bobby6464

Portland, OR

#53452 Oct 12, 2013
Racial hating tea bags on that limbaugh nut juice be saying ever since the black man became president they was going to do something about it, and they have with all there ignorance........FAILURE FAILURE FAILURE. These dumb ass pathetic tea bags will never learn that they will never have enough juicy limbaugh nut juice to beat America down like no drama Obama is doing to them, quite easily.
bobby6464

Portland, OR

#53454 Oct 12, 2013
Quit your crying racial hating tea bag. That limbaugh nut juice should heal your pain.
T Cruz

West Mifflin, PA

#53455 Oct 12, 2013
Exit Ted Cruz, Enter Paul Ryan

The Wisconsin congressman is being sent on another rescue mission—to save the GOP from Cruz’s mess.

Sen. John McCain says the Obamacare defund detour may hurt the Republican Party for years to come. The polls show that the damage from the government shutdown has certainly been acute. The Gallup poll that tracks the approval rating of Republicans in Congress looks like the bend of a hockey stick. At 28 percent approval, it is the lowest since the organization started measuring and down 10 points from last month. The Wall Street Journal poll has an identical finding: The GOP has never been less popular. By a margin of 22 points, the public blames Republicans over President Obama for the government shutdown, a bigger gap than the last major shutdown in the mid-1990s. Seventy percent say that Republicans are putting their "political agenda" ahead of the good of the country.

Whether this is a permanent condition or a temporary one depends on getting Sen. Ted Cruz off the stage and Rep. Paul Ryan on—substituting a bristly champion of an unpopular strategy that divides the party with a congenial representative of the GOP’s traditional views on taxing and spending. That's why House Republican leaders are trying to craft a deal with the White House to reopen government and start budget negotiations where House Budget Committee Chairman Ryan will be the key player. Overnight Thursday White House staffers worked with their House counterparts to find a way to give Republicans cover to reopen the government while not making it look like the president had given in to their demands. House Republicans need some kind of "win" to take to their constituents to prove that this battle wasn't pointless. On Friday, the president met with Senate Republicans to discuss their plans to return the government to full operations.

Why isnt FOX News reporting this?
get the real truth here

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politi...
Homestead Homo

Clearfield, PA

#53456 Oct 12, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
Quit your crying racial hating tea bag. That limbaugh nut juice should heal your pain.
Quit posting as me !!!!!!!! I don't like retards using any of my IDs.
Info

Quakertown, PA

#53457 Oct 12, 2013
bobby6464 wrote:
Quit your crying racial hating tea bag. That limbaugh nut juice should heal your pain.
Still sucking your dad's nut juice and banging your mom who is your sister?

Slate.com ? LMAO!
Homestead Homo

Clearfield, PA

#53458 Oct 12, 2013
Roger the Racist wrote:
"Oct 2008: "You'll never get elected and pass healthcare."
Nov 2008: "We'll never let you pass healthcare."
Jan 2009: "We are going to shout you down every time you try to pass healthcare."
July 2009: "We will fight to the death every attempt you make to pass healthcare."
Dec 2009: "We will destroy you if you even consider passing healthcare."
March 2010: "We can't believe you just passed healthcare."
April 2010: "We are going to overturn healthcare."
Sept 2010: "We are going to repeal healthcare."...
Jan 2011: "We are going to destroy healthcare."
Feb 2012: "We are going to elect a candidate who will immediately revoke healthcare."
June 2012: "We will go to the Supreme Court, and they will overturn healthcare."
Aug 2012: "The American people will never re-elect you, because they don't want healthcare."
Oct 2012: "We can't wait to win the election and explode healthcare."
Nov 2012: "We can't believe you just got re-elected and that we can't repeal healthcare."
Feb 2013: "We're still going to vote to obliterate healthcare."
June 2013: "We can't believe the Supreme Court just upheld healthcare."
July 2013: "We're going to vote like 35 more times to erase healthcare."
Sept 2013: "We are going to leverage a government shutdown into defunding, destroying, obliterating, overturning, repealing, dismantling, erasing and ripping apart healthcare."
Oct 2013: "WHY AREN'T YOU NEGOTIATING?"".
LMAO!!!!!!!!


You can keep your doctor.

You can keep your insurance.

