Bayless

South Pittsburg, TN

#79250 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
Four men died because these people would not give the added security requested before the attack and would not send help after the attack.
Well that's due to Sequestration.

Or Global Warming maybe.
pony girl

Livingston, TN

#79255 May 9, 2013
The Original Amused wrote:
<quoted text>
It's getting harder and harder to believe you reeeeally voted for Obama. What's your stance on abortion? Same-sex marriage? Do you now conveniently believe Obama is a Muslim? Socialist?
What is your stance on those issues?
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#79256 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>Well, D. wrong side of the bed? As to Chic-fil-A, they did not cave, they have the same corporate policy statement on marriage and the Fri. that was a show support day was the busiest in their history.They set a world record for sales, mine was one of their sales. You can check their corporate statement at their College Park Hq., just a few miles from where I live. As to diversity,in the countries that I lived in and visited, English wasn't spoken very much. As to clubs, they aren't for everyone and you appear to not be a "club" person. That's fine, don't join one. As to terrorist organizations, I didn't label Hezbolla and Hamas, the leadership of the PLO, as terrorist organizations. Our own State Dept. did. As to deep sea fishing, come on down to Costa Rica, you will have a place to stay, free.
Your buddy Dan, caved by stopping all donations to anti-gay organizations. So much for you and your friends knowing anything about cultural diversity. So yeah just stay in your lil Club and pretend you are mightier than thou.
As for terrorist organizations, what do you think a Father or Mother calls someone who has just killed their son/daughter in the occupied territories buy a plane, bomb and jet fuel made in America, flown by an Israeli pilot. The killing goes both ways!

But they did speak English.

As for the fishing, would that be on the Pacific side, as the Marlin and Sail are bigger on that side.

Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#79257 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>Poor Dunlapian gets his "news" from Al Jazeera, the communications arm of the terrorists. No wonder he is confused about the enemy. Israel certainly knows who the enemy is.
It's a good thing that you are getting all of the dis-information.
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#79258 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>Swell, maybe the Dunlapian can visit them.Learn how to become a terrorist.
Now was that really called for?
Olivia

Manchester, TN

#79259 May 9, 2013
ORIGINAL WILLARD wrote:
<quoted text>
Individual welfare bankrupted America long before the relatively new practice of corporate cronyism and corporate welfare. This isn't to insinuate credibility in any of it, because there isn't any..by design or administration.
I do not attempt to exonerate corrupt banking entities or their hierarchy of leadership. It is this very fraternity which has been, and remains complicit with this administration's plan to direct public outrage against small community banks, surviving small and medium sized corporations not involved in international import or export, small business operators and transient venture capital we desperately need. You'll disagree, but the flourishing of this very componentry of our complex economy is critical to America's very survival. The elaborate bait and switch scam continues. As you should be aware, many of the GS upper echelon now serve the President, in one way or another.
America should be honored to recognize many decent and moral business executives who well serve their employees, customer base, stock-holders and..our economy! Once competitiveness is erased and economic stability is compromised by government picking and choosing winners/losers, America stands to reap the attendant inevitability of a literal failure of government.
Sad, Sad Sad. Voo Doo economics persist in spite of those who lived through "trickle down economics". Translated "Piss on the working class" economics. We are wiser. BOOOOOOOO.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#79260 May 9, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text>I saw no administration plan to direct public outrage at small community banks. The policies instituted by this (and the previous administration) were designed to save a lot of banks of all sizes from becoming another drag on the economy as a LOT of them found themselves insolvent and carrying a ton of OREO at inflated value after the collapse of real estate values.
If the practice of basicially giving money to banks at zero interest had not taken place most of these institutions would have ceased to exist at all. The cost to the FDIC would have been astronomical.
I have done business with a local bank for 40 years and all I needed to do when I needed a loan, was call. I could then write a check and fill out the paperwork at my leisure. This bank got in so much trouble with the forclosure mess and the fall in real estate values that the FDIC now oversees EVERY transaction, no matter how small, and a 90 day note for a few thousand, now requires approval of the board of directors and the FDIC.
This is happening all over the country and has caused the result you reference above, a drying up capital for small businesses That has caused not a few to fail that might not have, as well as killing the dreams of some would love to start their own business.
If there's an inability or unwillingness to concede to the President's willful propulsion of class warfare in America, the fruit of associative rhetorical themes being clearly evident in legislative initiatives and administrative pursuits effecting the entire financial theater, futility would then be the remaining premise upon which I may have to offer you acceptable presentation of my thoughts. We all know which banks received most of the stimulus funds and which ones didn't. The disparity however, bore no appropriate correlation (as they were to a large degree - punitive) concerning which banks were plunged into what I believe to be excessive governmental intervention and bureaucratic bullying...which is unnecessarily costing small and middle sized banks and their customers more money! I suspect you are someone in support of the so-called consumer protections legislation (Dodd/Frank CPA) and its devilish details, I am not!

