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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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Frijoles

South Glastonbury, CT

#38791 Jul 27, 2012
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
The above topic is now closed.
That doesnt work either.

Besides, I dont think you are CAPABLE of posting without referenceing the wealth and class you wish you had.
Frijoles

South Glastonbury, CT

#38792 Jul 27, 2012
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
You do keep a very small price for your presidency....that was how GWB the Fool, could pull the wool over your eyes and won that Re-election that 'he got rid of Saddam" and Obama would win re-election because he got rid of OBL!!
I think democracy is not suited from such simple voters as we find in your countries.
Any fool or trickster can be-witch them.
Generally speaking, most if not all American elections are about the economy anyhow. This one especially.
Frijoles

South Glastonbury, CT

#38794 Jul 27, 2012
JOEL PASTAKIA wrote:
FRIJOLES:
Please stop posting in my name from now on.
i have always been very upfront about every aspect of my life and the yoga.
You can assume what you wish to about me.
i don't want any contact with you.
You can pursue your agenda online and in your personal life with others.
Just leave me out of your posts and replies.
i have completely withdrawn the Force Formation that i had placed on you for your well-being.
You're now on your own and at the mercy of the law of karma or cause and effect.
You have lost a genuine well wisher due to your jealousy, inferiority complex, lack of intelligence and plain demonic nature.
Please stick to your own kind.
Thank you.
No such luck.

Stop being obnoxious and I will stop replying in kind

Be nice and I will be nice

(big smiles)

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#38795 Jul 27, 2012
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
You do keep a very small price for your presidency....that was how GWB the Fool, could pull the wool over your eyes and won that Re-election that 'he got rid of Saddam" and Obama would win re-election because he got rid of OBL!!
I think democracy is not suited from such simple voters as we find in your countries.
Any fool or trickster can be-witch them.
Small price?

My lifestyle has not declined under Obama.

The less wealthy now can have affordable healthcare without having to worry about the games insurance companies play

Some of the. most notorious terrorist leaders have been eliminated

The two wars the Bush sucked us into are winding down.

All in all, not a bad four years.

How's it going in your neck of the woods?
Frijoles

South Glastonbury, CT

#38796 Jul 27, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>
Small price?
My lifestyle has not declined under Obama.
The less wealthy now can have affordable healthcare without having to worry about the games insurance companies play
Some of the. most notorious terrorist leaders have been eliminated
The two wars the Bush sucked us into are winding down.
All in all, not a bad four years.
How's it going in your neck of the woods?
Dont forget that the economy was headed for depression at the end of GWB, and now our worst complaint is NOT that we are all jobless and eating raw potatos every night, but that the economy is "only" growing a few percent a quarter.

rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#38797 Jul 27, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
He wouldnt know. He rents.
rabbee: well it looks more like, he wrents.
Voluntarist

Paterson, NJ

#38798 Jul 27, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>
Small price?
My lifestyle has not declined under Obama.
The less wealthy now can have affordable healthcare without having to worry about the games insurance companies play
Some of the. most notorious terrorist leaders have been eliminated
The two wars the Bush sucked us into are winding down.
All in all, not a bad four years.
How's it going in your neck of the woods?
Your lifestyle might not of changed yet, inflation will catch up to you.

So if Obama invades a new country is this a deal breaker for you?

Iraq and Afghanistan is still occupied.
Voluntarist

Paterson, NJ

#38799 Jul 27, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Dont forget that the economy was headed for depression at the end of GWB, and now our worst complaint is NOT that we are all jobless and eating raw potatos every night, but that the economy is "only" growing a few percent a quarter.
There are plenty of jobs growing at McDonald's , you know that company that got the health care waiver?

You can kick the can down the road a little farther with qe3, qe4, but in the end the ship will sink.
So even though you may feel safe with the current system, the country is worse off since Obama has been elected.
And it declined during the borderline retard presidency as well.
Frijoles

South Glastonbury, CT

#38800 Jul 27, 2012
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
There are plenty of jobs growing at McDonald's , you know that company that got the health care waiver?
You can kick the can down the road a little farther with qe3, qe4, but in the end the ship will sink.
So even though you may feel safe with the current system, the country is worse off since Obama has been elected.
And it declined during the borderline retard presidency as well.
I hear a lot of might be's.

I prefer the concrete.