Obamacare will cost you less. LMFAO

Sign up and get insured all you illegals...It might be awhile since the $650,000,000.00 website is fixed. LMFAO @ you retard!
Homestead Homo

Clearfield, PA

#53459 Oct 12, 2013
Anyone up for a circle jerk? There will be lots on nut juice. bobby6969 isn't invited. YEAH BABY!!!!!!! More for me. yum yum yummy!!!!!!!
Roger the Racist

West Mifflin, PA

#53460 Oct 12, 2013
The GOP has never been less popular. By a margin of 22 points, the public blames Republicans over President Obama for the government shutdown, a bigger gap than the last major shutdown in the mid-1990s. Seventy percent say that Republicans are putting their "political agenda" ahead of the good of the country.

Why isnt the nazi party sean hannity or bill oreilly reporting on this?

where is fixed news at?

they still milking the benghazi issue? LMAO!

Hillary in 2016 !!!!!!!!!!
Homestead Homo

Clearfield, PA

#53461 Oct 12, 2013
I just got back from the circle jerk! The floor looked like a case of Ivory dishwashing liquid fell off the shelf after I got done with everyone :)
Captain Beefheart

Erie, PA

#53465 Oct 13, 2013
The party of "personal responsibility" has been exposed as a fraud. The ACA requires personal responsibility from a wide swath of the population requiring people to take the trouble and money to be insured.

Further, and here is their hidden objection, it requires corporate,(and in the case of individually held companies like the Koch Brothers Empire) personal responsibility for the healthcare coverage of people who are working for (read, dedicating their lives to) their companies.

That the Heritage Foundation would be working so hard at defunding and defeating a law which incorporated at its heart their own concept proposal (individual mandate) from the Heritage Foundation in 1993 demonstrates the perfidy of the Right. "Destroy the center, destroy the left, move everything further right until there is no government left to oppose us" has become their evident goal.

This opportunity must be taken to expose their evil intentions. Little of the discussion has touched on the millions of people's lives which are destroyed each year by the lack of insurance, devastating illness untreatable for lack of funds, individuals and families ruined financially, problems the healthcare law addresses.

Mr. Obama, in becoming a target for attack from so many sides for so many reasons, has succeeded in flushing out the formerly hidden groups which now mistakenly think the majority of the country supports their position. It is time for the majority to speak, now, and on election day
Ralph

Baltimore, MD

#53466 Oct 13, 2013
Captain Beefheart wrote:
The party of "personal responsibility" has been exposed as a fraud. The ACA requires personal responsibility from a wide swath of the population requiring people to take the trouble and money to be insured.
Further, and here is their hidden objection, it requires corporate,(and in the case of individually held companies like the Koch Brothers Empire) personal responsibility for the healthcare coverage of people who are working for (read, dedicating their lives to) their companies.
That the Heritage Foundation would be working so hard at defunding and defeating a law which incorporated at its heart their own concept proposal (individual mandate) from the Heritage Foundation in 1993 demonstrates the perfidy of the Right. "Destroy the center, destroy the left, move everything further right until there is no government left to oppose us" has become their evident goal.
This opportunity must be taken to expose their evil intentions. Little of the discussion has touched on the millions of people's lives which are destroyed each year by the lack of insurance, devastating illness untreatable for lack of funds, individuals and families ruined financially, problems the healthcare law addresses.
Mr. Obama, in becoming a target for attack from so many sides for so many reasons, has succeeded in flushing out the formerly hidden groups which now mistakenly think the majority of the country supports their position. It is time for the majority to speak, now, and on election day
The Captain has spoken....we have a Supreme Court that wants to undermime our representative democracy with unlimited finacial contributions from people like the Koch brothers. They buy these nitwits and then own them lock stock and barrel. How can this be good for any of us?
Captain Beefheart

Erie, PA

#53468 Oct 13, 2013
So raise taxes on the rich. To me this is pretty simple. If you are serious about closing the income-to-expenditures gap, and see that as the big threat to civilization as we know it, then agree to raise taxes a smidgen on the people who can afford to pay them. There are a lot of options -- financial transactions tax would be high on my list; carbon tax; lower the estate tax exemption down to 1990s levels; lift the cap on earnings subject to Social Security tax.

And you are also required to notice that even in a severe recession, Obama has cut the annual deficit in half, rather than spinning lies about how he single-handedly has quadrupled it and driven us out of pristine fiscal responsibility into chaos and disaster.

