Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#78758 May 7, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> I have noticed how often you condemn the posts made by MsGurl.....enough said ?
Thank You!

Since: Feb 13

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#78759 May 7, 2013
Scarlett Pimple wrote:
<quoted text>
You know, since we live in a new age of nanny state government regulation and limitation of liberties, maybe we should take a cue from our future owners and rulers, China.
China for years has had laws that limit the number of children couples may have, and they force women to have abortions. But that’s reactionary thinking. We need a more progressive approach.
For some reason, the people who have children are often those who can least afford them. So why not make it more difficult to have children? We could take the Pelosi approach and tax sex. Hey, they tax alcohol and tobacco, why not sex?
So rather than abort their children, why don’t we just temporarily sterilize all women who reach puberty? In order to have children, you’ll have to get a permit from the state. The Dept of Children’s Services will do a background check on both participants, and determine whether they have the means to support the child, and can offer it the proper environment to develop and prosper.
If you take drugs or abuse alcohol, then you can’t have kids. Period. If you have a minimum wage job, yer out! If yer a felon, fugedaboutit.
Progress – the way of the future….
Why not give all the Men and Boys a vasectomy, it's an Out-patient procedure , snip and clip and you're out the door and it's a whole lot cheaper than sterilizing the Females...and you People are all about saving money and going the cheapest route, aren't you?
Well alright thenm, problem solved! Now, which one of you big , strong Manly Men, wants to be first?
Remember , this was all the idea of that Dude over there...the One with that big Red Pimple on his face that needs lancing...so, come on now and don't be shy...he wants to get on with it and save everybody a bunch of money...he's all about "saving money", you know! So....hey, where'd everybody go? Where's the Dude with the Big Red Pimple on his face...would you look at that, I've never seen anybody run that fast before in my Life...He should have been in the Olympics! All we'd have to do is mention, "snip and clip" and he'd be gone like greased lightening and Kyle Petty couldn't catch him, in his race car...look at that Boy run!...SMH...
ins rep

Tazewell, TN

#78760 May 7, 2013
72,000!!!

Since: Feb 13

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#78761 May 7, 2013
nope wrote:
<quoted text>No job or money? Who's paying for the house? Doesn't sound like the roots are so deep that the car can't be packed up and driven to where the jobs are. The drive will be good for the kids since the govt schools have been so dumbed down and let's be realistic, the real education starts at home. Who would teach their own children to just sit and do nothing? Illegal aliens come here from hundreds or thousands of miles away with nothing and are employed in a matter of days. Hmmmm.....kinda makes ya wonder what the difference is, perhaps will effort and determination.
You don't have any Children, do you? Pray tell, what are you going to do for some place for them to sleep and bath and something for them to eat, until One can find a job and get that first Paycheck?
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#78762 May 7, 2013
Honestly wrote:
<quoted text>
Here Irag has had a chance at democracy for ten years and the U.S. is still fighting over its fundamentals after 200+ years. Give 'em a chance.
After our Revolution peace came in 1783, 6 years later we had a working Constitution, which still works today. Fourteen years after that we went shopping and bought the Louisiana Purchase.
I don't remember during those early years any mass killing's, bombings ect.

Since: Feb 13

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#78763 May 7, 2013
ins rep wrote:
72,000!!!
Dude, according to mine, we past that number 6,760 posts ago.

“IMNTBHO”

Since: Dec 10

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#78764 May 7, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
That's because You ARE one of the "nasty" Posters! "ENOUGH SAID"!
Linda, show these recent nasty posts. I admit that, early on, I was not as reserved as I am now, nor have O been for months. However, I have never been vulgar, like you almost constantly, and yes even MG, at times. I still and Will continue to post your lied and inconsistencies. To you , that is being nasty.

Since: Feb 13

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#78765 May 7, 2013
"Nashville-Based Oreck Files For Bankruptcy."

Click here:
http://www.newschannel5.com/story/22182970/na...

