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“I don't need no stinkin job.”

Since: May 09

Topix Bar and Grill

#1 Nov 2, 2012
I predict all the FAUX Nooze junkies that post on this forum will undergo a total meltdown between now and election day.

Book it!

“I don't need no stinkin job.”

Since: May 09

Topix Bar and Grill

#3 Nov 2, 2012
......^just as I predicted^……
nick

United States

#5 Nov 2, 2012
Uh, no. Spoken by a either a delusional or ignorant soul. OBAMA 2012

“I don't need no stinkin job.”

Since: May 09

Topix Bar and Grill

#8 Nov 2, 2012
Harold1000 wrote:
you need to research Obama what his values and ethics are and not base your vote of the failings of past administrations.. what Obama is going to do to this country if re-elected is what voters should be basing their vote on.. not political affiliation, race, or personality. Check him out he is so anti-American it makes me sick to think that people are actually believing that he is good for this country. I dont think Mitt Romney is the best choice to lead our country in these times, however he is the only alternative we have.
If you are against social programs then you should insist to everyone of your elderly relatives that they destroy and burn their Medicare Cards.
LBT hates America

Germany

#10 Nov 2, 2012
No one knows what will happen. Maybe that means it will be close, and maybe it doesn't. Maybe a surprise is in store. But the fact that Barack Obama is fighting for his political life is still one of the great political stories of the modern era.

Look at where he started, placing his hand on the Bible Abe Lincoln was sworn in on in 1861. It was Jan. 20, 2009. The new president was 47 and in the kind of position politicians can only dream of—a historic figure walking in, the first African-American president, broadly backed by the American people. He won by 9.5 million votes. Two days after his inauguration, Gallup had him at 68% approval, only 12% disapproval. He had a Democratic Senate, and for a time a cloture-proof 60 members. He had a Democratic House (256-178) with a colorful, energetic speaker. The mainstream media were excited about him, supportive of him.

His political foes were demoralized, their party fractured.

Books will be written about what happened, but early on the president made two terrible legislative decisions. The stimulus bill was a political disaster, and it wasn't the cost, it was the content. We were in crisis, losing jobs. People would have accepted high spending if it looked promising. But the stimulus was the same old same old, pure pork aimed at reliable constituencies. It would course through the economy with little effect. And it would not receive a single Republican vote in the House (three in the Senate), which was bad for Washington, bad for our politics. It was a catastrophic victory. It did say there was a new boss in town. But it also said the new boss was out of his league.

Then health care, a mistake beginning to end. The president's 14-month-long preoccupation with ObamaCare signaled that he did not share the urgency of people's most immediate concerns—jobs, the economy, all the coming fiscal cliffs. The famous 2,000-page bill added to their misery by adding to their fear.

Voters would have had to trust the president a lot to believe his program wouldn't raise their premiums, wouldn't limit their autonomy, wouldn't make a shaky system worse.

But they didn't trust him that much, because they'd just met him. They didn't really know him.

You have to build the kind of trust it takes to do something so all-encompassing. It is a mystery why the president didn't second-guess himself more, doubt himself. Instead he kept going forward as if it were working.

He doesn't do chastened. He didn't do what Bill Clinton learned to do, after he took a drubbing in 1994: change course and prosper.

Mr. Obama may yet emerge victorious. There are, obviously, many factors in every race. Maybe, as one for instance, the seriousness of the storm has sharpened people's anxieties—there are no local crises anymore, a local disaster is a national disaster—so that anxiety will leave some people leaning toward the status quo, toward the known.

Or maybe, conversely, they'll think he failed to slow the oceans' rise.

We'll know soon.

Whatever happens, Mr. Obama will not own the room again as once he did.
LBT hates America

Germany

#11 Nov 2, 2012
New Obamacare Tax Form Mandates Americans Report Personal Health ID Info to IRS
Here's why the IRS will require Americans to disclose their personal health ID information starting in 2014

When Obamacare’s individual mandate takes effect in 2014, all Americans who file income tax returns must complete an additional IRS tax form. The new form will require disclosure of a taxpayer’s personal identifying health information in order to determine compliance with the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate.

