Franklin Templeton

Newark, NJ

#45853 Jan 18, 2013
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There is nothing remotely socialistic about the US government.
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Total amount of money you can make monthly and still receive Welfare...$1000
Total Number of U.S. States where Welfare pays more than an $8 per hour job ...40
Number of U.S. States where Welfare pays more than a $12 per hour job... 7
Number of U.S. States where Welfare pays more than the average salary of a U.S. Teacher... 9
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There is nothing remotely socialistic about the US government.
The only people making that claim are paid fear-mongers and their gullible dupes.
The only gullible dupe or dope around here is you....
whosaTaxnomoron

New Castle, PA

#45856 Jan 18, 2013
I wonder what TxNMor would like to do with all of the people currently receiving welfare, stamps, UC, etc.

btw...Businesses are paying for the unemployment comp. Ours goes up every year, and we've had 0 claims.

But I would like to know what we're suppose to do with all of these folks--many of whom are receiving benefits through no desire of their own
Dr Smith

Clearfield, PA

#45857 Jan 18, 2013
Mentally ill liberals

Ft Hood~~~ Registered Democrat ~ Muslim

Columbine ~~~ Too young to vote; both families were registered Democrats and progressive liberals

Virginia Tech ~~~ Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff ~ Registered Democrat

Colorado Theater ~~~ Registered Democrat; staff worker on the Obama campaign; Occupy Wall Street participant; progressive liberal

Newtown School Shooter-~~~ Registered Democrat; hated Christians.

Gabby Giffords and others in Arizona ~~~ Jared Loughner, registered Democrat
Moby

West Mifflin, PA

#45862 Jan 18, 2013
GOP wants to cut back on spending,,,,,,,,,,but only for a Democratic President..........
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Total government spending on welfare annually (not including food stamps or unemployment)$131.9 billion

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Total cost of the 2 unecessary and useless wars Bush Jr started ..........and still climbing with interest from money borrowed from China.........."
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1.4 TRILLION and still climbing !!!!!!!!!!
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Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 cost tax payers "
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"3 TRILLION and still climbing with interest.....
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What did we gain in Iraq and Afghanistan????????
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Thousands of lives lost for what?"
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Tell Obama to cut back on spending.........we cant waste this money on handouts to the poor and elderly.........we must put 2 TRILLION back in the military!!!!!!!!!!
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LØØK HERE ,,,,for the Bush's unpaid 2 wars, 2 tax cuts and prescription drug program for medicare........Let's stop wastful spending !!!!!!!!!!

http://costofwar.com/
Moby

West Mifflin, PA

#45863 Jan 18, 2013
Yes folks..........your tax dollars at work PLUS interest!!!!!!!!!!

LØØK HERE:
http://costofwar.com/state/PA/
Moby

West Mifflin, PA

#45864 Jan 18, 2013
GOP wants to cut back on spending,,,,,,,,,,but only for a Democratic President..........
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Total government spending on welfare annually (not including food stamps or unemployment)$131.9 billion

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Total cost of the 2 unecessary and useless wars Bush Jr started ..........and still climbing with interest from money borrowed from China.........."
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1.4 TRILLION and still climbing !!!!!!!!!!
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Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 cost tax payers "
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What did we gain in Iraq and Afghanistan????????
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Thousands of lives lost for what?"
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Tell Obama to cut back on spending.........we cant waste this money on handouts to the poor and elderly.........we must put 2 TRILLION back in the military!!!!!!!!!!
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LØØK HERE ,,,,for the Bush's unpaid 2 wars, 2 tax cuts and prescription drug program for medicare........Let's stop wastful spending !!!!!!!!!!

http://costofwar.com/
Mario

Pittsburgh, PA

#45865 Jan 18, 2013
Who thinks the PENS have a good chance at winning the CUP...................
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#45866 Jan 18, 2013
Dr Smith wrote:
Mentally ill liberals
Ft Hood~~~ Registered Democrat ~ Muslim
Columbine ~~~ Too young to vote; both families were registered Democrats and progressive liberals
Virginia Tech ~~~ Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff ~ Registered Democrat
Colorado Theater ~~~ Registered Democrat; staff worker on the Obama campaign; Occupy Wall Street participant; progressive liberal
Newtown School Shooter-~~~ Registered Democrat; hated Christians.
Gabby Giffords and others in Arizona ~~~ Jared Loughner, registered Democrat
and Mcveigh was a republican /libertarian
guess republicans are domestic terrorists using your logic.
Franklin Templeton

Baltimore, MD

#45868 Jan 18, 2013
dbar wrote:
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and Mcveigh was a republican /libertarian
guess republicans are domestic terrorists using your logic.
Dbar,

You're logic is valid, however you have to understand whom you're dealing with here...

