It's not change it's going back to what we know to have failed before - in a big way!<quoted text>
That is not true Frank! I'm hopeing for change in November and I wont hate it at all.
"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.
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#45327 Aug 12, 2012
Even Gov. Bobby Jindal, the smartest man within the GOPer party, criticized Ryans doom and gloom budget proposal! So why did Romney choose Ryan? To shore-up conservative support! So, by default, Paul Ryan becomes the intellectual leader of the party. Not because he has a monopoly on good ideas, but rather he's the only guy with any ideas at all. Even their nominee is nothing more than vacant shell spouting tired clichés and platitudes.
#45331 Aug 12, 2012
Montgomery Gentry - Something To Be Proud Of
#45332 Aug 12, 2012
After 4 years of Obama trying to destroy America...a Bush recession would be greatly welcomed. At least we can come back from a recession. If Obama gets another 4 years to complete the goal of taking America down it's all over for your kids and grandkids.
Soros will play a bigger part in the take-down if Obama is re-elected. Google his dirty deeds in Britain and that will give you a clue as to how he will energize the dirty deeds plan he has for Americans. Soros bought Barry Hussein 4 years ago and will reap the benefits of that investment if Obama is re-elected.
#45333 Aug 12, 2012
How come THIS ONE "disappeared"??????
Now HERE is something to be proud of!
Don't be afraid. Candidates who care about leaving our kids something besides mountains of extinction level DEBT are to be respected not slandered. You seem to think that voting Democrats don't give a crap about our legacy to our children. You are very wrong. We want to take our Party back from Obama and Pelosi and the DNC is leaving us no option but to Vote Romney.
#45334 Aug 12, 2012
Social Security's long-term funding gap exceeds $30 trillion, dwarfing short-term surplus
Updated: August 12, 2012 - 11:22 AM
WASHINGTON - As millions of baby boomers flood Social Security with applications for benefits, the program's $2.7 trillion surplus is starting to look small.
For nearly three decades Social Security produced big surpluses, collecting more in taxes from workers than it paid in benefits to retirees, disabled workers, spouses and children. The surpluses also helped mask the size of the budget deficit being generated by the rest of the federal government.
Those days are over.
#45335 Aug 12, 2012
Lay off the hooch and hide in the basement - and stay there!
#45336 Aug 12, 2012
Frank there is hope for you yet, Bobby Jindal is sharp! However to call Ryans proposal 'doom and gloom' is a bit dramatic, he is also pretty sharp frank! He really don't plan to push old ladies in wheelchairs off cliff's. Your President is pushing America off a cliff Frank and that's a fact! I was for Herman Cain and still would be if he was running, alas I have only two choices, I feel better about voteing for Romney/Ryan than Obozo/Bumbling Joe! You have a right to your opinion and I do support that Frank! I don't hate Democrats and I dont hate you Frank! wtf however is another story.
#45337 Aug 12, 2012
I saw Paul Ryan a couple of yrs. ago and was impressed at how he was not afraid to let the others know exactly what he thought of their B/S ideas, I think it was a damn good choice for Romney to make,Actually I would bet that in a debate he would tear Odummer and Biden a new ass,He seems way smarter than the two of them put together(OBAMAS WORRIED)..
#45338 Aug 12, 2012
Sometimes I wonder if Obama even cares about the Presidency,Lord knows he doesn't Respect the Honor and is yet to prove he even deserves it in my opinion...
#45339 Aug 12, 2012
Poor ole Joe would'nt know what happened if he got his ass tore, and Obama would blame it on bush!
#45340 Aug 12, 2012
You ever wonder if Barak was his or his fathers real name??
Baraka means blessing in Hebrew, Arabic and Arabic-influenced languages. It may refer to:
Baraka, also berakhah, in Judaism, a blessing usually recited during a ceremony
Baraka, also barakah, in Arabic Islam and Arabic-influenced languages such as Swahili, Urdu, Persian, Turkish, a blessing from God in the form of spiritual wisdom or divine presence. Also a spiritual power believed to be possessed by certain persons, objects, tombs.
Baraka, a rarely used French slang term for luck, derived from the Arabic word
Baraka, fully ḥabbat al-barakah, aka Nigella sativa, a spice with purported health benefits
Baraka Bashad, meaning "may the blessings be" or just "blessings be", originally a Sufi expression and also used in Eckankar....
He does more work in the middle east to help than he does at home,He empowers their military while attempting to dismantle ours,Got our asses strung out throughout the entire region and all hell is getting ready to break lose..
#45341 Aug 12, 2012
That's some funny sh!t rightthere,I don't care who you are,LMAO!!!
#45342 Aug 12, 2012
Wonder what would happen if Syria came over here and started passing out weapons on Wall Street????
#45343 Aug 12, 2012
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN - OR INTEREST
15 THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT PAUL RYAN
His five favorite songs are Gallows Pole(Led Zeppelin),Immigrant Song(Led Zeppelin)Trucking(Grateful Dead),For Whom the Bell Tolls(Metallica), and A Country Boy Can Survive(Hank Williams, Jr.).
