Who do you support for Governor in Pe...
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#48171 Mar 12, 2013
Farnsworth wrote:
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He was more successful as President of the US than let's say your messiah Mitt Romnuts.
Just keep on praying to your loser messiah Mitt Romnuts. Oh yeah he will save the American economy from the success's and achievments that Barack Obama has ressurected from the big dump that your previous messiah-in-chief GW Bush left in a brown bag on our porch filled with you know what....
So keep up the good work ....Mitt Romeny in 2016.....yeah baby
Its gonna happen again...watch and see
He will buy his way in again.....hahahahahaa
This is funny but seriously I think Romnuts has a chance this time, don't you?
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Man’s Country

Madsen published an article in his Wayne Madsen Report in May 2010 claiming Obama and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel were members of the same bathhouse in Chicago.

“President Obama and his chief of staff Rahm Emanuel are lifetime members of the same gay bathhouse in uptown Chicago, according to informed sources in Chicago’s gay community, as well as veteran political sources in the city,” Madsen wrote.

He said the bathhouse,“Man’s Country,” catered “to older men,” noting “it has been in business for some 30 years and is known as one of uptown Chicago’s ‘grand old bathhouses.’”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/09/claim-obama-hid-ga...

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Romnuts?

You mean obummernuts
Mitt R

West Mifflin, PA

#48172 Mar 12, 2013
Paul Ryan in Wonderland: Chapter Six

It didnt work before the election, it wont work now, and never will.

Sorry folks. After watching Representative Paul Ryan launch his much-anticipated budget for the fiscal year 2014, I can’t keep up the pretense. The plan is a joke. It’s dead on arrival, and nobody should pay much attention to it, except as another exhibit in the indictment of latter-day Republicanism. Ryan’s numbers don’t add up. His proposals—cutting domestic programs, converting Medicare to a voucher program, returning Medicaid to the states, reducing the top rate of income tax to twenty-five per cent—were roundly rejected by the voters just five months ago. And the philosophy his plan is based upon—trickle-down economics combined with an unbridled hostility toward government programs designed to correct market failures—is tattered and shopworn.

The contents of Ryan’s plan aren’t new, or nearly new. Give or take a few minor details, it’s a rehashed version of the budget he put out twelve months ago, which itself was a retread of the budget he issued the year before that, which was based on his 2010 plan. In fact, he’s been trotting out this pablum for six years now. Back in 2008, he unveiled his original budget under the workmanlike name “Roadmap for America’s Future.” As my colleague Ryan Lizza pointed out in an informative piece on Ryan last year, the blueprint, which proposed replacing Medicare with a voucher program, attracted just a handful of Republican votes and didn’t make it out of committee. But Ryan didn’t give up on his clunker, he just gave it a more uplifting name:“The Path to Prosperity.”(Give the Wisconsin cowlick credit for one thing: he appears to have studied his Orwell, as well as his Ayn Rand.) This year again, the same moniker appears on the budget’s front page. A more realistic title would be:“Paul Ryan in Wonderland: Chapter Six.”

About the only argument you can make for Ryan’s budgets (or roadmaps, or pathways) is that they aren’t budgets at all: they are political manifestos. A few years ago, well before he was chosen as a Vice-Presidential candidate, I asked Grover Norquist, who knows a thing or two about Republican politics, what function Ryan performed in the G.O.P. and why, even then, he was taken seriously by pundits and party elders.“Ryan’s role is to point to the Promised Land,” Norquist replied. As leaders of their respective caucuses, workaday pols like John Boehner and Mitch McConnell have to get involved in the messy business of tangling with the White House over actual legislation. Ryan can float above it all, working out in the House gym, speaking to Republican policy retreats, and updating Rand’s message for the twenty-first century.

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/johncas...
truth

Erie, PA

#48174 Mar 12, 2013
Greed

Anonymous Proxy

#48177 Mar 12, 2013
MoneyMoneyMoney
DTMReallybobbyar emissing

Chambersburg, PA

#48178 Mar 12, 2013
Where's Dan the man/ Really/bobby 6464? The three of them haven't been here today.
Sandwich

Clearfield, PA

#48179 Mar 12, 2013
DTMReallybobbyaremissing wrote:
Where's Dan the man/ Really/bobby 6464? The three of them haven't been here today.
They are having a threesome and fighting over who gets to be in the middle.
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#48180 Mar 12, 2013
Here are the average spending increases per year in raw dollars (not adjusted for inflation) in descending order by president:

President
Fiscal year baseline
Last fiscal year
Average percentage increase per year

Carter 1977 1981 16.4
Nixon 1969 1975 13.5
Johnson 1964 1969 11.0
George W. Bush 2001 2009 10.2
Reagan 1981 1989 8.6
Kennedy 1961 1964 7.1
George H.W. Bush 1989 1993 5.8
Clinton 1993 2001 4.0
Eisenhower 1953 1961 3.6
Obama 2009 2013 1.4



So, using raw dollars, Obama did oversee the lowest annual increases in spending of any president in 60 years.

Why does Obama spend so much according to Republicans ?

LØØK HERE AND SEE!!

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...

