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THINK ABOUT IT

Melbourne, FL

#1 Oct 12, 2013
here is some info to think about,

Congressional Budget Office says the government this fiscal year will need to borrow an average of almost $11 billion each week. That's why Obama is so sensitive to what investors will tolerate.

Wonder who has to pay the interest on that on top of the 17,000,000,000,000.00 the government has already borrowed. Hummm who else we do.
Thanks Obama.
I liked it when he said just because you raise the debt ceiling don't mean you will spend more.
Every time he's raised it 5 times in 5 years he has spent more.
I would take the word of a crack hoe before I would his.

I also like the way he's created so many part time jobs with Obama care, thousands of big and small companies have cut back hiring or hours because they can't afford it.

What has really grew is food stamps wen he took office there were 25,000,000 collecting them now in 5 years there are 50,000,000.
with luck he can put another 15,000,000 on food stamps in his next 3 years maybe more with his luck.
Lets not forget about the Obama phones they have doubled also as a matter of fact some people have gotten as many as 7 of them.
Getterman

Pittsburgh, PA

#2 Oct 12, 2013
youtube.com/watch... ………… Its Head Again
THINK ABOUT IT

Melbourne, FL

#3 Oct 12, 2013
That dirty old republican George bush ran up a 4.5 trillion debt in 8 years but the golden boy Obama has spent 7.5 trillion in 5 years.
No wonder every body thinks all republicans are old rich men Obama must of paid them to say that. I think he will hit 11 trillion by the time he's out of office. he's already spent almost as much as every president elected in the last 228 year in just 5 years.
I bet every crack head in the usa combined couldn't waste as much as he has. I think were the ones who are high on crack as no sober sane group of people would allow this.

What's funny about it is he's using the credit cards of all the morons who voted for him and they are to stupid to know it
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#4 Oct 12, 2013
Funny thing is, he didn't spend ANYTHING.

It was YOUR teabagger congress.

He doesn't write the check, he only signs it.

It's "funny" when you realize how government actually works.

Poor teabagger.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#5 Oct 12, 2013
THINK ABOUT IT wrote:
here is some info to think about,
Congressional Budget Office says the government this fiscal year will need to borrow an average of almost $11 billion each week. That's why Obama is so sensitive to what investors will tolerate.
Wonder who has to pay the interest on that on top of the 17,000,000,000,000.00 the government has already borrowed. Hummm who else we do.
Thanks Obama.
I liked it when he said just because you raise the debt ceiling don't mean you will spend more.
Every time he's raised it 5 times in 5 years he has spent more.
I would take the word of a crack hoe before I would his.
I also like the way he's created so many part time jobs with Obama care, thousands of big and small companies have cut back hiring or hours because they can't afford it.
What has really grew is food stamps wen he took office there were 25,000,000 collecting them now in 5 years there are 50,000,000.
with luck he can put another 15,000,000 on food stamps in his next 3 years maybe more with his luck.
Lets not forget about the Obama phones they have doubled also as a matter of fact some people have gotten as many as 7 of them.
Yes.

How is "Reaganomics" workin' for ya'?

