four score

West Mifflin, PA

#46619 Feb 7, 2013
four more years of whining from the teabaggers,
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!! !!

Yeahhhhhhhhh Babyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!

LMAO!
common sense

Erie, PA

#46620 Feb 7, 2013
John Galti wrote:
<quoted text>
All under Bush's grande design....Greenspan was a good Bushie too.
Remember "deficits don't matter..." spend, spend, spend away and see what happens...
I believe Bush wanted to bust the federal devices by spending into oblivion...
This weakened the fed.....states rights ...push the money to state grants where there's less oversight and more corruption....
They love that mantra
John, I disagree with you 100% but at least you have an argument. A somewhat thought out, even original, argument. That is refreshing coming from your side which normally just posts insults or childish repudiations.

If Bush was part of corruption so ingrained in this country's financials he wouldn't have told Paulson to "let them go under" when referring to the Lehman collapse. That, and 1000 other actions prove Bush was not part of this "let's steal from the US citizen and give it to the masters" scheme that is, no doubt, in action in varying degrees in high places.

Only after he was advised, some 12 hours later, that the cancer would spread to AIG and no one could survive it did he decide to intervene. His gut was "to hell with them all". If they can't run a business properly we're not bailing them out. That is simply a fact.

George Bush was the target of the single biggest media slander in history and almost every sheep fell for it, resulting in what we have now.

They did the same thing with his father. I'm sure you remember the "wimp" tag the media gave him. Here is a guy who not only fought in WWII but a fighter pilot. He not only was a fighter pilot, he was shot out of the sky by the enemy and went from there to continue being a fighter pilot. I submit I doubt I would get in a fighter aircraft and I'm no wimp. I promise you, had I been shot out of the sky, wondering if I was going to live or die, It would be very difficult to get me back into the jet. Have you ever seen a fighter jet land on an aircraft carrier? If you have then you will know why the most dangerous place on earth, statistically, is the deck of a fighter aircraft. George Bush made exactly 126 landings on aircraft carriers. This is a wimp?

Come on folks, hear the news and listen to the news outlets but please have a sense of discretion when it comes to interpreting the news. They tell you the same lie enough times, regardless of its absurdity, and eventually you repeat it like puppets.

George Bush senior was no more a "wimp" than Barack Obama is y'all's savior. Wake up!

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#46621 Feb 7, 2013
Cracker wrote:
<quoted text> Yes, with multiple personalities you would say this and believe it.
Any evidence for this bullshit accusation? Any at all?

Of course not.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#46622 Feb 7, 2013
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
!LOL!
Lil Danny BOY, people of integrity have no need--as you do--to incessantly, publicly proclaim their integrity.
On the other hand, dishonest people--like you Lil Danny--constantly cluck about it.
Lil Danny BOY: racist, plagiarist, pathological liar.
People who are constantly, relentlessly attacked with lies occasionally respond with the truth to set the record straight.

That's a perfectly reasonable response in the face of unreasonable attacks.

The larger question is - why are conservatives so pathologically insecure in their ideological arguments that, when challenged to defend them, instead abandon debate altogether in favor or relentless name-calling and dishonest personal attacks?

You and the other wingnuts prove the absolute moral bankruptcy of your ideology EVERY SINGLE DAY with these childish school-yard tactics.

Every post that's nothing but a personal attack on me reveals that you're afraid to debate the facts. Every post that's nothing but a personal attack on me confirms your utter defeat on the issues.
John Galti

