ChickenFajitas

Douglasville, GA

#82 Dec 6, 2012
Bigdave1 wrote:
I am glad to hear a liberal say the time has passed to stop playing the blame game although they still invoke Bush's name in every other sentence of blame.
Well, it works like this: If the discussion of blame must come up (like how did we achieve the deficit), the person who EARNED the blame GETS the blame. And if that person happens to be the last Republican that we allowed to sit behind the Resolute Desk, well, so be it. It doesn't change with time. It's just a fact.

We don't have to linger on those questions though. Unfortunately, many do keep laying the blame on the current president, rather than the one who earned the blame,and they seem to require frequent smack-downs to remind them of the facts.

Since: Nov 08

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#83 Dec 6, 2012
B-Man2 wrote:
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said the idiot who hates the fact that Obama is going on a well earned vacation. If fact, you contribute nothing to these discussions other than your seething hatred for black people who have been elected president.
Yeah, your contribution is life changing.*laughing*

AND....YOU are certainly one to point the "hate finger". Have you reread YOUR posts???? If you aren't the very definition of hate, I don't know what is.

Other than that, you are just a little breath of fresh air. Grrrrrrrrrrrr. Hissssssssss.
runninghot

Douglasville, GA

#84 Dec 6, 2012
Some of you people make me laugh. You act like Obama hasn't spent a cent and hasn't run the deficit way up in just 4 years. Yeah and they talk about facts. Ha,Ha,ha,ha.

Since: Nov 08

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#85 Dec 6, 2012
ChickenFajitas wrote:
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Well, it works like this: If the discussion of blame must come up (like how did we achieve the deficit), the person who EARNED the blame GETS the blame. And if that person happens to be the last Republican that we allowed to sit behind the Resolute Desk, well, so be it. It doesn't change with time. It's just a fact.
We don't have to linger on those questions though. Unfortunately, many do keep laying the blame on the current president, rather than the one who earned the blame,and they seem to require frequent smack-downs to remind them of the facts.
What if you are wrong about Obama? If I'm wrong, it will be all good. Everyone will be happy and equal, so it won't matter. But, what if you're wrong?
runninghot

Douglasville, GA

#86 Dec 6, 2012
PorkFajitas is never wrong. Just ask him. We may soon all be equal and living in poverty together. Won't that be great! What a perfect socialized society it would be.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#87 Dec 6, 2012
ChickenFajitas wrote:
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Well, it works like this: If the discussion of blame must come up (like how did we achieve the deficit), the person who EARNED the blame GETS the blame. And if that person happens to be the last Republican that we allowed to sit behind the Resolute Desk, well, so be it. It doesn't change with time. It's just a fact.
We don't have to linger on those questions though. Unfortunately, many do keep laying the blame on the current president, rather than the one who earned the blame,and they seem to require frequent smack-downs to remind them of the facts.
Well make up your mind. I guess you can't. You are still doing the same thing. You have just written a whole thread blaming Bush for everything. You say one thing then do the opposite.

Since: Jan 10

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#88 Dec 6, 2012
runninghot wrote:
PorkFajitas is never wrong. Just ask him. We may soon all be equal and living in poverty together. Won't that be great! What a perfect socialized society it would be.
Yep. He was never wrong under his previous names, either. Or so he thinks...

Since: Jan 10

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#89 Dec 6, 2012
Bigdave1 wrote:
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... You say one thing then do the opposite.
You're "talking" to someone that thinks someone who MAKES $50K is in a 20% tax bracket. MAKES, not taxable income. Someone's not playing with a full deck, if ya know what I mean...

“The real B-Man”

Since: Nov 12

Carrollton, GA

#90 Dec 6, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
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You're "talking" to someone that thinks someone who MAKES $50K is in a 20% tax bracket. MAKES, not taxable income. Someone's not playing with a full deck, if ya know what I mean...
not playing with a full deck, huh? like someone with multiple personality disorder?(ie Synergy/Dave/Bill)
ChickenPlatter

Douglasville, GA

#91 Dec 6, 2012
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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Now Harry Reid is the one refusing to vote on Obama's "Fiscal Cliff" plan. The games of the democrats will never end.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Wednesday offered to force a vote on President Obama’s deficit-reduction plan, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) was having none of it.
This leads up to one of the FUNNIEST of Republican moments in the Senate.

