Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

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Che Reagan Christ

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You're like a garbage man on an airplane trying to tell the pilot how to fly. Maybe if you stopped thinking you know everything and tried to learn from others once in a while, you wouldn't appear so stupid when you post.
Yes. We should all ignore what trained experts say and listen to the box truck driver from Maple Heights. After all, who would know better about matters of science and the economy and prediction, trained scientists, statisticians and economists or a box truck driver?
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<quoted text> look I was simply browsing for an article that referenced how many reegistered voters didn't vote. If I referenced cnn would that be any different? " Former CNN correspondent turned whistleblower, Amber Lyon, analyzes CNNís response to a series of stories that ran in the Guardian that expose how the network is earning money from oppressive regimes in exchange for creating and airing content that casts a favorable light on the regimes. The stories also revealed CNN International refused to air CNNís own award-winning documentary,ĎiRevolutioní, a documentary exposing the Bahrain regimeís brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters." If you want to discredit what I referenced from the post, ok. Do it. But what you're trying to do is silly. Its a fact many rregistersd voters didn't vote. Bias source or not. All your bickering about secondhand smoke is way off point. I'm just going to reference whatever I want and if you can prove the point wrong ( like post a reference that says otherwise) then ok.
Beside the point though. Don't you think the cnn offense is wprse than an op ed about secondhand smoke? Lol!
Btw if our government didn't know where bin laden was, how did cnn know and get an interview with him.
Bbtw its impossible to reference a source who won't have some kind of bias you're an idiot. http://www.whoownsthenews.com/
The Heritage Founation is the most biased Tea Bagging site on the internet. Just because you are too stupid to know this, by no means makes me an idiot. The fact that you were even using that site to prove your point speaks volumes about your ignorance.
Che Reagan Christ

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Then where will these people live? Under a bridge? Most don't have the credit history or down payment for a home, and many don't have the income to buy a home even if they had a down payment and a good credit history.
Unless somebody takes away my write-offs alone, all landlords would increase the price of their rental units. We all go up. In fact, that's what's happening right now. You can't even find a good rent today whereas just a year or so ago, rental units were a dime a dozen and we were competing against each other.
It's a good illustration of what happens in all markets when you increase taxes or take away write-offs.
That's happening now? Because all of your write-offs have been taken away and your taxes have been raised?

People found places to live before you inherited a couple of houses. They will find places to live when you stomp your feet and raise your rent. You aren't that important.
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Infrastructure doesn't make money, it costs money. We are broke and have been for some time now. Our deficits have been over a trillion dollars a year for the last four years and there is no end in sight. Taxing the people making over 250K is no answer because that only gets us about 80 billion a year which is a little over 5% of our deficit not to mention it doesn't do anything for our debt.
Right, and we have all seen that Bush's war was free and trickle down is the answer. Wonder how American voters feel about your solutions...?
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Then where will these people live? Under a bridge? Most don't have the credit history or down payment for a home, and many don't have the income to buy a home even if they had a down payment and a good credit history.
Unless somebody takes away my write-offs alone, all landlords would increase the price of their rental units. We all go up. In fact, that's what's happening right now. You can't even find a good rent today whereas just a year or so ago, rental units were a dime a dozen and we were competing against each other.
It's a good illustration of what happens in all markets when you increase taxes or take away write-offs.
Are you talking about the stock market going up like it is right now or are you talking about home sales increasing, which they are right now? Let's ask the decreasing unemployment rate how it feels about your predictions. Or I could just ask my two seperate friends who have just purchased homes. Their last homes were forclosed on back when Bush was "fixing" our nation. If Reality wasn't busy hiding under his bed, this would be the part where he brags about his garage being nicer than people's homes, followed by him crying about his white man's oppression.
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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That's happening now? Because all of your write-offs have been taken away and your taxes have been raised?
People found places to live before you inherited a couple of houses. They will find places to live when you stomp your feet and raise your rent. You aren't that important.
Okay, where will they go? We have very few choices when it comes to where we want to live. You either live with somebody else such as a relative or friend, get an apartment or get a house. That's it.

