Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
State of Denial

Mount Holly, NC

#43005 Oct 8, 2013
TSF wrote:
I don't think you even know the definition of ideology. You are only opposed to the imaginary things you have been lead to believe by the beckerheads. Give some examples of his ideology that you oppose.
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Still name calling. You're getting more pathetic daily.

I happen to know that Obama's "ideology" or what's the definition of "ideology", his idea or beliefs that guide him about social issues and forms his skewed thinking that's sinking this country is terribly off track.

He believes in Robin Hood and fairy tales. He doesn't have the right to take from one class and give to another to ensure equality amongst all. He has forgotten he was not elected to personally make sure everyone is "happy" and everyone is a "winner."

He also believes he's judge and jury and can kill citizens of his own country without a jury of their peers. On many occasions you have even pointed out this fact. Do you not think this might be overstepping his boundaries just a tick too much.

His administration has no problem with targeting groups of people that disagree with him i.e. IRS audits unfairly, to which you have admitted.

You tried playing the race card earlier. Mr. Obama has shown on occasions he will just outright play race baiter. Why did he interject himself into the case of the professor, that happened to be black, being arrested and then had some stupid beer summit to cover the ass he made of himself. My favorite is if he had a son he would like Trayvon Martin. He's just like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, he never lets a good racial crisis go to waste.

Didn't he do a swell job with the Benghazi debacle? Sent Susan Rice out to lie, she got caught and everyone knew he sent her out to do damage control and the sad thing is, she needed control. Then he calls in Hillary, same outcome. He couldn't go out and defend what happened he was hanging with Beyonce raising some cash for his re-election.

You tell me, are any of these stories imaginary? No and you know they're not. Are they not a reflection of his ideology? BTW, I don't even know what a beckerhead is.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#43006 Oct 9, 2013
TSF wrote:
The costly funding battle could be settled tomorrow if Boehner would allow the house to vote.
Boehner what a joke. Boehner doesn't really want this shut down nor does he want to default. What he is really afraid of is loosing his speaker of the house job. The teaparty has a firm grip on his begonias. If the house were allowed to vote, there would be enough votes to pass a clean CR and Boehner knows it.