“IMNTBHO”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#78766 May 7, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Now, read this carefully Scarlet Pimple...by the way , shouldn't you get that thing lanced or something...nevermind, I digress. So anyway, this Trucker doesn't haul to Small Towns. If you paid attention, I also said that there weren't any jobs in "Small Rural Towns" in this State. What? Did you fall asleep before you could read the entire Post, or is your attention span just that short?
Pay attention now, I said...the Trucker does NOT haul to SMALL TOWNS...and that there AREN'T any jobs in SMALL RURAL TOWNS. They're all in LARGER CITIES...now, have you got it?
If not, just keep reading it over and over, surely you'll understand it sooner or later...if you read it enough times.
I haul to both small and big towns and guess what. I drive through many small towns between the big ones. In fact it is impossible to avoid the small towns.
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#78767 May 7, 2013
Scarlett Pimple wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow. Sounds like you’re very interested in executive mis-conduct and/or negligence.
If that’s the case, then you should LOVE the Benghazi debacle. Seriously, we have executive incompetence, cover-up, conspiracy, perjury, lies, deceit, and to top it all off, we have dead people.
Makes Valery Plame being outed by Deputy Secretary of State Richard L. Armitage look like pikers.
But you wouldn't know about Benghazi because the media you watch and read have covered it about as much as the Kermit Gosnell baby murder case.
Why don't we all wait for the Benghazi hearings to start, which I believe will be tommorrow.
While we are talking about Libya, just how much do you know about what is going on over there right now with your news source?
For a current update;
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2013/05/...

If Valeria Plame would not of been outed along with the whole CIA operation she was involved with maybe just maybe, thousands of good Americans would be alive today, and many more would still have their limbs attached.
I was just wondering have you ever been to North Africa?

Since: Feb 13

Guild

#78768 May 7, 2013
The so-called "common sense gun legislation" of expanded background checks that was recently defeated in the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate...if it had become law:

A) Loaning your buddy a shotgun for a duck hunting trip would be considered a transfer. If the following requirements are not met, YOU HAVE BOTH COMMITTED A FEDERAL CRIME.

1. He must have already purchased his hunting license
2. Season is already open (and will not close before he returns it)
3. He cannot travel with the firearm through a county where season is not yet open or any area where hunting is prohibited and certainly not across a state line.

He CANNOT stop by your house on the day before season opens, pick up the shot gun, go to the sporting goods store to buy a license and shells then drive out to the hunting lease. In this scenario, YOU BOTH WOULD HAVE COMMITTED MULTIPLE FEDERAL CRIMES, YOUR WEAPONS WILL BE FORFEITED AND YOU WILL LOOSE YOUR RIGHT TO BUY OR OWN A FIREARM.

B) Only you may relocate your weapons. If your weapon leaves your home without you, the new legislation considers it a transfer of possession. ALL transfers require going through a firearms dealer, paying the transfer fee and a background check for the transferee.

Putting the weapon, even temporarily in someone else's possession, requires a transfer through a dealer. There is no exception for putting them in a friend's truck while moving to your new house or packing them unloaded, locked in a gun safe into a moving truck.

Any scenario in which your weapon leaves your home without you is considered a transfer. Failure to properly transfer the weapon is a federal crime which can result in a prison term AND WILL RESULT IN THE FORFEITURE OF YOUR WEAPON.

In the scenario above, your buddy's truck was used to commit a federal crime and WILL BE CONFISCATED just like with current Fish and Game violations.

C) Infractions as above which involve 2 guns of any type are considered weapons trafficking. You will be prosecuted under the same federal laws as a terrorist arms dealer.

D) Any of the infractions above (or hundreds of other routine scenarios) may result in federal charges, confiscation of ALL your weapons and being prohibited, like all felons, from ever owning a weapon again.

