Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2010?

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Laws that are written today are not intended to effect the tragedies of the past, but to prevent or mitigate the tragedies of tomorrow.
Like the creation of the UN huh.
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Synergy wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Make no mistake about it. The Obama administration is dancing in the isles about this latest weather disaster. Not about the loss of life and possessions, but about the timing. They THINK it will take attention away from the trifecta. It won't.
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/05/...
...As for impeachment-screeching Republicans? They're DOWN a net eight points from 38-54 a month ago, to 35-59 this week.

It turns out that:

* The American people just don't think that it's the worst scandal since Watergate that Obama called the Benghazi consulate attack an "act of terror" as opposed to a "terrorist attack".

* The American people just don't care that the IRS spent extra time looking at the applications of political groups—none of which had their applications rejected, mind you.(Well, except for that one liberal group.)

* The American people can't be bothered to care that some reporters were spied on, after the GOP spent the last decade pushing for increased wiretapping powers in the name of "national security". This is exactly what Republicans wanted. No one believes they're really that outraged about it now.

So after the president's supposed worst week ever, with Republicans jumping in glee at the scandals, we find that the president's popularity has inched up, the Democratic Party's popularity is significantly up, and Republicans, at 59 percent unfavorable, are at their highest unpopularity level since CNN started polling the question in 1992.
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The President's action makes federal funding available to affected individuals in the counties of Cleveland, Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie.

Federal funding is also available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures statewide.
I hear an echo of my post. Thanks for the confirmation of what I posted.
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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/05/...
...As for impeachment-screeching Republicans? They're DOWN a net eight points from 38-54 a month ago, to 35-59 this week.
It turns out that:
* The American people just don't think that it's the worst scandal since Watergate that Obama called the Benghazi consulate attack an "act of terror" as opposed to a "terrorist attack".
* The American people just don't care that the IRS spent extra time looking at the applications of political groups—none of which had their applications rejected, mind you.(Well, except for that one liberal group.)
* The American people can't be bothered to care that some reporters were spied on, after the GOP spent the last decade pushing for increased wiretapping powers in the name of "national security". This is exactly what Republicans wanted. No one believes they're really that outraged about it now.
So after the president's supposed worst week ever, with Republicans jumping in glee at the scandals, we find that the president's popularity has inched up, the Democratic Party's popularity is significantly up, and Republicans, at 59 percent unfavorable, are at their highest unpopularity level since CNN started polling the question in 1992.
while I despise using blogs as valid sources of info, I will add that you didnt report the whole story. Now why is that Oh my? Afraid that muddy waters might dirty your pretty white tennis shoes?

Also from the curved and twisted blog.........

"Fifty-five percent say the IRS and Benghazi matters are very important to the nation and 53% saying the same thing about the AP case.

"But that doesn't quite make either of them another Watergate - at least, not yet. Nearly two-thirds say that Watergate was very important to the nation at the time; 58% say Iran-Contra was very important during the Reagan administration," says Holland. "So Americans see the current controversies as very important - maybe as much as Iran-Contra, but not yet at Watergate levels."

Subject to change dramatically if the news get worse for Obamie.

"The poll was conducted by ORC International for CNN on May 17-18, with 923 adults nationwide questioned by telephone. The survey's sampling error is plus or minus three percentage points."


WOW! 923 folks speaks for America??????????
picked at random or not?????

If the survey of 923 was done in Union county, the percentage would be repubs 70%, Obama 30%.
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<quoted text>I sooo agree. Why waste a minute more reading garbage about white robes & pointy hats, the blacks plan to invade the countryside, daddy killers burning down houses???
I read about four sentences of the Haiti post, WHAT WAS THAT????? And to think the American Psychiatric Association post, advertising a beaming Bill Clinton as their keynote speaker, was directed at me. That says it ALL!!
Don't Right Wing Wackos get all bent out of shape when they are held accountable for the results of their policies.

Let's cut funding to FEMA - who needs money for disasters ?

Let's not require strict building codes and code enforcement - what the worse that can happen ?

Let's keep the government from regulating work place safety - what could possibly go wrong ?

These events are made far deadlier, dangerous, and costly as a result if Right Winger demanding "less government regulations that stifle profits".

Accountability sucks.
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Here we go.....
We all know, no one politicizes a tragedy like liberals & the L wing MSM. It's the shameful truth.
Oh... You mean like Benghazi ?
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<quoted text> http://answers.usa.gov/system/selfservice.con...
Federal Emergency and Disaster Declarations
The President can issue a disaster declaration if:

- A state submits a local emergency declaration and a state emergency proclamation
- The situation is beyond the capabilities of the state and local governments

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/20...
The President today declared a major disaster exists in the State of Oklahoma and ordered Federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms and tornadoes beginning on May 18, 2013, and continuing.

The President's action makes federal funding available to affected individuals in the counties of Cleveland, Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie.

Assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the disaster.

Federal funding also is available to state and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work in the counties of Cleveland, Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie.

Federal funding is also available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures statewide.
Wait ....

Oklahoma's entire Right Wing Wacko congressional delegation fought against funding FEMA because we gotta stop being dependent on the federal government.

Now, like farm subsidies, because the money flows to them, those federal funds ain't welfare.

What a surprise.
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while I despise using blogs as valid sources of info, I will add that you didnt report the whole story. Now why is that Oh my?
I was so afeared that I provided a link right to the whole story.

