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Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>Are you sure it's a him because we are sure that don't know nothin is a girl. Who can tell may even be a teenage.
You're a simple MFer aren't you.
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Feb 19, 2013
 
than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>You know we all can see through that tough girl imagine of yours. You love obama and love defending him. Then because certain people on here don't agree with you, I meant what i said you attack like a junk yard dog. And boy do you love to critize all of us. If you don't like what we have to say, please feel free to go to another forum or start another forum. After all this is a free country and your intitled to your opinion and we are intitled to our opinion, so if you don't like it, have enough respect for yourself and others and quit bashing everybody's opinion. If you don't like what i got to say tough, ever heard of free speech. Lady please feel free to go to another forum . Find new hobby. You know if you just once talked to all us nicely you just might get different results. That old say you can catch more flies with honey than you vingner is true. Try be nice sometime you might be shocked what happens.
If you do not like what the lady says,

quote: tough, please feel free to go to another forum, Find new hobby.

Or you could just say,'get your ass back in the kitchen woman and cook me some biscuits, then set at my feet.

Must be really hard on that, Way wiser Man size ego, to get dressed down on a daily basis by a Woman.


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<quoted text>"true inbred" and this is comming from someone who lives where their brother and sisters marry each other and cousins get to join in? RIIIGGGGHHTTT. I saw that Jerry Buss died today and do not care. The life of a Lakers owner must have been real hard. But I was assuming it said Bush sense all of your rhetoric makes no sense anyway. LOL RIIGGHT. So now the result of deregulation from the banking sector and wallstreet tycoons along with tax breaks for the richest people in America and 2 wars put on credit cards are all Frank and Clinton's fault. GET REAL. Bush deregulated the financial sector, deregulated wall street trading, deregulated the banking system, deregulated taxes, and then put 2 wars with no end in sight on a credit card. ALL BUSH. One of those wars we should have never been apart of. Yellow cake bought in Africa my ass. They deliberatly instigated and construed the American public into believing this BS, just as republicans and your ignorance that is being spewed on here is trying to do.
Wait a second. First off, Bush did fight two wars and most of it was paid for on a credit card which Obama called unAmerican. I would imagine that the bulk of the fighting which was done under Bush cost significantly more than the fighting under Obama. If it didn't cost more then we need to find out why because we have not been firing near as many missles or using near as many resources as we did on the front end of those wars. Bush racked up about $4 trillion in debt in 8 years while Obama has almost doubled that amount $6 trillion in just 4 years. The ironic thing is that Obama did it on the same "bank of China" card he called Bush unAmerican for using. As for the banking system, there is plenty of blame to go around but you should not ignore the fact that Barney Frank repeatedly talked about the stability of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac while he was pushing for relaxed loan guidelines so more people could get into a home. It wasn't until the housing market crashed that he flipped and called for tougher regulation. All this did is strangle the banks who now need to make loans to qualified individuals and businesses but can't. I would argue that Barney Frank and Chris Dodd should bear the brunt of the blame in that debacle.
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dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text> OH and Arnold Schwartzenager was a democrat right? Get real. Ran the show for years yah that makes sense. Yah all this comming from the 2nd poorest state in the nation congrats Arkansas way to be in the top 10 failures of the nation.
Ahnold was as Republican as Hillary Clinton. Wait Wait Wait, I'll use the liberal battle cry "it was Grey Davis fault, you're racist". I do give you kudos for not even trying to deny the unwashed, drug addicted, welfare sucking leeches. There is an old saying "California slept with Mexico, unable to afford the unplanned pregnancy they got a free abortion. The undeveloped fetus survived. They named it Oregon"
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Wait a second. First off, Bush did fight two wars and most of it was paid for on a credit card which Obama called unAmerican. I would imagine that the bulk of the fighting which was done under Bush cost significantly more than the fighting under Obama. If it didn't cost more then we need to find out why because we have not been firing near as many missles or using near as many resources as we did on the front end of those wars. Bush racked up about $4 trillion in debt in 8 years while Obama has almost doubled that amount $6 trillion in just 4 years. The ironic thing is that Obama did it on the same "bank of China" card he called Bush unAmerican for using. As for the banking system, there is plenty of blame to go around but you should not ignore the fact that Barney Frank repeatedly talked about the stability of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac while he was pushing for relaxed loan guidelines so more people could get into a home. It wasn't until the housing market crashed that he flipped and called for tougher regulation. All this did is strangle the banks who now need to make loans to qualified individuals and businesses but can't. I would argue that Barney Frank and Chris Dodd should bear the brunt of the blame in that debacle.
What most ignorant liberals don't understand is that the meltdown of 2008 was called "Barney Franks legacy" by the Boston Herald. And great point about the evil Bush racking up a 4 trillion dollar debt and the savior Obama doing the right thing by tripleing it. It's scary how stupid most liberals are.
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What most ignorant liberals don't understand is that the meltdown of 2008 was called "Barney Franks legacy" by the Boston Herald. And great point about the evil Bush racking up a 4 trillion dollar debt and the savior Obama doing the right thing by tripleing it. It's scary how stupid most liberals are.
I would just about guess that you would say G.W. Bush former policies did not have a thing to do with U.S. debt going even higher.

