Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#76500 Apr 17, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
Where's my Dunlapian? He's usually on here way earlier than this. I hope he's not sick or something.
I miss my Dunlapian!:(
.....and a very Good Morning to you and all of the other Americans on this forum.
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#76501 Apr 17, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>OT, I do agree with most of what you are saying.
Last evening I recieved a "robo call, stump talk" from Rep."R" DesJarlais. As I was listening to others "bad mouthing" Obama Care, they did ask me a question; "If I had a question....press 1, so I did, next they asked me if I was for the A.C.A. press 1, if I was against it press 2.......so of course I pressed 1.
From then on it was nothing except listening to other people badmouthing ObamaCare with DesJarlais throwing fuel onto the fire as needed.
I finally realized I was wasting the local phone companys "DS0", so I hung up.
Now back to your post; yes we do need to be speaking up to our elected reps.........but first we need to get the right Reps. in place, so they will be listening to us, and not be on a mission to get rid of President Obama, even if it hurts the average American.
No argument there "Dunlapian" !
I think a part of the answer is to get people like "Pete" who is what I would term a reasonable Republican, to lead the way with the Republican representatives, and for folks like us to support folks like him.
For instance, it SEEMS to me that when real facts are placed before the public, they begin to see the common sense in not helping companies to send jobs overseas with tax incentives. "Pete" believes, based on his post that is not enough to stop the outsourcing, but I SUSPECT he doesn't support the tax incentive....so that would be a good place to start finding common ground.
There are more folks like "Pete" out in the real world than this thread would lead us to believe, and less like "Amos" who screams "socialist" at a President who has governed to the right of Nixon and Eisenhower. The hard part is to find the points of agreement and move those forward, and agree to disagree on the points of contention. I think there will be more of the former, if Americans could just get past the screaming !
Scarlett Pimple

Jamestown, TN

#76502 Apr 17, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Trust me, the trail has not gone cold!
Not with Mighty Mouse in charge:

http://www.google.com/imgres...
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#76503 Apr 17, 2013
Nuh_ wrote:
<quoted text>
You too!?!?!? LOL
I listened 45 minutes and one of my buddies actually got in 3 questions. One on background checks, one on SS, and one on the absolute mess of 99 weeks unemployment benefits and 'welfare'. To beat all - my bud is a lifelong democrat who's middle name is Wilson after Woodrow himself. He agreed with Dejarlais on his 3 answers too.
Nuh_, the exact moment that I hung up was when old Scott stated how he has been trying to strengthen up S.S., but he never stated how he tried this.
Last Congress he was all for raising the age to 72, but I never heard him mention this on the phone, did you?
This guy is a great B.S.er, just like he is with his beautiful female patients, his wife, and all of his constituents.
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#76504 Apr 17, 2013
Nuh_ wrote:
<quoted text>
The Senate has a Democrat majority.
Not in a body where 60 has become the new 51.
That's okay though....The Republicans will have the majority in the Senate again one day, and because I am a firm believer that you reap what you sow, the minority can bring their agenda to a halt as well.
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#76505 Apr 17, 2013
Scarlett Pimple wrote:
<quoted text>
Not with Mighty Mouse in charge:
http://www.google.com/imgres...
You mean the guy that got bin Laden ?
Hey

Cookeville, TN

#76506 Apr 17, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, now you know I'm crazy about you...I just keep it well hidden! LMAO!
Please do not ever like me in any way ever.
Pete

Gaffney, SC

#76507 Apr 17, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> No argument there "Dunlapian" !
I think a part of the answer is to get people like "Pete" who is what I would term a reasonable Republican, to lead the way with the Republican representatives, and for folks like us to support folks like him.
For instance, it SEEMS to me that when real facts are placed before the public, they begin to see the common sense in not helping companies to send jobs overseas with tax incentives. "Pete" believes, based on his post that is not enough to stop the outsourcing, but I SUSPECT he doesn't support the tax incentive....so that would be a good place to start finding common ground.
There are more folks like "Pete" out in the real world than this thread would lead us to believe, and less like "Amos" who screams "socialist" at a President who has governed to the right of Nixon and Eisenhower. The hard part is to find the points of agreement and move those forward, and agree to disagree on the points of contention. I think there will be more of the former, if Americans could just get past the screaming !
I couldn't agree with this more OT. Thanks!

Since: Feb 13

Guild

#76511 Apr 17, 2013
The details emerging from Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s murder trial are so gruesome that, based on the descriptions, one would assume they are fictional scenes from a horror movie. However, the reality is that the court case, which continues to expose the details of the alleged murders of at least seven babies, is, according to witness testimony, anything but a concocted tale.

Back in January 2011, Gosnell was charged with eight murders and the Associated Press described him as a doctor who gave abortions to minorities, immigrants and poor women in a “house of horrors” clinic.”

Gosnell has reportedly earned millions of dollars over the span of 30 years, performing as many illegal, late-term abortions as he could, according to prosecutors.

For over two decades…Kermit Gosnell convinced people to snip the necks of the perfectly healthy babies. Several per day. Week after week after week, year after year, baby after baby after baby.

That means this man killed more children in a single month than all the school shootings in the history of America combined, and very few in the media say anything.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#76513 Apr 17, 2013
Nuh_ wrote:
<quoted text>
The Senate has a Democrat majority.
But, not a Super Majority...which means they can't pass anything, per the Senate Rules, unless enough Republicans vote with the Democrats to bring the number up to 60 votes, for whatever it is.
The Senate only has 52 Democrats and 1 Independent who usually caucuses with the Democrats, so the Senate has to have , at least, 7 Republicans to vote with them, to pass anything.

