Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
USMC STILL

San Antonio, TX

#2169 Aug 12, 2012
Fred Gee Sanford wrote:
<quoted text>You're spot on until you reach the garbage about Mandel. You'd rather have Brown? That tells me you really want Obama, too.
We can both agree on Obama and have a different view of Mandel. He is a coward and his wife looks like a post op transsexual.

My opinion!
USMC STILL

San Antonio, TX

#2171 Aug 12, 2012
He was a non-combat reservist and he ALLOWS himself to be called a war hero.

Him in his uniform then him asking for votes is disgraceful! Coward
free

Loveland, OH

#2173 Aug 12, 2012
Welfare state of Obama is bleeding down companies in your 401k's, pensions & retirement portfolios that have devalued your middle class investments by how much, 40%, 50%, 70%? How much have you lost in the value of your farms and other real estate ? Again..... the poor have no cash reserves to take and are living off vouchers & hand outs & government subsidies. Not of Romney or Ryan or the GOP. Geesh, what part of poverty don't you understand ?
Even farmers are being subsidized for the crops and livestock. Are they impoverished buying new tractors and farm implements and farms left & right ? What's the net worth of these impoverished farmers if they are middle class ? My brother in law was crying that they didn't make any money on the farm last year, then in the same breath complained that he had to buy a new truck or pay the same in taxes.
The Obama crowd has you hoodwinked and cornfused !
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>your right, Moderate, Progressive, Severely Conservative Mitt Romney is the Savior! for the Welfare State more than Obama. Romeny proved that in Massachusetts when he handed out free wheels to Massachusetts welfare recipients besides Romneycare.
Mitt Romney defends his welfare wheels from GOP outrage
http://bostonherald.com/news/us_politics/view...
free

Loveland, OH

#2174 Aug 12, 2012
You're a misguided Jar Head ! What are representing ? What are you fighting for Macho Man ?
USMC STILL wrote:
He was a non-combat reservist and he ALLOWS himself to be called a war hero.
Him in his uniform then him asking for votes is disgraceful! Coward
free

Loveland, OH

#2175 Aug 12, 2012
So a flat tax where everyone pays either of two tax rates that eliminates tax write offs for middle and upper income earners who are paying taxes anyway. And they don't have to file long form returns because they won't to calculate mortgage interest (supporting the reservation banking industry) anymore, filing their own simplified returns, that will eliminate tax preparers, tax attorneys and CPA's..... Eliminate tax loopholes and legal tax deductions, hmmmm let's see. The Ryan Budget proposal sounds even better when you explain it.
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Once again, you are wrong. The Ryan Budget, which Romney supports, creates a regressive flat tax with two percentages and eliminates most write offs (like your mortgage, chief). Although in all fairness, Ryan refuses to say which write offs he will eliminate (that way, everyone gets to think their favorite ones are safe).
USMC STILL

San Antonio, TX

#2176 Aug 12, 2012
Fred Gee Sanford wrote:
<quoted text>Where has he been called a war hero? I've never seen it.
And show me a politician who ever served who didn't tout that service in an election campaign. I saw Dukakis do it, I saw Al Gore do it, too. Reagan, Nixon, Johnson...they ALL did it.
I guess that makes it alright.... Watch TV, his campaign is Doing it

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2177 Aug 12, 2012
free wrote:
Welfare state of Obama is bleeding down companies in your 401k's, pensions & retirement portfolios that have devalued your middle class investments by how much, 40%, 50%, 70%? How much have you lost in the value of your farms and other real estate ? Again..... the poor have no cash reserves to take and are living off vouchers & hand outs & government subsidies. Not of Romney or Ryan or the GOP. Geesh, what part of poverty don't you understand ?
Even farmers are being subsidized for the crops and livestock. Are they impoverished buying new tractors and farm implements and farms left & right ? What's the net worth of these impoverished farmers if they are middle class ? My brother in law was crying that they didn't make any money on the farm last year, then in the same breath complained that he had to buy a new truck or pay the same in taxes.
The Obama crowd has you hoodwinked and cornfused !
<quoted text>
I am doing better now than under Bush, Romney comes in I believe he will raise taxes & fees just like he did in Massachusetts. I believe the Federal Government needs to eliminate subsidizing farmers for the crops and livestock and if they cant do it, get out of farming and let the people who know how to do it without the government instead they want the government to keep providing them. if it wasnt for the government providing for this debeat farmers around here locally they wouldnt be farming to begin with and why I am against Crop Insurance Program which is just like Obamacare Subsidized insurance.
free

