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#20173 Jul 29, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Yea.
We saw how happy Right Wingers were to send 5,000 American troops to die in the desert to get Bush the Beloved re-elected and to strengthen the Saudi Terrorist Supporters by removing Saddam Hussein from power.
We saw how they demanded Bush the Beloved's head on a platter for lying us into the worst debacle in American history.
Oh Wait ....
We saw our outraged Right Wingers were that RWW Bush allows 3,000 Americans to be murdered on American soil.
How they demanded Bush the Beloved's head on a platter for his incompetence.
Oh wait....
Yea...
Right Wingers are actually crying tears for two mercenaries and two state dept./CIA employees.
Sure you are.
We're sure that while Right Wingers hold 5,000 of our troops expendable,
More of your nonsense about Bush "allowing" 9/11 - yeah, right.

But there is a big difference between losing soldiers in battle - as tragic as that is and callously abandoning American citizens for what appears to have been fear of political repercussions. Shame you can't see the difference, no longer surprised, but still a shame.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#20174 Jul 29, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
That may be how you and yours "play the game", it is not how I choose to "participate" on here. But thanks for the confirmation of how much credence your posts should be given.
Just as much as your opinions, characterizations, and use of flagrantly biased sources.

Since: Nov 12

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#20175 Jul 29, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Isn't it great to have time to write posts about the evil of government run healthcare and government run insurance programs while you wait for your Medicare paid for doctor's appt., or your Medicare Part D prescription ?
You haven't told us how your head is doing. I know it must be painful trying to figure out how to reconcile your love for unions with your love for Obamacare now that the unions have finally seen the disaster Obamacare is:

'The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) said it is worried that its members will actually lose healthcare coverage they have now, once the Affordable Care Act is fully implemented early next year, The Hill. Joe Hansen, president of the UFCW, a 1.3 million-member group that endorsed Obama in the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, wrote an editorial published in The Hill that Obama’s claim at the 2009 AFL-CIO convention that members could keep their current insurance coverage under the new law “is simply not true for millions of workers.”

“You can’t have the same quality healthcare that you had before, despite what the president said,” Hansen asserted, adding:“Now what’s going to happen is everybody is going to have to go to private for-profit insurance companies. We just don’t think that’s right.… We just want to keep what we already have and what we bought at tremendous cost.”'

'In addition to the UFCW, The United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers have jumped aboard the Anti-ObamaCare train and has called for “repeal or complete reform.”'

http://www.ijreview.com/2013/05/55003-unions-...

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“The ACA threatens the viability of multi-employer health plans in four ways: 1) the high employee threshold of the employer mandate 2) the re-insurance fee, 3) the definition of qualified health plans, and 4) the lack of multi-employer specific administrative guidance. We believe it may be impossible to reverse the damage done to these plans if these issues are not resolved. The IBEW cannot afford to sit on the sidelines at the ACA threatens to harm our members by dismantling multi-employer plans,” the IBEW explains in a statement released Thursday.

The union estimates Obamacare could negatively affect the multi-employer health plans of some 26 million Americans. According to IBEW president Edwin D. Hill, however, the union remains a supporter of Obamacare’s mission — but the administration must make concessions for these plans.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/11/another-uni...

Since: Nov 12

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#20176 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Just as much as your opinions, characterizations, and use of flagrantly biased sources.
My, my,- defensive much.

