RepublicansFail

Altoona, PA

#46306 Jan 29, 2013
Lol. I just wonder if TaxNoMore has padded walls at his place.
LaughingAtYou

Chicago, IL

#46307 Jan 29, 2013
TacksKnow More wrote:
The party of stupid is starting to lighten treir load.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/28/opinion/kurtz-p...
Priceless
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"The party of stupid is starting to lighten treir load."
Franklin Templeton

Paterson, NJ

#46308 Jan 29, 2013
RepublicansFail wrote:
Lol. I just wonder if TaxNoMore has padded walls at his place.
Oh Yes, he does have padded walls so nobody can see change his tampon....yuckkkkk
He's a nasty bast.ard, isn't he?

He'd be better suited in a zoo....
skip the pee pee

Erie, PA

#46309 Jan 29, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Reducing overhead for the lottery benefits taxpayers.
Small businesses that suck the blood of the poor running a scam do not deserve any sympathy.
Here is the question the answer to which I truly do not know: Will this sale end up with the government having more net incoming revenue or not?

As to businesses sucking the blood out of the poor, you don't actually want people caring about each other now do you Mr. Galt? ;)

BTW I think it's a good idea that welfare recipients or people filing bankruptcy be barred from the lottery. Also lawyers. I just don't like lawyers :)
skip the pee pee

Erie, PA

#46310 Jan 29, 2013
Franklin Templeton wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh Yes, he does have padded walls so nobody can see change his tampon....yuckkkkk
He's a nasty bast.ard, isn't he?
He'd be better suited in a zoo....
I like him because he's a dick. We have to stick together like the blacks do ;)
skip the pee pee

Erie, PA

#46311 Jan 29, 2013
TaxNoMore wrote:
<quoted text>
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I bet GE would like to see some of your e-mails.
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November you would be standing in the free turkey line at Perry square.
You mean because of my brilliant fiscal ideas, right?
:)
Franklin Templeton

Paterson, NJ

#46312 Jan 29, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
<quoted text>
I like him because he's a dick. We have to stick together like the blacks do ;)
I got news for you buddy....you're running with a king dork here....

Hahahahaahhahaaa
Franklin Templeton

Baltimore, MD

#46315 Jan 29, 2013
TaxNoMore wrote:
skip the pee pee
Erie, PA
Franklin Templeton
New York, NY
LaughingAtYou
Chicago, IL
RepublicansFail
Hollidaysburg, PA
NoOpinion
New Castle, PA
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Let's hear what you indoctrinated drones have to say.
Tell me about your black messiah and what the future holds for you and your family.
Well...let's see now hmmmm its about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, 000 percent better than a friggin Romney/Ryan travesty....and that's just as plain as the poop in your diapers....isn't it?
Franklin Templeton

Baltimore, MD

#46316 Jan 29, 2013
TaxNoMore wrote:
skip the pee pee
Erie, PA
Franklin Templeton
New York, NY
LaughingAtYou
Chicago, IL
RepublicansFail
Hollidaysburg, PA
NoOpinion
New Castle, PA
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Let's hear what you indoctrinated drones have to say.
Tell me about your black messiah and what the future holds for you and your family.
Pretty fckn original for an indoctinated drone, huh?

Bettter than your empty headed cut and paste nonsense that's for sure...

And change those diapers too. they're starting to smell really bad.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#46317 Jan 30, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is the question the answer to which I truly do not know: Will this sale end up with the government having more net incoming revenue or not?
As to businesses sucking the blood out of the poor, you don't actually want people caring about each other now do you Mr. Galt? ;)
BTW I think it's a good idea that welfare recipients or people filing bankruptcy be barred from the lottery. Also lawyers. I just don't like lawyers :)
Taxes are 80% of the revenue and should increase if out-of-state sales are reduced.

Eliminating future pension liabilities for state store workers will provide long-term savings.

However, consumer choice is the real benefit. State liquor stores carry only what they choose. Private stores will be responsive to consumer demand.
skip the pee pee

Erie, PA

#46318 Jan 30, 2013
TaxNoMore wrote:
skip the pee pee
Erie, PA
Franklin Templeton
New York, NY
LaughingAtYou
Chicago, IL
RepublicansFail
Hollidaysburg, PA
NoOpinion
New Castle, PA
//////////
Let's hear what you indoctrinated drones have to say.
Tell me about your black messiah and what the future holds for you and your family.
Not sure what you mean about the black messiah except as you want to bring his half-black race into things. If he had your opinions I'd think he's an asswipe just as you are. He's nothing except someone with defined opinions to me, some of which I agree with. I don't know him personally. You?

And as to you listing my city...ooh...I'm scared. I'll gladly list my name and address anytime to anyone who asks and have done it before. What's the big "move that bus" reveal? I screw around sometimes, other times I'm serious. I've no shame here. It's a goof or something I want to challenge people with. But I'm who I am. You?
skip the pee pee

Erie, PA

#46319 Jan 30, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Taxes are 80% of the revenue and should increase if out-of-state sales are reduced.
Eliminating future pension liabilities for state store workers will provide long-term savings.
However, consumer choice is the real benefit. State liquor stores carry only what they choose. Private stores will be responsive to consumer demand.
Not sure if you answered what I asked.

