Okay, well that's a lot of money, so kudos to Obama for that!<quoted text>
Just cutting $600 Billion Dollars from Bush's $1.4 Trillion Dollar annual budget deficit.
Wait ...$600 Billion Dollars a year in savings from Right Wing Wacko deficits ... I forgot .... As Dick Cheney taught us,(when not engaging in war crimes), on Right Wing Wacko planet, deficits don't matter.
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Since: Dec 08
#9558 May 8, 2013
Since: Dec 08
#9559 May 8, 2013
2016 --- The Rise of the Libertarians!
Vote for and Elect Gary Johnson!
Music & poetry from Will Dockery & The Shadowville All-Stars:
#9560 May 8, 2013
I wondered when one of you lowlifes would changes someones post. You're and a complete and total idiot. Hannity would be proud. Wow. What a moron.
Since: Dec 08
#9561 May 8, 2013
Yeah, and I had to go back like 15 pages here just to get to this note, written yesterday!
Hogbottom in Fort Mitchell went great last week, our all local music festival to raise funds for Veterans down on their luck:
A note from Dave to all those who participated in Hogbottom? this year, on
"I just wanted to offer my appreciation for you and the guys playing at
Hogbottom? again this year. We had the biggest crowd ever with at least 900
through the gate and after the tally is in, I fully expect we will be well
over our goal of $10,000 for the House of Heroes! Please pass along my
thanks to the others. Ya'll were great! God Bless You. And coming sooner
that I want to think about, Hogbottom 9!" -Dave Pattillo
Published on May 7, 2013
The Shadowville All-Stars are: Will Dockery ~vocals, Jack Snipe
~guitar,backup vocals, Brian Mallard ~guitar, John Phillips ~bass, Eric
Gunter ~drums, Patricia Suddeth ~tambourine,backup vocals, Terry Gannon ~
guitar, Alicia McLeod ~keyboard, Terry Gannon ~guitar, Jamie McGuire
~trumpet.Playing a benefit at Hogbottom for the House of Heroes.
#9562 May 8, 2013
We don't have to point out how dumb you are. You do it all by your lonesome. Are you on something? For real.
Since: Dec 08
#9563 May 8, 2013
Kind of hard to keep track of this thread, with over 15 pages filled in one day, but I feel about ready to step back into the arena!
Hope all has been well with y'all.
Music & poetry from Will Dockery & The Shadowville All-Stars:
#9564 May 8, 2013
Hold onto your hat.
"Peter Ferrara pens a fantastic Op-Ed in Forbes this morning. He documents the myriad inaccuracies claimed by the Obama Administration regarding his new budget, the staggering amount of spending contained therein, and the additional taxes to be levied. He also does some cost comparison to Ryan’s budget and dispels the myth of the tax cut vs tax credit,(a point I have made many, many times as a CPA), and discusses the problems with Obama’s treatment of entitlement reform.
Some of the highlights include:
No reduction in spending, even net reduction from expected increase in spending.
Cancels sequestration,“Obama’s budget proposes to spend $46.5 trillion overall over the next 10 years, even more than the Senate Democrat budget, the highest government spending in world history.
“Obama’s budget also proposes $1.1 trillion in additional tax increases, on top of the $1 trillion in tax increases already going into effect this year under Obamacare, and the $600 billion in tax increases from the expiration of the Bush tax cuts for them in January”
Raises taxes on the middle class, The “Buffett Rule” doubles the top capital gains tax rate from when Obama entered office — making it the 4th highest rate on the globe.
Explains the difference between tax credits and tax cuts — and how most of Obama’s so-called “cuts” are credits, which is government spending run through the tax code.
“His own budget admits that after 10 years, the deficit would still be $439 billion, still about the highest in history before President Obama. Congressman Paul Ryan’s House Republican budget, in sharp contrast, would balance the federal budget within 10 years, with no tax increases, as scored by CBO”.
“President Obama’s budget claims to reduce federal deficits by $1.8 trillion over the next 10 years. But that only results from calculating the effect on deficits from an “adjusted baseline” used by the Obama budget, and not the CBO baseline”.
“Obama’s budget assumes a suddenly booming economy to result from these policies, with real GDP growth in 2016, the end of his second term, at 3.6%, more than four times the average of his first term”
He assumes that there will not be another recession within the next 10 years.
Obama's budget will ”only reduce Social Security spending increases by one-fourth of one percent. Even with Obama’s “reform,” his own budget projects Social Security spending to soar over the next decade by 85%, from $768 billion last year to $1.427 trillion in 2023.
So what is the point of the President issuing a budget proposal now?
The point is to simply posture for all those low information, Twitter voters in the 2014 elections, who will hear only from all the Democrat Party propagandists at the New York Times, the Washington Post, and MSNBC and brethren. They will hear only about President Obama’s “spending cuts,” his grand, compromising, entitlement reforms, and how he is fighting for the middle class, with declining median incomes throughout his Administration, for the poor, with record, soaring poverty, and for “equality,” even as inequality has actually risen throughout his Administration. Is this generation of Americans in the process of proving America’s more than 200 year experiment with democracy a failure”
#9565 May 8, 2013
Go play with yourself dummy. Or better yet, with your hogs.
#9566 May 8, 2013
There really is something wrong with that boy.
