Who do you support for Governor in Oh...
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#23005 Dec 19, 2013
Republican 101 wrote:
<quoted text>Excuses, excuses. What a surprise...
Oh, and good luck with that "War Against Men" BS.
ROFLMAO
good luck with that war on women stuff.

the war on babies is the real topic for discussion.

and tell me again about excuses when you defend your lifestyle, and POTUS you elected.

keep laughing stupid......look how well laughing has produced for you.

Us normal people are embarrassed for and by you, and use people like you as an example of what not to emulate in life to our children.

keep laughing.
gman

Ironton, OH

#23006 Dec 19, 2013
Pathetic
Republican 101

Lima, OH

#23007 Dec 19, 2013
LMFAO
BackInTheRealWor ld

Canton, OH

#23008 Dec 19, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Somebodies sure got a lot of pent up frustration and envy over trust funds and anyone who has conducted their life in a somewhat self responsible manner.
Or maybe someone is tired of hearing people who had everything handed to them in life, crying about poor people.

Since: Aug 12

Union City, GA

#23009 Dec 19, 2013
I think its mostly just frustration because 90% of new millionaires never had a millionaire in their family before.

At least before Caesars regime took over.

Since: Aug 12

Union City, GA

#23010 Dec 19, 2013
Yep. Definately frustration over ones own lack of success leads to envy liberals are attempting divide americans over.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/101256738

Since: Aug 12

Union City, GA

#23011 Dec 19, 2013
BackInTheRealWorld wrote:
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Or maybe someone is tired of hearing people who had everything handed to them in life, crying about poor people.
Not everyones gonna make it to that 20%.
The world will always need ditch diggers though. To bad those jobs aren't shovel ready as Caesar promised.
Republican 101

Lima, OH

#23012 Dec 19, 2013
BackInTheRealWorld wrote:
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Or maybe someone is tired of hearing people who had everything handed to them in life, crying about poor people.
Isn't it fun getting lectured about "morality and hard work" by some self-entitled wannabe richboy hick who had everything handed to him from the comfort of his cushy office?

Since: Aug 12

Union City, GA

#23013 Dec 19, 2013
Actually that's a bad analogy. If you can dig a ditch and keep it on grade you can most likely make enough money to make it to that top 20%. You know what it costs to get a ditch dug lately?
Republican 101

Lima, OH

#23014 Dec 19, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Actually that's a bad analogy. If you can dig a ditch and keep it on grade you can most likely make enough money to make it to that top 20%. You know what it costs to get a ditch dug lately?
You're living proof that inheritance money can't buy intelligence. Or class...

Since: Aug 12

Union City, GA

#23015 Dec 19, 2013
Go dig some ditches there in Van Wert.... boi.....

Since: Aug 12

Union City, GA

#23016 Dec 19, 2013
http://www.cnbc.com/id/101256738

Read it Van Wert boi...
Republican 101

Lima, OH

#23017 Dec 19, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Go dig some ditches there in Van Wert.... boi.....
Go count what's left of yer greatgrandpappy's hand-me-down farmer welfare.... Dave...
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#23018 Dec 19, 2013
Republican 101 wrote:
<quoted text>Isn't it fun getting lectured about "morality and hard work" by some self-entitled wannabe richboy hick who had everything handed to him from the comfort of his cushy office?
Kind of like telling people how to leave less of a carbon footprint and then go riding off on private jets like Gore, Piglosi and DumBama.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#23019 Dec 19, 2013
BackInTheRealWorld wrote:
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Or maybe someone is tired of hearing people who had everything handed to them in life, crying about poor people.
I had nothing handed to me in life, cry about poor people, and you still btch.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#23020 Dec 19, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>The war on women that never was? Are you really that blind and stupid? It hasn't stopped. Funny how the GOTP is now getting tutored on how to talk about and to women. Yet they continue to spout their idiocy, you can't fix stupid, it's ingrained in their brains Just look at the amendments in the last Ohio budget, which is being challenged in court.
The war on women was stupid and only the stupid believed it. The very idea that because Republicans thought it was not the federal governments place to force insurance companies to provide birth control, that constituted a war on women was only fodder for the uninformed voter.