Rentals are going up in price for a couple reasons: first of all, it's supply and demand. Because of the stricter regulations on home loans, it's difficult for many to meet the new standards. Others screwed their credit rating for many years because they lost their homes in foreclosure after the housing bubble. Some who were able to sell their home and barely get out holding their azz don't want to take that chance again. It's just smarter to rent.

Another reason is the federal government. The EPA decided our water doesn't meet their standards even though we were quite happy with our water here. The improvements needed will increase our water and sewer bills over 50% in the next five years. That cost gets passed on to the tenants like all other costs do. Currently I pay $2,500 a year just in water bills alone. Thanks to our federal government, water will now be an expensive commodity.
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Yes. We should all ignore what trained experts say and listen to the box truck driver from Maple Heights. After all, who would know better about matters of science and the economy and prediction, trained scientists, statisticians and economists or a box truck driver?
Who should we listen to? A guy who sits at home watching television all day?
Che Reagan Christ

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Okay, where will they go? We have very few choices when it comes to where we want to live. You either live with somebody else such as a relative or friend, get an apartment or get a house. That's it.
Rentals are going up in price for a couple reasons: first of all, it's supply and demand. Because of the stricter regulations on home loans, it's difficult for many to meet the new standards. Others screwed their credit rating for many years because they lost their homes in foreclosure after the housing bubble. Some who were able to sell their home and barely get out holding their azz don't want to take that chance again. It's just smarter to rent.
Another reason is the federal government. The EPA decided our water doesn't meet their standards even though we were quite happy with our water here. The improvements needed will increase our water and sewer bills over 50% in the next five years. That cost gets passed on to the tenants like all other costs do. Currently I pay $2,500 a year just in water bills alone. Thanks to our federal government, water will now be an expensive commodity.
I imagine they will go to someplace nicer than the shithole you live in.
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Who should we listen to? A guy who sits at home watching television all day?
Like most of your posts, that assumes a fact not in evidence.
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Are you talking about the stock market going up like it is right now or are you talking about home sales increasing, which they are right now? Let's ask the decreasing unemployment rate how it feels about your predictions. Or I could just ask my two seperate friends who have just purchased homes. Their last homes were forclosed on back when Bush was "fixing" our nation. If Reality wasn't busy hiding under his bed, this would be the part where he brags about his garage being nicer than people's homes, followed by him crying about his white man's oppression.
First off, according to CNN money, the stock market went up because of speculation that DumBama is going to work with Republicans to avoid the fiscal cliff. No other reason. Secondly, unemployment isn't going down. It's been the same for many months now with a .1 variation from time to time. We need to create 125,000 per month just to break even with population growth, and that isn't happening.

http://fox8.com/2012/07/04/rents-keep-rising-...
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First off, according to CNN money, the stock market went up because of speculation that DumBama is going to work with Republicans to avoid the fiscal cliff. No other reason. Secondly, unemployment isn't going down. It's been the same for many months now with a .1 variation from time to time. We need to create 125,000 per month just to break even with population growth, and that isn't happening.
http://fox8.com/2012/07/04/rents-keep-rising-...
Sorry. The stock market is up. So are home sales. Sad that when America wins, you consider it a loss or try to hand it to the Republicans. You can spin it any way you like. Obama got re-elected and our economy is doing better. Just like how you guys like to ignore the fact that our economy was tanking under Bush, you try to ignore the fact that things are obviously improving under this "socialist tyrant" we currently have. The best the GOP can come up with is to distance itself from people who think like you do.
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Sorry. The stock market is up. So are home sales. Sad that when America wins, you consider it a loss or try to hand it to the Republicans. You can spin it any way you like. Obama got re-elected and our economy is doing better. Just like how you guys like to ignore the fact that our economy was tanking under Bush, you try to ignore the fact that things are obviously improving under this "socialist tyrant" we currently have. The best the GOP can come up with is to distance itself from people who think like you do.
No matter what reports we have about the economy, nothing is concrete until if or after a settlement is reached between Congress and the Democrats. It will also hinge on holiday sales as well. Shopping usually tells us the story of consumer confidence.