Baltimore, MD

#46623 Feb 7, 2013
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>
John, I disagree with you 100% but at least you have an argument. A somewhat thought out, even original, argument. That is refreshing coming from your side which normally just posts insults or childish repudiations.
If Bush was part of corruption so ingrained in this country's financials he wouldn't have told Paulson to "let them go under" when referring to the Lehman collapse. That, and 1000 other actions prove Bush was not part of this "let's steal from the US citizen and give it to the masters" scheme that is, no doubt, in action in varying degrees in high places.
Only after he was advised, some 12 hours later, that the cancer would spread to AIG and no one could survive it did he decide to intervene. His gut was "to hell with them all". If they can't run a business properly we're not bailing them out. That is simply a fact.
George Bush was the target of the single biggest media slander in history and almost every sheep fell for it, resulting in what we have now.
They did the same thing with his father. I'm sure you remember the "wimp" tag the media gave him. Here is a guy who not only fought in WWII but a fighter pilot. He not only was a fighter pilot, he was shot out of the sky by the enemy and went from there to continue being a fighter pilot. I submit I doubt I would get in a fighter aircraft and I'm no wimp. I promise you, had I been shot out of the sky, wondering if I was going to live or die, It would be very difficult to get me back into the jet. Have you ever seen a fighter jet land on an aircraft carrier? If you have then you will know why the most dangerous place on earth, statistically, is the deck of a fighter aircraft. George Bush made exactly 126 landings on aircraft carriers. This is a wimp?
Come on folks, hear the news and listen to the news outlets but please have a sense of discretion when it comes to interpreting the news. They tell you the same lie enough times, regardless of its absurdity, and eventually you repeat it like puppets.
George Bush senior was no more a "wimp" than Barack Obama is y'all's savior. Wake up!
Yes I know I have original thoughts...thanks for the compliment....but I disagree with you...remember the good old days of the Resolution Trust Corporation the 1st major set back via the elities ravaging and pilaging the middle class....this was just a tease. The real ravaging came during his sons W's tenure....
Ultimately.....these loose playing politicains are stoking a very bleak future for the American worker....George Bush Sr...ambassador of China and his side kick Henry Kissinger certainly did a lot to develop China from a poor communist country with few resourses to now a superrich communistic super power...
Thanks Henry and George...you vision was so helpful...we will soon be working 20 hours a day too for a bowl of rice....who said we can't compete...

So how's that for an original thought...not only original but factual too...
common sense

Erie, PA

#46624 Feb 7, 2013
There was just a two hour "Frontline" on the Wall Street thing. The left-leaning producers entire driving point was "why were so many executives prosecuted in the Savings and Loan debacle and not yet one single wall street exec has been indicted under the Obama administration.

It is quite eye-opening. Obama and his administration are in bed with big money in a way this country has never seen. That is a fact. A fact, unfortunately that will go uninvestigated by any of the major news organizations who are so deeply entrenched in Obamamania it makes one sick.

Watch the Frontline program if you get a chance. It is disturbing. Over and over they interview FBI agents and Treasury dept officials and constantly come back to the same simple question: "Why aren't there indictments". The closeups on their faces are very telling as is the repeated factual evidence for an incredible coverup. Executives went to prison by the dozens for the Savings and Loan fiasco. As of yet, not one single exec has even been charged in the Wall Street meltdown. Fact!
Nerd Rage

Chambersburg, PA

#46626 Feb 7, 2013
There is not one politician it seems that is not in bed with big money or big labor. I don't know what would stop this kind of association but I do believe that there has to be steps taken to remove these politicians from office because they have betrayed the trust of the American people. There is absolutely no reason that any one politician should be if office for decades. I think we should start with term limits and see if that will help curve their behavior. Don't get me wrong. Politicians should talk to businesses and labor groups but there's a point in time where the common people who they are suppose to represent becomes blurry. They should also have whatever meetings that are taking place open to the public or televised via C-SPAN. I think that would be a good place to start (IMO).

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#46628 Feb 7, 2013
Black Cracker wrote:
<quoted text> The evidence is in every post you make.
Black Cracker wrote:
<quoted text>
All BS Danny. You cannot debate when you cannot be honest with yourself. You have been caught in so many lies we lost count. When we post the facts, you start name calling or go into hiding only to reappear as another of your ID's. This happens all the time and within minutes.
When you can't talk about anything except to tell lies about Dan the Man ... you might have DTMDS.

LOL!

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#46629 Feb 7, 2013
common sense wrote:
There was just a two hour "Frontline" on the Wall Street thing. The left-leaning producers entire driving point was "why were so many executives prosecuted in the Savings and Loan debacle and not yet one single wall street exec has been indicted under the Obama administration.
It is quite eye-opening. Obama and his administration are in bed with big money in a way this country has never seen. That is a fact. A fact, unfortunately that will go uninvestigated by any of the major news organizations who are so deeply entrenched in Obamamania it makes one sick.
Watch the Frontline program if you get a chance. It is disturbing. Over and over they interview FBI agents and Treasury dept officials and constantly come back to the same simple question: "Why aren't there indictments". The closeups on their faces are very telling as is the repeated factual evidence for an incredible coverup. Executives went to prison by the dozens for the Savings and Loan fiasco. As of yet, not one single exec has even been charged in the Wall Street meltdown. Fact!
It is disgusting and inexcusable that nobody on Wall Street was held accountable for their criminal acts. Obama was wrong to not aggressively pursue criminal charges against all those responsible.

