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Scott

Baldwin, GA

#12329 May 20, 2013
Chicknbutt wrote:
<quoted text>
Bam!
Bam! Bam! Bam!
Published: May 19, 2013 at 1:07 pm
Even as his administration has faced intense scrutiny over a trio of controversies, President Obama’s approval rating hasn’t suffered, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll released Sunday.
Fifty-three percent of Americans said they approve of the job the president is doing, while 45 percent said they disapprove. That’s virtually unchanged from an early April survey in which Obama’s approval/disapproval split was 51 percent to 47 percent.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-poli...
I was not surprised that Obama's poll numbers haven't changed because of the recent scandals. His strategy is working and working very well. All he has to do is:

Answer questions that aren't asked.
Just keep saying, "I don't know anything about that" or,
"I heard it on the news" or,
"I was really angry when I heard that" or,
"I have asked for their resignation....end of problem" or,
"It's not my fault" or,
"It's Bush's fault" or
"I uh uh, well, I uh uh uh want to make sure that uh uh uh.... we get to the bottom of this uh uh uh situation"

Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#12330 May 20, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Thank you for confirming that Broun was correct in his assessment..
"We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set.
We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."
As you have proven time and time again, when shown your ass thru the gapping holes in your logic, you cover the holes with clear cellophane and declare victory.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#12331 May 20, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want a progressive to run for office. That proves Obama is an extreme left wing liberal. He wants to SHARE THE WEALTH therefore opening the door to a progressive.'nuff said.
Eisenhower must have been a card carrying member of the communist party, and Nixon must have pranced naked through the Kremlin quoting Marx and Lenin.

Check out the tax rates and the control of corporations back when those commies ran the show. That Eisenhower - he even looked like a hippie.

Right Wing Wackos live on a planet so far to the Fascist right, we normal Americans gotta ask - Can you even see Earth from your Planet ?

If you live on the South Pole, everything else lives North of you.

Is that how it is in Right Wing Wacko World - your all so far to the right everything else must be a leftist Leeeeeeeeeeberal ?

You children entertain us normal Americans, but Jeez, we are worries you get to thinking again you don't need the grown ups.

You remember what happened last time you took control - wait - you don't - they don't believe in history in Right Wing World.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#12332 May 20, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
The purchase of almost 3,000 armored vehicles for use WITHIN the US is also something that should have everyone scratching their head as to the need for that many vehicles of that type within our own borders.- This was not mentioned in the prior post, but certainly is related.

Finally, the rationale for purchasing that much ammunition as a "cost cutting" measure is absurd. Again, the amount of ammunition the Dept of HOMELAND Security bought is enough for 106 YEARS based on past and current usage rates of 15/Million year that are listed in the quoted article. At the same time, the Chief Procurement Officer for DHS, Nick Nayak, claims they "are not" stockpiling ammunition so which is it - are they stockpiling to save money or are they not stockpiling - and if not, what are they doing with all that ammunition?
Regarding the armored vehicles, this type of vehicle is already in service within many policew departments. I would venture that they could've used something like one during the North Hollywood shootout a few years back. And you never know when the next Nakatomi Plaza might be taken over.

Did you happen to notice that the article clearly stated that the total purchase amount was for the next 4-5 years out, which would indicate that the total is not being purchased now, hence how can they be "stockpiling". For someone who is quick to question the comprehension abilities of others, you do seem to jump to conclusions quite a bit yourself.

Another point is that the amount of ammo used in a war, in this case the amount used in Iraq, has no bearing on the amount of ammo required for training personel in these various federal agencies.

Recycled fears, recycled lies.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#12333 May 20, 2013
Chicknbutt wrote:
<quoted text>
Bwahahahaha!!!!!ROTFLMFAO!!!
You guys are suck suckers for made-up BS.
Joseph Farah editor of that bastion of paranoia, the WorldNetDaily wants us to “rethink” our immigration laws.(h/t:JD)
Farah: Curtail Muslim Immigration
WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah has been touting a WND/Wenzel Strategies poll purporting to find that many Muslim-Americans want the imposition of Sharia law, contradicting other studies which found extremely low support for radical views among Muslims in the U.S. Should the results of a Wenzel Strategies survey be trusted?
The polling firm gave Todd Akin the lead in his Senate race (he lost by 16%), claimed Mitt Romney and Republican Senate candidates would win in Ohio and Virginia (they lost) and promoted birther conspiracies. The firm even alleged that polls showing President Obama ahead were skewed to favor Obama (they weren’t) because they employ biased college students and intentionally ignore Tea Partiers. After the election, the firm’s head said Obama only won because his supporters are dumb.
But while speaking to fellow anti-Muslim activist Erik Stackelbeck of the Christian Broadcasting Network, Farah said that the poll proves that the U.S. should rethink allowing Muslim immigration, to which Stakelbeck agreed:

I threw a bone out to see which dog grabbed it first. Congrats, the big dog always gets the first bone but fails to get the bones Oh my throws out. The liberace dogs only like conservative bones.

