Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52066 Aug 21, 2013
Hey tea bags, I'm here. Vote faster

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52067 Aug 21, 2013
Tea bags sure do love crying to the forum master, huh? Tea bags failed again

Since: Jun 08

Not Waynesboro or Hagerstown

#52068 Aug 21, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
And what does that have to do with natural selection?
Oh wait - NOTHING.
LOL!
Go look it up, educate yourself, so you don't look more like an ignorant person.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#52070 Aug 21, 2013
GenPatton wrote:
<quoted text>
Go look it up, educate yourself, so you don't look more like an ignorant person.
I looked.

This is what I found...

----------

REPUBLICAN IDEOLOGY = SOCIAL DARWINISM PLUS EUGENICS

REPUBLICAN ideology seems to be a combination of social darwinism and eugentics. THE government should help the rich live long and prosper. THE government should let the rich exploit the working class until they die off from hard work, exhaustion, and disease. AND the government should just let the poor die off from disease and starvation because they never will amount to anything anyway and are just a drain on the rich.



THE lack of a good education and poor health care ensures that bad genes are not allowed to rise to the upper classes of America. ONLY by having good healthy genes and years of constant struggle obtaining a good education, then an obsession with wealth are the working classes and poor allowed to rise to America's superior caste.
...
American eugenics would have been so much bizarre parlor talk had it not been for extensive financing by corporate philanthropies, specifically the Carnegie Institution, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Harriman railroad fortune. They were all in league with some of America's most respected scientists from such prestigious universities as Stanford, Yale, Harvard, and Princeton. These academicians espoused race theory and race science, and then faked and twisted data to serve eugenics' racist aims.

----------

I know you love to quote Margaret Sanger, but the fact of the matter is that eugenics is currently and has always been the domain of political conservatives.

But keep trying. LOL!

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52071 Aug 21, 2013
WOW, ahhhhhhhhhhh now that's entertainment

Since: Jun 08

Not Waynesboro or Hagerstown

#52072 Aug 21, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
I looked.
This is what I found...
----------
REPUBLICAN IDEOLOGY = SOCIAL DARWINISM PLUS EUGENICS
REPUBLICAN ideology seems to be a combination of social darwinism and eugentics. THE government should help the rich live long and prosper. THE government should let the rich exploit the working class until they die off from hard work, exhaustion, and disease. AND the government should just let the poor die off from disease and starvation because they never will amount to anything anyway and are just a drain on the rich.
THE lack of a good education and poor health care ensures that bad genes are not allowed to rise to the upper classes of America. ONLY by having good healthy genes and years of constant struggle obtaining a good education, then an obsession with wealth are the working classes and poor allowed to rise to America's superior caste.
...
American eugenics would have been so much bizarre parlor talk had it not been for extensive financing by corporate philanthropies, specifically the Carnegie Institution, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Harriman railroad fortune. They were all in league with some of America's most respected scientists from such prestigious universities as Stanford, Yale, Harvard, and Princeton. These academicians espoused race theory and race science, and then faked and twisted data to serve eugenics' racist aims.
----------
I know you love to quote Margaret Sanger, but the fact of the matter is that eugenics is currently and has always been the domain of political conservatives.
But keep trying. LOL!
Wow, your only word is baaa, since you are a sheep.

lol, you are really a piece of work.

It is the Dems who kill babies. That is a form of eugenics, Dan, and you know it.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#52073 Aug 21, 2013
GenPatton wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, your only word is baaa, since you are a sheep.
lol, you are really a piece of work.
It is the Dems who kill babies. That is a form of eugenics, Dan, and you know it.
You're obviously confused. Let my try to help:

eugenics
noun
- the study of or belief in the possibility of improving the qualities of the human species or a human population, especially by such means as discouraging reproduction by persons having genetic defects or presumed to have inheritable undesirable traits (negative eugenics) or encouraging reproduction by persons presumed to have inheritable desirable traits (positive eugenics)

Nobody is doing that in the US. There is no effort to improve the qualities of the human species through abortion. Individuals make decisions to terminate pregnancies for a multitude of personal reasons, NONE of which is about improving the species.

