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Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#26484 Aug 22, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"cut hours or risk going out of business"
Seriously, you have no clue do you?
That company is the 376th-biggest private company in the U.S. and
a worth of $1 billion, per FORBES MAGZ.
The company, which the couple owns, estimates sales of $1.7 billion and net income of $135 million for the fiscal year ending February 2009, up 37% and 25% respectively. The retailer has 460 stores in 13 countries, including one in Korea and one in China that both opened last year.
Actually it is not stores like forever 21 you need worry about, its companies like Wall-Mart that will transfer the burden to the tax payer while they continue to line their pockets with cash.
Wall-Mart was all about the ACA, now look what they are doing.
Walmart is focused on keeping the majority of workers to part-time hours only.
A new hiring policy uncovered by Reuters shows that nearly half of its stores are only hiring part-time employees, thus avoiding the mandate to provide health care or pay a fine.
This is nothing new to Wall Mart they have done this for years, but it could be catching up now.
"complaints about understaffed stores with empty shelves and inventory piling up in warehouses and back rooms. It seems even Walmart canít operate on such a lean staff. Dirty stores, parking lots in disarray and out-of stocks donít bode well for sales and stores canít operate that way for long periods".
The recovering economy could also help force Walmart, and other like-minded employers, to back off this policy and hire full-time workers with benefits. A dwindling labor pool and competition for employees does wonders for workerís rights.
Market forces at work could work in employees favor, but in the meantime itís a disturbing trend. One designed to shirk an employers responsibility under the very healthcare act it advocated for.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/lauraheller/2013/...
You clearly have no idea about business numbers do you? You realize that the "profits" shown on a balance sheet has NOTHING to do with what's actually in a companies bank account or anywhere else for that matter? I can tell you that a profit number is only for investors to feel good about themselves and their investments and there are a thousand and one ways to change that number. I'm not saying I agree with it because I don't but that's the way it is. Your Wal Mart piece simply reinforces what I was saying.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26485 Aug 23, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
You clearly have no idea about business numbers do you? You realize that the "profits" shown on a balance sheet has NOTHING to do with what's actually in a companies bank account or anywhere else for that matter? I can tell you that a profit number is only for investors to feel good about themselves and their investments and there are a thousand and one ways to change that number. I'm not saying I agree with it because I don't but that's the way it is. Your Wal Mart piece simply reinforces what I was saying.
I realize the article was talking about the company's worth and net annual income. It did not say a damn thing about "profits" nor did I. Show me how smart you are again, it didn't woke this time.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26486 Aug 23, 2013


BTW Mr. Business, they are a private company.


Therefore no need to make anyone feel good about their investment. Except themselves, and the church of course.

Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#26487 Aug 23, 2013
Where is Mr Obama on this?
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/22/89...

He should come out and say that his grandfather could very well have looked like Mr. Belton (Obama's mom is white you know). We'll see if it is random acts of violence such as this and Treyvon Martin that Obama sympathizes with or just when the person doing the killing is light skinned and the victim is black. I think we all know the answer. The thing that put the Martin case in the spotlight is the media grabbed it and ran. This video got no more than local coverage for no better reason than it wasn't in the liberal agenda. Barney, being a vet, should be outraged at this but since it shines a bad light on Obama and the left wing media, I'm not sure how he'll see it. The fact that it came from The Blaze may be enough to cause Barney to look the other way.

I used to not give Glen Beck a second thought, and still don't on some aspects, BUT he finds things that point out just how hypocritical those who are looking to destroy America are.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26488 Aug 23, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Where is Mr Obama on this?
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/22/89...
He should come out and say that his grandfather could very well have looked like Mr. Belton (Obama's mom is white you know). We'll see if it is random acts of violence such as this and Treyvon Martin that Obama sympathizes with or just when the person doing the killing is light skinned and the victim is black. I think we all know the answer. The thing that put the Martin case in the spotlight is the media grabbed it and ran. This video got no more than local coverage for no better reason than it wasn't in the liberal agenda. Barney, being a vet, should be outraged at this but since it shines a bad light on Obama and the left wing media, I'm not sure how he'll see it. The fact that it came from The Blaze may be enough to cause Barney to look the other way.
I used to not give Glen Beck a second thought, and still don't on some aspects, BUT he finds things that point out just how hypocritical those who are looking to destroy America are.
A 16 year old black kid has been arrested in less than 24 hrs., and charged with murder in this incident, what do you think the odds are this young black man arrested for this crime will walk away with a not guilty verdict like Zimmerman did.

