Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#28 Aug 5, 2014
Phil wrote:
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By the time this administration is leaving the National Debt will be 20 trillion. Very said, this president has added 10 trillion to the Debt. Far more than any president ever in history.
Remember when Obama called Bush "un-American" for driving up the debt?
Remember when Obama promised to cut the deficit in half?

Blue? Pipsqueak?? Bob??? Mark Luxford???? Buehler?????
Phil

Oxford, MI

#30 Aug 5, 2014
In fiscal 2008, the federal deficit was $454.8 billion. In fiscal 2012, it was $1.2967 trillion. By this measure, President Obama did not reduce federal deficits by $2.5 trillion. He increased the annual deficit by $841.9 billion.
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#31 Aug 5, 2014
Phil wrote:
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The real unAmerican said he would cut it in half before the end of his first term. Surely two terms would be more than enough time.
Sorry but when he absolutely refuses to wear a American flag pin. Or his wife says "all that for a flag" it is hard to have any respect for them or to believe that they have much respect for America and it's values.
In a recent (and rare) press conference, while Obama was being grilled with serious questions about the border, Israel, Hamas, etc.- you know, questions a real president is responsible for answering - he stopped them and said, "Gee, and I thought you folks were gonna ask me what Imma planning' to do on my birthday!"

Since: Oct 12

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#32 Aug 5, 2014
Phil wrote:
In fiscal 2008, the federal deficit was $454.8 billion. In fiscal 2012, it was $1.2967 trillion. By this measure, President Obama did not reduce federal deficits by $2.5 trillion. He increased the annual deficit by $841.9 billion.
Don't dare show, the last 5 years......

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#34 Aug 5, 2014
..See......
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Keego Harbor, MI

#37 Aug 5, 2014
Today another loss for the Dow over 120 points. Something like 16400 now.......
Really

Grand Rapids, MI

#38 Aug 6, 2014
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
Today another loss for the Dow over 120 points. Something like 16400 now.......
It's not important....means nothing. Or did the AP report the loss? THEN it might be important AND the truth.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#39 Aug 6, 2014
WSJ/NBC poll:

40% Job approval for Obama.

36% Foreign policy approval for Obama.

64% still feeling effects of economic collapse and still feel we're in a recession.

76%- ALL TIME RECORD - skeptical their children will have a better life then their generation.

Hope and Change ... Blue?? Chickenshit.

This administration has failed, and the American people are finally recognizing it. The only people still defending this are the media, the hippies, and the same low-info skin color-fixated racists who would do so regardless of how poorly Obama's administration performs.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#41 Aug 6, 2014
FACTORY ORDERS RISE 1.1 PERCENT IN JUNE.....Associated Press .(8-6-14)...8.4% jump in demand for commercial aircraft drive gains....Better weather has boosted manufacturing.......
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#43 Aug 11, 2014
Obamacare enrollment numbers significantly lower than White House touted...

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/201...

Uh oh ... Remember back in the spring when the Obama administration said they wouldn't be releasing new enrollment numbers until next year? This is why:

The nation's third-largest health insurer had 720,000 people sign up for exchange coverage as of May 20, a spokesman confirmed to IBD. At the end of June, it had fewer than 600,000 paying customers. Aetna expects that to fall to "just over 500,000" by the end of the year.

That would leave Aetna's paid enrollment down as much as 30% from that May sign-up tally.
Really

Grand Rapids, MI

#44 Aug 12, 2014
Oneal wrote:
Obamacare enrollment numbers significantly lower than White House touted...
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/201...
Uh oh ... Remember back in the spring when the Obama administration said they wouldn't be releasing new enrollment numbers until next year? This is why:
The nation's third-largest health insurer had 720,000 people sign up for exchange coverage as of May 20, a spokesman confirmed to IBD. At the end of June, it had fewer than 600,000 paying customers. Aetna expects that to fall to "just over 500,000" by the end of the year.
That would leave Aetna's paid enrollment down as much as 30% from that May sign-up tally.
It doesn't matter...they signed up and that is all that matters to Obama and his cronies. Never mind that the people who signed up are not paying their premiums and thus still don't have insurance. Remember, it is NEVER the results of what the progressives do, it is ALWAYS the intentions. Besides, we all know those evil insurance companies just wanted to cancel the policies anyway and are being big meanies for cancelling for nonpayment.
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#45 Aug 12, 2014
Really wrote:
<quoted text>It doesn't matter...they signed up and that is all that matters to Obama and his cronies. Never mind that the people who signed up are not paying their premiums and thus still don't have insurance. Remember, it is NEVER the results of what the progressives do, it is ALWAYS the intentions. Besides, we all know those evil insurance companies just wanted to cancel the policies anyway and are being big meanies for cancelling for nonpayment.
The gap between sign-up numbers the Obamacare zealots and pitchmen were doing little victory laps over and the number of current premium-paying customers reflects both those who never sent in a first payment and those who stopped paying.

