Reinbus

Baltimore, MD

#55456 Jan 12, 2014
Luther wrote:
<quoted text>These same clueless fools think theynare putting it to the conservatives and tea party by posting here.
Have you handful of fools ever stepped back and noticed that you are the only posters that come here? People with intelligence don't waste their time with bigots and West Virginia hillbillies, that can only use gutter talk.
Well anyhow continue on with your low class hillbilly, bigoted conversations with the regular 5 or 6 of you.
Myself and others have become bored with you simpletons
.... you and who else?
All your alter ego personalities?

Don't let the door slam on your asss...you self righteous Ligonier hillbilly....
LBJ

Los Angeles, CA

#55457 Jan 12, 2014
Prince Reinbus wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a true stooge...that's all.
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"War on Poverty" and healthcare reform

In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.

Johnson set in motion bills and acts,[64]

creating programs such as

Head Start,

food stamps,

Work Study,

Medicare

and Medicaid, which still exist today.

“I’ll have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

- Lyndon B. Johnson

“These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness.

Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”

—Lyndon B. Johnson

..........that's all.
mass gibberish

Los Angeles, CA

#55458 Jan 12, 2014
Prince Reinbus wrote:
<quoted text>
Obamabot...hmmm. lets see where have we heard that before...
Oh yeah, that's right, its just more of your unoriginal gibberish...
Bought and paid for by the mass gibberish producing spambots by your overlords over at the "Club for Growth" or better know as "Slams-A-Lot".
..........

When facts are shown that cannot be disputed you either to not reply, disappear or you resort to name-calling.
baby clown boy

Los Angeles, CA

#55459 Jan 12, 2014
Prince Reinbus wrote:
<quoted text>
You are one delusional clown...no, no that's not it.
I take that back..
You're the Clown Prince of Delusion, now that's more appropriate and I should know because I Prince Reinbus am the Clown Prince of the RNC.
So you see I'm kind of an expert at spotting clowns and you're definately a blunt headed odd ball clown...yes you are now.
Now there baby clown boy, go back to sucking on Rush Limbaughs tete. I know that potent juice will calm your nerves.
..........

Democrats have been running our inner-cities for the past 30 to 40 years,

and blacks are still complaining about the same problems.

More than $7 trillion dollars have been spent on poverty programs since Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty with little, if any, impact on poverty.

Diabolically,

every election cycle,

Democrats blame Republicans for the deplorable conditions in the inner-cities,

then incite blacks to cast a protest vote against Republicans.

In order to break the Democrats’ stranglehold on the black vote and free black Americans from the Democrat Party’s economic plantation, we must shed the light of truth on the Democrats.

We must demonstrate that the Democrat Party policies of socialism and dependency on government handouts offer the pathway to poverty,

while Republican Party principles of hard work, personal responsibility,

getting a good education and ownership of homes and small businesses offer the pathway to prosperity.

..........

Now there baby clown boy, worship your black messiah.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55461 Jan 12, 2014
baby clown boy wrote:
<quoted text>
..........
Democrats have been running our inner-cities for the past 30 to 40 years,
and blacks are still complaining about the same problems.
More than $7 trillion dollars have been spent on poverty programs since Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty with little, if any, impact on poverty.
Diabolically,
every election cycle,
Democrats blame Republicans for the deplorable conditions in the inner-cities,
then incite blacks to cast a protest vote against Republicans.
In order to break the Democrats’ stranglehold on the black vote and free black Americans from the Democrat Party’s economic plantation, we must shed the light of truth on the Democrats.
We must demonstrate that the Democrat Party policies of socialism and dependency on government handouts offer the pathway to poverty,
while Republican Party principles of hard work, personal responsibility,
getting a good education and ownership of homes and small businesses offer the pathway to prosperity.
..........
Now there baby clown boy, worship your black messiah.
You're confused. The culture war is over and you lost.

Red states lead in poverty, welfare, dropout rate and teenage pregnancy. The blue states lead in income, standard of living, education and graduation rates. The blue states pay for the welfare conservative states to survive.

And it isn't even close.
Mitt R

West Mifflin, PA

#55465 Jan 12, 2014
Why do 'red states' have more poverty?

Americans do not have to guess what the country would be like if the small-government, conservative economic agenda were implemented on a national scale.
Many Republican-controlled, predominantly Southern “red states” already have. The result is not an abundance of prosperity from under taxed “job creators,” as often touted in sound bites and on the conservative candidate campaign trail. Instead, according to the numbers, it’s quite the opposite.
Smaller government austerity policies in red states have created macroeconomic societies with high poverty and low education rates. Low-paying jobs and lack of health care also dominate states that have implemented the smaller government theories of conservative ideology.
In Texas, for example, decades of Republican control, from the governor’s office down to state and local legislatures, has kept the Tea Party ideological model in place. And it has the highest poverty rate of “any large industrial state,” according to Texas Politics data.
The data showed similar high poverty rate numbers for other red states, including Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Lack of health care is also a bigger problem in states following the conservative Republican ideological view of less funding for government assistance programs.