Loveland, OH

#2178 Aug 12, 2012
Obama's old lady is a post op transgendersexual ? You got that right. You can't tell me she doesn't have dude DNA ? Now come on, that's an experiment gone wrong.
Howie Mandel served, unlike community organized agitator Obama from Indonesian controlled Kenya. You'd follow military orders from Ocracker in battle ?
USMC STILL wrote:
<quoted text>
We can both agree on Obama and have a different view of Mandel. He is a coward and his wife looks like a post op transsexual.
My opinion!
free

Loveland, OH

#2179 Aug 12, 2012
Farmers are no different than union subsidized thugs. You're right about letting the new generation of farmers fend for themselves, sink or swim. Most would drown without agri-welfare to prop them up. But what's there to replace them if they fail, mega farms, government farms and developers who scavange real estate ?
Romney alone will probably maintain the status quo, leaving the policy making to the House who control subsidized spending.
I would guess Bush's policies are still dictating your "doing better" because there is no one in this administration who knows fig about agri-business and the farming community. 95% of this bunch are theoritical academics with no practical experience in the real world. Don't follow a false prophet !
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I am doing better now than under Bush, Romney comes in I believe he will raise taxes & fees just like he did in Massachusetts. I believe the Federal Government needs to eliminate subsidizing farmers for the crops and livestock and if they cant do it, get out of farming and let the people who know how to do it without the government instead they want the government to keep providing them. if it wasnt for the government providing for this debeat farmers around here locally they wouldnt be farming to begin with and why I am against Crop Insurance Program which is just like Obamacare Subsidized insurance.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2180 Aug 12, 2012
free wrote:
Farmers are no different than union subsidized thugs. You're right about letting the new generation of farmers fend for themselves, sink or swim. Most would drown without agri-welfare to prop them up. But what's there to replace them if they fail, mega farms, government farms and developers who scavange real estate ?
Romney alone will probably maintain the status quo, leaving the policy making to the House who control subsidized spending.
I would guess Bush's policies are still dictating your "doing better" because there is no one in this administration who knows fig about agri-business and the farming community. 95% of this bunch are theoritical academics with no practical experience in the real world. Don't follow a false prophet !
<quoted text>
your right about the theoritical academics with no practical experience in the real world they proved that when they said the US was going to have a record Corn Crop which is all fine & great in a perfect world and Obama did extend the Bush Tax Cuts, but when you said "that New Generation Farmers would drown without agri-welfare to prop them up" all you have to do is eliminate all government subsidies and put everyone on equal playing field and there would be establish farmers & farms fail because they cant still do without the government that is big problem. when you say "what's there to replace them if they fail, mega farms, government farms and developers who scavange real estate" it would be somebody like Romney borrow a bunch of money and then bankrupt it and walk away, no just joking, it would be farmers that are not dependent on Government Subsidies just like around here we have farmers that dont participate in the Government programs and dont want nothing to do with and are doing just fine and have for years and why they keep buying up farms when they go up for sale but there is chance too when they get too big then can fail which I believe we going to see after all this dry weather this year which I believe alot of farms will be going under.