As confirmed by IRS testimony to the tax-writing House Committee on Ways and Means,“taxpayers will file their tax returns reporting their health insurance coverage, and/or making a payment”.

So why will the Obama IRS require your personal identifying health information?

Simply put, there is no way for the IRS to enforce Obamacare’s individual mandate without such an invasive reporting scheme. Every January, health insurance companies across America will send out tax documents to each insured individual. This tax document—a copy of which will be furnished to the IRS—must contain sufficient information for taxpayers to prove that they purchased qualifying health insurance under Obamacare.

This new tax information document must, at a minimum, contain: the name and health insurance identification number of the taxpayer; the name and tax identification number of the health insurance company; the number of months the taxpayer was covered by this insurance plan; and whether or not the plan was purchased in one of Obamacare’s “exchanges.”

This will involve millions of new tax documents landing in mailboxes across America every January, along with the usual raft of W-2s, 1099s, and 1098s. At tax time, the 140 million families who file a tax return will have to get acquainted with a brand new tax filing form. Six million of these families will end up paying Obamacare’s individual mandate non-compliance tax penalty.

As a service to the public, Americans for Tax Reform has released a projected version of this tax form to help families and tax specialists prepare for this additional filing requirement. Taxpayers may view the projected IRS form at www.ObamacareTaxForm.com or see below. On the form, lines 3-4 show where taxpayers will disclose their personal identifying health information.
LBT hates America

Germany

#12 Nov 2, 2012
Mitt Romney’s White House bid comes down to business experience – i.e. he has it, the president doesn’t.

To that end, the Romney campaign trotted out a roster of well-known business leaders Thursday who are backing the Republican presidential nominee. Supporters include Charles Schwab, Cisco Chief Executive John Chambers and Bernie Marcus, the co-founder of Home Depot. The newest name on the list belongs to Intel CEO Paul Otellini, a member of President Barack Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness. Mr. Otellini’s relationship with the president has been hot-and-cold since Mr. Obama took office. In 2010, he criticized the administration for failing to generate more robust job growth. He was particularly critical of the stimulus. But the Intel CEO joined the president’s so-called jobs council to much fanfare the following year as Mr. Obama embarked on a very public – if short-lived – courtship of big business.

The president lauded Intel for investing in the U.S. during a trip last year to one of the chipmaker’s advanced manufacturing facilities in Oregon. During the visit, Mr. Otellini announced plans to build a $5 billion production facility in Arizona that would employ thousands of workers in the U.S. The Intel chief also made two high-profile trips to the White House, including a state dinner with Chinese President Hu Jintao. But the jobs council has not held an official meeting since January – a fact Republicans like to highlight.

The Intel chief has called for lowering corporate tax rates and scrapping some tax loopholes – a priority shared by Messrs. Obama Romney – but he told Charlie Rose in 2010 that the administration was slow to embrace ideas offered up by the business community to spur job growth.

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LBT hates America

Germany

#13 Nov 2, 2012
With the latest jobs report, it is now the case that "Under Obama, Food Stamp Growth [Is] 75 Times Greater Than Job Creation," according to statistics compiled by the Republican side of the Senate Budget Committee. "For Every Person Added to Jobs Rolls Since January 2009, 75 People Added To Food Stamp Rolls."

Since January 2009, as the chart shows, a net of 194,000 new jobs have been created. During that same time, 14.7 million have been added to the food stamp rolls.

"Simply put, the President’s policies have not produced jobs. During his time in office, 14.7 million people were added to the food stamp rolls. Over that same time, only 194,000 jobs were created—thus 76 people went on food stamps for every one that found a job," says Senator Jeff Sessions, ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee. "This is a product of low growth. Post-recession economic growth in 2010 was 2.4%, and dropped in 2011 to 1.8%. This year it has dropped again to 1.77%. Few, if any, net jobs will be created with growth of less than 2%."

