Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#9599 May 8, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Will you ever learn? A yearly budget deficit is not the same as long term deficits.
Bush left a long term deficit of $1.4, Obama has increased the long term deficit number to something like $4 trillion in only 4 years as opposed to 8 for Bush.
Dam Liberaces dont know diddly.

correction to my numbers.

Bush added $2.39 trillion to long term debt he inherited of $3.41 trillion for a total long term debt of $5.8 trillion as of Dec 2008. If inter-govermental debt is included the debt is around $10.8 trillion.(inter-governmental debt includes robbing from S.S. to pay for other government operations.)

Another $1.2 trillion can be attributed to Bush for the 2009 budget while Obama was in office for year 2009 for a total of $3.59 trillion for Bush during his 8 years in office.

Obama has added appox $6 trillion to the long term debt is just 4 years.

While being forced to reduce spending by the sequester, Obama continues to charge ahead with higher budgets submitted to Congress and overall government spending increases beyond what revenues are collected.



Obama has added another
OMTE

Cairo, GA

#9600 May 8, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
So refute a few of them, why don't you?
To even try to refute the rant of a moron is somewhat giving his statement some form of validity and by doing so would suggest that I believed that some of it were true. Some times it better to ignore complete stupidity. Unless, you call it for what it is. Stupid. I say keep it coming. Ya'll are turning people away from your way of thinking by the day. The ones ya'll are recruiting. Well. You can have them dummies. I think you'd be pretty cool Aggie if you weren't filled with hate and you'd grow a sense of humour.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#9601 May 8, 2013
Scott wrote:
<quoted text>
"You believe that there is no difference in men and women"
Bored, I feel I must defend the Liberals on this one. Have you seen Janet Reno, Hillary Clinton, Rachael Maddow, Patty Murray, just to name a few? C'mon, give'em a break.

You do make a good point. You forgot Pelosi, like fright night on Halloween.



OMTE

Cairo, GA

#9602 May 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
You're being a little paranoid, don't you think?
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-YlcLOl0Bm3c/T5S1EUg...
This has got be my favorite link bar-none. The dude looks like Peter off of Family Guy. It's how I picture "bored" to look like. You should save this in your favs. It's hilarious. Where do you come up with sh*t like this.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#9603 May 8, 2013
danger zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Mark Sanford.
You like those words better?
You mean to say that you're NOT EMBARRASSED that Republican voters could be so stupid as to let this man have a significant role in the affairs of the American people?

From June 18 until June 24, 2009, the whereabouts of Sanford were unknown to the public, as well as to his wife and the State Law Enforcement Division, which provides security for him, garnering nationwide news coverage. The absence of Governor Sanford was first reported by Jim Davenport of the Associated Press.

Lieutenant Governor André Bauer announced that he could not "take lightly that his staff has not had communication with him for more than four days, and that no one, including his own family, knows his whereabouts."

Before his disappearance, Sanford told his staff that he would be hiking on the Appalachian Trail and while he was gone he did not answer 15 cell phone calls from his chief of staff Scott English; he also failed to call his family on Father's Day.

He hasn't exactly exhibited good judgement. Yet now he gets to vote on nuclear policy and foreign affairs and health care and taxes?

FURTHER PROOF REPUBLICANS ARE IRRESPONSIBLE and DANGEROUS VOTERS.

In its April 2010 report watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington named Sanford one of eleven worst governors in the United States because of various ethics issues throughout Sanford's term as governor and his time in Congress.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#9604 May 8, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
I've got to wonder if you even know what the actual Budget Process entails...
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/federalbudgetpr...
The President Submits a Budget Proposal to Congress
Following the procedure required by the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, the President presents a budget proposal for the coming Fiscal Year to Congress on or before the first Monday in February.
Based on the input of the federal agencies, the president's budget proposal projects estimated spending, revenue, and borrowing levels broken down by functional categories for the coming fiscal year to start October 1.
The president's budget proposal serves as a "starting point" for the Congress to consider. Congress is under no obligation to adopt all or any of the President's budget and often makes significant changes. However, since the President must ultimately approve all future bills they propose, Congress is often reluctant to completely ignore the priorities of the President's budget.
House and Senate Budget Committees Report the Budget Resolution
The Congressional Budget Act requires passage of an annual "Congressional Budget Resolution", a concurrent resolution passed in identical form by both House and Senate, but not requiring the President's signature....
No need for you to wonder. I have to wonder why you think it's okay for the president not to be effective enough to get a budget passed. Wonder if you would be so defensive if that were a conservative not getting that accomplished. Oh, that's right. No need to wonder.
OMTE