Speaking of Liberace, I heard where Michale Douglas is playing the role of Liberace in an upcoming movie. I'm sure all you liberal socialists will be buying tickets in advance, IO will be first in line.



Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#12334 May 20, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>What did I avoid? I was pointing out that we can go back and forth about particular politicians all day long. Means nothing.

Yeah, you don't avoid the issues. If you can't cut and paste entire articles, you just type out your rote answer. THAT is the ONLY thing that would make sense for you to cut and paste. You loonie liberal socialist commies just never tire of duck and dodge.

Have you sent out an email to your fellow union thug brothers who aren't retired detailing your tax exempt vacation?
Here's the latest development-

Fox Noise recently got hold of and published the transcript of a secret meeting between Mitch McConnell, and Mitt Romney:

START OF TRANSCRIPT.

Romney : "Look out" !...

It's a fact .... an indisputable truth... that damn IO is using facts and rational analysis ...

We Right Wing Wackos can't face facts ... facts have a well - known liberal bias".

McConnell : "Please, please,.... must distract any readers from those facts... but what about our crdibility ?"

Romney: "You idiot - we have no credibility - the 47% losers who vote for us do it because they're too ignorant to know we are using them like the ignorant parasitic dogs they are.

McConnell: "Sorry chief , I forgot when I filibustered against my own legislation - the RWW Gang supported me even then - both when I was for, and when I was against my own legislation - what a bunch of hicks."

Romney : "We can't allow any discussion as to why we couldn't care less about 5,000 American troops dead for no reason - or $6 Trillion Dollars wasted- sure we didn't demand investigations or impeachment - but hey, a Right Wing Wacko got them killed."

McConnell : "We RWWs may have caused the senseless slaughter of our troops - but we got tax breaks for our rich contributors."

Romney: " And those 13 attacks on embassies and consulates that killed 60 people when Right Wing Wackos were in charge - sure - we didn't demand investigations or impeachment.

McConnel : We may have allowed the slaughter of dozens of people - but we got tax breaks for our rich contributors - and no regulatin 'em either !"

Romney : "Remember - its always always always about the money."

McConnell: " Now Libya - 2 CIA mercenaries and 2 State Department ( or CIA) officers got killed - we can use this - we can shout DAMN - Somebody better pay for this !"

Romney: "I know, it sounds stupidly hypocritical - but as soon as we get Right Wing Wackos back in charge we can explode the deficit again and give the rich more tax breaks."

McConnell : " You're right Willard, It's always, always, always, about the money".

END OF TRANSCRIPT.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#12335 May 20, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
As you have proven time and time again, when shown your ass thru the gapping holes in your logic, you cover the holes with clear cellophane and declare victory.

Now-now, no need to extending your ignorance. Your post showed exactly what Obama said and exactly what Broun said. They were one and the same. Go show your azz on another network, this network has cancelled your program due to a failure to provide posts with logical thinking.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#12336 May 20, 2013
Scott wrote:
<quoted text>I was not surprised that Obama's poll numbers haven't changed because of the recent scandals. His strategy is working and working very well. All he has to do is:

Answer questions that aren't asked.
Just keep saying, "I don't know anything about that" or,
"I heard it on the news" or,
"I was really angry when I heard that" or,
"I have asked for their resignation....end of problem" or,
"It's not my fault" or,
"It's Bush's fault" or
"I uh uh, well, I uh uh uh want to make sure that uh uh uh.... we get to the bottom of this uh uh uh situation"
Maybe we shouldn't let you in on the secret - but Obama isn't too worried about his poll numbers because - keep this real quiet and on the down low - he can't run for re-election.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#12337 May 20, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Another point is that the amount of ammo used in a war, in this case the amount used in Iraq, has no bearing on the amount of ammo required for training personel in these various federal agencies.
Recycled fears, recycled lies.

The point presented was whether Homeland security used more ammo than the military.

Are you saying the only time military fires their weapons are in a war?