Since: Nov 12

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#20177 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Yeah, you and your fellows who voted Republican but aren't really Republicans but know a Rhino when you see one, keep telling yourselves that while the rest of us read what is posted in this discussion, and others, know the root cause of opposition. But hey, that's just my characterization of what I see, and hear, and read, on page after page after page.
Oh, goody. Another Lefty claims omniscience when it comes to our "real motivations". Can't possibly be because we are fiscally and (typically) socially conservative and so would naturally be in opposition to one of the most Left wing Presidents this country has had the misfortune and stupidity to elect. No, of course not, it is so much easier for the Left to dismiss opposition as racially motivated - it requires far fewer brain cells.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20178 Jul 29, 2013
ya know wrote:
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Want to see a man of God actually act like one.
http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/29...
Instead here in the south we get people like you who profess to be good Christians. But harbor pure hate for people you don't understand, are not just like you and the big hate people of another color that are smarter than you. Most have a goal to be more like Jesus, but fail miserably. Jesus was and is a man of compassion. Will God slam the 'pearly gates" in your face.
We can only hope, Ya know.
LoL. Mexicans worship the pope, not me. I kinda think he's a devil worshiper myself. I don't hate anyone, you moronic fa$$ot. ;) You sure are an angry sissy.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20179 Jul 29, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Nurse Hatchet !
Quick, let's add Haldol to the Thorazine in "OMTE" medication.
He's getting all oatsy and threatening again - you know - the same conduct that the judge determined required "anger-management" class.
Don't worry, that Socialist Medicare and Medicaid are picking up the costs for his hospitalization, medical care, and drugs -
that way, in his "lucid" periods -
he can pontificate to us all.
Let's not talk about Bush the Beloved, who did, and was, all those things. Right Wing Wackos always get a pass.
Now-
Let's dissect the problem and try to help "OMTE":
"You can't do anything to stop me, because you're a fa$$ot b*T*h, just like your savior Obama."
Let's be fair, old "OMTE" may be an ill-informed stereotypical Homophobe - insecure about his masculinity and confused by his attraction to men,
but he's a Right Winger, and that autographed picture on his bedroom wall of Larry Craig leaning against the door to the 3rd stall at Atlanta - Hartfield might mean nothing at all,
Additionally, aren't most Right Wing Wackos insecure about their masculinity - hence the need to prove their bravery by sending others to war, and attacking gays ?
So it's not fair to criticize "OMTE" for being one of his clan (no pun intended).
" Why don't you make me settle down or are you just out of BS again? "
That implied desire for violence is belied by the fact that "OMTE" never served in the military - never was employed in law enforcement, or otherwise selected a obvious career where exposure to, and the need to engage in, violence is reasonably anticipated.
So perhaps the expressed interest in violence is a "cry for help" to learn how to deal with the pain of his cognitive dissonance.
"You're pathetic, you queer muslim. LoL."
More inward sexual confusion externalized as insult and anger, previously addressed.
"When all else fails you try to say something about race, thinking somebody is going to connect with Obama, because of his skin color."
"OMTE" is obviously hypersensitive to the fact he's unable to deal with his racially based "inner demons", and see reference to "race" where none exist.
Perhaps worried that his slave-owning predecessor might have done a "Jefferson" - you know - that Mandingo thing poorly equipped white males fret over.
This issue inter-rates closely with his insecurity regarding his masculinity in general.
"That card is played out as you, try again, fa$$ot Loser. ;)"
Here with see even more support of the Homophobia diagnosis, this time added feelings of inferiority caused by ""OMTE's" obviously less than satisfactory socio-economic status.
Don't worry "OMTE", thanks to the that Gay Muslim's ObamaCare, you'll continue to receive government medical care and financial support the rest of your life at my, and other taxpayers' expense.
We're glad to do it, and Allah knows, you need it.
How many times have you said this same shit. LoL. I'm not scared of muslims or queers, buddy. I just really, really dislike them. The rest of your post is garbage and makes no sense, but it funny. Good job IO.
One more thing. I love black people, my best friend is black. I just don't like beaners like yourself. How you like that race baitor? LoL.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20180 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Yeah, you just can't be held responsible for what you post, somebody made you do it.
Your right. Obama made me do it. ;0

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#20181 Jul 29, 2013
Shut Down ObamaCare, Not Government. We know President Obama will resist. He will insist on shutting down government unless ObamaCare is fully funded.

It will hurt seniors by altering the health plans and doctors they’re happy with, and by cutting hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicare Advantage for current beneficiaries to fund other parts of ObamaCare.

It will hurt working class Americans who are increasingly being moved from full-time work to part-time by their employers who are forced to do so to avoid its unaffordable mandates. Just last month, 322,000 Americans were forced into part-time employment. That is why even top union leaders, who are typically strong supporters of President Obama, are now attacking ObamaCare.

It will make health insurance more expensive. In fact, premiums have already skyrocketed by nearly $2,500.

It will have a dramatically negative impact on small business. A recent U.S. Chamber of Commerce survey found that nearly 75 percent of small businesses will be forced to layoff workers or cut hours because of ObamaCare.

