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TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42911 Oct 6, 2013
What if Obama is successful in negotiating with the most radical, intractable , fanatic mullahs but not successful in negotiating with republikans?
Could that mean Obama is not the problem?
BSS

Greer, SC

#42912 Oct 6, 2013
What, no comment on the BILLIONAIRES of Obama's reign? Yet, if it had been Bush, hell would have frozen. Figures.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42913 Oct 6, 2013
I do remember the inflation rate. It really didn't effect me that much. I just passed the price increases on to customers. I also remember the interest rate on savings being around 15% which meant that money in the bank was doubling in just under every 6 years. I really liked that as opposed to today 's interest rates of almost nothing. Carter was a good president who could not get any cooperation from congress because he refused to play their corrupt games. He ended up most noted for the hostage rescue effort which failed as a result of engine failure due to dust storms. Kind of like Dubya Bush being noted for allowing 911 to happen even after he had been repeatedly warned well in advance of the attack and then starting wars based on lies that he knew were lies.. Or like Clinton being noted for his white house BJ. I think Obama will be noted for his salvation of the USA from the republican depression of 2008.
waco1909 wrote:
TSF...recall what the inflation rate was under your boy Carter? I do....
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42914 Oct 6, 2013
Here are Dubya's "buddies". You think they are not billionaires?

Brokeback Bush: thetruth.7p.com - YouTube
BSS wrote:
What, no comment on the BILLIONAIRES of Obama's reign? Yet, if it had been Bush, hell would have frozen. Figures.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42915 Oct 6, 2013
How did your sister get signed up for Obamacare BEFORE IT EVEN STARTED?
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Thanks, State.My other sister had better luck with Obamacare.Tell y'all about that tomorrow, after I get out of recovery.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42916 Oct 6, 2013
TSF wrote:
How did your sister get signed up for Obamacare BEFORE IT EVEN STARTED?
<quoted text>
You misunderstood.I said"she lost her doctors".Would you like an explanation?

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42917 Oct 6, 2013
TSF wrote:
I do remember the inflation rate. It really didn't effect me that much. I just passed the price increases on to customers. I also remember the interest rate on savings being around 15% which meant that money in the bank was doubling in just under every 6 years. I really liked that as opposed to today 's interest rates of almost nothing. Carter was a good president who could not get any cooperation from congress because he refused to play their corrupt games. He ended up most noted for the hostage rescue effort which faileid as a result of engine failure due to dust storms. Kind of like Dubya Bush being noted for allowing 911 to happen even after he had been repeatedly warned well in advance of the attack and then starting wars based on lies that he knew were lies.. Or like Clinton being noted for his white house BJ. I think Obama will be noted for his salvation of the USA from the republican depression of 2008.
<quoted text>
I think its great how that you can translate Old German.By the way, the word you meant to use, was"affect", not "effect". But, let's face it, your command of English is far and away, better than my command of any Germanic tongue.I was fond of Clinton.FDR, I think, was a great man.Eisenhower made some penetrating comments about the military-industrial complex that especially resonate today.Theodore Roosevelt Jr.was a great American, what he accomplished on D-DAY was truly heroic, especially in the condition he was in, dying only a month later from chronic illnesses.Teddy Roosevelt was also I think a great environmental president.I do know that Theodore Roosevelt Jr.was a Republican.Some people get the two confused.Wasn't Walter Mondale a veteran, and a democrat? Bush got shot down flying off of a carrier in WWII, Kennedy got PT 109 sunk in the same conflict.One Republican, one Democrat. If you keep demonizing and dehumanizing large blocks of people, I believe it dilutes your message.This I will say to you, now.I'm convinced Obama thinks, what he is doing is in the best interests of Americans.He is not, a monster.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42918 Oct 6, 2013
TSF your constant attacks on republicans approaches fanatical hatred. You should use more intellect, less emotion.Count to ten, take a deep breath, and let it out.
Taxpayer

Camden, NC

#42919 Oct 6, 2013
People are actually being forced by Obama's fascist officials from their homes, which they own outright, and not allowed back in until the government shutdown ends.
No American President would do this. The socialist minded people in this country have put their Hitler in office to destroy America.
Taxpayer