And yes, by mine and others (e.g. COR) standards, the country is BETTER off now than 4 years ago.
Eric

La Grange Park, IL

#38801 Jul 27, 2012
BTW, MUQ, Blessed Ramadan.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#38802 Jul 27, 2012
Eric wrote:
BTW, MUQ, Blessed Ramadan.
Thank you brother.
Voluntarist

Jersey City, NJ

#38803 Jul 27, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
I hear a lot of might be's.
I prefer the concrete.
And yes, by mine and others (e.g. COR) standards, the country is BETTER off now than 4 years ago.
In what way?
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#38805 Jul 28, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
What planet are you on?

If Obama gets reelected it isn’t because of OBL, its because of universal healthcare and a general wariness of the bumbling idiocy and blandness of his wealthy opponent Mr Romney.

OBL doesn’t factor that much into it - Foreign policy is not a big thing in this particular election.

Generally speaking, most if not all American elections are about the economy anyhow. This one especially.
Ans.

That is what I asked about Obama’s achievement during last four years and I was told that finishing OBL was one of them.

That is his only Real Achievement, the co called Universal Health Care is an illusion, which is too vague to have its real impact.

At the most it is a political scheme, which looks so encouraging at the outset and so impractical on ground.

Any scheme which is based on Insurance Companies and Banks and Stock brokers, have to fail in the end, because most of “Cream” goes into their pockets and poor citizens are left holding the bags, so to say.

I am not a US citizen, to see how this scheme shall actually work, but I have a hindsight that few years from now, most US people would curse Obama and his idiotic Universal Healthcare Scheme.

If he is able to win re-election based on his Health Scheme he would be the second person to pull wool over the eyes of US voters, GWB the Great was first who got re-elected on the pretext of “US is in danger because of Iraq”!!

How dumb US voters are!!

PS:

What about that Nobel Peace medal given to Mr. Obama?

Was it not a waste of medal?

What he did to justify the honor bestowed on him?

I am not for or pro Obama, but I feel he is one of the most un-achiever President in Modern US history.

And the main reason is he did not change anything in USA since he came.

If he could have announce immediate pull out from Iraq, Afghanistan and close down GITMO and started “Working” on improving relations with Muslim world, he would have made some change in USA.

But how can any President be “that powerful” in US when these Zionists and Jewish lobbies have him on leash!!

What a poor site these “Mighty US Presidents” make,!!

Only pomp and show, no real power!!
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#38806 Jul 28, 2012
COR wrote:
Small price?

My lifestyle has not declined under Obama.

The less wealthy now can have affordable healthcare without having to worry about the games insurance companies play

Some of the. most notorious terrorist leaders have been eliminated

The two wars the Bush sucked us into are winding down.

All in all, not a bad four years.

How's it going in your neck of the woods?
Ans.

I think my post to Mr. Frijoles answers most of your points also.

Just wait for 10 years and I will hear you people cursing Obama and his Universal health Insurance!!

You people do set a very small price on re-electing those Presidents.

No doubt you people deserve more Presidents like GWB the Great and Obama the Less Great and some other smart guys like them.

Poor US Voters, why they have to vote, every four years?

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#38807 Jul 28, 2012
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Ans.
I think my post to Mr. Frijoles answers most of your points also.
Just wait for 10 years and I will hear you people cursing Obama and his Universal health Insurance!!
You people do set a very small price on re-electing those Presidents.
No doubt you people deserve more Presidents like GWB the Great and Obama the Less Great and some other smart guys like them.
Poor US Voters, why they have to vote, every four years?
You're starting to sound like our resident yogi now. Predicting the future is a fools game, as is commenting on domestic matters such as Obamacate that you obviously have little knowledge on.

You never answered my question. How's it going in your neck of the woods.
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#38817 Jul 28, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>
You're starting to sound like our resident yogi now. Predicting the future is a fools game, as is commenting on domestic matters such as Obamacate that you obviously have little knowledge on.
You never answered my question. How's it going in your neck of the woods.
Predicting a future is different from what reading what is on the wall. There is a difference between two.

Obama's universal health plan is alive till he is there in the white house, the day he is voted out people will forget all about it.

And while it is enforce, it is only the Insurance Companies that would get richer and richer.... this is a gimmick played many times with the same result.

You can have one more go at it and see for yourself.