Such an ignorant statement deserves clarification.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#12338 May 20, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Regarding the armored vehicles, this type of vehicle is already in service within many policew departments. I would venture that they could've used something like one during the North Hollywood shootout a few years back. And you never know when the next Nakatomi Plaza might be taken over.

Did you happen to notice that the article clearly stated that the total purchase amount was for the next 4-5 years out, which would indicate that the total is not being purchased now, hence how can they be "stockpiling". For someone who is quick to question the comprehension abilities of others, you do seem to jump to conclusions quite a bit yourself.

Another point is that the amount of ammo used in a war, in this case the amount used in Iraq, has no bearing on the amount of ammo required for training personel in these various federal agencies.

Recycled fears, recycled lies.
Please - don't let them know - when Obama was elected I bought stock in gun and ammo manufacturers.

I figured the "Gun Stealin" campaign launched by the manufacturers prostitute group, the NRA, would cause gun and ammo prices to explode, and along with it profits.

Thanks NRA - as a lifetime member your total absence of ethics is a consistency I can count on.

Now what about the UN stockpiling weapons and ammo to invade America.

- THAT'S SCARY -

THE UN IS STOCKPILIN ASSAULT RIFLES AND ANMO - IT'LL ALL BE GONE SOON AND THEN HOW ARE WE GONNA PROTECT OUR FAMILIES FROM THEM SOCIALIST TOLUVIAN SHOCK TROOPS !

Sorry, one of my kids wants to travel through Europe after grad school and I gotta keep those profits up.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#12339 May 20, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's the latest development-
Fox Noise recently got hold of and published the transcript of a secret meeting between Mitch McConnell, and Mitt Romney:
START OF TRANSCRIPT.
Romney : "Look out" !...
It's a fact .... an indisputable truth... that damn IO is using facts and rational analysis ...
We Right Wing Wackos can't face facts ... facts have a well - known liberal bias".
McConnell : "Please, please,.... must distract any readers from those facts... but what about our crdibility ?"
Romney: "You idiot - we have no credibility - the 47% losers who vote for us do it because they're too ignorant to know we are using them like the ignorant parasitic dogs they are.
McConnell: "Sorry chief , I forgot when I filibustered against my own legislation - the RWW Gang supported me even then - both when I was for, and when I was against my own legislation - what a bunch of hicks."
Romney : "We can't allow any discussion as to why we couldn't care less about 5,000 American troops dead for no reason - or $6 Trillion Dollars wasted- sure we didn't demand investigations or impeachment - but hey, a Right Wing Wacko got them killed."
McConnell : "We RWWs may have caused the senseless slaughter of our troops - but we got tax breaks for our rich contributors."
Romney: " And those 13 attacks on embassies and consulates that killed 60 people when Right Wing Wackos were in charge - sure - we didn't demand investigations or impeachment.
McConnel : We may have allowed the slaughter of dozens of people - but we got tax breaks for our rich contributors - and no regulatin 'em either !"
Romney : "Remember - its always always always about the money."
McConnell: " Now Libya - 2 CIA mercenaries and 2 State Department ( or CIA) officers got killed - we can use this - we can shout DAMN - Somebody better pay for this !"
Romney: "I know, it sounds stupidly hypocritical - but as soon as we get Right Wing Wackos back in charge we can explode the deficit again and give the rich more tax breaks."
McConnell : " You're right Willard, It's always, always, always, about the money".
END OF TRANSCRIPT.

Did you write the script for the upcoming Liberace movie??

If so, it's gonna be a dud.
Informed Opinion

Sunapee, NH

#12340 May 20, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>I threw a bone out to see which dog grabbed it first. Congrats, the big dog always gets the first bone but fails to get the bones Oh my throws out. The liberace dogs only like conservative bones.

Speaking of Liberace, I heard where Michale Douglas is playing the role of Liberace in an upcoming movie. I'm sure all you liberal socialists will be buying tickets in advance, IO will be first in line.
I bought the album from iTunes.

What a great artist ! What a kind and caring man - a true Christian.

And that's difficult to admit since he was such a conservative Republican.

Liberace's Greatest Hits:

1 I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
2 Warsaw Concerto
3 Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No.1
4 I'll Be Seeing You
5 Beer Barrel Polka
6 Moonlight Sonata
7 El Cumbanchero
8 Cement Mixer
9 Johnson Rag
10 September Song
11 As Time Goes By
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#12341 May 20, 2013
A little info on Obamacare fees:::
"Income: One of the top factors determining how much you'll pay next year is your income. That's because subsidies are available to those with incomes of up to 400% of the poverty line -- roughly $45,000 for an individual or $92,000 for a family of four. Some 57% of enrollees will receive subsidies, and those subsidies will cover nearly two-thirds of the premium, on average, according to the Congressional Budget Office's estimates.."