This story is being covered by CNN, NBC, USA TODAY, and FOX
among many others.

Tell me who/what is destroying American lives again.

CAN YOU SAY, REPUBLICAN sequestration?

When the deficit is falling faster than any time since WW II, but you folks never bring that up any more, why is that? You use to run your mouth about that all the time.

Happen to notice a rise in crime in our nations cities, like Spokane WA. of late?

HMMMMMMMMM, could that have anything to do with less police officers on the streets due to budget cuts ?

case was an random act of violence is pathetic, and profoundly ignorant.

The racial bigotry contained in your post is simply disgusting.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26489 Aug 23, 2013
To say that the Treyvon Martin case was an random act of violence is pathetic, and profoundly ignorant.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26490 Aug 23, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Where is Mr Obama on this?
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/22/89...
He should come out and say that his grandfather could very well have looked like Mr. Belton (Obama's mom is white you know). We'll see if it is random acts of violence such as this and Treyvon Martin that Obama sympathizes with or just when the person doing the killing is light skinned and the victim is black. I think we all know the answer. The thing that put the Martin case in the spotlight is the media grabbed it and ran. This video got no more than local coverage for no better reason than it wasn't in the liberal agenda. Barney, being a vet, should be outraged at this but since it shines a bad light on Obama and the left wing media, I'm not sure how he'll see it. The fact that it came from The Blaze may be enough to cause Barney to look the other way.
I used to not give Glen Beck a second thought, and still don't on some aspects, BUT he finds things that point out just how hypocritical those who are looking to destroy America are.
"Where is Mr Obama on this"