Feel a trickle yet?
Think about it

United States

#6 Oct 12, 2013
You forget congress,was demo controled untill this year. Im not a,tea,party member or rebublican or,a,demo im independent and think about whats,good,for the,naton not a political group. But both republucans,and,demos,are tp blame and in obamsas words we,won and,are,in control now. Obama,care,is all his,. No ine to blame but him and the,morons who voted for him. If you recall his grear ex,speaker who had,a,majority rule in the house Nancy Pelosu said we have,to pass,it to find,out,whats,in the bill. Never a more intelegent line has been spoken by a demo político offical.
Tell me would you buy,a,car,without knowing the,features and,price cause thats what she,and obama,did and,expect you to,do. Keep on trying ti blame,someone other than those involved. It might work with morons but people who dont have thier head,inserted un thier rear end know better. I suggest,you pull yours out and,inhail deep.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#7 Oct 13, 2013
Think about it wrote:
You forget congress,was demo controled untill this year. Im not a,tea,party member or rebublican or,a,demo im independent and think about whats,good,for the,naton not a political group. But both republucans,and,demos,are tp blame and in obamsas words we,won and,are,in control now. Obama,care,is all his,. No ine to blame but him and the,morons who voted for him. If you recall his grear ex,speaker who had,a,majority rule in the house Nancy Pelosu said we have,to pass,it to find,out,whats,in the bill. Never a more intelegent line has been spoken by a demo político offical.
Tell me would you buy,a,car,without knowing the,features and,price cause thats what she,and obama,did and,expect you to,do. Keep on trying ti blame,someone other than those involved. It might work with morons but people who dont have thier head,inserted un thier rear end know better. I suggest,you pull yours out and,inhail deep.
You would know the procedure.

"Tell me would you buy,a,car,without knowing the,features and,price cause thats what she,and obama,did and,expect you to,do"

Darn, that's exactly what happened with the un "Patriot" Act, that was created, passed and signed into law within 45 days by Republicans.

They rejoiced, supported and defended it.

Until Obama became president.

And NO I didn't "forget",congress has been republican since 2011.

The 112th and 113th congress.

Two of the worst in history.
think about it

Melbourne, FL

#8 Oct 13, 2013
Wall Street Government wrote:
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You would know the procedure.
"Tell me would you buy,a,car,without knowing the,features and,price cause thats what she,and obama,did and,expect you to,do"
Darn, that's exactly what happened with the un "Patriot" Act, that was created, passed and signed into law within 45 days by Republicans.
They rejoiced, supported and defended it.
Until Obama became president.
And NO I didn't "forget",congress has been republican since 2011.
The 112th and 113th congress.
Two of the worst in history.
Well if you want to talk about it that's good ,lets not forget who decided to keep the Patriot" Act and all the spying that has gone on. Mainly on Americans citizens under Obama. You cant blame that on republicans now can you. First you keep bringing up republicans which is fine as I don't like a lot of them either. But every time I mention Obama you try to talk about republicans , just like when people ask him questions he blames them. Hes been in office 5 years and I hate to tell you this its time to blame the guy at the top, the new renter not the last guy who lived there. Bush was a moron and Obama is several levels below that. It has nothing to do with politics it has to do with his policy's and actions. Stop supporting the party and look at it.
I'm a father and love my children but when they do something they should not blaming their friends for it or each other is not working. I hold them responsible for their action.

If morons like you would start looking at the actions of all of our politicians and actually hold them responsible for their actions and stop pointing fingers at others we actually might change things for the better. But as long as defending the party and blaming the other guy is the top priority and being responsible for your own actions is at the bottom of the list then nothing will change. I'm a American first and fore most. I care about the nation not a political party .
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#9 Oct 13, 2013
think about it wrote:
<quoted text>
Well if you want to talk about it that's good ,lets not forget who decided to keep the Patriot" Act and all the spying that has gone on. Mainly on Americans citizens under Obama. You cant blame that on republicans now can you. First you keep bringing up republicans which is fine as I don't like a lot of them either. But every time I mention Obama you try to talk about republicans , just like when people ask him questions he blames them. Hes been in office 5 years and I hate to tell you this its time to blame the guy at the top, the new renter not the last guy who lived there. Bush was a moron and Obama is several levels below that. It has nothing to do with politics it has to do with his policy's and actions. Stop supporting the party and look at it.
I'm a father and love my children but when they do something they should not blaming their friends for it or each other is not working. I hold them responsible for their action.
If morons like you would start looking at the actions of all of our politicians and actually hold them responsible for their actions and stop pointing fingers at others we actually might change things for the better. But as long as defending the party and blaming the other guy is the top priority and being responsible for your own actions is at the bottom of the list then nothing will change. I'm a American first and fore most. I care about the nation not a political party .
"Decided to keep the un Patriot Act"?

