my illegal amigos

Los Angeles, CA

#55473 Jan 13, 2014
G BUsh wrote:
Chris Christie's career will be OVER if he's lying about Bridgegate involvement: Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani
A handful of GOP officials offered their support for the New Jersey chief Sunday, but Giuliani said the scandal-stricken governor is putting his entire legacy on the line by saying he wasn't personally involved in the crippling lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.
“I think this is a story that's still developing and we should reserve judgment,” Rubio said on CBS’“Face the Nation.” And beyond that, I'm just not, don't know that much about it, other than what I've seen reported in the press.”
As questions continued to arise throughout the weekend over who in Christie’s office knew about the sinister traffic plot, the man leading the New Jersey state investigation into the offense, which is also being reviewed by the U.S. Attorney’s office and the FBI, suggested the probe could result in disastrous consequences for the governor.
“We’re no longer looking at just lane closures,” New Jersey State Assemblyman John Wisniewski said.“We’re looking at an abuse of power and an attempt to cover up that abuse of power.”
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/repu...
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fat boy is a RINO........who cares?

he's one of you
Pompilius

Silver Spring, MD

#55474 Jan 13, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure, now you're worried about Latinos getting healthcare. Right.
Apparently you can't acknowledge the embarrassing, avoidable problems Obama's incompetence created for the Spanish speaking community.

Obama learned nothing from his epic failure of the Obamacare English website roll out.

The problems with the Obamacare Spanish site would have been obvious had it been vetted properly via beta testing with both a technical and Spanish speaking community. Someone Obama put in charge allowed this embarrassment to go live.

But that's what happens when a silver tongued community organizer with zero executive experience tries to run a country.
diseased liberal

Los Angeles, CA

#55475 Jan 13, 2014
Mitt R wrote:
Why do 'red states' have more poverty?
Americans do not have to guess what the country would be like if the small-government, conservative economic agenda were implemented on a national scale.
Many Republican-controlled, predominantly Southern “red states” already have. The result is not an abundance of prosperity from under taxed “job creators,” as often touted in sound bites and on the conservative candidate campaign trail. Instead, according to the numbers, it’s quite the opposite.
Smaller government austerity policies in red states have created macroeconomic societies with high poverty and low education rates. Low-paying jobs and lack of health care also dominate states that have implemented the smaller government theories of conservative ideology.
In Texas, for example, decades of Republican control, from the governor’s office down to state and local legislatures, has kept the Tea Party ideological model in place. And it has the highest poverty rate of “any large industrial state,” according to Texas Politics data.
The data showed similar high poverty rate numbers for other red states, including Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Lack of health care is also a bigger problem in states following the conservative Republican ideological view of less funding for government assistance programs.
Hunger is also a bigger problem among states where Republicans have had their way with local budgets. And while southern red states do not have a lock on growing US poverty rates, they still lead with the worse numbers. More than 24 percent of the people in Mississippi suffer from food deficiencies, with Alabama coming in second at nearly 23 percent.
Red States also top the charts for populations with lower education levels. The top 10 include Oklahoma, Tennessee, Indiana, Nevada, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Arkansas, Mississippi and West Virginia, according to Fox Business.
read more here:
http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/141...
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"War on Poverty" and healthcare reform

In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.

Johnson set in motion bills and acts,[64]

creating programs such as

Head Start,

food stamps,

Work Study,

Medicare

and Medicaid, which still exist today.

“I’ll have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

- Lyndon B. Johnson

“These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness.

Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”