WTF, Why don't you stamp racial bigot across your forehead, you would not be any more conspicuous than you are now.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#26491 Aug 23, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
A 16 year old black kid has been arrested in less than 24 hrs., and charged with murder in this incident, what do you think the odds are this young black man arrested for this crime will walk away with a not guilty verdict like Zimmerman did.
This story is being covered by CNN, NBC, USA TODAY, and FOX
among many others.
Tell me who/what is destroying American lives again.
CAN YOU SAY, REPUBLICAN sequestration?
When the deficit is falling faster than any time since WW II, but you folks never bring that up any more, why is that? You use to run your mouth about that all the time.
Happen to notice a rise in crime in our nations cities, like Spokane WA. of late?
HMMMMMMMMM, could that have anything to do with less police officers on the streets due to budget cuts ?
case was an random act of violence is pathetic, and profoundly ignorant.
The racial bigotry contained in your post is simply disgusting.
It was practically caught on tape and all the ACTUAL evidence of the Zimmerman trial pointed towards Zimmierman's innocence. Apples to Oranges. Sequester didn't go far enough. Besides it was 2/3 Democratic fault and a bipartisan "supercommittee". Remember there is no I in team. Please stop recycling liberal talking points. It makes you look silly. Police departments are funded by the governmental body that authorized their creation, such as city, county, and state governments.(Money from fines help fund the governmental body.) They also receive funding through state and federal grants, especially for particular projects like "click-it-or-ticket" and "drink,drive/go-to-jail. " These types of grants fund the hiring of additional officers and/or overtime needed to carry out these projects. If Spokane Washington is run by liberals like big cities in California, New York, Illinois, and Michigan then they probably are out of money but it's not because of the sequester as you implied. I would hate to have to defend your side of the argument. Being wrong all the time must suck.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#26492 Aug 23, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"Where is Mr Obama on this"
WTF, Why don't you stamp racial bigot across your forehead, you would not be any more conspicuous than you are now.
No bigot here just someone who is ticking off a liberal causing that liberal to go on the defensive as is seen in your language. Usually you attempt to talk down to me but you look silly since you are always on the wrong side of any argument. Here you are much more aggressive which shows how indefensable your argument is. Just answer the questions and all will be fine. Why did Obama weigh in on the Treyvon Martin case and not the Delbert Belton case? Especially when the Belton case is a much more open and shut case than was the Martin case thanks to the media. Please defend your leader, he is looking more and more like a racist.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#26493 Aug 23, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
To say that the Treyvon Martin case was an random act of violence is pathetic, and profoundly ignorant.
Call it what you want. We have a black kid shot to death by a Hispanic and a white Veteran (which I would think you would side with) beaten to death by two black teenagers. In neither case was there a history between the victim or their killers. Trevon was in a place where he didn't live and probably wasn't supposed to be when he was confronted by the neighborhood watch which led to his killing. Mr Belton was simply in a parking lot apparantly miding his own business when he was jumped and savagely beat to death for no reason. It seems that these two cases are very similar. Again, why did Obama feel he needed to weigh in on Treyvon Martin's case and not Mr Belton's? Seems like a fair question to me.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26494 Aug 23, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
No bigot here just someone who is ticking off a liberal causing that liberal to go on the defensive as is seen in your language. Usually you attempt to talk down to me but you look silly since you are always on the wrong side of any argument. Here you are much more aggressive which shows how indefensable your argument is. Just answer the questions and all will be fine. Why did Obama weigh in on the Treyvon Martin case and not the Delbert Belton case? Especially when the Belton case is a much more open and shut case than was the Martin case thanks to the media. Please defend your leader, he is looking more and more like a racist.
"
defensive"

Seriously, I called you a raciest, and you think I was being defensive.

Sorry ole boy, that was just calling a spade, a spade.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26495 Aug 23, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
It was practically caught on tape and all the ACTUAL evidence of the Zimmerman trial pointed towards Zimmierman's innocence. Apples to Oranges. Sequester didn't go far enough. Besides it was 2/3 Democratic fault and a bipartisan "supercommittee". Remember there is no I in team. Please stop recycling liberal talking points. It makes you look silly. Police departments are funded by the governmental body that authorized their creation, such as city, county, and state governments.(Money from fines help fund the governmental body.) They also receive funding through state and federal grants, especially for particular projects like "click-it-or-ticket" and "drink,drive/go-to-jail. " These types of grants fund the hiring of additional officers and/or overtime needed to carry out these projects. If Spokane Washington is run by liberals like big cities in California, New York, Illinois, and Michigan then they probably are out of money but it's not because of the sequester as you implied. I would hate to have to defend your side of the argument. Being wrong all the time must suck.
You have your head so far up your ass, you will have to pump in sunshine to ever see the light of day.

"They also receive funding through state and federal grants"

No shit Sherlock, WTF do you think I was talking about being cut by sequestration? At-A- Boys from the Federal Government.

If you have the guts read this report from the Pew Charitable Trusts, an independent non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO).

Maybe you might learn something, and that is a big damn maybe.

http://www.pewstates.org/projects/stateline/h...

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26496 Aug 23, 2013
Could not agree more with this writers opinion, seems he is familiar with your ilk RC.
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The deconstruction of Christianity is not an attack on the church but a critique of the idols to which it is vulnerable Ė the literalism and authoritarianism, the sexism and racism, the militarism, and the love of unrestrained capitalism with which the church in its various forms has today and for too long been entangled, any one of which is toxic to the kingdom of God.Ē

ďStrategically, diplomatically, socially, politically, morally, economically, evangelically, in every possible way we are witness today to a low point in American leadership, an ethical, social, political and biblical catastrophe.Ē

These passages from the book, What Would Jesus Deconstruct: The Good News of Postmodernism for the Church (The Church and Postmodern Culture) by John Caputo, taken out of context, might suggest that religion is the singular cause for the continuing trajectory of a deepening dysfunction in our society. But a twisted popular form of Christianity catalyzes two other more powerful ingredients; predatory capitalism and a government that serves the interests of big money.

