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Wartime

United States

#290 Jul 27, 2010
Vance1 wrote:
AMERICANS have certainly changed their response to the Ohbama in a short 18 months....Wonder why?
I'd name more than $3 TRILLION reasons, but the unions would have to empty their pockets to provide an accurate count.
Chill Out

Piercy, CA

#291 Jul 27, 2010
84% of Democrats, 43% of Independents, and 13% of Republicans favor Obama's economic policies over Bush's.

http://www.pollingreport.com/budget.htm

42% of Democrats, 32% of Independents, and 21% of Republicans favor repealing ALL of Bush's tax cuts.

http://www.pollingreport.com/budget.htm

Gallup poll shows voters have over 300% more confidence in Obama than they do in Congress.

http://www.pollingreport.com/institut.htm

Gallup weekly tracking poll of generic ballots shows registered voters favor Democrat over Republican candidates 48% to 44%

http://www.pollingreport.com/2010.htm

“Liberal Teachers ruin Kids”

Since: Mar 09

Paradise Valley Arizona

#292 Jul 27, 2010
Wartime wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd name more than $3 TRILLION reasons, but the unions would have to empty their pockets to provide an accurate count.
A++ Rating...Thanks
Teach

Danbury, CT

#294 Jul 28, 2010
Razors Edge wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong,Indentured was a ruse to escape kidnapping charges,actually the word
was KIDNABBING those days,remember this these unfortunate victims where
completely illiterate,could neither read or write? let alone comprehend
complex indentured contracts?? Indentured servants were not snatched in
the street,chained beaten,killed,bodies fed to the Sharks on the Middle
passages,sold,on the blocks,separated lashed,and worked to death in the
Plantations of VA???? So forget that smoke screen,Indentured came later
when unskilled workers were apprenticed to skilled workers to learn a
trade,even then they were required to have a modicum of learning..Which
thanks to the Royal Family,they were normally deprived of??????????
Some indentures came willingly, usually for a term of five to seven years, often to apprentice to learn a trade. Many were given clothing, tools for their trade and sometimes, land upon finishing their terms.

Others were sent here as convicts. Their term was a forced sentence, often longer than seven years. "Convicts" also included religious seperatists and political prisoners, whose terms were sold at auction after being brought here in bondage, and who were often auctioned off alongside African slaves. They also died in passage and were thrown overboard as shark food, though the conditions of their "transprortation" weren't nearly as harsh as those transported from Africa.

And yes, they were often snatched off the streets (mostly children) and 'pressed'(impressed) into service, either in the English Navy or as indentures in the Colonies. The Scots were often the target of those being snatched, a fact that is still talked about in Scotland today (particularly Glasgow).

In 1700, there were far more "indentures" than there were African slaves, though the demand here in these colonies dropped off after African slavery took hold.

It's an interesting subject that is rarely touched upon in our school systems, but there is plenty of historical data for those who want to find it.

“Resistance is Futile”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#296 Jul 28, 2010
We will remember in November....

LIEberals are political toast...
matti

Benicarló, Spain

#297 Jul 28, 2010
republicrats----------two heads one body...both the same controled by wall street,military industtrail complex,cia and globalist foundations........

vote thrid party..........
Konnecticut_Bett er_Yet

Norwich, CT

#299 Jul 28, 2010
Chill Out wrote:
84% of Democrats, 43% of Independents, and 13% of Republicans favor Obama's economic policies over Bush's.
http://www.pollingreport.com/budget.htm
42% of Democrats, 32% of Independents, and 21% of Republicans favor repealing ALL of Bush's tax cuts.
http://www.pollingreport.com/budget.htm
Gallup poll shows voters have over 300% more confidence in Obama than they do in Congress.
http://www.pollingreport.com/institut.htm
Gallup weekly tracking poll of generic ballots shows registered voters favor Democrat over Republican candidates 48% to 44%
http://www.pollingreport.com/2010.htm
Of course--after the liberal media's concerted effort to smear everyone and everything on the right, of course there's going to be this kind of response. When more and more people learn about JournoList, and stop and think, those polls will turn around. People will soon see the "summer of recovery" is nothing but an episode of 'The Emperor's New Clothes. Remind them unemployment was 5% under Bush and 10% now, under Obama. Remind them that Bush warned Barney Frank and Chris Dodd on half a dozen occasions that the housing bubble and the economy as a whole was on the verge of collapse, and they did absolutely nothing, being derelict of their duties. Remind them that Obama quadrupled Bush's deficit and tripled his debt. Obama borrowed more money than all the other presidents combined. Remind voters of these things then take another poll, then get back to me.
Responsibility

South San Francisco, CA

#302 Jul 28, 2010
SPAWN SATANS MASTER wrote:
LIEberals are political toast...
Our toast still takes better than the republicant one smeared with a jam called NO and the tea bagged toast smeared with tea leaves! LOLL

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#303 Jul 28, 2010
"By taxing and parceling out more than a third of what Americans produce, through regulations that reach deep into American life, our ruling class is making itself the arbiter of wealth and poverty. While the economic value of anything depends on sellers and buyers agreeing on that value as civil equals in the absence of force, modern government is about nothing if not tampering with civil equality. By endowing some in society with power to force others to sell cheaper than they would, and forcing others yet to buy at higher prices -- even to buy in the first place -- modern government makes valuable some things that are not, and devalues others that are. Thus if you are not among the favored guests at the table where officials make detailed lists of who is to receive what at whose expense, you are on the menu. Eventually, pretending forcibly that valueless things have value dilutes the currency's value for all."