IMO most of the blathering about the debt and the deficit is just window-dressing for the ideology-driven campaign to eliminate all social programs including Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, unemployment benefits, WIC, housing assistance, fuel assistance, and anything else that transfers a few pennies to poor people. Only programs that transfer billions to wealthy people (farm subsidies, military contracts for stuff the Army doesn't even want, bank bailouts) will survive and get increases.

From Robert Reich:

"In 2010 he agreed to extend all of the Bush tax cuts through the end of 2012. Were they satisfied? Of course not.......In response, the President offered an overly-generous $4 trillion “Grand Bargain,” including cuts in Social Security and Medicare and whopping cuts in domestic spending (bringing it to its lowest level as a share of gross domestic product in over half a century)......
When they demanded more, Obama agreed to a Super Committee to find bigger cuts, and if the Super Committee failed, a “sequester” that would automatically and indiscriminately slice everything in the federal budget except Social Security and Medicare.......
By the end of 2012, they insisted that the Bush tax cuts be permanently extended or the nation would go over the “fiscal cliff.” Once again, Obama caved, agreeing to permanently extend the Bush tax cuts for incomes up to $400,000.........
Obama offered more cuts in Medicare and a “chained CPI” to reduce Social Security payments, in exchange for Republican concessions on taxes......"

Robert Reich
Info

Quakertown, PA

#53471 Oct 13, 2013
Captain Beefheart wrote:
So raise taxes on the rich. To me this is pretty simple. If you are serious about closing the income-to-expenditures gap, and see that as the big threat to civilization as we know it, then agree to raise taxes a smidgen on the people who can afford to pay them. There are a lot of options -- financial transactions tax would be high on my list; carbon tax; lower the estate tax exemption down to 1990s levels; lift the cap on earnings subject to Social Security tax.
And you are also required to notice that even in a severe recession, Obama has cut the annual deficit in half, rather than spinning lies about how he single-handedly has quadrupled it and driven us out of pristine fiscal responsibility into chaos and disaster.
IMO most of the blathering about the debt and the deficit is just window-dressing for the ideology-driven campaign to eliminate all social programs including Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, unemployment benefits, WIC, housing assistance, fuel assistance, and anything else that transfers a few pennies to poor people. Only programs that transfer billions to wealthy people (farm subsidies, military contracts for stuff the Army doesn't even want, bank bailouts) will survive and get increases.
From Robert Reich:
"In 2010 he agreed to extend all of the Bush tax cuts through the end of 2012. Were they satisfied? Of course not.......In response, the President offered an overly-generous $4 trillion “Grand Bargain,” including cuts in Social Security and Medicare and whopping cuts in domestic spending (bringing it to its lowest level as a share of gross domestic product in over half a century)......
When they demanded more, Obama agreed to a Super Committee to find bigger cuts, and if the Super Committee failed, a “sequester” that would automatically and indiscriminately slice everything in the federal budget except Social Security and Medicare.......
By the end of 2012, they insisted that the Bush tax cuts be permanently extended or the nation would go over the “fiscal cliff.” Once again, Obama caved, agreeing to permanently extend the Bush tax cuts for incomes up to $400,000.........
Obama offered more cuts in Medicare and a “chained CPI” to reduce Social Security payments, in exchange for Republican concessions on taxes......"
Robert Reich
"Obama has cut the annual deficit in half, rather than spinning lies about how he single-handedly has quadrupled it and driven us out of pristine fiscal responsibility into chaos and disaster."

In a nutshell, Obama isn't spending as much but he is still spending money we don't have. That's why it's called deficit spending.

There is a huge difference between the deficit and the debt. No, he has not quadrupled his deficit spending; he has added more to the national debt in 5 years than his predecessor has done in 8. He has NOT cut our total debt in half! Look at the National Debt Clock. It's rapidly approaching $17 TRILLION dollars. On top of yearly deficit expenditures, you'll have the added cost of Obamacare, which will be closer to $4 trillion over 10 years than the original projection of $900 billion over 10 years. We're looking at a debt of over $20 trillion by the time Obama leaves office. That is unsustainable.
Info

Quakertown, PA

#53472 Oct 13, 2013
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>
The Captain has spoken....we have a Supreme Court that wants to undermime our representative democracy with unlimited finacial contributions from people like the Koch brothers. They buy these nitwits and then own them lock stock and barrel. How can this be good for any of us?
Don't forget who is on the other side of that Koch Brothers coin...George Soros.