Cairo, GA

#9605 May 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean to say that you're NOT EMBARRASSED that Republican voters could be so stupid as to let this man have a significant role in the affairs of the American people?
From June 18 until June 24, 2009, the whereabouts of Sanford were unknown to the public, as well as to his wife and the State Law Enforcement Division, which provides security for him, garnering nationwide news coverage. The absence of Governor Sanford was first reported by Jim Davenport of the Associated Press.
Lieutenant Governor André Bauer announced that he could not "take lightly that his staff has not had communication with him for more than four days, and that no one, including his own family, knows his whereabouts."
Before his disappearance, Sanford told his staff that he would be hiking on the Appalachian Trail and while he was gone he did not answer 15 cell phone calls from his chief of staff Scott English; he also failed to call his family on Father's Day.
He hasn't exactly exhibited good judgement. Yet now he gets to vote on nuclear policy and foreign affairs and health care and taxes?
FURTHER PROOF REPUBLICANS ARE IRRESPONSIBLE and DANGEROUS VOTERS.
In its April 2010 report watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington named Sanford one of eleven worst governors in the United States because of various ethics issues throughout Sanford's term as governor and his time in Congress.
He isn't embarrassed at all. That what's so funny. He's to stupid to be embarrassed. He still thinks he's winning. LOL. Ignorance really is bliss. I wonder how Aggie feels about Republican/Conservative Mark Sanford.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#9606 May 8, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>To even try to refute the rant of a moron is somewhat giving his statement some form of validity and by doing so would suggest that I believed that some of it were true. Some times it better to ignore complete stupidity. Unless, you call it for what it is. Stupid. I say keep it coming. Ya'll are turning people away from your way of thinking by the day. The ones ya'll are recruiting. Well. You can have them dummies. I think you'd be pretty cool Aggie if you weren't filled with hate and you'd grow a sense of humour.

When a sorry repub like Mark Sanford can beat a liberace with backing from big money liberaces from out of State, I 'd say the democraps are pretty worried about 2014 and 2016.
danger zone

Snellville, GA

#9607 May 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean to say that you're NOT EMBARRASSED that Republican voters could be so stupid as to let this man have a significant role in the affairs of the American people?
From June 18 until June 24, 2009, the whereabouts of Sanford were unknown to the public, as well as to his wife and the State Law Enforcement Division, which provides security for him, garnering nationwide news coverage. The absence of Governor Sanford was first reported by Jim Davenport of the Associated Press.
Lieutenant Governor André Bauer announced that he could not "take lightly that his staff has not had communication with him for more than four days, and that no one, including his own family, knows his whereabouts."
Before his disappearance, Sanford told his staff that he would be hiking on the Appalachian Trail and while he was gone he did not answer 15 cell phone calls from his chief of staff Scott English; he also failed to call his family on Father's Day.
He hasn't exactly exhibited good judgement. Yet now he gets to vote on nuclear policy and foreign affairs and health care and taxes?
FURTHER PROOF REPUBLICANS ARE IRRESPONSIBLE and DANGEROUS VOTERS.
In its April 2010 report watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington named Sanford one of eleven worst governors in the United States because of various ethics issues throughout Sanford's term as governor and his time in Congress.
He made the democratic party look worse than himself.
It worked very well in his favor.
Democrats should be EMBARASSED.
Can't spin this, non matter how many times you try.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#9608 May 8, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>To even try to refute the rant of a moron is somewhat giving his statement some form of validity and by doing so would suggest that I believed that some of it were true. Some times it better to ignore complete stupidity. Unless, you call it for what it is. Stupid. I say keep it coming.

Keep it coming you say? ok, just for you.

You want what you feel "you deserve", instead of what you earn.

You believe it is OK to be dishonest, if personal gain is at stake.

You can exaggerate the facts and make up fiction to prove your point.

You spew out your rhetoric, but have nothing to back it up.

You believe that "truth" is irrelevant.

You believe that feelings and intentions are important when implementing social policy.

You believe the Corporations are evil, but Communism and dictatorships are "noble".

You believe the UN is an efficient governmental body.

You like to say that you fight discrimination and then you turn around and give "perks" simply based on race.

You believe the Kennedy Family was a "respectable family" but refer to George Bush as "Hitler".
OMTE

Cairo, GA

#9609 May 8, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
When a sorry repub like Mark Sanford can beat a liberace with backing from big money liberaces from out of State, I 'd say the democraps are pretty worried about 2014 and 2016.
Nobody pays any attention to the south. Duh. I don't think anybody will even remember come 2014 and 2016. If anything republicans probaly hope people forget that he is even part of the republican/conservative party. I really think he's a lib in wolfs clothing.
danger zone

