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Did you vote today?

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stupidenous

Mount Pleasant, AR

#29497 Feb 26, 2014
Hitler was not a racist when he was first voted into power . It waa long after his election and raising the national socialist party that his delusions caused the jewish holocaust .
Lisa

Mountain Home, AR

#29498 Feb 27, 2014
I seen Obama on TV today doing what he does best, Lying and telling half the truth. He said 4 million have enrolled in obamacare, Wow sounds good and may even be true. But what he didn't say 6 million lost their healthcare because of obamacare. And with the millions of Americans 4 million is a drop in the bucket. Obama stop lying to us,
Lisa

Mountain Home, AR

#29499 Feb 27, 2014
Maggie wrote:
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But Hitler was a racist
So is the Obama's so what's you're point.

Since: Dec 10

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#29500 Feb 27, 2014
Lisa wrote:
I seen Obama on TV today doing what he does best, Lying and telling half the truth. He said 4 million have enrolled in obamacare, Wow sounds good and may even be true. But what he didn't say 6 million lost their healthcare because of obamacare. And with the millions of Americans 4 million is a drop in the bucket. Obama stop lying to us,

If six million people lost their insurance, that would mean the insurance companies would have

six million less people paying premiums, A loss of revenue that large would throw the industry into a panic.

Can you name any insurance companies in financial trouble today?
Maggie

Jonesboro, AR

#29501 Feb 27, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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If six million people lost their insurance, that would mean the insurance companies would have
six million less people paying premiums, A loss of revenue that large would throw the industry into a panic.
Can you name any insurance companies in financial trouble today?
we have several times that many people out of work, you see any countries in financial trouble today?
Maggie

Jonesboro, AR

#29502 Feb 27, 2014
Lisa wrote:
<quoted text> So is the Obama's so what's you're point.
Irony
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#29504 Feb 28, 2014
stupidenous wrote:
Hitler was not a racist when he was first voted into power . It waa long after his election and raising the national socialist party that his delusions caused the jewish holocaust .
You might want to read Mein Kampf written in 1923.

It amazes me..the number of Hitler apologists while considering the number of American servicemen killed and maimed during WW2.

BTW, Hitler added the name Socialist to their standard simply as a attempt to appeal to a wider segment of the German people. There was nothing leftist about Hitler.
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#29505 Feb 28, 2014
Lisa wrote:
<quoted text> So is the Obama's so what's you're point.
We are all racist to a degree, it's just that some come to realize we all share a common lineage, a common humanity. To deny this makes one an antagonist to mankind as a whole.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#29506 Feb 28, 2014
Maggie wrote:
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we have several times that many people out of work, you see any countries in financial trouble today
SEVERAL
more than two but not many.
"the author of several books"
synonyms: some, a number of, a few; More

6 million x more than two, but not many = how many unemployed?

Safe to say it would be more than 12 million.........

The U. S. Bureau of Labor put that number at 10.2 million as of Jan. 2014.

The rest of your analogy is just as flawed as this part..

squeezers

“Deport them all deport Now”

Since: Aug 13

The Woods

#29507 Feb 28, 2014
Redd wrote:
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We are all racist to a degree, it's just that some come to realize we all share a common lineage, a common humanity. To deny this makes one an antagonist to mankind as a whole.
The Obama's are in a place to use their racism agonist all American's. We are not.
mad Potato

Bella Vista, AR

#29508 Feb 28, 2014
squeezers wrote:
<quoted text> The Obama's are in a place to use their racism agonist all American's. We are not.
Oh me Oh My the sky is Falling again and again Wolf Wolf Wolf.Wuff Wuff Wuff.
Maggie

Jonesboro, AR

#29509 Feb 28, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
SEVERAL
more than two but not many.
"the author of several books"
synonyms: some, a number of, a few; More
6 million x more than two, but not many = how many unemployed?
Safe to say it would be more than 12 million.........
The U. S. Bureau of Labor put that number at 10.2 million as of Jan. 2014.
The rest of your analogy is just as flawed as this part..
When your parents gave up on you, did that make you feel useful?. When people give up trying to find a job, does that mean they are employed? If you truly believe there are only 10.2 million people unemployed in this country you are as dumb as you act..

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#29510 Feb 28, 2014
Maggie wrote:
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When your parents gave up on you, did that make you feel useful?. When people give up trying to find a job, does that mean they are employed? If you truly believe there are only 10.2 million people unemployed in this country you are as dumb as you act..
I did not say that I. "truly believe" any thing except your analogy was as flawed as the vague numbers you dreamed up.

I used a fact source to support my opinion.

What fact source,(IF YOU HAD ONE), would you present to back your opinion,?
Maggie

Jonesboro, AR

#29511 Feb 28, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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I did not say that I. "truly believe" any thing except your analogy was as flawed as the vague numbers you dreamed up.
I used a fact source to support my opinion.
What fact source,(IF YOU HAD ONE), would you present to back your opinion,?
You actually believe that there are only 10.2 million people seeking employment in this country? You can prove just about anything by manipulating numbers, heck, given enough time and computer resources I could make it appear that you have an iq above 70, no one would believe it but I could make it look that way.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#29513 Feb 28, 2014
Maggie wrote:
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You actually believe that there are only 10.2 million people seeking employment in this country? You can prove just about anything by manipulating numbers, heck, given enough time and computer resources I could make it appear that you have an iq above 70, no one would believe it but I could make it look that way

.
I see, you believe the numbers are manipulated, the number is higher than 10.2 million, but you have no idea how you know it, you just know your right, did I get that right ?
lol

West Memphis, AR

#29515 Mar 1, 2014
Yep
Redd

Little Rock, AR

#29517 Mar 1, 2014
Maggie wrote:
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You actually believe that there are only 10.2 million people seeking employment in this country? You can prove just about anything by manipulating numbers, heck, given enough time and computer resources I could make it appear that you have an iq above 70, no one would believe it but I could make it look that way.
That is the number of people actively seeking employment, the rest, like most of your acquaintance, are seeking welfare.
Dale Cook for Sheriff

Memphis, TN

#29518 Mar 1, 2014
Redd wrote:
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That is the number of people actively seeking employment, the rest, like most of your acquaintance, are seeking welfare.
?
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#29519 Mar 1, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
SEVERAL
more than two but not many.
"the author of several books"
synonyms: some, a number of, a few; More
6 million x more than two, but not many = how many unemployed?
Safe to say it would be more than 12 million.........
The U. S. Bureau of Labor put that number at 10.2 million as of Jan. 2014.
The rest of your analogy is just as flawed as this part..
10.2? Is that all that's out of work? So everyone else of working age in America has a job right? Sure you want to stick by that number? Or is that just the number that gives today's politicians a warm fuzzy feeling inside that they are doing the best job they can and being responsible with the power given them by the people?
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#29520 Mar 1, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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I did not say that I. "truly believe" any thing except your analogy was as flawed as the vague numbers you dreamed up.
I used a fact source to support my opinion.
What fact source,(IF YOU HAD ONE), would you present to back your opinion,?
Saying any government agency or source is factual is na´ve at best. No information that comes from our government can be considered "factual". I guess you also believe Harry Reid when he says that everyone who claims their insurance premiums have gone up or that they have lost the insurance and doctor they liked, due to Obamacare, is lying?

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