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z... :


Since: Mar 10

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#78769 May 7, 2013
NTMD8OR wrote:
<quoted text>
Linda, show these recent nasty posts. I admit that, early on, I was not as reserved as I am now, nor have O been for months. However, I have never been vulgar, like you almost constantly, and yes even MG, at times. I still and Will continue to post your lied and inconsistencies. To you , that is being nasty.
MG is vulgar "at times?!"

Wow.
Scarlett Pimple

Jamestown, TN

#78771 May 7, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
Why not give all the Men and Boys a vasectomy, it's an Out-patient procedure , snip and clip and you're out the door and it's a whole lot cheaper than sterilizing the Females...and you People are all about saving money and going the cheapest route, aren't you?
Well alright thenm, problem solved! Now, which one of you big , strong Manly Men, wants to be first?
Remember , this was all the idea of that Dude over there...the One with that big Red Pimple on his face that needs lancing...so, come on now and don't be shy...he wants to get on with it and save everybody a bunch of money...he's all about "saving money", you know! So....hey, where'd everybody go? Where's the Dude with the Big Red Pimple on his face...would you look at that, I've never seen anybody run that fast before in my Life...He should have been in the Olympics! All we'd have to do is mention, "snip and clip" and he'd be gone like greased lightening and Kyle Petty couldn't catch him, in his race car...look at that Boy run!...SMH...
Babbling is a symptom of mental illness.
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#78775 May 7, 2013
NTMD8OR wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually no, simply because I don't continually get on here and comment/complain about the nasty posters, like you do. Enough said?
Did the truth hurt the big bad tough truck driver ?
Scarlett Pimple

Jamestown, TN

#78776 May 7, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>After our Revolution peace came in 1783, 6 years later we had a working Constitution, which still works today. Fourteen years after that we went shopping and bought the Louisiana Purchase.
I don't remember during those early years any mass killing's, bombings ect.
And I don't remember welfare, food stamps, or gov't mandated health care. No free Obama phones either.

However, your comment about not remembering any mass killings in early ‘Murrican history is probably due to your public education.

Indeed:

On July 26, 1764, a teacher and 10 students were shot dead by four Lenape American Indians in Greencastle, Penn., in what is considered the earliest known U.S. mass school shooting.

On April 10, 1891, an elderly man fired a shotgun at children playing in front of St. Mary's Parochial School in Newburgh, N.Y. "None of the children were killed, but several were well filled with lead," the report said.

On February 3, apparently unprovoked, Barnett Davenport beat Caleb Mallory to death. He then beat Mallory's seven-year-old grandchild with a rifle and killed his daughter-in-law. Davenport looted the home before setting it on fire, killing two others.

His shocking confession was the basis of much soul-searching for the fledgling nation's press. Many books were written about the crime, and the perception of murderers began to change in America. Until then, crime was most often seen as the result of common sinners losing their way. But Davenport's crime and its portrayal to the public caused people to perceive criminals as evil and alien to the rest of society.

Davenport, born in 1760, enlisted in the American army as a teenager and had served at Valley Forge and Fort Ticonderoga. In the waning days of the war with the British, he came to live in the Mallory household.

Today, Davenport's crime might be ascribed to some type of post-war stress syndrome.

Since: Feb 13

Guild

#78779 May 7, 2013
Vet wrote:
Mrs Clinton should be in jail for allowing the Ambassador and three other Americans to die.
‘What Difference, At This Point, Does It Make?’

Well, according to Obama administration apologists, it doesn't matter that four Americans were left to die by the strongest country the world has ever seen. At that bastion of even-handed reporting of the facts, MSNBC, they feel Hillary's testimony was...in their words...Hillary ‘At Her Very Best’.
nope

Tazewell, TN

#78780 May 7, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't have any Children, do you? Pray tell, what are you going to do for some place for them to sleep and bath and something for them to eat, until One can find a job and get that first Paycheck?
I have two children, both out of college with Masters Degrees(academic scholarship paid=effort), and they learned exactly what my parents had taught me many decades ago, THINK AHEAD. I'm not opposed to helping anyone that's willing to make the effort to help themselves. Many places will help those in need of starting over, the Salvation Army, Red Cross, churches, Masonic Lodges, etc. Where would this family you speak of go if the house were to burn down today? Would they simply stand there and stare until they died or would they make some life changes? In 99% of all cases the word "can't" should be replaced with the word "won't" because it's certainly closer to the truth. I'd still like an answer to who is paying for their home since they aren't. Are they being helped or are they mooching? Society is always willing to give a helping hand but is very sick and tired of the mooching, so the answer is important and has many implications.