Speaking of Boehner, doesn't he look alot like "The Grinch That Stole Christmas"? That's it, Ted Cruz should have read from this Dr. Seuss book during his faux filibuster instead of "Green Eggs and Ham". I believe it would have been more fitting of the situation. Lol.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43007 Oct 9, 2013
I have a few bridges I will sell at a bargain price after you FORCE any bank to do anything NOT in their own financial interest.
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Yet Galveston Tx is the only U.S. city that was able to opt out of SS before Congress changed the law in 1983 that prevented other cities from following suit and they invest the resident's retirement in the stock market rather than the govt program. The result is the retired citizens of Galveston are enjoying a lot better retirement portfolio than the rest of the nation regardless of the ups and downs of the stock market!
As far as the market crash, EVERYONE except the Commucrats realize it was Carter/Clinton and their Community Reivestment Act that forced banks to give loans to unqualified borrowers.
"To enforce the statute, federal regulatory agencies are to examine banking institutions for CRA compliance, and take this information into consideration when approving applications for new bank branches or for mergers or acquisitions (Section 804.)"
It was this practice of forcing the banks to give loans to people who couldn't afford the homes in the first place in exchange for new branches or mergers which caused the housing bubble to burst which led to the economy crashing. Of course the Commucrats, along with the state run media, placed the blame on the predatory lenders and Wall Street to which the "dumbmasses" bought hook, line, and sinker!
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43008 Oct 9, 2013
One's perspective is the sum total of their collective associations. For instance: You continue to believe that babymommas, drug addicts, slackers and disabled persons are causing the financial woes of the USA because, evidently, you have or have had extensive social contact with hordes of these undesirables and resent the fact that you work while they do not.. Having little or no association with the beautiful people who might even drop a crumb that you could use, you fail to see that as a class , they are consuming over 150% more public welfare than the less fortunate. Therefore you want to blame the poor and defenseless because they are defenseless and available. But at the same time you fiercely defend the more expensive deadbeats because they are more powerful than you and because they are pretty much unavailable to suffer your wrath. You hate Obama because he has the spine to see the entire picture and isn't a narrow minded jellyfish focused entirely on tax breaks for the rich.
State of Denial wrote:
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Still name calling. You're getting more pathetic daily.
I happen to know that Obama's "ideology" or what's the definition of "ideology", his idea or beliefs that guide him about social issues and forms his skewed thinking that's sinking this country is terribly off track.
He believes in Robin Hood and fairy tales. He doesn't have the right to take from one class and give to another to ensure equality amongst all. He has forgotten he was not elected to personally make sure everyone is "happy" and everyone is a "winner."
He also believes he's judge and jury and can kill citizens of his own country without a jury of their peers. On many occasions you have even pointed out this fact. Do you not think this might be overstepping his boundaries just a tick too much.
His administration has no problem with targeting groups of people that disagree with him i.e. IRS audits unfairly, to which you have admitted.
You tried playing the race card earlier. Mr. Obama has shown on occasions he will just outright play race baiter. Why did he interject himself into the case of the professor, that happened to be black, being arrested and then had some stupid beer summit to cover the ass he made of himself. My favorite is if he had a son he would like Trayvon Martin. He's just like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, he never lets a good racial crisis go to waste.
Didn't he do a swell job with the Benghazi debacle? Sent Susan Rice out to lie, she got caught and everyone knew he sent her out to do damage control and the sad thing is, she needed control. Then he calls in Hillary, same outcome. He couldn't go out and defend what happened he was hanging with Beyonce raising some cash for his re-election.
You tell me, are any of these stories imaginary? No and you know they're not. Are they not a reflection of his ideology? BTW, I don't even know what a beckerhead is.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43009 Oct 9, 2013
Now before you start, let me say that I agree that Obama and Eric Holder have wandered entirely outside the legitimate bounds of their office with respect to exerting undue influence on the judicial branch of government.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43010 Oct 9, 2013
Beckerhead- a person listening to and believing Glenn Beck --- I closely associate that definition with the definition of a very similarly spelled word describing an ignorant , gullible , stupid, opinionated person of low morals, usually having a long rap sheet

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43011 Oct 9, 2013
TSF wrote:
One's perspective is the sum total of their collective associations. For instance: You continue to believe that babymommas, drug addicts, slackers and disabled persons are causing the financial woes of the USA because, evidently, you have or have had extensive social contact with hordes of these undesirables and resent the fact that you work while they do not.. Having little or no association with the beautiful people who might even drop a crumb that you could use, you fail to see that as a class , they are consuming over 150% more public welfare than the less fortunate. Therefore you want to blame the poor and defenseless because they are defenseless and available. But at the same time you fiercely defend the more expensive deadbeats because they are more powerful than you and because they are pretty much unavailable to suffer your wrath. You hate Obama because he has the spine to see the entire picture and isn't a narrow minded jellyfish focused entirely on tax breaks for the rich.
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Hello TSF. It's me Bacon. You are so correct for quite a few years I worked with this group of what you describe as undesirables. Not all, but the majority are slackers, druggies, and promiscuous leeches on society. Why should the working class have to take care of their poor choices in life?

As far as crumbs from the beautiful, I happen to think anyone with a job keeping a roof over their head, food on the table. parenting their children, instilling values of working for the their needs and wants and respecting their bodies and mind is a beautiful person.

As you seem to, I don't resent anyone that has more financially than I, nor do look down on anyone that doesn't have as much financially as I.

I abhor slothful, lazy people, that want someone to clean up their messes perpetually. The disabled and the elderly, yes, they need a hand, but a healthy young man and woman that sit and wait for government assistance every month because they think they're too good to work at McDonalds or anywhere gets my goat.

I may not hang around with what you call the beautiful people and beg for crumbs, but apparently we have different views of beautiful people as I stated earlier. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and mine is people that are honest, hard working and clean up their own messes made by poor choices.