Since: Feb 13

Guild

#76514 Apr 17, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> Not in a body where 60 has become the new 51.
That's okay though....The Republicans will have the majority in the Senate again one day, and because I am a firm believer that you reap what you sow, the minority can bring their agenda to a halt as well.
Just last week both Republican senators from TN voted WITH Harry Reid to bring his gun control bill to the Senate for debate....that SOMEHOW is bringing Reid's "agenda to a halt"???

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#76515 Apr 17, 2013
Scarlett Pimple wrote:
The trail of the Boston Bomber has gone cold, since the Saudi guy didn’t turn out to be a terrorist. Since the bomb turned out to be a pressure cooker, the FBI is investigating the Food Channel.
http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2013/...
So, the Campaigner in Chief, Barack Hussein Obama, is flying in to Boston. I just can’t get this outta my head:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =kGx94VPb8V8XX
That's NOT funny and you'd have to be a sick Individual to think it is. Sane Individuals do not think Dead and Maimed American Kids, and Adults, is funny!
I swear, sometimes I actually wonder what kind of Monsters we have posting on this Forum!

Since: Feb 13

Guild

#76516 Apr 17, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
But, not a Super Majority...which means they can't pass anything, per the Senate Rules, unless enough Republicans vote with the Democrats to bring the number up to 60 votes, for whatever it is.
The Senate only has 52 Democrats and 1 Independent who usually caucuses with the Democrats, so the Senate has to have , at least, 7 Republicans to vote with them, to pass anything.
That's exactly how our government is designed to work.

When one party pushes through 'their agenda' it is a very dangerous thing...it happened with Bush and crew in the early 2000's and it happened again with Obama in his first two years. It is precisely why we have the onerous Obamacare.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#76517 Apr 17, 2013
BREAKING NEWS: Secret Service: Suspicious Letter Mailed To Obama."

Click here:
http://news.yahoo.com/secret-suspicious-lette...
Hey

Cookeville, TN

#76518 Apr 17, 2013
Maybe Henry Ford had the answer to economic growth.
Ford claimed high wages was smart business.When wages are low there is uncertainty in the market place and growth is weak. But when pay is high and steady,Ford asserted,business is more secure because workers earn enough to become good customers.They can afford to buy Model Ts.
Germany's success seems instep with Ford's wisdom while American business and political leaders have dismantled the dynamics of virtuous circle in pursuit of downsizing,off shoring and short term profit and big dividends for there investors.
I appears to me that those in control are fine and doing well and that is what matters so why bother.Why would you bother.
I think things are how they want things to be because they are not that stupid and they are not that nice either.
When Captalists Cared.
http://nytimes.com/2012/09/03/opinion/henrt-f...
If our politicions cared to do anything concerning the folks they would have gone after the bankers.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#76519 Apr 17, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, now you know I'm crazy about you...I just keep it well hidden! LMAO!
You have the crazy part right for sure.
Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#76520 Apr 17, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
BREAKING NEWS: Secret Service: Suspicious Letter Mailed To Obama."
Click here:
http://news.yahoo.com/secret-suspicious-lette...
Must be his birth certificate
Scarlett Pimple

Jamestown, TN

#76521 Apr 17, 2013
The liberal point of View:

Salon.com : Let’s hope the Boston Marathon bomber is a white American

http://www.salon.com/2013/04/16/lets_hope_the...

To be more correct, this should read: Let’s hope the Boston Marathon bomber is a right-wing white American
Hey

Cookeville, TN

#76522 Apr 17, 2013
Neither Party has the folks in mind or we would not be in the friggin mess we are in. Period.
With all that love for the people how does this exist in this Great Nation of ours?
And Pete they wouldn't do anything like this.
Vaderbilt University study of 829 pregnant women unkowingly fed radioactive iron.188 children given radioactive laced lemon aid.
Retarded boys.psychiatric patients,and infants injected with radioactive iodine.
In 1985 the Energy Dept.on purpose produced reactor meltdowns which released radiation across Idaho and beyond.
The Air Force involved in at least 8 meltdowns in Utah desert with 14 times the radiation as Three Mile Island in Pa.
Military dumped radiationfrom planes in wide areas around and downwind of Oak Ridge Tn.Los Alomos Nm and Utah between 1944 and 1961 kept secret fo 40 years.
Radiation bombs thrown from USAF planes
Pentagon 235 above ground nuke bomb tests and Hiroshima and Nagasaki not officially experiments but 250,000 to 500,000 Us miliary personell were contaminated during compusory participation in bomb tests.
A scientist who worked for the AEC said faced with War atomic weapons will probably be used so we should take no risks,
With the National Cancer Institute 1997 finding that all 160,000 million US citizens( in country at the time of bomb tests) were contaminated with fallout.
It is clear we did face war with Atomic Weapons.OUR OWN.
http://www.counterpunch.org ./2013/04/12/inhuman-radiation -experiments/
We wouldn't do anything like this.
Cancer epidemic anyone?
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#76523 Apr 17, 2013
Nuh_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Just last week both Republican senators from TN voted WITH Harry Reid to bring his gun control bill to the Senate for debate....that SOMEHOW is bringing Reid's "agenda to a halt"???
Let me get this right....you think it should take 60 senators before a bill should be allowed to come to the floor for DEBATE ? A simple majority of Senators isn't enough to TALK about proposed legislation ? Give me a break.

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