Snellville, GA

#9610 May 8, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
When a sorry repub like Mark Sanford can beat a liberace with backing from big money liberaces from out of State, I 'd say the democraps are pretty worried about 2014 and 2016.
You are way, way smarter than the Liberaces, my friend.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#9611 May 8, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Hold onto your hat.
"Peter Ferrara pens a fantastic Op-Ed in Forbes this morning. He documents the myriad inaccuracies claimed by the Obama Administration regarding his new budget, the staggering amount of spending contained therein, and the additional taxes to be levied. He also does some cost comparison to Ryan’s budget and dispels the myth of the tax cut vs tax credit,(a point I have made many, many times as a CPA), and discusses the problems with Obama’s treatment of entitlement reform.
Some of the highlights include:
No reduction in spending, even net reduction from expected increase in spending.
Cancels sequestration,“Obama’s budget proposes to spend $46.5 trillion overall over the next 10 years, even more than the Senate Democrat budget, the highest government spending in world history.
“Obama’s budget also proposes $1.1 trillion in additional tax increases, on top of the $1 trillion in tax increases already going into effect this year under Obamacare, and the $600 billion in tax increases from the expiration of the Bush tax cuts for them in January”
Raises taxes on the middle class, The “Buffett Rule” doubles the top capital gains tax rate from when Obama entered office — making it the 4th highest rate on the globe.
Explains the difference between tax credits and tax cuts — and how most of Obama’s so-called “cuts” are credits, which is government spending run through the tax code.
“His own budget admits that after 10 years, the deficit would still be $439 billion, still about the highest in history before President Obama. Congressman Paul Ryan’s House Republican budget, in sharp contrast, would balance the federal budget within 10 years, with no tax increases, as scored by CBO”.
“President Obama’s budget claims to reduce federal deficits by $1.8 trillion over the next 10 years. But that only results from calculating the effect on deficits from an “adjusted baseline” used by the Obama budget, and not the CBO baseline”.
“Obama’s budget assumes a suddenly booming economy to result from these policies, with real GDP growth in 2016, the end of his second term, at 3.6%, more than four times the average of his first term”
He assumes that there will not be another recession within the next 10 years.
Obama's budget will ”only reduce Social Security spending increases by one-fourth of one percent. Even with Obama’s “reform,” his own budget projects Social Security spending to soar over the next decade by 85%, from $768 billion last year to $1.427 trillion in 2023.
So what is the point of the President issuing a budget proposal now?
The point is to simply posture for all those low information, Twitter voters in the 2014 elections, who will hear only from all the Democrat Party propagandists at the New York Times, the Washington Post, and MSNBC and brethren. They will hear only about President Obama’s “spending cuts,” his grand, compromising, entitlement reforms, and how he is fighting for the middle class, with declining median incomes throughout his Administration, for the poor, with record, soaring poverty, and for “equality,” even as inequality has actually risen throughout his Administration. Is this generation of Americans in the process of proving America’s more than 200 year experiment with democracy a failure”
The loonie lib lunatics won't respond. They have a very obvious pattern. They have been asked legitimate questions(ignored) and provided with legititmate links(ignored or links not "good' enough). They are, BY GOSH, liberal lunatic Democrats and they are NOT GOING TO BE WRONG. It goes beyond truth, proof and any manner of legitimacy. They simply don't care. They are right fighters. That is another reason why they are so marginalized.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#9612 May 8, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is your answer you commie socialists.
You believe that being a Hollywood icon automatically means you are more "in tune" to world events than the leaders of the country.
You complain about the SUVs and other less-economical cars, yet you parade around in a 5-mile-per-gallon limo.
You believe that you can understand politics from Hollywood and activist celebrities without doing any research yourself.
You believe that the books "Tom Sawyer" and "The Diary of Anne Frank" should be banned from schools for being "racist" but you approve of "My Two Moms" as wholesome and acceptable reading material.
You believe every solution to every problem can be solved with bigger Government and another entitlement.
You believe people should be rewarded for laziness, but hard-working people should be taxed at ever increasing rates.
You frown upon self-reliance and independent thought, preferring instead more dependency on government programs and total blind acceptance of Liberal ideas.
You believe convicted criminals and democratic politicians who screw up are worth understanding and forgiving but conservative politicians and religious people who speak their opinion should be banned from public service.
You believe that tolerance equals acceptance and anyone who does not accept a liberal cause is a racist or bigot.
You throw down the "race card" as a primary argument.
You believe in penalizing people that are rich and successful by increasing taxes to lower their standard of living in an attempt to "level the playing field".
You believe America is more of a terrorist state than any other country.
You believe terrorists and arsonists who burn down private property and harass businesses are noble but the troops who liberated Iraqis are war criminals.
You believe that violent protests and domestic terrorism are how you affect change in our country instead of voting.
You believe people are owed restitution for injuries inflicted on their long-dead ancestors.
You have NAILED IT!!!!!+1.
OMTE

