Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
OMTE

Grinnell, IA

#5077 Mar 24, 2013
omte 2 wrote:
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neither can your wife.
You wish you were me puss.
honestly

Tuskegee, AL

#5078 Mar 24, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>She's scared. If the comment I made the other night didn't rile her up then nothing will. They were circling the wagons and then decided they agreed with me and went home. I can handle a couple of little soft a$$ women.
I was talking about Jodi Arias! You are probably the only person in America that thinks shes innocent, unless that was sarcasm. As for Synergy, I like her and her views. I believe we are all entitled to our own beliefs.
honestly

Tuskegee, AL

#5079 Mar 24, 2013
honestly wrote:
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I was talking about Jodi Arias! You are probably the only person in America that thinks shes innocent, unless that was sarcasm. As for Synergy, I like her and her views. I believe we are all entitled to our own beliefs.
BTW- I like Aggie & his/her views also. Even though Aggie could probably care less.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#5080 Mar 24, 2013
honestly wrote:
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BTW- I like Aggie & his/her views also. Even though Aggie could probably care less.
Actually, I appreciate the comment. Thank you.("her" by the way)
honestly

Tuskegee, AL

#5081 Mar 24, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Actually, I appreciate the comment. Thank you.("her" by the way)
You are more than welcome. I agree with all you post!
Man in Plaid

Sylacauga, AL

#5082 Mar 24, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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That bill was voted on in September. It was nothing more than party politics to give the Democrats and their lackeys something to point at the Republicans about and declare exactly what you are saying now. The bill was redundant. There are already 6 different programs in existence to help veterans find jobs. One provides tax credits to businesses that hire veterans. Another program or two already provide funds to police and fire departments to hire veterans. It was nothing but a ploy and another example of duplicative programs that waste tax payer money. Yeah, facts are pesky all right.
It seems that this kind of empty maneuvering has replaced substance in our government. As long as you can make people think that the other side is destroying the country by cutting off someone's funding, then you'll do enough to satisfy your supporters.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#5083 Mar 24, 2013
OMTE wrote:
I guess all these threats of violence and degrading of women was just to much for synergy to take and she's got Dave on lock down to. Has anyone been watching the Jodi Arias trial? I think she's innocent.
Nope. I am still hanging close. You guys have just not had anything to say of any real importance to me, or that I thought was worth responding to, so I just read. Not trying to be a smartass but the forums intellectual level needs to come up a some again.
I told you what I thought about your post and that was all I had to say about it.
Synergy is a big girl and can damn well take care of herself when she wants to. I don't know why she hasn't responded to you. I assure you that she must have her reasons. I don't know, if you can tell me how a women thinks then you will be the first man on earth to do that.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#5084 Mar 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>That bill was voted on in September. It was nothing more than party politics to give the Democrats and their lackeys something to point at the Republicans about and declare exactly what you are saying now. The bill was redundant. There are already 6 different programs in existence to help veterans find jobs. One provides tax credits to businesses that hire veterans. Another program or two already provide funds to police and fire departments to hire veterans. It was nothing but a ploy and another example of duplicative programs that waste tax payer money. Yeah, facts are pesky all right.
We better alert the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans association, and the other veterans organizations supporting the bill, that they are are just not smart enough to understand what they should support, and what they shouldn't.

So, we'll retrain our veterans to understand that:

When Bush underfunded Walter Reed and made wounded veterans live in squalor - with mold and rats, squalor is good;

When Right Wingers refuse to fund veterans programs at the levels the veterans and the Moderates and Progressives demand- that's shows how much Right Wingers love veterans;

When Democrats consistently vote at higher rates to fund veterans programs than Republicans - that's good for veterans

When the Right Wing House is gutting 11 Billion this year alone from veterans programs - that was good for veterans.

The neat thing about this debate is jts about money - not emotion.

Right Wingers love veterans -they'll say lots of fancy words with the flags waving in the background of the TV shots, just don't ask them to spend their money on them.

Talk is cheap - money - now that's something else.
frazer IVAW

Hogansville, GA

#5085 Mar 25, 2013
Do not vote for this man. he is a supporter of obama and OBAMACARE!

Research his voting record! His Record goes against the United States Constitution! PLEASE LISTEN TO THE VETERANS YOU SAY YOU SUPPORT!