It is LAW.

It isn't a bill he can try to veto.

It is THE LAW.

With all the trimmings that go with it.

"Can't blame it on republicans"?

They're the ones that created, passed and signed into LAW, the un "Patriot" Act in 45 DAYS.

A federal law can only be repealed by an act of congress, the federal courts or the supreme court.

"Hold them accountable/responsible"?

Wow.

How does that work?

Write them a nasty letter?

Demand they resign?

A "time out"?

Or your vote?

Big deal.

I'm still holding George "accountable" for the failed Iraq war, that and $ 1.00 will get me a cup of coffee.

"I'm a American first and fore most. I care about the nation not a political party".

Of course you do, that's why teabaggers are against what the rest of the developed world has had for decades.

For NOT saying you aren't a teabagger, you sure resemble one.
Think about it

Melbourne, FL

#10 Oct 13, 2013

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You really are not to smart or well informed are
you. You really don't know what he's doe and not done.
Where are you getting your information Perhaps the back of a bag of crack .


JIM ABRAMS, Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Minutes before a midnight deadline, President Barack Obama signed into law a four-year extension of post-Sept. 11 powers to search records and conduct roving wiretaps in pursuit of terrorists.

"It's an important tool for us to continue dealing with an ongoing terrorist threat," Obama said Friday after a meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

With Obama in France, the White House said the president used an autopen machine that holds a pen and signs his actual signature. It is only used with proper authorization of the president.

Really now your not to well informed or smart, where are you getting your info from the back of a bag of crack like most Obama supporters whom have no clue what he has done.
Obama expanded the patriot act and spied on millions of ordinary Americans because he has let power go to his head and I guess you have not any real air to your mind yet as your head is clearly inserted where Obama prefers the voters to have their heads.
Think about it

Melbourne, FL

#11 Oct 13, 2013
for you not claiming to be a moron is strange cause you sure resemble one.
You don't know the truth your in denial. Its funny to watch people lie and make up stuff only to have themselves to blame for looking like a fool.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#12 Oct 13, 2013
Think about it wrote:
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You really are not to smart or well informed are
you. You really don't know what he's doe and not done.
Where are you getting your information Perhaps the back of a bag of crack .
JIM ABRAMS, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Minutes before a midnight deadline, President Barack Obama signed into law a four-year extension of post-Sept. 11 powers to search records and conduct roving wiretaps in pursuit of terrorists.
"It's an important tool for us to continue dealing with an ongoing terrorist threat," Obama said Friday after a meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
With Obama in France, the White House said the president used an autopen machine that holds a pen and signs his actual signature. It is only used with proper authorization of the president.
Really now your not to well informed or smart, where are you getting your info from the back of a bag of crack like most Obama supporters whom have no clue what he has done.
Obama expanded the patriot act and spied on millions of ordinary Americans because he has let power go to his head and I guess you have not any real air to your mind yet as your head is clearly inserted where Obama prefers the voters to have their heads.
NOT a teabagger?

Is THAT what you are trying to claim?

Being that STUPID,even teabaggers insist you take the "short" bus to their meetings.

But they must LOVE you.



On May 26, 2011, President Barack Obama signed the PATRIOT Sunsets Extension Act of 2011, a four-year extension of THREE KEY PROVISIONS in the USA PATRIOT Act: roving wiretaps, searches of business records (the "library records provision"), and conducting surveillance of "lone wolves"—individuals suspected of terrorist-related activities not linked to terrorist groups.

Minutes before a midnight deadline, President Barack Obama signed into law a four-year extension of post-Sept. 11 powers to search records and conduct roving wiretaps in pursuit of terrorists.

Congress sent the bill to the president with only hours to go on Thursday before the provisions expired at midnight. Votes taken in rapid succession in the Senate and House came after lawmakers rejected attempts to temper the law enforcement powers to ensure that individual liberties are not abused.

