bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43186 Nov 21, 2012
X factor, keep finding excuses to run from the facts.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43187 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
You sure dodge them tough questions, don't you x factor? Does my friend deserve his ssd according to you and your ayn rand philosophy? He worked his adult life
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Your friend will have to stand in front of Obama’s

“death panel”

so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their “level of productivity in society,” whether they are worthy of health care.
Tagg R

West Mifflin, PA

#43188 Nov 21, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
“President Obama has won re-election, but his healthcare law is still driving up costs and making it harder for small businesses to hire workers.
“The president’s health care law adds a massive, expensive, unworkable government program at a time when our national debt already exceeds the size of our country’s entire economy. We can’t afford it, and we can’t afford to leave it intact.”
“Congress has a constitutional responsibility to conduct thorough oversight of the executive branch, and congressional oversight will play a critical role in repealing Obamacare going forward,” he writes.
With the Supreme Court mostly upholding Obamacare and the president winning re-election, that oversight and state actions are the only avenues left for repeal.
House committees can go after various elements of Obamacare. State governments can do their part by resisting government-run insurance exchanges.
Healthcare costs have been going up years even before Obama took office..I'll guess you'll blame Obama because your income can no longer buy 29 cents for a loaf of bread or 99 cents for a gallon of milk? HAAAAAAA!
OH LOOKIE!~ Food prices are up......gas prices are up ....my property taxes are up.......dog food is up... my car registration used to cost 10 bucks.... now it's 55 bucks,that damn Obama !!!It's called inflation moron and the rich fat cats like Mitt ripping off the middle class.. LOL!
bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43189 Nov 21, 2012
Doctor x factor, people like your ignorant ass is a big reason why medical malpractice is huge in america. That plaque on your wall can easily be bought over internet, just as quick as you can pawn your ayn rand junk over the internet, dumb ass.Your pathologically sick if you think i need your little man syndrome opinions
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43190 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
X factor, keep finding excuses to run from the facts.
.
.
the facts
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.
Obama’s “death panel” will decide.
Barack

West Mifflin, PA

#43191 Nov 21, 2012
FOUR MORE YEARS!!!!
OBAMA 2012 !
YEAHHHHH BABYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!

GET YOUR FREE GOVERNMENT CHEESE AT DAVEYS HOUSE,HE'S ON SS...lol!
bobby64

Waxhaw, NC

#43192 Nov 21, 2012
Tea bag racial hating warrior, the big issuance companies operate for a huge profit, so if you cant afford to save your life the insurance industry can and will introduce your broke crippled ass to there legalized death panels as in no we reject that medical life saving procedure.They do that every frigging day in america
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43193 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
X factor, keep finding excuses to run from the facts.
//////////

According to Rattner, because

“no one wants to lose an aging parent,”

it is “natural for patients and their families to try every treatment, regardless of expense or efficacy”

and that “imposes an enormous societal cost that few other nations have been willing to bear.”

He cites countries like Canada, Australia, and New Zealand that ration care and writes,“at the least, the Independent Payment Advisory Board should be allowed to offer changes in services and costs.

We may shrink from such stomach-wrenching choices, but they are inescapable.”

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run from the facts
Gringo

Baltimore, MD

#43194 Nov 21, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
Wow...your delusional...what other nonsense did you hear ?
.
.
.
the steady hand of Barack Obama
.
.
Obama's Real Unemployment Rate Is 14.7%, And A Recession's On The Way
http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2012...
.
.
and some tough but necessary bailouts...
.
.
“I said I believe in American workers, I believe in this American industry, and now the American auto industry has come roaring back,”
Obama bragged on the campaign trail.
Here’s the inconvenient story they won’t tell you:
.
.
.
.
.
The claims that GM paid back its taxpayer-funded loans “in full”— a story peddled in campaign ads narrated by Hollywood actor Tom Hanks — were debunked by the Treasury Department’s TARP watchdog this summer.
.
.
GM still owes nearly $30 billion of the $50 billion it received, and its lending arm still owes nearly $15 billion of the more than $17 billion it received.
.
.
Bailout watchdog Mark Modica of the National Legal and Policy Center adds:
“In addition to U.S. taxpayers anteing up, Canada put in over $10 billion, and GM was relieved of about $28 billion of bondholder obligations as UAW claims were protected.
That’s an improvement of almost $90 billion to the balance sheet, and the company still lags the competition.”
While the Obama administration wraps the auto bailout in red, white, and blue, it’s foreign workers and overseas plants that are reaping redistributive rewards.
.
.
GM has increased its manufacturing capacity in China by an estimated 55 percent after the bailout, according to industry watchers.
GM’s Dan Akerson crowed at the Beijing auto show earlier this year:
“One of our aims is to help grow a new generation of automotive engineers, designers, and leaders right here in China.”
The U.S. auto giant’s ventures with the Communist regime include Shanghai OnStar Telematics Co., Ltd.;
GM China Advanced Technical Center; FAW-GM Light Duty Commercial Vehicle Co., Ltd., in Harbin,
Heilongjiang; FAW-GM’s Changchun plant in Changchun, Jilin; FAW-GM Hongta Yunnan Automobile Manufacturing Co., Ltd., in Qujing,
Yunnan; and Shanghai Chengxin Used Car Operation and Management Co., Ltd.
http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/315901...
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Ahhhhh Sooooooo stupid pha-king Gringo
So you are Xfactor's inbred cousin I see...

