Who do you support for Governor in Oh...
free

Loveland, OH

#9825 Sep 28, 2012
What's this assinine statement Gallup thinks that we're better off with a one dumb mass Party government ? How effin stupid is a thought process like that ? These are supposedly professional, college educated morons spewing this fascist marxist propoganda ! Only Liberal Dirty Democrats would try to misdirect the ill educated to stay in power...
The sooner we replace this monkeyass administration in government, the quicker we can return sanity to American society, so the adults can take back control...

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#9826 Sep 28, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
Also, Obama was instrumental in forcing Mubarak out under the auspices of democracy. These regime changes have led destabilizing the region - Muslim Brotherhood.
true
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9827 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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$70 million? There is that much in the couch cushions of the Pentagon. My goodness.
When did you guys all of a sudden become against expanding democracy around the world? Oh yeah, January 2009.
Of course the GOP also criticizes Obama for not intervening in Syria.
Typical GOP policy, whatever Obama does, call for the opposite.
Hypocrite, OBama is doing the same thing that Bush did when you were so clearly demonizing him. It's alright when your messiah does it...

Besides, the 70 million was just on the missles, as I am sure the total cost of the conflict was much more.

At least when bush started his wars, he had some legitimate reasons, like 9/11.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9828 Sep 28, 2012
Not only that, but what will be the true cost of Obama's incursions when the next president has to go to the Middle East and clean it up because it is on fire!
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9829 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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$70 million? There is that much in the couch cushions of the Pentagon. My goodness.
When did you guys all of a sudden become against expanding democracy around the world? Oh yeah, January 2009.
Of course the GOP also criticizes Obama for not intervening in Syria.
Typical GOP policy, whatever Obama does, call for the opposite.
talk about a stupid comment.

the pentagon has $70,000,000 in couch cushions. My goodness.

I would say to you...my goodness.

we have had war declared on this nation by 20 countries; and you say my goodness.

you blame the GOP for everything including the weather; but the Democrats have never made a mistake in their life.

you are exactly the 47% future President Romney explained a complete waste of time and resources to attempt to sway your vote.

you are completely willing to drive the ship over the falls and smile about it.

you are a complete fool; and should be very ashamed of yourself.

Remember Obama already won re-election, so no need for you to vote.
free

Loveland, OH

#9830 Sep 28, 2012
Whiteass Liberal Dirty Democrats are trying to steal the election by putting out fraudulant informational crap to sway minority and ill informed voters. They can't bring themselves to run an honest campaign with integrity. Sad pathetic bunch of unintellectual garbage.

Liberal Dirty Democrats are public LIARS !
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9831 Sep 28, 2012
free wrote:
Whiteass Liberal Dirty Democrats are trying to steal the election by putting out fraudulant informational crap to sway minority and ill informed voters. They can't bring themselves to run an honest campaign with integrity. Sad pathetic bunch of unintellectual garbage.
Liberal Dirty Democrats are public LIARS !
make sure you vote
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9832 Sep 28, 2012
Anyway to embed youtube vids on this board?

Part of the 47%:

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Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9833 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
$70 million? There is that much in the couch cushions of the Pentagon. My goodness.
When did you guys all of a sudden become against expanding democracy around the world? Oh yeah, January 2009.
Of course the GOP also criticizes Obama for not intervening in Syria.
Typical GOP policy, whatever Obama does, call for the opposite.
President Romney needs to enforce a Lawyer Act Bill.

sign it first into law...then read it wile on the crapper when he has time.

No Attorney can ever refuse a case; and the maximum payment on any case be $75.

The Govt will pay Attorney according to a menu.

a last will and test amount =$10
divorce=$75
DUI =$10
murder case=$75 including all appeals

tort reform to lower healthcare...max attorney payment =$15

if we can do it to Doctors with far more education than a Lawyer, now it is time for your turn at the hot seat.

everyone needs an attorney at some point in life....how will the poor do without the service? they will die!
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9834 Sep 28, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Hypocrite, OBama is doing the same thing that Bush did when you were so clearly demonizing him. It's alright when your messiah does it...
Besides, the 70 million was just on the missles, as I am sure the total cost of the conflict was much more.
At least when bush started his wars, he had some legitimate reasons, like 9/11.
Let's see. You complain about Obama's actions in the middle east. I suggest to you that you didn't care when Bush was doing the same thing. You then call me a hypocrite because Bush was doing the same thing. Do you see the irony?
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9835 Sep 28, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
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President Romney needs to enforce a Lawyer Act Bill.
sign it first into law...then read it wile on the crapper when he has time.
No Attorney can ever refuse a case; and the maximum payment on any case be $75.
The Govt will pay Attorney according to a menu.
a last will and test amount =$10
divorce=$75
DUI =$10
murder case=$75 including all appeals
tort reform to lower healthcare...max attorney payment =$15
if we can do it to Doctors with far more education than a Lawyer, now it is time for your turn at the hot seat.
everyone needs an attorney at some point in life....how will the poor do without the service? they will die!
The unintentional humor in your post is that there is no need to do that with the legal profession. We handle that ourselves. It's called pro bono. When is the last time some one walked into a doctor and the doctor agreed to do the work for free? Never. You simply don't know what you are talking about. Attorneys do free work all the time. Attorneys work for reduced rates representing indigent defendants all the time. Doctors, for the most part, are greedy pricks who won't give anyone the time of day before seeing their insurance card. Nice try, though.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9836 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
The unintentional humor in your post is that there is no need to do that with the legal profession. We handle that ourselves. It's called pro bono. When is the last time some one walked into a doctor and the doctor agreed to do the work for free? Never. You simply don't know what you are talking about. Attorneys do free work all the time. Attorneys work for reduced rates representing indigent defendants all the time. Doctors, for the most part, are greedy pricks who won't give anyone the time of day before seeing their insurance card. Nice try, though.
Doctors greedy pricks?