It's still the same coin, just in D or R flavor.
in the know

West Mifflin, PA

#53473 Oct 13, 2013
you'll have the added cost of Obamacare, which will be closer to $4 trillion over 10 years than the original projection of $900 billion over 10 years. FALSE.......
your facts are all lies....

Cost of ObamaCare: Obama Care Cost
What Does ObamaCare Cost?
What is the cost of ObamaCare? ObamaCare, Obama's new health care law, has a massive impact on health care costs. ObamaCare's cost is estimated at up to net cost of $1.1 trillion dollars over the next 10 years. Although Obamacare's net costs are in the trillions, the law actually reduces the growth in health care spending by tens of billions each year, reduces health care costs for many Americans, helps to insure tens of millions and is estimated to result in an overall net decrease of the deficit.

Obamacare is projected to cut the national deficit by over $200 billion during it's first 10 years and over $1 trillion over the next two decades. This helps offset the up-front cost of ObamaCare. Please be aware the cost estimates are changed on a regular basis and are often quoted as being between $1 and $2.6 trillion. Our cost estimate is taken directly from the front page of the official CBO report on ObamaCare's costs. ObamaCare is paid for through collected taxes, penalties, spending cuts and reformations to the health care industry.

take a peek here;

http://obamacarefacts.com/costof-obamacare.ph...
tea baggers debt

West Mifflin, PA

#53474 Oct 13, 2013
how about the cost of two useless unwinnable wars that Bush started? dont forget we had NO money to pay for these wars...PLUS INTEREST!

take a peek here

http://nationalpriorities.org/cost-of/

Iraq, Afghan wars will cost to $4 trillion to $6 trillion !!!!!!

The U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will cost taxpayers $4 trillion to $6 trillion, taking into account the medical care of wounded veterans and expensive repairs to a force depleted by more than a decade of fighting, according to a new study by a Harvard researcher.

Washington increased military benefits in late 2001 as the nation went to war, seeking to quickly bolster its talent pool and expand its ranks. Those decisions and the protracted nation-building efforts launched in both countries will generate expenses for years to come, Linda J. Bilmes, a public policy professor, wrote in the report that was released Thursday.

“As a consequence of these wartime spending choices, the United States will face constraints in funding investments in personnel and diplomacy, research and development and new military initiatives,” the report says.“The legacy of decisions taken during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars will dominate future federal budgets for decades to come.”

Fix news dont report this, why is that?

http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-03-28...
Info

Quakertown, PA

#53475 Oct 13, 2013
in the know wrote:
you'll have the added cost of Obamacare, which will be closer to $4 trillion over 10 years than the original projection of $900 billion over 10 years. FALSE.......
your facts are all lies....
Cost of ObamaCare: Obama Care Cost
What Does ObamaCare Cost?
What is the cost of ObamaCare? ObamaCare, Obama's new health care law, has a massive impact on health care costs. ObamaCare's cost is estimated at up to net cost of $1.1 trillion dollars over the next 10 years. Although Obamacare's net costs are in the trillions, the law actually reduces the growth in health care spending by tens of billions each year, reduces health care costs for many Americans, helps to insure tens of millions and is estimated to result in an overall net decrease of the deficit.
Obamacare is projected to cut the national deficit by over $200 billion during it's first 10 years and over $1 trillion over the next two decades. This helps offset the up-front cost of ObamaCare. Please be aware the cost estimates are changed on a regular basis and are often quoted as being between $1 and $2.6 trillion. Our cost estimate is taken directly from the front page of the official CBO report on ObamaCare's costs. ObamaCare is paid for through collected taxes, penalties, spending cuts and reformations to the health care industry.
take a peek here;
http://obamacarefacts.com/costof-obamacare.ph...
I'll take the Government Accountability Office over your website any day of the week. Please tell me, in what universe, does excess spending lower the deficit?

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/341589/g...

"Obamacare will increase the long-term federal deficit by $6.2 trillion, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released today.