C'mon y'all let's show them how crazy and delusional we can get.

Huh cuz

Hahhahahha. You're friggin out of your baked mind...
Marisa

Chambersburg, PA

#43195 Nov 21, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!
Mitts World

West Mifflin, PA

#43196 Nov 21, 2012
WalMart workers to not show up for Black Friday:



Walmart CEO Michael Duke's $35 million salary, when converted to an hourly wage, worked out to $16,826.92. By comparison, at a Walmart store planned for the Windy City's Pullman neighborhood, new employees to be paid $8.75 an hour would gross $13,650 a year.

Smith's numbers could be a bit off. Equilar, an executive compensation research firm, calculates that Duke earned just south of $20 million in 2009 and $28 million in 2008, not counting millions of dollars in potential performance awards. But the alderman argued that there's still a "sad" contrast between Duke's compensation and the wages of his employees.

"How can you go to bed at night and sleep knowing you make this kind of money and the people working for you can hardly buy a package of beans and rice?"

It's greed like this that ruined our country.This would be Romney's world if he was to be elected...

LQQK HERE:

http://abcnews.go.com/Business/walmart-ceo-pa...
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43197 Nov 21, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
X factor, keep finding excuses to run from the facts.
.
.
the facts
.
.
Obama’s “death panel” will decide.
.
.
.

IPAB: President Obama's NICE Way To Ration Care To Seniors

.
.

Can we predict the future of IPAB?

Over a decade ago, Britain set up its National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), a group of appointees whose pronouncements limit medication and technology usage based on costs.

Despite the endless complaints and numerous lawsuits by doctors and citizen groups in Britain, NICE served as the model upon which IPAB was based.

A Board of appointees like the IPAB, its role is to reduce health spending.

NICE has become a rationing Board, holding costs down by limiting available treatments.

Ninety percent of England’s hospital trusts are now rationing care by following NICE’s long list of “recommendations” that includes stopping access to drugs that prolong life or cure breast cancer,

stomach cancer,

kidney cancer,

macular degeneration (causing progressive blindness),

multiple myeloma,

rheumatoid arthritis,

early Alzheimer’s disease,

MS,

and osteoporosis that causes hip fractures and premature death.

NICE also restricts hip and knee replacements, cataract surgery, procedures for back pain, infertility, steroid injections and cancer screening like PAP smears.

David Stout of the NHS Confederation representing primary care trusts explained to the BBC that “the NHS faces considerable financial pressures and scarce resources have to be used as effectively as possible.”

Under NICE, treatments are routinely refused on the grounds of limited resources and the need to make decisions based not on individual’s or family’s choice, but on the government’s assessment of the benefit.

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run from the facts
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43198 Nov 21, 2012
Mitts World wrote:
WalMart workers to not show up for Black Friday:
Walmart CEO Michael Duke's $35 million salary, when converted to an hourly wage, worked out to $16,826.92. By comparison, at a Walmart store planned for the Windy City's Pullman neighborhood, new employees to be paid $8.75 an hour would gross $13,650 a year.
Smith's numbers could be a bit off. Equilar, an executive compensation research firm, calculates that Duke earned just south of $20 million in 2009 and $28 million in 2008, not counting millions of dollars in potential performance awards. But the alderman argued that there's still a "sad" contrast between Duke's compensation and the wages of his employees.
"How can you go to bed at night and sleep knowing you make this kind of money and the people working for you can hardly buy a package of beans and rice?"
It's greed like this that ruined our country.This would be Romney's world if he was to be elected...
LQQK HERE:
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/walmart-ceo-pa...
//////////

#1. LeBron James
Total earnings :$53 million
Salary/winnings:$13 million
Endorsements:$40 million ( Nike, McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, State Farm and others)

#2. Kobe Bryant
Total earnings:$52.3 million
Salary/winnings:$20.3 million
Endorsements:$32 million