Hunger is also a bigger problem among states where Republicans have had their way with local budgets. And while southern red states do not have a lock on growing US poverty rates, they still lead with the worse numbers. More than 24 percent of the people in Mississippi suffer from food deficiencies, with Alabama coming in second at nearly 23 percent.
Red States also top the charts for populations with lower education levels. The top 10 include Oklahoma, Tennessee, Indiana, Nevada, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Arkansas, Mississippi and West Virginia, according to Fox Business.

read more here:

http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/141...
Messus

Thailand

#55466 Jan 12, 2014
The New York Post

Gates memoir reveals Obama’s incompetence on foreign policy

With media attention focused on Chris Christie and Bridgegate, it was easy to miss a more important Washington story last week. The other shoe dropped on the Obama presidency.

Still battered at home by the ObamaCare debacle and the permanently sluggish economy, the last thing the White House wanted was bad news on foreign policy. But that’s exactly what it got, and then some, thanks to the shockingly scathing book by Robert Gates.

The former defense secretary offers the most devastating critique to come from an Obama insider. He paints the president as estranged from the very Afghan military surge he ordered and suspicious of and hostile toward top leaders of the armed forces.

Gates is especially critical of Vice President Joe Biden, writing that he has been “wrong on nearly every major foreign-policy and national-security issue over the past four decades.”
Geta

Ashburn, VA

#55467 Jan 12, 2014
Thanks, Obama and the Democrats!

>>-<<

The Washington Post

Second wave of health-insurance disruption affects small businesses

When millions of health-insurance plans were canceled last fall, the Obama administration tried to be reassuring, saying the terminations affected only the small minority of Americans who bought individual policies.

But according to industry analysts, insurers and state regulators, the disruption will be far greater, potentially affecting millions of people who receive insurance through small employers by the end of 2014.

While some cancellation notices already have gone out, insurers say the bulk of the letters will be sent in October, shortly before the next open-enrollment period begins. The timing — right before the midterm elections — could be difficult for Democrats who are already fending off Republican attacks about the Affordable Care Act and its troubled rollout.
G BUsh

West Mifflin, PA

#55468 Jan 13, 2014
ObamaCare Facts: Facts on the Affordable Care Act

Unbiased Facts on ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act), Health Care Reform, and the Health Insurance Marketplace.

http://www.obamacarefacts.com/
G BUsh

West Mifflin, PA

#55469 Jan 13, 2014
Chris Christie's career will be OVER if he's lying about Bridgegate involvement: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani
A handful of GOP officials offered their support for the New Jersey chief Sunday, but Giuliani said the scandal-stricken governor is putting his entire legacy on the line by saying he wasn't personally involved in the crippling lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.

“I think this is a story that's still developing and we should reserve judgment,” Rubio said on CBS’“Face the Nation.” And beyond that, I'm just not, don't know that much about it, other than what I've seen reported in the press.”

As questions continued to arise throughout the weekend over who in Christie’s office knew about the sinister traffic plot, the man leading the New Jersey state investigation into the offense, which is also being reviewed by the U.S. Attorney’s office and the FBI, suggested the probe could result in disastrous consequences for the governor.

“We’re no longer looking at just lane closures,” New Jersey State Assemblyman John Wisniewski said.“We’re looking at an abuse of power and an attempt to cover up that abuse of power.”

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/repu...
Pompilius

Rockville, MD

#55470 Jan 13, 2014
Months late and still a joke. Can't Obama, the bonehead community organizer, get anything right?

*****

The Huffington Post

Obamacare's Poorly Translated Spanish Website Frustrates Users

Mirroring problems with the federal health care website, people around the nation attempting to navigate the Spanish version have discovered their own set of difficulties.

The site, CuidadoDeSalud.gov , launched more than two months late.

A Web page with Spanish instructions linked users to an English form.

And the translations were so clunky and full of grammatical mistakes that critics say they must have been computer-generated — the name of the site itself can literally be read "for the caution of health."