These three powerful components work together to drag us down the slope to more and more dysfunction in the name of a more moral society Ė a moral society based on a set of values that are so misapplied as to become destructive.

In other words, these three components create a moral society that destroys its own villages in order to save them.

For instance, while we hammer home the lessons of radical individualism in the guise of moral virtue, we reduce the resources or opportunities required to become self sustaining for great portions of our citizenry.

Just to be sure no one mistakes our moral lesson of self-sufficiency, we raise the interest rates on student loans, and the vital college education needed for success in the future becomes less accessible to the masses.

To be sure our moral lessons continue, we keep our taxes low and maintain our spending on defense against an imagined enemy and our educational system is gutted to balance the budget.

We are cursed with near sightedness. We canít seem to see the long term effects on the country when a low skilled, minimally educated workforce must shoulder the tax load of the future or compete with highly educated citizens of other nations.

We have an amazing ability to blame the victims in our troubled society and justify our accusations on a revisionist Christian morality which would be unrecognizable to the Christ himself. Not so much because Christianity was St. Paulís invention, but because of the absurdity of present day revisionist interpretations.

This modern form of Christianity has become an expedient for the infiltration of a radical form of capitalism intermingled with our public institutions. The very same institutions that were formed to protect the interests of the citizenry, who are now doing the bidding of the mega wealthy, while pointing to the moral failure of the masses they were intended to serve.

Yes, Mr. Caputo, we have many idols. And although Iím encouraged by your efforts to deconstruct Christianity, I doubt our ability or willingness to take the same actions with capitalism and governance.

It would never get through the Republican led House of Representatives. Thatís the one with all the good Christian Tea Party moralists.

Rather, they are satisfied to keep Americans dancing around the golden calf, with the improbable hope that eventually some of capitalismís largesse will trickle down into their laps.

We are minimum wage, millionaires-in-waiting, fully immersed in this form of idolatry, trusting our day will come.

If there is an unpardonable sin, itís using religion to separate and discriminate rather than to connect and make whole.

On Americaís behalf, Mea Culpa!

Robert De Filippis

http://thebigslice.org/is-a-neurotic-form-of-...

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#26497 Aug 23, 2013
HMMMMM, this writer must know you and your ilk RC.

The deconstruction of Christianity is not an attack on the church but a critique of the idols to which it is vulnerable Ė the literalism and authoritarianism, the sexism and racism, the militarism, and the love of unrestrained capitalism with which the church in its various forms has today and for too long been entangled, any one of which is toxic to the kingdom of God.Ē

ďStrategically, diplomatically, socially, politically, morally, economically, evangelically, in every possible way we are witness today to a low point in American leadership, an ethical, social, political and biblical catastrophe.Ē

These passages from the book, What Would Jesus Deconstruct: The Good News of Postmodernism for the Church (The Church and Postmodern Culture) by John Caputo, taken out of context, might suggest that religion is the singular cause for the continuing trajectory of a deepening dysfunction in our society. But a twisted popular form of Christianity catalyzes two other more powerful ingredients; predatory capitalism and a government that serves the interests of big money.

These three powerful components work together to drag us down the slope to more and more dysfunction in the name of a more moral society Ė a moral society based on a set of values that are so misapplied as to become destructive.

In other words, these three components create a moral society that destroys its own villages in order to save them.

For instance, while we hammer home the lessons of radical individualism in the guise of moral virtue, we reduce the resources or opportunities required to become self sustaining for great portions of our citizenry.

Just to be sure no one mistakes our moral lesson of self-sufficiency, we raise the interest rates on student loans, and the vital college education needed for success in the future becomes less accessible to the masses.