The Senate voted 72-23 for the legislation to renew three terrorism-fighting authorities. The House passed the measure 250-153 on an evening vote.

A short-term expiration would not have interrupted ongoing operations but would have barred the government from seeking warrants for new investigations.

The roving wiretaps and access to business records are small parts of the USA Patriot Act enacted after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. But unlike most of the act, which is PERMANENT LAW, those provisions must be renewed periodically because of concerns that they could be used to violate privacy rights. The same applies to the "lone wolf" provision, which was part of a 2004 intelligence law.

He renewed three provisions, not the LAW.

He didn't "expand" ANYTHING.

DUMBSHIT teabagger.
Think about it

United States

#13 Oct 13, 2013
He didnt hey .he chose to keep the,act,and,passed,it he,could if vettoed it .and yes its,expanded orginally it,was just,mainly used,to monitor calls,and,e mails,internationally. Under obama its been used donestically on regular people,millions,asa,matter,of fact. Your wrong about he couldnt veto it your,wrong about its,expansion your just to,stupid to,see it when the,facts,are,presented.,as,fo r,me,being,a,tea,bagger sorry i know yoy need,a,finger to point,and blame,like,obama,. Im,a,independent,and think all four of the parties,have good and bad,things,about them but i follow,no political play bpok .
I thunk tge,speaker,of the house is,a,idiot just like,obama.you go ahead,makea,fool out,of your,self. The,patriot,act,was,a act,a,bill short,term not,a,law anf you,were,totally,stupid to that,fact and that obams signed it,and,expanded it,when it,was,going to expire .. Your intellegence,is,there gir all to see and yoi have been found,lacking any.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#14 Oct 13, 2013
Think about it wrote:
He didnt hey .he chose to keep the,act,and,passed,it he,could if vettoed it .and yes its,expanded orginally it,was just,mainly used,to monitor calls,and,e mails,internationally. Under obama its been used donestically on regular people,millions,asa,matter,of fact. Your wrong about he couldnt veto it your,wrong about its,expansion your just to,stupid to,see it when the,facts,are,presented.,as,fo r,me,being,a,tea,bagger sorry i know yoy need,a,finger to point,and blame,like,obama,. Im,a,independent,and think all four of the parties,have good and bad,things,about them but i follow,no political play bpok .
I thunk tge,speaker,of the house is,a,idiot just like,obama.you go ahead,makea,fool out,of your,self. The,patriot,act,was,a act,a,bill short,term not,a,law anf you,were,totally,stupid to that,fact and that obams signed it,and,expanded it,when it,was,going to expire .. Your intellegence,is,there gir all to see and yoi have been found,lacking any.
"Your intellegence,is,there gir all to see and yoi have been found,lacking any".

Intelligence?

Your obvious lack of grammar or sense is a prime example.

The final Act included a number of sunsets which were to expire on December 15, 2005.

Title II is titled "Enhanced Surveillance Procedures", and covers all aspects of the surveillance of suspected terrorists, those suspected of engaging in computer fraud or abuse, and agents of a foreign power who are engaged in clandestine activities.

It primarily made amendments to FISA, and the ECPA, and many of the most controversial aspects of the USA PATRIOT Act reside in this title.

In particular, the title allows government agencies to gather "foreign intelligence information" from both U.S. and non-U.S. citizens, and changed FISA to make gaining foreign intelligence information the significant purpose of FISA-based surveillance, where previously it had been the primary purpose.

The law governing obligatory and voluntary disclosure of customer communications by cable companies was altered to allow agencies to demand such communications under U.S.C. Title 18 provisions relating to the disclosure of electronic communications (chapter 119), pen registers and trap and trace devices (chapter 206) and stored communications , though it excluded the disclosure of cable subscriber viewing habits.

Subpoenas issued to Internet Service Providers were expanded to include not only "the name, address, local and long distance telephone toll billing records, telephone number or other subscriber number or identity, and length of service of a subscriber" but also session times and durations, types of services used, communication device address information (e.g. IP addresses), payment method and bank account and credit card numbers. Communication providers are also allowed to disclose customer records or communications if they suspect there is a danger to "life and limb".

