Chubbs Peterson

New York, NY

#1615 Nov 14, 2012
The Loon Always Right wrote:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will remain atop the Democratic caucus for at least two more years, extending her role as Congress's most vocal liberal voice opposing the Republican agenda.
Good news!
Awful news. That hag is shrill and oh so painful on the eyes.
Kinda the way I picture you.
Aren't you the lamebrain from Lindenhurst who was asking where Romney was after Sandy hit....even though he was only a private citizen with absolutely no power or authority to do ANYTHING ?
What a colossal dope.
Teddy R

San Francisco, CA

#1616 Nov 14, 2012
LindyLoon wrote:
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Blah, Blah, Blah.
The proletariat, the economic and social class consisting of industrial workers who derive income solely from their labour—during the transitional phase between the abolition of capitalism and the establishment of communism, will, during the transition, suppress resistance to the socialist revolution by the bourgeoisie, destroy the social relations of production underlying the class system, and create a new, classless society.
Do you see now?
See what? That you're a leftist commie class warrior? Silly question - that's been as obvious as a coal pile in a ballroom from the git-go.
Teddy R

San Francisco, CA

#1617 Nov 14, 2012
The Loon Always Right wrote:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will remain atop the Democratic caucus for at least two more years, extending her role as Congress's most vocal liberal voice opposing the Republican agenda.
Good news!
Pelosi? That laughable old head-case, who's still hallucinating a gavel in her hands??

http://nation.foxnews.com/nancy-pelosi/2012/1...

Yes, great news indeed! No one better to destroy what little credibility the progressive leftists in Congress still retain in the eyes of the American People, as the hard, cold, cruel arithmentic blows their unaffordable progressive pipe-dreams out of the water ...

Pelosi - "We have to pass the Bill before we can see it's completely unaffordable ..."
The Loon He Always Right

White Plains, NY

#1618 Nov 14, 2012
Guinness Drinker wrote:
<quoted text>
good grief; from racism to a gay reference. Nice to see the dollar value from your brain has dropped from $3 to $2. Well, you are what you watch on cable news
Still got a chubby for me huh? Try not to use my lines.
Obskeptic

United States

#1619 Nov 14, 2012
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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You do understand that America is more socialist than you think?
Your Primary and Secondary education system is based on the socialist concept of a level playing field. That every child has the right to the same educational standards regardless of wealth. So a kid who's folks don't work can have the same education as a kid who's folks earn 80k between them.
The model breaks down at university level because you guys pay fees. In the UK a student must pay a nominal tuition fee of around £6000, this used to be free a few years ago. Scottish students still get free uni education.
It just means that those at the bottom of the social food chain will never get out. They are priced out of a university education and without a scholarship won't get one. So they will never have a degree and a chance to get those jobs that require one. And why, because their parents didn't earn enough. That doesn't sound fair to me.
And get over yourself mate. America has some great characteristics, at least it did when the the very concept of the united states was concieved. You are a young nation, less than 250 years old. These european countries you speak of are up to a 1000 years old, some of them even older. And every single one of them provides freedom for their citizens.
All great nations have their day then crash and burn. This century is already being hailed as the asian century with China and India pegged to be the major players.... again, former British colonies getting their chance in the spotlight. Just like America
Yes I do, and I doubt we were ever going to equal Rome or the Asian Dynasty. We have a very inefficient and uninspiring K-12 education system that is failing miserably in most of our large, urban areas, and it's costing us a boatload. I believe we rank like 26th in the world in math and science. So average. Our kids tend to be lazy, spoiled, and unchallenged. We have gone from a meritocracy, to a mediocre society that becomes more and more balkanized by the decade. All thanks to are two, pathetic political parties. I guess as I get older I become more and more cynical. I hope thats normal.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#1620 Nov 14, 2012
Romney the coward should have released his tax returns!
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#1621 Nov 14, 2012
Obskeptic wrote:
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Sorry ILAL, but you have that wrong again. I find it difficult to understand how it is that killing babies and giving away our tax dollars to buy peoples vote and allegiance is a higher priority for the country then getting the spending under control. You are probably right about that though, since killing babies is no longer viewed as extreme. Why is it that you socialists just can't move yourselves to the plethora of countries that are already failing at it? Why do you find it necessary to destroy the one country that tries to be different?
Because Fox News said so?
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#1622 Nov 14, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
Romney the coward should have released his tax returns!
Agreed.
Tomas jackson