To be sure our moral lessons continue, we keep our taxes low and maintain our spending on defense against an imagined enemy and our educational system is gutted to balance the budget.

We are cursed with near sightedness. We canít seem to see the long term effects on the country when a low skilled, minimally educated workforce must shoulder the tax load of the future or compete with highly educated citizens of other nations.

We have an amazing ability to blame the victims in our troubled society and justify our accusations on a revisionist Christian morality which would be unrecognizable to the Christ himself. Not so much because Christianity was St. Paulís invention, but because of the absurdity of present day revisionist interpretations.

This modern form of Christianity has become an expedient for the infiltration of a radical form of capitalism intermingled with our public institutions. The very same institutions that were formed to protect the interests of the citizenry, who are now doing the bidding of the mega wealthy, while pointing to the moral failure of the masses they were intended to serve.

Yes, Mr. Caputo, we have many idols. And although Iím encouraged by your efforts to deconstruct Christianity, I doubt our ability or willingness to take the same actions with capitalism and governance.

It would never get through the Republican led House of Representatives. Thatís the one with all the good Christian Tea Party moralists.

Rather, they are satisfied to keep Americans dancing around the golden calf, with the improbable hope that eventually some of capitalismís largesse will trickle down into their laps.

We are minimum wage, millionaires-in-waiting, fully immersed in this form of idolatry, trusting our day will come.

If there is an unpardonable sin, itís using religion to separate and discriminate rather than to connect and make whole.

On Americaís behalf, Mea Culpa!

Robert De Filippis
http://thebigslice.org/is-a-neurotic-form-of-...
Ida Claire

San Jose, CA

#26498 Aug 24, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"
defensive"
Seriously, I called you a raciest, and you think I was being defensive.
Sorry ole boy, that was just calling a spade, a spade.
Seriously, Reality Check, I certainly don't think of you as the 'raciest' poster here, nor a racist, even if Barney says you are.

As for Barney...since you like the name game, then you, Mr. Magoo, are a blinded old fool, filled head to toe with ignorance, and sound like a raving lunatic when you begin to share what's in that crazy head of yours.
Ida Claire

Conway, AR

#26499 Aug 24, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
HMMMMM, this writer must know you and your ilk RC.
The deconstruction of Christianity is not an attack on the church but a critique of the idols to which it is vulnerable Ė the literalism and authoritarianism, the sexism and racism, the militarism, and the love of unrestrained capitalism with which the church in its various forms has today and for too long been entangled, any one of which is toxic to the kingdom of God.Ē
ďStrategically, diplomatically, socially, politically, morally, economically, evangelically, in every possible way we are witness today to a low point in American leadership, an ethical, social, political and biblical catastrophe.Ē
These passages from the book, What Would Jesus Deconstruct: The Good News of Postmodernism for the Church (The Church and Postmodern Culture) by John Caputo, taken out of context, might suggest that religion is the singular cause for the continuing trajectory of a deepening dysfunction in our society. But a twisted popular form of Christianity catalyzes two other more powerful ingredients; predatory capitalism and a government that serves the interests of big money.
These three powerful components work together to drag us down the slope to more and more dysfunction in the name of a more moral society Ė a moral society based on a set of values that are so misapplied as to become destructive.
In other words, these three components create a moral society that destroys its own villages in order to save them.
For instance, while we hammer home the lessons of radical individualism in the guise of moral virtue, we reduce the resources or opportunities required to become self sustaining for great portions of our citizenry.
Just to be sure no one mistakes our moral lesson of self-sufficiency, we raise the interest rates on student loans, and the vital college education needed for success in the future becomes less accessible to the masses.
To be sure our moral lessons continue, we keep our taxes low and maintain our spending on defense against an imagined enemy and our ed
This modern form of Christianity has become an expedient for the infiltration of a radical form of capitalism intermingled with our public institutions. The very same institutions that were formed to protect the interests of the citizenry, who are now doing the bidding of the mega wealthy, while pointing to the moral failure of the masses they were intended to serve.
Yes, Mr. Caputo, we have many idols. And although Iím encouraged by your efforts to deconstruct Christianity, I doubt our ability or willingness to take the same actions with capitalism and governance.
It would never get through the Republican led House of Representatives. Thatís the one with all the good Christian Tea Party moralists.
Rather, they are satisfied to keep Americans dancing around the golden calf, with the improbable hope that eventually some of capitalismís largesse will trickle down into their laps.

