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John Galti

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TaxNoMore wrote:
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Don't try to be clever.
You just don't have the brain power to pull it off.
I have more brain power in my toenail than you have altogether....
John Galti

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TaxNoMore wrote:
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Don't try to be clever.
You just don't have the brain power to pull it off.
So why didn't Boxhard or Dave Rogers come running to your rescue dummy...
Is its because you are them..?
Just like everyones Dan the Man.

Hahahahahaa.

Again,

Boxhard, Boxhard, xxxxxxxx
Dave Rogers, Dave Rogers, xxxxxxxxxx
Ted, Ted, xxxxxxxx

Bring those idiots out now loser boy....

Since: Oct 12

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John Galti wrote:
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So why didn't Boxhard or Dave Rogers come running to your rescue dummy...
Is its because you are them..?
Just like everyones Dan the Man.
Hahahahahaa.
Again,
Boxhard, Boxhard, xxxxxxxx
Dave Rogers, Dave Rogers, xxxxxxxxxx
Ted, Ted, xxxxxxxx
Bring those idiots out now loser boy....
Make love not war sweet cheeks.
Dave Rogers

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Under President Obama's leadership, the economy has added private sector jobs for 34 straight months. During this span, 5.8 million private sector jobs have been created.

http://www.dpcc.senate.gov/...
Merriam-Webster

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Dave Rogers wrote:
Under President Obama's leadership, the economy has added private sector jobs for 34 straight months. During this span, 5.8 million private sector jobs have been created.
http://www.dpcc.senate.gov/...
Hey Dave,

President Obama's is going to go down as one of the greatest presidents ever despite the obstructionist Tea Party that's running the republican party now in Congress. I think he's doing a super job at creating new jobs and I appreciate the information and will pass it on.
Jhn Galti

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With two-thirds of college graduates owing at least $25,000 on student loans and 53 percent of recent grads unemployed or underemployed, taxpayers could be responsible for tens of billions of dollars for loans that won’t be repaid.
That’s the warning from the Foundation for Economic Education. FEE’s publication The Freeman, in an article headlined
“Student Loans: Another Federal Debacle,” observes:
“The same cast of characters that brought you the housing crisis,
a post office hemorrhaging billions,
and a school system that gets more expensive as it gets worse has now brought us a student loan crisis.”
President Barack Obama has set a goal of boosting college enrollment,
and total student loans have increased by 75 percent since 2007.
The value of student loans outstanding is now close to $1 trillion, making it the largest share of non-mortgage consumer borrowing.
“The federal government has pushed relentlessly to expand access to college by cutting out the private sector in loan programs and by altering repayment terms for borrowers via executive order,” The Freeman states.
“It bears an eerie resemblance to the obsession with home ownership that got us into our current straits
— like potential homeowners,
students have been encouraged to borrow with impunity.”
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Is this just bad judgment on the part of the President or is this simply a true manifestation of the President's character?
Is this a man who should be President...?
DID YOU HEAR THE NEWS ABOUT ALL THE NEW PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS THAT HAVE BEEN CREATED RECENTLY DUE TO PRESIDENT OBAMA'S POLICIES....?
HAVE YOU HEARD?
JUST TESTING?
I DON'T THINK HE'S HEARD YET...
LaughingAtYou

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Merriam-Webster wrote:
"Merriam-Webster"
Good work!
Jhn Galti wrote:
"Jhn Galti"
Oooops!

Hahahahahahahahahaha
D Cheney

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Surprise! Obama Is Creating More New Jobs Than George W. Bush

Even President Barack Obama acknowledges that the economy is creating jobs too slowly under his stewardship. Yet Obama can now boast that more jobs have been created during his first term than during the 8 years of his predecessor George W. Bush.

Job growth has now ticked up to about 150,000 per month. If that pace continues, the economy will end up creating more jobs under Obama in four and a half years than it created under Bush in a full 8 years.

I think he's doing a super job at creating new jobs and I appreciate the information and will pass it on.

"I know what it takes to create jobs" - Mitt Romney
D Cheney

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Obama recovery produced more jobs than Reagan,Bush:

What does this tell us? A few things. First, Clinton and Obama outpace Bush and Bush in creating new jobs, even though both Democratic administrations inherited weaker economies.