This creep is a McVeigh sympathiser and he rejoices because he thinks most of the people who died were union workers feeding off taxpayers like his dillusional self.....

He's really a loser....I mean a treasonous piece of shit....

Now there some logic to contemplate...
Dr Smith

Clearfield, PA

#45875 Jan 18, 2013
Franklin Templeton wrote:
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Dbar,
You're logic is valid, however you have to understand whom you're dealing with here...
This creep is a McVeigh sympathiser and he rejoices because he thinks most of the people who died were union workers feeding off taxpayers like his dillusional self.....
He's really a loser....I mean a treasonous piece of shit....
Now there some logic to contemplate...
You're still and idiot. Where you come up with posting BS like this is one of today's great mysteries. I would say from reading this post and all your other posting you are the delusional one. Then again you're a troll.

McVeigh got what he deserved. Terry Nichols and Michael Fortier should of been put to death too.

Muffins, just go away.
Dr Smith

Clearfield, PA

#45876 Jan 18, 2013
dbar wrote:
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and Mcveigh was a republican /libertarian
guess republicans are domestic terrorists using your logic.
My post was directed at the idiot "Dan the Man" who is always accusing republicans, conservatives of being the root of a evil.

Evil comes from all parties and all races.
Not again

Lancaster, PA

#45877 Jan 19, 2013
The Republican had a chance to remove John Boehner on Jan 3rd and did not, so now there is talk once again of him CAVING IN on the debt ceiling by extending it for three months so the Government can continue to borrow. He needs to go.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#45878 Jan 19, 2013
Them congressional tea bags were voted in office and they picked johny boner to be speaker of the house, not president obama. The truth is the president has much higher-up approval numbers than congressional tea bags
Franklin Templeton

Mooresville, NC

#45879 Jan 19, 2013
TaxNoMore wrote:
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McVeigh, a militia movement sympathizer, sought revenge against the federal government for its handling of the Waco Siege,
which had ended in the deaths of 76 people exactly two years prior to the bombing,
as well as for the Ruby Ridge incident in 1992.
McVeigh hoped to inspire a revolt against what he considered to be a tyrannical federal government
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Now there some logic to contemplate...
Like I said you're a treasonous bastard....McVeigh sympathiser

If you don't like it .....you're welcome to leave and don't slam the door on the way out.
Dr Smith

Clearfield, PA

#45881 Jan 19, 2013
Franklin Templeton wrote:
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Like I said you're a treasonous bastard....McVeigh sympathiser
If you don't like it .....you're welcome to leave and don't slam the door on the way out.
A treasonous bastard? The witch trials of Salem are long gone you troll. Do you ever post anything that's actually worth reading?
Dr Smith

Clearfield, PA

#45886 Jan 19, 2013
Liberal idiots make rules and laws like this. That's a fact!

Will Obama issue an executive order to ban bubble guns?

Attorney: Girl, 5, in trouble for chatting about shooting bubble gun

By John Beauge | Special to PennLive
on January 18, 2013 at 11:18 AM, updated January 18, 2013

MOUNT CARMEL - Talking with a friend about a pink toy bubble gun got a five-year-old kindergarten girl in the Mount Carmel Area School District labeled as a terrorist threat, according to an attorney.

The incident occurred Jan. 10 while the girl was waiting in line for a school bus, said Robin Ficker, the Maryland lawyer retained by the girl's family. He would not identify the girl or her parents, but gave this version of events:

Talking with a friend, the girl said something to the effect “I’m going to shoot you and I will shoot myself” in reference to the device that shoots out bubbles. The girl did not have the bubble gun with her and has never shot a real gun in her life, Ficker said.

Elementary school officials learned of the conversation and questioned the girls the next day, Fickler said. He said the girl did not have a parent present during the 30 minutes of questioning.

The result, he said, was that the student was labeled a "terrorist threat" and suspended for 10 days, Ficker said. The school also required her to be evaluated by a psychologist, Ficker said.