Question, So who pays the subsidies?????
Where does the subsidy money come from??
Is this money part of the fed reserve printing up over $85 billion a month?????? Again adding to the debt ten-fold??????


Come on Libbers, everyone wants to know the answers to these types of questions.




Scott

Baldwin, GA

#12342 May 20, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe we shouldn't let you in on the secret - but Obama isn't too worried about his poll numbers because - keep this real quiet and on the down low - he can't run for re-election.
Chickenbutt wrote:

Bam!

Bam! Bam! Bam!

Published: May 19, 2013 at 1:07 pm

Even as his administration has faced intense scrutiny over a trio of controversies, President Obama’s approval rating hasn’t suffered, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll released Sunday.

Fifty-three percent of Americans said they approve of the job the president is doing, while 45 percent said they disapprove. That’s virtually unchanged from an early April survey in which Obama’s approval/disapproval split was 51 percent to 47 percent.

Chickenbutt, I.O. says Obama isn't running again. Is that true?
bull

Jefferson, GA

#12343 May 20, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
I noticed you left out the AP and Benghazi debacle so give us your prejudiced viewpoints on them.
A waste of time, these things only matter to people with an agenda of politics and hate. I prefer to work on things that matter, jobs and economic growth. Things that we all had before your beloved Bush ruined the country, time to go back to work.

Just curious, do you people sit on the computer all day and night???? Some of you seem smart, why don’t you do something productive with your time, 20 minutes a day is all the time I have to waste.
Danger Zone

Mcdonough, GA

#12344 May 20, 2013
bull wrote:
<quoted text>
A waste of time, these things only matter to people with an agenda of politics and hate. I prefer to work on things that matter, jobs and economic growth. Things that we all had before your beloved Bush ruined the country, time to go back to work.
Just curious, do you people sit on the computer all day and night???? Some of you seem smart, why don’t you do something productive with your time, 20 minutes a day is all the time I have to waste.
Why does it matter to you what people do in the privacy of their own homes? It's not illegal, it doesn't harm anyone. People like you are very sad. I've learned, those folks who worry most about the lives of others, aren't happy with their own. Let others spend time as they wish, you do the same.... You have a looong list of things to do. Get busy.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#12345 May 20, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>

As to unions - With the destruction of unions and the resulting drop in tax affected wages, the loss of benefits, the loss of pensions, the drop in home ownership, and all the other indicia of the destruction of the middle class,
along with
the incredible increase in productivity of the American worker that has caused the explosion in profits, the astounding amounts of cash held in reserve onshore and off shore, and the explosion in executive compensation,
and it seems impossible to me to argue that unions aren't essential to maintain the balance between capital and labor.
If the facts aren't sufficient, then simple common sense tells you that the Georgia giy with three kids and a wife to support is never, in a million years, going to be able to negotiate with a multi-billion dollar company over wages and benefits.
Remember a corporation is an amoral profit making entity whose sole purpose is to pay as little as possible for labor and other expenses, and charge as much as possible for the service or product. Corporations better be trying to screw employees- or they aren't doing their job.
Okay, great. My response didn't post - let's try again.

Your first sentence implies a cause and effect relationship that doesn't exist, especially in light of the fact that private sector union membership is down to less than 7%. It also blows the water out of your other claims.[and I will repeat, unions were a godsend after the decades of admitted abuse following the Industrial Revolution - too long hours, unsafe conditions, child labor, etc - but we are WAY beyond the abuses that unions helped stop].

But my biggest heartburn is with the public sector unions that are bankrupting local and state governments and are such a burden on the federal government. The pension plans that have been negotiated - often with the too willing compliance of those government officials - are completely unsupportable. When you have public sector employees who can retire in their 40's after only 20 years employment and have a pension of 80-90% of their last salary, we have a problem. And that pension may be based on the last year's salary alone, which has resulted in what is known as "pension spiking" - the employee artificially inflates their last year's salary through the use of overtime or unused leave time that pads that salary upon which the pension is based. The tax payer ends up paying 2 people for one job. First, the person who had the job for 20 years and second, the person who now has that job.
And that first person often, instead of just staying on in their first job, then takes a second government job - thus double dipping by receiving both a salary and the pension from their first govt job.
The public employee pensions used to be a selling point for govt jobs to offset the fact that the private sector used to pay more than public - but that is no longer the case. So we have public employees being paid more than their private sector counterparts and then receiving pensions that are both obscene and unsupportable. Time for an overhaul