—Lyndon B. Johnson
Bobby Teabag

Clearfield, PA

#55476 Jan 13, 2014
This is what happens when blacks are raised in the slums (inner cities) without a father and the siblings have 5 or 6 different fathers. Raised on welfare, taught that the white man put them where they are, mothers are on crack sleeping with any man who has money or drugs, being taught that all white men are racist, white man owes them a living because their great great great great grandfather was a slave, being told because they are black so they cannot be racist (Dan the Man's belief). The blacks keep racism alive with leaders like Sharpton and Jackson..they claim to be ministers of God, yet lack the proper credentials and twist the word of God to their benefit. It's no wonder.....
Half of black males in U.S. arrested by age 23, study finds
(Reuters)- Almost half of black males and almost 40 percent of white males are arrested in the United States by the time they are 23 years old, according to a study released this week.
In findings published in the journal Crime & Delinquency, researchers at several universities studied a representative sample of 7,335 people who reported that they'd been arrested at a young age, said Robert Brame, criminology professor at the University of South Carolina and lead author of the study.
Researchers found that more black and Hispanic men had been arrested as youths than white men for something other than a minor traffic violation. More men than women had been arrested by the time they are 23 years old.
By the time they reached 18 years old, 30 percent of black and 26 percent of Hispanic males compared to 22 percent of white males had been arrested.
By the time they reached 23 years old, 49 percent of black males, 44 percent of Hispanic males, and 38 percent of white males had been arrested for something other than a minor traffic violation.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/08/us-...
diseased liberal

Los Angeles, CA

#55477 Jan 13, 2014
obummercare

.
.

“I’ll have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

- Lyndon B. Johnson

..........

just change the name to obummer the uniter.
Rejects

Philadelphia, PA

#55478 Jan 13, 2014
None of your babble has anything to do with the topic of the thread.
UnflexibleOldGuy

Philadelphia, PA

#55479 Jan 13, 2014
As long as it's one of the major two parties we should be fine...
Jimmy Swaggard

Baltimore, MD

#55480 Jan 13, 2014
Bobby Teabag wrote:
This is what happens when blacks are raised in the slums (inner cities) without a father and the siblings have 5 or 6 different fathers. Raised on welfare, taught that the white man put them where they are, mothers are on crack sleeping with any man who has money or drugs, being taught that all white men are racist, white man owes them a living because their great great great great grandfather was a slave, being told because they are black so they cannot be racist (Dan the Man's belief). The blacks keep racism alive with leaders like Sharpton and Jackson..they claim to be ministers of God, yet lack the proper credentials and twist the word of God to their benefit. It's no wonder.....
Half of black males in U.S. arrested by age 23, study finds
(Reuters)- Almost half of black males and almost 40 percent of white males are arrested in the United States by the time they are 23 years old, according to a study released this week.
In findings published in the journal Crime & Delinquency, researchers at several universities studied a representative sample of 7,335 people who reported that they'd been arrested at a young age, said Robert Brame, criminology professor at the University of South Carolina and lead author of the study.
Researchers found that more black and Hispanic men had been arrested as youths than white men for something other than a minor traffic violation. More men than women had been arrested by the time they are 23 years old.
By the time they reached 18 years old, 30 percent of black and 26 percent of Hispanic males compared to 22 percent of white males had been arrested.
By the time they reached 23 years old, 49 percent of black males, 44 percent of Hispanic males, and 38 percent of white males had been arrested for something other than a minor traffic violation.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/08/us-...
Forgive this misfit douchebag Oh Lord for accusing others of diverse persuations for his sins...for he is a blunt headed idiot and we acknowledge your word pertaining to the blunt headed idiots...for the blunt headed idiots will inherit what's left in the latrine after the buffet.

Oh yes Lord, the judger of men will then be judged and your creation will progress without his dim-witted nonsense. We pray in your name Lord to hasten his prosecution and sent him to the firey pit below asap for this is his destiny.

He's a true loser by anybody's standards and will reap the reward at the bottom of the latrine..

Let us pray...

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55481 Jan 13, 2014
Pompilius wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently you can't acknowledge the embarrassing, avoidable problems Obama's incompetence created for the Spanish speaking community.
Obama learned nothing from his epic failure of the Obamacare English website roll out.
The problems with the Obamacare Spanish site would have been obvious had it been vetted properly via beta testing with both a technical and Spanish speaking community. Someone Obama put in charge allowed this embarrassment to go live.
But that's what happens when a silver tongued community organizer with zero executive experience tries to run a country.
There's three other ways to sign up. It's a website. Relax.
Tightywhiteyinbr ownscale

Philadelphia, PA

#55482 Jan 13, 2014
Millionaires shouldn't be leading us. No fascist republican or socialist dem is qualified. unless it's to the bleach turd paintings out of my skimps
Cornelius

Wilkes Barre, PA

#55483 Jan 13, 2014
"What difference – at this point, what difference does it make?" replied Hillary Clinton to the cause of her Ambassador's murder in Benghzai.

