Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
beautifulmind

Athens, Greece

#32384 Nov 26, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>You support people who openly condone strapping bombs on babies and blowing up markets full of women and children and "I" am the monster? Wow your mind is so twisted it is scary. You are a danger to civilized humanity.
no i don't. i've never said such a thing. i'm just taking up for people who have been disenfranchised, they need good people to speak out for them.
George

Nellis, WV

#32385 Nov 26, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
<quoted text>
oh, you think rape is funny now? is it amusing to you the an average of 1 in 4 women will be raped in their life? you're probably one of those men that say "well, she didn't say yes but she didn't say no either, hahah"
You are such a dishonest person it is disgusting. You will make up any lie to further your nonsense. So much for integrity.
George

Nellis, WV

#32386 Nov 26, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
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oh, you think rape is funny now? is it amusing to you the an average of 1 in 4 women will be raped in their life? you're probably one of those men that say "well, she didn't say yes but she didn't say no either, hahah"
I think YOU are what is funny. You are so dishonest and ridiculous it is beyond laughable. You really need your head examined.
George

Nellis, WV

#32387 Nov 26, 2013
Public support for President Obama’s Affordable Care Act has taken a hit. That could translate into rising pressure on Congress to alter the law, and it makes the 2014 election a tougher hurdle for some of the politicians who supported it.

The trend is clear in a new Christian Science Monitor/TIPP poll and in other recent surveys of public opinion.

Fully 50 percent of Americans now say they think Congress should repeal the act, according to the Monitor/TIPP poll, conducted Nov. 21 to 25. That’s up from 47 percent who thought so in October.

The poll also found that 6 in 10 Americans doubt the Obama administration will be able to fix the law’s insurance-shopping website, HealthCare.gov , during December. And 8 in 10 say people should be concerned “about the security features of the Obamacare website.”

Other polls also show the Affordable Care Act (ACA) dropping in public esteem during the troubled rollout of its online insurance marketplace, and they reveal spillover effects on the political climate for both Obama and Congress.

A new CNN/ORC poll finds that Republicans now have a slight edge over Democrats when registered voters are asked which party they’d prefer in their congressional seat. That’s a reversal of fortune from a month earlier.

The share of Americans who disapprove of how Mr. Obama is doing his job has spiked in the past month to 55 percent, the highest level on record in ABC News/Washington Post monthly tracking that began when he took office in 2009.

The damage in public opinion scores could affect Obama’s ability to sell new initiatives to a politically fractious Congress, and his ability to pass along a strong coalition of voters to whoever succeeds him as the Democrats’ presidential nominee in 2016.

One potentially telling indicator: Women, an important pro-Obama constituency who have historically been evenly divided on the ACA, are registering their most negative views on the law to date in a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey. Some 48 percent of women reported an unfavorable view of the law, to 32 percent favorable, according to the poll released Nov. 22.
George

Nellis, WV

#32388 Nov 26, 2013
Hmmm, sure sounds like the sanctions were working. Know why? CAUSE THEY WERE. If we stay the course we can most likely force Iran to give up their nukes to survive. Their economy is collapsing and we havent even squeezed hard yet.
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Iran window shops at airshow in hope of sanctions relief
Reuters
By Praveen Menon and Marcus George November 25, 2013 5:15 AM

By Praveen Menon and Marcus George

DUBAI (Reuters)- Senior Iranian aviation executives were at the Dubai Airshow in a discreet campaign to update their ageing passenger jets this week, even as Iran negotiated with international powers to ease economic sanctions over its nuclear program.

Under moderate President Hassan Rouhani, there has been increasing hope the talks in Geneva could secure a breakthrough in the decade-long nuclear stand-off, leading to relief from embargoes that have crippled Iran's airlines.

Iranian airlines are banned from buying new passenger planes from the world's two manufacturing giants, Airbus and Boeing, and limp on through purchases from third parties.

But easing the ban on sales of spare parts has been on the agenda of nuclear talks since 2006 and according to Western diplomats remains part of a package of sanctions relief if an agreement is reached on curbing Iran's nuclear activities.

The West says the nuclear program is aimed at developing atomic weapons, but Iran says it is solely for the purpose of power generation and medical research.

