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Apr 2, 2013
 
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Apr 3, 2013
 
BRENDA SKANKS wrote:
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Wait til 2012 when they run Mooseturd Palin!!!!
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all of them
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Apr 5, 2013
 
"John Andrew Boehner (born November 17, 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party, he is the U.S. Representative from Ohio's 8th congressional district, serving since 1991."

He wants to cut our Social Security. I think it is time for us to cut him out of congress, as he has been there too long (20 years). They need a term limit there of 2 years.
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<quoted text>Gun Registration was Unconstitutional in 1968 issued in the ruling by the Liberal SCOTUS in Haynes V United States(1968) because the SCOTUS claimed that Gun Registration violated Convicted Felon Miles Edward Haynes 5th amendment rights under the US Constitution.
Haynes v. United States
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haynes_v._United...
Warren Court (Liberal Majority 1953-1969)
The Warren Court refers to the Supreme Court of the United States between 1953 and 1969, when Earl Warren served as Chief Justice. Warren led a liberal majority that used judicial power in dramatic fashion, to the consternation of conservative opponents. The Warren Court expanded civil rights, civil liberties, judicial power, and the federal power in dramatic ways.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Court
The government thinks they can do what ever they want. These are not the smartest people because we already have laws they seem to side step or over look them and want to pass more laws. I don't think our court system is going to let them pass the gun laws they have in mind and for Obama to try to pass the gun laws he has in mind is ludicrous. Is Obama trying to start a civil war?

http://www.infowars.com/why-nearly-all-state-...
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Jim wrote:
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The government thinks they can do what ever they want. These are not the smartest people because we already have laws they seem to side step or over look them and want to pass more laws. I don't think our court system is going to let them pass the gun laws they have in mind and for Obama to try to pass the gun laws he has in mind is ludicrous. Is Obama trying to start a civil war?
http://www.infowars.com/why-nearly-all-state-...
A civil war? I certainly hope so. Then us thinking folks can send those tea bagging traitors to their own country down the express lane to Jesus. They need to write everyone's name who voted for Bush in stone so we never forget who really screwed this country.
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They also want the United Nations disarmament. If that happens they want all your guns. Then it will be a dictatorship, almost what Obama has now. With the ammo manufacturers sending tons of ammo to the departments around the country and with the FEMA camps it make a person wonder if we have a new Hitler in power.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I know. Next we'll be hearing how Obama started a meaningless war and had secret torture camps around the world. Next Obama will throw out the Constitution and start arresting Americans without a trial or a warrant. Oh wait...that was Bush. You know...the worst president in history.
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#3057
Apr 5, 2013
 
Agree

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Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

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Jim wrote:
"John Andrew Boehner (born November 17, 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party, he is the U.S. Representative from Ohio's 8th congressional district, serving since 1991."
He wants to cut our Social Security. I think it is time for us to cut him out of congress, as he has been there too long (20 years). They need a term limit there of 2 years.
What do you mean by "cut our Social Security?" Just would did he say & where & when did he say that? Why would he want to do that, do you think that cutting would help him get re-elected. Give me some details. After all I live on SS & want to know more about what you say.

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Bellefontaine, OH

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#3059
Apr 5, 2013
 
Bring it wrote:
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A civil war? I certainly hope so. Then us thinking folks can send those tea bagging traitors to their own country down the express lane to Jesus. They need to write everyone's name who voted for Bush in stone so we never forget who really screwed this country.
Brilliant! Very practical.

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Bellefontaine, OH

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#3060
Apr 5, 2013
 
Jim wrote:
"John Andrew Boehner (born November 17, 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party, he is the U.S. Representative from Ohio's 8th congressional district, serving since 1991."
He wants to cut our Social Security. I think it is time for us to cut him out of congress, as he has been there too long (20 years). They need a term limit there of 2 years.
What do you mean by "cut our Social Security?" Just would did he say & where & when did he say that? Why would he want to do that, do you think that cutting would help him get re-elected. Give me some details. After all I live on SS & want to know more about what you say.