The GAO report is essentially the first attempt to isolate and calculate Obamacare’s impact on the deficit beyond the traditional ten-year budget window. GAO ran two simulations “based on broad sets of assumptions about health care spending and other components of federal spending and revenue” over a 75-year period. First, a baseline-extended simulation, which “illustrates the long-term outlook assuming federal laws (applicable at the time the simulation was run) remain unchanged,” and second, an alternative simulation, which “illustrates the long-term fiscal outlook assuming historical trends and policy preferences continue.”

The baseline scenario is far more optimistic, largely because it does not take into account the concerns — expressed by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Trustees, and Medicare’s chief actuary — about “whether certain cost-containment mechanisms included in PPACA can be sustained over the long term.”

However, the GAO report concluded that even under these “more optimistic assumptions,” Obamacare’s cost-control provisions “were not sufficient to prevent an unsustainable increase in debt held by the public.”

The alternative scenario, which incorporates the more realistic “alternative projections” suggested by CBO, the CMS trustees, and the chief Medicare actuary, is even more dire. Under this scenario, the “primary deficit” increases by 0.7 percent of GDP over the 75-year period. The GAO does not put a dollar value on that figure, but Senate Budget Committee staff has calculated, and GAO has confirmed, that it would amount to a $6.2 trillion increase in the federal deficit. "

Sorry Bobby, Math wins and you lose...actually, we all lose.
Info

Quakertown, PA

#53476 Oct 13, 2013
tea baggers debt wrote:
how about the cost of two useless unwinnable wars that Bush started? dont forget we had NO money to pay for these wars...PLUS INTEREST!
take a peek here
http://nationalpriorities.org/cost-of/
Iraq, Afghan wars will cost to $4 trillion to $6 trillion !!!!!!
The U.S. wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will cost taxpayers $4 trillion to $6 trillion, taking into account the medical care of wounded veterans and expensive repairs to a force depleted by more than a decade of fighting, according to a new study by a Harvard researcher.
Washington increased military benefits in late 2001 as the nation went to war, seeking to quickly bolster its talent pool and expand its ranks. Those decisions and the protracted nation-building efforts launched in both countries will generate expenses for years to come, Linda J. Bilmes, a public policy professor, wrote in the report that was released Thursday.
“As a consequence of these wartime spending choices, the United States will face constraints in funding investments in personnel and diplomacy, research and development and new military initiatives,” the report says.“The legacy of decisions taken during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars will dominate future federal budgets for decades to come.”
Fix news dont report this, why is that?
http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-03-28...
How can this be the Tea Party's debt when it didn't exist until 2009, Booby?
Barry

West Mifflin, PA

#53480 Oct 14, 2013
The Real numbers !
"The Government Accountability Office estimated (Obamacare) will add to the long-term deficit by $6.2 trillion."
Griffith said the GAO estimated Obamacare will add $6.2 trillion to deficits over the next 75 years.
That figure isn’t in the GAO report that Griffith’s office cited. Republicans came up with the number by adding reasonable computations to a worst-case scenario laid out by the GAO early this year.
Griffith failed to mention that the report also contained a rosy scenario showing Obamacare could substantially reduce long-term deficits. The GAO did not say in its report which of the scenarios is more likely to occur. Many experts say the reality likely will fall somewhere in the middle.
So Griffith’s statement contains a trace of fact, but creates a deceptive claim about what the GAO report said. We rate his statement Mostly False.
Politifacts dont lie..........tea bag websites do..HAAAA!!!!!!!!
take a peek here
http://www.politifact.com/virginia/statements...
Kenny

West Mifflin, PA

#53484 Oct 14, 2013
The Daily Caller is owned by none other than the tea bagger conservative Tucker Carlton the ex FIX news reporter.
He was canned along with Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin ..LOL!

The Daily Caller likes to suck in the idiot tea bag drones that believe their stories and lies.

Here is a sample of their worthless news and lies.

Senator Bob Menendez prostitution controversy and FBI investigation In an article titled "Women: Sen. Bob Menendez paid us for sex in the Dominican Republic",[18] The Daily Caller reported that New Jersey senator Bob Menendez had allegedly paid two prostitutes to have sex with him during a stay at a Dominican Republic resort. The report included videotaped interviews with the women. The allegation came five days before the 2012 New Jersey senate election. News organizations such as the New York Times, ABC News and the New York Post declined to publish the allegations, viewing them as unsubstantiated and lacking credibility.

Former FIX news ex employees go on to lower heights to make money and false news stories, FIX news taught them well !
LMAO!!

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