And you know it.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#52074 Aug 21, 2013
GenPatton wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, your only word is baaa, since you are a sheep.
lol, you are really a piece of work.
It is the Dems who kill babies. That is a form of eugenics, Dan, and you know it.
And for the record, Republicans and unregistered conservatives also have abortions. Claiming it's a Democratic thing is simply a lie.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52082 Aug 21, 2013
Does that post claim ex rep Alan West? You betcha dumb ass. Now cut and paste a racial hating tea bag piece of fanatical fiction. You good at that BHO, were waiting

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52084 Aug 21, 2013
The good old boy loving Reagan signed a amnesty bill into law, not president Obama. Its easy to see how racial hating tea bags become confused with the facts, dumb asses

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52086 Aug 21, 2013
That was yapped as good as any racial hating forum tea bag, tax that ass ignorant taxi.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52089 Aug 21, 2013
Democratic thing a lie wrote:
Aug 21, 2013, 12:08pm CDT
UPS drops health coverage for spouses, blames Obamacare
United Parcel Service, a company with a significant presence in North Texas, plans to remove thousands of spouses from its health care plan, putting part of the blame on the health law commonly referred to as Obamacare.
Dallas-Fort Worth is one of six U.S. hubs for Atlanta-based UPS.
The shipping giant has six facilities in the area and more than 10,000 employees in North Texas.
UPS officials in North Texas weren't immediately available for comment.
UPS will remove thousands of spouses from its medical plan because they are eligible for coverage elsewhere.
The move applies to non-union U.S. workers only.
and as usual you missed

http://money.cnn.com/2013/08/21/news/companie...

"In the case of UPS, the husbands and wives of employees who don't work -- or who are not offered coverage by their own employer -- will get to stay on the UPS plan.
The change will likely impact UPS's managerial and office staff."
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52090 Aug 21, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Ex-Rep. Allen West calls out Obama over Oklahoma killing
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
After President Obama waded into the Trayvon Martin shooting death and subsequent acquittal of George Zimmerman, critics of the president wonder whether he’ll also address the senseless killing of an Australian college student in Oklahoma last week.
On Twitter, former Rep. Allen B. West, Florida Republican, hinted that there may be a racial double standard at play, given the lack of outrage from Mr. Obama and civil rights leaders.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
and yet

http://frontpagemag.com/2013/frontpagemag-com...

"a statement that Col. Allen West posted in March 2012 on his Facebook page. In his statement, West criticized the local authorities for their handling of the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
"The shooter, Mr Zimmerman, should have been held in custody and certainly should not be walking free, still having a concealed weapons carry permit. From my reading, it seems this young man was pursued and there was no probable cause to engage him, certainly not pursue and shoot him….against the direction of the 911 responder."

sounds like cashiered Army officer West was injecting himself into the death of Trayvon Martin.
something he claims should not have been done.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52095 Aug 21, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
UPS to drop 15,000 spouses from insurance, cites Obamacare
Aug 21, 2013
United Parcel Service Inc. plans to remove thousands of spouses from its medical plan because they are eligible for coverage elsewhere. The Atlanta-based logistics company points to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, as a big reason for the decision, reports Kaiser Health News.
http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/morning_ca...
and what UPS said was

"In the memo, UPS said it's willing to take care of its own, but it won't bear a burden that other companies can take on.

"We believe your spouse should be covered by their own employer -- just as UPS has a responsibility to offer coverage to you, our employee," the memo states."

"Spouses of UPS employees who don't work -- or who are not offered coverage by their own employer -- will get to stay on the UPS plan."

http://money.cnn.com/2013/08/21/news/companie...
bobby6464

Portland, OR

#52100 Aug 21, 2013
they saw you coming tea bag. Your too gullible. And ignorant for your own good, BHO
GW Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#52101 Aug 21, 2013
Iraq Gas Costs 5¢ Gallon
Thanks To US Taxpayers

June,6,2004

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP)- While Americans are shelling out record prices for fuel, Iraqis pay only about 5 cents a gallon for gasoline a benefit of hundreds of millions of dollars subsidies bankrolled by American taxpayers.

Before the war, forecasters predicted that by invading Iraq and ousting Saddam Hussein, America would benefit from increased exports of oil from Iraq, which has the world's second largest petroleum reserves.

That would mean CHEAP GAS FOR AMERICAN MOTORISTS and a boost for the oil-dependent American economy. More than a year after the invasion, that logic has been flipped on its head. Now the average price for gasoline in the United States is running $2.05 a gallon 50 cents more than the pre-invasion price. Instead, THE ONLY PEOPLE GETTING CHEAP GAS as a result of the invasion ARE THE IRAQIS.

Filling a 22-gallon tank in Baghdad with low-grade fuel costs just $1.10, plus a 50-cent tip for the attendant. A tankful of high-test costs $2.75.

In Britain, by contrast, gasoline prices hit $5.79 per gallon last week $127 for a tankful.

Although Iraq is a major petroleum producer, the country has little capacity to refine its own gasoline. So the U.S. government pays about $1.50 a gallon to buy fuel in neighboring countries and deliver it to Iraqi stations. A three-month supply costs American taxpayers more than $500 million, not including the cost of military escorts to fend off attacks by Iraqi insurgents. The arrangement keeps a fleet of 4,200 tank trucks constantly on the move, ferrying fuel to Iraq.

