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Did you vote today?

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Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#28154 Dec 4, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
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Now that is just some more crazy talk.
Say, did you ever figure out who the Senate Whip is yet?
Clue: His initials are J.C
Don't be getting all excited now, its not the J.C. you are thinking of, try again.
John Cornyn. I picked the wrong chamber of the Congress. Now's your chance to answer a question I have been asking for months now. At what point do we begin to prosper spending more than we take in? I owned up to my mistake. Now it's your turn.
GeaR

United States

#28155 Dec 4, 2013
Voting... The act in which the Gov. pretends to give a damn of what citizens think.

It's like lawyers in my town, they all go play golf together at the country club.
In the courtroom, they take turns winning cases against each other.
It's all rigged BS.
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#28157 Dec 5, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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John Cornyn. I picked the wrong chamber of the Congress. Now's your chance to answer a question I have been asking for months now. At what point do we begin to prosper spending more than we take in? I owned up to my mistake. Now it's your turn.
Barney does not make mistakes, he just misquotes people that do. For him to truly make a mistake, he would have to have an original idea and we both know that will never happen

Since: Dec 10

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#28158 Dec 5, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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John Cornyn. I picked the wrong chamber of the Congress. Now's your chance to answer a question I have been asking for months now. At what point do we begin to prosper spending more than we take in? I owned up to my mistake. Now it's your turn.
1969,1998,1999,2000,2001 you know what those years have in common?

They were the only years with a budget surplus.

In fact, the government has recorded surpluses in only five years since 1969, most of them under Democratic President Bill Clinton.

The U.S. government has run a multibillion-dollar deficit almost every year in modern history.

American Revolutionary War was fought on borrowed money.

Based on your question The US could have only prospered a handful of years in its 200 plus years of its existence.

Since: Dec 10

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#28159 Dec 5, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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John Cornyn. I picked the wrong chamber of the Congress. Now's your chance to answer a question I have been asking for months now. At what point do we begin to prosper spending more than we take in? I owned up to my mistake. Now it's your turn.
Sorry, forgot to answer your hypothetical question, your hypothetical answer is obvious, put Bill Clinton back in office.

What else would you like for me answer for you?
bm care

Dexter, MO

#28160 Dec 5, 2013
look up obanma care what they dont wont you to know
Again Today I Prayed

Blytheville, AR

#28161 Dec 5, 2013
Its my way to figure that since I do believe in God "the God of heaven" that asking Him to do His will among this people and leaders (well He is God)
and since He did all that He has done surely He can do more than "a fake politician". Join me and lets pray to God asking Him to make things right.

Since: Dec 10

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#28162 Dec 5, 2013
Again Today I Prayed wrote:
Its my way to figure that since I do believe in God "the God of heaven" that asking Him to do His will among this people and leaders (well He is God)
and since He did all that He has done surely He can do more than "a fake politician". Join me and lets pray to God asking Him to make things right.
Careful what you pray for, God might not be a Republican. You know
it has been interpreted that Jesus had a dim view of judgmental people.







interpreted
that he takes a dim view of judgmental people
right winger

Brockwell, AR

#28163 Dec 5, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
1969,1998,1999,2000,2001 you know what those years have in common?
They were the only years with a budget surplus.
In fact, the government has recorded surpluses in only five years since 1969, most of them under Democratic President Bill Clinton.
The U.S. government has run a multibillion-dollar deficit almost every year in modern history.
American Revolutionary War was fought on borrowed money.
Based on your question The US could have only prospered a handful of years in its 200 plus years of its existence.
. Name one Clinton policy that helped the economy.......you can't because there is none.....however free trade has put millions out of work....also repealing the glass steagal act is what caused the crash in 2008. Remember when the taxpayer had to bail out the big banks? That's because they were doing things that were previously illegal.
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#28164 Dec 5, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Careful what you pray for, God might not be a Republican. You know
it has been interpreted that Jesus had a dim view of judgmental people.
interpreted
that he takes a dim view of judgmental people
Your cut and paste got away from you there didn't it? And from the looks of the judging, you're the only one doing any.

Since: Dec 10

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#28165 Dec 5, 2013
right winger wrote:
<quoted text>. Name one Clinton policy that helped the economy.......you can't because there is none.....however free trade has put millions out of work....also repealing the glass steagal act is what caused the crash in 2008. Remember when the taxpayer had to bail out the big banks? That's because they were doing things that were previously illegal.
If Clinton's policies did not "helped the economy: how do you explain this?

Longest Economic Expansion in U.S. History. In February 2000, the United States entered the 107th consecutive month of economic expansion -- the longest economic expansion in history.