Second, the 2.17 million jobs overall in 2012 really was the best year since 2005, and surpass seven of the eight years of Bush/Cheney. While 2012 obviously wasn't robust for job creation, it managed to surpass three two of the eight years Clinton/Gore was in office, too.

And third, while the private sector has done better than the overall economy under Obama, under his three most recent predecessors, the opposite was true.

Yes, it's further proof that if President Obama is a radical socialist, he's really bad at implementing the tenets of his leftist ideology.

I think he's doing a super job at creating new jobs and I appreciate the information and will pass it on.
D Cheney

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Obama is still trying to pay off two wars,two tax breaks for the rich, and closing the Medicare donut hole created by Bush Jr.

Obama inherited the worst ecomony since the great depression.

The costs of the 2003-2010 Iraq War are often contested, as academics and critics have unearthed many hidden costs not represented in official estimates. The most recent major report on these costs come from Brown University in the form of the Costs of War project,[1] which said the total for wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan is at least $3.2-4 trillion.[2] The report disavowed previous estimates of the Iraq War's cost as being under $1 trillion, saying the Department of Defense's direct spending on Iraq totaled at least $757.8 billion, but also highlighting the complementary costs at home, such as interest paid on the funds borrowed to finance the wars and a potential nearly $1 trillion in extra spending to care for veterans returning from combat through 2050.[3]

Those figures are dramatically higher than typical estimates published just prior to the start of the Iraq War, many of which were based on a shorter term of involvement. For example, in a March 16, 2003 Meet the Press interview of Vice President Dick Cheney, held less than a week before the Iraq War began, host Tim Russert reported that "every analysis said this war itself would cost about $80 billion, recovery of Baghdad, perhaps of Iraq, about $10 billion per year. We should expect as American citizens that this would cost at least $100 billion for a two-year involvement. I think Cheney underestimated the total cost of the wars by a few trillion dollars....????

Yes folks the debt clock runs as we paid for 2 unwinnable, useless, unpaid for wars,two tax cuts and closing the Medicare donut hole under Bush Jr.

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D Cheney

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According to a Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report published in October 2007, the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could cost taxpayers a total of $2.4 trillion dollars by 2017 when counting the huge interest costs because combat is being financed with borrowed money. The CBO estimated that of the $2.4 trillion long-term price tag for the war, about $1.9 trillion of that would be spent on Iraq, or $6,300 per U.S. citizen

That damn Obama giving away free cell phones!
It's breaking the bank!
R Paul

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List of aviation shootdowns and accidents during the Iraq WarFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from List of aviation accidents and incidents during the Iraq War)
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This list of aviation shootdowns and accidents during the Iraq War includes incidents with Coalition and civilian aircraft during the Iraq War.

129 helicopters and 24 fixed-wing aircraft have been reported by media to be lost in Iraq since the 2003 invasion till February 2009. 46 of these incidents have been attributed to hostile fire such as anti-aircraft artillery and surface-to-air missiles. In March 2007, Brig. Gen. Stephen Mundt said that 130 helicopters had been lost in both Iraq and Afghanistan, about a third to hostile fire, and he was concerned that they were not being replaced fast enough.[1] A more recent report published in "Aircraft Survivability" in Summer 2010 a total of 375 U.S. helicopters have been lost in Iraq and Afghanistan till 2009. 70 U.S. helicopters have been downed by hostile fire and the other 305 are classified as non-hostile and non-combat events.[2][3] Unmanned aircraft of any type are not included in the list below.

At least 283 personnel have been killed in helicopter crashes since the invasion, and 19 have died in fixed-wing crashes.

Since the beginning of the invasion helicopters were the target of attacks with "aerial improvised explosive devices", home-made bombs.[4] In early 2007 the US Army announced that the Iraqi resistance has a strategy for attacking US helicopters.[5] This was confirmed by documents captured from Iraqi insurgents.[6][7] A deputy commanding general in Iraq of the U.S. military said that the average month in 2006 and 2007 saw about 17 attacks against helicopters.[8] Efforts to prevent more deaths included more training for helicopter pilots. They continue to improve tactics and aircraft defenses to reduce losses. In fall 2007, the military deployed the more advanced V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft. According to the military, this aircraft flies much higher and faster than helicopters and has six to seven times more survivability than the CH-46.[9] The cost of replacing this equipment we be in the trillions.

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R Paul

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Top 10 Lessons of the Iraq War

Besides pissing away trillions of dollars.....