#3. Dwight Howard
Total earnings:$25.6 million
Salary/winnings:$14.6 million
Endorsements:$11 million

#4. Kevin Durant
Total earnings:$25.5 million
Salary/winnings:$12.5 million
Endorsements:$13 million

#5. Dwyane Wade
Total earnings:$24.7 million
Salary/winnings:$12.7 million
Endorsements:$12 million

#6. Carmelo Anthony
Total earnings:$22.9 million
Salary/winnings:$14.9 million
Endorsements:$8 million

#7. Amar’e Stoudemire
Total earnings:$22.7 million
Salary/winnings:$14.7 million
Endorsements:$8 million

#8. Kevin Garnett
Total earnings:$21.1 million
Salary/winnings:$17.1 million
Endorsements:$4 million

#9. Chris Paul
Total earnings:$19.2 million
Salary/winnings:$13.2 million
Endorsements:$6 million

#10. Tim Duncan
Total earnings:$19.1 million
Salary/winnings:$17.1 million
Endorsements:$2 million

//////////

What's your point, stupid?
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43199 Nov 21, 2012
Mitts World wrote:
WalMart workers to not show up for Black Friday:
Walmart CEO Michael Duke's $35 million salary, when converted to an hourly wage, worked out to $16,826.92. By comparison, at a Walmart store planned for the Windy City's Pullman neighborhood, new employees to be paid $8.75 an hour would gross $13,650 a year.
Smith's numbers could be a bit off. Equilar, an executive compensation research firm, calculates that Duke earned just south of $20 million in 2009 and $28 million in 2008, not counting millions of dollars in potential performance awards. But the alderman argued that there's still a "sad" contrast between Duke's compensation and the wages of his employees.
"How can you go to bed at night and sleep knowing you make this kind of money and the people working for you can hardly buy a package of beans and rice?"
It's greed like this that ruined our country.This would be Romney's world if he was to be elected...
LQQK HERE:
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/walmart-ceo-pa...
//////////

#1. Alex Rodriguez
Earnings:$32 million

#2. Joe Mauer
Earnings:$27 million

#3. Derek Jeter
Earnings:$25 million

#4. Ichiro Suzuki
Earnings:$24.5 million

#5. Johan Santana
Earnings:$24.4 million

#6. CC Sabathia
Earnings:$24 million

#7. Prince Fielder
Earnings:$23.3 million

#8. Mark Teixeira
Earnings:$22.8 million

#9. Cliff Lee
Earnings:$21.8 million

#10. Ryan Howard
Earnings:$21.5 million

//////////

What's your point, stupid?
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43200 Nov 21, 2012
Mitts World wrote:
WalMart workers to not show up for Black Friday:
Walmart CEO Michael Duke's $35 million salary, when converted to an hourly wage, worked out to $16,826.92. By comparison, at a Walmart store planned for the Windy City's Pullman neighborhood, new employees to be paid $8.75 an hour would gross $13,650 a year.
Smith's numbers could be a bit off. Equilar, an executive compensation research firm, calculates that Duke earned just south of $20 million in 2009 and $28 million in 2008, not counting millions of dollars in potential performance awards. But the alderman argued that there's still a "sad" contrast between Duke's compensation and the wages of his employees.
"How can you go to bed at night and sleep knowing you make this kind of money and the people working for you can hardly buy a package of beans and rice?"
It's greed like this that ruined our country.This would be Romney's world if he was to be elected...
LQQK HERE:
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/walmart-ceo-pa...
//////////

#1. Alex Rodriguez

Earnings:$32 million

So WTF idiot, the guy selling peanuts should make a million bucks a year?

You stupid azz libs are brain dead!
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#43201 Nov 21, 2012
Gringo wrote:
<quoted text>
So you are Xfactor's inbred cousin I see...
C'mon y'all let's show them how crazy and delusional we can get.
Huh cuz
Hahhahahha. You're friggin out of your baked mind...
.
.

With $50 billion of taxpayer money handed to them and such “success”, you have to wonder why GM’s share price has gone from a $33 IPO price down to the current $20 range.

.

GM has increased its manufacturing capacity in China by an estimated 55 percent after the bailout, according to industry watchers.