Dozens of Iranian executives made private visits to the Middle East's largest aviation show in Dubai this week, their gaze on everything from Airbus's $400 million double-decker A380s to smaller essentials such as life jackets, in-flight entertainment systems and coffee-makers for catering services.

But it is mostly a case of window-shopping, as big purchases are still well beyond the reach of Iranian carriers.

"Clearly Iran's aviation industry is in desperate need for new planes and spare parts and other technology necessary for travel in Iran and abroad," said Theodore Karasik, research director at Dubai think-tank INEGMA.

"If sanctions are lifted in this industry, it would be an outstanding humanitarian gesture to the Islamic Republic."

A large country rich in natural resources and boasting one of the largest populations in the Middle East, the Islamic Republic would in normal circumstances be a flourishing market for air travel.

Instead, Iran's air industry tells a story of worsening safety, grounded aircraft and fare rises, which in turn are curbing demand.
George

Nellis, WV

#32389 Nov 26, 2013
Sure sounds like lifting the sanctions will help stop them from enriching. LOL
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Tehran (AFP)- Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday hailed a landmark interim nuclear deal reached with world powers this week as the right step in a "long" journey to a comprehensive accord.

He stressed that Iran's enrichment of uranium -- which according to the deal will be limited to five percent purity -- would continue as his negotiators engage with the so-called P5+1 -- the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany.

"Agreement in Geneva is a very positive first step, but the journey before us is long," Rouhani said in a live address on state television to mark his cabinet's 100th day.

"Step by step, we're moving towards achieving a comprehensive agreement with the P5+1."

But he added: "Enrichment, which is part of our rights, will continue… Iran will never abandon its enrichment activities."
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#32390 Nov 26, 2013
Clearly Obama has shown in all of his foriegn policies that he is better to the enemies then US citizens. Obama has a talent in making enemies at home and abroad. I am so glad the sheeple have such a disgrace to look up to.
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#32391 Nov 26, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
Clearly Obama has shown in all of his foriegn policies that he is better to the enemies then US citizens. Obama has a talent in making enemies at home and abroad. I am so glad the sheeple have such a disgrace to look up to.
What Osimpleton has proven is that whether it is foreign or domestic policy, he is a dumb ass community organizer who is in way over his head. PERIOD!
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Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#32394 Nov 27, 2013
Obama's signature piece of legislation that was forced upon the American people has been a disaster so far and the fallout from this was already told it would happen but they were call tea bagger, haters, racist and all kinds of assortment of adjectives. But this is what happens when liberals back socialized medicine. 55 year old people do not need paternity care or pediactrics. Neither do single men. This is why it is socialized medicine to distribute the cost in a one size fits all. Plus morons telling you your old plan is no good and this is better for you. This is America and people are free to choose for themselves.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32395 Nov 27, 2013
Leighla wrote:
Here is the Megyn Kelly rating in the 18-54 group you might want to take a look ROFL
http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/tag/megyn...
Because they are the best comedy shows on tv.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32396 Nov 27, 2013
FOX News is indisputably the most popular cable news channel. And yet in 13 years, Fox has never broken a story. That’s okay, because it is not in the news business. It is in the news-shaping business. Its programming is an admixture of right-wing propaganda and fear-porn for feeble-minded paranoiacs, served up by spokesmodels who have no clue what they are reading.

FOX took a sparsely-attended tea-party rally in Washington and spliced in video of a heavily-attended event of an entirely different nature from months earlier.

FOX has gotten caught using image manipulation software to edit the appearance of people they don’t like to make them appear more sinister.

FOX alters poll results to mislead its viewers; in one case, their massacre of a Rasmussen poll on climate change ended up with a poll number of 120%–mathematically impossible, of course, except in FOX world.
Wait, it gets worse: For all other networks and news sources, the MORE you watch them, the MORE you know about the actual facts. Those who view CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, & NPR the MOST, have the BEST grasp of the FACTS. With FOX it – is- the – opposite!! Which is what gave birth to the mocking slogan: THE MORE YOU WATCH FOX, THE LESS YOU KNOW.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/08/24/under...

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32397 Nov 27, 2013
Ahhhhh, bad news teabaggers....