Concerned IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN veteran,

Sean Frazer

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#5086 Mar 25, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Oh, those pesky facts:
Your Right Wing buddies had no answer to the facts - maybe you can do better:
"Senate Republicans prevented a veterans’ jobs bill from coming to a vote today by forcing a budget point of order vote.
The Veterans Jobs Corps bill — which is part of President Obama’s push to secure jobs for veterans — would have provided $1 billion over five years to hire 20,000 young veterans for public lands jobs and prioritize vets for first responder jobs such as police, firefighter, or EMT. The measure would have also provided young vets access to the infrastructure with which to assist in job searches, such as access to computers, internet and career services advisers.
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, a vets group that supported the legislation, called the GOP move “a huge disappointment,” adding,“Today, politics won over helping vets.”
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said he would block the measure until the Pakistani doctor that aided the CIA in looking for Osama bin Laden was freed, while Coburn claimed the bill would have no chance of passing the House so it wasn’t worth the effort.
On, thank you Right Wing Republicans for denying help to help our jobless veterans.
Yep, those caring Republicans. They love unemployed Iraq veterans so much they want to keep them that way.
Just curious. What else was included in the bill? Usually when something like this is blocked, it's because there are other issues with the bill.
Also, remember right after Obama was elected, he wanted wounded veterans to pay for their own health insurance and treatment? Guess you forgot that, huh? He caught so much HELL, he backed down. Where was his love of veterans then?
Your last sentence is typical progressive country destroying rhetoric.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#5087 Mar 25, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
Here's some more facts demonstrating what hypocrites Right Wingers are - claiming they care so much - while they screw our veterans every chance they get.
Now, earlier your Right Wing buddies were unable to refute the obvious - but maybe you can, or just throw so e personal insults out there.
Whichever...
It's amazing it is possible for Right Wingers to be so wrong so often and remain so clueless.
Oh, those pesky facts:
Republicans Seek To Cut Benefits for Disabled Veterans
Republicans Seek To Cut Benefits for Disabled Veterans
"Remember Michele Bachmanns’s attempted $4 billion cut from disabled veterans compensation? Well, they're back. Except this time they are looking to cut away at our VA healthcare.
Republican Paul Ryan and the House of Representatives are looking to end VA healthcare benefits for disabled veterans.
According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, 35, the cuts would leave 130,000 veterans with no healthcare alternative. This means veterans with conditions not recognized by the VA, like certain diseases from Agent Orange exposure, would have to pay for healthcare out of pocket if they had not other service connected disability".
Instead of merely increasing the co-pay or taxing Wall Street, Congress wants to just cut your benefits out, all together.
"The Republican budget would cut $11 billion from veterans spending, or 13 percent from what President Obama asked for to support our veterans.
But, this shortsightedness isn't new.
Back in 2005, President Bush underfunded the Department of Veterans Affairs by about a billion dollars, despite its need.
The result? Secretary Jim Nicholson was forced to crawl before Congress and plead with it to pass emergency supplemental spending, just so it could keep the doors open.
Would you PLEASE post the link to your information????? I'm not saying it's not true(although I wonder about your interpretation), but you libs have an aversion to posting your sources. President didn't LOVE our veterans until he was taught a lesson about his attitude. Don't remember that little tidbit, huh?
You know, you can go on and on about how correct you are(in your mind) about what is going on, but I can go out and take a look around and tell what is REALLY going on. This country is well on it's way down the tubes. It didn't start with Bush(regardless of what your warped interpretation of republicans is) and Obama is just carrying on the job that was started years ago. Just curious: How do you progressives want our country to be? What direction is this country heading in that excites you so much?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#5088 Mar 25, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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A little obsessed are we ?
Attacking me in response to a post by someone named Apparition ?
It's OK.
We Progressives have been carrying Right Wingers on our backs since Reagan, while the Right Wing parasites never stop whining whenever asked to contribute.
This is absolutely delusional. You progressives ARE the parasites.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#5089 Mar 25, 2013
honestly wrote:
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I was talking about Jodi Arias! You are probably the only person in America that thinks shes innocent, unless that was sarcasm. As for Synergy, I like her and her views. I believe we are all entitled to our own beliefs.
Thank you, honestly.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#5090 Mar 25, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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We better alert the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans association, and the other veterans organizations supporting the bill, that they are are just not smart enough to understand what they should support, and what they shouldn't.
So, we'll retrain our veterans to understand that:
When Bush underfunded Walter Reed and made wounded veterans live in squalor - with mold and rats, squalor is good;
When Right Wingers refuse to fund veterans programs at the levels the veterans and the Moderates and Progressives demand- that's shows how much Right Wingers love veterans;
When Democrats consistently vote at higher rates to fund veterans programs than Republicans - that's good for veterans
When the Right Wing House is gutting 11 Billion this year alone from veterans programs - that was good for veterans.
The neat thing about this debate is jts about money - not emotion.
Right Wingers love veterans -they'll say lots of fancy words with the flags waving in the background of the TV shots, just don't ask them to spend their money on them.
Talk is cheap - money - now that's something else.
Here is another INTERPRETATION. Want more?

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/...