Defunding ObamaCare is a critical first step to preventing all this, and this September, we need the American people to stand with us in demanding that not another cent be spent on implementing ObamaCare. At that point, the President will have a decision to make: sign it and keep the government open, or veto it and shut down the government.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20182 Jul 29, 2013
Where wrote:
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I'm not a computer guru but it sounds like your browser is getting what is called "pop up ads" probably tied into some toolbar you've downloaded or which has downloaded it from a link you viewed.
Google "how to get rid of pop ups" and see if there is a fix for the browser you use. I use Firefox with settings to block popups. Also have Malwarebytes I run every 2 weeks or so.
Also I run microsoft security essentials. Don't use any other type of virus protector or firewall.
AVG is very intrusive software that the casual user cannot get completely deleted from their computer. It takes some special download tools to fully eliminate the computer of AVG.
Also AVG gets a bad rating from top computer sites because of this.
It was a rootkit virus that was installed through AVG. It took me several hours to pin-point it and remove it. I removed AVG as well. Thanks for the info.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20183 Jul 29, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
Shut Down ObamaCare, Not Government. We know President Obama will resist. He will insist on shutting down government unless ObamaCare is fully funded.
It will hurt seniors by altering the health plans and doctors they’re happy with, and by cutting hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicare Advantage for current beneficiaries to fund other parts of ObamaCare.
It will hurt working class Americans who are increasingly being moved from full-time work to part-time by their employers who are forced to do so to avoid its unaffordable mandates. Just last month, 322,000 Americans were forced into part-time employment. That is why even top union leaders, who are typically strong supporters of President Obama, are now attacking ObamaCare.
It will make health insurance more expensive. In fact, premiums have already skyrocketed by nearly $2,500.
It will have a dramatically negative impact on small business. A recent U.S. Chamber of Commerce survey found that nearly 75 percent of small businesses will be forced to layoff workers or cut hours because of ObamaCare.
Defunding ObamaCare is a critical first step to preventing all this, and this September, we need the American people to stand with us in demanding that not another cent be spent on implementing ObamaCare. At that point, the President will have a decision to make: sign it and keep the government open, or veto it and shut down the government.
Of course Obama will try and shut the government down. That's his goal. He wants to destroy the USA. Obamacare and mexicans are his weapons to do so.
danger zone

Conyers, GA

#20184 Jul 29, 2013
One thing I've learned, insults from certain folks on this forum, just DO NOT matter.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#20185 Jul 29, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Oh, goody. Another Lefty claims omniscience when it comes to our "real motivations". Can't possibly be because we are fiscally and (typically) socially conservative and so would naturally be in opposition to one of the most Left wing Presidents this country has had the misfortune and stupidity to elect. No, of course not, it is so much easier for the Left to dismiss opposition as racially motivated - it requires far fewer brain cells.
My, my,- defensive much.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#20186 Jul 29, 2013
The Unprecedented, Contemptible GOP Quest to Sabotage Obamacare
What the Republicans are doing now goes beyond mere hardball politics -- and could hurt millions of Americans affected by health-care reform.
NORM ORNSTEIN JUL 25 2013, 9:13 AM ET
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...

...Contrast that with Obamacare. For three years, Republicans in the Senate refused to confirm anybody to head the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the post that McClellan had held in 2003-04 -- in order to damage the possibility of a smooth rollout of the health reform plan. Guerrilla efforts to cut off funding, dozens of votes to repeal, abusive comments by leaders, attempts to discourage states from participating in Medicaid expansion or crafting exchanges, threatening letters to associations that might publicize the availability of insurance on exchanges, and now a new set of threats -- to have a government shutdown, or to refuse to raise the debt ceiling, unless the president agrees to stop all funding for implementation of the plan.

...When a law is enacted, representatives who opposed it have some choices (which are not mutually exclusive). They can try to repeal it, which is perfectly acceptable -- unless it becomes an effort at grandstanding so overdone that it detracts from other basic responsibilities of governing. They can try to amend it to make it work better -- not just perfectly acceptable but desirable, if the goal is to improve a cumbersome law to work better for the betterment of the society and its people. They can strive to make sure that the law does the most for Americans it is intended to serve, including their own constituents, while doing the least damage to the society and the economy. Or they can step aside and leave the burden of implementation to those who supported the law and got it enacted in the first place.