LØØK HERE:

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/03...

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P Ryan

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According to a Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report published in October 2007, the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could cost taxpayers a total of $2.4 trillion dollars by 2017 when counting the huge interest costs because combat is being financed with borrowed money. The CBO estimated that of the $2.4 trillion long-term price tag for the war, about $1.9 trillion of that would be spent on Iraq, or $6,300 per U.S. citizen.[10][11]

Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist of the World Bank and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, has stated the total costs of the Iraq War on the US economy will be three trillion dollars in a moderate scenario, and possibly more in the most recent published study, published in March 2008.[12] Stiglitz has stated: "The figure we arrive at is more than $3 trillion. Our calculations are based on conservative assumptions...Needless to say, this number represents the cost only to the United States. It does not reflect the enormous cost to the rest of the world, or to Iraq."[12]

The extended combat and equipment loss have placed a severe financial strain on the U.S Army, causing the elimination of non-essential expenses such as travel and civilian hiring.[13

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P Ryan

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According to the National Priorities Project's CostOfWar.com , a website providing a running tally of the expense incurred by U.S. wars, the cost of the Iraq conflict is now nearly $801 billion. However, when medical and disability claims are included, as well as the cost of replacing equipment and weapons, economists Joseph Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes estimate the eventual cost of the war could be between $4 and $6 trillion, The Christian Science Monitor reports.

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P Ryan

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Halliburton Overcharges Classified by the Pentagon as Unreasonable and Unsupported -$1.4 billion

Amount paid to KBR, a former Halliburton division, to supply U.S. military in Iraq with food, fuel, housing and other items -$20 billion

Portion of the $20 billion paid to KBR that Pentagon auditors deem "questionable or supportable" -$3.2 billion

U.S. Annual Air-Conditioning Cost in Iraq and Afghanistan -$20.2 billion (Source - NPR )

U.S. 2009 Monthly Spending in Iraq -$7.3 billion as of Oct 2009

U.S. 2008 Monthly Spending in Iraq -$12 billion

U.S. Spending per Second -$5,000 in 2008 (per Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on May 5, 2008)

4,487 US Soldiers Killed, 32,223 Seriously Wounded
as of Jan 31, 2012

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Merriam-Webster wrote:
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Hey Dave,
President Obama's is going to go down as one of the greatest presidents ever despite the obstructionist Tea Party that's running the republican party now in Congress. I think he's doing a super job at creating new jobs and I appreciate the information and will pass it on.
We think alike sweetie. Hows bout meeting at Danny's restaurant for a nibble?

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P Ryan wrote:
Halliburton Overcharges Classified by the Pentagon as Unreasonable and Unsupported -$1.4 billion
Amount paid to KBR, a former Halliburton division, to supply U.S. military in Iraq with food, fuel, housing and other items -$20 billion
Portion of the $20 billion paid to KBR that Pentagon auditors deem "questionable or supportable" -$3.2 billion
U.S. Annual Air-Conditioning Cost in Iraq and Afghanistan -$20.2 billion (Source - NPR )
U.S. 2009 Monthly Spending in Iraq -$7.3 billion as of Oct 2009
U.S. 2008 Monthly Spending in Iraq -$12 billion
U.S. Spending per Second -$5,000 in 2008 (per Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on May 5, 2008)
4,487 US Soldiers Killed, 32,223 Seriously Wounded
as of Jan 31, 2012
Damn that Obama giving away free cell phones
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I like my free sell phone, it's pink in color. What color did you get?
John Galti

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Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
<quoted text> I like my free sell phone, it's pink in color. What color did you get?


Hey,

I seem to be a good diversion from all the previous posters facts that do not support your extreme ideology.

Yes, you're wrong about so many things. Its pretty obvious now.
You're actually wrong about everything so far.

Oh yes, You and old Dave Rogers, Ted, and good old Boxhard too. I don't want to forget that idiot.

You guys are losing big....have you been reading some of the posts by D Chaney and P Ryan, etc....pretty good points...so if you want to be distracted by my typos go ahead....
They're eating your breakfast, lunch and diner.

Wolfgang

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rikki rocket wrote:
My first 8 track was Nugents " free for all ". Thought he was awesome. Now. A dingleberry on Rush Limbaugh's @ss.
Has it ever accured to you that Nugent is still awesome and you are the one that became the dingleberry?

Think about it.....

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