Hes known as a gym rat who does 200 push-ups every morning, lifts weights, and likes the popular P90X workout program.
He married Janna Christine Little, who was then working as a tax attorney in the Washington office of PricewaterhouseCoopers, in 2000.
Hes an avid hunter and fly-fisherman. He shot an eight-point buck on the opening day of Wisconsins 1999 hunting season with Janna, then his fiancée, next to him in a deer stand.
He can make Polish sausage and bratwurst from scratch.
He got a job on Capitol Hill (as a Republican congressional aide) immediately after graduating from Ohios Miami University in 1992 with majors in economics and political science.
As a student, he was drawn to the writings of free-market/free-society theorists Ayn Rand and Friedrich Hayek.
In 1986, during his sophomore year in high school, he worked at a McDonalds, and as a college student he worked during the summer as a salesman for Oscar Meyer Company (and even was photographed behind the wheel of the Wienermobile).
In 1996 he was a speechwriter for Republican vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp, whom he considers one of his mentors.(Other mentors have included Dennis Hastert, the former House speaker from Illinois, and Tommy Thompson, the former Wisconsin governor and Health and Human Services secretary.)
He likes Singha beer.
The fourth child in a Roman Catholic family, he often fingers a rosary.
He was voted prom king as a senior at Janesville Craig High School in Janesville, Wis.
He was raised by his mother after his father, Paul, Sr., died when he was just 16. He saved the Social Security survivors benefits he received to help put himself through college.
As part of a running gag, he once gave a fellow Wisconsin congressman a nose-hair trimmer packed in a box from Tiffany & Co.
His mother encouraged him to get into politics because she was afraid he would become a ski bum.
#45344 Aug 12, 2012
And what did your party of "business men" produce in 8 years under Gdub? Friggen misery around the world is what they produced! Careful or you'll fall off your pink Unicorn - poor slob! Let's all fall in line and do it again ...
#45345 Aug 12, 2012
The idea that the Republicans want to "go back" to that which has been the way for this County to be the best and most powerful and successful nation ever,is some what silly.Surely,there is reason to go back to what has been so successful and not try that which has put the European Countries in bankruptcy!!!Going back to success.Going back to honesty,morality,going back to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights,going back to having a secure Border,to not trying to police the World,going back to being that which is good and rightous.
You are correct,many of the folks in this Country would go" back", and there are ones that do not believe in getting mixed up in other Countries problems,unless they interfer with us or our allies.
From what can be ascertained from Romney and from Mr Ryan`s programs,this is what the Country needs right now,to go forward,grow,,as the army slogam,"be all you can be"!!!
#45346 Aug 12, 2012
The look on Obama's face is priceless.
No telepromter visible for Paul Ryan.
Awesome speech, IMO.
Paul Ryan: Hiding Spending Doesn't Reduce Spending
"I will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficits -- either now or in the future."
(Remarks by President Obama to a Joint Session of Congress, September 9, 2009)"
#45347 Aug 12, 2012
The people most hurt by the week economy are the unemployed and the poor, obviously the two problems are related. Yet the rightwing keeps insisting that we must protect the wealthy because they are under attack and suffering oh really now? We have 23 million people who are unemployed, involuntarily working part-time, or given up looking for work nearly 15 percent of the labor force. And poverty has reached 15.1 percent of the population at a level that it was at in the mid-1960s.
The first priority of the U.S. government should therefore be restoring full employment. This is a relatively easy thing to do. As a number of none-partisan economists have pointed out: "It's like having a dead battery in a car, and while there may be a lot wrong with the car, you can get the car going remarkably easily, if you're willing to accept that's what the problem really is."
Most economists are well aware of what the problem really is and have said so, since it is so simple and basic. The economy lost close to $2 trillion in private annual spending when the real estate bubble burst in 2007, and much of that has not recovered. State and local governments continue to tighten their budgets and lay off workers.
If the federal government had simply funded these governments' shortfalls, as the Obama administration has put forward to congress, we would have an additional 2 million jobs today. The rightwing cliché says, we can't borrow and spend our way to full employment, but there is no economic basis for their arguments. In fact, the federal government can borrow at 1.6 percent interest today for 10-year bonds. This is basically free money. The problem is not a lack of solutions, but a lack of political will and courage. It is clear by now, the GOPers are a dangerous horde of economic arsonists!
#45348 Aug 12, 2012
Come on now Frank!!
What do you think the Billions of stimulus were?Where did they go and what did they do?Obama had 3and 3/4Th's years to do as he pleased.All he has done is give us a Medical Bill 63% of the people in this Country do not want.In order to get that,many had to be bribed to vote for it.When the jobs bills are stymied in Congress in the Senate by Harry Reid and Obama`s party of no!!
When the pipe line is being held up,and could create jobs and make this Country fuels independent?When the loan to Solyndra was not timely,(they went bankrupt shortly)
and the loan was not secured as any one should know how to do(not give money of the taxpayers away).
Me thinks your last sentence should apply to this administration and Obama!!But the one prior is certainly one we could agree on.
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