But what is fantastically ironic is that CONSERVATIVES have the balls to bitch about it as if they weren't complicit in the whole debacle or would have pursued charges against Wall Street any differently than Obama did.

When you attack the President for doing exactly what your party would have done - that's called "hypocrisy."

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#46631 Feb 7, 2013
Cracker, all you got these days ain't all that. Your a hater who can't except America does not stand with your specific kind of ignorance. That should anger you but what can you do dumb ass cracker? not a dam thing with the exception of yapping over Internet.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#46632 Feb 7, 2013
Black Cracker wrote:
<quoted text> If anyone has DTMDS it's you. You are sooooooo stuck on yourself. LMAO
Just can't stop making the personal attacks, can you? Can't contribute anything resembling a legitimate argument on the issues?

Poor sick child.
common sense

Erie, PA

#46633 Feb 7, 2013
Nerd Rage wrote:
There is not one politician it seems that is not in bed with big money or big labor. I don't know what would stop this kind of association but I do believe that there has to be steps taken to remove these politicians from office because they have betrayed the trust of the American people. There is absolutely no reason that any one politician should be if office for decades. I think we should start with term limits and see if that will help curve their behavior. Don't get me wrong. Politicians should talk to businesses and labor groups but there's a point in time where the common people who they are suppose to represent becomes blurry. They should also have whatever meetings that are taking place open to the public or televised via C-SPAN. I think that would be a good place to start (IMO).
Too true. A lofty, worthy goal but unfortunately, in the words of a great poet "A man's reach should exceed his grasp or what is a heaven for"
GM Man

West Mifflin, PA

#46635 Feb 7, 2013
"Let Detroit go bankrupt" - Mitt Romney

President Obama said that President Bush was responsible for bailing out auto companies in Detroit, writes the Washington Examiner’s Charlie Spiering.

“Keep in mind,” the president said,“That the administration before us, they had been writing some checks to the auto industry asking nothing in return. It was just a bailout, straight — straightforward.”

President Obama said that if it weren’t for his current administration’s policies, the auto industry would have been an expensive failure. That is to say, if it weren’t for President Obama’s guiding hand, the auto industry would have collapsed and taken all that Bush-era bailout money with it.

Obama explained that, unlike his predecessor, he “demanded responsibility” from the auto industry, forcing it to “retool and to restructure,” making it “more efficient.”

Critics argue that the president’s claim that the Bush administration demanded “nothing in return” is false.

As Spiering notes, when the Bush administration authorized the first auto loan of $17.4 billion, in October 2008, some aspects of the loan were contingent upon the companies hitting “Restructuring Targets.” Therefore, no one can say that the Bush administration didn’t at least demand or impose guidelines.

Of course, this isn’t to say that “guidelines” make the idea of a bailout any more desirable, but that President Obama’s allegation simply isn’t accurate.

The president continued:“Over the past two years, that entire industry has added nearly 160,000 jobs, GM is number one in the world again. Ford is investing billions in new American plants. Chrysler is growing faster. So today, the American auto industry is back.”

" Those damn Democrats always bailing out losers"- Sean Hannity
Ted

Johnstown, PA

#46636 Feb 7, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
False. I post under one name and one name only. That's what people with integrity do.
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
!LOL!
Lil Danny BOY, people of integrity have no need--as you do--to incessantly, publicly proclaim their integrity.
On the other hand, dishonest people--like you Lil Danny--constantly cluck about it.
...
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
People who are constantly, relentlessly attacked with lies occasionally respond with the truth to set the record straight.
That's a perfectly reasonable response in the face of unreasonable attacks.
...Every post that's nothing but a personal attack on me reveals that you're afraid to debate the facts. Every post that's nothing but a personal attack on me confirms your utter defeat on the issues.
Oh, Lil dannny BOY, yours are such predictably dishonest responses.

It's reasonable to attack lies and liars. You are 'honesty-challenged' and find yourself steadily attacked for your dishonesty. It's as simple as that, lil BOY. You're a pathological liar. People on this thread know it.

It's impossible to 'debate' with a liar like you. Your lies BECOME the issue, Lil danny BOY.