Additionally, I bitterly disagree with your summation of necessity for the "too big to fail" bail-outs of financial institutions. First of all, the worst of offenders received most of the proceeds. I am in the camp of economists believing these troubled institutions should have been allowed to seek debt reorganization through bankruptcy proceedings which would allow more solvent banks and investors access to the spoils of insolvency. It is my belief that wrong and unconstitutional decisions were made in this regard and the racing national debt is unabashedly corroborative!

Suffice it to say, we are in much disagreement, but My contention was, and remains that this president is directing great and dangerous social "out-rage" which he himself has produced against Americans considered to be in personal financial soundness, investment, assets, savings, and most of all..any investment capital. If I was incorrect, the fear which now holds business and investment potentialities paralyzed wouldn't exist. This is precisely what the National Chamber of Commerce attempted to bring to the president, but he wouldn't hear it!

The president's war is much broader yet. Obama is now clearly recognized as a divisive figure without restraint of compunction to willingly bait elements of society into estrangement from others\, ever moving toward a controllable and convenient arrangement of social sub-groups to easily manipulate! It's called - divide and conquer!

I shortened your post somewhat for space. tks.
Olivia

Manchester, TN

#79261 May 9, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Now was that really called for?
One way or another, no in between.
Olivia

Manchester, TN

#79262 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>Or racism or hate or homophobia or...
Wait a few decades. Maybe you and I will die before it comes to fruition, but there is a no turning back Global temp.After that, the clock just ticks until the oceans die and then we die. The earth will recover after thousands of years and a new life form may emerge, or maybe not for a millennia. We stride forward with eyes wide shut into our own annihilation. It only takes 6 degrees. We are almost at two. But when we reach two, there is no turning back, there is too much momentum to overcome. I hope MOBIL,STANDARD OIL,BRITISH PETROLEUM, ETC. have a rich full life, at the expense of life on earth as we know it.
Olivia

Manchester, TN

#79264 May 9, 2013
ORIGINAL WILLARD wrote:
<quoted text>
If there's an inability or unwillingness to concede to the President's willful propulsion of class warfare in America, the fruit of associative rhetorical themes being clearly evident in legislative initiatives and administrative pursuits effecting the entire financial theater, futility would then be the remaining premise upon which I may have to offer you acceptable presentation of my thoughts. We all know which banks received most of the stimulus funds and which ones didn't. The disparity however, bore no appropriate correlation (as they were to a large degree - punitive) concerning which banks were plunged into what I believe to be excessive governmental intervention and bureaucratic bullying...which is unnecessarily costing small and middle sized banks and their customers more money! I suspect you are someone in support of the so-called consumer protections legislation (Dodd/Frank CPA) and its devilish details, I am not!
Additionally, I bitterly disagree with your summation of necessity for the "too big to fail" bail-outs of financial institutions. First of all, the worst of offenders received most of the proceeds. I am in the camp of economists believing these troubled institutions should have been allowed to seek debt reorganization through bankruptcy proceedings which would allow more solvent banks and investors access to the spoils of insolvency. It is my belief that wrong and unconstitutional decisions were made in this regard and the racing national debt is