Reagan sent the debt through the roof, Bush blew a budget surplus and brought this country to it financial knees.




If I were a Republican, that would scare me too.

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What most ignorant liberals don't understand is that the meltdown of 2008 was called "Barney Franks legacy" by the Boston Herald. And great point about the evil Bush racking up a 4 trillion dollar debt and the savior Obama doing the right thing by tripleing it. It's scary how stupid most liberals are.
Have you ever heard of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC), AKA-Angelides Commission?

A bi-partisan commission, of Republicans and Democrats.


"While the vulnerabilities that created the potential for crisis were years in the making, it was the collapse of the housing bubble—fueled by low interest rates, easy and available credit, scant regulation, and toxic mortgages— that was the spark that ignited a string of events, which led to a full-blown crisis in the fall of 2008. Trillions of dollars in risky mortgages had become embedded throughout the financial system, as mortgage-related securities were packaged, repackaged, and sold to investors around the world. When the bubble burst, hundreds of billions of dollars in losses in mortgages and mortgage-related securities shook markets as well as financial institutions that had significant exposures to those mortgages and had borrowed heavily against them. This happened not just in the United States but around the world. The losses were magnified by derivatives such as synthetic securities.“

Not as simple as the Boston Herald editorial board's

"Barney Franks legacy"

is it?

Oh stupid me will take the opinion of a bi-partisan commission with subpoena power over that of the editorial board.

Hmmm

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Feb 19, 2013
 
Hey wrote:
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I would just about guess that you would say G.W. Bush former policies did not have a thing to do with U.S. debt going even higher.
Reagan sent the debt through the roof, Bush blew a budget surplus and brought this country to it financial knees.
If I were a Republican, that would scare me too.
Let em' have their fun here on topix because ever since Rush, Beck, and Fox News inception you might notice the Republicans have steadily lost voters and national elections.

Let em' live the under the impression that the majority of voters want some radical off the wall right-wing BS setting policy for the rest of us.

They are their own worst enemies and I wish them well in their outdated and ineffective pursuits.
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Feb 19, 2013
 
The Tea Party was the best thing to happen to Democrats in a long time, keep up the good work knuckle draggers.

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What most ignorant liberals don't understand is that the meltdown of 2008 was called "Barney Franks legacy" by the Boston Herald. And great point about the evil Bush racking up a 4 trillion dollar debt and the savior Obama doing the right thing by tripleing it. It's scary how stupid most liberals are.
Let's be honest. Fannie and Freddie, didn't make subprime loans'