Cairo, GA

#9613 May 8, 2013
danger zone wrote:
<quoted text>
He made the democratic party look worse than himself.
It worked very well in his favor.
Democrats should be EMBARASSED.
Can't spin this, non matter how many times you try.
He beat a business Woman in the SOUTH. Who failed to reach her voters as it was her first race. Wow. He's a bad dude. Grow a brain.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#9614 May 8, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>To even try to refute the rant of a moron is somewhat giving his statement some form of validity and by doing so would suggest that I believed that some of it were true. Some times it better to ignore complete stupidity. Unless, you call it for what it is. Stupid. I say keep it coming. Ya'll are turning people away from your way of thinking by the day. The ones ya'll are recruiting. Well. You can have them dummies. I think you'd be pretty cool Aggie if you weren't filled with hate and you'd grow a sense of humour.
I'm afraid all you have to do is look at the tone and content of the posts on here to see that, on balance, it is hands down the Left filled with anger and hate. And I have a great appreciation for true humor, I simply don't consider profanity laden insults and vulgarity to be humorous. And I will never find it funny to try and use a mentally challenged person as some sort of basis for an insult. I do not know the reason for "Scott"'s brother's disability, but I completely understand "Scott"'s request to not take a term that can be an accurate description of his brother's condition and us it as an attempted insult. You might consider the following quote:

“In the fictional novel, The Clowns of God, by Morris West, Jesus comes back to earth, and some people think it’s Him while some don’t. At one point, Jesus is at a school for children with Down syndrome, and He is holding a little girl. Jesus says:

‘I know what you are thinking. You need a sign. What better one could I give but to make this little one whole and new? I could do it, but I will not. I am the Lord and not a conjurer. I gave this mite a gift I denied to all of you — eternal innocence. To you she looks imperfect — but to me she is flawless,...She will never offend me, as all of you have done. She will never pervert or destroy the work of my Father’s hands. She is necessary to you. She will evoke the kindness that will keep you human. Her infirmity will prompt you to gratitude for your own good fortune … More! She will remind you every day that I am who I am, that my ways are not yours, and that the smallest dust mite whirled in the darkest spaces does not fall out of my hand … I have chosen you.

You have not chosen me.

This little one is my sign to you.

Treasure her!’“

I wish you would think about that quote the next time you are about to use the term "retarded" as an insult.
danger zone

Snellville, GA

#9615 May 8, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean to say that you're NOT EMBARRASSED that Republican voters could be so stupid as to let this man have a significant role in the affairs of the American people?
From June 18 until June 24, 2009, the whereabouts of Sanford were unknown to the public, as well as to his wife and the State Law Enforcement Division, which provides security for him, garnering nationwide news coverage. The absence of Governor Sanford was first reported by Jim Davenport of the Associated Press.
Lieutenant Governor André Bauer announced that he could not "take lightly that his staff has not had communication with him for more than four days, and that no one, including his own family, knows his whereabouts."
Before his disappearance, Sanford told his staff that he would be hiking on the Appalachian Trail and while he was gone he did not answer 15 cell phone calls from his chief of staff Scott English; he also failed to call his family on Father's Day.
He hasn't exactly exhibited good judgement. Yet now he gets to vote on nuclear policy and foreign affairs and health care and taxes?
FURTHER PROOF REPUBLICANS ARE IRRESPONSIBLE and DANGEROUS VOTERS.
In its April 2010 report watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington named Sanford one of eleven worst governors in the United States because of various ethics issues throughout Sanford's term as governor and his time in Congress.
We remember the story well, guess the dumbo democrat voters in SC didn't. You need to be on a SC link, remind them, not me....You sound like a fool.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#9616 May 8, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text> He's sounds like he was raised by his grandparents.
Interesting response. I know a couple of loonie liberal lunatics who were raised by their grandparents. They are good people. I guess I've always thought that being raised by grandparents is better than being placed in the system. Thanks for the heads up.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#9617 May 8, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
The loonie lib lunatics won't respond. They have a very obvious pattern. They have been asked legitimate questions(ignored) and provided with legititmate links(ignored or links not "good' enough). They are, BY GOSH, liberal lunatic Democrats and they are NOT GOING TO BE WRONG. It goes beyond truth, proof and any manner of legitimacy. They simply don't care. They are right fighters. That is another reason why they are so marginalized.

I keep posting those links that tell why I am a conservative, the Liberaces cant or wont post any of theirs to explain why they are liberal/socialists.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#9618 May 8, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
When a sorry repub like Mark Sanford can beat a liberace with backing from big money liberaces from out of State, I 'd say the democraps are pretty worried about 2014 and 2016.
In South Carolina? You're clueless. Not only are you clueless, you're looking at the wrong things. Not only are you looking at the wrong things, your constant use of "democraps" and "liberace" and "libroaches" exhibits immaturity on an incurable level.

Why are you even here? You don't understand any of this.

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