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“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#821280 Dec 13, 2012
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Auto workers typically pay the equivalent of two hours pay monthly.$130 per month seems a little stiff but it's possible__I'm not calling you a liar, just a fkface. Oh, and a troll too!
...you hurt my feelings. Stupid fck.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#821282 Dec 13, 2012
December 26th can't get here fast enough.
Jimmy

Newington, CT

#821283 Dec 13, 2012
Homer wrote:
Religion is seldom rational - Homer
Hey did I coin this phrase? If so I want credit for it.
Darn! Those pesky irrational things like thou shall not steal and thou shall no kill. Gee, thanks for clearing things up for us, Boris.
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#821284 Dec 13, 2012
carol wrote:
Apparently, the French actor isn't the only one getting the heck out of dodge.
Laetitia Casta, a wealthy French model (and a Victoria's Secret Angel) moved to London.
Alain Ducasse, a French chef, moved to Monaco to take advantage of their very low tax rates.
French singer and actor Johnny Hallyday moved to Gstaad, Switzerland, to escape the high taxes of France.
Wonder if enough of the wealthy leave France if the ordinary taxpayer can take up the slack?
If not, then what?
Wow 4 people out of over 65 million, oh no the gov't might collapse.

I know some Americans that have moved there to take advantage of their fantastic healthcare system, I guess they'll pick up the slack.
Jimmy

Newington, CT

#821285 Dec 13, 2012
Homer wrote:
Hey, when are we going to exchange gifts?
Bend over Boris, dem is right behind you. Be sure the return the gift to him.
carol

Orlando, FL

#821286 Dec 13, 2012
Let's take a little stroll down memory lane.

September 5, 2011 - "Despite President Obama’s repeated claims to change the tone in Washington, the White House had no comment this afternoon after Teamsters Union leader James Hoffa, speaking at an event before President Obama, said of Tea Party activists that, come November, Democrats should 'take these sons of bitches out.'”

That didn't sound very nice to me. Obama must have been in his car smoking or something because he came on stage right after Hoffa said that and didn't say anything about changing the tone.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#821287 Dec 13, 2012
TSM wrote:
<quoted text>
Michigan gets it Right!! Right On!!! Choice!!!!!
Perhaps to a some yet to be established degree Michigan gets it right. I have no problem with the concept of right to work laws but I'm also a dedicated fan of the real world.

Here's a for instance__the guys that work on the oil rigs in the gulf.

Here's anther one__airline pilots

And my favorite__the on premises workers at the Kennedy Space Center.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#821288 Dec 13, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>we have been under Leninsim since 1935 after FDR sent advisors over to Russia to meet with Stalin & Trotsky which set the path & direction of the New Deal.
obviously anybody that marked that Clueless about FDR & the New Deal is clueless themselves.
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#821289 Dec 13, 2012
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
Which religion? The one that advocates love, forgiveness and mercy? Or the one that kills infidels and oppresses women?
The latter doesn't seem rational to me either.
But I kinda like the other one...the teachings I mean, not the institutionalzed version.
All religions, especially institutionalized ones.
Researcher

Killeen, TX

#821290 Dec 13, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>...dont feel individual workers should have that right to pay or not to pay dues which gives workers a voice economically against the unions for dissatisfaction.
If the cable company asked people if they would prefer to have the benefits of their products with or without paying for it, some people without ethics would choose NOT TO PAY.

The same is true of union dues. If ALL workers get the benefits that unions bargain for, there will be some people without ethics who will not pay.

In both cases, the unethical people are behaving in a manner that is unfair, as well as dishonest

Since: Nov 09

Pharr, TX

#821291 Dec 13, 2012
flack wrote:
<quoted text> Right to work states have lower unemployment and higher pay PeeDee. Get a clue!
Anyone with half a brain knows that the only ones to benefit from right to work laws are Republicans and their wealthy donors. Unions are the major source of funds for the Democratic party, the voice of middle class America. People in Michigan were given a wake up call with this stab in the back from Snyder. Not only will this law be repealed but it will ensure a Democratic governor in 2014. Just another example of Republicans not knowing which fights to pick.
carol

Orlando, FL

#821292 Dec 13, 2012
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
" The following is an example, of how easy it is to qualify. Depression is one of the mental illnesses accepted as a disability under Social Security Disability. If Social Security agrees that a person can’t perform unskilled work, the person will get disability benefits.
Depressive Syndrome including at least four of the following conditions:
Anhedonia or continuous loss of interest in daily activities
Substantial change in weight and appetiteSleep disturbance
Retardation or psychomotor agitation
Loss of energy
Feelings of worthlessness or guilt
Suicidal thoughts
Paranoia, delusions or hallucination
Social Security must consider how your depression symptoms affect your ability to do unskilled work, which requires you to:
understand, remember, and carry out simple instructions make simple work-related decisions respond appropriately to supervision and co workers, and handle changes in routine.
Under this guideline, most unemployed workers would qualify."
You can see why so many liberals are on di
I sometimes get depressed going to my work computer every day and having to listen to all those annoying physicians.