"We thank the Americans," Baghdad taxi driver Osama Hashim said. "They risked their lives to liberate us and now they are improving our lives," said Hashim, 26, topping up the tank on his beat-up 1983 Volkswagen.

Iraq's fuel subsidies, which are intended to mollify drivers used to low-priced fuel under Saddam, have coupled with the opening of the borders to create an anarchic car culture in Baghdad. Cheap used cars shipped from Europe and Asia are flooding into Iraq. A 10-year-old BMW in good condition costs just $5,000. Since gas is so cheap, anyone with a car can become a taxi driver. Drivers jam the streets, offering rides for as little as 250 dinars about 17 cents.

Analysts say the U.S. gas subsidies can't last forever and Iraqis may be in for an unpleasant shock when they end. In the meantime, however, THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER CONTINUES TO FOOT A HUGE BILL.

"The U.S. taxpayer has a right to be indignant, and Iraqis have to be warned about the long-run damages of this," said Anthony Cordesman, an Iraq analyst with the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. "The minute the aid goes out, the party is over. And there's going to be A HELL OF A HANGOVER."

The U.S. government paid even more last year for Iraqis' gasoline between $1.59 and $1.70 a gallon when the imports were contracted to Halliburton, the Texas oil services giant formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney. The cheap fuel is spurring unsustainable demand, promoting wasteful use of energy and transportation, and squandering Iraq's oil output that might otherwise be exported, Cordesman said.

"You're leading people to buy cars that aren't affordable at normal costs," he said. "You need to move toward real market prices as quickly as you can without causing instability."

Iraqi drivers protest that the price difference between a gallon of gas in the United States and Iraq is fair, because the average Iraqi earns Baghdad.
around $1,000 a year, a thirtieth of the average U.S. wage.

"If the price of gas goes up, we'll see lots of anger in the street," said cab driver Hashim, at a grimy filling station on Saadoun Street in central
Baghdad.


© Copyright 2004 Associated Press

http://rense.com/general53/tedx.htm
GW Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#52102 Aug 21, 2013
Iraq Gas Costs 5¢ Gallon
Thanks To US Taxpayers
6-6-4

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP)- While Americans are shelling out record prices for fuel, Iraqis pay only about 5 cents a gallon for gasoline a benefit of hundreds of millions of dollars subsidies bankrolled by American taxpayers.

Before the war, forecasters predicted that by invading Iraq and ousting Saddam Hussein, America would benefit from increased exports of oil from Iraq, which has the world's second largest petroleum reserves.

That would mean CHEAP GAS FOR AMERICAN MOTORISTS and a boost for the oil-dependent American economy. More than a year after the invasion, that logic has been flipped on its head. Now the average price for gasoline in the United States is running $2.05 a gallon 50 cents more than the pre-invasion price. Instead, THE ONLY PEOPLE GETTING CHEAP GAS as a result of the invasion ARE THE IRAQIS.

Filling a 22-gallon tank in Baghdad with low-grade fuel costs just $1.10, plus a 50-cent tip for the attendant. A tankful of high-test costs $2.75.

In Britain, by contrast, gasoline prices hit $5.79 per gallon last week $127 for a tankful.

Although Iraq is a major petroleum producer, the country has little capacity to refine its own gasoline. So the U.S. government pays about $1.50 a gallon to buy fuel in neighboring countries and deliver it to Iraqi stations. A three-month supply costs American taxpayers more than $500 million, not including the cost of military escorts to fend off attacks by Iraqi insurgents. The arrangement keeps a fleet of 4,200 tank trucks constantly on the move, ferrying fuel to Iraq.

"We thank the Americans," Baghdad taxi driver Osama Hashim said. "They risked their lives to liberate us and now they are improving our lives," said Hashim, 26, topping up the tank on his beat-up 1983 Volkswagen.

Iraq's fuel subsidies, which are intended to mollify drivers used to low-priced fuel under Saddam, have coupled with the opening of the borders to create an anarchic car culture in Baghdad. Cheap used cars shipped from Europe and Asia are flooding into Iraq. A 10-year-old BMW in good condition costs just $5,000. Since gas is so cheap, anyone with a car can become a taxi driver. Drivers jam the streets, offering rides for as little as 250 dinars about 17 cents.

Analysts say the U.S. gas subsidies can't last forever and Iraqis may be in for an unpleasant shock when they end. In the meantime, however, THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER CONTINUES TO FOOT A HUGE BILL.

"The U.S. taxpayer has a right to be indignant, and Iraqis have to be warned about the long-run damages of this," said Anthony Cordesman, an Iraq analyst with the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. "The minute the aid goes out, the party is over. And there's going to be A HELL OF A HANGOVER."

