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#56348 Mar 12, 2014
KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE BALL.....5 Years of Strengthening, Economic Recovery....and all you are concerned with, is the approval ratings of a second-term President?.....Beyond Dumb......
D Cheney

Homestead, PA

#56349 Mar 12, 2014
BHO Approval Sinks Lower wrote:
WSJ/NBC News Poll: Obama's Approval Rating Hits New Low
March 12, 2014
Marks Could Be Hurdle for Democrats in November Amid Broad Dissatisfaction
President Barack Obama is struggling to overcome widespread pessimism about the economy and deep frustration with Washington, notching the lowest job-approval ratings of his presidency in a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
The results suggest Mr. Obama could weigh on fellow Democrats in midterm elections this fall, particularly in the conservative states that will play a large role in deciding whether his party retains its Senate majority.
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Mr. Obama's job approval ticked down to 41% in March from 43% in January, marking a new low. Some 54% disapproved of the job he is doing, matching a previous high from December, when the botched rollout of his signature health law played prominently in the news. The latest survey also showed the lowest-ever approval in Journal/NBC polling for Mr. Obama's handling of foreign policy.
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1000142...
Let me know when Obama gets to a new low of 24% that Bush's approval rating was ( the lowest rating of a President in modern times ) when he left office....:(
Lol

Philadelphia, PA

#56350 Mar 12, 2014
lol
J McCain

Homestead, PA

#56352 Mar 12, 2014
Rep. Barbara Lee Hits Back at Paul Ryan’s Dog-Whistle Politics

California Representative Barbara Lee responded to Representative Paul Ryan’s Wednesday remarks lambasting “inner city” men for not “learning the value or culture of work.” Her message: we know whom you’re talking about, Mr. Ryan.

In a statement, Representative Lee called out the Wisconsin congressman for invoking dog-whistle politics to support work requirements for benefits. She did not hold back.

“My colleague Congressman Ryan’s comments about ‘inner city’ poverty are a thinly veiled racial attack and cannot be tolerated,” Lee said.“Let’s be clear, when Mr. Ryan says ‘inner city,’ when he says,‘culture,’ these are simply code words for what he really means:‘black.’”

Representative Lee added,“Instead of demonizing ‘culture,’ and blaming black men for their poverty, Mr. Ryan should step up and produce some legitimate proposals on how to tackle poverty and racial discrimination in America. His uninformed policy proposals continue to increase poverty, not solve it.”

Representative Ryan made his controversial remarks on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America radio show. Responding to a question about the “fatherless problem” in poor neighborhoods, Ryan said,“We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work.”

Read more here:

http://www.thenation.com/blog/178824/rep-barb... #

and here:

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#56353 Mar 12, 2014
BHO Approval Sinks Lower wrote:
WSJ/NBC News Poll: Obama's Approval Rating Hits New Low
March 12, 2014
Marks Could Be Hurdle for Democrats in November Amid Broad Dissatisfaction
President Barack Obama is struggling to overcome widespread pessimism about the economy and deep frustration with Washington, notching the lowest job-approval ratings of his presidency in a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
The results suggest Mr. Obama could weigh on fellow Democrats in midterm elections this fall, particularly in the conservative states that will play a large role in deciding whether his party retains its Senate majority.
View Graphics
Mr. Obama's job approval ticked down to 41% in March from 43% in January, marking a new low. Some 54% disapproved of the job he is doing, matching a previous high from December, when the botched rollout of his signature health law played prominently in the news. The latest survey also showed the lowest-ever approval in Journal/NBC polling for Mr. Obama's handling of foreign policy.
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1000142...
Obama's approval numbers have always been and will always be DOUBLE or TRIPLE the Republican's. Polls are not your friend, tea bagger. Both are reflections of government, which you've stalled with ignorant $24 billion failed shutdowns and the most filibusters in the history of the nation. Most of which were for jobs programs and expanding equality to all Americans, both things the overwhelming majority of Americans support.
hedgehog bday

Newtown Square, PA

#56354 Mar 12, 2014
Lord of Karma wrote:
<quoted text>Obviously this person beleaves that the vegetables and meat is grown on the shelves at the stores.
I hate when my neighbors tree beleaves it's lieves in my yard for me to raik.