In January 2009, there were 133.56 million Americans with jobs and 31.98 million on food stamps. Today, there are 133.76 million Americans with jobs and 46.68 million on food stamps. The employment rolls have thus grown by 0.15 percent and the food stamp rolls have grown by 46 percent, meaning that for every one American who found a job, 75 Americans signed up for food stamps. Meanwhile, during that time, our nation’s debt has risen $5.63 trillion. Total spending on food stamps is now more than $80 billion annually, a fourfold increase from 2001. Total spending on federal means-tested welfare—food stamps, public housing, social services, cash aid, etc.—is now approximately $1 trillion. That amount is enough, if converted to cash, to send every household beneath the federal poverty line an annual check for $60,000.

Welfare spending is projected to remain permanently elevated; for instance, at no point in the next 10 years will fewer than 1 in 9 Americans be on food stamps. In fact, the Administration has actively sought to boost food stamp spending and enrollment, including through a partnership with the Mexican government to advertise benefits to foreign nationals, as well as materials that teach outreach workers how to “overcome the word ‘No.’” USDA even goes so far as to argue that the program is “the most direct stimulus you can get.”

Overall, in the last four years, the United States’ gross federal debt has increased 53 percent, food stamp enrollment has increased 46 percent, and the number of employed persons has increased just 0.15 percent. This picture, however, is even more ominous than it looks. While only 194,000 net jobs have been created since 2009, the working age population has increased by approximately 5 million—almost 25 times that amount. In other words, a shrinking share of working age adults have or are even looking for a job. The real unemployment number (U-6), therefore, is 14.6 percent.

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Topix Bar and Grill

#14 Nov 2, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Yea, and close down ALL schools, colleges and universities ! Don't want that socialism to continue, now do we !
LOL!!!!
nick

United States

#15 Nov 2, 2012
Notice how the morons rant and rant massive paragraphs of nonsense like the Unibombers ridiculous manifesto when two simple words can sum it all up. OBAMA BIDEN 2012.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Nov 2, 2012
Harold100/Amanda Two enthusiastically promotes the KKK on Topix. Anything she/he/it has to say about Obama should be dismissed in view of that.
guy

United States

#17 Nov 2, 2012
IT fits em nicely. OBAMA 2012
Jessica Christovibe

United States

#19 Nov 2, 2012
So lbt hates america knows how to copy and paste. wow. I wonder if he or she will share what kook website it was copied from?
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#20 Nov 2, 2012
Fox News knows Romney has lost. Charles Krauthammer looks pretty glum. Obama is pulling away in Ohio. Game over. Four more years.
guy

United States

#21 Nov 2, 2012
Game over is right. Proud to have four more years of President Obama.
LOL at Liberals

France

#22 Nov 2, 2012
Jessica Christovibe wrote:
So lbt hates america knows how to copy and paste. wow. I wonder if he or she will share what kook website it was copied from?
He knows how to find good information and cut and paste but you don't even know how to find what you're looking for on line. Sux2BU.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#23 Nov 2, 2012
LOL at Liberals wrote:
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He knows how to find good information and cut and paste but you don't even know how to find what you're looking for on line. Sux2BU.
Hyenas laugh a lot too. They're not very smart either. You can find those cut and pastes all over the internet. In the right wing echo chamber. Their last gasp lies before they lose. Winning without honor is not good. Losing without honor just plain stinks. Either way, the GOP has no honor.
GuestA

Euless, TX

#24 Nov 2, 2012
Harold1000 wrote:
you need to research Obama what his values and ethics are and not base your vote of the failings of past administrations.. what Obama is going to do to this country if re-elected is what voters should be basing their vote on.. not political affiliation, race, or personality. Check him out he is so anti-American it makes me sick to think that people are actually believing that he is good for this country. I dont think Mitt Romney is the best choice to lead our country in these times, however he is the only alternative we have.
boo Obama. I can't stand him
guest

Cabot, AR

#27 Nov 2, 2012
rMoney and Obama suck equally. One from the left, the other from the right.

Whichever wins, the nation is hosed.
guest

Cabot, AR

#29 Nov 2, 2012
guest is a turd wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like you're hosed.
Yeah. Been a Democrat my whole life. But the last 20 years (particularly the last 4) have shown me the light. The Democrats are just as useless as the Republicans.

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