McConnell said "put it up for a vote! Let's try to screw progress" Harry Reid said "You got it Buddy, let's see what happens!".

Mitch ended up filibustering his own request.

It simply doesn't get any better than that.
ChickenPlatter

Douglasville, GA

#92 Dec 6, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
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You're "talking" to someone that thinks someone who MAKES $50K is in a 20% tax bracket. MAKES, not taxable income. Someone's not playing with a full deck, if ya know what I mean...
Just to keep the record straight:

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/douglasville-...

It was a very rough mathematical example, and it was plainly and explicity stated as such, simply to illustrate a point.

The arrogant and assholish tried to get uppity about that and had to be set straight. I actually had to show him some tax tables. I didn't mind helping him out though, I get that not everybody understands taxes.

Since: Nov 08

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#93 Dec 6, 2012
B-Man2 wrote:
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not playing with a full deck, huh? like someone with multiple personality disorder?(ie Synergy/Dave/Bill)
B-man, take off the hater shades.

What if you're wrong about Obama? I have asked you this over and over. You don't have an answer, do you? You've never even considered it, have you?
ChickenPlatter

Douglasville, GA

#94 Dec 6, 2012
Synergy wrote:
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What if you're wrong about Obama?
This repetitive thought that you keep having..it's indicative of a serious problem that a good counselor might be able to assist you with.

Now, with our concern about your mental well-being out of the way - Do you have any idea how idiotic that question is by its very nature?

What if you're wrong about what you ate for breakfast? WHAT IF!!??? Well, even if you were wrong about how good it would be, at least it wasn't a bowl of poop.(I hope.)

Since: Nov 08

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#95 Dec 6, 2012
ChickenPlatter wrote:
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This repetitive thought that you keep having..it's indicative of a serious problem that a good counselor might be able to assist you with.
Now, with our concern about your mental well-being out of the way - Do you have any idea how idiotic that question is by its very nature?
What if you're wrong about what you ate for breakfast? WHAT IF!!??? Well, even if you were wrong about how good it would be, at least it wasn't a bowl of poop.(I hope.)
You don't HAVE an answer. You've NEVER considered that you MIGHT be wrong???????? Wow.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#96 Dec 7, 2012
ChickenFajitas wrote:
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Well, it works like this: If the discussion of blame must come up (like how did we achieve the deficit), the person who EARNED the blame GETS the blame. And if that person happens to be the last Republican that we allowed to sit behind the Resolute Desk, well, so be it. It doesn't change with time. It's just a fact.
We don't have to linger on those questions though. Unfortunately, many do keep laying the blame on the current president, rather than the one who earned the blame,and they seem to require frequent smack-downs to remind them of the facts.
Just don't forget to include the Democrat majority House and Senate of 2006 - 2010 when playing the blame game.

$6 trillion, in new debt, blame Obama, I get it.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#97 Dec 7, 2012
B-Man2 wrote:
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not playing with a full deck, huh? like someone with multiple personality disorder?(ie Synergy/Dave/Bill)
2nd time around:

What has Synergy posted that that states her "seething hatred" of President Obama?

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#100 Dec 7, 2012
Let’s understand President Obama’s strategy in the “fiscal cliff” negotiations. It has nothing to do with economics or real fiscal reform. This is entirely about politics. It’s Phase 2 of the 2012 campaign. The election returned him to office. The fiscal cliff negotiations are designed to break the Republican opposition and grant him political supremacy, something he thinks he earned with his landslide 2.8-point victory margin on Election Day.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#101 Dec 7, 2012
July 22, 2011, Obama had said that “$1.2 trillion in additional revenues .&#8201;.&#8201;. could be accomplished without hiking tax rates, but could simply be accomplished by eliminating loopholes, eliminating some deductions and engaging in a tax reform process.” Which is exactly what the Republicans are offering.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#102 Dec 7, 2012
Obama has never shown interest in genuine debt reduction. He does nothing for two years, then spends the next two ignoring his own debt-reduction commission. In less than four years, he has increased U.S. public debt by a staggering 83&#8201;percent. As a percentage of gross domestic product, the real marker of national solvency, it has spiked from 45&#8201;percent to 70&#8201;percent.

“Marble Man”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#103 Dec 7, 2012
Obama has created an entirely new entitlement — funded from a raid on Medicare - Obamacare — that, according to the Congressional Budget Office, will increase spending by $1.7&#8201;trillion over 11 years.

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