+-+-+

The Washington Examiner

Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S.'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bush

Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state who leads all 2016 presidential polls, ranks dead last on a new top 10 poll of who Americans admire most, and at the bottom of who the world admires most, behind celebs like Angelina Jolie and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Cornelius

Wilkes Barre, PA

#55484 Jan 13, 2014
Obama's IRS investigation--Chicago style.

$$$$$

The Washington Post

Obama donor leading Justice Department’s IRS investigation

Two Republican lawmakers and a conservative legal group are questioning the Justice Department’s selection of a Democratic donor to lead the agency’s probe into the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of certain advocacy groups during the 2010 and 2012 election cycles.

House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) issued a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Wednesday demanding the department remove DOJ trial attorney Barbara Bosserman from the case, saying her involvement is “highly inappropriate and has compromised the administration’s investigation of the IRS.”

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55485 Jan 13, 2014
Cornelius wrote:
"What difference – at this point, what difference does it make?" replied Hillary Clinton to the cause of her Ambassador's murder in Benghzai.
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The Washington Examiner
Hillary Clinton ranks last on U.S.'most admired' list, behind Rush Limbaugh, Bush
Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state who leads all 2016 presidential polls, ranks dead last on a new top 10 poll of who Americans admire most, and at the bottom of who the world admires most, behind celebs like Angelina Jolie and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Total lie.

She's first, and not just here. Hillary is the most admired woman on Planet Earth.

http://www.gallup.com/poll/166646/obama-clint...

But here's the hilarious Planet Teabag poll you're trying to make people think is real. One's Gallup/USA Today. Yours is yougov.com . Never heard of it before? Don't worry, neither has anyone else.

https://today.yougov.com/news/2014/01/10/info...

Seriously, being scared of blacks, women, Latinos, Asians, books, immigrants, young people, colleges, Obama, aliens, Muslims, zombies and vaginas is the hallmark of your idiocy. But being this afraid of the Clintons is a little sad. I didn't think you dumbasses would start this stuff until at least 2015.
Bobby Teabag

Clearfield, PA

#55486 Jan 13, 2014
Jimmy Swaggard wrote:
<quoted text>
Forgive this misfit douchebag Oh Lord for accusing others of diverse persuations for his sins...for he is a blunt headed idiot and we acknowledge your word pertaining to the blunt headed idiots...for the blunt headed idiots will inherit what's left in the latrine after the buffet.
Oh yes Lord, the judger of men will then be judged and your creation will progress without his dim-witted nonsense. We pray in your name Lord to hasten his prosecution and sent him to the firey pit below asap for this is his destiny.
He's a true loser by anybody's standards and will reap the reward at the bottom of the latrine..
Let us pray...
What an ass! LOL. You accuse me of judging and condemn me to hell and in so doing you yourself are judging. You must be a liberal...when truth stares you in your face you resort to idiotic posts like this one. LMAO......
Cornelius

Wilkes Barre, PA

#55487 Jan 13, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Total lie.
She's first, and not just here. Hillary is the most admired woman on Planet Earth.
http://www.gallup.com/poll/166646/obama-clint...
But here's the hilarious Planet Teabag poll you're trying to make people think is real. One's Gallup/USA Today. Yours is yougov.com . Never heard of it before? Don't worry, neither has anyone else.
https://today.yougov.com/news/2014/01/10/info...
Seriously, being scared of blacks, women, Latinos, Asians, books, immigrants, young people, colleges, Obama, aliens, Muslims, zombies and vaginas is the hallmark of your idiocy. But being this afraid of the Clintons is a little sad. I didn't think you dumbasses would start this stuff until at least 2015.
No need to be hysterically screechy.

Hillary 'what difference does it make' Clinton is not strongly admired but hasn't done much to earn admiration, now has she, other than standing by her adulterous 'what is is' husband while he lied to the nation. She carpetbagged from Arkansas--where she couldn't get elected--to New York and, like Obama, had an unremarkable Senate stint before being sent out of the country for equally unremarkable State Department service.