Old Bridge, NJ

#1623 Nov 14, 2012
He is not a good man for middle east people,
thanks
CrimeaRiver

UK

#1624 Nov 15, 2012
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes I do, and I doubt we were ever going to equal Rome or the Asian Dynasty. We have a very inefficient and uninspiring K-12 education system that is failing miserably in most of our large, urban areas, and it's costing us a boatload. I believe we rank like 26th in the world in math and science. So average. Our kids tend to be lazy, spoiled, and unchallenged. We have gone from a meritocracy, to a mediocre society that becomes more and more balkanized by the decade. All thanks to are two, pathetic political parties. I guess as I get older I become more and more cynical. I hope thats normal.
Don't get me wrong, America is probably equal to Rome in some ways. Global reach is one of them, globalisation is definitely the product of America’s media. Hollywood, Fashion and Music in particular have meant that a whole planet of people watch American films, listen to American music and wear American clothes. Then innovations like Google, Youtube, Facebook means the whole world communicates in a very American way.

America doesn’t appreciate the position it holds, it should be less concerned with losing its wealth and more concerned with losing its influence, culturally and politically.
Obskeptic

United States

#1625 Nov 15, 2012
ILAL wrote:
<quoted text>
Because Fox News said so?
So from your perspective, Fox News is responsible for the 1000 point drop in the market in the last week, and of course republicans too. The president and the democrats had nothing to do with it, because nothing bad is ever their fault.
CrimeaRiver

UK

#1626 Nov 15, 2012
Obskeptic wrote:
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So from your perspective, Fox News is responsible for the 1000 point drop in the market in the last week, and of course republicans too. The president and the democrats had nothing to do with it, because nothing bad is ever their fault.
When rich republicans openly vent their dissatisfaction at the election results and make bold statements that suggest they’ll move their businesses elsewhere, then of course the market reacts to such adverse confidence.

If I were an investor and I saw the kind of dramatic reactionary sentiments of the Republican ruling class (CEOs, MDs and Directors) then I would steer clear of the US until I see political stability.

It is also a major turn off for foreign investment to hear Americans berate Obama for being a Muslim terrorist when he is as all American as you can get without having the name Kennedy.

America presented itself very poorly during this election, the world media saw a side of America that has been hidden for decades. A deep-seated racism towards an American citizen whose only crime is to want to lead his country.
The Loon He Always Right

White Plains, NY

#1627 Nov 15, 2012
America, love it or leave it!

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#1628 Nov 15, 2012
CrimeaRiver wrote:
<quoted text>
When rich republicans openly vent their dissatisfaction at the election results and make bold statements that suggest they’ll move their businesses elsewhere, then of course the market reacts to such adverse confidence.
If I were an investor and I saw the kind of dramatic reactionary sentiments of the Republican ruling class (CEOs, MDs and Directors) then I would steer clear of the US until I see political stability.
It is also a major turn off for foreign investment to hear Americans berate Obama for being a Muslim terrorist when he is as all American as you can get without having the name Kennedy.
America presented itself very poorly during this election, the world media saw a side of America that has been hidden for decades. A deep-seated racism towards an American citizen whose only crime is to want to lead his country.
you are in the wrong contry to be definding a person that you cant back as ur leader and u dont live in the usa and u dont have a clue of how we here have put up with him in the last four years so go cry me a river else where. if u did not vote for the man u have no right to defend him go now be for some one yanks ur chain around ur neck