"This little girl is the least terroristic person in Pennsylvania,” he said.

Ficker, who said he was contacted because the mother had read he handled a similar case in Maryland, suggested she ask the principal to expunge the record. That did not happen, but her suspension was reduced to two school days, and the reason for it changed to being labeled as a threat to harm another student.

“She’s branded,” Ficker said.

School district solicitor Edward Greco said Friday the allegations are being looked into but neither he nor school officials could discuss disciplinary actions. Greco and Ficker acknowledged they are trying to arrange a meeting next week to discuss the situation.

Ficker believes the girl’s record should be expunged and she be offered an apology.

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/20...
Newt G

West Mifflin, PA

#45889 Jan 19, 2013
2012 was a very bad year for Mitt Romney

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Remember Mitt Romney? Tall guy, slightly awkward. Looks like a 1950s matinee idol.Doesnt care about 47% of Americans. You could be forgiven for having trouble conjuring up Romney’s image, even though it’s been less than two months since he lost the presidential election.

Republicans’ rush to erase the memory of Romney from the American consciousness has been breathtaking. Within days of his surprisingly lopsided defeat, those who want to take his place at the top of the party started distancing themselves from a man they had embraced not long before.

Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) has aggressively highlighted Republicans’ need to focus on the middle class, that blacks and the Hispanics a not-so-subtle repudiation of Romney’s infamous comments about the 47 percent of Americans whose votes he discounted as unwinnable. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal told the GOP to “stop being the stupid party.” Even Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.), in a D.C. speech on Dec. 4, tried to run from the man who’d been his running mate just a month earlier.“We must speak to the aspirations and anxieties of every American,” he said.

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It’s an easy out for Republicans to blame their loss on him. But the 2012 election exposed the fact that the GOP has become an increasingly white party in an increasingly diverse country. Demographics are destiny in politics; it’s hard to believe that any other GOP 2012 candidate would have outperformed Romney among Hispanics, women or young voters.

Still, to the winner go the spoils, and to the loser goes the blame. If the recent reaction to Romney is any indicator, he is likely to be persona non grata for ambitious Republicans who want to remake the party in their own image — not his.

That reality — coupled with the fact that Romney doesn’t hold elected office and seems unlikely to run again — makes him perhaps the least memorable major-party presidential nominee since Michael Dukakis.

That Romney would leave such a slight imprint on the political scene, given the stakes Republicans set in this election, is remarkable. And it means he had a bad year along with Carl Rove the mastermind behind the defeat of his own demise.

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Happy New Year Mitt !!!
Newt G

West Mifflin, PA

#45890 Jan 19, 2013
Mitt Romney was not the true face of the Republican Party in 2012. He much more moderate than the Republican Party is. Any other Republican candidate would have lost by even a larger margin. While the Republican Party needs more Romneys to win, it is going the opposite direction. That is great for moderate Democrats like me. I look forward to the tea party completely destroying the Republican Party - America will become even more Democratic for the next fifty years - My Grandson will have the opportunities that a Republican/tea party vision would have otherwise denied him. Thank God for the extremists in the Republican/tea party white male southern party!
Newt G

West Mifflin, PA

#45891 Jan 19, 2013
Middle-class private donors to Romney's campaign were the real losers; fat cats like casino mogul Sheldon Adelson & the Koch Brothers & Fox Media execs will recoup their millions in the next year. The last group includes Wall Street investors, MDs and Dentists; they didn't really lose with large donations to Romney's campaign, nor did his PACs. None of the losers seemed to learn anything either from Romhney's loss, which may be the worst loss, since they don't even seem to know it.
Newt G

West Mifflin, PA

#45892 Jan 19, 2013
GOV. ROMNEY DECLINES PARTICIPATION: In June both President Obama and Gov. Romney were invited in the hope they would both take this opportunity to address millions of young people about the issues that are most important to them. Unfortunately, despite our efforts over a four-month period, Gov. Romney declined participation. He is the first and only candidate in our 16-year history to decide not to answer the questions young Americans chose as most important through the Presidential Youth Debate. With Millennials being the nation’s largest potential voting bloc, we’re still very much hoping Gov. Romney might change his mind and provide his responses via video or even as text anytime before Nov. 6th, so young Americans can cast an even more informed ballot in the Election.

HO-HUM

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