Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

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gary

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Oct 8, 2012
 
only 191 comments to go to hit 10,000. who's going to win> lol
Reality Speaks

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I felt that way about Wall Street & the Banks especially, they were the ones that started it all.
packaging toxic mortgages to be sold with a AAA rating had nothing to do with it then?

Barney the fag Frank and Chris Dodd sent Fannie & Freddie backed loans to wall street to be sold to the private sector as AAA rated securities to free up cash flow so they could continue granting loans to people that could never pay them back.

when the bubble burst on the fraud, the exposure was so great that it collapsed the financial markets.

Banks and Wall Street were ordered to comply, or have the Federal Govt become an enemy.

In closing, your post is inaccurate.
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#10411
Oct 8, 2012
 
what difference does it make who you vote for. theyre all corporate lackeys. as rafael corea said, "theres more of a difference between what i think in the morning, and what i think at night, than the difference between the republicans and democrats." the best choice is just to overthrow politician that represents corporate interests over the working class.
Duke for Mayor

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Private Sector sure wants to depend on Corporate Welfare.
Private corporations running prisons. Kurt Vonnegut correctly predicted that, and several other developments in his novel "Hocus Pocus" in 1990.

http://articles.latimes.com/1990-09-02/books/...

"The year is 2001; all prisons are "color-coded," and Hartke, having lost his job at the college for dyslexics, is teaching at an all-black prison when the escape occurs. No one believes that blacks are smart enough to engineer their own escape. That Hartke is charged at all is, he says, "a racist conclusion, based on the belief that black people couldn't mastermind anything. I will say so in court."

The prison is guarded (and run for profit, successfully) by the Japanese; they own most of the United States, at least everything that the Germans don't own. Nobody of any importance uses dollars any more; anything that's worth buying is best paid for with yen. "There I was in late middle age," Hartke says, "cut loose in a thoroughly looted, bankrupt nation whose assets had been sold off to foreigners, a nation swamped by unchecked plagues and superstition and illiteracy and hypnotic TV, with virtually no health services for the poor." Sound familiar?

The Japanese warden at the prison, a witness to and survivor of Hiroshima, tells Hartke: "What a clever trap your Ruling Class set for us. First the atomic bomb. Now this. They looted your public and corporate treasuries, and turned your industries over to nincompoops. Then they had your Government borrow so heavily from us that we had no choice but to send over an Army of Occupation in business suits. Never before has the Ruling Class of a country found a way to stick other countries with all the responsibilities their wealth might imply, and still remain rich beyond the dreams of avarice! No wonder they thought the comatose Ronald Reagan was a great President!" Sound familiar?

While the escaped prisoners are raping and murdering their way through the college for dyslexics, Hartke ruminates on the miraculous good fortune that the college students are away on vacation--just imagine how much more raping and murdering there could have been! He also speculates that the government is likely to bomb both the college town and the prison. Why? "How many Americans knew or cared anyway where or what the Mohiga Valley was, or Laos or Cambodia or Tripoli? Thanks to our great educational system and TV, half of them couldn't even find their own country on a map of the world. Three-quarters of them couldn't put the cap back on a bottle of whiskey without crossing the threads." That's why. Vonnegut is very funny, but he's not kidding. Remember the Alamo? Here is how Vonnegut remembers it: "that the martyrs at the Alamo had died for the right to own black slaves. They didn't want to be a part of Mexico any more because it was against the law in that country to own slaves of any kind."

Is Vonnegut an anti-American? Don't be silly! "I have no reforms to propose," he writes. "I think any form of government, not just Capitalism, is whatever the people who have all our money, drunk or sober, sane or insane, decide to do today." And furthermore, "All nations bigger than Denmark are crocks of doo-doo." So much for government; as for religion: "The most important message of a crucifix ... was how unspeakably cruel supposedly sane human beings can be when under orders from a superior authority." As for the conquest of space and the presumed superiority of human beings: "Wanting every habitable planet to be inhabited is like wanting everybody to have athlete's foot." Vonnegut does not worship a single sacred cow--not even "high art" escapes unscathed. "Making the most of the materials of futility," he calls it.

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ernie

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#10413
Oct 8, 2012
 
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Private Sector sure wants to depend on Corporate Welfare.
when corporations profit, theyre privatised. when they lose money, they get nationalised

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Private Sector sure wants to depend on Corporate Welfare.
Indy, we can get rid of oil subsidies and and the price of gas will imediately go up 4 cents. It doesn't matter one iota to anyone but democrats pitching a fit over it and I mean one that would make a 4 year old proud.....

I'd love to be rid of direct cyclical farm subsidies so pussyfaced idiots like Duke and Che would shut the hell up and quite crying over it. The price of corn and beans would go up and even more herds of cattle, hogs, and chickens would be sold to slaughter. The price of meat is slated to go up approximately 5% next year.... What's another 5 or 10%....?

Seriously its no skin off my nose and it seriously doesn't bother most conservatives for the most part. It's just a red herring to keep the shyt stirred amongst the moonbats who always want more free shyt like birth control.

I submit that its democrats keeping all those subsidies alive for several reasons. It's because :

1- democrats need to make sure all these subsidies are handed out because its a form of wealth redistribution that in their pea brains think they will someday control overall income of anyone in farming.

2- democrats will always have a slick way of demogoging republicans for ever trying to get rid of them.... Be damned if they do and be damned if they don't. Slick democrats.....