unabashedly corroborative!
Suffice it to say, we are in much disagreement, but My contention was, and remains that this president is directing great and dangerous social "out-rage" which he himself has produced against Americans considered to be in personal financial soundness, investment, assets, savings, and most of all..any investment capital. If I was incorrect, the fear which now holds business and investment potentialities paralyzed wouldn't exist. This is precisely what the National Chamber of Commerce attempted to bring to the president, but he wouldn't hear it!
The president's war is much broader yet. Obama is now clearly recognized as a divisive figure without restraint of compunction to willingly bait elements of society into estrangement from others\, ever moving toward a controllable and convenient arrangement of social sub-groups to easily manipulate! It's called - divide and conquer!
I shortened your post somewhat for space. tks.
My cat really enjoyed burying that post in her litter box. Even she recognizes crap when she smells it.
Jeff

South Pittsburg, TN

#79265 May 9, 2013
Olivia wrote:
<quoted text>
Wait a few decades. Maybe you and I will die before it comes to fruition, but there is a no turning back Global temp.After that, the clock just ticks until the oceans die and then we die. The earth will recover after thousands of years and a new life form may emerge, or maybe not for a millennia. We stride forward with eyes wide shut into our own annihilation. It only takes 6 degrees. We are almost at two. But when we reach two, there is no turning back, there is too much momentum to overcome. I hope MOBIL,STANDARD OIL,BRITISH PETROLEUM, ETC. have a rich full life, at the expense of life on earth as we know it.
...and after the Earth warms....it cools.....then it warms again....then it cools....on and on.

It's called a cycle - and the Earth has seen a great many changes both to the colder temps as well as the hotter temps. Much hotter than now - and much colder than now.

And...man wasn't even around to 'create' any of it.
Olivia

Manchester, TN

#79266 May 9, 2013
ORIGINAL WILLARD wrote:
<quoted text>
If there's an inability or unwillingness to concede to the President's willful propulsion of class warfare in America, the fruit of associative rhetorical themes being clearly evident in legislative initiatives and administrative pursuits effecting the entire financial theater, futility would then be the remaining premise upon which I may have to offer you acceptable presentation of my thoughts. We all know which banks received most of the stimulus funds and which ones didn't. The disparity however, bore no appropriate correlation (as they were to a large degree - punitive) concerning which banks were plunged into what I believe to be excessive governmental intervention and bureaucratic bullying...which is unnecessarily costing small and middle sized banks and their customers more money! I suspect you are someone in support of the so-called consumer protections legislation (Dodd/Frank CPA) and its devilish details, I am not!
Additionally, I bitterly disagree with your summation of necessity for the "too big to fail" bail-outs of financial institutions. First of all, the worst of offenders received most of the proceeds. I am in the camp of economists believing these troubled institutions should have been allowed to seek debt reorganization through bankruptcy proceedings which would allow more solvent banks and investors access to the spoils of insolvency. It is my belief that wrong and unconstitutional decisions were made in this regard and the racing national debt is unabashedly corroborative!
Suffice it to say, we are in much disagreement, but My contention was, and remains that this president is directing great and dangerous social "out-rage" which he himself has produced against Americans considered to be in personal financial soundness, investment, assets, savings, and most of all..any investment capital. If I was incorrect, the fear which now holds business and investment potentialities paralyzed wouldn't exist. This is precisely what the National Chamber of Commerce attempted to bring to the president, but he wouldn't hear it!
The president's war is much broader yet. Obama is now clearly recognized as a divisive figure without restraint of compunction to willingly bait elements of society into estrangement from others\, ever moving toward a controllable and convenient arrangement of social sub-groups to easily manipulate! It's called - divide and conquer!
I shortened your post somewhat for space. tks.
Class warfare is a fact, Jack. Peeps are onto the Corporate fascists.
Olivia

