Phil Roe is a Kochsucker.
Posted in the Johnson City Forum
#1 Sep 13, 2013
It doesn't take but 30 seconds of being in a room with this worm and his band of fairy staff to realize that this hairy little ball of manlesness would drop to his knees and suck the snotty end of the Koch Brothers Fsticks. Can you imagine being associates with this comb over Trump wanna be? Oh sure, the ignorance that runs amuck in Johnson City is understandable. My God, it's a federal district, but look aroind. It's sandwiched in between to state districts that are so GD stupid that on one side they voted in the fat radio evangelist Matthew Hill of the Hill White Trash Clan and just north is the 6th district with the roaring imbisil Ron Ramsey. All jokes aside. Honest to Gid I'm amazed that Ramsey can find his way home at the end of every day. I don't mean this in a demeaning way, but I think he's retarded. Literally!
I wish all of them had been in the twin towers. I would support Al Qaeda if they ever decide to take on the likes of these types of Treasonists. It would be like the lessor of the two evils.
Phil Roe voted against aid to those who died trying to assist those trapped in the twin towers and he wants to act like he cares about those who died there? Horse hockey in the first degree. If you people are stupid enough to buy these men as your leaders, it's no wonder that God has made this the third worst commercial area in the third poorest state in the nation,
Stupid in and Stupid Out.
Roe consistently votes against aid to wounded veterans and votes 100 % to hand outs to military contractors for $600 Ramseys, I mean toilets. People of the tri cities, you're the Stupidestpeople on the planet Earth and every year you get worse. These men aren't fit to be even called men and you call them your leaders? There's not enough manhood in the Hill gang, Roe, Ramsey, Lindberg and DipShipley to construct a small schoolgirl.
Tomorrow, the best that corruption and dirty money can put together will take their football team to the west coast to a REAL state on the Pacific. The ball game will be symbolic of the civil war that is about to occur in the US. Rocky Top and and a handful of drunk hilbillys and a wiener dog will arrive in Oregon like they know something. And their ass will be handed to them in their hat. Oregon will crush the evil Orange and ina. Few years, the rest of the nation will have heard enough threats and remarks from this lost of wimps and then a major ass whopping will befall them.
Until then. I suggest that Ramsey and Roe and the others just keep running those DLickers, because that's just adding fodder. It's coming boyZ. Just keep it up. Don't slow down a bit. Keep it up !!!
#2 Sep 13, 2013
I like mustard on em myself.
#3 Sep 21, 2013
I like Roe. I love his hit songs "Dizzy" and "Sweet Little Sheila" and "Jam Up And Jelly Tight" and "Sweet Pea" and "Hooray For Hazel" and....
#4 Sep 21, 2013
Well, you are part of the minority because Roe generated more than 80% of the vote. Get used to him because he isn't going anywhere. Fortunately, there aren't many like you in his district.
#6 Sep 22, 2013
Unless he gets hit by a bus, Roe isn't undefeatable. An d 80% stupid is just about the going rate around here.....
Roe is the worst that mankind has to offer and so are those who vote for him.
Do you people enjoy being led around like puppets.
#7 Sep 22, 2013
No, what we enjoy is seeing radical rednecks blame everyone but themselves for their standard of living.
#8 Sep 22, 2013
For once, I aint going to defend Ros from liberal attacks. So, go right ahead and speak ill of him.
Heck, I think Ill join you.
Phil Roe lost me when he said this...
Which was a lie.
He was just goin along with the dirty parlor trick tha John Boehner was trying to slick past us. And Roe was part of that set. They were going to pass a sham bill to give the appearance of defunding Obamacare, so as to trick us stupid conservatives back home, I suppose.
But the bill would have been a backdoor trick. The democrat senate would have stripped out the defund language, and it would have been a nothing gained situation for us conservatives.
Nice try House Republicans!
But we caught you.
A wise man once said that...He who chases two chickens, will loose them both".
Roe and the Republicans should listen to that.
Because like it is now, they are being politically attacked by both the left, and the right, with narry a friend in sight.
There is a political bar fight going on in America right now. Congress may want to stay above it, but they cant unless the move to the moon or something.
Whenever one is in a bar fight, the best idea is to just pick a side and start swinging.
Staying in the middle will result in having to fight both sides.
Thats where Roe and the Republicans in the House and Senate are is right now. And they are too dumb, and arrogant, to know it.
#9 Sep 23, 2013
Don't you mean Tommy?
#10 Feb 2, 2014
Dang! You people up there in Tennessee don't care whether you have to work every Saturday, Sunday, and Holiday or not?
#11 Feb 2, 2014
No, we simply don't want our taxes going to people who refuse to work at all or can't be hired due to their bad personal choices, i.e. drugs, crime, laziness, drinking, etc.
How many times have you seen somebody with a tattoo use a food stamp card or receives welfare? They can afford the tattoo, they can afford the booze and drugs, but need help with housing and food????? It gets old.