Anyhow, why would State liquor stores not carry what consumers demand and also why would private stores carry what consumers demand if they didn't want to? Private stores can do what they want for their own reasons--such as blacklist brands for enhanced benefits from other brands--correct?(Shelf placement being a similar example.)
Lou Schwartz

Erie, PA

#46320 Jan 30, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Taxes are 80% of the revenue and should increase if out-of-state sales are reduced.
Eliminating future pension liabilities for state store workers will provide long-term savings.
However, consumer choice is the real benefit. State liquor stores carry only what they choose. Private stores will be responsive to consumer demand.
You're speaking from a vacuum.
ref

Cleveland, OH

#46321 Jan 30, 2013
Super Bowl XLVII: 5 Reasons To Root Against The Ravens
http://www.footballnation.com/content/super-b...
skip the pee pee

Erie, PA

#46322 Jan 30, 2013
Lou Schwartz wrote:
<quoted text>You're speaking from a vacuum.
I believe that's because he's speaking into a tube.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#46324 Jan 30, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
<quoted text>
Not sure if you answered what I asked.
Anyhow, why would State liquor stores not carry what consumers demand and also why would private stores carry what consumers demand if they didn't want to? Private stores can do what they want for their own reasons--such as blacklist brands for enhanced benefits from other brands--correct?(Shelf placement being a similar example.)
The revenue loss to the Commonwealth, if any, would be negligible. The enhanced consumer choice would be well worth any reduced income.

Competition would force private stores to carry what consumers want.

Shelf placement is usually determined by price, with the highest priced brands receiving the best placement.

The only downside (for you) is that the clerks would earn far less, comparable to similar jobs in private industry.

Come to one of the excellent wineries here, learn that the Commonwealth will not stock their product, and then learn that they are prohibited from shipping to customers in the Commonwealth.
Als Jazerra

Reading, PA

#46325 Jan 30, 2013
This money grab by Corbett should be better than the 2001 money grab by our legislators " I'll take a 50 % pension grab and give PSERS 25 % "
Sharia law would be better than anything coming from this gang that can't shoot straight.
Franklin Templeton

Baltimore, MD

#46326 Jan 30, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
<quoted text>
Not sure what you mean about the black messiah except as you want to bring his half-black race into things. If he had your opinions I'd think he's an asswipe just as you are. He's nothing except someone with defined opinions to me, some of which I agree with. I don't know him personally. You?
And as to you listing my city...ooh...I'm scared. I'll gladly list my name and address anytime to anyone who asks and have done it before. What's the big "move that bus" reveal? I screw around sometimes, other times I'm serious. I've no shame here. It's a goof or something I want to challenge people with. But I'm who I am. You?
He's intimidating....isn't he?

That's how I know what a punk. Id call him a pu.ssy but most women have bigger balls than this little prick. And when I say little prick, you know what I mean don't you. He compensates by acting like a tough prick here in Cyberspace hahahah that's what little assholes like him do, you know.

How about location, for eaxample? He narrowed me down to NY,NY....hahaahaha
He's the prototypical Tea Party dumb ass and that's it. He's likes to throw out disparaging remarks about our (The United States) president. In actuality he's a treasonous tea guzzler and he himself should be kicked out...I say deported but I guess you need to be ported first...anyway....

if he doesn't like what's going on here....in my opinion he free to leave...if he wants to provoke some kind of treasonous revolt...he (they) will get their royal asses kicked ...this would be more lobsided than the Iraq war...Iraq 1 anyway....so bring it on baby..let's see him fire the first shot.

It'll never happen because he's hiding behind his computer but his mom does bring the sh.it pan out like Cartman's mom...but on the other times she has to go out on the town, she always has a big bag of Depends for him....
nevermore

Clearfield, PA

#46327 Jan 31, 2013
Thank goodness we won't be hearing about this guy anymore very soon. Time to go away, Ray, seriously.

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Ray Lewis: PED accusation is “the trick of the devil”
Posted by Michael David Smith on January 30, 2013, 1:15 PM EST

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been quick to credit God for the successes in his NFL career. Now that an allegation of performance-enhancing drug use is arising just as his NFL career is coming to an end, Lewis is blaming the devil.

“That’s the trick of the devil,” Lewis said when asked about allegations that he used a banned performance-enhancing substance during his recovery from a torn triceps.“The trick of the devil is to kill, steal and destroy. That’s what he comes to do. He comes to distract you from everything you’re trying to do.”

Lewis said that when the devil is trying to tear you down, all you can do is trust God to build you up. Lewis said that’s what his mother taught him from a young age and what he has tried to practice in his life, and to have an impact on others through his Christian faith.

“My mom taught me to put my complete faith in God,” Lewis said.“I truly believe impact and success are two different things. Anybody can have success. Impact is totally different. You talk about the walk of Jesus, his whole walk was impact. So that’s what my life is based on.”
nevermore

Clearfield, PA

#46328 Jan 31, 2013
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