Heading back today away from people like you that enjoy a simpler way of life.

You remember, this country needs the wealthy whether you like it or not.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43012 Oct 9, 2013
Allen wrote:
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Boehner what a joke. Boehner doesn't really want this shut down nor does he want to default. What he is really afraid of is loosing his speaker of the house job. The teaparty has a firm grip on his begonias. If the house were allowed to vote, there would be enough votes to pass a clean CR and Boehner knows it.
Speaking of Boehner, doesn't he look alot like "The Grinch That Stole Christmas"? That's it, Ted Cruz should have read from this Dr. Seuss book during his faux filibuster instead of "Green Eggs and Ham". I believe it would have been more fitting of the situation. Lol.
You really shouldn't believe the propaganda being spewed from the Commucrats! Do you REALLY believe that there are 20+ Republicans in the House that would be willing to go on record and vote against the party? That's political suicide! That would be like Boehner claiming there's 20+ liberals in the Senate willing to vote to defund Obamacare!
Recent polls showed that 72% of registered Republican voters agree with the TEA Party and what the Republicans are doing. Calls being received by top Republican Congressmen are 8 to 1 in favor of their actions.
The TEA Party IS the Republican Party!
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43013 Oct 9, 2013
If the vote is so solid, why do republikans oppose an up/down vote?
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>You really shouldn't believe the propaganda being spewed from the Commucrats! Do you REALLY believe that there are 20+ Republicans in the House that would be willing to go on record and vote against the party? That's political suicide! That would be like Boehner claiming there's 20+ liberals in the Senate willing to vote to defund Obamacare!
Recent polls showed that 72% of registered Republican voters agree with the TEA Party and what the Republicans are doing. Calls being received by top Republican Congressmen are 8 to 1 in favor of their actions.
The TEA Party IS the Republican Party!

“Seek Light”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#43014 Oct 9, 2013
I think we should have an up and down vote, with American voters, on Obamacare.I predict victory for republicans in that event.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43015 Oct 9, 2013
Hello Bacon. The beautiful people that I describe are the same slackers, deadbeats, corrupt, immoral, undesirables except with money. They just look better to you because they have nice cars, clothes, yachts, airplanes etc. These are the congressmen who vote against food stamps for hungry children and disabled senior and then turn around and vote themselves million dollar subsidy welfare. The give and get government no bid contracts in return for giving and getting kickbacks. They pay congressmen to make sure their penance only bids for OUR natural resources are given to them. The examples go on and on. This country is far from broke. We are being robbed by corrupt mismanagement of both parties while they keep the public focused on boogy man abstractions of liberas, conservatives, commies, socialist etc.
Makin bacon wrote:
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Hello TSF. It's me Bacon. You are so correct for quite a few years I worked with this group of what you describe as undesirables. Not all, but the majority are slackers, druggies, and promiscuous leeches on society. Why should the working class have to take care of their poor choices in life?
As far as crumbs from the beautiful, I happen to think anyone with a job keeping a roof over their head, food on the table. parenting their children, instilling values of working for the their needs and wants and respecting their bodies and mind is a beautiful person.
As you seem to, I don't resent anyone that has more financially than I, nor do look down on anyone that doesn't have as much financially as I.
I abhor slothful, lazy people, that want someone to clean up their messes perpetually. The disabled and the elderly, yes, they need a hand, but a healthy young man and woman that sit and wait for government assistance every month because they think they're too good to work at McDonalds or anywhere gets my goat.
I may not hang around with what you call the beautiful people and beg for crumbs, but apparently we have different views of beautiful people as I stated earlier. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and mine is people that are honest, hard working and clean up their own messes made by poor choices.
Heading back today away from people like you that enjoy a simpler way of life.
You remember, this country needs the wealthy whether you like it or not.
TSF

Greenville, NC

#43016 Oct 9, 2013
Sounds fair enough. How was the medical adventure?
waco1909 wrote:
I think we should have an up and down vote, with American voters, on Obamacare.I predict victory for republicans in that event.
God Calling

