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George

Charleston, WV

#41333 Feb 12, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
George, your categorizations of all things are what makes you an ignorant tea bagger. Everything's good or evil. Arabs are terrorist savages. Mexicans are border jumpers. Illegal immigrants are Mexicans. Obama is the most lawless president ever. Constantly trying to find BAD news about your nation. Constantly minimizing GOOD news about your nation.
You aren't a democrat.
Like clockwork. Just like I said you would, the same old "You claim that I claimed(insert lie here)" routine. If I only had a penny.
George

Charleston, WV

#41334 Feb 12, 2014
George wrote:
And Bacoliar will come on here later and do his "he claims that I claim(insert lie here)" routine and tell you what he claims my opinions are, but they are all lies, just like when you impersonated me and gave what you thought were my opinions. I think it says a lot when someone feels the need to falsely tell others what their opinions are instead of letting them give them for themself, but then they would actually have to defend their own opinion. Instead of defending their own opinion they just lie and make up what their adversary's opinion is.
See what I mean, I said this earlier today and cha-ching, like clockwork. LOL SEVERELY MENTALLY ILL. LOL
Investigative reporter

Daniels, WV

#41335 Feb 12, 2014
Reporter, if you want rural philosophy, go to a feed store, auction, or farming related internet forum, and you'll get regurgitated Fox News and Limbaugh spew, mostly, due to the limited availability of high-speed internet in WV. A WV connection does not automatically mean a rural orientation. Maybe you can see some woods and fields from downtown, but that doesn't make us all rural. Are you saying that your comments were not of rural perspective ?
George

Charleston, WV

#41336 Feb 12, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Because this is a free nation. We won't let it be the "papers please" country you dumbasses want it to be. Landlords can use whatever means they want to identify renters. We don't need laws forcing them to do more.
Well it seems from my article not everyone agrees with you. Shocking and mentally impossible for a narcissist like you to believe I know, but yes, it is true. LOL

“Save light, save coal.”

Since: Sep 09

Clarksburg, WV

#41337 Feb 12, 2014
Investigative reporter wrote:
Reporter, if you want rural philosophy, go to a feed store, auction, or farming related internet forum, and you'll get regurgitated Fox News and Limbaugh spew, mostly, due to the limited availability of high-speed internet in WV. A WV connection does not automatically mean a rural orientation. Maybe you can see some woods and fields from downtown, but that doesn't make us all rural. Are you saying that your comments were not of rural perspective ?
Just what do you mean by rural? I live on a few acres in the countryside, but used to live in town. I have some chickens. One of my neighbors has cows. I drink beer, but also good wine. I'm not a hick. I have a college degree. I have guns, and also like to read. I drive a hybrid and a pickup. I like classical music better than mainstream country music, but also like old-timey music and bluegrass. Not everyone in WV is a redneck, it just seems like it sometimes. You haven't told us anything about yourself except that you are writing a book

“Comey is my new”

Level 1

Since: Oct 13

favorite homey!

#41338 Feb 12, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>Like clockwork. Just like I said you would, the same old "You claim that I claimed(insert lie here)" routine. If I only had a penny.
I am concerned about Bacon, he neglected to mention women's vaginas, African-Americans, kids, old people, and Benghazi!! He is definitely slipping.

“Save light, save coal.”

Since: Sep 09

Clarksburg, WV

#41339 Feb 12, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N orman,_Oklahoma scroll down and look at that inchers of snow per month we get.
You still haven't answered my question about the article you posted this afternoon about Obama and the President of France visiting Monticello. If you are going to be offended by something, you ought to be able to state why when asked. Otherwise, please quit posting inconsequential bulldooky just to hear yourself squawk. I asked which part of the article disgusted your twisted little soul the most. Was it the fact that the host of the visit was half Kenyan, or that the visitor was all French?
I am giving you the benefit of the doubt in supposing that you have a soul.
Investigative reporter

Daniels, WV

#41340 Feb 12, 2014
Another Damn Liberal wrote:
<quoted text>
Just what do you mean by rural? I live on a few acres in the countryside, but used to live in town. I have some chickens. One of my neighbors has cows. I drink beer, but also good wine. I'm not a hick. I have a college degree. I have guns, and also like to read. I drive a hybrid and a pickup. I like classical music better than mainstream country music, but also like old-timey music and bluegrass. Not everyone in WV is a redneck, it just seems like it sometimes. You haven't told us anything about yourself except that you are writing a book
Rural heritage philosophy. That's what I looking for. If that's not where you're coming from, I can't use your urban philosophy in my book.. But I do appreciate your cooperation in the mater.. Thank you very much.......... Investigative Reporter.

