Obama loses two more at SCOTUS

Obama loses two more at SCOTUS

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CRANK

Erie, PA

#1 Jun 30, 2014
union dues
Hobby Lobby

Given his list of losses at the SCOTUS, maybe its a good thing he isn't teaching any more.

And now I understand why he didn't want to release his college transcripts.

What is that? 0 for 14 at the court?
Tim Leary

Erie, PA

#2 Jun 30, 2014
Wonder how long before Fake Leary the misogynist, chauvinist pig shows up whining about Hobby Lobby not paying for contraception = women having no rights.

Your pills... your bills, bishes.
Dr Phil

Erie, PA

#3 Jun 30, 2014
Tim Leary wrote:
Wonder how long before Fake Leary the misogynist, chauvinist pig shows up whining about Hobby Lobby not paying for contraception = women having no rights.
Your pills... your bills, bishes.
Is this your full time job......24/7. What a miserable existence you have. Do you have friends, children, anyone that can make your day brighter?
LaTasha

United States

#4 Jun 30, 2014
Tim Leary wrote:
Wonder how long before Fake Leary the misogynist, chauvinist pig shows up whining about Hobby Lobby not paying for contraception = women having no rights.
Your pills... your bills, bishes.
My chilln'....your bills, Taxpayer....for 18+ years.
John Boner

Erie, PA

#5 Jun 30, 2014
I think Obama is toast, time to impeach his black a s s.
knot true

Erie, PA

#6 Jun 30, 2014
CRANK wrote:
union dues
Hobby Lobby
Given his list of losses at the SCOTUS, maybe its a good thing he isn't teaching any more.
And now I understand why he didn't want to release his college transcripts.
What is that? 0 for 14 at the court?
union dues: you for value for no value? peeps getting bennies for no contribution? doesn't seem like you CRANKY.

Hobby Lobby: just don't complain about anti-christian antics. I believe the government should neither favor nor promote religion but since non-persons can promote one or the other we'll hear no complaining out of you if the government goes anti-christian, correct?

Bottom line: check Iraq and how well the majority bullying minority rights is working out.
knot true

Erie, PA

#7 Jun 30, 2014
Edit: meant "neither favor nor be against" religion simply because it's "of a religious" nature. Really, what isn't? Religion is nothing more than mere belief as I understand. Feel free to prove your religion point by point which BTW which would exclude any religion of "faith" incidentally.
reese

Erie, PA

#8 Jun 30, 2014
knot true wrote:
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union dues: you for value for no value? peeps getting bennies for no contribution? doesn't seem like you CRANKY.
Hobby Lobby: just don't complain about anti-christian antics. I believe the government should neither favor nor promote religion but since non-persons can promote one or the other we'll hear no complaining out of you if the government goes anti-christian, correct?
Bottom line: check Iraq and how well the majority bullying minority rights is working out.
Wow you are an idiot. Look stupid the court ruled that a private company does not have to include certain items in their health insurance. That is what the decision basically was. Muslims and other sects have won court decisions before. Sorry to ring your empty head moron, but this government is clearly anti Christian.
knot true

Erie, PA

#9 Jul 1, 2014
reese wrote:
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Wow you are an idiot. Look stupid the court ruled that a private company does not have to include certain items in their health insurance. That is what the decision basically was. Muslims and other sects have won court decisions before. Sorry to ring your empty head moron, but this government is clearly anti Christian.
Not the point. The SCOTUS ruled based in part upon "sincerely held beliefs". How sincere can they be when they deal with China's government which is about as non-Christian as anyone can be?
reese

Sharon, PA

#10 Jul 1, 2014
knot true wrote:
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Not the point. The SCOTUS ruled based in part upon "sincerely held beliefs". How sincere can they be when they deal with China's government which is about as non-Christian as anyone can be?
Sounds like the democraps and their dealing in getting Red China most favored nation trading status. You liberal hypocrites expose your goofy hypocrisy post by idiotic post.
Gokors BFF