You ever see a puppy that you're trying to teach to play fetch? He learns he gets a reward when he brings back the ball. But then he'll bring you shoes, acorns, the cat - anything he can find hoping for more rewards.
I think what we have with bored is a starved-for-attention, hoping to get another dose of approval, 15-year old kid.
There's definitely something wrong with that Bored boy.
#9567 May 8, 2013
He's got to be on something. Poor little fat boy. He's sounds like he was raised by his grandparents.
#9568 May 8, 2013
It must be terrible to awaken daily in mode.
#9569 May 8, 2013
The morning is fresh. The day is young.
Remember, your leader occupies the Oval Office.
And still not happy.
Since: Nov 12
#9570 May 8, 2013
#9571 May 8, 2013
Thanks again for creating 6 liberals with your post.
A more articulate explanation as to why America must never again allow Right Wing Wackos to rule could not have been drafted.
-that the Right Wing's policies created:
- Trillion Dollar budget deficits, after inheriting a surplus from Democrats - Forget about it.
- 3.000 dead Americans, the destruction of the WTC, and the attack on the Pentagon - Forget about it.
- the destruction of the economy, banking system, and the automobile industry - Forget about it.
- the three wars that cost $6,000,000,000,000.00, none of which were paid for - Forget about it.
- the destruction of the middle class and the redistribution of wealth to the top 1% of the population which is so extreme that one family is wealthier than 40,000,000 Americans combined - Forget about it.
Maybe Right Wingers aren't either greedy Anti-American hypocrites or mentally deficient,
maybe they just have no memories.
Hopefully, someday the scientists will find a cure.
#9572 May 8, 2013
Yes, I did see that, in fact, it was in the quoted text to which I replied.
Perhaps you missed this part...
3) The vast majority of households that don’t pay federal income taxes are either elderly or paying payroll taxes. As you can see below, 60 percent of those who don’t pay income tax are still working and paying taxes for Social Security and Medicare. Their tax liability is just too low to qualify for the income tax. Another 22 percent of non-payers are retirees.
Only about 7.9 percent of households are not paying any federal taxes at all. That’s usually because they’re either unemployed or on disability or students or are very poor.
Or maybe you missed this part...
4) Many low-income workers don’t pay federal income taxes thanks, in part, to a series of tax cuts endorsed by Republicans over the years.
...For instance, most (though not all) elderly households are excluded from paying taxes on their Social Security benefits. And low-income workers with children can qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Child Tax Credit. As Keith Hennessey explains, the latter was a major GOP initiative during the 1990s and 2000s, and conservatives used to tout them as vital poverty-reduction measures...
Course the point, as usual, is the context of the statement. Within the very narrow confines of the words that are spoken it is certianly a true statement, but then that narrow statement does not represent the entire picture. It's really not relevant because it is out of context.
#9573 May 8, 2013
They must have relatives in South Carolina.
We understand that news is hard to swallow.
Shocking, isn't it?
You'll settle down.:)
#9574 May 8, 2013
Same oh, same oh boring crap, a broken record.
#9575 May 8, 2013
You're just stupid. I'm happy dummy. I have the day off. You're butt buddy addressed me first. I really don't know why I even reply to you especially. Like I said you're stupid and no good can come out of talking to you. Are you that bald headed dude that keeps cyber stalking me? You're really weird.
#9576 May 8, 2013
You find charisma to be an appropriate replacement for honesty.
You believe Al Gore when he talks about Global Warming and you believe everything the movie "An Inconvenient Truth".
You believe joining the military is a disgraceful decision and worthless cause and is only for losers and uneducated people.
You claim to support the troops but refuse to support their mission.
You find flashy rhetoric to be a suitable substitute for sincerity.
You believe that the deliberate omissions of facts are not considered to be lying.
You believe that the mention of "God" in the "Pledge of Allegiance" is an un-Constitutional violation of the Separation of Church and State.
You simultaneously condemn America and its system while reaping the rewards.
You refuse to acknowledge any contributions to society that were not made by minorities.
You continue to trash America, claiming how horrible and evil it is, yet you refuse to leave.
You believe Yassar Arafat was deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize.
You believe guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens are more of a threat than nuclear weapons in the hands of a hate filled dictator.
You believe Ernesto "Che" Guevara to be a hero.
You believe that people should not have to be expected to take responsibility for their actions.
You believe that mothers who are drug addicts should be allowed to have children and to raise them while they are addicted.
You believe that Capitalism oppresses people and Socialism liberates people.
You believe that Socialism has not has a fair chance to succeed.
You believe the Government should provide "entitlement" programs, rather than expect people to earn what they want.
You refuse to lift a finger to save an unborn baby but will rush to the aid and defense of violent serial-felons on death row.
You believe teachers should not use the class-room to promote politics, unless the teacher is promoting anti-Conservative agendas, then it becomes a matter of "Free Speech".
You try to make excuses on behalf of terrorism.
You believe in choice except when it comes to retirement, schools, health care, and religious speech.
You believe Clinton was an "honest and virtuous man".
You believe that unwed teenage mothers should get a paycheck from the Government.
You ignore more than 50 years of medical warnings about tobacco use, but when you get cancer, the tobacco company is to blame.
#9577 May 8, 2013
Turn that frown upside down.:)
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