“Comey is my new”

Level 1

Since: Oct 13

favorite homey!

#41341 Feb 12, 2014
Another Damn Liberal wrote:
<quoted text>
You still haven't answered my question about the article you posted this afternoon about Obama and the President of France visiting Monticello. If you are going to be offended by something, you ought to be able to state why when asked. Otherwise, please quit posting inconsequential bulldooky just to hear yourself squawk. I asked which part of the article disgusted your twisted little soul the most. Was it the fact that the host of the visit was half Kenyan, or that the visitor was all French?
I am giving you the benefit of the doubt in supposing that you have a soul.

"quit posting inconsequential bulldooky just to hear yourself squawk?" So if you practice what you preach, I guess that the above was your last post.

“Save light, save coal.”

Since: Sep 09

Clarksburg, WV

#41342 Feb 12, 2014
Mgtn Res wrote:
<quoted text>
"quit posting inconsequential bulldooky just to hear yourself squawk?" So if you practice what you preach, I guess that the above was your last post.
The point has been made before that Republicans are unwilling or unable to answer questions about what they have posted, This instance is another confirmation of that.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#41343 Feb 12, 2014
Another Damn Liberal wrote:
<quoted text>
You still haven't answered my question about the article you posted this afternoon about Obama and the President of France visiting Monticello. If you are going to be offended by something, you ought to be able to state why when asked. Otherwise, please quit posting inconsequential bulldooky just to hear yourself squawk. I asked which part of the article disgusted your twisted little soul the most. Was it the fact that the host of the visit was half Kenyan, or that the visitor was all French?
I am giving you the benefit of the doubt in supposing that you have a soul.
race card libby .... did you know that france is half socialist and all libby ? http://www.economist.com/blogs/certainideasof...
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#41344 Feb 12, 2014
Another Damn Liberal wrote:
<quoted text>
The point has been made before that Republicans are unwilling or unable to answer questions about what they have posted, This instance is another confirmation of that.
what was the question ? then I get to ask you one deal ?
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#41345 Feb 12, 2014
oh I saw your question another liberal the answer is the frenchman socialist liberal.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#41346 Feb 12, 2014
ok another liberal it my turn to get an answer. is Obama a liar. YES or NO. those are your choices. no embellishment or avoidance liberal doublespeak. answer please. one of two words .... yes or no.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#41347 Feb 12, 2014
watch everybody. another liberal will do what all libbys do.

Since: Jun 13

Philippi, WV

#41348 Feb 12, 2014
Today an article appeared by Robert Reich entitled "America Has Forgotten its 3 Biggest Economic Lessons."

I know the sheeple conservatives will cry foul since it isn't something coming directly from their Fox "News" propaganda feed, but there is a profound amount of truth in these three simple lessons.

http://www.salon.com/2014/02/12/robert_reich_...

"Why has America forgotten the three most important economic lessons we learned in the 30 years following World War II?

Before I answer that question, let me remind you what those lessons were:

1. America’s real job creators are consumers, whose rising wages generate jobs and growth. If average people don’t have decent wages there can be no real recovery and no sustained growth.

In those years, business boomed because American workers were getting raises, and had enough purchasing power to buy what expanding businesses had to offer. Strong labor unions ensured American workers got a fair share of the economy’s gains. It was a virtuous cycle.

2. The rich do better with a smaller share of a rapidly growing economy than they do with a large share of an economy that’s barely growing at all.

Between 1946 and 1974, the economy grew faster than it’s grown since, on average, because the nation was creating the largest middle class in history. The overall size of the economy doubled, as did the earnings of almost everyone. CEOs rarely took home more than 40 times the average worker’s wage, yet were riding high.