Hillary is way down the list right there in 27th place two spots below George Bush in the international poll and in 10th place behind Rush Limbaugh and six spots below George Bush in the national poll.
http://www.mediaite.com/online/rush-limbaugh-...
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#55490 Jan 13, 2014
Chris Christie's No Magic Cure for What Ails GOP Presidential Candidates

Christie is obviously a strong contender whom Republicans should take seriously. And presidential elections fought between two basically qualified candidates running basically competent campaigns are mostly determined by the fundamentals. But I think this analysis of Christie's electoral strength is far too pat and simplistic. It's after all simply not the case that in the past two presidential elections Republicans have erred by demanding candidates with unblemished records of orthodox conservatism. On the contrary, compared with their major rivals, both Mitt Romney and John McCain were the moderates in the field. But while both Romney and McCain had some major moments of moderation in their records, they didn't have any moderation in their platforms as presidential candidates. The deal struck by party leaders in both cases was basically "we'll overlook a record of heterodoxy in exchange for clear indications that you plan to govern in a totally orthodox manner." It would have been child's play for Romney to draw a contrast between the pragmatic, ideologically flexible, "get things done" approach he took as governor of Massachusetts and the uncompromising conservatism and obstructionism of the hideously unpopular Boehner/McConnell GOP, but Romney chose not to draw that contrast because despite Romney's personal record the Romney operation was founded on orthodoxy.

read more here:

http://www.slate.com/blogs/moneybox/2013/07/2...

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55491 Jan 13, 2014
Cornelius wrote:
<quoted text>
No need to be hysterically screechy.
Hillary 'what difference does it make' Clinton is not strongly admired but hasn't done much to earn admiration, now has she, other than standing by her adulterous 'what is is' husband while he lied to the nation. She carpetbagged from Arkansas--where she couldn't get elected--to New York and, like Obama, had an unremarkable Senate stint before being sent out of the country for equally unremarkable State Department service.
Hillary is way down the list right there in 27th place two spots below George Bush in the international poll and in 10th place behind Rush Limbaugh and six spots below George Bush in the national poll.
http://www.mediaite.com/online/rush-limbaugh-...
You cited the same poll I did. Can someone fill up your sippee cup for you so you can dedicate this whole time to figuring it out? Gallup/USA Today poll lists Hillary as the most admired woman in the world (for 16 straight years). Your Planet Teabag poll from yougov.com isn't something anyone would take seriously. No one's ever heard of it. It's a teabag website. And it isn't even a poll. It's a survey of dumb tea baggers.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55492 Jan 13, 2014
macaroni wrote:
Hey bacon did you get your false teeth yet? Or don't they have those in West Virginia either? I guess you'll just have to go thru life with most of your teeth missing.
I bet that's an ugly sight.
I can see why you call yourself bacon hater....too difficult to chew bacon with no teeth. So you consume a lot of pudding and mush.
Maybe you should change your name to "little puddin boy"
You're from Pennsyltucky. Is this all you have? Jokes about West Virginia? I understand desperation, but claiming superiority because of where your parents gave birth to you doesn't make you superior. It makes you stupid.
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#55493 Jan 13, 2014
Exclusive poll: Chris Christie not being 'completely honest' about Bridgegate

About half of New Jersey adults think Gov. Chris Christie knew his staff was involved in the “Bridgegate” scandal before emails became public last week, according to a new Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll.

And 51 percent say they do not think the governor has been “completely honest” about what he knows about the incident, the poll found.
read more here"

read more here:

http://www.app.com/article/20140113/NJNEWS/30...
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#55494 Jan 13, 2014
Federal Probe of Chris Christie's Tourism Ads Could Make Bridgegate Look Like an Afterthought

Here's one way Chris Christie can get everyone to stop talking about his administration's George Washington Bridge scandal: find himself under investigation by the federal government.

Rep. Frank Pallone, D-N.J., tells CNN on Monday that the feds are investigating Christie's use of $25 million in government aid following superstorm Sandy. At issue is an ad campaign the state launched after the storm to try and bring back tourists. The campaign the state launched last April, which prominently featured the governor and his family, gave $4.7 million to the winning ad firm. That's a little more than $2 million above than the next-lowest bidder. But that lower bid's campaign did not include the Christies.

All of this is made more complicated (and perhaps more fishy) because 2013 was an election year for the governor. And the ad campaign (which played in swing-states like Pennsylvania) potentially gave Christie more exposure for a possible 2016 presidential run.

read more here:

http://www.nationaljournal.com/politics/feder...

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