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#2181 Aug 13, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I am doing better now than under Bush, Romney comes in I believe he will raise taxes & fees just like he did in Massachusetts. I believe the Federal Government needs to eliminate subsidizing farmers for the crops and livestock and if they cant do it, get out of farming and let the people who know how to do it without the government instead they want the government to keep providing them. if it wasnt for the government providing for this debeat farmers around here locally they wouldnt be farming to begin with and why I am against Crop Insurance Program which is just like Obamacare Subsidized insurance.
Where is the "rest" of you plan?
GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#2182 Aug 13, 2012
USMC STILL wrote:
He was a non-combat reservist and he ALLOWS himself to be called a war hero.
Him in his uniform then him asking for votes is disgraceful! Coward
Standing next to let's say Obama or Clinton, he may look heroic.
free

Loveland, OH

#2183 Aug 13, 2012
Union thug might have been a little strong.
Romney/Ryan will look at agriculture as an industry too important to fail and small farming operations as business entites absolutely worth saving. What are small operations doing to become self sustaining ? Are they educating themselves to survive or just content with inheriting the old way of thinking, hoping to take over the farm.
Problem with that is there may be additional siblings competing for a piece of the acreage pie or in alot of cases, no interest at all to returning to farming after college if they go.
There's probably a generation of college educated farmers who went off to study agriculture and came back to help run & eventually take over the family, who are now ready to retire. They find their kids and grandkids are not interested in making a living like that and don't come back, leaving the family farms to be bought out and taking the windfall profits of the sales and walking away. Whether the sale is to another agri operation or a developer looking for cheap ground to build on, the small family farm is threatened.
I couldn't imagine the start up costs an agri-entreprenuer would need to get into farming without low cost assistence.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#2184 Aug 13, 2012
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>

If Ryan or Romney ever gave tax cuts to the wealthy and increased taxes on the middle-class, not only would it end their political careers, but put the party in jeopardy of ever being in leadership again. Do you really think they would do that?
Yes.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#2185 Aug 13, 2012
free wrote:
Welfare state of Obama is bleeding down companies in your 401k's, pensions & retirement portfolios that have devalued your middle class investments by how much, 40%, 50%, 70%? How much have you lost in the value of your farms and other real estate ? Again..... the poor have no cash reserves to take and are living off vouchers & hand outs & government subsidies. Not of Romney or Ryan or the GOP. Geesh, what part of poverty don't you understand ?

<quoted text>
The repeal of Glass-Steagall has everything to do with this. It's not "welfare". Well, welfare for the wealthy maybe.

Look it up, Einstein.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2186 Aug 13, 2012
DON W SOUTH wrote:
<quoted text>Where is the "rest" of you plan?
that is the plan self reliance and works, not the government providing programs to support people & corporations and nobody wants self reliance.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2187 Aug 13, 2012
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
The repeal of Glass-Steagall has everything to do with this. It's not "welfare". Well, welfare for the wealthy maybe.
Look it up, Einstein.
that is what we have today a Welfare system for wealthy today and alot live off the government through with the redistribution of taxes with tax credits and Subsidies but its not welfare to them.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2188 Aug 13, 2012
free wrote:
Union thug might have been a little strong.
Romney/Ryan will look at agriculture as an industry too important to fail and small farming operations as business entites absolutely worth saving. What are small operations doing to become self sustaining ? Are they educating themselves to survive or just content with inheriting the old way of thinking, hoping to take over the farm.
Problem with that is there may be additional siblings competing for a piece of the acreage pie or in alot of cases, no interest at all to returning to farming after college if they go.
There's probably a generation of college educated farmers who went off to study agriculture and came back to help run & eventually take over the family, who are now ready to retire. They find their kids and grandkids are not interested in making a living like that and don't come back, leaving the family farms to be bought out and taking the windfall profits of the sales and walking away. Whether the sale is to another agri operation or a developer looking for cheap ground to build on, the small family farm is threatened.
I couldn't imagine the start up costs an agri-entreprenuer would need to get into farming without low cost assistence.
it can be done but it will take almost 2 generations before you see all the fruit come off the tree and I have always been told that and I believe that too.
free

Loveland, OH

#2189 Aug 13, 2012
So where do you fit in with your agri business ?
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>it can be done but it will take almost 2 generations before you see all the fruit come off the tree and I have always been told that and I believe that too.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2190 Aug 13, 2012
free wrote:
So where do you fit in with your agri business ?
<quoted text>
producer, the individual that creates the use value for Society.

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