#12 Feb 2, 2014
And just what do you propose to do about their kids Pop, punish the kids too, or take them away and build state orphanages???
By the way, what are you, a Libertarian Republican, a Tea Party Republican, or a John Birch Republican?
#13 Feb 2, 2014
So let's see, we have shoveled money at the war on poverty for 50 years and it is worse now than fifty years ago. So you want to continue doing the exact same thing hoping for different results. That makes a lot of sense. How about forcing the parents to take care of their own kids instead of providing all these safety nets and not making them personally accountable for their actions. You and people like you cause this problem, you don't help it.
#14 Feb 2, 2014
Pop I started working in 1963 for the Federal Minimum Wage $1.25 an hour, Gasoline was 31 cents a gallon....4 gallons X 31 cents is $1.24.
The Fed Minimum Wage Now is what?$7,25 and yuou can buy a tad over 2 Gallons with it.
So, in real money, I made Twice as much as they do now.
My Dad Owned a fairly large Grocery Store, I grew up working in that store, I rotated stock, cleaned the shelves and stamped the price on canned goods as I stacked them. Campbells Tomato Soup was 8 Cents a can.... divide 8 into $1.25 an hour and you get 15 and 5/8 cans of soup an hour
Campbells Tomato Soup today is $1.00 a can normally.... divide 1.00into 7.25 an hour and you come up with a tad over 7 cans of Campbells Tomato Soup an hour..
So again I made Twice as much Real Money back in 1963 as people do now working for Minimum Wage.. and I dang sure was not rolling in the money in 1963...
I don't have to scratch my head and wonder why people can't make it without food stamps, SNAP, and the rest of those programs.
We are subsidizing Companies who don't pay enough for people to live on......We may be taking care of people that you don't like, but the real beneficiary is the company they work for. That company is living on the dole and milking the taxpayers......I get tired of THAT situation....
#15 Feb 2, 2014
Republican TeaBaggers like Michelle Bachmann make my butt want to suck a sour lemon.... she gets $174,000 a year for being a butthole in Congress Plus the Federal Farm Subsidies.
And Bachmann wants to do away with the Minimum Wage of $7.25 an Hour because it is TOO MUCH money........
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#16 Feb 2, 2014
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#17 Feb 2, 2014
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#18 Feb 3, 2014
Can't sleep so I might as well respond to this baloney. "Patriot," you tend to make conclusions with only some of the facts. You are only looking at the "wage" portion of an employee's compensation. You totally ignore the other costs and/or benefits that are made on the employee's behalf by the employer.
What was social security tax then versus now? Remember, your employer pays half of your social security. Social Security tax is now more than it was back then, a lot more.
Medicare tax was not even an entity back when you started working. It is now a basic component of an employee's wages paid for by the employer.
What was workman's comp insurance back then versus now? This is also a basic component of labor costs. In case you don't know, this is a huge cost.
Did you have the FMLA back then? Another government program that increases the cost of labor.
How about OSHA regulations? Not much of those back then, plenty of them now.
All of these costs must be added to the actual employee's wages to determine the total cost of that employee. Now, we get to add healthcare as a basic component of labor cost. That will stagnate wages even more.
Corporate tax revenue is at its all time highest. How exactly are we subsidizing corporations? Even if we were, do you not realize that most non-government employment comes from corporations. No corporations = no jobs. Do you know what is the single factor that breed poverty is? It is unemployment. So why facilitate unemployment with government hurdles. This doesn't make much sense other than you feel sorry for some people who have gotten spoiled and have become addicted to government benefits.
Don't get me wrong, paying taxes if every American and American corporations's responsibility. But don't expect American business to provide the basic needs for every citizen. First, they simply can't do it. Second, we have some savy citizens. Once they figure out they don't have to work to eat or have housing, they won't. That is our society today. A lot of this started when drugs became a problem in U.S. but alcohol does its own damage as well. We also basically have some lazy citizens in our midst's.
Some people do need help through no fault of their own. Yes, we should provide temporary assistance to these. However, we should not simply throw money at everyone with objective of hopefully helping out some who deserve this assistance. This is what happens when an entity manages someone else's money - waste. And that is exactly what we have today and this is exactly what liberal politics sponsors.
I say no more and so does most of the country.
#19 Feb 3, 2014
I forgot to add one thing Patriot, we are $17 million in debt. We simply can't continue to outspend our revenue forever. Even if everyone paid 100% of their income in taxes, we would still not reduce our debt significantly. Therefore, we have to spend less. We can't afford to waste the taxpayers money any longer.
Here are some examples of the waste I am talking about
#20 Feb 3, 2014
Now that you put it that way lol I agree
#21 Feb 3, 2014
Repent Pop, get out of the Devil's Republican Tea Party, No wonder you can't sleep with Satan chasing you in your dreams.
What Have the Tea Party and the Church of Satan Got in Common? Answer: the Sinister Ayn Rand
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