.
.
“I said I believe in American workers, I believe in this American industry, and now the American auto industry has come roaring back,”

//////////

Ahhhhh Sooooooo stupid pha-king Gringo

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#43202 Nov 21, 2012
are you saying you wont be greeting the customers this friday muffins ?

wal mart has stated anyone not showing up for work this friday will be terminated. might turn out to be pink slip friday.

i completely understand wanting and needing more money but your skill level of sitting on a stool saying "welcome to wal mart" and "can i check your receipt sir" doesnt qualify for a huge wage increase muffins. now go take some initiative and move up to bag boy. LMAO !!!!

if you dont like wal mart policies dont shop there, i sure as hell dont. you get what you pay for. buy a 3x shirt and one wash it shrinks to a medium. cheap azz wal mart junk.
Mitts World wrote:
WalMart workers to not show up for Black Friday:
Walmart CEO Michael Duke's $35 million salary, when converted to an hourly wage, worked out to $16,826.92. By comparison, at a Walmart store planned for the Windy City's Pullman neighborhood, new employees to be paid $8.75 an hour would gross $13,650 a year.
Smith's numbers could be a bit off. Equilar, an executive compensation research firm, calculates that Duke earned just south of $20 million in 2009 and $28 million in 2008, not counting millions of dollars in potential performance awards. But the alderman argued that there's still a "sad" contrast between Duke's compensation and the wages of his employees.
"How can you go to bed at night and sleep knowing you make this kind of money and the people working for you can hardly buy a package of beans and rice?"
It's greed like this that ruined our country.This would be Romney's world if he was to be elected...
LQQK HERE:
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/walmart-ceo-pa...
Gringo

Baltimore, MD

#43203 Nov 21, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
<quoted text>
.
.
the facts
.
.
Obama’s “death panel” will decide.
.
.
.
IPAB: President Obama's NICE Way To Ration Care To Seniors
.
.
Can we predict the future of IPAB?
Over a decade ago, Britain set up its National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), a group of appointees whose pronouncements limit medication and technology usage based on costs.
Despite the endless complaints and numerous lawsuits by doctors and citizen groups in Britain, NICE served as the model upon which IPAB was based.
A Board of appointees like the IPAB, its role is to reduce health spending.
NICE has become a rationing Board, holding costs down by limiting available treatments.
Ninety percent of England’s hospital trusts are now rationing care by following NICE’s long list of “recommendations” that includes stopping access to drugs that prolong life or cure breast cancer,
stomach cancer,
kidney cancer,
macular degeneration (causing progressive blindness),
multiple myeloma,
rheumatoid arthritis,
early Alzheimer’s disease,
MS,
and osteoporosis that causes hip fractures and premature death.
NICE also restricts hip and knee replacements, cataract surgery, procedures for back pain, infertility, steroid injections and cancer screening like PAP smears.
David Stout of the NHS Confederation representing primary care trusts explained to the BBC that “the NHS faces considerable financial pressures and scarce resources have to be used as effectively as possible.”
Under NICE, treatments are routinely refused on the grounds of limited resources and the need to make decisions based not on individual’s or family’s choice, but on the government’s assessment of the benefit.
//////////
run from the facts
What a nut job, impressive...

Hey death panel your ass...
Play Ball

West Mifflin, PA

#43204 Nov 21, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
<quoted text>
//////////
#1. LeBron James
Total earnings :$53 million
Salary/winnings:$13 million
Endorsements:$40 million ( Nike, McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, State Farm and others)
#2. Kobe Bryant
Total earnings:$52.3 million
Salary/winnings:$20.3 million
Endorsements:$32 million
#3. Dwight Howard
Total earnings:$25.6 million
Salary/winnings:$14.6 million
Endorsements:$11 million
#4. Kevin Durant
Total earnings:$25.5 million
Salary/winnings:$12.5 million
Endorsements:$13 million
#5. Dwyane Wade
Total earnings:$24.7 million
Salary/winnings:$12.7 million
Endorsements:$12 million
#6. Carmelo Anthony
Total earnings:$22.9 million
Salary/winnings:$14.9 million
Endorsements:$8 million
#7. Amar’e Stoudemire
Total earnings:$22.7 million
Salary/winnings:$14.7 million
Endorsements:$8 million
#8. Kevin Garnett
Total earnings:$21.1 million
Salary/winnings:$17.1 million
Endorsements:$4 million
#9. Chris Paul
Total earnings:$19.2 million
Salary/winnings:$13.2 million
Endorsements:$6 million
#10. Tim Duncan
Total earnings:$19.1 million
Salary/winnings:$17.1 million
Endorsements:$2 million
//////////
What's your point, stupid?
Does anyone work for these people other than their managers and fans that support them, I dont.Although these rich folks can afford the best healthcare their employees pay for their healthcare and pensions. NFL,NBA,NHL,MLB.......etc,etc. ...
*LOL*

I think you missed the point COMPLETELY!
Play Ball

West Mifflin, PA

#43205 Nov 21, 2012
OH! And guess what,if they get sick or miss work because of an injury they still make the same amount of money......LOL
Try that at WalMart LMAO!

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