Petal Power

“It's a New Dawn”

Since: Feb 14

Location hidden

#56355 Mar 12, 2014
SERIOUSLY!!

Am sure the GOVERNOR has it ALL under control!!

DUH!!
Eddie Swindel

Homestead, PA

#56356 Mar 12, 2014
Governor Corbett’s budget proposal fails to repair damage
done to Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG – The SEIU Pennsylvania State Council issued the following statement today in response to Governor Tom Corbett’s 2014/15 state budget address written and paid for by his campaign.
Gabe Morgan, Pennsylvania State Director for SEIU 32BJ and President of the State Council said:
“Governor Corbett should know that hiring George W Bush's former speechwriter and a Washington insider will not change his horrible record. No matter how he spins it, this Governor has been a disaster for the middle class.

Read more here:

http://www.seiu668.org/files/2014/02/SEIU-Bud...
Eddie Swindel

Homestead, PA

#56357 Mar 12, 2014
Neal Bisno, President of SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania and Secretary-Treasurer of the State Council said the governor’s refusal to accept federal funds to increase access to healthcare through Medicaid this year as all of our neighboring states are doing will cost Pennsylvania nearly $500 million and creates roadblocks between hardworking people and quality care.“Governor Corbett continues to stand between 500,000 uninsured working families and the healthcare they need and deserve. His refusal to expand Medicaid in this budget will cost taxpayers nearly half-a-billion dollars in lost savings. That’s funding that could be used to support our struggling schools, create jobs and expands access to healthcare for hardworking Pennsylvanians.”

Read more here:

http://www.seiu668.org/files/2014/02/SEIU-Bud...

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#56358 Mar 13, 2014
J McCain wrote:
Rep. Barbara Lee Hits Back at Paul Ryan’s Dog-Whistle Politics
California Representative Barbara Lee responded to Representative Paul Ryan’s Wednesday remarks lambasting “inner city” men for not “learning the value or culture of work.” Her message: we know whom you’re talking about, Mr. Ryan.
In a statement, Representative Lee called out the Wisconsin congressman for invoking dog-whistle politics to support work requirements for benefits. She did not hold back.
“My colleague Congressman Ryan’s comments about ‘inner city’ poverty are a thinly veiled racial attack and cannot be tolerated,” Lee said.“Let’s be clear, when Mr. Ryan says ‘inner city,’ when he says,‘culture,’ these are simply code words for what he really means:‘black.’”
Representative Lee added,“Instead of demonizing ‘culture,’ and blaming black men for their poverty, Mr. Ryan should step up and produce some legitimate proposals on how to tackle poverty and racial discrimination in America. His uninformed policy proposals continue to increase poverty, not solve it.”
Representative Ryan made his controversial remarks on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America radio show. Responding to a question about the “fatherless problem” in poor neighborhoods, Ryan said,“We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work.”
Read more here:
http://www.thenation.com/blog/178824/rep-barb... #
and here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Qkuu0Lwb5EMXX
I usually disagree with Paul Ryan on almost everything....but, not this topic....Does Rep. Barbara Lee dispute this problem, within black culture?

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#56359 Mar 13, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> I usually disagree with Paul Ryan on almost everything....but, not this topic....Does Rep. Barbara Lee dispute this problem, within black culture?
No, I think she disputes the ludicrous, inaccurate and damaging notion that the problem exists only within "black culture" (whatever that is).