But to do everything possible to undercut and destroy its implementation -- which in this case means finding ways to deny coverage to many who lack any health insurance; to keep millions who might be able to get better and cheaper coverage in the dark about their new options; to create disruption for the health providers who are trying to implement the law, including insurers, hospitals, and physicians; to threaten the even greater disruption via a government shutdown or breach of the debt limit in order to blackmail the president into abandoning the law; and to hope to benefit politically from all the resulting turmoil -- is simply unacceptable, even contemptible. One might expect this kind of behavior from a few grenade-throwing firebrands. That the effort is spearheaded by the Republican leaders of the House and Senate -- even if Speaker John Boehner is motivated by fear of his caucus, and McConnell and Cornyn by fear of Kentucky and Texas Republican activists -- takes one's breath away.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20189 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
The Unprecedented, Contemptible GOP Quest to Sabotage Obamacare
What the Republicans are doing now goes beyond mere hardball politics -- and could hurt millions of Americans affected by health-care reform.
NORM ORNSTEIN JUL 25 2013, 9:13 AM ET
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...
...Contrast that with Obamacare. For three years, Republicans in the Senate refused to confirm anybody to head the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the post that McClellan had held in 2003-04 -- in order to damage the possibility of a smooth rollout of the health reform plan. Guerrilla efforts to cut off funding, dozens of votes to repeal, abusive comments by leaders, attempts to discourage states from participating in Medicaid expansion or crafting exchanges, threatening letters to associations that might publicize the availability of insurance on exchanges, and now a new set of threats -- to have a government shutdown, or to refuse to raise the debt ceiling, unless the president agrees to stop all funding for implementation of the plan.
...When a law is enacted, representatives who opposed it have some choices (which are not mutually exclusive). They can try to repeal it, which is perfectly acceptable -- unless it becomes an effort at grandstanding so overdone that it detracts from other basic responsibilities of governing. They can try to amend it to make it work better -- not just perfectly acceptable but desirable, if the goal is to improve a cumbersome law to work better for the betterment of the society and its people. They can strive to make sure that the law does the most for Americans it is intended to serve, including their own constituents, while doing the least damage to the society and the economy. Or they can step aside and leave the burden of implementation to those who supported the law and got it enacted in the first place.
But to do everything possible to undercut and destroy its implementation -- which in this case means finding ways to deny coverage to many who lack any health insurance; to keep millions who might be able to get better and cheaper coverage in the dark about their new options; to create disruption for the health providers who are trying to implement the law, including insurers, hospitals, and physicians; to threaten the even greater disruption via a government shutdown or breach of the debt limit in order to blackmail the president into abandoning the law; and to hope to benefit politically from all the resulting turmoil -- is simply unacceptable, even contemptible. One might expect this kind of behavior from a few grenade-throwing firebrands. That the effort is spearheaded by the Republican leaders of the House and Senate -- even if Speaker John Boehner is motivated by fear of his caucus, and McConnell and Cornyn by fear of Kentucky and Texas Republican activists -- takes one's breath away.
Your copying and pasting skills are impeccable. ;)
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#20190 Jul 29, 2013
SUN JUL 28, 2013 AT 08:14 PM PDT
Muslim Author Embarrasses Fox News Interviewer w/ Smart Civil Answers
by Egberto Willies
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/07/28/1227...

Author and Scholar Reza Aslan appeared on Fox News’ Spirited Debate to discuss his new book "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth”. The host of the show Lauren Green started the interview with a rather uncivil and strange question.

Green asked, "You're a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?” Mr. Aslan seemed prepared for the general attacking nature that Fox News uses when conducting interviews with those with different positions than theirs. He was very poised and non-combative in his answer. He answered,“Well to be clear, I am a scholar of religions with four degrees including one in the New Testament and fluency in Biblical Greek who has been studying the origins of Christianity for two decades who also just happens to be a Muslim. So it’s not that I am just some Muslim writing about Jesus. I am an expert with a PhD in the history of religions”.

Mr. Aslan’s answer was simply disregarded by Ms. Green as she interrupted his response and asked,“But it still begs to question why you would be interested in the founder of Christianity”. Did Mr. Aslan in his first response not state he was a scholar of religions? If he is a scholar of religions would he not study them all (or many of them)?