The U.S. government paid even more last year for Iraqis' gasoline between $1.59 and $1.70 a gallon when the imports were contracted to Halliburton, the Texas oil services giant formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney. The cheap fuel is spurring unsustainable demand, promoting wasteful use of energy and transportation, and squandering Iraq's oil output that might otherwise be exported, Cordesman said.

"You're leading people to buy cars that aren't affordable at normal costs," he said. "You need to move toward real market prices as quickly as you can without causing instability."

Iraqi drivers protest that the price difference between a gallon of gas in the United States and Iraq is fair, because the average Iraqi earns around $1,000 a year, a thirtieth of the average U.S. wage.

"If the price of gas goes up, we'll see lots of anger in the street," said cab driver Hashim, at a grimy filling station on Saadoun Street in central Baghdad.

© Copyright 2004 Associated Press

http://rense.com/general53/tedx.htm
Condi R

West Mifflin, PA

#52103 Aug 21, 2013
Iraq Gas Costs 5¢ Gallon
Thanks To US Taxpayers
6-6-4

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP)- While Americans are shelling out record prices for fuel, Iraqis pay only about 5 cents a gallon for gasoline a benefit of hundreds of millions of dollars subsidies bankrolled by American taxpayers.

Before the war, forecasters predicted that by invading Iraq and ousting Saddam Hussein, America would benefit from increased exports of oil from Iraq, which has the world's second largest petroleum reserves.

That would mean CHEAP GAS FOR AMERICAN MOTORISTS and a boost for the oil-dependent American economy. More than a year after the invasion, that logic has been flipped on its head. Now the average price for gasoline in the United States is running $2.05 a gallon 50 cents more than the pre-invasion price. Instead, THE ONLY PEOPLE GETTING CHEAP GAS as a result of the invasion ARE THE IRAQIS.

Filling a 22-gallon tank in Baghdad with low-grade fuel costs just $1.10, plus a 50-cent tip for the attendant. A tankful of high-test costs $2.75.

In Britain, by contrast, gasoline prices hit $5.79 per gallon last week $127 for a tankful.

Although Iraq is a major petroleum producer, the country has little capacity to refine its own gasoline. So the U.S. government pays about $1.50 a gallon to buy fuel in neighboring countries and deliver it to Iraqi stations. A three-month supply costs American taxpayers more than $500 million, not including the cost of military escorts to fend off attacks by Iraqi insurgents. The arrangement keeps a fleet of 4,200 tank trucks constantly on the move, ferrying fuel to Iraq.

"We thank the Americans," Baghdad taxi driver Osama Hashim said. "They risked their lives to liberate us and now they are improving our lives," said Hashim, 26, topping up the tank on his beat-up 1983 Volkswagen.

Iraq's fuel subsidies, which are intended to mollify drivers used to low-priced fuel under Saddam, have coupled with the opening of the borders to create an anarchic car culture in Baghdad. Cheap used cars shipped from Europe and Asia are flooding into Iraq. A 10-year-old BMW in good condition costs just $5,000. Since gas is so cheap, anyone with a car can become a taxi driver. Drivers jam the streets, offering rides for as little as 250 dinars about 17 cents.

Analysts say the U.S. gas subsidies can't last forever and Iraqis may be in for an unpleasant shock when they end. In the meantime, however, THE AMERICAN TAXPAYER CONTINUES TO FOOT A HUGE BILL.

"The U.S. taxpayer has a right to be indignant, and Iraqis have to be warned about the long-run damages of this," said Anthony Cordesman, an Iraq analyst with the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. "The minute the aid goes out, the party is over. And there's going to be A HELL OF A HANGOVER."

The U.S. government paid even more last year for Iraqis' gasoline between $1.59 and $1.70 a gallon when the imports were contracted to Halliburton, the Texas oil services giant formerly headed by Vice President Dick Cheney. The cheap fuel is spurring unsustainable demand, promoting wasteful use of energy and transportation, and squandering Iraq's oil output that might otherwise be exported, Cordesman said.

"You're leading people to buy cars that aren't affordable at normal costs," he said. "You need to move toward real market prices as quickly as you can without causing instability."

Iraqi drivers protest that the price difference between a gallon of gas in the United States and Iraq is fair, because the average Iraqi earns around $1,000 a year, a thirtieth of the average U.S. wage.

"If the price of gas goes up, we'll see lots of anger in the street," said cab driver Hashim, at a grimy filling station on Saadoun Street in central Baghdad.

Copyright 2004 Associated Press

http://rense.com/general53/tedx.htm
corbett fan

Los Angeles, CA

#52107 Aug 22, 2013
Gov 4 life!
AZbound

Brooklyn, NY

#52110 Aug 22, 2013
Whomever is against immigration reform.

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