Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2010?

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Yesterday House Democrats unveiled a “Make it in America” agenda that is designed to spur domestic job creation with a series of common sense and proven reforms to address the nation’s persistent unemployment crisis by promoting exports, strengthening trade enforcement, hiking infrastructure spending, and rewarding companies that stop shipping Americans’ jobs overseas. The Democrats’ goal is to rebuild and restore the rapidly vanishing middle class, and it is dependent on four areas of focus including a manufacturing strategy, promoting exports, training and educating workers for a modern economy, and enticing companies to relocate and bring back jobs to America. It is not a new agenda, but there is concrete evidence that it is key to jumpstarting the economy and putting the country on a path to fiscal health with a vibrant middle class.
Your effort to make this look like NEW news has failed.
Diane wa-wa of ABC evening news has been talking about this for the last several years.

Thursday Aug 5, 2010:
On Wednesday, President Obama used the platform of the AFL-CIO Executive Council to emphasize reviving American manufacturing and keeping jobs in America as his administration's new economic priority. After having failed to aggressively push for large-scale jobs creation in the face of Washington's deficit mania, Obama has unveiled new economic promises to appeal to the labor constituency he needs for the 2010 and 2012 elections.

He even insisted that his administration would "keep on fighting" for the Employee Free Choice Act—although it's been perfectly obvious to most sentient beings that his administration did virtually nothing to promote one of labor's top legislative priorities. A few progressive bloggers attacked the hypocrisy of the comments, such as Firedoglake's Michael Whitney:

For Obama to even mention the Employee Free Choice Act as anything but a deader-than-dead failure of his administration is an insult to the intelligence of every working person in America. Obama had the opportunity to push through the Employee Free Choice Act between February and April 2009. He let it linger, then let Democrats start sniping at it, and then the ship sailed with Scott Brown's election.

Still, his broader economic message was welcomed by labor, despite the disappointment that labor has periodically expressed over centrist compromises over health reform and inaction on the Employee Free Choice Act.

"The message I want to deliver to our [foreign] competitors—and to those in Washington who've tried to block our progress at every step of the way—is that we are going to rebuild this economy stronger than before, and at the heart of it are going to be three powerful words: Made in America," Obama said to union leaders' applause.

As the AFL-CIO Now blog noted, the president made clear how this upcoming election would be a choice between "polices that encourage job creation here in America or encourage jobs to go elsewhere...The choice is whether we want to go forward or we want to go backwards to the same policies that got us into this mess in the first place."

In truth, the ambitious pro-manufacturing agenda doesn't seem likely to be enough -- even if it managed to overcome GOP opposition and a politically nervous Democratic leadership -- to dramatically reduce the high unemployment and underemployment of roughly 20 percent. Or win over skeptical labor members and liberal activists.

"In truth, the ambitious pro-manufacturing agenda doesn't seem likely to be enough."

"In truth, the ambitious pro-manufacturing agenda doesn't seem likely to be enough."

"In truth, the ambitious pro-manufacturing agenda doesn't seem likely to be enough."
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You are a TROLL. You showed your complete ignorance by stating that you were leaving this forum because we were all too dumb for you. Well, HERE YOU ARE! lol You are such a tool. You don't deserve any serious consideration.
What does Romney have to do with ANYTHING? Any statments you make in regards to the type of president he would have been is simply speculation. You have no IDEA the kind of president he would have been. But, one thing is for SURE. YOU voted TWICE for an individual who won't even condemn the members of al Quida. He was asked his opinion of al Quida and he totally skirted the question. Never DID answer it. You think you are so intelligent when in reality you are supported and participating in systematically dismantling this country. Guess what? Democratic Senator Bachus has suddenly decided that he isn't running for reelection. Wonder why? Could it be that a couple of weeks ago he warned that instating Obamacare was going to be a TRAINWRECK? Heck! He helped craft the legislation for Obamacare. ALSO, he broke ranks with fellow democrats and didn't support more background checks for those purchasing guns. The Obama Mean Machine kicked in and now Bachus is OUT after this term. You ignorant liberals are too stupid to see what you are going. Move on, TROLL.
Only insults thrown at our president and you still don't have any solutions nor do you have a candidate who would be honest and full of integrity. Vent,Fume,Rant and Rave all you want but one thing the most important thing is that you republicans will not touch or harm my country for the next FOUR YEARS, GET IT, FOUR YEARS, now take that to the bank.
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As Leo Hindery Jr. of the New America Foundation observed about this new initiative, it's been promised before by then-candidate Obama:

All the way back in July 2008, then Candidate Obama told the United Steel Workers that, "Change is ending tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas and giving them to companies that create good paying jobs here in America; it's putting people to work...making the materials we need to rebuild America; it's...creating millions of new jobs - jobs that we want to be good union jobs - and giving our workers the skills to do them."