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#5091 Mar 25, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Here is another INTERPRETATION. Want more?
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/...
Good link, Synergy. There were other amendments that Republicans wanted to add to pay for the bill, but the Democrats wouldn't let them be voted on - Dems did not want Republicans to support the bill and thus take away their disingenuous finger pointing opportunity. They love to use people as props and pawns.
columbus native

Edmond, OK

#5092 Mar 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Sentence fragments are not helpful in trying to understand your post. Are you actually saying our soldiers are "spoiled" and overpaid and fighting for selfish reasons? No wonder you voted for Obama.
You military whinners are the worst. Go fight a war for cheney bush and haliburton and want the rest of us to applaud!Many got their huge student loans discharged, got nice salaries with big bonuses and the taxpayer picks up your tab. Injured or killed? Why did you go and fight a senseless war and when the outcome is not pleasing you want everyone to feel soooo sorry for you.
columbus native

Edmond, OK

#5093 Mar 25, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Really, recent polls have Obama's approval ratings dropping steadily - 4 points since last month and 8 points since December to 47%. And when looking at just self identified Democrats and Independents, his numbers have dropped up to 10% depending on the poll. At the same time, the number of those identifying themselves as Republicans has increased, while those identifying themselves as Independents is at the lowest point since November. Maybe the public is finally waking up - just wish it had happened sooner.
Your ken and barbie romney pair would be a worst disaster then Obama. You want us to stop doing anything good for OUR country here in America and go blow our brains out all over the world foghting enemies that are dangerous to their own countries but not MINE. Get a life, get out of the military so you can think straight, go to a technical school learn a trade and start paying taxes instead of bleeding this great country with over-hyped military BS. You are no World War 11 or Korean war winners but exspensive losers who got caught up in the worst presidents evers deceitful crooked ways.
columbus native

Edmond, OK

#5094 Mar 25, 2013
CORE CORRUPTION wrote:
BOTH SHAMELESS AND ISICKSON VOTED FOR THE WALL STREET INVESTMENT BANK BAILOUT.
After bush and company took all regulations off Wallstreet there was a giant unregulated run on our banks and financial institutions by corrupt individuals who believe as corruptly as bush. The result is a massive bailout paid for by honest taxpayers or else this country and world would be in the worst depression ever to almost outdo bush the worst scumbag ever! Take regulations off the cattle raisers and you get lots of cattle feces to go along with your hamburger meat. It's ashame there has to be regulations but with human greed at it's highest level it unfortunetly is a necessity. In fact I question those who want to unregulate everything. Are they not aware that regulations(not over regulations) gurantee our safety on all levels from scame artists all around us!
domino

Hull, GA

#5095 Mar 25, 2013
columbus native wrote:
<quoted text>You military whinners are the worst. Go fight a war for cheney bush and haliburton and want the rest of us to applaud!Many got their huge student loans discharged, got nice salaries with big bonuses and the taxpayer picks up your tab. Injured or killed? Why did you go and fight a senseless war and when the outcome is not pleasing you want everyone to feel soooo sorry for you.
You could stop making statements on things you know nothing whatsoever about. Those "Military Loans" as you put it, are call GI Bills, which each individual pays in every pay period. If one does not serve their full enlisrment, then that is lost. As a matter of fact, unless its reinstated, Obama has taken that away too. And the soldiers, themselves, paid it in. ITS THEIRS!
Man in Plaid

Eastaboga, AL

#5096 Mar 25, 2013
We right-wingers complain when we "have to contribute" because we are the main contributors of tax dollars. At some point, the parasite-infested host realizes that if he doesn't get rid of the bloodsuckers, he won't sustain life much longer. And parasites, being parasites, couldn't care less.

It appears to me that the contribution of the progressives to the modern political landscape is the creation of a large and growing class of people who depend upon the government to support them in various ways. My favorite government dependent this time of year is the recipient of the six thousand dollar tax refund. How can someone who doesn't pay taxes draw such an enormous check at the taxpayers' expense? It makes me wonder if a person who persists in a non-productive lifestyle because he/she can depend upon the government to tax money taken from solvent workers to supplement his/her meagre income each year is the embodiment of a new kind of American Dream. This gives a new meaning to "full faith in the American government."

I wonder what Marx and Engels would say were they here to observe this new means of manipulating and robbing the working class voters. Perhaps they would see the creation of a dependent class as a way of splitting the proletariat, thus diminishing its political potential. This raises an important question: What are the Progressives progressing toward? If this split of the proletariat is any indicator, then it appears to be a progression toward oligarchy. Should not a Progressive see this as a problem? Should they not be disconcerted by the growth of a large group of voters who cast ballots for their cause out of economic dependence rather than informed decisions based upon critical thought? Is not this only a means of using the conditioned needs of many to ensure the power of the few? Is this progress or regress?

As a reader of history and classic literature, I cannot help but see the Progressives' recent use of those dependent on the government as a contemporary episode of a courtship with a fickle mob. When allegiance derives from handouts, the mob will turn to those with the deepest pockets and the most lucrative offer. Should the parasitic nature of entitlements-based politics reach its inevitable end, the failure of the American economy and currency, how will the Progressives fare with the monster hat they have created as a means to power?

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