OMTE

Enigma, GA

#3881 Feb 24, 2013
HAHA. I said I was sorry. HAHA. If you think that was vile and abusive then you're really sheltered and you ain't seen nutthin yet. HAHA. I don't think you're paranoid now; I think you're lonely. Awww... Hey go to www.worldhunger.org this is what I'm worried about. While you and your republicans are worried about the price of gold or silver or world domination. Most of the people going hungry live in developed countries, because you want it all. If the rich are not willing to do what's right on their own. They should be made to. Plain and simple. Constitution or no Constitution. The world is changing and you nuts better catch up. Hunger can be linked every problem we have worldwide. If something isn't done about birth control to control hunger we are doomed.
soros

Covington, GA

#3882 Feb 24, 2013
I recently read an article saying Warren Buffet donates million & millions to United Way. As do other billonaires. Interesting. Buffett is dumping billions worth of stocks predicting economic collapse.

It is about "Save the Planet", overpopulation depletes the precious natural resources. The scales are now tipped- and they're not in favor of Mother Nature. As all we need to do, is look around and see signs of decay & decline. Just look at Detroit and other large cities as they become ghost towns. Sometimes I often wonder if the ultimate plan is population thinning. Soft kill, no cures forthcoming for disease, death panels, genocide, legal abortions, horrific human rights violations around the globe are reasons to believe it's all part of a larger plan.

I also recently read about the Georgia Granite stones, located in North Georgia. The commandments of the New World are chisled in most languages from around the world. They have been mentioned and recognized by famous people in song and poetry.

While I try not live in fear, I am fully aware, our world will never will be the world we older folks were born into. We must accept it and be prepared for what tomorrow brings.
jeb stuart

Baxley, GA

#3883 Feb 24, 2013
OMTE wrote:
HAHA. I said I was sorry. HAHA. If you think that was vile and abusive then you're really sheltered and you ain't seen nutthin yet. HAHA. I don't think you're paranoid now; I think you're lonely. Awww... Hey go to www.worldhunger.org this is what I'm worried about. While you and your republicans are worried about the price of gold or silver or world domination. Most of the people going hungry live in developed countries, because you want it all. If the rich are not willing to do what's right on their own. They should be made to. Plain and simple. Constitution or no Constitution. The world is changing and you nuts better catch up. Hunger can be linked every problem we have worldwide. If something isn't done about birth control to control hunger we are doomed.
that is impressive,too.
Ka Boom

Blairsville, GA

#3884 Feb 24, 2013
soros wrote:
I recently read an article saying Warren Buffet donates million & millions to United Way. As do other billonaires. Interesting. Buffett is dumping billions worth of stocks predicting economic collapse.
It is about "Save the Planet", overpopulation depletes the precious natural resources. The scales are now tipped- and they're not in favor of Mother Nature. As all we need to do, is look around and see signs of decay & decline. Just look at Detroit and other large cities as they become ghost towns. Sometimes I often wonder if the ultimate plan is population thinning. Soft kill, no cures forthcoming for disease, death panels, genocide, legal abortions, horrific human rights violations around the globe are reasons to believe it's all part of a larger plan.
I also recently read about the Georgia Granite stones, located in North Georgia. The commandments of the New World are chisled in most languages from around the world. They have been mentioned and recognized by famous people in song and poetry.
While I try not live in fear, I am fully aware, our world will never will be the world we older folks were born into. We must accept it and be prepared for what tomorrow brings.
More Kool-Aid drinkers... Rev. Jim Jones would be oh so proud of you.

The reason Detroit is in such decline is that our U.S. corporations sent all those jobs to Mexico and overseas so they could squeeze more and more profit out of their products. Now they're facing the reality that the basic person is America is becoming too poor to buy their cars and products. Great move.

Go ahead and do us a favor if you're so worried about world overpopulation... take one of those many firearms you have hidden away and do yourself in. The world won't miss you.
jeb stuart

Baxley, GA

#3886 Feb 24, 2013
OMTE wrote:
HAHA. I said I was sorry. HAHA. If you think that was vile and abusive then you're really sheltered and you ain't seen nutthin yet. HAHA. I don't think you're paranoid now; I think you're lonely. Awww... Hey go to www.worldhunger.org this is what I'm worried about. While you and your republicans are worried about the price of gold or silver or world domination. Most of the people going hungry live in developed countries, because you want it all. If the rich are not willing to do what's right on their own. They should be made to. Plain and simple. Constitution or no Constitution. The world is changing and you nuts better catch up. Hunger can be linked every problem we have worldwide. If something isn't done about birth control to control hunger we are doomed.
...but after some further thought,it is hard for me to see how hunger can be linked to every worldwide problem.here in the U.S.,for example,i think a strong arguement could be made that the exact oppisite is true.obesity seems to be much more of a problem,especially among our younger folks.
soros