Why can't Govt. spend on public health? Why they have all that money for? Why people should not get some of it?

Frijoles

Meriden, CT

#38819 Jul 29, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>
You're starting to sound like our resident yogi now. Predicting the future is a fools game, as is commenting on domestic matters such as Obamacate that you obviously have little knowledge on.
You never answered my question. How's it going in your neck of the woods.
An Islamic Republican. How bizarrely absurd.

I think Muqi-monster's diatribe against Obamacare is really about his distaste for the fact that it was a Democratic president who finally offed his idol. What can we say...Allah knows best!
Frijoles

Meriden, CT

#38820 Jul 29, 2012
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Ans.
That is what I asked about Obama’s achievement during last four years and I was told that finishing OBL was one of them.
That is his only Real Achievement, the co called Universal Health Care is an illusion, which is too vague to have its real impact.
At the most it is a political scheme, which looks so encouraging at the outset and so impractical on ground.
Any scheme which is based on Insurance Companies and Banks and Stock brokers, have to fail in the end, because most of “Cream” goes into their pockets and poor citizens are left holding the bags, so to say.
I am not a US citizen, to see how this scheme shall actually work, but I have a hindsight that few years from now, most US people would curse Obama and his idiotic Universal Healthcare Scheme.
If he is able to win re-election based on his Health Scheme he would be the second person to pull wool over the eyes of US voters, GWB the Great was first who got re-elected on the pretext of “US is in danger because of Iraq”!!
How dumb US voters are!!
PS:
What about that Nobel Peace medal given to Mr. Obama?
Was it not a waste of medal?
What he did to justify the honor bestowed on him?
I am not for or pro Obama, but I feel he is one of the most un-achiever President in Modern US history.
And the main reason is he did not change anything in USA since he came.
If he could have announce immediate pull out from Iraq, Afghanistan and close down GITMO and started “Working” on improving relations with Muslim world, he would have made some change in USA.
But how can any President be “that powerful” in US when these Zionists and Jewish lobbies have him on leash!!
What a poor site these “Mighty US Presidents” make,!!
Only pomp and show, no real power!!
I probably shouldnt waste too much time educating you about our health care, but in small chance I can prevent another misinformed opinion from yours truely I will indulge....

1. ObamaCare is ALREADY being implemented.

2. Talk about repeal is just political posturing. There is NOONE other than Sarah Palin who really wants its repealed

3. Those who have pre-existing medical conditions now can NOT be denied insurance

4. Kids get to stay on the parents insurance in their 20s now (while they look for jobs)

5. Soon everyone will be able to purchase some type of insurance, not just people who have jobs

6. everyone knows it is not perfect - we all expect some adjustments thru Congress over the next few years

7. Health care is just like Gay marriage and Gays in the military. Frankly it doesnt matter at this point WHAT the politicians think about it, the majority of the population want it and have moved way ahead of the political debate. The same thing happened on the issue of Gay Marriage here. The debate is really a dinosaur.

8. Even if it WAS repealed, it wouldnt matter at this point. Because the debate already served its purpose. The insurance companies realized the existing system doesnt work and they are now going to change regardless of whether the Obamacare laws are repealed or not.

Number 7 and 8 are perhaps the most important points.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#38821 Jul 29, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
An Islamic Republican. How bizarrely absurd.
I think Muqi-monster's diatribe against Obamacare is really about his distaste for the fact that it was a Democratic president who finally offed his idol. What can we say...Allah knows best!
Lucky MUQ. Gets to live and work in such a better system. Think about it.

Not having to worry about who to vote for. The immams and the royals will do all the thinking for them.

A place where they don't have to worry about those pesky women drivers. That alone will save a bundle on insurance costs.

A place where adulterous women are buried up to their necks and stoned to death - praise Allah.

A place where the ruling royals have relieved the population of the burdensome task of managing wealth by hoarding all of the profits from the countries natural oil reserves.

A place where homosexuals are hung to death (I wonder who does their interior decorating).

But then go figure. They have a national healthcare system. Well, I guess nobody is perfect.
stopcrying

Bedford, MA

#38822 Jul 29, 2012
Stop crying about how people treat you badly. Many people have been treated poorly. Pick up your pieces and move on. Why is it that religiously affiliated people tend to complain a lot? How many wars is religious belief responsible for? Enough already.

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