UHNHENNOfficial: Obama proposes cuts to Social Security
ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON — President
Barack Obama’s proposed budget
will call for reductions in the
growth of Social Security and
other benefit programs while still
insisting on more taxes from the
wealthy in a renewed attempt to
strike a broad deficit-cutting deal
with Republicans, a senior
administration official says.
The proposal aims for a compromise
on the Fiscal 2014 budget
by combining the president’s
demand for higher taxes with
GOP insistence on reductions in
entitlement programs.
The official, who spoke on a
condition of anonymity to
describe a budget that has yet to
be released, said Obama would
reduce the federal government
deficit by $1.8 trillion over 10
years. The president’s budget, the
first of his second term, incorporates
elements from his last offer
to House Speaker John Boehner
in December. Congressional
Republicans rejected that proposal
because of its demand for more
than a $1 trillion in tax revenue.
A key feature of the plan
Obama now is submitting for the
federal budget year beginning
Oct. 1 is a revised inflation adjustment
called “chained CPI.” This
new formula would effectively
curb annual increases in a broad
swath of government programs,
but would have its biggest impact
on Social Security. By encompassing
Obama’s offer to
Boehner, R-Ohio, the plan will
also include reductions in
Medicare spending, much of it by
targeting payments to health care
providers and drug companies.
Obama’s budget proposal also
calls for additional tax revenue,
including a proposal to place limits
on tax-preferred retirement
accounts for wealthy taxpayers.
Obama has also called for limits
on tax deductions by the wealthy,
a proposal that could generate
about $580 billion in revenue
over 10 years.
The inflation adjustment
would reduce federal spending
over 10 years by about $130 billion,
according to past White
House estimates. Because it also
affects how tax brackets are
adjusted, it would also generate
about $100 billion in higher taxes
and affect even middle income
taxpayers.
The reductions in the growth
of benefit programs, which would
affect veterans, the poor and the
older Americans, is sure to anger
many Democrats. Labor groups
and liberals have long been critical
of Obama’s offer to Boehner
for including such a plan.
Administration officials have
said Obama would only agree to
the reductions in benefit programs
if they are accompanied by
increases in revenue, a difficult
demand given the strong anti-tax
sentiment of House Republicans.
NOD M NORTH

Delaware, OH

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#3061
Apr 5, 2013
 
DON W SOUTH wrote:
Jim wrote:
"John Andrew Boehner (born November 17, 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party, he is the U.S. Representative from Ohio's 8th congressional district, serving since 1991."
He wants to cut our Social Security. I think it is time for us to cut him out of congress, as he has been there too long (20 years). They need a term limit there of 2 years.
What do you mean by "cut our Social Security?" Just would did he say & where & when did he say that? Why would he want to do that, do you think that cutting would help him get re-elected. Give me some details. After all I live on SS & want to know more about what you say.
UHNHENNOfficial: Obama proposes cuts to Social Security
ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON — President
Barack Obama’s proposed budget
will call for reductions in the
growth of Social Security and
other benefit programs while still
insisting on more taxes from the
wealthy in a renewed attempt to
strike a broad deficit-cutting deal
with Republicans, a senior
administration official says.
The proposal aims for a compromise
on the Fiscal 2014 budget
by combining the president’s
demand for higher taxes with
GOP insistence on reductions in
entitlement programs.
The official, who spoke on a
condition of anonymity to
describe a budget that has yet to
be released, said Obama would
reduce the federal government
deficit by $1.8 trillion over 10
years. The president’s budget, the
first of his second term, incorporates
elements from his last offer
to House Speaker John Boehner
in December. Congressional
Republicans rejected that proposal
because of its demand for more
than a $1 trillion in tax revenue.
A key feature of the plan
Obama now is submitting for the
federal budget year beginning
Oct. 1 is a revised inflation adjustment
called “chained CPI.” This
new formula would effectively
curb annual increases in a broad
swath of government programs,
but would have its biggest impact
on Social Security. By encompassing
Obama’s offer to
Boehner, R-Ohio, the plan will
also include reductions in
Medicare spending, much of it by
targeting payments to health care
providers and drug companies.
Obama’s budget proposal also
calls for additional tax revenue,
including a proposal to place limits
on tax-preferred retirement
accounts for wealthy taxpayers.
Obama has also called for limits
on tax deductions by the wealthy,
a proposal that could generate
about $580 billion in revenue
over 10 years.
The inflation adjustment
would reduce federal spending
over 10 years by about $130 billion,
according to past White
House estimates. Because it also
affects how tax brackets are
adjusted, it would also generate
about $100 billion in higher taxes
and affect even middle income
taxpayers.
The reductions in the growth
of benefit programs, which would
affect veterans, the poor and the
older Americans, is sure to anger
many Democrats. Labor groups
and liberals have long been critical
of Obama’s offer to Boehner
for including such a plan.
Administration officials have
said Obama would only agree to
the reductions in benefit programs
if they are accompanied by
increases in revenue, a difficult
demand given the strong anti-tax
sentiment of House Republicans.
Yawn, once again the disgraced mayor can't even form a cogent argument. Thanks sister.