Yeah, yeah, I know. Liberals love the federal government forcing people. Servitude is in your blood. But real Americans believe the federal government overstepped their boundaries not only then but many times before.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#23021 Dec 19, 2013
BackInTheRealWorld wrote:
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I'm thinking lying to Congress about WMDs and then sending our American soldiers off to needlessly die in a war against the wrong country, while Cheney's Halliburton cronies raked in billions of dollars in a war that the taxpayers will be paying for decades from now might just be a tad bit more evil than being incorrect on a statement about health care coverage.
I'm thinking that the fact that the source for all your provided propaganda "outrage", scientifically matches every single point in a study that found 14 things historical fascist regimes had in common with each other, and the fact that most of the people who identify themselves as Tea Party members right now, systematically believe exactly the same ideals that domestic terrorist and child murderer Timothy McVeigh did, is just a smidgen more "evil" than wanting health care coverage for poor people.
If poor people want healthcare coverage, let them get a Fn job and get healthcare coverage like everybody else. The solution to poverty is money. The way to get money is to work for it.

You sit there with all this talk about greedy billionaires, but liberals are the most selfish people on the planet. What's worse?

In the mind of a liberal, making money is evil, but taking somebody else's money is just fine.

"Oh, I'm a liberal, and somebody should take guns away from people so I feel better. Oh, I'm a liberal, and somebody should pay to make my air cleaner. Oh, I'm a liberal, somebody should make my water taste better. Oh, I'm a liberal, and somebody should make sure God isn't mentioned in school. Oh, I'm a liberal, and somebody should make sure nobody smokes around me. Oh, I'm a liberal........"

And then you dare criticize rich people for thinking about themselves. What better definition of a liberal is there than somebody thinking of only themselves at the expense of all others? Nobody is more selfish than a liberal.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#23022 Dec 19, 2013
BackInTheRealWorld wrote:
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But the underpaid temp jobs the country was turned into under GW Bush really had the middle class working man just clicking his heels. You know, those under paid temp jobs that allow the employer to not pay anything for the employee health care coverage they have been crying about all this time. Maybe, if you are a good, under paid corporate fetch boy, and you promise to vote directly against your own best interests as a working man, the boss man might let you work a swing shift for 10 years. Maybe, since it's Christmas and all, he'll let you work a mandatory midnight shift on Christmas eve, while he and his family stuff their bloated faces with the spoils that only a fat, self granted bonus can buy. I mean just because the working man's pay has flat lines while CEO's pay increases exponentially for the last decade or so, in no way should indicate that maybe something isn't fair for the middle class.
How much more simple can it get? If you don't like the circumstances at work, get another job or start your own business. Work a lot of hours and invest that money so maybe you won't have to work when you get a little older.

I spent ten years in delivering and repairing medical equipment. I was on call every third week. I worked Christmases, Thanksgivings, Labor and Memorial days. I accepted that job knowing the duties required of me. When I got sick of it, I found a different line of work. Now I stay home on holidays and let somebody else do that job. Now they can wake up at 2am and work for two hours, and then get up for their normal shift at 8am.

What do you think pharmacists do? Paramedics? Registered nurses and LPN's? How about those people working to get electricity turned back on when it goes out? Or the people that work for the water department when a line breaks? How about the city and state workers that have to plow our streets? How about our men and women in the military?

But Oh! Some people have to work nights and holidays. How horrible. Like they didn't have a choice.