Yeah, you hate to use blogs, unless offer support, and let's not forget one of your most favorite sources World Nut Daily, none can jump to an unsupported conclusion faster.
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Wait ....
Oklahoma's entire Right Wing Wacko congressional delegation fought against funding FEMA because we gotta stop being dependent on the federal government.
Now, like farm subsidies, because the money flows to them, those federal funds ain't welfare.
What a surprise.
While it usually takes personal exposure to these events to change a person's mind on their political positions, in fairness Tom Cole took a stand on principle.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/10022875...
Republican congressman Tom Cole from Oklahoma supported the Sandy Relief Bill

The tornado hit his district. Here is what he said:

"There's clearly a federal responsibility to act," said Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.). "We have a national interest in getting this region on its feet as quickly as possible."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/15/sand...

Coincidentally, 3 out of 5 republican congresspeople from Oklahoma supported Sandy Relief.

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/113-201...

The two that voted against it:

Jim Bridenstine, OK 1st
Markwayne Mullin, OK 2nd
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Don't Right Wing Wackos get all bent out of shape when they are held accountable for the results of their policies.
Let's cut funding to FEMA - who needs money for disasters ?
Let's not require strict building codes and code enforcement - what the worse that can happen ?
Let's keep the government from regulating work place safety - what could possibly go wrong ?
These events are made far deadlier, dangerous, and costly as a result if Right Winger demanding "less government regulations that stifle profits".
Accountability sucks.


Accountability sucks???? Tell that to Hillary & Hussein.
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<quoted text>You are a PRIME example of a loonie liberal socialist commie lunatic dancing in the isles over this horrendous disaster. Just praise, praise, praise for your master. Sad.
This isn't Benghazi, nobody is happy the tragedy occurred.

This is America.

Relax, this isn't New Orleans.

The grown ups are in charge.

Let's just pray for our fellow countrymen and be happy that grown ups who believe in government assisting the people in emergencies are in charge.

My business and I have donated to the Red Cross, just like I am sure many others will do.
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Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>While it usually takes personal exposure to these events to change a person's mind on their political positions, in fairness Tom Cole took a stand on principle.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/10022875...
Republican congressman Tom Cole from Oklahoma supported the Sandy Relief Bill

The tornado hit his district. Here is what he said:

"There's clearly a federal responsibility to act," said Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.). "We have a national interest in getting this region on its feet as quickly as possible."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/15/sand...

Coincidentally, 3 out of 5 republican congresspeople from Oklahoma supported Sandy Relief.

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/113-201...

The two that voted against it:

Jim Bridenstine, OK 1st
Markwayne Mullin, OK 2nd
My comment was about their refusal to fully fund FEMA.

I didn't know who voted for or against the Sandy Relief Bill.
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Danger Zone wrote:
<quoted text>Accountability sucks???? Tell that to Hillary & Hussein.
Ah... One post denigrates people who allegedly politicize tragedies, and the next politicizes a tragedy.

Can you grasp the ironic hypocrisy of your post ?

Doubtful.
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You are a PRIME example of a loonie liberal socialist commie lunatic dancing in the isles over this horrendous disaster. Just praise, praise, praise for your master. Sad.
No, I'm not dancing in the streets. Obama is not dancing in the streets.

Just another example of your tossing truth out the window to demonize those who don't agree with your propaganda. It's a horrible tragedy and I feel so badly for the parents that will never hold their children again. It's a tragedy that can't be recovered from.

What I AM pleased to see is that responsible adults are at least partially in charge of this country again, and that we're seeing professional and prompt relief for those who are suffering and lost everything.

As far as other people who've been happy about getting a good response when it was needed?

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2012/10/...

As far as politicizing tragedy? Nobody has the Reps beat on that. Nobody.

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/Peter-Fen...
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Ah... One post denigrates people who allegedly politicize tragedies, and the next politicizes a tragedy.
Can you grasp the ironic hypocrisy of your post ?
Doubtful.
The Bengahzi hearings are far from over. Twist it, flip it, bend it. Whateva makes you happy as you dance in the isles, idiot.
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Wait ....
Oklahoma's entire Right Wing Wacko congressional delegation fought against funding FEMA because we gotta stop being dependent on the federal government.
Now, like farm subsidies, because the money flows to them, those federal funds ain't welfare.
What a surprise.
Just like Bachmann, Mrs Tea-Party, Pray-away-the-gay herself, who lied about profiting from dairy subsidies. She might end up in jail after this FBI investigation.

http://www.politicususa.com/bachmann-dairy-fa...
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The Bengahzi hearings are far from over. Twist it, flip it, bend it. Whateva makes you happy as you dance in the isles, idiot.
You're like a nasty little possum. Always showing her teeth and making hissing noises.

Well, maybe unemployment will start to rise again after the sequester the dumb-@ss republicans insisted on, and you can find joy in your life again.

http://nikkigsblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/0...
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Ironic or a message from above? B-tch republican governor in 70% republican state bad mouths our president, refuses billions in medicaid money for the poor and middle class, next thing you see all over the news Oklahoma hit with the worst most costly tornado ever! "Believe it or Not".
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Danger Zone wrote:
<quoted text>The Bengahzi hearings are far from over. Twist it, flip it, bend it. Whateva makes you happy as you dance in the isles, idiot.
Oh ... So that's not politicizing a tragedy and dancing on corpses eh ?

Just trying to make sense of Right Wing Wacko puling.

I know, when Right Wing Wackos talk about tragedies and the political or policy decisions related to them - it's legitimate discussion.

When normal people discuss tragedies and the political or policy decisions related to them - it's dancing on graves.

Kind of like welfare.

When Right Wing Wackos cash their government checks, or use their special tax deductions and tax breaks - that ain't welfare - why - because it ain't.

Thank God children are entertaining.
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