Erie, PA

#11 Jul 1, 2014
reese wrote:
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Sounds like the democraps and their dealing in getting Red China most favored nation trading status. You liberal hypocrites expose your goofy hypocrisy post by idiotic post.
The difference for me at least is that I make no claim that I'm God directed like many rightwing nut bags . How'd that work out for Bushie Bush in Iraq BTW?
Tim Leary

Erie, PA

#12 Jul 1, 2014
Gokors BFF wrote:
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The difference for me at least is that I make no claim that I'm God directed like many rightwing nut bags . How'd that work out for Bushie Bush in Iraq BTW?
FFS, the stupid just keeps on coming.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#13 Jul 2, 2014
Polls now show Obama is the worst president in 70 years.

Seems to me I predicted that in 2008.
knot true

Erie, PA

#14 Jul 2, 2014
Gokors BFF wrote:
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The difference for me at least is that I make no claim that I'm God directed like many rightwing nut bags . How'd that work out for Bushie Bush in Iraq BTW?
No numbnut, you hypocritical left wing nut sacks just act like tyrants usurping God's clear cut morality over his creation. Seems to me more have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since Obammy has usurped the office. How is Iraq progressing now ...idiot?
I MOO

Erie, PA

#15 Jul 3, 2014
CRANK wrote:
Polls now show Obama is the worst president in 70 years.
Seems to me I predicted that in 2008.
Really? You predicted a poll would show h the worst president in 70 years?
CRANK

Erie, PA

#16 Jul 7, 2014
I MOO wrote:
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Really? You predicted a poll would show h the worst president in 70 years?
I predicted that if elected, before he left office, the polls would show him to be the worst president, displacing Carter. I didn't say 70 years.

I based it on his refusal to address too much of his background, like his academic records for example. His speaking ability, without a teleprompter, belies the claims liberals make about him. Claims which I no longer hear being made like they were. Also his record in the Illinois legislature. Voting present as often as he did.

It was clear to me he was unqualified for the office. I believe his actions, and the poll this thead was based upon, show that not only was I right, the majority now believe it as well.
I MOO

Erie, PA

#17 Jul 7, 2014
CRANK wrote:
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I predicted that if elected, before he left office, the polls would show him to be the worst president, displacing Carter. I didn't say 70 years.
I based it on his refusal to address too much of his background, like his academic records for example. His speaking ability, without a teleprompter, belies the claims liberals make about him. Claims which I no longer hear being made like they were. Also his record in the Illinois legislature. Voting present as often as he did.
It was clear to me he was unqualified for the office. I believe his actions, and the poll this thead was based upon, show that not only was I right, the majority now believe it as well.
It's sad how far you've fallen CRANKENSTEIN. From exalting the exceptional individual to taking solace in what the majority now believes.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#18 Jul 8, 2014
I MOO wrote:
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It's sad how far you've fallen CRANKENSTEIN. From exalting the exceptional individual to taking solace in what the majority now believes.
What's it like to be consistently wrong?

I'm saddened that it took so long for the majority to catch up.

As Dirksen once said, "Never, ever, underestimate the collective stupidity of the American electorate." I wonder what he would say today.
I MOO

Erie, PA

#19 Jul 9, 2014
CRANK wrote:
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I'm saddened that it took so long for the majority to catch up.
Yep. Everyone now on board with lovin that trickle down theory of economics. It worked so well people aren't even looking for jobs anymore.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#20 Jul 9, 2014
I MOO wrote:
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Yep. Everyone now on board with lovin that trickle down theory of economics. It worked so well people aren't even looking for jobs anymore.
Yep. After 6 years of Obamanomics they have come to realize there is no point to remaining in the work force and have given up. Obama loves it, because it the only way he can get the unemployment rate to go down. It called cooking the books in some quarters.

Just like the core inflation number, that doesn't track energy, food or cost of government.

People realize it will take a generation to repair the damage, if an effort is made to do so. Given the state of the democratic party though, you should always remember and never forget November 4, 2008. The day America, as we once knew it, died.

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