Other than Bill Clinton, can you name any public figure who constantly bleats as you do,'I am morally superior, I (and my wife!) NEVER lie, I am a person of integrity.'

No, Lil danny? Of course not. Honest people of high moral and ethical character don't say those things. Dishonest people like you do. Prisons are full of innocent victims. Just ask them.

LOL: "I post under one name and one name only. That's what people with integrity do" is a revealing non sequitur. Only you, Lil danny, fantasizes moral superiority in posting under an alias.~snicker~

Lil danny BOY: racist, plagiarist, pathological liar.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#46638 Feb 7, 2013
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text><quoted text>
Oh, Lil dannny BOY, yours are such predictably dishonest responses.
It's reasonable to attack lies and liars. You are 'honesty-challenged' and find yourself steadily attacked for your dishonesty. It's as simple as that, lil BOY. You're a pathological liar. People on this thread know it.
It's impossible to 'debate' with a liar like you. Your lies BECOME the issue, Lil danny BOY.
Other than Bill Clinton, can you name any public figure who constantly bleats as you do,'I am morally superior, I (and my wife!) NEVER lie, I am a person of integrity.'
No, Lil danny? Of course not. Honest people of high moral and ethical character don't say those things. Dishonest people like you do. Prisons are full of innocent victims. Just ask them.
LOL: "I post under one name and one name only. That's what people with integrity do" is a revealing non sequitur. Only you, Lil danny, fantasizes moral superiority in posting under an alias.~snicker~
Lil danny BOY: racist, plagiarist, pathological liar.
If I lied, someone would be able to point one out.

But nobody ever has.

Nobody.

Ever.

Whenever I have challenged rightwingers to support their statements with evidence or challenged their false and distorted statements, instead of backing up their statements with facts, they invariably begin making personal attacks against me.

Several rightwingers have repeatedly accused me of lying, but when challenged to support that charge, none have done it. NONE.

This is a common rightwing tactic - hell, Mitt Romney used it during the campaign. Tell lies, then accuse those who are challenging you of being liars. That way people who aren't paying close attention just see mutual accusations and don't spend the time to find out who is actually telling the truth.

That's the reason I occasionally respond - to get the truth on the record. If I just allow people to repeatedly make false allegations against me without responding, it looks like their attacks are legitimate.

Again - neither you or anybody else here has ever - EVER - shown a single lie that I've told. If you have one, post it. I've challenged you to do that countless times before, and you never have.

I wonder why. LOL!
Ted

Johnstown, PA

#46639 Feb 7, 2013
GM Man wrote:
"Let Detroit go bankrupt" - Mitt Romney
President Obama said that President Bush was responsible for bailing out auto companies in Detroit, writes the Washington Examiner’s Charlie Spiering.
“Keep in mind,” the president said,“That the administration before us, they had been writing some checks to the auto industry asking nothing in return. It was just a bailout, straight — straightforward.”
President Obama said that if it weren’t for his current administration’s policies, the auto industry would have been an expensive failure. That is to say, if it weren’t for President Obama’s guiding hand, the auto industry would have collapsed and taken all that Bush-era bailout money with it.
Obama explained that, unlike his predecessor, he “demanded responsibility” from the auto industry, forcing it to “retool and to restructure,” making it “more efficient.”
Critics argue that the president’s claim that the Bush administration demanded “nothing in return” is false.
As Spiering notes, when the Bush administration authorized the first auto loan of $17.4 billion, in October 2008, some aspects of the loan were contingent upon the companies hitting “Restructuring Targets.” Therefore, no one can say that the Bush administration didn’t at least demand or impose guidelines.
Of course, this isn’t to say that “guidelines” make the idea of a bailout any more desirable, but that President Obama’s allegation simply isn’t accurate.
The president continued:“Over the past two years, that entire industry has added nearly 160,000 jobs, GM is number one in the world again. Ford is investing billions in new American plants. Chrysler is growing faster. So today, the American auto industry is back.”
" Those damn Democrats always bailing out losers"- Sean Hannity
!LOL!

West Mifflin, you shouldn't imitate EVERYthing Lil danny BOY does.

You aren't bright enough to have written your post and not honest enough to attribute its source. As you know, it was stolen and plagiarized from this site:
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/01/26/ob...