"How the country class and ruling class might clash on each item of their contrasting agendas is beyond my scope. Suffice it to say that the ruling class's greatest difficulty -- aside from being outnumbered -- will be to argue, against the grain of reality, that the revolution it continues to press upon America is sustainable. For its part, the country class's greatest difficulty will be to enable a revolution to take place without imposing it. America has been imposed on enough."

http://spectator.org/archives/2010/07/16/amer...

LONG READ but WELL WORTH THE TIME!!
Responsibility

South San Francisco, CA

#304 Jul 28, 2010
Correction - tastes
Responsibility

South San Francisco, CA

#305 Jul 28, 2010
Konnecticut_Better_Yet wrote:
<quoted text>
Remind voters of these things then take another poll, then get back to me.
You are right and wrong - voters need hardly be "reminded" of the mess we have to clean up after the last president. It will take longer than this president and beyond.
Konnecticut_Bett er_Yet

Norwich, CT

#306 Jul 28, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
<quoted text>
You are right and wrong - voters need hardly be "reminded" of the mess we have to clean up after the last president. It will take longer than this president and beyond.
Clean up the mess? You don't clean up the mess by quadrupling the deficit, tripling the debt, doubling the unemployment rate and raise taxes. Obama is just making a bad situation much, much worse. He does not have the experience, intelligence nor competence to begin to solve these problems. That's why you're seeing the disaster you are.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#307 Jul 28, 2010
Konnecticut_Better_Yet wrote:
<quoted text>
Clean up the mess? You don't clean up the mess by quadrupling the deficit, tripling the debt, doubling the unemployment rate and raise taxes. Obama is just making a bad situation much, much worse. He does not have the experience, intelligence nor competence to begin to solve these problems. That's why you're seeing the disaster you are.
Libwhacks are impossible, I've stopped wasting good internet ink on them...to see how far off into kookoo land they are, just notice how far gone their lib bastion states are, such as Cal, NY, Ohio, Michigan....all Blue states, all bankrupt, and about to fold up like a cheap tent.
Joe

Kansas City, KS

#308 Jul 28, 2010
Conservaturds wrote:
Speaking of jobs, The laughing liberal's position as top GOP spammer seems secure. Who knows, his salary may be part of the $3 million per week the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is spending to discredit Obama so that Democrats lose seats this fall so Republicans can repeal all the reforms Democrats put in place.
No one person or group has to try and discredit Obama.....he seems to have taken that chore on all by himself.
Zombie Corpse Rental

San Jose, CA

#309 Jul 28, 2010
Gladys wrote:
I can't wait for 2012, do you know he is going on another 10 day vacation in August? I wonder if he is going to fly the dog again?
Maybe he'll get stinking drunk on the Crawford Ranch - er, I mean, maybe he'll cut brush on the Crawford Ranch!
Yeah, that's the ticket. Go the ranch and cut some brush.
lola

AOL

#310 Jul 28, 2010
Let us pray that obama, last term, if not china will own our country, no one can keep borrowing money , we have nothing but debt for years to come. Istill want to know where he got all that money to best schools,manions to live in now he has no worryies, as we will be supporting him from now on, how many more presidents can this country take care of.
Joe

Kansas City, KS

#311 Jul 28, 2010
Chill Out wrote:
84% of Democrats, 43% of Independents, and 13% of Republicans favor Obama's economic policies over Bush's.
http://www.pollingreport.com/budget.htm
42% of Democrats, 32% of Independents, and 21% of Republicans favor repealing ALL of Bush's tax cuts.
http://www.pollingreport.com/budget.htm
Gallup poll shows voters have over 300% more confidence in Obama than they do in Congress.
http://www.pollingreport.com/institut.htm
Gallup weekly tracking poll of generic ballots shows registered voters favor Democrat over Republican candidates 48% to 44%
http://www.pollingreport.com/2010.htm
Look what I found on your pollingreport.com website:

57% disapprove of the way Obama is handling the economy.

54% disapprove of the way Obama is handling the health care policy.

62% disapprove of the way Obama is handling the federal budget.

59% disapprove of the way Obama is handling illegal immigration.

I could go on and on, but I did not see one positive poll figure for the so called chosen one.

“Stercus accidit!”

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#312 Jul 28, 2010
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
Libwhacks are impossible, I've stopped wasting good internet ink on them...to see how far off into kookoo land they are, just notice how far gone their lib bastion states are, such as Cal, NY, Ohio, Michigan....all Blue states, all bankrupt, and about to fold up like a cheap tent.
Love it!

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#313 Jul 28, 2010
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
Libwhacks are impossible, I've stopped wasting good internet ink on them...to see how far off into kookoo land they are, just notice how far gone their lib bastion states are, such as Cal, NY, Ohio, Michigan....all Blue states, all bankrupt, and about to fold up like a cheap tent.
LOL!!!

And Gawgia is any better off? LOL!!!

Last I heard you can't get water anymore, and have a slight meth problem, not to mention some of the lowest education scores in America. Good going.
Shady Lady

United States

#314 Jul 28, 2010
The mess caused by the current President makes the last President look like a genius. In 8 years under President Bush our unemployment was around 6.5%. We pray every day to see something like that from this President. We had a Healthcare system admired by most of the world, now we have to share with illegal aliens from all over the world. Nationalizing the banks make it nearly impossible to buy a home, and we probably not be able to keep it with jobs going to Non Americans. The Unions are selling jobs for $1,000. apiece, but who can afford that? No, we are much worse off then we ever were under any other President, or any other Democrat Congress.

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