Manchester, TN

#79267 May 9, 2013
ORIGINAL WILLARD wrote:
<quoted text>
If there's an inability or unwillingness to concede to the President's willful propulsion of class warfare in America, the fruit of associative rhetorical themes being clearly evident in legislative initiatives and administrative pursuits effecting the entire financial theater, futility would then be the remaining premise upon which I may have to offer you acceptable presentation of my thoughts. We all know which banks received most of the stimulus funds and which ones didn't. The disparity however, bore no appropriate correlation (as they were to a large degree - punitive) concerning which banks were plunged into what I believe to be excessive governmental intervention and bureaucratic bullying...which is unnecessarily costing small and middle sized banks and their customers more money! I suspect you are someone in support of the so-called consumer protections legislation (Dodd/Frank CPA) and its devilish details, I am not!
Additionally, I bitterly disagree with your summation of necessity for the "too big to fail" bail-outs of financial institutions. First of all, the worst of offenders received most of the proceeds. I am in the camp of economists believing these troubled institutions should have been allowed to seek debt reorganization through bankruptcy proceedings which would allow more solvent banks and investors access to the spoils of insolvency. It is my belief that wrong and unconstitutional decisions were made in this regard and the racing national debt is unabashedly corroborative!
Suffice it to say, we are in much disagreement, but My contention was, and remains that this president is directing great and dangerous social "out-rage" which he himself has produced against Americans considered to be in personal financial soundness, investment, assets, savings, and most of all..any investment capital. If I was incorrect, the fear which now holds business and investment potentialities paralyzed wouldn't exist. This is precisely what the National Chamber of Commerce attempted to bring to the president, but he wouldn't hear it!
The president's war is much broader yet. Obama is now clearly recognized as a divisive figure without restraint of compunction to willingly bait elements of society into estrangement from others\, ever moving toward a controllable and convenient arrangement of social sub-groups to easily manipulate! It's called - divide and conquer!
I shortened your post somewhat for space. tks.
BOOOOO. The working class are on to elitist tactics, we see you for who you are and are not as intimidated as we were. BOOOOOOOO. We can legislate too. Put that in your pipe and smoke it. BOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!
Notfromhere

United States

#79271 May 9, 2013
Olivia wrote:
<quoted text>
Bengazi was a horrible tragedy but Obama and Clinton did not have any part in hiding anything. The GOP is hurting themselves chewing on this like a dog with a bone, but please, do not let me stop you. Please, carry on.
http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2012/0...
strange crap