Does that count? I could be real convincing if I had to if the liberals on here wouldn't mind contributing to my "disability" check.
carol

Orlando, FL

#821293 Dec 13, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>All religions, especially institutionalized ones.
I love you and forgive you anyway, Homer.

God would too.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#821294 Dec 13, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Ok ok, we all know you just got married. Sheesh, how long you going to keep bringing that up?
I'm sure your wedding day seems like just yesterday.

Hey homer, can we start calling Michigan "pro choice"?

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

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#821295 Dec 13, 2012
Homer wrote:
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)— U.S. stocks fell Thursday after House Speaker John Boehner declared spending to be the issue preventing a deal to avert spending cuts and tax hikes from starting in the new year.
Dear Boehner, STFU
First Bush almost destroys my 401K, Obama brings it back and now Boehner wants to polish it off.
Dear Republicans,
Quit playing politics with my life.
Love,
Homer
No worries, obama will just print more money and it'll be back up.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

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#821296 Dec 13, 2012
Researcher wrote:
<quoted text>
If the cable company asked people if they would prefer to have the benefits of their products with or without paying for it, some people without ethics would choose NOT TO PAY.
The same is true of union dues. If ALL workers get the benefits that unions bargain for, there will be some people without ethics who will not pay.
In both cases, the unethical people are behaving in a manner that is unfair, as well as dishonest
What would be unethical is being forced to buy cable just because you moved into a certain neighborhood
Cardinal of the Kremlin

Bronx, NY

#821297 Dec 13, 2012
The Fed has just announced its fourth round of “quantitative easing”.

While the mainstream financial press pretends that quantitative easing is a “liberal” economic policy, nothing could be further from the truth.

As we’ve repeatedly explained, quantitative easing is a bailout for the super-rich, at the expense of the little guy. It increases inequality and fails to stimulate the economy.(And it destroys the savings of retirees.)

Indeed, Fed boss Ben Bernanke knew 24 years ago that quantitative easing doesn’t help.

Forbes’ Lawrence Hunter explains:

The Federal Reserve … operates its own financial Laundromat for troubled, in some cases criminal banks. The Fed’s loan laundry and downscale resale consignment shop first takes in the wash by purchasing non-performing, and therefore largely worthless financial assets (loans and loan-backed securities) to remove them from the books of private banks.(Another variant is for the Fed to swap the banks’ bad paper at face value for federal debt instruments, which replaces the banks’ non-performing assets having little, if any, resale value, with safe, interest-paying and highly marketable assets.). The Fed then launders the loans by reselling them back to the same group of banks at a fraction (10 percent or less) of the face-value price it paid the banks for them. Once the banks repurchase the spiffed up dirty loan laundry, it not only has turned a nifty 90-percent-or-more profit on the turn around, it also has a new asset it can put back into the stream of financial commerce at a price reflective of its true value.
Jimmy

Newington, CT

#821298 Dec 13, 2012
OldRaider wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone with half a brain knows that the only ones to benefit from right to work laws are Republicans and their wealthy donors. Unions are the major source of funds for the Democratic party, the voice of middle class America. People in Michigan were given a wake up call with this stab in the back from Snyder. Not only will this law be repealed but it will ensure a Democratic governor in 2014. Just another example of Republicans not knowing which fights to pick.
Hey crazy Gun Nut say what?
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#821299 Dec 13, 2012
flack wrote:
December 26th can't get here fast enough.
So you think the Mayan calendar guy was wrong??? So unlike you to overlook a nonsensical negative Flack.

Should probably mention that unleaded reg is as low as $3.15.9 here, Coors Light (the official beer of NASCAR) is $17.99 per 24 ct case here and nearly every other one of your predictions has fallen flat on it's azz.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

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#821300 Dec 13, 2012
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
I sometimes get depressed going to my work computer every day and having to listen to all those annoying physicians.
Does that count? I could be real convincing if I had to if the liberals on here wouldn't mind contributing to my "disability" check.
Add a little carpal tunnel and it guaranteed!

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