Throughout the interview it was evident that Ms. Green was not listening to Mr. Aslan’s answers or statements. In the Fox News bubble where she resides it is evident that scholarly methodologies are neither taught nor acknowledged. One wonders if Fox News has ever interviewed Christians writing about Islam. The Christian Science Monitor writer Dan Murphy answers that question in his article “Can Muslims write about Christianity”

Fox has been filled with Christian and Jewish commentators explaining Islam to their audience over the years. Daniel Pipes has been one of them. As has Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a former Muslim who became an atheist (an earlier version of this story incorrectly described Ms. Ali as a Christian) and who describes Islam as fundamentally violent and has written books attacking the faith. As have Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, who both describe Islam as inherently violent. In the past, it's even had conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck give long expositions of the essence of Islamic law as he sees it.

None of those people are Muslims, yet as far as I'm aware their comments have never been questioned on the network as suspect since they came from non-Muslims. Yet his faith was a major talking point for Ms. Green in their interview. Her first question? "You're a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?"

Since: Nov 12

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#20191 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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My, my,- defensive much.
How original.
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20192 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
SUN JUL 28, 2013 AT 08:14 PM PDT
Muslim Author Embarrasses Fox News Interviewer w/ Smart Civil Answers
by Egberto Willies
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/07/28/1227...
Author and Scholar Reza Aslan appeared on Fox News’ Spirited Debate to discuss his new book "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth”. The host of the show Lauren Green started the interview with a rather uncivil and strange question.
Green asked, "You're a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?” Mr. Aslan seemed prepared for the general attacking nature that Fox News uses when conducting interviews with those with different positions than theirs. He was very poised and non-combative in his answer. He answered,“Well to be clear, I am a scholar of religions with four degrees including one in the New Testament and fluency in Biblical Greek who has been studying the origins of Christianity for two decades who also just happens to be a Muslim. So it’s not that I am just some Muslim writing about Jesus. I am an expert with a PhD in the history of religions”.
Mr. Aslan’s answer was simply disregarded by Ms. Green as she interrupted his response and asked,“But it still begs to question why you would be interested in the founder of Christianity”. Did Mr. Aslan in his first response not state he was a scholar of religions? If he is a scholar of religions would he not study them all (or many of them)?
Throughout the interview it was evident that Ms. Green was not listening to Mr. Aslan’s answers or statements. In the Fox News bubble where she resides it is evident that scholarly methodologies are neither taught nor acknowledged. One wonders if Fox News has ever interviewed Christians writing about Islam. The Christian Science Monitor writer Dan Murphy answers that question in his article “Can Muslims write about Christianity”
Fox has been filled with Christian and Jewish commentators explaining Islam to their audience over the years. Daniel Pipes has been one of them. As has Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a former Muslim who became an atheist (an earlier version of this story incorrectly described Ms. Ali as a Christian) and who describes Islam as fundamentally violent and has written books attacking the faith. As have Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, who both describe Islam as inherently violent. In the past, it's even had conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck give long expositions of the essence of Islamic law as he sees it.
None of those people are Muslims, yet as far as I'm aware their comments have never been questioned on the network as suspect since they came from non-Muslims. Yet his faith was a major talking point for Ms. Green in their interview. Her first question? "You're a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?"
I like this guys book "The Truth About Muhammad" by Robert Spencer, it was a best seller in the USA. I would have called the book "muhammad is a b*T*h and a queer liar" but that's just me. ;)
OMTE

Moultrie, GA

#20193 Jul 29, 2013
Here's Robert Spencer's interview, explaining his book on CBN news.

Where

Commerce, GA

#20194 Jul 29, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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World Nut Daily a flagrant yet palatable bias that every Right Wing Wacko will love. This is not helping your credibility except among your admirers.

Truth comes from many places. The repub amendment WAS voted down by the libroids, the libroid rep DID say what was quoted. The law DOES include gender identity.

Other than you slamming world daily, you say nothing about the subject matter.
Silence speaks volumes about where you stand, and it appears you are in favor of child molestation because if you support one perversion, you probably support others as well.
Thanks for playing with the kids.




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