Who do you support for Governor in Pennsylvania in 2010?

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G Bush

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"I hope Members of Congress, governors, state legislators and business leaders across our country will follow Connecticut's lead to help ensure that no American who works full time has to raise a family in poverty, and that every American who works hard has the chance to get ahead," Obama said in a statement after Wednesday's vote.

Thanks Barack !!
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Report: Obamacare’s regulatory costs more than double benefits
03/24/2014

The annual costs of Obamacare regulations come in at $6.8 billion a year so far — around 2.5 times the total benefits of its heavy-handed regulations, according to study released Monday.

The federal government’s estimates of Obamacare’s regulatory “benefits”— what they project in increased efficiency or productivity due to streamlined processes and standards — clock in at just $2.6 billion annually, as opposed to the cost of complying with all those regulations, which is almost $7 billion.

By 2014, when all but those delayed parts of the Affordable Care Act have been implemented, regulations have imposed over $27.2 billion in costs upon the private sector and $8 billion in unfunded state burdens, the report by free-market think tank American Action Forum (AAF) found.

A large portion of the costs come from the paperwork burden that Obamacare places upon states and private companies. Implementing the law takes 159 million paperwork hours a year for state governments and the private sector — an amount that would take close to 80,000 employees, working 50 weeks per year full-time.(That’s 40 hours per week, not Obamacare’s 30-hour work week threshold for full-time.)

http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/24/report-obam...
laffaminute

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Bobby Teabag wrote:
<quoted text>To smart? LMAO...I just spit out the soda I was drinking. Thanks for the laugh though.
Let me educate you if you're up to it, probably is a waste of my time but I'll give it a shot.
If you have read, lets say just 1 percent of "bacon Haters" his posts you would know he is far from smart and severely lacking in the common sense department.
I'm being paid for by Topix Politix etc., who is the etc.? Is this a worldwide conspiracy or something like that?
Out of 50,000 posts on here I'm responsible for at least 34,000 of them? Don't you think you're exaggerating a little? Perhaps you're just no good with math. Did you fail math in school? Did you even graduate? It seems to me you never graduated school and failed miserably at math.
I'm an ignorant moron and that's for sure you say. In what way am I an ignorant moron, how did you come to this conclusion that I'm an ignorant moron? Just how sure are you?
What exactly are these psychological issues you say I have? Do you have a degree in psychology and if so where did you earn your degree,especially without having a high school diploma. I always assumed you had to of graduated high school to enter a college. Maybe you took your GED or went to a foreign country to obtain your degree.
I find it interesting, that you find it difficult to reason with me. I don't remember once discussing a topic with you "Kevin Trudeau" are you sure it was me and not bobby6464. Does bobby6464 ring a bell? He mysteriously disappeared from Topix shortly after he was caught posting under several different ID's. Poor bobby6464 forgot to log out several times and even logged in under the wrong ID's. He was so angry that day.
So you don't negotiate with idiots....its one of my rules? Who on here is negotiating? What subject were you trying to reach an agreement with?
I don't think you are able to debate someone who disagrees with you. I don't think you are able to have a reasonable discussion when you're faced with facts. I think you're just a diehard liberal who tries to enter a discussion without any knowledge and when you're confronted with facts you resort to names calling, leave quickly, then reappears under a different ID. Am I correct Mr. Turd?
I would rethink your screen name. Unless getting tea bagged is your idea of a good time. Look it up if if you have to.

“My morals return with sunrise”

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Thanks Barack wrote:
Report: Obamacare’s regulatory costs more than double benefits
03/24/2014
The annual costs of Obamacare regulations come in at $6.8 billion a year so far — around 2.5 times the total benefits of its heavy-handed regulations, according to study released Monday.
The federal government’s estimates of Obamacare’s regulatory “benefits”— what they project in increased efficiency or productivity due to streamlined processes and standards — clock in at just $2.6 billion annually, as opposed to the cost of complying with all those regulations, which is almost $7 billion.
By 2014, when all but those delayed parts of the Affordable Care Act have been implemented, regulations have imposed over $27.2 billion in costs upon the private sector and $8 billion in unfunded state burdens, the report by free-market think tank American Action Forum (AAF) found.
A large portion of the costs come from the paperwork burden that Obamacare places upon states and private companies. Implementing the law takes 159 million paperwork hours a year for state governments and the private sector — an amount that would take close to 80,000 employees, working 50 weeks per year full-time.(That’s 40 hours per week, not Obamacare’s 30-hour work week threshold for full-time.)
http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/24/report-obam...
Daily Caller. Hilarious.