Camden, NC

#42920 Oct 6, 2013
stopthegop wrote:
Anyone but a republican especially the stupidteapartiers
You communist minded Americans are scared of the Tea Party and you should be.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42921 Oct 6, 2013
Thanks for pointing out that I should have used the verb affect.
I really do not fanatically hate republikans. I think it is a good thing to show them a reflection of their own tactics. If republikans continue to shun intellect and continue their attack on large segments of the voting public, there will be little centering EFFECT on our politics.
waco1909 wrote:
TSF your constant attacks on republicans approaches fanatical hatred. You should use more intellect, less emotion.Count to ten, take a deep breath, and let it out.
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#42922 Oct 6, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
You communist minded Americans are scared of the Tea Party and you should be.
The greatest success the Tea Party is having is effectively dismantling the Republican party from within. May they reach new heights.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42923 Oct 6, 2013
It is rational to fear idiots , ignorance and fanatics. If anyone denies that power meters are spying on them, they cannot be accepted into the tea party. Clean air and clean water are the enemies of the tea party. Drinking sewerage, breathing ozone and soot particles is a sign of patriotism to the TP. They believe recycling is an UN agenda 21 plot to enslave TP members. There are boogers behind every tree and the Westboro Baptists are their intellectuals. Its just a mystery why anyone would oppose them.
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
You communist minded Americans are scared of the Tea Party and you should be.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#42924 Oct 7, 2013
TSF wrote:
Thanks for pointing out that I should have used the verb affect.
I really do not fanatically hate republikans. I think it is a good thing to show them a reflection of their own tactics. If republikans continue to shun intellect and continue their attack on large segments of the voting public, there will be little centering EFFECT on our politics.
<quoted text>
Sorry TSF.I'M just jealous because you can translate Old German......
BSS

Greer, SC

#42925 Oct 7, 2013
TSF wrote:
Here are Dubya's "buddies". You think they are not billionaires?
Brokeback Bush: thetruth.7p.com - YouTube
<quoted text>
EXACTLY, yet, you have made no comment on the Obama crowd. So it isn't the "unfairness", you are no better than the Republicans. Your posts boast of "fairness", how the Republicans are taking food out of babies mouths", you are full of crap. You don't want equality. You could care less.
BSS

Greer, SC

#42926 Oct 7, 2013
"WASHINGTON – With nothing public on his schedule and an anonymous quote from an administration official to bat away, President Obama walked out of the White House with Vice President Joe Biden on Friday to pick up sandwiches and engage in a little damage control.

"There's no winning,” Obama told reporters before ordering lunch at a favorite haunt near the White House.“No one is winning.”

The president’s rare midday stroll outside the White House came as he tried to contain the fallout from a senior administration official’s comment that the White House was “winning” in the budget fight that has frozen parts of the government.”It doesn't really matter to us" how long the shutdown lasts, the official told The Wall Street Journal. "Because what matters is the end result."

Aides disavowed the comment Friday morning, Day Four of the shutdown, before Obama and Biden took to the streets for the impromptu hoagie run. Jacketless and shirt-..." Soooo funny and from the LA Times. They are even calling themselves a nanny state. Remember, it's all about winning. I guess not everybody's a winner.

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#42927 Oct 7, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
<quoted text>The greatest success the Tea Party is having is effectively dismantling the Republican party from within. May they reach new heights.
"Dismantling" as you called it is exactly what needed to be done.

That is a rule directly from Obamas play book "Rules for Radicals".

Alinsky makes the point that to build a revolutionary machine, the routine, the status quo, must first be interrupted and then overturned. By any measure, that process seems to have begun within the Republican party.

"The first step in community organization is community disorganization."
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#42928 Oct 7, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
<quoted text>
"Dismantling" as you called it is exactly what needed to be done.
That is a rule directly from Obamas play book "Rules for Radicals".
Alinsky makes the point that to build a revolutionary machine, the routine, the status quo, must first be interrupted and then overturned. By any measure, that process seems to have begun within the Republican party.
"The first step in community organization is community disorganization."
And if you continue to go the Tea Party route, you will be done as a party. Fine with me if that is the path you take.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42929 Oct 7, 2013
The fair only comes around once a year here. I don't think I have mentioned fairness until just now. But exactly why is it ok to gush out welfare to the rich and get chinchy with hungry children?
Unlike you, I would be just a vicious with the rich as the poor. Oh no. That isn't the republican way
BSS wrote:
<quoted text>EXACTLY, yet, you have made no comment on the Obama crowd. So it isn't the "unfairness", you are no better than the Republicans. Your posts boast of "fairness", how the Republicans are taking food out of babies mouths", you are full of crap. You don't want equality. You could care less.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#42930 Oct 7, 2013
I guess you wouldn't mind naming the persons , places and time this has happened?
Taxpayer wrote:
People are actually being forced by Obama's fascist officials from their homes, which they own outright, and not allowed back in until the government shutdown ends.
No American President would do this. The socialist minded people in this country have put their Hitler in office to destroy America.

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