3. Higher taxes on the wealthy to finance public investments — better roads, bridges, public transportation, basic research, world-class K-12 education, and affordable higher education – improve the future productivity of America. All of us gain from these investments, including the wealthy.

In those years, the top marginal tax rate on America’s highest earners never fell below 70 percent. Under Republican President Dwight Eisenhower the tax rate was 91 percent. Combined with tax revenues from a growing middle class, these were enough to build the Interstate Highway system, dramatically expand public higher education, and make American public education the envy of the world."

“Save light, save coal.”

Since: Sep 09

Clarksburg, WV

#41349 Feb 12, 2014
Investigative reporter wrote:
<quoted text> Rural heritage philosophy. That's what I looking for. If that's not where you're coming from, I can't use your urban philosophy in my book.. But I do appreciate your cooperation in the mater.. Thank you very much.......... Investigative Reporter.
I walk through chicken shit every day, but I didn't grow up doing it. Here, try these forums:
http://www.almanac.com/forums/almanac-chat-fo...
http://www.motherearthnews.com/forums/forum.a...
http://www.permies.com/forums
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#41350 Feb 12, 2014
Mountain_Mama82 wrote:
Today an article appeared by Robert Reich entitled "America Has Forgotten its 3 Biggest Economic Lessons."
I know the sheeple conservatives will cry foul since it isn't something coming directly from their Fox "News" propaganda feed, but there is a profound amount of truth in these three simple lessons.
http://www.salon.com/2014/02/12/robert_reich_...
"Why has America forgotten the three most important economic lessons we learned in the 30 years following World War II?
Before I answer that question, let me remind you what those lessons were:
1. America’s real job creators are consumers, whose rising wages generate jobs and growth. If average people don’t have decent wages there can be no real recovery and no sustained growth.
In those years, business boomed because American workers were getting raises, and had enough purchasing power to buy what expanding businesses had to offer. Strong labor unions ensured American workers got a fair share of the economy’s gains. It was a virtuous cycle.
2. The rich do better with a smaller share of a rapidly growing economy than they do with a large share of an economy that’s barely growing at all.
Between 1946 and 1974, the economy grew faster than it’s grown since, on average, because the nation was creating the largest middle class in history. The overall size of the economy doubled, as did the earnings of almost everyone. CEOs rarely took home more than 40 times the average worker’s wage, yet were riding high.
3. Higher taxes on the wealthy to finance public investments — better roads, bridges, public transportation, basic research, world-class K-12 education, and affordable higher education – improve the future productivity of America. All of us gain from these investments, including the wealthy.
In those years, the top marginal tax rate on America’s highest earners never fell below 70 percent. Under Republican President Dwight Eisenhower the tax rate was 91 percent. Combined with tax revenues from a growing middle class, these were enough to build the Interstate Highway system, dramatically expand public higher education, and make American public education the envy of the world."
read the first paragraph folks http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/matthew-vadu... mountain moma dont follow people like him. hes just like obama = village idiot.
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Since: Jun 13

Philippi, WV

#41352 Feb 12, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
<quoted text>read the first paragraph folks http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/matthew-vadu... mountain moma dont follow people like him. hes just like obama = village idiot.
So you disagree that an economy based on supply and demand does not do better when the majority of Americans have livable wages and disposable income to purchase goods?

You also believe that excessive tax breaks for the wealthy create jobs when 88 percent of the individual wealthy do not own a business?

And you disagree that the wealthy should be taxed the same percentage of their income/assets as the middle class so that our country has revenue to repair infrastructure and create jobs?

How are your beliefs logical, Fitness?

How on Earth can you justify them?

“Save light, save coal.”

Since: Sep 09

Clarksburg, WV

#41353 Feb 12, 2014
Mountain_Mama82 wrote:
<quoted text>
So you disagree that an economy based on supply and demand does not do better when the majority of Americans have livable wages and disposable income to purchase goods?
You also believe that excessive tax breaks for the wealthy create jobs when 88 percent of the individual wealthy do not own a business?
And you disagree that the wealthy should be taxed the same percentage of their income/assets as the middle class so that our country has revenue to repair infrastructure and create jobs?
How are your beliefs logical, Fitness?
How on Earth can you justify them?
Value work? Then tax capital at the same rate as labor.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/02/11/1276...
Nice charts here.

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