Didn't you dumbasses just waste $24 BILLION on a baby-fit government shutdown that failed to do anything? Looks like we have quite the tab. Also, over 50 failed votes at about $2 million each, none of which have a chance to do anything but waste money.

So much for "the party of fiscal responsibility."

And we're still waiting on the GOP plan to fix our failed healthcare system. We know you don't like this one and we know our old one was unsustainable. If your solution is to waste money and bitch, that won't work. That's all you've done for six years. But trust me, if you have an alternative, we're all ears.

But you got nothing.
Bush beans

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Bobby Teabag wrote:
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Are you sure Obama's approval rating isn't already below Bush's? Do you want the combined/overall approval ratings or would you like me to break it down for you to see where Bush was in the 90's and Obama is in the teens as of this post? If I was to break it down for you then you could compare their trust, direction of our country, foreign relations, national debt etc.. Then you can see who is trusted and liked better where it's important.
NO I don't.........Bush was 25% for the whole last year of his term ..Obama will never reach 25%.........Yeah break it down for me....HAA!!
Yeah Baby!
Davey Rogers

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Obamacare is here to stay get over it.... make adjustments over the years to satisfy even the teabaggers....make all healthcare free and fight more wars..........even if you bomb the wrong country .we'll forgive you!
Yeah baby! HAAAAAAA !!
Pa pork

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Fattys in pa from all the pork
Obama Is Not on This List

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Fortune Magazine names the world’s 50 best leaders
March 24

In an era that feels starved for leadership, we've found men and women who will inspire you -- some famous, others little known, all of them energizing their followers and making the world better.

http://money.cnn.com/gallery/leadership/2014/...

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Obama Is Not on This List wrote:
Fortune Magazine names the world’s 50 best leaders
March 24
In an era that feels starved for leadership, we've found men and women who will inspire you -- some famous, others little known, all of them energizing their followers and making the world better.
http://money.cnn.com/gallery/leadership/2014/...
Bill Clinton #5....THANK YOU......
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Uh Oh Obama No wrote:
U.S. Seniors Have Realigned With the Republican Party
March 26, 2014
Seniors move from a reliably Democratic to a reliably Republican group
U.S seniors -- those aged 65 and older -- have moved from a reliably Democratic group to a reliably Republican one over the past two decades. From 1992 through 2006, seniors had been solidly Democratic and significantly more Democratic than younger Americans. Over the last seven years, seniors have become less Democratic, and have shown an outright preference for the Republican Party since 2010.
http://www.gallup.com/poll/168083/seniors-rea...
bacon hater wrote:
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Evidence that the Republican Party is almost dead? Great. We really needed that.
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> The dying off of the Fox/GOP demographic......
Your macabre cheer leading for the death of elder citizens is both heartless and futile. The over age 65 population and its growing GOP support is an INCREASING population, not one that is dying off.

Your ignorance and hateful prejudice blinds you to the reality. Here, do some reading on the trend before you embarrass yourselves further:
65-and-Older Population Soars
http://money.usnews.com/money/retirement/arti...

Increasing numbers of senior citizens are abandoning Obama's and Hillary's progressive, socialistic wealth redistribution principles.

Uh Oh.

LMAO!
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bacon hater wrote:
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Obama pardoned Bush by not pursuing criminal charges against him.
Failing to pursue criminal charges is not a pardon. You are lying when you say it is.
bacon hater wrote:
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He could have prosecuted him [President Bush], or had him turned over to the Hague.
No, Obama could NOT have had President Bush turned over to the Hague. You are lying when you say he could.
bacon hater wrote:
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Obama directed the DOJ to grant him immunity for these crimes, hence, a pardon.
"hence, a pardon" LOL No, sweetheart, immunity from prosecution is NOT the same as a pardon. You are lying again.

You are so comfortable and accustomed to lying that you confuse your own lies for the truth. It seems you can't control it.