Title II established three very controversial provisions: "sneak and peek" warrants, roving wiretaps and the ability of the FBI to gain access to documents that reveal the patterns of U.S. citizens. The so-called "sneak and peek" law allowed for delayed notification of the execution of search warrants.

Wrong again.

Poor teabagger.
think about it

Melbourne, FL

#16 Oct 14, 2013
and you lack common sense a knowledge of what your great leaer has been doing you know about as much about the law as you do Obamas actions, you actually believe
Title II established three very controversial provisions: "sneak and peek" warrants, roving wiretaps and the ability of the FBI to gain access to documents that reveal the patterns of U.S. citizens. The so-called "sneak and peek" law allowed for delayed notification of the execution of search warrants.

that's how it worked. Wait till the irs gets done enforcing Obama care of course you will deny they have that power.
You must have your head so far up there when Obama brushes his teeth and looks in the mirror he can see you wink at him.
think about it

Melbourne, FL

#17 Oct 14, 2013
Go ahead and tell us all again that Obama didn't approve the Patriot act and expand it cause its a law and only congress can do that. tell us how he couldn't veto it cause its the law.
please speak up as soon as you pull your head out and get done gasping for air. You will probably swear that was the smell of roses as you wipe the brown stuff off of your upper lip.
There is no way he would abuse that law or get the irs to do his dirty work , it just cant be because he said so right.
go ahead say it think you sir can I have another.
look at the number for Obama care and decode it.
do you really think it was a accident and no one noticed. if so then that's proof that the average left winger has a IQ of -3.

you and Obama must sing that song, WHY IS EVERYONE PICKIG ON ME.
I also like how he change the law that made it illegal to sell weapons to groups with know ties to terror groups so he could provide aid to the Muslim brotherhood. It no longer applies to him.
go ahead and tell me how im wrong so I can let you make a fool of your self in public again.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#18 Oct 14, 2013
Teabagger "comprehension" working as fine as ever.

"Go ahead and tell us all again that Obama didn't approve the Patriot act and expand it cause its a law and only congress can do that. tell us how he couldn't veto it cause its the law".

I never stated that was the case the FIRST time.

How did he "expand" it?

By continuing it?

Declining three provision is NOT repealing a LAW.

You're one STUPID "short bus" brain dead teabagger.
THINK ABOUT IT

Melbourne, FL

#19 Oct 15, 2013
maybe YOU HAVE NOT NOTICED HOW PEOPLES E MAILS ,PHONE CALLS ETC. HAVE BEEN MONIORED THAT HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH TERROIST.
you CALL ME STUPID WHEN YOU DENIED Obama HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT AND NOW YO UMAKE UP EXCUSES.
IT NLY MAKES YOULOOK STUPID. PLAY TE BLAME GAME LIKE ALL OF OUR CONGRESS AND PRESIDENT DO ITS SOMEONES FAULT BUT NOT MINE.
THINK ABOUT IT

Melbourne, FL

#20 Oct 15, 2013
MORE GOOD NEWS FROM Obama

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Rarely has a government program rollout resulted in the level of disaster as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges over their first two weeks. The White House refuses to release enrollment statistics that should be easily gleaned from internal systems serving the exchange sites, if those servers actually remained up and running. On both of its two weekends, technicians spent long hours attempting to fix the myriad problems that stymie consumers, only to have the problems persist — even when site traffic should be low, as CNN's Elizabeth Cohen discovered on Monday.

Small wonder, then, that no one really knows how many have managed to actually buy a health-insurance policy through the federal exchange. The Daily Mail sought out answers from the insurance industry, and got estimates of 51,000 after one week — a pace that would have just two million people covered properly by the March 2014 deadline to comply with the individual mandate, far below the 30 million uninsured that the ACA was intended to assist.