You can't rely on slight movements here or there because they are subject to reversal at any time. If unemployment went up to 8.1% from 7.9%, it's ridiculous to say the economy is going in the tank. It's still in the same area and means nothing. The market is only gaining back what it lost since the election.
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Sorry.

The stock market is up.

So are home sales.

Sad that when America wins, you consider it a loss or try to hand it to the Republicans.

You can spin it any way you like.

Obama got re-elected and our economy is doing better.

Just like how you guys like to ignore the fact that our economy was tanking under Bush, you try to ignore the fact that things are obviously improving under this "socialist tyrant" we currently have.

The best the GOP can come up with is to distance itself from people who think like you do.

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Compared to QE1 and QE2, QE3 is unprecedented in its direction and scope.

As such, it's making people across the board nervous, for one familiar reason:

the possibility of inflation.

Quantitative easing is when the Fed buys securities in the hope of driving down interest rates -- ideally spurring people and businesses to borrow more and spend more.

In the case of QE3, the Fed has committed to buying $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities each month.

What makes QE3 different from QE1 or QE2 is that the Fed has put no limit on how long it will keep buying them.

Chairman Ben Bernanke has simply said that the Fed will keep buying mortgage-backed securities until the U.S. labor market improves substantially.

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The stock market is up.

So are home sales.

You can spin it any way you like.
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Sorry.

The stock market is up.

So are home sales.

Sad that when America wins, you consider it a loss or try to hand it to the Republicans.

You can spin it any way you like.

Obama got re-elected and our economy is doing better.

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The Fed is buying $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities a month to boost housing and fuel growth and employment.

40 billion = 200,000 toxic or under valued $200,000 mortgages per month.

Or

40 billion = 400,000 toxic or under valued $100,000 mortgages per month.

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180,427 New Foreclosures Sep 2012....$186,754

Foreclosure Avg Sales Price

http://www.realtytrac.com/home/

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You can spin it any way you like.
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You can spin it any way you like.

Obama got re-elected and our economy is doing better.

The Fed is buying $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities a month to boost housing and fuel growth and employment.

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180,427 New Foreclosures Sep 2012..

$186,754 Foreclosure Avg Sales Price

http://www.realtytrac.com/home/

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You can spin it any way you like.

obummer a four year failure
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What makes QE3 different from QE1 or QE2 is that the Fed has put no limit on how long it will keep buying them.

The Fed is buying $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities a month to boost housing and fuel growth and employment.

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You can spin it any way you like.

Obama got re-elected and our economy is doing better.
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Save Yourself wrote:
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The Heritage Founation is the most biased Tea Bagging site on the internet. Just because you are too stupid to know this, by no means makes me an idiot. The fact that you were even using that site to prove your point speaks volumes about your ignorance.
its at the top of the news in a google search for current articles about voters. It points out many facts about the election. If you would like to point out what lies are in it that are referenced as fact by the writer. That would help you make a point instead of spouting off your opinion about thf. I already posted this link before but I will do it again. I could say the same for most media? Facts are facts. Opinions are just opinions. I'm not saying anybody has to agree with the opinion of writer, But if you want to dispute the facts your welcome. Otherwise thanks for your opinion about thf. Awesome!

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<quoted text> its at the top of the news in a google search for current articles about voters. It points out many facts about the election. If you would like to point out what lies are in it that are referenced as fact by the writer. That would help you make a point instead of spouting off your opinion about thf. I already posted this link before but I will do it again. I could say the same for most media? Facts are facts. Opinions are just opinions. I'm not saying anybody has to agree with the opinion of writer, But if you want to dispute the facts your welcome. Otherwise thanks for your opinion about thf. Awesome!
Showing your ass again, are you, panties?
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Showing your ass again, are you, panties?
are you eager for your next fmt? No my ass is closed until tomorrow morning. You'll have to find another donor. sorry kiddy me.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fecal_bacterio...

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