Covington, GA

#3887 Feb 24, 2013
I have many reasons to live. I love life, it's been a dream. You don't read people well. You are very uniformed and uneducated. I'm surely hoping you get that minimum wage increase you'll need to fill that clunker up with gas. But, after gas & groceries, since you won't have any change, good luck with landing a second minimum wage job. Why be in attack mode? Speak your mind, we listen to the dull & ignorant, too.
soros

Covington, GA

#3888 Feb 24, 2013
I post under Soros, I could care less how much time you have or don't have researching my name. You will never insult me by any claim you make concerning my name. Let's be clear on that. It's my name I don't waste time wondering how many others there are out there. So why should you? But, whatever makes ya tractor crank...get my drift. I certainly hope so.
OMTE

Enigma, GA

#3889 Feb 24, 2013
I don't have time to talk to you right now, but I'll be back BUDDY. Did you catch that undertone? If not, I'll explain to you; when I return. I don't think you know what party you belong to. You're probally Atheist as well. Oops. There I go again with my assuming. I forgot how dangerous that is. Please forgive my ignorance sir you know I's jus a po ol famhand.
Informed Opinion

United States

#3890 Feb 24, 2013
Ka Boom wrote:
<quoted text>More Kool-Aid drinkers... Rev. Jim Jones would be oh so proud of you.

The reason Detroit is in such decline is that our U.S. corporations sent all those jobs to Mexico and overseas so they could squeeze more and more profit out of their products. Now they're facing the reality that the basic person is America is becoming too poor to buy their cars and products. Great move.

Go ahead and do us a favor if you're so worried about world overpopulation... take one of those many firearms you have hidden away and do yourself in. The world won't miss you.
You must be an anarchist.

Maximizing and privatizing profits by socializing expenses is a tried and true business model.

Just paid $4.00 a gallon for gasoline and happy to do it.

.... by Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, Rebecca Leber

General economic theory holds that companies will produce more of a good if its price is higher, or if it receives subsidies.

Funny that these rules didn’t seem to apply to Big Oil in 2011, when the highest oil price since 1864 yielded lower oil production than in 2010.

But these five oil companies combined made a record-high $137 billion in profits in 2011—up 75 percent from 2010—and have made more than $1 trillion in profits from 2001 through 2011.[1] This exceeds the previous record of $136 billion in profits in 2008.

Here are some more highlights from the big five’s activities in 2011:

They produced 4 percent less oil and “oil equivalent” in 2011 compared to 2010.

They spent a total of $38 billion, or 28 percent, of their profits to repurchase their own stock.

They are sitting on more than $58 billion in cash reserves as of the end of 2011.

They spent $1.6 million on campaign contributions and $65.7 million on lobbying efforts.

For every $1 spent on lobbying in Washington, the big five received $30 worth of tax breaks.

See - the "Free Market" is working fine.

Oil Company profits exploded, thousands of new oil companies were created to compete for these profits, and the competition drove the price of gas down lower than ever.

Wait ... Guess not.

Maybe those folks who say the "Free Market" is a figment of P.R. Firms imaginations are right.
soros

Covington, GA

#3891 Feb 24, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>...but after some further thought,it is hard for me to see how hunger can be linked to every worldwide problem.here in the U.S.,for example,i think a strong arguement could be made that the exact oppisite is true.obesity seems to be much more of a problem,especially among our younger folks.
Childhood obesity leads to diabetes, arthritis, etc, which leads to adult obesity which leads to more and more chronic health problems. It's about creating a lazy, dependent society who does nothing but walk to the mailbox for their government check. Then hit the boob tube or smartphone, or video games. The government prefers a weak, disabled society. Less chance of a successful rising against them.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#3892 Feb 24, 2013
@OMTE

If you are going to reference a website to support your positions you might want to look at it more closely. Most of those considered to be undernourished are in DEVELOPING countries, not "developed countries."

"if the rich are not willing to do what's right on their own. They should be made to. Plain and simple. Constitution or no Constitution."
And who is going to determine "what's right" - someone like you, Heaven help us all.