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55471 Jan 13, 2014
Pompilius wrote:
Months late and still a joke. Can't Obama, the bonehead community organizer, get anything right?
*****
The Huffington Post
Obamacare's Poorly Translated Spanish Website Frustrates Users
Mirroring problems with the federal health care website, people around the nation attempting to navigate the Spanish version have discovered their own set of difficulties.
The site, CuidadoDeSalud.gov , launched more than two months late.
A Web page with Spanish instructions linked users to an English form.
And the translations were so clunky and full of grammatical mistakes that critics say they must have been computer-generated — the name of the site itself can literally be read "for the caution of health."
Sure, now you're worried about Latinos getting healthcare. Right.
my illegal amigos

Los Angeles, CA

#55472 Jan 13, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure, now you're worried about Latinos getting healthcare. Right.
..........

Illegal Immigration a $113 Billion a Year Drain on U.S. Taxpayers

FAIR Releases First-of-its-Kind Comprehensive Study of Federal,

State and Local Costs of Illegal Immigration

The report also accounts for taxes paid by illegal aliens about $13 billion a year, resulting in a net cost to taxpayers of about $100 billion. However, the study notes that government at all levels would likely have realized significantly greater revenues if jobs held by illegal aliens had been filled by legal U.S. residents instead.

http://www.fairus.org/news/illegal-immigratio...

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worried about Latinos getting healthcare?
my illegal amigos

Los Angeles, CA

#55473 Jan 13, 2014
G BUsh wrote:
Chris Christie's career will be OVER if he's lying about Bridgegate involvement: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani
A handful of GOP officials offered their support for the New Jersey chief Sunday, but Giuliani said the scandal-stricken governor is putting his entire legacy on the line by saying he wasn't personally involved in the crippling lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.
“I think this is a story that's still developing and we should reserve judgment,” Rubio said on CBS’“Face the Nation.” And beyond that, I'm just not, don't know that much about it, other than what I've seen reported in the press.”
As questions continued to arise throughout the weekend over who in Christie’s office knew about the sinister traffic plot, the man leading the New Jersey state investigation into the offense, which is also being reviewed by the U.S. Attorney’s office and the FBI, suggested the probe could result in disastrous consequences for the governor.
“We’re no longer looking at just lane closures,” New Jersey State Assemblyman John Wisniewski said.“We’re looking at an abuse of power and an attempt to cover up that abuse of power.”
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/repu...
..........

fat boy is a RINO........who cares?

he's one of you
Pompilius

Rockville, MD

#55474 Jan 13, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure, now you're worried about Latinos getting healthcare. Right.
Apparently you can't acknowledge the embarrassing, avoidable problems Obama's incompetence created for the Spanish speaking community.

Obama learned nothing from his epic failure of the Obamacare English website roll out.

The problems with the Obamacare Spanish site would have been obvious had it been vetted properly via beta testing with both a technical and Spanish speaking community. Someone Obama put in charge allowed this embarrassment to go live.

But that's what happens when a silver tongued community organizer with zero executive experience tries to run a country.
diseased liberal

Los Angeles, CA

#55475 Jan 13, 2014
Mitt R wrote:
Why do 'red states' have more poverty?
Americans do not have to guess what the country would be like if the small-government, conservative economic agenda were implemented on a national scale.
Many Republican-controlled, predominantly Southern “red states” already have. The result is not an abundance of prosperity from under taxed “job creators,” as often touted in sound bites and on the conservative candidate campaign trail. Instead, according to the numbers, it’s quite the opposite.
Smaller government austerity policies in red states have created macroeconomic societies with high poverty and low education rates. Low-paying jobs and lack of health care also dominate states that have implemented the smaller government theories of conservative ideology.
In Texas, for example, decades of Republican control, from the governor’s office down to state and local legislatures, has kept the Tea Party ideological model in place. And it has the highest poverty rate of “any large industrial state,” according to Texas Politics data.
The data showed similar high poverty rate numbers for other red states, including Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Lack of health care is also a bigger problem in states following the conservative Republican ideological view of less funding for government assistance programs.
Hunger is also a bigger problem among states where Republicans have had their way with local budgets. And while southern red states do not have a lock on growing US poverty rates, they still lead with the worse numbers. More than 24 percent of the people in Mississippi suffer from food deficiencies, with Alabama coming in second at nearly 23 percent.
Red States also top the charts for populations with lower education levels. The top 10 include Oklahoma, Tennessee, Indiana, Nevada, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Arkansas, Mississippi and West Virginia, according to Fox Business.
read more here:
http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/141...
..........

"War on Poverty" and healthcare reform

In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.

Johnson set in motion bills and acts,[64]

creating programs such as

Head Start,

food stamps,

Work Study,

Medicare

and Medicaid, which still exist today.

“I’ll have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

- Lyndon B. Johnson

“These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness.

Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”

—Lyndon B. Johnson

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