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Bellefontaine, OH

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Apr 5, 2013
 
NOD M NORTH wrote:
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Yawn, once again the disgraced mayor can't even form a cogent argument. Thanks sister.
Really! What's "uncogent" about it?
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I voted for Portman but will not do so again. He is out there using "Bloomberg" money to push for tougher gun laws. Sick of these Rinos lying to the voters.
NOD M NORTH

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#3064
Apr 5, 2013
 
DON W SOUTH wrote:
<quoted text>Really! What's "uncogent" about it?
Classic disgraced mayor tactic. He knows that his "argument" by posting an article is weak sauce. Go take a nap old man.

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Since: Mar 09

Bellefontaine, OH

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A civil war? I certainly hope so. Then us thinking folks can send those tea bagging traitors to their own country down the express lane to Jesus. They need to write everyone's name who voted for Bush in stone so we never forget who really screwed this country.
Was that koolaid, good, Bringy ?
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JAS_BHS62 wrote:
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Was that koolaid, good, Bringy ?
Sorry. Not that religious. Go jerk off to Doomsday Preppers and leave running the country to the big boys.
DEDEH

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#3070
Aug 28, 2013
 
THIS WOMAN BABY BIRTH STONE

READ HERE

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Sorry. Not that religious. Go jerk off to Doomsday Preppers and leave running the country to the big boys.
Do you happen to know any big boys ? Please don't say you are one of them.
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Mount Vernon, OH

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Aug 29, 2013
 
Marriage and family life

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Portman

Throughout his career, Portman and his family have resided in Terrace Park, Ohio
Portman married Jane Dudley in July 1986. Dudley, who previously worked for Democratic Congressman Tom Daschle, "agreed to become a Republican when her husband agreed to become a Methodist."......WTF..... Baby!

Thomas Daschle Official Senate portrait

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Daschle_Por...

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Mount Vernon, OH

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#3073
Aug 29, 2013
 
Tom Daschle, Barack Obama’s pick for health and human services secretary, withdrew his nomination on Tuesday, amidst a scandal involving unpaid taxes.

Daschle was be tapped for a position in the new Obama administration, and therefore would have to disclose his finances.

Daschle made the implausible claim that his nonpayment of taxes was a “mistake” and that he thought the chauffeur service was a gift from Hindery for which he did not have to pay taxes.

After leaving the Senate in 2005, Daschle worked for Hindery’s private equity firm, InterMedia, and a law/lobbying firm, Alston & Bird, pulling in over $5 million. During this period he advised health insurers and other sectors of the health industry. He was then tapped by Obama to oversee health care reform.

Daschle is only the latest in a string of nominees to face charges of tax evasion or corruption. Hours before the announcement from Daschle on Tuesday, Obama’s selection to occupy the newly created post of chief performance officer, Nancy Killefer, also withdrew her name over unpaid taxes,

Bill Richardson, Obama’s first choice for commerce secretary, withdrew last month amid a grand jury investigation into his potentially corrupt relations with a state contractor and financial contributor.

The career of Daschle is typical of this privileged elite, Daschle iz—a multimillionaire tax evader......Baby!

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