"Constitution or no Constitution" - and once you start dismantling the protections that have made this country free and great, where does it end? But that is one of the biggest problems with the Left anyway, somehow they feel qualified to tell everyone else how to live. They sit up in their ivory towers with no knowledge of the real world and what keeps the economy healthy for the benefit of all and think that they know best and so they attempt to regulate and micromanage things they know nothing about and in the process destroy the engine that can allow people to improve their lives through their own initiative and hard work.
jeb stuart

Baxley, GA

#3894 Feb 24, 2013
soros wrote:
<quoted text> Childhood obesity leads to diabetes, arthritis, etc, which leads to adult obesity which leads to more and more chronic health problems. It's about creating a lazy, dependent society who does nothing but walk to the mailbox for their government check. Then hit the boob tube or smartphone, or video games. The government prefers a weak, disabled society. Less chance of a successful rising against them.
see there now,we do agree on some things!
jeb stuart

Baxley, GA

#3895 Feb 24, 2013
FYI,ka boom spelled backwards is "moob ak".dyslexia(and manic depression) have some benefits.
OMTE

Enigma, GA

#3897 Feb 24, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
@OMTE
If you are going to reference a website to support your positions you might want to look at it more closely. Most of those considered to be undernourished are in DEVELOPING countries, not "developed countries."
"if the rich are not willing to do what's right on their own. They should be made to. Plain and simple. Constitution or no Constitution."
And who is going to determine "what's right" - someone like you, Heaven help us all.
"Constitution or no Constitution" - and once you start dismantling the protections that have made this country free and great, where does it end? But that is one of the biggest problems with the Left anyway, somehow they feel qualified to tell everyone else how to live. They sit up in their ivory towers with no knowledge of the real world and what keeps the economy healthy for the benefit of all and think that they know best and so they attempt to regulate and micromanage things they know nothing about and in the process destroy the engine that can allow people to improve their lives through their own initiative and hard work.
You sit down here with your backwards knowledge that you know more than the people that's elected to lead us. I try to keep an Open Mind To Everything and only state my opinions. You talk about things like you know them to be fact. Sometimes I try and point out facts that is obvious for any open minded person to see, but most of you are to busy trying to protect your pot of gold with your head up your ass to see anything other than what you've been taught. The Constitution was written in time when there was enough opportunity for everyone with the idea that everyone would get a fair chance. Them days are over. There is not enough opportunities out there for everyone and everyone doesn't get a fair chance in life as some do. What does it say about our country if one person starves to death while there are a few with unlimited masses of wealth. I think our president should make these decisions to change or ammend this old a$$ document, but he probaly won't, because he's a pu$$ like most of you are.
OMTE

Enigma, GA

#3898 Feb 24, 2013
The White Raven wrote:
soros
Lithonia, GA
> You are very uniformed and uneducated.
> I post under Soros, I could care less how much time you have or don't have researching my name.
> I don't waste time wondering how many others there are out there. So why should you? But, whatever makes ya tractor crank...get my drift. I certainly hope so.
----------
> I'm glad that I DON'T need YOUR opinion to 'VALIDATE' me.
> I'm glad that you don't care. I don't care either. We do agree on something - after all.
> I'm sure we're all very interested and concerned about the activities that you don't do, so as to not waste your time.
_________
OMTE
Pasadena, CA
Lithonia, GA
Mableton, Ga
Fitzgerald, GA
Brunswick, GA
I don't have time to talk to you right now, but I'll be back BUDDY. Did you catch that undertone? If not, I'll explain to you; when I return. I don't think you know what party you belong to. You're probally Atheist as well. Oops. There I go again with my assuming. I forgot how dangerous that is. Please forgive my ignorance sir you know I's jus a po ol famhand.
__________
We know what you are or 'IT' is. You're not my 'BUDDY'- there buddy. Like I have pointed out before, I never a$$ume anybody is who they ~claim to be. You have no need to 'explain' anything to me, like you ever actually could. But yes, there you go again... However, most people assume, with you it's the case that you a$$-ume. Ignorance isn't such a problem and can often be corrected; stupidity, on the other hand, is quite different and there is no help for that condition. As time passes you're making it more and more clear to everyone what your problem really is.
I will look forward to your return, and at that time I will AGAIN re-post your TOPIX comments of 2-22-13. And if it is how you say, that we ain't seen nothing yet... Then we have a lot to look forward to - right?
Good that your commwents, apparently, are acceptable and are not a problem at TOPIX, so we can all speak freely, no doubt..., going forward.
Your absurd guesses, and a$$-umptions, about my religion and party affiliation are just you proving again how clueless you are.
You a f*ckin wack job. You're probally a mexican fa**ot. Add that to my list of topix crimes. Reject.
OMTE