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#1629 Nov 15, 2012
The Loon He Always Right wrote:
America, love it or leave it!
i love america so you leave it yankie and take that jew hateing muslim with ya .
CrimeaRiver

UK

#1630 Nov 15, 2012
olddogs1964 wrote:
<quoted text> you are in the wrong contry to be definding a person that you cant back as ur leader and u dont live in the usa and u dont have a clue of how we here have put up with him in the last four years so go cry me a river else where. if u did not vote for the man u have no right to defend him go now be for some one yanks ur chain around ur neck
Obama isn't just the President of America, he is also the unnofficial 'Leader of the Free World'. The whole world wants to know if he is a decent, honourable man. And our opinion is that he IS.

I suppose you loved Bush. The world didn't, he was an intolerable ignoramus that caused bigger problems than he solved.

You accuse Obama of allowing 4 US citizens to be killed. I bet you didn't ask why Bush sanctioned the evacuation of the Bin-Laden's family after 9/11.

You are a walking contradiction. You say you love America, but if you don't love what she stands for then you are the opposite of a patriot.
shameless-li

United States

#1631 Nov 15, 2012

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#1632 Nov 15, 2012
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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Obama isn't just the President of America, he is also the unnofficial 'Leader of the Free World'. The whole world wants to know if he is a decent, honourable man. And our opinion is that he IS.
I suppose you loved Bush. The world didn't, he was an intolerable ignoramus that caused bigger problems than he solved.
You accuse Obama of allowing 4 US citizens to be killed. I bet you didn't ask why Bush sanctioned the evacuation of the Bin-Laden's family after 9/11.
You are a walking contradiction. You say you love America, but if you don't love what she stands for then you are the opposite of a patriot.
u dont like what i have said and u love him so much be cause he is a musilum and he is black . u dam right bush was one great leader 100 times better than a jew hatter and muslim u like why do u just come on over here to america and lets meet and see just how big u realy are
Obskeptic

Detroit, MI

#1633 Nov 15, 2012
CrimeaRiver wrote:
<quoted text>
When rich republicans openly vent their dissatisfaction at the election results and make bold statements that suggest they’ll move their businesses elsewhere, then of course the market reacts to such adverse confidence.
If I were an investor and I saw the kind of dramatic reactionary sentiments of the Republican ruling class (CEOs, MDs and Directors) then I would steer clear of the US until I see political stability.
It is also a major turn off for foreign investment to hear Americans berate Obama for being a Muslim terrorist when he is as all American as you can get without having the name Kennedy.
America presented itself very poorly during this election, the world media saw a side of America that has been hidden for decades. A deep-seated racism towards an American citizen whose only crime is to want to lead his country.
So why does your fellow Brit' Madonna tell us he is a muslim? Do you think it is possible that some of us are seriously alarmed at the reality that our leadership at every level in the federal government, except for a handful of republicans, are acting as if trillion dollar deficits and a debt of 16.3 trillion and climbing are nothing? It was only a little over a hundred years ago that our money failed the last time, so why didn't we learn the lesson? Our military and our economy are on the verge of destruction and not one shot was fired or one bomb dropped, and the enemy turned out to be us. How sad.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#1634 Nov 16, 2012
CrimeaRiver wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama isn't just the President of America, he is also the unnofficial 'Leader of the Free World'. The whole world wants to know if he is a decent, honourable man. And our opinion is that he IS.
I suppose you loved Bush. The world didn't, he was an intolerable ignoramus that caused bigger problems than he solved.
You accuse Obama of allowing 4 US citizens to be killed. I bet you didn't ask why Bush sanctioned the evacuation of the Bin-Laden's family after 9/11.
You are a walking contradiction. You say you love America, but if you don't love what she stands for then you are the opposite of a patriot.
you i bet are just mad because you think every body should bow down and kiss his feet like you treat ur leader right .well i dont and won,t bow down to obama and if that just make u mad then tough luck .

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