G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#52353 Aug 31, 2013
roger has had flashbacks about his youth when a young black male kicked his ass in the 3rd grade.
he found out the kids family was democrat even since then he's been a conservative tea bagger and waves the rebel flag and has a bumper sticker on his 76 ford pick up truck saying 'eat my dust'.... he's a real jo...but we like to play with him alot, he's a fun guy that has no idea how anything works
as a child he would lick the windows on the short bus while traveling back and forth to school
he's your typical republican he hates blacks,gays, womans right to choose,equal pay for women,he hates the latinos and he's against immigration.

he quite harmless and a little slow if you know what i mean.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52354 Aug 31, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Iowa GOP to Obama: Heartland doesn’t want war with Syria
August 30, 2013
In a highly unusual move, Iowa’s two top Republican party officials are publicly urging President Obama not to go ahead with plans to bomb Syria.
“We oppose your beginning another war by bombing Syria,” Iowa GOP Chairman A.J. Spiker and party Co-chairman David Fischer wrote Mr. Obama in a letter obtained by The Washington Times.
“As fathers, we believe our children’s lives are worth far more than the price you’ll pay for admitting you’re wrong when it comes to dragging us into war in Syria,” Mr. Spiker and Mr. Fischer wrote.
Mr. Obama has said he considering ordering the U.S. bombing of selected sites in Syria after U.S. intelligence officials concluded Syrian President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons on civilians in Syria in a suburb of Damascus earlier this month.
“We believe the prosperity of America’s next generation is worth more than profits for defense contractors and the bump in the polls you and your fellow politicians may receive from portraying yourselves as wartime leaders,” the two men wrote.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
two paulbots.

http://theiowarepublican.com/2011/ron-paul-an...

and

http://iowa.theconservativereader.com/2011/05...

"I was disappointed to discover that three members of the state party’s Central Committee are serving in leadership on Ron Paul’s exploratory committee, and furthermore allowing press releases to be published highlighting the fact. The message this sends to Iowa Republicans seems inappropriate, as it may appear that the party is already endorsing Paul before the caucus.

Perhaps we might believe that since Messrs. Ivers, Fischer and Spiker were already known to be supporters of Paul when they were elected to the Central Committee that there is no reason for concern. However, I think it is unlikely that delegates, who deservedly have a high regard for each of these committee members, thought that they would see the party’s representative leadership team portrayed so visibly promoting a particular candidate."

http://underthegoldengnome.wordpress.com/2013...

"Donors to the Iowa GOP (remember them, Paulbots?) won’t and have not given to a party that is in the tank for one particular candidate regardless of who the candidate may be, but even more so when the candidate in question is not even a Republican to begin with"
Condi Rice

West Mifflin, PA

#52355 Aug 31, 2013
Statements Paul made in his 1981 book “Gold, Peace, and Prosperity,” in which he slams federally guaranteed loans, calling them “the most significant contributing factor to our inflation.”

Paul insists that the government should let the free market determine how energy is produced. He told the left-leaning Grist magazine in 2007 that research and development subsidies “are bound and determined to always misdirect money to political cronies,” and he criticized the federal government for providing ethanol subsidies.



As for earmarks, the congressman Paul requested at least $157 million for fiscal year 2011, and another $398 million for fiscal year 2010, according to his congressional Web site. The provisions included $2.5 million for a “Historic Downtown Redevelopment Project” in Baytown, Texas; $8 million for replacing recreational fishing piers damaged during hurricanes; and $18 million for ship canal operations and maintenance.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52356 Aug 31, 2013
Condi Rice wrote:
Statements Paul made in his 1981 book “Gold, Peace, and Prosperity,” in which he slams federally guaranteed loans, calling them “the most significant contributing factor to our inflation.”
Paul insists that the government should let the free market determine how energy is produced. He told the left-leaning Grist magazine in 2007 that research and development subsidies “are bound and determined to always misdirect money to political cronies,” and he criticized the federal government for providing ethanol subsidies.
As for earmarks, the congressman Paul requested at least $157 million for fiscal year 2011, and another $398 million for fiscal year 2010, according to his congressional Web site. The provisions included $2.5 million for a “Historic Downtown Redevelopment Project” in Baytown, Texas; $8 million for replacing recreational fishing piers damaged during hurricanes; and $18 million for ship canal operations and maintenance.
and then he did this.

http://www.globalwarming.org/2011/05/05/the-t...

" Most surprising and perhaps most disappointing is Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, who claims that he votes against everything that isn’t in the Constitution. I seemed to have missed the section of the Constitution that allows taking billions of dollars from taxpayers to give to fatcat billionaires and corporate welfare queens. Call it the Pickens-Your-Pocket bill."

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/112/hr1...
Al Busillo

Ringwood, NJ

#52360 Aug 31, 2013
I'll vote for who keeps this town free of underclasses.
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#52361 Aug 31, 2013
LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Mitch McConnell can’t say often enough how much he opposes Obamacare. But as the Senate’s top Republican begins his reelection campaign, the Democratic leaders of his home state are embracing the controversial health law and its ambitious goals more aggressively than any of their southern neighbors.

For Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, who is term-limited and can’t run again in 2015, making the law work is a top priority. He believes it can improve the chronically poor health status in his state and cover up to 640,000 uninsured residents.

Yes folks ,this is rebel country a red state ,a tea bag state..........

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/08/kentuck...
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#52362 Aug 31, 2013
Kentucky is the only southern state to set up its own health insurance exchange. Beshear signed an executive order to create it a year ago despite Republican opposition in the Legislature. The other southern governors have left all or part of the exchanges to the federal government. Beshear followed up earlier this year with plans to expand Medicaid to cover poor adults, which most nearby states are shunning.

Kentucky doesn’t fit the mold of the states aggressively implementing the Affordable Care Act. Most others, such as California, Vermont, Connecticut and Oregon, are more liberal states with a record of progressive social and health policy. Nor has Kentucky been a particularly high-profile innovator among states looking at new ways of delivering care or advancing public health.

But advocates see a dramatic need for better health care here: The Bluegrass State leads the country in cancer deaths, preventable hospitalizations and smoking, and it is ranked among the worst in several other categories.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/08/kentuck...
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52363 Aug 31, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Obamacare poll shock: 77 per cent want the individual mandate repealed or delayed, as the House passes a bill to block IRS enforcement
2 August 2013
A healthcare media company sponsored a scientific poll of more than 2,000 registered voters, and found a stunning 77 per cent want to see Obamacare's individual health insurance mandate delayed or scrapped entirely. That includes 49 per cent who want the mandate killed.
Just 11 per cent agreed with the Obama administration's contention that fully implementing the president's signature health care law will lower their ' total health care costs, such as appointment co-payments, monthly premiums, deductibles and drug co-payments.'
The Morning Consult commissioned the online poll from Survey Sampling International, Inc. Its margin of error is 2 percentage points.
The shocking level of public discontent comes along with news that members of Congress and their staffs have struck a deal with the White House to subsidize their enrollment in health care exchanges with taxpayer dollars.
And the House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that would deny the IRS any funding to operate or enforce the health care law.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23837...
healthcare media company?

they might as well have Baghdad Bob as their spokesman.
they use a online survey of 2000 and claim to have the pulse of the country?

the media company is run by Michael Ramlet

" He has served as an outside advisor to the Republican Governors Public Policy Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee.Previously, Michael was a policy director at the American Action Forum
which claims Jeb Bush as a leader.

hardly an unbiased source.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52365 Aug 31, 2013
Did all that whining come out of the racial hating tea bag? YEP YEP. Blame your Reagan for being a socialist. You can call whatever makes it easier for your ignorant pea brain to sleep at night, now open that bottle of Limbaugh's nut juice and lay down fool.ahhhhhh what a tough hard ass on this here Internet. Stay away from reality
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52366 Sep 1, 2013
Roger the Man LOL wrote:
<quoted text>BS. You post the same way, same typos, same misspellings and same grammar. You also forgot to log out a few times. Only a retard couldn't see this. You are a retard for trying to hide it. LMFAO. What exactly do you do for a living you retarded punk? When you were outed a few months ago, posting with the West Mifflin IP you started using the Homestead IP. When I mention dbar you crawled back out of your hole. Why don't you just post as Dan the Man<--------LMAO and forget all your other ID's? Really, get a woman or a man, you are one big loser.
you really are delusional.
medication probably would not help as you have slipped so far.

perhaps you are using the cheap stuff.
try
http://www.reynoldskitchens.com/products/alum...

"Reynolds Wrap® Super Strength is an even heavier weight foil "

perhaps you need help with.

http://zapatopi.net/afdb/build.html

"It can't be stressed enough how important it is to have the shiny side pointing out. This is needed because the shiny side is most reflective to psychotronic radiation, while the dull side can actually, in certain environmental conditions, absorb it. However, as is illustrated in the instructions above, it is also wise to complement this with a layer of foil pointing shiny side in. This will keep your brain waves, which are also reflected by the shiny side, from being picked up by mind-reading equipment. There is a small number of aluminum foil researchers who believe that this may cause an alpha-wave harmonic to build up in the skull resulting in memory loss or pseudo-religious visions, but their findings have never been replicated by the aluminum foil research community at large. Even if their findings are validated, the risk involved is small compared to the potential of mind-intrusion."

good luck as you need it.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#52369 Sep 1, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
NSA Overreach May Have Contributed To UK's Unwillingness To Help With Syria
Aug 30th 2013
As you may have heard, UK Prime Minister David Cameron dealt with something of an embarrassment when the UK Parliament voted down his Syria policy this week. There are a number of reasons why this likely happened, but an editorial in the Guardian notes that the latest NSA surveillance revelations may have had something to do with it:
"There is no evidence that British public opinion has turned isolationist. There is plenty of evidence that it is fed up with the debilitating post 9/11 years of national sacrifice, with the humiliating excesses of US national security policy (not least its abuses of human rights and surveillance), with the unequal burden-sharing among allies and, above all, with the failures of policy."
Yes, there are a variety of issues buried in there, but key among them is the "excesses" of the US' "national security policy" complete with excess surveillance. We've been pointing out for a while that these revelations could have wider impact and reverberate much further than US officials seem willing to admit, but this may be a small sign of that in action.
http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20130830/170...
They're talking about the war criminal sonuvaBush, not Obama, dipshit. Brits are still astonished he isn't at the Hague for what he did to our nation as well Britain and Iraq with his lies. after all, Bush started the surveillance program and invading the wrong country is the "embarrassment."
Al Busillo