That's being a little brash, heh...

The average doctor goes through years of school and takes on enormous debt. On top of that, a practicing doctor has to pay 100's of thousands per year to keep the blood sucking lawyers of his/her back. I have no problem with the income doctors are making and I feel they deserve it. I would not want someone making 44K per year checking out my prostate or opening up my chest.

Healthcare didn't start getting expensive until the federal government got involved.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9837 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
The unintentional humor in your post is that there is no need to do that with the legal profession. We handle that ourselves. It's called pro bono. When is the last time some one walked into a doctor and the doctor agreed to do the work for free? Never. You simply don't know what you are talking about. Attorneys do free work all the time. Attorneys work for reduced rates representing indigent defendants all the time. Doctors, for the most part, are greedy pricks who won't give anyone the time of day before seeing their insurance card. Nice try, though.
Affordable Attorney Act. AAA for short.

single payer system. The client.

No public defender positions allowed. All current public defenders dismissed.

No Attorney can hold public office with active law license. Any current Attorney in public office must turn in law license, or resign.

No Attorney can turn a client away for any reason.

maximum hourly rate $80.

all rates subject to discount, determined by client annual income. If Client earns less than 250K a year, then a 45% discount will be applied to the rate.

Divorce & Bankruptcy cases must be accepted at no charge, or license is revoked.

Attorneys must carry $10,000,000 of malpractice insurance, or license revoked.

Attorney must reimburse client 100% if they lose case.

Any Attorney who refuses a client an appeal at no charge, will be disbarred.

every citizen of the United States is entitled to a free will & living trust set up for the safety of their family.

all criminal trials the client can deduct fine and court fees from Attorney payment.

law suits can only charge hourly rate, with a 25 hour maximum billing.

Law Schools must pay for every student enrolled, a yearly tax of $4500 to be used as national debt reduction.

Law Schools must make public all grades of graduating Attorneys; and post them on the internet for 35 years after graduation. The public demands transparency to know who they are hiring; and Angie's list is not good enough.

There will be 1000 more pages to the Affordable Attorney Act; but they will be added after the bill is signed into law; and written by CEO's from the Fortune 500 companies. If CEO is an Attorney, they will not be allowed to enter any advice.

The IRS will be the governing agency responsible for adherent of the law.

For passage, the bill needs signed by 100,000 citizens.

Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9838 Sep 28, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
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Doctors greedy pricks?
That's being a little brash, heh...
The average doctor goes through years of school and takes on enormous debt. On top of that, a practicing doctor has to pay 100's of thousands per year to keep the blood sucking lawyers of his/her back. I have no problem with the income doctors are making and I feel they deserve it. I would not want someone making 44K per year checking out my prostate or opening up my chest.
Healthcare didn't start getting expensive until the federal government got involved.
Health care became expensive when it became a for profit enterprise rather than a profession.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9839 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Health care became expensive when it became a for profit enterprise rather than a profession.
Before government got involved, health care was always a for profit enterprise. That is something you marxist socialists just can't wrap your head around. Profit brings on competitiion, and when there is competition, lower prices for the goods or services are a result. When government gets involved, it disrupts this natural process. Competition also brings about better goods and services, also; this is something governmnet cannot do.

You take out profit motive and there is no incentive to innovate or bring about better goods or services. Marxism/socialism is and has always been an abject failure.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#9840 Sep 28, 2012
Free Market Capitalist wrote:
<quoted text>
Before government got involved, health care was always a for profit enterprise. That is something you marxist socialists just can't wrap your head around. Profit brings on competitiion, and when there is competition, lower prices for the goods or services are a result. When government gets involved, it disrupts this natural process. Competition also brings about better goods and services, also; this is something governmnet cannot do.
You take out profit motive and there is no incentive to innovate or bring about better goods or services. Marxism/socialism is and has always been an abject failure.
Tell that to people who are rejected for treatment by their insurance company.
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9841 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Tell that to people who are rejected for treatment by their insurance company.
Didn't your great government say that you can't buy insurance across state lines. What this did was limit competition and create monopolies.

Here is another point:

How many Americans refuse to take care of themselves? They drink, smoke, eat a bunch of shit, don't excersize and this is just the short list. Then, when their bodies break down, they try to get insurance to get treated. When I was in my late twenties, I had no insurance. Would it of been fair for me to find out that I had a major problem and expect an insurance company to pay for it, when I never had coverage before. Hell, let's just make everything free. It is time for Americans to start taking responsibility for themselves instead of constantly relying on big government. Big government always results in big messess.

But then Obama gonna take care of me, he already gave me a free phone...
Free Market Capitalist

Rocky Ridge, OH

#9842 Sep 28, 2012
France just announced that they are gonna tax the rich at 75%.

Stupid, stupid, stupid.

You've just seen the end of France.
Anyone in their right mind will leave and France will get nothing. You tax the piss out of the producers and job creators and they quit creating jobs and producing. The same thing, to a lesser extent, is happening in California, the mecca of liberalism. The wealthy have been leaving that state for several years now.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9843 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Health care became expensive when it became a for profit enterprise rather than a profession.
you are drunk or high...which is it?

all professions are for profit you complete idiot.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#9844 Sep 28, 2012
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Tell that to people who are rejected for treatment by their insurance company.
how did humanity survive without insurance?

insurance is a new invention.

as a lawyer what insurance do you take as payment?

how many people do you turn away who can't afford your fee?

hypocrite.

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