So there you have it: 24 months after Obama's speech to the Steelworkers and 18 months after his Inauguration, we hear from Mr.[Rahm] Emanuel that "Made in America" and "ending overseas tax breaks" are finally to be the President's upcoming themes for the Fall 2010 Congressional campaigns. And political commentators and pollsters wonder why so many of us on the progressive, pro-worker side of American politics are so frustrated and cynical.

Even so, the scope of proposed congressional action is potentially helpful, but not enough to transform current economic trends. As The Washington Post recapped:

President Obama and congressional Democrats -- out of options for another quick shot of stimulus spending to revive the sluggish economy -- are shifting toward a longer-term strategy that promises to tackle persistently high unemployment by engineering a renaissance in American manufacturing.

That approach, heralded by Obama last week in Detroit and sketched out in a memo to House Democrats as they headed home for the August break, is still evolving and so far focuses primarily on raising taxes on multinational corporations that Democrats accuse of shipping jobs overseas.

The strategy also repackages policies long pursued by the White House -- such as investing in clean energy, roads, bridges and broadband service -- with more than two dozen legislative proposals aimed at developing a plan for promoting domestic manufacturing...

Senior Democrats acknowledge that the strategy emerged after the issue of off-shoring jobs figured prominently in a Pennsylvania special election earlier this year and a recent poll.

Some independent analysts are also skeptical. U.S. manufacturing jobs have been disappearing since 1979, in part because of the heightened productivity of American workers but also because of cheaper labor abroad. During the past decade, the sector lost a third of its workers, falling to 11.7 million last year from 17.3 million people in 1999, according to the most recent figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics...

All this comes when union leaders are working hard to overcome potential apathy by some union workers over the Obama administration. As the Washington Independent noted:

The Democrats know that having the unions on board and excited will be crucial to driving good voter turnout for the party during midterms, but they also realize it'll be a bit of a tall order...

Some union officials are walking away from [AFL-CIO President Richard] Trumka's call to stand by the president, though. Many union members disappointed by the "cadillac tax" on generous health benefits that found its way into Obama's health care reform bill. And there has been virtually no movement in Congress on unions' pet issue, the Employee Free Choice Act.

" The strategy also repackages policies long pursued by the White House -- such as investing in clean energy, roads, bridges and broadband service -- with more than two dozen legislative proposals aimed at developing a plan for promoting domestic manufacturing..."

" The strategy also repackages policies long pursued by the White House -- such as investing in clean energy, roads, bridges and broadband service -- with more than two dozen legislative proposals aimed at developing a plan for promoting domestic manufacturing..."

Same oh, same oh demo give aways.
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Again, the liberal news media made big hay about Made in America.

Diane wa-wa was the leader every evening.

Since billions have been wasted on green energy, we have heard very little until the democrats brought out their re-cap legislation.

Another round of green jobs, Obama denying the oil pipeline which would create thousands of jobs and not a word from libtard about obama failure to create jobs. OH excuse me, he did create thousands of gubment jobs.