3- democrats will always have a great excuse to keep paying more subsidies to the NON producer class if the PRODUCER class always get em.......
Che Reagan Christ

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xxxrayted wrote:
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That's part of it. The larger picture is that few government employees will vote Republican. The larger the government, the more Democrat voters.
I wonder what departments grew in employees during Obama's term. I wonder whether the number of federal emplouees grew during W.'s term. I wonder whether the size of the federal government grew under Reagan?
Che Reagan Christ

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Oops I thought I was on another thread!
The argument over big government is the dems like to tax and spend! The more you tax the more federal employees you must have. As well as all the different departments they create. The must be staffed and regulated
Demcrats tax and spend. Republicans borrow and spend. How has that worked out?
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Indy, we can get rid of oil subsidies and and the price of gas will imediately go up 4 cents. It doesn't matter one iota to anyone but democrats pitching a fit over it and I mean one that would make a 4 year old proud.....
Dump the subsidies and Nationalize the oil exploration, extraction, and gasoline refinery industries in America. Pay off the middlemen for their assets and cut em out of the loop a la Chavez, but without the corruption.

woof
Che Reagan Christ

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Oct 8, 2012
 
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Indy, we can get rid of oil subsidies and and the price of gas will imediately go up 4 cents. It doesn't matter one iota to anyone but democrats pitching a fit over it and I mean one that would make a 4 year old proud.....
I'd love to be rid of direct cyclical farm subsidies so pussyfaced idiots like Duke and Che would shut the hell up and quite crying over it. The price of corn and beans would go up and even more herds of cattle, hogs, and chickens would be sold to slaughter. The price of meat is slated to go up approximately 5% next year.... What's another 5 or 10%....?
Seriously its no skin off my nose and it seriously doesn't bother most conservatives for the most part. It's just a red herring to keep the shyt stirred amongst the moonbats who always want more free shyt like birth control.
I submit that its democrats keeping all those subsidies alive for several reasons. It's because :
1- democrats need to make sure all these subsidies are handed out because its a form of wealth redistribution that in their pea brains think they will someday control overall income of anyone in farming.
2- democrats will always have a slick way of demogoging republicans for ever trying to get rid of them.... Be damned if they do and be damned if they don't. Slick democrats.....
3- democrats will always have a great excuse to keep paying more subsidies to the NON producer class if the PRODUCER class always get em.......
To sum up your post, getting rid of the subsidies is bad and keeping the subsidies is bad. Thanks for your help.

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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packaging toxic mortgages to be sold with a AAA rating had nothing to do with it then?
Barney the fag Frank and Chris Dodd sent Fannie & Freddie backed loans to wall street to be sold to the private sector as AAA rated securities to free up cash flow so they could continue granting loans to people that could never pay them back.
when the bubble burst on the fraud, the exposure was so great that it collapsed the financial markets.
Banks and Wall Street were ordered to comply, or have the Federal Govt become an enemy.
In closing, your post is inaccurate.
I agree no doubt, the Federal Government was involved to an extent but Wall Street even went farther after the Repeal of portion of the Glass Steagall Act and this is where Socialism took the wrong turn by Repealing part of Glass Steagall act and with that allowed the use of Derivatives which was a win win for Wall Street & the Banks if those mortage back securities they repackaged failed or any other investments failed and were backed by derivatives and anybody that bought into those derivatives was going to loose which was Wall Street & the Banks intent, but it was the US tax payers who lost with TARP thanks to Clinton & the Republican controlled Congress in 1999 for repeal of Glass Steagall.

Clinton: I Was Wrong to Listen to Wrong Advice Against Regulating Derivatives*

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2010/04/...
Anal Andy

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Obama sucks.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Demcrats tax and spend. Republicans borrow and spend. How has that worked out?
Republican Keynesians

By BRUCE BARTLETT

Most Republicans and conservatives despise the British economist John Maynard Keynes and believe his theories are the root of all evil in economic policy. Yet when push comes to shove, Republicans are happy to fall back on Keynesian theories when it suits them.

http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/05/29/...

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Dump the subsidies and Nationalize the oil exploration, extraction, and gasoline refinery industries in America. Pay off the middlemen for their assets and cut em out of the loop a la Chavez, but without the corruption.
woof
You're a complete dumbass if you think there wont be corruptuon in that fabulous idea.... Everyone knows theres corruption to beat all hell involved with Ceasars green energy bullshit.

Even then...... Let's just hypothetical out your idea.... Do you know how much money the post offuce loses a day???? 43 million bucks..... How many billions does Amtrak now lose on a yearly basis?

Incredibly

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Duke.
But at least you're still trying.....
Anal Andy

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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To sum up your post, getting rid of the subsidies is bad and keeping the subsidies is bad. Thanks for your help.
Reading is fundamental... Reading more than the first sentance helps too. Dumbass.
Che Reagan Christ

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UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Reading is fundamental... Reading more than the first sentance helps too. Dumbass.
Yeah, I read it. That's how I know in the first part of your post you described the evils that would occur if we got rid of those subsidies.

Then, at the end of your post, you described how evil you thought democrats were for maintaining the subsidies.

Nice trick.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Yeah, I read it. That's how I know in the first part of your post you described the evils that would occur if we got rid of those subsidies.
Then, at the end of your post, you described how evil you thought democrats were for maintaining the subsidies.
Nice trick.
Seriously. Get rid of em.... Why not?

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You got the white house and the senate for another 29 days.... (Well, till January technically). Go for it...

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Oct 8, 2012
 
The prices going up isn't that big of a deal and I didn't say those things as a repercussion.... Just stating the facts.... So why not go for it?

You guys had a f*cking super majority....

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