Ringwood, NJ

#52372 Sep 1, 2013
A little nerve gas keeps them in line

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#52374 Sep 1, 2013
Why do you dumb tea baggers talk about Congress authorizing the war criminal's invasion of the wrong country? It was based on Bush's lies. You don't get to hold up a picture of a water truck and claim it's a "mobile chemical weapons facility" then wonder why people want to attack. He lied. Congress fell for it. And if the '88 attacks warranted our 2003 invasion, I guess that means Obama has until around 2034 to go after Syria. Dumbasses.
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#52375 Sep 1, 2013
It took Bush 2 years to plan an attack against Iraq.......why the rush to attack Syria?
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#52376 Sep 1, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
NSA Overreach May Have Contributed To UK's Unwillingness To Help With Syria
Aug 30th 2013
As you may have heard, UK Prime Minister David Cameron dealt with something of an embarrassment when the UK Parliament voted down his Syria policy this week. There are a number of reasons why this likely happened, but an editorial in the Guardian notes that the latest NSA surveillance revelations may have had something to do with it:
"There is no evidence that British public opinion has turned isolationist. There is plenty of evidence that it is fed up with the debilitating post 9/11 years of national sacrifice, with the humiliating excesses of US national security policy (not least its abuses of human rights and surveillance), with the unequal burden-sharing among allies and, above all, with the failures of policy."
Yes, there are a variety of issues buried in there, but key among them is the "excesses" of the US' "national security policy" complete with excess surveillance. We've been pointing out for a while that these revelations could have wider impact and reverberate much further than US officials seem willing to admit, but this may be a small sign of that in action.
http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20130830/170...
and from that editorial.

" As a result, right from the start of its spiralling civil war, Syria has felt like a sacrifice too far. When the latest call to arms came, though it came from a respected American president and was provoked by clearly intolerable war crimes, the answer was a clear one. Enough."
Roger the Man LOL

Clearfield, PA

#52378 Sep 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
They're talking about the war criminal sonuvaBush, not Obama, dipshit. Brits are still astonished he isn't at the Hague for what he did to our nation as well Britain and Iraq with his lies. after all, Bush started the surveillance program and invading the wrong country is the "embarrassment."
and the secret muslim gave it mega doses of steroids.
Roger the Man LOL

Clearfield, PA

#52379 Sep 1, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
Why do you dumb tea baggers talk about Congress authorizing the war criminal's invasion of the wrong country? It was based on Bush's lies. You don't get to hold up a picture of a water truck and claim it's a "mobile chemical weapons facility" then wonder why people want to attack. He lied. Congress fell for it. And if the '88 attacks warranted our 2003 invasion, I guess that means Obama has until around 2034 to go after Syria. Dumbasses.
Bush lied? Look up the definition of lie then get back to me. Better yet, just listen to your Muslim speak, then do the research. Obama's entire life was built around lies. But, because he is a black man and feeds your family at the expense of the hard working taxpayer everything is cool. If anyone is a dumbass it's you.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#52380 Sep 1, 2013
Roger the Man LOL wrote:
<quoted text> Bush lied? Look up the definition of lie then get back to me. Better yet, just listen to your Muslim speak, then do the research. Obama's entire life was built around lies. But, because he is a black man and feeds your family at the expense of the hard working taxpayer everything is cool. If anyone is a dumbass it's you.
A lie is to deliberately deceive. That's what Bush did. His own cabinet admitted it. He also committed more war crimes than just invading the wrong country and lying about it.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#52381 Sep 2, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
A lie is to deliberately deceive. That's what Bush did. His own cabinet admitted it. He also committed more war crimes than just invading the wrong country and lying about it.


Okay, I'm going to be serious with you. This is something I rarely do on Topix, because of a few know-it-alls, liars and idiots.

From what I remember Bush was given information that was not accurate. Now, if Bush believed the information to be true and took this information before Congress to get their approval to invade, how is this a lie? When Bush received approval from Democrats and Republicans this would make those who voted to invade liars too, using your logic.

If his cabinet said Bush lied then kindly post an unbiased news source on this. What war crimes did Bush actually commit? I don't remember Bush being convicted or even charged for any war crimes. Again, I ask you for an unbiased news source.

Bush invaded the wrong country and lied about it?

I'm waiting your reply.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#52385 Sep 2, 2013
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, I'm going to be serious with you. This is something I rarely do on Topix
Truer words were never spoken.

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