Gastonia, NC

#43017 Oct 9, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello TSF. It's me Bacon. You are so correct for quite a few years I worked with this group of what you describe as undesirables. Not all, but the majority are slackers, druggies, and promiscuous leeches on society. Why should the working class have to take care of their poor choices in life?
As far as crumbs from the beautiful, I happen to think anyone with a job keeping a roof over their head, food on the table. parenting their children, instilling values of working for the their needs and wants and respecting their bodies and mind is a beautiful person.
As you seem to, I don't resent anyone that has more financially than I, nor do look down on anyone that doesn't have as much financially as I.
I abhor slothful, lazy people, that want someone to clean up their messes perpetually. The disabled and the elderly, yes, they need a hand, but a healthy young man and woman that sit and wait for government assistance every month because they think they're too good to work at McDonalds or anywhere gets my goat.
I may not hang around with what you call the beautiful people and beg for crumbs, but apparently we have different views of beautiful people as I stated earlier. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and mine is people that are honest, hard working and clean up their own messes made by poor choices.
Heading back today away from people like you that enjoy a simpler way of life.
You remember, this country needs the wealthy whether you like it or not.
Repent, Repent. Read your bible.
Mitt Romney

Gastonia, NC

#43018 Oct 9, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
I think we should have an up and down vote, with American voters, on Obamacare.I predict victory for republicans in that event.
Are you using the same polls I did? You know how that turned out!!

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43019 Oct 9, 2013
TSF wrote:
If the vote is so solid, why do republikans oppose an up/down vote?
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Why waste the time when they already know the outcome?
Yes, the American people re-elected the Ruler to the White House and Commucrats control of the Senate but they also re-elected Republicans control of the house. Neither the Ruler, Reid, Pelosi, or the state run media have the Constitutional power to decide if or when the House votes on anything!
This claim of 20+ votes is nothing more than a political tactic by the Commucrats trying to expose a chink in the Republican's armor that doesn't exist! Just more liberal propoganda!

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#43020 Oct 9, 2013
TSF wrote:
I have a few bridges I will sell at a bargain price after you FORCE any bank to do anything NOT in their own financial interest.
<quoted text>
Are you claiming that the liberal Congress didn't pressure the banks to give bad loans to people who they knew couldn't afford the loans in the first place? Do you not remember Barney Frank kicking the regulators out of the Senate Hearing meetings because he feared they would expose the truth and implicate himself as well as the rest of Congress on the sub prime mortgages? You must have a selective memory!
100 Missions

Lexington, NC

#43021 Oct 9, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>Are you claiming that the liberal Congress didn't pressure the banks to give bad loans to people who they knew couldn't afford the loans in the first place? Do you not remember Barney Frank kicking the regulators out of the Senate Hearing meetings because he feared they would expose the truth and implicate himself as well as the rest of Congress on the sub prime mortgages? You must have a selective memory!
Banks where threatened with sanctions if they refused to make these loans. BTW; I thought Barney Frank liked to expose himself...lol

“Seek Light”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#43022 Oct 9, 2013
TSF wrote:
Sounds fair enough. How was the medical adventure?
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Great,I was smart enough to go to Texas for my surgery! Did you know there are more hospitals in Houston them I'm NYC and LOS ANGELES combined?

“Seek Light”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#43023 Oct 9, 2013
Mitt Romney wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you using the same polls I did? You know how that turned out!!
You need to quit worrying about polls and pay me that fifty bucks you owe me, loser!

“Seek Light”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#43025 Oct 9, 2013
THE debt closes in.The Chinese want their money.If we default, we risk 1929 all over again.I blame Obama.who refuses to negotiate.and I blame Obamacare for tearing this country to pieces, by taking from the MIDDLE CLASS to pay for heath care for those who can't afford it, thereby destroying the middle class financially.With no middle left, look for the lower financial classes to expand geometrically, leaving no one to pay for Obamacare, leaving only the rich and the dirt poor left.Redistributiin of wealth at its finest, Lenin would be proud, and not a shot fired.

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