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#56360 Mar 13, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I think she disputes the ludicrous, inaccurate and damaging notion that the problem exists only within "black culture" (whatever that is).
I would say, it predominates in black society...more than any other i can think of....
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#56361 Mar 13, 2014
Truth strike a nerve with ya Homestad ? Sounds like Ryan talking about you. LMAO !!!!
J McCain wrote:
Rep. Barbara Lee Hits Back at Paul Ryan’s Dog-Whistle Politics
California Representative Barbara Lee responded to Representative Paul Ryan’s Wednesday remarks lambasting “inner city” men for not “learning the value or culture of work.” Her message: we know whom you’re talking about, Mr. Ryan.
In a statement, Representative Lee called out the Wisconsin congressman for invoking dog-whistle politics to support work requirements for benefits. She did not hold back.
“My colleague Congressman Ryan’s comments about ‘inner city’ poverty are a thinly veiled racial attack and cannot be tolerated,” Lee said.“Let’s be clear, when Mr. Ryan says ‘inner city,’ when he says,‘culture,’ these are simply code words for what he really means:‘black.’”
Representative Lee added,“Instead of demonizing ‘culture,’ and blaming black men for their poverty, Mr. Ryan should step up and produce some legitimate proposals on how to tackle poverty and racial discrimination in America. His uninformed policy proposals continue to increase poverty, not solve it.”
Representative Ryan made his controversial remarks on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America radio show. Responding to a question about the “fatherless problem” in poor neighborhoods, Ryan said,“We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work.”
Read more here:
http://www.thenation.com/blog/178824/rep-barb... #
and here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Qkuu0Lwb5EMXX
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#56363 Mar 13, 2014
“For a lot of young boys and young men in particular, they don’t see an example of fathers or grandfathers, uncles, who are in a position to support families and be held up in respect,” Obama said.

“Too many fathers are M.I.A, too many fathers are AWOL, missing from too many lives and too many homes,” Mr. Obama said, to a chorus of approving murmurs from the audience.“They have abandoned their responsibilities, acting like boys instead of men. And the foundations of our families are weaker because of it.”

"whatever that is"
Al Sharpton

Homestead, PA

#56364 Mar 13, 2014
The amazing thing--or rather, one amazing thing--to me is if you pressed Ryan on this and pointed out how racist it is, he would deny it. He would deny any dog-whistle connection between "inner city" men and "blacks". It is just a coincidence, and you seeing anything more in it is PC mongering or some such.

And of course, this has been the playbook for the GOP since Nixon. Reagan did it pretty blatantly with his "welfare queen" epithet, along with giving a big speech on "state's rights" at the Neshoba County Fair in 1980. Bush with Willie Horton. Jesse Helms with the "hands" ad. And on and on. But oh, no; now that we have an African American President, racism is dead, right?

What a pile of horse manure.
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#56365 Mar 13, 2014
To anyone who believes a solid family structure is NOT the keystone to emotional and financial stability has been used and duped.

Stop listening to the sandal wearing Sociology 101 professors.
R Perry

Homestead, PA

#56366 Mar 13, 2014
BO STINKS wrote:
To anyone who believes a solid family structure is NOT the keystone to emotional and financial stability has been used and duped.
Stop listening to the sandal wearing Sociology 101 professors.
So you agree that white marriages that end up in divorce have an impact on families also ?
Concerned Erie Native

Arlington, VA

#56367 Mar 13, 2014
R Perry wrote:
<quoted text> So you agree that white marriages that end up in divorce have an impact on families also ?
Do you ever get that feeling in the pit of your stomach that you're trying to reason with a stooge?

Just curious....

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#56368 Mar 13, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> I would say, it predominates in black society...more than any other i can think of....
It doesn't. Poverty and unemployment (along with crime and drug abuse) are located wherever educational opportunities are insufficient. They are always the most insufficient in urban areas, which is where most black people live. Skin color isn't a determining factor for success. Education is. Come to West Virginia and I will show you terrible school districts full of white people. It isn't a coincidence that poverty is rampant there as well.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#56369 Mar 13, 2014
BO STINKS wrote:
“For a lot of young boys and young men in particular, they don’t see an example of fathers or grandfathers, uncles, who are in a position to support families and be held up in respect,” Obama said.
“Too many fathers are M.I.A, too many fathers are AWOL, missing from too many lives and too many homes,” Mr. Obama said, to a chorus of approving murmurs from the audience.“They have abandoned their responsibilities, acting like boys instead of men. And the foundations of our families are weaker because of it.”
"whatever that is"
All true. Was he talking about the back community? Nope. He was talking about all communities.

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