and Barney Frank sure as Hell did not force the credit-rating

agencies to slap high-grade ratings on packages of subprime debt.
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BARNEYII wrote:
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Have you ever heard of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC), AKA-Angelides Commission?
A bi-partisan commission, of Republicans and Democrats.
"While the vulnerabilities that created the potential for crisis were years in the making, it was the collapse of the housing bubble—fueled by low interest rates, easy and available credit, scant regulation, and toxic mortgages— that was the spark that ignited a string of events, which led to a full-blown crisis in the fall of 2008. Trillions of dollars in risky mortgages had become embedded throughout the financial system, as mortgage-related securities were packaged, repackaged, and sold to investors around the world. When the bubble burst, hundreds of billions of dollars in losses in mortgages and mortgage-related securities shook markets as well as financial institutions that had significant exposures to those mortgages and had borrowed heavily against them. This happened not just in the United States but around the world. The losses were magnified by derivatives such as synthetic securities.“
Not as simple as the Boston Herald editorial board's
"Barney Franks legacy"
is it?
Oh stupid me will take the opinion of a bi-partisan commission with subpoena power over that of the editorial board.
That is, of course, unless the editorial board fits your point of view...

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<quoted text>That is, of course, unless the editorial board fits your point of view...
Let me point out the obvious here, the commission was a
BI-PARTISAN one made up of Dems-Gop-and others, who issued a report on the facts they had obtained.

The editorial was a partisan, subjective opinion of the Newspaper.

Now which source are you going to choose,

the Republicans with facts gathered under oath,

or the editorial board, whose bottom line is to sell Newspapers?


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Feb 19, 2013
 
Obamaville

http://www.youtube.com/embed/xEYFFiEnUjQ

Turn the sound up.

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<quoted text>That is, of course, unless the editorial board fits your point of view...

I went to the BOSTON GLOB web site and search their editorial archives for "Barney Franks legacy" and I came up with 1,187 post matching that.


Really would like to know which one of those 1187 articles you were referring to.

If you would not wait till 23 post latter to answer this.

I sure would appreciate it.
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BARNEYII wrote:
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Let me point out the obvious here, the commission was a
BI-PARTISAN one made up of Dems-Gop-and others, who issued a report on the facts they had obtained.
The editorial was a partisan, subjective opinion of the Newspaper.
Now which source are you going to choose,
the Republicans with facts gathered under oath,
or the editorial board, whose bottom line is to sell Newspapers?
Like I said, you'll use which ever one agrees with your point of view.
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BARNEYII wrote:
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I went to the BOSTON GLOB web site and search their editorial archives for "Barney Franks legacy" and I came up with 1,187 post matching that.
Really would like to know which one of those 1187 articles you were referring to.
If you would not wait till 23 post latter to answer this.
I sure would appreciate it.
You don't even know who you're communicating with anymore.
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The only thing wrong with this country is everyone else, so repeat after me, "Everyone else!"
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dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text>That is probably because you don't know what the link means, as you cannot copy and paste it to your translator. Get a job like you have been telling everyone else and contribute. I love how you and that other republican who thinks he's so "wiser" than me. You 2 are the only ones that post consistantly throughout the day with no rhyme nor reason leading others to believe that you are infact those "welfare" reciepients you demonize and condemn. You do not deserve half the respect other posters have shown you 2 as your replies with koolaid and derogatory comments show your ignorance, when you cannot reply to the truth. Instead you change the subject to koolaid drinking hippies or some other form of name bashing to get your jollies off. Grow up and get a green card you perezoso mexicano and lay off the fox news drip as your guns will not be stripped from your homes all mighty "wiser" than me.
Hey TOOL, I am retired. I was fortunate to be able to retire early because my parents instilled in me knowledge, wisdom, outstanding work ethic, morals and solid core values. They are proud of the life I made, I am proud of the family I raised. They are Republicans. I wish democrats could be like this also..
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Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Warrior i figured you might this interesting. Check it out. www.obamagolfcounter.com .
WOW! Typical I have mine, you get yours liberal!
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Hey wrote:
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I would just about guess that you would say G.W. Bush former policies did not have a thing to do with U.S. debt going even higher.
Reagan sent the debt through the roof, Bush blew a budget surplus and brought this country to it financial knees.
If I were a Republican, that would scare me too.
And Obama has lowered it. LMAO!

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