In other words, conservatives were right all along about Obamacare's ridiculous self-sustainability promises.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#47 Aug 12, 2014
Rob wrote:
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How come pipsqueak won't comment on this? Lol
He is too busy pole dancing for Obama in Martha's Vineyard!
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#51 Aug 15, 2014
Weekly initial unemployment insurance claims jumped to 311,000 from 290,000 a week ago.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#53 Aug 18, 2014
Here's some more evidence that all is not rosy in America's economy:

1. Auto Loans: The average auto loan term increased to sixty-six months during the first-quarter, according to Experian Automotive. That is the highest level since Experian began publicly reporting the data in 2006. Nearly 25% of all new vehicle loans originated during the quarter had terms extending out seventy-three months to eighty-four months, representing a 27.6% surge from a year earlier.

2. Real Estate: Last month, the Census Bureau reported that the nation's homeownership rate during the second quarter dipped 0.3 percentage points to 64.7%, compared to 65% a year earlier. That is the lowest level in nineteen years. At the same time, national vacancy rates in the second quarter fell to 7.5% for rental housing, representing the lowest level since 1997.

3. Savings: Twenty-six percent of Americans do not have any money placed aside for emergencies, according to a new survey from Bankrate. In fact, 67% have saved less than six months' worth of expenses, and 50% have saved less than three months' expenses. Over the past year, the number of Americans with at least three months' expenses in savings declined from 45% to 40%.

4. Wealth: A brutal combination of falling stock and home prices has decimated wealth gains over the past decade. Net worth at the 50th percentile (median) totaled $56,335 in 2013, down 36% from $87,992 in 2003, according to a recent report from the Russell Sage Foundation. In fact, the 90th and 95th percentiles were the only groups to report wealth gains between 2003 and 2013.

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I know this was too long and complicated for the likes of Go Blue to suffer through in his retirement activities, but for those of us still contributing to society, these are some of the realities Americans are experiencing. Kind of makes those snappy little copy/paste AP blurbs on the "recovery" look a little less rosy, huh ...
pipedream

Grand Blanc, MI

#54 Aug 18, 2014
Oneal wrote:
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but for those of us still contributing to society, these are some of the realities Americans are experiencing. Kind of makes those snappy little copy/paste AP blurbs on the "recovery" look a little less rosy, huh ...
You contribute to society? How's that from where? That's when the 2 hours a day you're not itting on your fat azz inside your trailer banging away your endless bull shit on a keyboard blaming everything in your miserable life existence on the black man in the White House and his family. Heck I just got back from a weekend up north and the number of full size SUVs on the road on Friday and then again yesterday filled with families, soccer moms, you name it, hauling trailers of all kinds, including boats, motor homes, jet skiis and just about other type of RV imaginable was incredible. Campgrounds were full, hotels/motels busy, businesses flourishing. These people, most of them with families, didn't look at all distressed. They all obviously had jobs, and good ones apparently. This isn't just a one weekend occurrence either. Then there was the Dream Cruise on Woodward Ave this past weekend, again the same thing, businesses flourishing everywhere, people spending money, the volume of SUVs and other new cars of all kinds, classic cars, and no one that I could see out of literally thousands attending who looked economically distressed or hurting in anyway.

You must have missed all that again eh stupid? The only explanation for that that I can think of is that White trash like you always miss the obvious. Your problem isn't Obama or the economy you say is so bad, its YOUR fat, lazy, lying azz AND your spending hours daily trying to find friends and feeding your narcissistic need for attention on Topix.