Enigma, GA

#3899 Feb 24, 2013
The republican party should be renamed to the aristocrat party at least then they wouldn't be hypocrites.
jeb stuart

Baxley, GA

#3900 Feb 24, 2013
just a few general thoughts,questions and comments abouut some recent posts.first,how did silver/gold investment get to be a political issue,much less one that favors(or is favored by republicans).next,someone(i forget who)posted that if an economic collapse(like 1929)were to occur again,then the U.S.gov 't would just confiscate all the gold and silver again.this is so ridiculous that i hardly know how to try to explain just how difficult this would be.but first, back then gold and silver were both common currency.there were $20 double eagles,$10 eagles,silver dollars,etc.today things are very different.in 1986,the U.S. mint started producing gold & silver coinage again,but it is now called bullion.although it is legal tender(that is because of some gov't regulations about the U.S.mint).a couple of examples,a one ounce gold double eagle has a 'face value' of $50 (while the 'spot price' of gold is @1700/oz.)needless to say,it would take a complete fool to use todays' gold/silver bullion as currency.i guess my main point is this.it would be nearly impossibe for the gov't to 'collect or confiscate' the gold and silver owned by people today.i would summit that collecting all the guns would be 'childs play'-by comparison,since at least there is some registrations/licensing processes about that.sorry about the rant.
driving me nuts

Uvalda, GA

#3901 Feb 24, 2013
OMTE wrote:
The republican party should be renamed to the aristocrat party at least then they wouldn't be hypocrites.
I took time away from this to see if any comments would change as in rise to a higher plain. They haven't. I have decided you don't believe any or much of what you post and are posting crap just to upset the few people who are still on this thing. Having said that...
"Beam up Scottie, there's no signs of intellegent life.." or words to that effect!

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#3902 Feb 24, 2013
I was initially opposed to the sequestration simply because it was one more example of the Republican leadership caving when they actually had a position of strength. Having mandatory defense cuts looked like a win/win for the Democrats. However, after all the hysterics of the past week with Obama parading out his "usual suspects" in terms of who would be hurt and his ridiculous laundry list of programs and people facing dire circumstances if the sequestration went through, I decided to do a little research.(Should have done it in the first place.) What a joke! Once again, everyone is playing the Washington game of "if you don't increase spending as much as you said you would, it's a cut." Only in Washington could you say "we spent $100 billion last year, we were going to spend $110 billion this year, but now we are only going to spend $108 billion. Oh, woe is us, our budget has been cut by $2 billion." Excuse me, you are still spending $8 billion more than last year - nowhere in the land of logic is that a cut. Example, Leon Panetta claims that that DoD will face a 20% cut over ten years if sequestration goes through. LIE. With sequestration, defense increases 18% instead of 20% over those ten years- oh, the sky is falling. And the same is true of the all the other areas supposedly impacted by the sequestration. They are facing no cuts at all, only decreases in the rate of increase.

Our only hope:
1. Term limits.
2. End Baseline budgeting
3. Balanced budget amendment

Please can we get a little sanity in Washington.
good grief

Uvalda, GA

#3903 Feb 24, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
I was initially opposed to the sequestration simply because it was one more example of the Republican leadership caving when they actually had a position of strength. Having mandatory defense cuts looked like a win/win for the Democrats. However, after all the hysterics of the past week with Obama parading out his "usual suspects" in terms of who would be hurt and his ridiculous laundry list of programs and people facing dire circumstances if the sequestration went through, I decided to do a little research.(Should have done it in the first place.) What a joke! Once again, everyone is playing the Washington game of "if you don't increase spending as much as you said you would, it's a cut." Only in Washington could you say "we spent $100 billion last year, we were going to spend $110 billion this year, but now we are only going to spend $108 billion. Oh, woe is us, our budget has been cut by $2 billion." Excuse me, you are still spending $8 billion more than last year - nowhere in the land of logic is that a cut. Example, Leon Panetta claims that that DoD will face a 20% cut over ten years if sequestration goes through. LIE. With sequestration, defense increases 18% instead of 20% over those ten years- oh, the sky is falling. And the same is true of the all the other areas supposedly impacted by the sequestration. They are facing no cuts at all, only decreases in the rate of increase.
Our only hope:
1. Term limits.
2. End Baseline budgeting
3. Balanced budget amendment
Please can we get a little sanity in Washington.
Great post. Too bad those folks in DC could care less!

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