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Conservatives are STILL waiting on Obama to squat or get off the pot.
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ChicknButt wrote:
If Americans wonder what Republicans would do if they had their way in Washington, they can look at any Republican-controlled state and see drastic cuts to social programs like education, safety nets, and public sector jobs to give tax breaks to corporations. A typical Republican governor is Pennsylvania’s Tom Corbett who seeks significant cuts in teacher and state workers’ pensions, cuts over $1.5 billion from education, opts out of Medicaid expansion, and gives corporations at least $2.5 billion in tax cuts. Corbett’s Draconian budget will kill about 5,000 more jobs on top of the 20,000 teacher jobs already lost to corporate tax breaks, and by not participating in the Medicaid expansion program, Corbett assures between 482,000 to 683,000 low-income residents will go without healthcare to go along with the nearly 200,000 already thrown off Medicare and Medicaid. It is noteworthy that Medicaid expansion will not cost Pennsylvania one penny until 2017, and then their share will be a paltry 10% to cover nearly a million poor, elderly, and working-poor residents. Not only is Republican Tom Corbett killing jobs, but he is killing the poor and preventing children from a decent education just to perpetuate tax breaks for the rich.
Americans will never have to worry over a foreign enemy destroying this country because Republicans have been doing a fine job for over thirty years with their despicable “get government out of the way” mantra that has borne fruit in all but two Democratic presidents’ terms. Bill Clinton presided over the greatest economic growth since Eisenhower and he accomplished it with higher tax rates for the rich and increased environmental regulations. President Obama created over 4 million jobs with one tiny infusion of government money that will go down in history as saving America’s broken economy thanks to Republican deregulation and outrageous spending on tax cuts, two wars, and a gift to the pharmaceutical industry Americans will be repaying for at least a generation. Still, Republicans in Congress are holding firm to their anti-government agenda that is killing jobs and starving an ever-increasing poverty-stricken population including children and seniors. However, where they are blocked in Washington by a Democratic-controlled Senate and President Obama, they are thriving in Republican-controlled states suffering destruction of jobs, education, and social programs while corporations reap the benefits.
One of the best examples of a republican controlled state is this piece of crap state that I am temporarily in called oklahoma. This republican bit-h governor is trying hard not to accept federal money so many that need it can have healthcare. republicans would rather spend our tax dollars every where but here in America trying to control the world, to hell with their fellow Americans. Bur atleast we won't be abused,raped and robbed for the next 4 years and even then they will probaly lose the whitehouse again.
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Sequester was and is a good thing. The only problem is that it did'nt cut enough. Both republicans and democrats would like to kill it after only 2 months because it is starting to affect their constituents. The Korean missile propaganda was an effort to scare us all, so we would pressure Congress into stopping the defence cuts that are a part of the Sequestor. It did'nt work but look for more scare tactics in the future.
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Columbus Native wrote:
<quoted text>One of the best examples of a republican controlled state is this piece of crap state that I am temporarily in called oklahoma. This republican bit-h governor is trying hard not to accept federal money so many that need it can have healthcare. republicans would rather spend our tax dollars every where but here in America trying to control the world, to hell with their fellow Americans. Bur atleast we won't be abused,raped and robbed for the next 4 years and even then they will probaly lose the whitehouse again.

Too sad, too bad. Possibly another who wont get taxpayer monies.

Get a job!
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Bored wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...Since billions have been wasted on green energy, we have heard very little until the democrats brought out their re-cap legislation.
Another round of green jobs, Obama denying the oil pipeline which would create thousands of jobs and not a word from libtard about obama failure to create jobs. OH excuse me, he did create thousands of gubment jobs.
Tell us about the last sunshine spill washing down a subdivision street in Anywhere America.

http://money.cnn.com/2013/04/22/news/economy/...
There are more solar energy workers in Texas than there are ranchers. In California, they outnumber actors, and nationwide, America has more solar workers than coal miners.
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Bored wrote:
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Too sad, too bad. Possibly another who wont get taxpayer monies.
Get a job!
Oh no don't quit your job, I gets lotsa tax dollars. That 6.2% that comes out of your check, if you work, pays for,Housing Assistance, Social security money on time every third of the month, food stamps, only 1.15 for any prescription and last but not least any doctor I choose to go to with absolutely no co-pays. Keep working like a dog cause we expect another raise come January.
domino

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Columbus Native wrote:
<quoted text>One of the best examples of a republican controlled state is this piece of crap state that I am temporarily in called oklahoma. This republican bit-h governor is trying hard not to accept federal money so many that need it can have healthcare. republicans would rather spend our tax dollars every where but here in America trying to control the world, to hell with their fellow Americans. Bur atleast we won't be abused,raped and robbed for the next 4 years and even then they will probaly lose the whitehouse again.
Maybe not but we will continue to get blown up by Obama's Muslim cohorts. Not a combatant my ass!
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It's sure enjoyable pestering these dumchit republicans. It's going to be for almost 4 more years. How many are going to lose it,I mean blow a fuse, throw a rod, blow their mental head gaskets! Just thrills me to no end seeing synergy and company darn near have a nervous breakdown right here on this forum. No, I'll stick around and watch these trainwreaks for a long time. I had to put up with their rotten bush for 8 painful years now they have to go threw what many of us had to.
never will be