By the way, you complained recently on a different thread how disappointed you've been that no one will take up your offers to meet face to face. Try telling them what you have in mind - for starters how you do blow jobs and enjoy going down on all fours in freeway restrooms. Really and Phil won't have any problems taking you up on that, no questions asked.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#56 Aug 19, 2014
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
Such a coward. You are the one that started talking about meeting people. When they start taking you up on it all you can do is run your mouth. Why don't you grow a pair little boy?
It's not worth reminding a low-income, white trash hick that people from Michigan and surrounding states go camping because they can't afford to take more expensive vacations to other parts of the country or world. If camping was considered a mainstream destination vacation Michigan would be the tourist mecca of the USA. It's not. It's a more affordable form of getting away when one can't afford to jet off for the weekend to more exciting destinations than some depressed, overcrowded campground in Dirtstick, MI.

BTW: I was at the cruise in Detroit. I'll likely spend some time at the cruise this weekend in Grand Rapids. I'll keep an eye out for PipSqueak and his cousin's crappy camper, roasting hot dogs on the side of Division, livin' it up Clampett style and thanking Obama for letting him feel like King Redneck for a day!

Meanwhile, another sign of the country's economic condition, aside from the Trailer Trash Indicator Squeak prefers: Insurers say Affordable Care Act enrollment is shrinking, and it is expected to shrink further. Some of those who signed up for insurance on the exchanges never paid; others paid, then stopped paying.

End result? Time to sell the Pop-up, Cletus!
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#59 Aug 21, 2014
Rob wrote:
<quoted text>
Oops, I meant for that last post to go to a different thread! I feel like Blue balls now, posting stuff that has nothing to do with the topic.
LOL
pipedream

Grand Blanc, MI

#60 Aug 22, 2014
Oneal wrote:
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It's not worth reminding a low-income, white trash hick like Ostupid that people from Michigan and surrounding states go camping because they can't afford to take more expensive vacations

End result? Time to sell the Pop-up, Cletus!
Families driving new gas guzzling SUVs, trucks of all sizes, hauling trailers, campers, motor homes, boats, jet skiis at all times of the night and day; and new cars on the move in every direction either enroute to or returning from their second homes, their friends or family's homes, many of them on lakes, or they're staying in hotels, campsites etc. who the vast majority of which aren't sleeping in tents; restaurants always full, businesses of all kinds flourishing, semis hauling goods delivering commerce on the roadways 24/7, and all you can do is mouth your criticism of the economy and how black man who occupies the white house is destroying your little world? LOL Got news for you stupid. Your problem isn't Obama or anyone else. Its your pathetic existence.-- PERIOD.

How can the economy be so bad when all anyone has to do is just consider the 24/7 activity on the highways -- the roads are cities on the move; the amount of traffic, commercial and private, the thriving businesses that cater to travelers, and the amount of money they're spending for gas and vacations? And that isn't just on weekends. Its EVERY day of the week stupid. And the closer to urban areas the more the traffic there is. Drive it during rush hour in the mornings or afternoons and you'll see how much traffic there is and THAT traffic is job / commerce related. If the economy is so bad stupid why do you suppose there's so much traffic on the roadways 24/7? and why do these people have so much discretionary income to spend on new cars, 2nd homes, vacations, restaurants and all the other stuff they're spending money on? I'll give you one good reason why you don't/can't see it -- You're unemployed, unemployable and won't leave your trailer. Like I said stupid -- it doesn't take much to see you're nothing but a POS racist, white trash tool with too much time on your hands. How can it be anything else when you're the one trolling these forums every day either trying to find friends or just trying to impress other inbred fat asses like yourself, complaining, whining, complaining and blaming. Just who are you trying to impress here stupid?

If its so bad in your little world fatso, why not just put a loaded gun to your head and pull the trigger? Or find someone else to do it for you. Just think ... then all your problems and pathetic existence will end. Its that simple. The bottom line for you is you can't have too much going on if you have as much time to flap your big mouth like you do on Topix, calling me a troll and a coward, while you hide like a little coward and the pussy your are behind a keyboard and your anonymity.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#61 Aug 22, 2014
pipedream wrote:
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The bottom line for you is you can't have too much going on if you have as much time to flap your big mouth like you do on Topix, calling me a troll and a coward, while you hide like a little coward and the pussy your are behind a keyboard and your anonymity.
I've already logically explained that people cramming their kids in a smelly camper and heading to "The Dunes" to play in the dirt is about the opposite of a roaring economy, where those same people would be more financially able to jet off to a more distant, expensive adventure. They camp because they cannot afford to do anything else, you ignorant white trash goober!

The rest of your boring rant was just more of the same crap that someone your age should have more intelligence than to embarrass yourself posting, but of course you'll just keep making an ass of yourself until you eventually disappear like your pedophile liberal predecessor "Bob".

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