Oh, and as for GW, you can't create an economy like he did with part-time Burger King jobs. His economy sparked worldwide favorable conditions. DumBama? Over 40% of the jobs created last month were all government jobs.
Pops

Fort Thomas, KY

#23023 Dec 19, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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If poor people want healthcare coverage, let them get a Fn job and get healthcare coverage like everybody else. The solution to poverty is money. The way to get money is to work for it.
You sit there with all this talk about greedy billionaires, but liberals are the most selfish people on the planet. What's worse?

And then you dare criticize rich people for thinking about themselves. What better definition of a liberal is there than somebody thinking of only themselves at the expense of all others? Nobody is more selfish than a liberal.
SRY XXX I usually agree with you but I take exception with the 1st part of this post. I don't have insurance & I am supposedly above the poverty level, at least on paper.
I work for a small company, 30 employees including the owners. NO buying power for insurance so even tho there is insurance available to me, but the monthly premiums plus the deductables would equal fully 1/3rd of my net pay which would not leave me enough $$ for housing, groceries, car maintenance, etc. so I have to take chances with my health cost since the other things that I mentioned are unavoidable expenses.
I believe that I am in the minority of the ones that "fall thru the cracks" that have a full time job but that is what life has dealt me & I'm not going to whine about that mostly because I am 'old school' & expect to make my own way.
Even tho I don't have insurance, I do NOT trust the government to run a bath without wasting a lot of water. That is why I don't want ACA.
The Gov can't run the USPS, Medicare, Medicaid, Fanny May, Freddy Mac, the Highway System, Social Security, SNAP, & on & on.
I/WE do NOT need the so called Government too involved in our lives. The F it up.
As far as the best example of private largess that I can think of would be the Noble Prize fund that has lasted OVER a century! The Gov could NEVER do that!
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#23024 Dec 19, 2013
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>SRY XXX I usually agree with you but I take exception with the 1st part of this post. I don't have insurance & I am supposedly above the poverty level, at least on paper.
I work for a small company, 30 employees including the owners. NO buying power for insurance so even tho there is insurance available to me, but the monthly premiums plus the deductables would equal fully 1/3rd of my net pay which would not leave me enough $$ for housing, groceries, car maintenance, etc. so I have to take chances with my health cost since the other things that I mentioned are unavoidable expenses.
I believe that I am in the minority of the ones that "fall thru the cracks" that have a full time job but that is what life has dealt me & I'm not going to whine about that mostly because I am 'old school' & expect to make my own way.
Even tho I don't have insurance, I do NOT trust the government to run a bath without wasting a lot of water. That is why I don't want ACA.
The Gov can't run the USPS, Medicare, Medicaid, Fanny May, Freddy Mac, the Highway System, Social Security, SNAP, & on & on.
I/WE do NOT need the so called Government too involved in our lives. The F it up.
As far as the best example of private largess that I can think of would be the Noble Prize fund that has lasted OVER a century! The Gov could NEVER do that!
Understood. But the problem I have with this scheme is that it's primary goal is to take from those who are covered and give to those that are not, all the while being orchestrated by the federal government.

Don't get me wrong. I've told my story about our crappy medical care. Granted, we employees do not contribute to it, but it's still crappy care. As I told my employer, I would much rather make less per hour and have better coverage than to make more in wages and be stuck with what we have. It's unfortunate, but my coworkers would rather have higher wages.

This is not to ignore that I am a person with preexisting conditions. I've been an insulin dependent diabetic for nearly 30 years and the usual side effects of that disease of high blood pressure and cholesterol problems, all being treated via medication.

So I get sick and tired of hearing about those with preexisting conditions. I have them. I've never been uninsured.

Discussing my financial problems with the Cleveland Clinic, I found that if I dropped my insurance coverage at work, the Clinic would treat me for free. Everything from a doctors visit to major surgery. The problem with this route? Commie Care. Commie Care F'd up any possibility of me getting coverage. Worse than that, because Commie Care takes from me and gives to the hardware store clerk, it's likely our crappy coverage will only get crappier.

Thanks Obama. You Communist, Socialist piece of crap!

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