Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
danger zone

Atlanta, GA

#10145 May 10, 2013
Nixon was forced to resign over a cover up & there were no deaths at the Watergate hotel. Just a thought.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10146 May 10, 2013
MSO4 wrote:
<quoted text>Please. What two gay people do in their homes has no affect on your little brats. Is there really a difference in a man putting a penis in his mouth as compared to the ones that have been in your wifes? Not so much.
Not sure why some folks are always worried about what gay folks are doing. I say let them get married and be miserable like the rest of us.
If we encouraged their gross nasty a$$es to stay in their little closets; they would effect no one, but those like you that choose to jump in the closet with them. There is a lot of difference queerbait. It's unatural moron. How bout you don't worry about my liitle brats. I don't worry about what queers are doing. I was just saying I don't want to portray to my children that this type of behavior is Ok. So when some queer sicko offers them some candy in the park, which is where these fa**ots like to hang. My children will know to come get daddy. I'd suggest you go to church boy or something, because you need help.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#10147 May 10, 2013
danger zone wrote:
Nixon was forced to resign over a cover up & there were no deaths at the Watergate hotel. Just a thought.
But there was a crime.
danger zone

Atlanta, GA

#10148 May 10, 2013
And....Nixon was republican, up against a most liberal news media.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10149 May 10, 2013
danger zone wrote:
And....Nixon was republican, up against a most liberal news media.
Obama is not a republican and is not up against a mostly liberal news media. They and we love him. Hello.
danger zone

Atlanta, GA

#10150 May 10, 2013
Not to worry, Obama has Hillary & Rice to take the heat off him. It was Hillary's call. The liberal news media will ignore it, as they are doing a superb job. If this happened on a republican president's watch, they'd be crucifying him. We'd never hear the end of it.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10151 May 10, 2013
danger zone wrote:
Not to worry, Obama has Hillary & Rice to take the heat off him. It was Hillary's call. The liberal news media will ignore it, as they are doing a superb job. If this happened on a republican president's watch, they'd be crucifying him. We'd never hear the end of it.
Now your getting it. Well. He's not a republican president and it will old news in a month; except to the loved ones of the fallen. Sorry. That is just the way it is. Not to beat a dead horse, but how can you be so outraged by this and act like what Bush did to this country should be forgotten? Typical hypoctitical clueless "conservative".
danger zone

Atlanta, GA

#10152 May 10, 2013
Outrage? My life is filled with too many blessings to be filled with rage & hatred. Life is too short. No hate coming from this keyboard, none whatsoever.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10153 May 10, 2013
danger zone wrote:
Outrage? My life is filled with too many blessings to be filled with rage & hatred. Life is too short. No hate coming from this keyboard, none whatsoever.
Oh. I'm sorry. You seemed to me as though you were outraged about this Benghazi thing. My fault. I see now it doesn't really matter to you. Glad you cleared that up.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10154 May 10, 2013
After reading a few of the posts, it's evident we conservatives just cant leave these liberaces alone for even one day without them starting to devour each other. How pathetic.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#10155 May 10, 2013
Oxymoron quote from a moron President.

"Obama warned Republicans that he would not allow Republicans to,“collect a ransom in exchange for not crashing the American economy. The full faith and credit of the United States of America."

"full faith and credit"

The fed buying $85 billion a month of Treasury issued bonds is considered faith and credit.
And everyone wonders why folks buy gold and silver, even China.

Where there is no faith, there is no credit.






OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10156 May 10, 2013
Bored wrote:
After reading a few of the posts, it's evident we conservatives just cant leave these liberaces alone for even one day without them starting to devour each other. How pathetic.
It's called having a difference of opinions. Get a clue. You're pathetic. No one is devouring no one. Moron.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#10157 May 10, 2013
Ah... That Right Wing Wacko mentality

- Our citizens live poor, sickly and stupid, and die young, but by God, our companies make higher profits !

After Plant Explosion, Texas Remains Wary of Regulation

Last Updated: 9:08 PM ET
WEST, Tex.— Five days after an explosion at a fertilizer plant leveled a wide swath of this town, Gov. Rick Perry tried to woo Illinois business officials by trumpeting his state’s low taxes and limited regulations.

“Through their elected officials,” he said, Texans “clearly send the message of their comfort with the amount of oversight.”

Texas is the only state that does not require companies to contribute to workers’ compensation coverage.

It boasts the largest city in the country, Houston, with no zoning laws. It does not have a state fire codes,
and it prohibits smaller counties from having such codes.

McLennan is among the counties without a fire code

Some Texas counties even cite the lack of local fire codes as a reason for companies to move there.

But Texas has also had the nation’s highest number of workplace fatalities for much of the past decade.

Fires and explosions at Texas’ more than 1,300 chemical and industrial plants have cost as much in property damage as those in all the other states combined for the last five years.

Compared with Illinois, which has the nation’s second-largest number of high-risk sites, more than 950, but tighter fire and safety rules, Texas had more than three times the number of accidents, four times the number of injuries and deaths, and 300 times the property damage costs.

As federal investigators sift through the rubble at the West Fertilizer Company plant seeking clues about the April 17 blast that killed at least 14 people and injured roughly 200 others, some here argue that Texas’ culture itself contributed to the calamity.