Folks, you cant make this shit up!
CASSIUS KING

Louisville, KY

#48181 Mar 12, 2013
Did you forget to add the healthcare bill and an additional 1.5 trillion ? What a dumb azz ! Kind of shatters all previous presidential spending. What a clown. Go get your free cheese you little rat bastard !
D Cheney wrote:
Here are the average spending increases per year in raw dollars (not adjusted for inflation) in descending order by president:
President
Fiscal year baseline
Last fiscal year
Average percentage increase per year
Carter 1977 1981 16.4
Nixon 1969 1975 13.5
Johnson 1964 1969 11.0
George W. Bush 2001 2009 10.2
Reagan 1981 1989 8.6
Kennedy 1961 1964 7.1
George H.W. Bush 1989 1993 5.8
Clinton 1993 2001 4.0
Eisenhower 1953 1961 3.6
Obama 2009 2013 1.4
So, using raw dollars, Obama did oversee the lowest annual increases in spending of any president in 60 years.
Why does Obama spend so much according to Republicans ?
LØØK HERE AND SEE!!
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...
Folks, you cant make this shit up!
George

Youngstown, OH

#48182 Mar 12, 2013
I support no one.
Condi Rice

West Mifflin, PA

#48184 Mar 12, 2013
Here are the average spending increases per year in raw dollars (not adjusted for inflation) in descending order by president:

President
Fiscal year baseline
Last fiscal year
Average percentage increase per year

Carter 1977 1981 16.4
Nixon 1969 1975 13.5
Johnson 1964 1969 11.0
George W. Bush 2001 2009 10.2
Reagan 1981 1989 8.6
Kennedy 1961 1964 7.1
George H.W. Bush 1989 1993 5.8
Clinton 1993 2001 4.0
Eisenhower 1953 1961 3.6
Obama 2009 2013 1.4

So, using raw dollars, Obama did oversee the lowest annual increases in spending of any president in 60 years.

Why does Obama spend so much according to Republicans ?

LØØK HERE AND SEE!!

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...

Folks, you cant make this shit up!

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
JustMy2Cents

United States

#48189 Mar 12, 2013
Figures don't lie, but liars figure.Reagan did more deficit spending than all presidents before him combined.Bush 41 didn't, but he had only 1 term.Clinton had balanced budgets and a surplus.No deficit reduction. Bush 43 did more deficit spending than all presdents before him combined.Obama has more deficit spending than all presidents combined.This is the Snowball Effect. 1.6% of Trillions is more than 8.4% of Billions.

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#48190 Mar 12, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Your analysis fails because real estate taxes benefit only local government, while disaster aid comes from federal taxpayers.
Low-lying areas of New Orleans should be abandoned to nature.
I see your point. We should not rebuild natural disaster areas but relocate those people. Spend a dollar now to save 100 in 20 or 50 years.

It must be nice for you to live in an area where no natural disasters happen that you have no need for federal assistance at all.

So you won't mind that if you get hit by one, the nation will abandon you to "bad luck", right? I'll assume you are covered by free market, private insurance.

'"E Pluribus Unum" be damned' should be the national motto, eh?

JustMy2Cents

United States

#48191 Mar 12, 2013
greymouser wrote:
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I see your point. We should not rebuild natural disaster areas but relocate those people. Spend a dollar now to save 100 in 20 or 50 years.
It must be nice for you to live in an area where no natural disasters happen that you have no need for federal assistance at all.
So you won't mind that if you get hit by one, the nation will abandon you to "bad luck", right? I'll assume you are covered by free market, private insurance.
'"E Pluribus Unum" be damned' should be the national motto, eh?
Did the federal gov't aid the victims of the Kansas Dustbowl in the '20's? Did they survive? And yes,they you should be covered by free market, private insurance. Or rather, ban private insurance and pay it to the gov't, as they can cover you more fairly and efficiently.

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#48192 Mar 12, 2013
JustMy2Cents wrote:
<quoted text>Did the federal gov't aid the victims of the Kansas Dustbowl in the '20's? Did they survive? And yes,they you should be covered by free market, private insurance. Or rather, ban private insurance and pay it to the gov't, as they can cover you more fairly and efficiently.
You do realize that the Dust Bowl was a result of unregulated farmers trying to fulfill the "dream"? Work hard, get big reward.

And the result was a Tragedy of the Commons on a national scale.

I tend to shy away from any discussions about agricultural subsidies because I'd rather pay a farmer a little now not to till every piece of land to fulfill a free market dream than risk another Dust Bowl event.

And, tell me. What happens to the private insurance companies when they run out of money in the event of another Dust Bowl? Who is going to pick up the slack?

You get to pay more taxes on the bailout while the insurance company execs spend some money on advertising telling you the government is awful.

Socialize the costs, privatize the rewards is not capitalism.
qiwwiw

Pittsburgh, PA

#48193 Mar 13, 2013
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Vote Putin
Dennis

Baltimore, MD

#48194 Mar 13, 2013
Mitt Romney 2012 ....yeah baby...hahahahahahaha

It could happen
Dennis

Baltimore, MD

#48195 Mar 13, 2013
Mitt Romney 2016 .....yeah baby

It could happen too.

Motto: Leave the middle class behind in the rear view mirror.
Romney.Romney.Romney....

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#48201 Mar 13, 2013
The only thing racial hating tea bags can do about all that is bitch, belly ache, moan and groan about it over this here internet with nothing of substance to show for it, huh dumb ass taxi? Your brethren are proven political elections failures, ha ha ha ha ahhhhhhhh dumb asses.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#48206 Mar 13, 2013
More to do about nothing from the dumb ass taxi. Your a proven warrior for politicians that america did not want. Fight fight fight with all your proven ignorance taxi dumb ass3

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#48207 Mar 13, 2013
Dumb ass taxi, you feel free to use cut and paste any time as your ignorant racial hating ass ran out of options a long time ago, ha ha ha ahhhhh just do it.

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