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Synergy wrote:
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BTW, why do you CARE what the GOP does? You are a liberal left wing democrat. You are in the cat bird's seat. Why do you even CARE?
I CARE about the damn country, not Republicans, not Democrates, not Liberals and not conseratives! I am not at all like you, never have been and with Gods help never will be.
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Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Ooops, not just Reagan...

Bush: Bigger surplus makes tax cuts OK
05/03/00- Updated 12:38 PM ET
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/e98/e1686...

WASHINGTON (AP)- The economy's relentless growth means federal surpluses will be far larger than estimated, leaving plenty of room for George W. Bush's proposed tax cut, aides to the presidential contender said Tuesday.

Bush's new estimates came amid cries from supporters of his Democratic rival, Vice President Al Gore, that the Republican's plan would be so big that it would force deep spending cuts and a return to budget deficits. Bush's plan ''still doesn't add up,'' a Gore adviser asserted.
Stop it with the facts !!!

First we have Right Wing Wacko Ronnie Ray-Gun using Right Wing economic policies and Tripling the national debt - and the Middle Class gets screwed.

Then we have Right Wing Wacko and Corporate Tool Bush #2 using Right Wing Wacko economic policies to turn a budget surplus into a $1.4 Trillion Dollar deficit, to double the national debt, and screw the Middle Class.

Next then you know - you'll be claiming anyone with an IQ higher than a fire hydrant would understand Right Wing Whacko economic policies are ........ well...... Wacko.
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It is incomprehensible that somebody could build their net worth, through home ownership, and then have the powers that be destroy that home through government permitted error, and then deny responsiblity or accountablity and deny due process, basic liberty, or legal representation. There were just too many, so you own it free of debt, the government through fraud permits harm, then through added harm, says none of that matters making it very difficult to restart.
While they hold the citizen hostage, counting on government tyranny to do nothing, making it very difficult to spend resources to restart. So in essence you have the government taking people into poverty, adding harm, so they can't fight out of the poverty, then wiping them out when they try to protect liberty, that they can't reboot. What becomes the result? The top creating the jobs, not the middle or working class, the antithesis of what this country was founded upon.
Then in the event you find an innovator from the middle or working class, you exploit the efforts through hostage taking, I realize it is called something else, what I don't know, but something, and do nothing until they are wiped out, and have no choice but to be held exploited by the top. And what did the person do? Try to build worth through buying and paying off a home, what the core values in America say to do.
And your response back is get a job, reinforcing exactly what is the antithesis of what this country was founded upon, as it was founded upon create a job, and build up.
Our founding fathers were founding...
How about stating that all citizens have rights to liberty, due process and the constitutional rights to be free of harm when buying a new home in the USA as the start, and when they are harmed, they are compensated for that harm? Then you have the basics back so the innovator can reboot, and create jobs.
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Bored wrote:
Conservatives are STILL waiting on Obama to squat or get off the pot.
Conservatives would watch Obama turn rain-drops into gold nuggets and complain about him littering.

Then in the same breath they would propose pipelines across aquifers because David Koch told them to.
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<quoted text>Leviticus 18:22 Just to clear up your "expert" interpretation.

You are letting your hatred cloud your interpretation. How do you KNOW the rich and powerful DON'T help others? How do you KNOW they don't help the sick and downtrodden? YOU DON"T. You are simpley so FULL of HATE and ENVY(Now, what is it that the Bible says about envy?), that you are USING the Bible to make yourself feel better. Read my previous post to you. It "might" encourage you to think for yourself for a change.
Wow - Right Wing Planet has its own Bible !!!

You see, my old King James version has Leviticus in the Old Testament - long, long, long, long, long, before Jesus was born.

But there on Right Wing Planet, Jesus came to us twice - once as an old dude named Leviticus - then later as Jesus.