“The Wild West approach to protecting public health and safety is what you get when you give companies too much economic freedom and not enough responsibility and accountability,” said Thomas O. McGarity, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin School of Law and an expert on regulation.
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Federal officials and fire safety experts contend that fire codes and other requirements would probably have made a difference.

A fire code would have required frequent inspections by fire marshals who might have prohibited the plant’s owner from storing the fertilizer just hundreds of feet from a school, a hospital, a railroad and other public buildings, they say.

A fire code also would probably have mandated sprinklers and forbidden the storage of ammonium nitrate near combustible materials.(Investigators say the fertilizer was stored in a largely wooden building near piles of seed, one possible factor in the fire.)

“It’s tough to overstate the importance fire codes would have made,” said Scott Harris, a former emergency management coordinator in Texas for the Environmental Protection Agency, who is now with UL Workplace Health and Safety, a safety science company.“Texas just hasn’t wrapped its brain around this fact yet.”

Ah Texas .... Competing with South Carolina for the Right Wing Wacko crown as having the poorest, most illiterate, and sickest, employees who die young in the name of increased profits.

My money is on South Carolina.
Disgusted

Chatsworth, GA

#10158 May 10, 2013
Let justice prevail. 4 Americans died and Obama's people lied and covered it up.
Nixon was impeached and nobody died from his pranks. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Let justice prevail.
No Clinton for President in 2016.
No Gingrey for U.S. Senate in 2014.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10159 May 10, 2013
Bored wrote:
After reading a few of the posts, it's evident we conservatives just cant leave these liberaces alone for even one day without them starting to devour each other. How pathetic.
Oh and as usual you have nothing to add other than your corny insults. Really pathetic.
guest

United States

#10160 May 10, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>We do. See I have children and although queers don't effect me directly. If I condone this behavior it may effect me indirectly through my children. Daddy can't be there all the time and I'm scared for my children's souls and their children's souls. GN.
If that is sarcasm then disregard the following:

What a T-total crock of bullsh*t. Maybe you should change the 'o' to a 'c' or maybe just change to 'ricky' as in ricky santorum.
danger zone

Atlanta, GA

#10161 May 10, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Oh. I'm sorry. You seemed to me as though you were outraged about this Benghazi thing. My fault. I see now it doesn't really matter to you. Glad you cleared that up.

Oh, it matters, it should matter to all Americans.
I'm not they type to contemplate jumping off a cliff for anyone or anything. If I were that unstable, I'd jumped the day Obama won the FIRST election.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10162 May 10, 2013
Disgusted wrote:
Let justice prevail. 4 Americans died and Obama's people lied and covered it up.
Nixon was impeached and nobody died from his pranks. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Let justice prevail.
No Clinton for President in 2016.
No Gingrey for U.S. Senate in 2014.
Well if you want justice to prevail. I'm all for that. When they go slap the handcuffs on the whole Bush family for the deaths of thousands of American soldiers; then you'll have a leg to stand on when you want to scream justice. You really know nothing about history, so stop trying to appear as if you do. Clinton was impeached for a crime and so was Nixon. I'd say that's a prime example of what's good for the goose is good for the gander. Clinton 2016 get used to hearing it.
OMTE

Fitzgerald, GA

#10163 May 10, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
If that is sarcasm then disregard the following:
What a T-total crock of bullsh*t. Maybe you should change the 'o' to a 'c' or maybe just change to 'ricky' as in ricky santorum.
I'm not following you.
Informed Opinion

Naples, FL

#10164 May 10, 2013
columbus native wrote:
On a more serious note,we all need to stick together and keep these republicans out of the White house. They make up only a third of all voters. Right now they are attempting to do when Clinton was in office. This time over Benghazi. Remember how they tried to impeach Clinton over Lewinsky? Then they were going to try and get Gore. After those two who would be next in line? Why they biggest hypocrite of them all. Left his wife of many years for a woman 27 years younger Newt Gingrich. This time if they can get Obama (which they won't) then Biden who's next? Boerner repubican speaker of the house.Folks be vigilant for your advesary the devil wants to control our government totally. They are desperate to again damage our country permantely. They're out of control!
What's amazing is how these Right Wing Wackos never catch on to how they are being used by their corporate masters using fear, envy and hatred.

The truly powerful have their eye on the ball - power and money.

The RWWs are easily distracted looking at shiny objects - never even wondering why the guys behind the curtain are pulling their strings.

While the money is traveling into the hands of the very few, RWWs are co-opted as tools helping the ĂĽberrich get richer.

Here's more boring facts:

.... While inequality has risen among most developed countries, and especially English-speaking ones, it is highest in the United States.

Most of the growth has been between the middle class and top earners, with the disparity becoming more extreme the further one goes up in the income distribution.

Upward redistribution of income is responsible for about 43% of the projected Social Security shortfall over the next 75 years.

The Brookings Institution said in 2013 that income inequality was increasing and becoming permanent, reducing social mobility in the US.

A 2011 study by the CBO found that the top earning 1 percent of households gained about 275% after federal taxes and income transfers over a period between 1979 and 2007.

Yep ... The Middle Class is being destroyed to make the ĂĽberrich even richer.

But don't worry about your kids living and dying as serfs to their feudal lords.

Noooooo.

Let's all fight about how many rounds a rifle magazine should hold, whether or not Elizabeth should marry Karen, and whether Obama should have played golf with Chambliss.

Ever wonder if the Average American will catch on before 100% of America is owned by the top .5%?

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