Robert De Filippis
http://thebigslice.org/is-a-neurotic-form-of-...
Honestly, you big goof, you really must stop this 'HMMMMMMMM' thing that you do!! The implication of it is that you have just really posted something that will enlighten the world, and seriously, you are flattering and embarrassing yourself by drawing attention to all of your crazy!!
Besides, I don't believe a single word of the opinion of this person that you must follow...except that you are nearsighted...to the point of blindness.
Pondering

Jonesboro, AR

#26500 Aug 24, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
A 16 year old black kid has been arrested in less than 24 hrs., and charged with murder in this incident, what do you think the odds are this young black man arrested for this crime will walk away with a not guilty verdict like Zimmerman did.
This story is being covered by CNN, NBC, USA TODAY, and FOX
among many others.
Tell me who/what is destroying American lives again.
CAN YOU SAY, REPUBLICAN sequestration?
When the deficit is falling faster than any time since WW II, but you folks never bring that up any more, why is that? You use to run your mouth about that all the time.
Happen to notice a rise in crime in our nations cities, like Spokane WA. of late?
HMMMMMMMMM, could that have anything to do with less police officers on the streets due to budget cuts ?
case was an random act of violence is pathetic, and profoundly ignorant.
The racial bigotry contained in your post is simply disgusting.
"Racially Bigotry"? When was the last time you said anything positive about a white heterosexual?
puzzled

United States

#26501 Aug 24, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>You have it wrong. Wal Mart invented the phrase "Made in ______". They were the forerunner in getting products imported in the retail market. Everyone else was forced to do as Wal Mart did or get left behind.
Everything that was purchased from WalMart was made in America until a few years after its founder SamWalton died. You are wrong. WalMart's young executives saw that they had
To go offshore just like their competitors. Thus they ignored Walton's ideals.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#26502 Aug 24, 2013
puzzled wrote:
<quoted text>
Everything that was purchased from WalMart was made in America until a few years after its founder SamWalton died. You are wrong. WalMart's young executives saw that they had
To go offshore just like their competitors. Thus they ignored Walton's ideals.
You are wrong on that front. Sam Walton began importing products in the 1970's. He always wanted to buy American but would not burden his customers with the high prices of American made products when he could get them made at a fraction of the cost in China. He realized that American customers care far more about price than they do about quality because with higher quality comes higher prices. That's why we have imports dominating our retail markets. It's our fault. If no one had bought those import items because they were made overseas, then our market would look vastly different today. The retail markets will only do what the consumers allow them to do. I did some research and you are right on one front, JC Penney's, Sears, and a few others were the first to get products overseas but Wal Mart perfected the practice.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#26503 Aug 24, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
You have your head so far up your ass, you will have to pump in sunshine to ever see the light of day.
"They also receive funding through state and federal grants"
No shit Sherlock, WTF do you think I was talking about being cut by sequestration? At-A- Boys from the Federal Government.
If you have the guts read this report from the Pew Charitable Trusts, an independent non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO).
Maybe you might learn something, and that is a big damn maybe.
http://www.pewstates.org/projects/stateline/h...
I guess you don't realize that the police department and the DTF are two seperate entities? We were talking about normal police officers being cut due to sequestration not special officers being hired for special projects that were funded by the government. The incident I was referring to is not in the DTF jurisdiction so the officers that were to handle those incidents are funded from the taxes collected from the respected city where each incident took place. As much as you wanted it to be, the sequestration had no affect on the officers that were handleing those incidents. Sorry Barney, your wrong.....AGAIN!!!

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