United States

#79272 May 9, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Your buddy Dan, caved by stopping all donations to anti-gay organizations. So much for you and your friends knowing anything about cultural diversity. So yeah just stay in your lil Club and pretend you are mightier than thou.
As for terrorist organizations, what do you think a Father or Mother calls someone who has just killed their son/daughter in the occupied territories buy a plane, bomb and jet fuel made in America, flown by an Israeli pilot. The killing goes both ways!
But they did speak English.
As for the fishing, would that be on the Pacific side, as the Marlin and Sail are bigger on that side.
Vet is a liar. He's on here all day, every day. If he was a big club participant, he wouldn't be on here constantly. He's just an elderly fool who thinks he knows everything and that his age makes him Einstein. All his background is made-up bull crap. If he was this big shot professional, do you think he would be on here all the time? It's like saying SSS is smart, and sexy and the only think true is that she's also about 110 and posts links like a lunatic. You can Google anything and act like you're an authority on any given subject. I bet he also thinks the Iraqi dinar is going to revalue.
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#79273 May 9, 2013
ORIGINAL WILLARD wrote:
<quoted text>
If there's an inability or unwillingness to concede to the President's willful propulsion of class warfare in America, the fruit of associative rhetorical themes being clearly evident in legislative initiatives and administrative pursuits effecting the entire financial theater, futility would then be the remaining premise upon which I may have to offer you acceptable presentation of my thoughts. We all know which banks received most of the stimulus funds and which ones didn't. The disparity however, bore no appropriate correlation (as they were to a large degree - punitive) concerning which banks were plunged into what I believe to be excessive governmental intervention and bureaucratic bullying...which is unnecessarily costing small and middle sized banks and their customers more money! I suspect you are someone in support of the so-called consumer protections legislation (Dodd/Frank CPA) and its devilish details, I am not!
Additionally, I bitterly disagree with your summation of necessity for the "too big to fail" bail-outs of financial institutions. First of all, the worst of offenders received most of the proceeds. I am in the camp of economists believing these troubled institutions should have been allowed to seek debt reorganization through bankruptcy proceedings which would allow more solvent banks and investors access to the spoils of insolvency. It is my belief that wrong and unconstitutional decisions were made in this regard and the racing national debt is unabashedly corroborative!
Suffice it to say, we are in much disagreement, but My contention was, and remains that this president is directing great and dangerous social "out-rage" which he himself has produced against Americans considered to be in personal financial soundness, investment, assets, savings, and most of all..any investment capital. If I was incorrect, the fear which now holds business and investment potentialities paralyzed wouldn't exist. This is precisely what the National Chamber of Commerce attempted to bring to the president, but he wouldn't hear it!
The president's war is much broader yet. Obama is now clearly recognized as a divisive figure without restraint of compunction to willingly bait elements of society into estrangement from others\, ever moving toward a controllable and convenient arrangement of social sub-groups to easily manipulate! It's called - divide and conquer!
I shortened your post somewhat for space. tks.
There is class warfare in America "Willard", but it started long before Obama was president or a senator. Class warfare was the ideal description of Reagan's tax cut strategy of trickle down economics. That was the beginning of the transference of wealth from the middle class upward. That warfare has continued through subsequent administrations, no matter party affiliation and was placed on steroids when the 21st century dawned. Obama hasn't done much to change the trajectory, not on taxes, not on poverty, not on jobs, not on trade policy. In fact, the one policy that Obama actually got enacted for average Americans wasn't even a Democratic program but a Republican one...Obamacare.
The big banks got a bailout, the small banks got a bailout because of a zero interest policy, and the homeowners who saw their biggest investment, their home decrease in value, until many were underwater owing more than their home was worth....Did they get a bailout ? No, they got the shaft.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#79275 May 9, 2013
Olivia wrote:
<quoted text>
Class warfare is a fact, Jack. Peeps are onto the Corporate fascists.
You reveal staggering ignorance here! Do you actually think "corporate fascism" can exist unto itself? If it could, it wouldn't be dangerous.

Please study what you enjoy talking about. There IS a government component. If your idea of enjoyable living is economic impoverishment, keep it up. You may one day have to eat your cat!
Tired

Dandridge, TN

#79276 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>Take a hike moron and start posting under your real name, the loon from Camden.
You are as deranged and ridiculous as willard. If it was the "loon from Camden", why would she insult herself? This thread has turned into some kind of crazy because you old men are like a steroid dose of paranoid and hysterical !
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#79278 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>If you can't take it, don't dish it out. I can think of no other reason for using Al Jazeera as a news source than for the simple reason that you are a sympathizer of Muslim Islamic terrorism.
For the second or third time, if anything I put a link to is untrue please let me know.
Also that thing about connecting me with terrorism is wrong, just plain and simple, it's nothing about not being able to take it or dish it out.......you are changing the subject. You might be able to do that with your friends at the Club, but not with me.
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#79279 May 9, 2013
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>Who spoke English? The Pacific side where most of the Marlin fishing is, blue Marlin, Black and Striped Marlin is the place to go.
In your very own post, you said, "English wasn't spoken very much", so someone did speak English. Thanks for proving my point in my post that English is the Universal Language.

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