“My morals return with sunrise”

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LaughingAtYou wrote:
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Failing to pursue criminal charges is not a pardon. You are lying when you say it is.
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No, Obama could NOT have had President Bush turned over to the Hague. You are lying when you say he could.
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"hence, a pardon" LOL No, sweetheart, immunity from prosecution is NOT the same as a pardon. You are lying again.
You are so comfortable and accustomed to lying that you confuse your own lies for the truth. It seems you can't control it.
par·don
noun
1.
the action of forgiving or being forgiven for an error or offense.
"he obtained pardon for his sins"
synonyms: forgiveness, absolution, clemency, mercy, leniency, remission

By agreeing to make Bush immune, he offered clemency. Both are pardons, or forgiveness.

Bush violated US Code. I posted the code one page back. He could have been arrested and prosecuted here, or turned over to international authorities (the Hague).

But, I am glad you have finally given up the contention that Bush isn't an admitted international war criminal.

That's progress.

“My morals return with sunrise”

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bacon hater wrote:
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Here's Bush admitting to international war crimes. On video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
Here's the Obama filing for immunity. The first line includes a link to the actual .pdf document.
http://www.globalresearch.ca/obama-doj-asks-c...
Here is just the .pdf document.
http://warisacrime.org/sites/afterdowningstre...
Here is the US code that defines torture as a war crime.
http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/244...
(A) Torture.— The act of a person who commits, or conspires or attempts to commit, an act specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering (other than pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions) upon another person within his custody or physical control for the purpose of obtaining information or a confession, punishment, intimidation, coercion, or any reason based on discrimination of any kind.
Anything else?
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Above are the links to Bush's own admission of international war crimes, the document that pardons (forgives) him in the US by the Obama administration and the US code that he violated. Just in case.
Pa pork

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Lol wut??
Kevin Trudeau

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Pa pork wrote:
Lol wut??
Its way over your head buddy...

You must be a Bagger? Huh
NATE SILVER

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Ye I am genius and have come to the conclusion that Republicans will take majority in the Senate and maintain control of the House.

THANKS BARACK !!!!!

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NATE SILVER wrote:
Ye I am genius and have come to the conclusion that Republicans will take majority in the Senate and maintain control of the House.
THANKS BARACK !!!!!
And Romney will win by ten points. And Iraq will greet us liberators. Any other prediction from Planet Teabag you'd like to share?
NATE SILVER

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I remember picking Obama to win the presidency and all the libs could talk about was what a genius I am. Was I from planet tea bag then ? Now that my data shows the Repubs taking the Senate and maintaining the House you libs throw me under the bus. Why is that ? I think you are scared. Don't worry, Obama still has a pen and a phone and use each as he see fit.
bacon hater wrote:
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And Romney will win by ten points. And Iraq will greet us liberators. Any other prediction from Planet Teabag you'd like to share?
Irrational Liberal

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Anti-gun radio host wishes on NRA:‘I will shoot you’
March 28, 2014

An angry liberal radio host with an anti-gun bent went on a rant during a recent broadcast about new Georgia legislation to expand the concealed carry laws, ultimately sending out a wish that he could shoot an NRA board member.

Host Mike Malloy made the shocking statements as a means of protesting stand your ground laws in the state of Georgia.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/mar/...
Dangerous Democrat

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Arms-smuggling Democrat Leland Yee spoke at Obama campaign headquarters, said Obama gives hope to those ‘cynical about politics’
03/28/2014

The California lawmaker indicted for arms smuggling and corruption endorsed President Barack Obama with a speech at Obama’s presidential campaign headquarters in San Francisco, and said that Obama delivered a message of hope for those “cynical about politics.”

State Sen. Leland Yee was arrested Wednesday for corruption and for conspiring to funnel weapons, including shoulder-fired missiles, from a Muslim separatist group in the Philippines to undercover FBI agents in exchange for campaign donations.

The undercover agent who discussed the arms deal with Yee presented himself as a member of a fraternal organization headed by Chinatown gangster Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, who was also indicted as part of the investigation that snared Yee.

Chow was recognized by Sen. Dianne Feinstein in a 2012 statement as a former offender who had become an asset to his community.

http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/28/arms-smuggl...

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