A spin through HealthCare.Gov this morning went smoothly. The site loaded quickly. The process progressed easily. There were no error messages or endless hangs. I didn't complete the final step of purchasing insurance but, until then, the site worked -- or at least appeared to work -- exactly as intended.
My experience isn't rare. There are increasing reports that HealthCare.Gov is working better -- perhaps much better -- for consumers than it was a few short weeks ago. "Consumer advocates say it is becoming easier for people to sign up for coverage," report Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein in the Washington Post. "The truth is, the system is getting stronger as it recovers from its disastrous launch," writes Sam Baker in the National Journal. Applying "was no problem at all, with no delays," says Paul Krugman.
Reports from inside the health care bureaucracy are also turning towards optimism. People who knew the Web site was going to be a mess on Oct. 1st are, for the first time, beginning to think HealthCare.Gov might work. Data backs them up: By mid-November, the pace of enrollment in the federal exchanges had doubled from what it was in October.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32398 Nov 27, 2013
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#32399 Nov 27, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
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Because they are the best comedy shows on tv.
Regardless the majority of Americans in all age groups watch her. MSNBC ratings are the real joke LOL
Leighla

Clarksburg, WV

#32400 Nov 27, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
Ahhhhh, bad news teabaggers....
A spin through HealthCare.Gov this morning went smoothly. The site loaded quickly. The process progressed easily. There were no error messages or endless hangs. I didn't complete the final step of purchasing insurance but, until then, the site worked -- or at least appeared to work -- exactly as intended.
My experience isn't rare. There are increasing reports that HealthCare.Gov is working better -- perhaps much better -- for consumers than it was a few short weeks ago. "Consumer advocates say it is becoming easier for people to sign up for coverage," report Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein in the Washington Post. "The truth is, the system is getting stronger as it recovers from its disastrous launch," writes Sam Baker in the National Journal. Applying "was no problem at all, with no delays," says Paul Krugman.
Reports from inside the health care bureaucracy are also turning towards optimism. People who knew the Web site was going to be a mess on Oct. 1st are, for the first time, beginning to think HealthCare.Gov might work. Data backs them up: By mid-November, the pace of enrollment in the federal exchanges had doubled from what it was in October.
THIS IS GREAT NEWS no more excuses for low numbers
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#32401 Nov 27, 2013
Melissa.......where do you get your lies from? Morning Joe, CNN and your favorite Fox are reporting the site is still messed up. Obama counts anybody that signs into the site as enrollment even if they do not buy. Plus if you paid attention during the hearings, they admitted 30% of the site was not finished which the big part was paying for their insurance. So lets say your one lie is true that it has doubled the enrollment from the previous. They are still way under the goal they need. Plus Oregon, a democratic state, has not signed one person yet. Keep spreading your sheeple lies
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#32402 Nov 27, 2013
Melissa......you must have been the girl who believed that if you jump up and down after sex that you would not get pregnant. Even with the BS you are trying to spread, it is still dismal. You are a sheeple and was probably a easy girl to bed down for you seem to fall for any line.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32403 Nov 27, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
Melissa.......where do you get your lies from? Morning Joe, CNN and your favorite Fox are reporting the site is still messed up. Obama counts anybody that signs into the site as enrollment even if they do not buy. Plus if you paid attention during the hearings, they admitted 30% of the site was not finished which the big part was paying for their insurance. So lets say your one lie is true that it has doubled the enrollment from the previous. They are still way under the goal they need. Plus Oregon, a democratic state, has not signed one person yet. Keep spreading your sheeple lies
If you look closely, I post the sites I copy from. I hate tv, don't like any news stations. Again, if you look on my post right bellow it, is the site.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32404 Nov 27, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
Melissa......you must have been the girl who believed that if you jump up and down after sex that you would not get pregnant. Even with the BS you are trying to spread, it is still dismal. You are a sheeple and was probably a easy girl to bed down for you seem to fall for any line.
No one beds down with Melissa! I had the greatest husband a woman could have but he passed away. And if you've always had steak, why the hell settle for hamburg?

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#32405 Nov 27, 2013
Strange, Kentucky is a model state for ACA, bad news for Old Mitch. lol

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