Since: Dec 10

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#28166 Dec 5, 2013
Pondering wrote:
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Your cut and paste got away from you there didn't it? And from the looks of the judging, you're the only one doing any.
Nope, it is still there, it didn't get away.
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#28167 Dec 5, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
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Nope, it is still there, it didn't get away.
That's the point Boy Wonder, you repeated yourself.

Judged:332
Again Today I Prayed wrote:
Its my way to figure that since I do believe in God "the God of heaven" that asking Him to do His will among this people and leaders (well He is God)
and since He did all that He has done surely He can do more than "a fake politician". Join me and lets pray to God asking Him to make things right.
Careful what you pray for, God might not be a Republican. You know
it has been interpreted that Jesus had a dim view of judgmental people.

interpreted
that he takes a dim view of judgmental people

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#28168 Dec 5, 2013
Pondering wrote:
<quoted text>
That's the point Boy Wonder, you repeated yourself.
Judged:332
Again Today I Prayed wrote:
Its my way to figure that since I do believe in God "the God of heaven" that asking Him to do His will among this people and leaders (well He is God)
and since He did all that He has done surely He can do more than "a fake politician". Join me and lets pray to God asking Him to make things right.
Careful what you pray for, God might not be a Republican. You know
it has been interpreted that Jesus had a dim view of judgmental people.
interpreted
that he takes a dim view of judgmental people
You have a overwhelming desire to state the obvious do you?
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#28169 Dec 5, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
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You have a overwhelming desire to state the obvious do you?
And you have the inability to understand the obvious, I think I have you beat. And I don't feel the need to judge my own posts
Please moron

Mountain Home, AR

#28170 Dec 5, 2013
Pondering wrote:
<quoted text>And you have the inability to understand the obvious, I think I have you beat. And I don't feel the need to judge my own posts
The obvious is quite easy to understand. You try real hard to be a smart ass and fail .
Revealing the jealous dumb ass that you
Are. I'm not the one doing the judging nor am I the one bringing constant attention to the judging. I would say the one giving the lip service to the judging is the one doing it, Like a kid hollering hey look at me."
Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#28171 Dec 5, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
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Sorry, forgot to answer your hypothetical question, your hypothetical answer is obvious, put Bill Clinton back in office.
What else would you like for me answer for you?
There are many people who say that Clinton's policies, if left in place, would have left the country in terrible financial shape. I say give the man his props because we will never know what would have happened so we can't go "hypothetical". Clinton left the country in much better financial shape than it was handed to him and he deserves credit for it. I'm not sure if I would want the Clinton of today back in office but I would take him any day over Obama.
Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#28172 Dec 5, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
1969,1998,1999,2000,2001 you know what those years have in common?
They were the only years with a budget surplus.
In fact, the government has recorded surpluses in only five years since 1969, most of them under Democratic President Bill Clinton.
The U.S. government has run a multibillion-dollar deficit almost every year in modern history.
American Revolutionary War was fought on borrowed money.
Based on your question The US could have only prospered a handful of years in its 200 plus years of its existence.
Your trying to turn this back on me. Classic liberal tactic. What is your answer to the question, not what is your question to the question? There is a healthy range of spending more than we take in for short periods of time. Clearly progressive liberals believe there are no repercussions to spending FAR more than they take in as long as it's other people's money. Now, at what point do we begin to prosper and stay out of financial trouble while spending at these levels? How long could you survive spending the same percentage above your income that our government does?
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#28173 Dec 6, 2013
Please moron wrote:
<quoted text> The obvious is quite easy to understand. You try real hard to be a smart ass and fail .
Revealing the jealous dumb ass that you
Are. I'm not the one doing the judging nor am I the one bringing constant attention to the judging. I would say the one giving the lip service to the judging is the one doing it, Like a kid hollering hey look at me."
I was talking to Barney, I am not jealous just trying to stomp out stupidity.

"I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them."
-- Thomas Jefferson

See, I can cut and paste also
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#28174 Dec 6, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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There are many people who say that Clinton's policies, if left in place, would have left the country in terrible financial shape. I say give the man his props because we will never know what would have happened so we can't go "hypothetical". Clinton left the country in much better financial shape than it was handed to him and he deserves credit for it. I'm not sure if I would want the Clinton of today back in office but I would take him any day over Obama.
If you look at the last two years of Clinton's term you will see the tide was turning. We had a bubble economy when he was in office, the stock market grew but the companies weren't producing, much like today. Home values rose for no reason giving people equity that they didn't really have but borrowed against anyway. Clinton was as lucky as Carter was unlucky. I made good money off the markets during the Clinton years, same as I am doing with Obama, it isn't good for the country but I am up over thirty percent this year. If I didn't care about my grandchildren I would want this merry go round to continue.

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