It's surprising to see you are quoting Glenn Beck as a reputable source!
common sense

Erie, PA

#46641 Feb 7, 2013
This is a common right wing tactic you say? Well, I guess that "depends on what the definition of "is" is",-Bill Clinton

LOL, you HAVE to be kidding me?
Ted

Johnstown, PA

#46646 Feb 7, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
If I lied, someone would be able to point one out.
But nobody ever has.
Nobody.
Ever.
Whenever I have challenged rightwingers to support their statements with evidence or challenged their false and distorted statements, instead of backing up their statements with facts, they invariably begin making personal attacks against me.
Several rightwingers have repeatedly accused me of lying, but when challenged to support that charge, none have done it. NONE.
This is a common rightwing tactic - hell, Mitt Romney used it during the campaign. Tell lies, then accuse those who are challenging you of being liars. That way people who aren't paying close attention just see mutual accusations and don't spend the time to find out who is actually telling the truth.
That's the reason I occasionally respond - to get the truth on the record. If I just allow people to repeatedly make false allegations against me without responding, it looks like their attacks are legitimate.
Again - neither you or anybody else here has ever - EVER - shown a single lie that I've told. If you have one, post it. I've challenged you to do that countless times before, and you never have.
I wonder why. LOL!
!LOL!

Honest people don't claim--as YOU do--that they NEVER lie, Lil danny BOY. Such a claim is itself evidence that you are an habitual, shameless liar.

You've accused me of plagiarism but repeated requests for you to prove it--even one example--have gone unanswered. Have you any evidence to back your accusation? No? Then you are a proven liar in accusing me of plagiarism, aren't you Lil danny BOY.

But your repeated claims on this forum that neither you nor your wife has lied--about ANYthing--EVER--is all the evidence any sane person needs to confirm that you ARE a liar, Lil danny.

Case closed, BOY.

Lil danny BOY:'white privilege' racist, frequent plagiarist, pathological liar.
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#46651 Feb 7, 2013
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
!LOL!
West Mifflin, you shouldn't imitate EVERYthing Lil danny BOY does.
You aren't bright enough to have written your post and not honest enough to attribute its source. As you know, it was stolen and plagiarized from this site:
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/01/26/ob...
It's surprising to see you are quoting Glenn Beck as a reputable source!
I actually got it off the Washington Exmainer website,and not the Blaze.... The Blaze is a right wing website dedicated to steal the truth off of other websites and spin it in their favor.

Maybe go look for the real site I used ( go fish )....LOL!
Dumbass!
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#46652 Feb 7, 2013
Donald wrote:
Wireless exec with ties to Obama wins contract to supply poor with smartphones
Obama is in so deep I don't know if he can payoff all these backroom deals.
A cellphone company run by a major Democratic donor and President Obama backer has extended its foray into government contracts, from the so-called “Obama phone” to a project intended to provide high-speed Internet access to low-income families -- amid criticism its product is ill-equipped.
Critics also suggest TracFone Wireless CEO F.J. Pollak used his Obama connections to help his company get one of the 14 contracts.
At issue is a $13.8 million pilot project by the Federal Communications Commission that attempts to find the best ways to increase the broadband access rate among the poor and help improve their digital skills – to eventually help them manage household finances, look for work and do other tasks.
The contracts were awarded late last year, though it's unclear how much went to TracFone.
Pollak and his wife, Abigail, are major Obama bundlers and Democratic donors. The couple hosted a $40,000-a-plate fundraising dinner in June at their Miami Beach home. And Abigail Pollak alone raised at least $632,000 for the Obama re-election effort, a total $1.56 million for him since 2007, according to a financial documents obtained by The New York Times.
In addition, F.J. Pollak has been to the White House at least twice. And he and his wife gave an estimated $270,000 to Democratic candidates in the last election cycle, according to OpenSecrets.org .
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/02/06/wi...
Q: Has the Obama administration started a program to use "taxpayer money" to give free cell phones to welfare recipients?

A: No. Low-income households have been eligible for discounted telephone service for more than a decade. But the program is funded by telecom companies, not by taxes, and the president has nothing to do with it.

The program is called Lifeline, established in 1984,( under President Reagan ) originally created to subsidize landline phone service for low income Americans, funded by government-collected telecommunication fees, paid by consumers.

In 2008, the program was expanded to support cell phones which quickly escalated the cost of the program. In 2008 the program cost $772 million.

Know your facts and dont rely on FOX news to give you false information.

You would think would of learned something from the 2012 elections.
LOL!

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