SEE ALSO: The last word: He said he was leaving. She ignored him.

Market analyst Bob Laszewski, president of Health Policy and Strategy Associates, put the number much lower than that — at just 5,000. Insurers are seeing the same enrollees repeatedly purchasing, rejecting, and repurchasing plans, thanks to the poor performance of the federal exchange system, which serves 36 states. "One carrier exec told me that yesterday they got seven transactions for one person," Laszewski wrote on Friday, "four enrollments and three cancelations." The repeated re-enrollments have insurers so spooked that they are staring to worry that "some of these very few enrollments really don't exist."

Then there are the prices for the plans, which have given Americans their first taste of sticker shock from ObamaCare. The Department of Health and Human Services tried to get in front of the big jumps in premiums by claiming that the HHS-approved prices were "lower than projected," but Forbes' Avik Roy pointed out that the projections used by HHS for comparison were for 2016, not 2014. Prices for comparable coverage doubled, according to an analysis of HHS data by Roy and the Manhattan Institute. And for some the prices quadrupled.

SEE ALSO: Finding time to read

But just how comparable is the new coverage? On Monday, the Chicago Tribune reported on another facet of newly-restructured plans and premiums stemming from the multiple mandates of the ACA, and found that enrollees will pay a lot more in premiums — and then a lot more out of pocket anyway.

The Tribune's Peter Frost found that a typical user in the system — a 33-year-old single father in this case — would see his premiums "more than double" from its current average of $233 a month. But if the single dad wants his premiums to remain in range, he'll need to sign up for an annual deductible of $12,700. The average deductible before ObamaCare for this consumer would have been $3,500.

SEE ALSO: Why Republicans are losing this budget showdown so badly

Nor is that an isolated example, although it's on the far end of the spectrum. In order to keep prices low, 21 of the 22 approved plans on the Illinois state exchange have deductibles of more than $4,000 for individuals, and $8,000 for families. Frost notes that the average employer-based coverage puts the individual deductible at $1,100.

Consider what this means to the consumer. First, the government forces Americans to buy comprehensive insurance when many don't need it. At $466 a month, the single father in the example above will spend about $5600 a year on comprehensive insurance, which would far outstrip the medical expenses for most 33-year-old single men who might expect only a wellness check and perhaps a couple of acute visits to a clinic for urgent care a year. At retail costs, even with labs, that's going to run less than a thousand dollars a year at most.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#21 Oct 15, 2013
THINK ABOUT IT wrote:
maybe YOU HAVE NOT NOTICED HOW PEOPLES E MAILS ,PHONE CALLS ETC. HAVE BEEN MONIORED THAT HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH TERROIST.
you CALL ME STUPID WHEN YOU DENIED Obama HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT AND NOW YO UMAKE UP EXCUSES.
IT NLY MAKES YOULOOK STUPID. PLAY TE BLAME GAME LIKE ALL OF OUR CONGRESS AND PRESIDENT DO ITS SOMEONES FAULT BUT NOT MINE.
He didn't.

He had NOTHING to do with writing that provision in the law.

Many conservatives, constitutionalists and liberty movement observers thought the Patriot Act was a bad idea and unconstitutional when it was passed in 2001, and that if the Supreme Court allowed it to stand it was going to quickly lead to the erosion of liberty.

The author of the original Patriot Act, Representative Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin (ACU lifetime rating 86.59%), took a good bit of heat from limited government constitutional conservatives for the original bill, and for his spirited advocacy of the expansion and extensions of the Patriot Act Congress passed in 2006 and 2011.

However, in the wake of the revelations of the NSA abusing its authority Congressman Sensenbrenner has now come to see things differently.

In a truly powerful interview with NPR’s Audie Cornish, Jim Sensenbrenner made an incisive case that “what the NSA has done is misplace both Congress' trust and the public's trust. And they are an agency out of control.”

It's Obama's fault IMO for continuing or at least reigning in the NSA and it'd domestic spying program.

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