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#12346 May 20, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>

Especially as to teachers unions - Why America would want to disassemble public eduction is amazing to me. The countries I visit respect and honor teachers and pay them as professionals at the highest amount that can be afforded.
That's why their kids kick our kids' butts academically.
That's why we send our kids to public schools in a district where we voted to pay higher school taxes than anywhere else nearby - to provide our kids better schools and pay higher salaries to teachers - so we get and maintain the best ones In addition, our family hires a tutor to help our kids with their A-P classes and with Spanish. Our business has opened accounts at office supply stores and the kids' teachers simply have to order anything and everything they want online and its delivered to their classroom, and charged to the business.
When you test the kids in our kids' classroom, that teacher is a genius.
Compare that with the school district less than 30 miles away where the majority of the kids attend school less than 68% of the days. 40% don;t speak English as their primary language. 95% come form families so poor they get free breakfast, lunch, and supplies. 60% come from single parent homes with the parent having less than a grade school education.
That district also has a large number of "special needs" students - do you think a charter school would like to spend the extra tens of thousands each of those kids require? Under your plan- don't they get thrown in the ditch ?
Those teachers must be deserve to be fired because their kids' test scores suck.
Vouchers only make it worse by diverting funds the schools desperately need to "special" schools for the chosen few. The majority suffer to benefit the few.
Why do we want to "disassemble public education" - because in its current state - IT DOESN"T WORK any longer. Teachers' unions have a stranglehold on the education system and their emphasis is on protecting their members and their bureaucracy regardless of the impact on the student.
Schools can't fire incompetent or even abusive teachers because the full power of the union will come down on them and drown them in legal fees, so they just live with a bad teacher (sorry, kids) or put them somewhere out of the classroom and hire a new teacher and pay two people for the same job.

Most unions require "last hire, first fired" in their contracts. Helena Ritchie, Hartford CT is a great example, outstanding teacher with great results in her classroom, but when a teacher's position was cut she was the last hired, so despite being a highly effective teacher - the principal had no discretion in terms of keeping her and firing a less stellar teacher - she had to go. And that is the case in far too many schools.

But forget ALL of the above: YOUR quote:
"That's why we send our kids to public schools in a district where we voted to pay higher school taxes than anywhere else nearby - to provide our kids better schools and pay higher salaries to teachers - so we get and maintain the best ones" THIS! THIS! THIS!

Do you not see the irony in your statement. THAT is what competition in our schools is all about. Give the parents control of that tax money associated with their child and let the schools compete for that money - and that includes the special needs children and the children from less than optimal homes.
Let the schools compete for the best teachers and watch the children thrive. There will be no tolerance for sub par teachers. I don't need to make any other arguments - you've made it yourself.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#12347 May 20, 2013
Bored wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
The point presented was whether Homeland security used more ammo than the military.
Are you saying the only time military fires their weapons are in a war?
Such an ignorant statement deserves clarification.
No, the comparison was originally made in this article which was then referenced in other articles and blogs. But it's an apples to oranges comparison that does not take into account the difference in mission training between the military and law enforcement, one being for a war zone while the other is in a civilian environment.

A number of other issues are not even considered in this discussion:

- has there been an increase in the number of agents within these agencies that require training

- has there been a change in the training regime or frequency of requalification

1.6 Billion Rounds Of Ammo For Homeland Security? It's Time For A National Conversation
Ralph Benko, Contributor
3/11/2013 @ 8:00AM
http://www.forbes.com/sites/ralphbenko/2013/0...

...As reported elsewhere, some of this purchase order is for hollow-point rounds, forbidden by international law for use in war, along with a frightening amount specialized for snipers. Also reported elsewhere, at the height of the Iraq War the Army was expending less than 6 million rounds a month. Therefore 1.6 billion rounds would be enough to sustain a hot war for 20+ years. In America.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#12349 May 20, 2013
Chicknbutt wrote:
<quoted text>
Only if you believe complete bullsh!t without any thought or due dilligence to check the accuracy.
Oh - I forgot. I'm talking to you.
You are such a BAD SPORT. You simply WILL NOT be bested. Good grief!
Oh- I forgot. I'm talking to YOU, a loonie liberal socialist commie lunatic.

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