I always thought Jesus came to Earth once. Who knew ?

Here's some other interesting abominations and comments from 'Ol Leviticus and his merry band of Old Testament kill joys.

a) When I burn a bull on the altar as a sacrifice, I know it creates
a pleasing odour for the Lord (Lev. 1:9).
The problem is my neighbors bitch to the zoning people. They claim the odor is not pleasing to them. Should I smite them?

b) I would like to sell my daughter into slavery, as sanctioned in
Exodus 21:7. What do you think would be a fair price for her?

c) I know that I am allowed no contact with a woman while she is in
her period of menstrual uncleanliness (Lev. 15:19-24).
The problem is, how do I tell? I have tried asking, but most women take offense.

d) Lev. 25:44 states that I may indeed possess slaves, both male and
female, provided they are purchased from neighbouring nations.
A friend of mine claims that this applies to Mexicans, but not
Canadians. Can you clarify?

e) I have a neighbour who insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus
35:2 clearly states he should be put to death.
Am I morally obligated to kill him myself, or should this be a neighborhood project?

f) A friend of mine feels that even though eating shellfish is an
abomination (Lev. 11:10), it is a lesser abomination than
homosexuality. I don't agree. I mean, a shrimp just isn't the same
as a you-know-what.

g) Lev. 21:20 states that I may not approach the altar of God if I
have a defect in my sight. I wear reading. glasses. Does my vision have to be 20/20, or is there some wiggle
room here?

h) Most of my male friends get their hair trimmed, including the hair
around their temples, even though this is expressly forbidden by
Lev.19:27.
How should they die?

i) I know from Lev. 11:6-8 that touching the skin of a dead pig makes
me unclean, but may I still play football if I wear gloves?

j) My uncle has a farm. He violates Lev. 19:19 by planting two
different crops in the same field, as does his wife by wearing
garments made of two different kinds of thread (cotton/polyester
blend). He also tends to curse and blaspheme a lot.
Is it really necessary that we go to all the trouble of getting the whole town
together to stone them?(Lev.24:10-16)

Couldn't we just burn them to
death at a private family affair like we do with people who sleep
with their in-laws?(Lev. 20:14)

Gotta love folks who pick and chose which abominations from the Old Testament are important.

As for me- I'm safe - no need to stone me to death - my hair falls out so fast Leviticus' followers won't have to kill me.
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Oh my wrote:
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Uhmmm, apparently Bush the Lesser was also calling it a surplus...
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/e98/e1686...
The economy's relentless growth means federal surpluses will be far larger than estimated, leaving plenty of room for George W. Bush's proposed tax cut, aides to the presidential contender said Tuesday
You know what's funny about that comment? In that very same article from 2000 Gore said "The math still doesn't add up!".

Turns out that it didn't add up.

But Republicans still keep on wanting to follow that path to proven destruction. Idiots.
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Oh my wrote:
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Tell us about the last sunshine spill washing down a subdivision street in Anywhere America.
http://money.cnn.com/2013/04/22/news/economy/...
There are more solar energy workers in Texas than there are ranchers. In California, they outnumber actors, and nationwide, America has more solar workers than coal miners.

Nationwide, the solar industry says it employs 119,000 people.

Here's some coal dust in your eyes.

"There are approximately 174,000 blue-collar, full-time, permanent jobs related to coal in the U.S."

"This total does not include indirect employment - workers who are not directly employed in the coal industry, but whose jobs are supported by that industry, which ranges in the low hundreds of thousands."

And here's some fossil fuel to burn you up.

"Even with a breakneck pace of growth, the clean-energy industry would not be creating as many jobs as the fossil fuel industry: It simply is not big enough at the moment to draw in hundreds of thousands of new workers per year. The Pew study, for instance, estimated that 770,000 people worked in green energy. That compares with more than nine million jobs for oil and gas, and many more for coal and other industries."


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Here's in your eye.

"Solar supporters are going on the offensive about their field's jobs angle. The industry receives considerable government support, and talking about its employment advantages broadens the conversation beyond global warming."

Considerable gubment support = tax dollars wasted.
If it was self supporting, it could work. Being just another welfare agency, it's a lousy proposition.

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