“IMNTBHO”

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#78781 May 7, 2013
The Original Amused wrote:
<quoted text>
MG is vulgar "at times?!"
Wow.
Yup , at times with certain posters. Never with myself and many others.
Gov2015

Morristown, TN

#78782 May 7, 2013
Lol!

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#78783 May 7, 2013
Vet, thought you might enjoy:

"Cuba unveils private sector plan -

Government issues guidelines for new measure to "save socialism" by loosening restrictions on private employment.

Impoverished Cubans who are struggling to live on $20 a month welcomed the reforms

Cuba has announced plans to expand its private sector, issuing guidelines for free enterprise activities in 178 fields, ranging from watch repairs to providing transport, state media reported.

The government hopes the new plans, outlined in the Communist Party newspaper Granma on Saturday, will help preserve socialism.

Under the new measure, Cubans will be able to open restaurants, repair homes and cars, train animals, sell wine, provide transport, work as clowns and open many other businesses, some currently prohibited by the communist-led government.

"The decision to loosen the rules on private employment is one of the steps the country has taken in the redesign of its economic policies to increase production levels and efficiency," Granma reported, citing Marino Murillo Jorge, the economy minister, and Admi Valhuerdi Cepero, vice-minister of labour and social security.

Bank credits

The paper said the government was considering providing bank credits to the new entrepreneurs, who will be able to hire employees for the first time since small businesses were nationalised in 1968.

The reforms follow last week's announcement that the government would lay off 500,000 workers by the end of March - or one-tenth of the country's workforce - the biggest change in Cuba's economic system since the early 1990s.

Nearly all business in Cuba, the only communist country in the western hemisphere, are government-run.

Cuba's inefficient economy, crippled by a US trade embargo for nearly five decades, has been suffering for years, and the government of Raul Castro, the president, is beginning to allow an expansion of small-scale private enterprise.

The main goal of the reforms is to "defend, maintain and continue perfecting socialism" by increasing productivity, Granma said.

Self employment, it said, gives a worker "another way of feeling useful with his personal effort".

Impoverished Cubans tired of making ends meet on an average monthly salary equivalent to $20 welcomed the move.

"Raul [Castro] has done in a few years what Fidel should have done long ago," Luis Alberto Noa, a 44-year-old restaurant worker, told the Reuters news agency, referring to Fidel Castro, the former Cuban leader.

"That they're looking for new work formulas proves that the state cannot do everything."

But, he added, the reforms will only be effective if the government "does not tax the new businesses too heavily".

'Increasing productivity'

A Cuban economist told Reuters he was optimistic about the island's financial future for the first time in a long time.

"The changes are all about increasing productivity, which is what we've been saying for years," he said, asking not to be identified.

Similar steps were taken in the 1990s as Cuba struggled to survive when its economy collapsed after the fall of the Caribbean island's key benefactor, the Soviet Union.

In 1996, the number of self-employed peaked at 209,000, but when the economy improved, the government, in the name of ideological purity, backed off the reforms and restricted the issuance of new licenses.

Cuba currently has 143,000 licensed self-employed.

With its economy struggling again, Cuba has said it will issue 250,000 licences in October for self-employment to help create private sector jobs for the 500,000 to be laid off.

Another 200,000 government jobs will shift over to employee-run co-operatives and leasing arrangements.

More than 85 per cent of the Cuban labour force, or over five million people, worked for the government at the close of 2009, according to official figures."

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