Barack Obama, our next President

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ... Read more
dem

United States

#819833 Dec 11, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
So, you won't say whether the income taxes were paid.
You can't tell me the difference between the Univ paying the with holding & handing the guy a $10k Check & giving the gut a $12.5K bonus, talking 2.5K for with holding & handing the guy a check for 10K.
What does this have to do with people paying higher tax rates?
NOTHING.
So the school is paying the guy more than they publish - the income taxes are being paid.
Would you be interested in being my buttboy? I imagine you as being absolutely ravenous n the alley.
ole_47

Oklahoma City, OK

#819835 Dec 11, 2012
Union teachers, but not spelling champions...

LEOSNANA! CALLING LEOSNANA!

"Michigan teacher poses in front of misspelled anti-‘Synder’ sign"

http://twitchy.com/2012/12/11/michigan-teache...
carol

Orlando, FL

#819836 Dec 11, 2012
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>That's a blog Carol and that was commentary submitted by bloggers such as Nicholas Graber-Grace who, in real life, is/was the Connecticut state organizer for state ACORN. He's also some sort of psychologist. There were other contributors, but he seemed to be the lead.
You're wrong babe, particularly about Nagin for he was only the Mayor of New Orleans, Katrina knocked the sht out of many other municipalities located in three different states where Nagin had zero authority.
US Corps of Engineers controls the bulk of the S Loiusiana levee systems.
US Coast Guard controls the bulk of the Mississippi Delta
Bureau of Ocean Energy__US Department of Mining and Minerals
US Department of the Interior
Are you seeing a trend here Carol???
Bush didn't need anyone's permission to order precautionary measures__and he didn't__he sat on his azz in Crawford until it was too late and the whole Delta was a clstrfk.
Even a New Orleans newspaper says Nagin is a liar:

"Ray Nagin's claims about NOPD crumble under investigation"

http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2011/0...

Why do you liberals - and enigmas - insist on believing liars?

Washington Post - "Federal officials tried to wrest authority from Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco.

"Shortly before midnight Friday, the Bush administration sent her a proposed legal memorandum asking her to request a federal takeover of the evacuation of New Orleans.... The administration sought unified control over all local police and state National Guard units reporting to the governor. Louisiana officials rejected the request after talks throughout the night concerned that such a move would be comparable to a federal declaration of martial law."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...

Who are you going to believe? A liar or the Washington Post?
Jane Says

New York, NY

#819837 Dec 11, 2012
Swade wrote:
Slowly but surely the unemployment deficit is decreasing. That's sequential to lowering the debt ceiling. By the time he's out of office, I'm sure a Republican will find a war to bury us yet again.
it'll be an Obama Christmas for the many who work in the defense industry and will soon be unemployed.

but war? i do recall something called Vietnam that Kennedy and Johnson got us into.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#819838 Dec 11, 2012
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
Does your mom know you're on the computer?
Did you learn any other new jokes in 3rd grade today??

I almost can't believe you've fallen to such weak, lame comments.

Without Gunner around, you're just a little boy with dumb comments.

Then again, with Gunner around, you're just alittle boy with dumb comments.

Never mind. Continue with your juvenile behavior.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#819839 Dec 11, 2012
beating them over the head with their own stick(s)....

If Republicans “Stand and Fight,” They’ll Suffer a Major Defeat

The evidence suggests that most Americans will blame the GOP in the event that there is no deal, and it isn’t a close contest. The Republican Party already has a poor favorability rating, and failing to reach a deal will make that worse. When 19% of Republicans and 52% of independents are going to blame Republicans for the lack of an agreement, there is no way that Republicans in Congress can gain political advantage. At this point, they can either limit the damage to themselves, or they can suffer another major political defeat just weeks after their last one. Republicans are still living with the blame their party received for the country’s economic woes four years ago, and they haven’t yet recovered from that. It is absurdly optimistic to expect that the GOP can recover from both that previous damage and other newly-inflicted wounds. If this were simply a case of suffering a minor setback for the sake of some larger gain later on, it might be worth taking a risk, but that isn’t the case here.

Defending Bush-era tax rates at all costs would be harmful enough to the party’s already battered reputation, but refusing to deal would also mark the party as politically incompetent as well as intransigent. One of the party’s many problems is that it trashed its brand as the party of limited government many years ago. Nothing they do now can destroy an image that was defaced long ago. The more important problems for the party are that it has been branded as too incompetent to govern well and far too oblivious to the views of people outside the party. Failing to reach an agreement would exacerbate both of these problems, and that would be ruinous to the prospects for Republican revival and recovery over the longer term.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
dem

United States

#819840 Dec 11, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
And you are the most clueless of them all.
Your 'Obama Derangement Disorder'(ODD) is getting worse.
Seek immediate mental health intervention.
You strike me as someone who's a grinder and a bumper (with a pre-moistened dumper). Lets meet please.

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#819841 Dec 11, 2012
ole_47 wrote:
<quoted text>
Standing in line for foodstamps sure has your blood pressure all outta whack...
Nope, that was not me ahead of you in line.
Jane Says

New York, NY

#819842 Dec 11, 2012
ole_47 wrote:
<quoted text>
Standing in line for foodstamps sure has your blood pressure all outta whack...
and then like many, he sells them for cigarette $$, but at least the public library has free Internet.
ole_47

Oklahoma City, OK

#819843 Dec 11, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Uh oh!!
Jimmy's here!!
That should get Emaam gooing with his conspiracy theories again!!
If a giant boulder fell on your head and crushed your skull...

no...that's not it...

If a maniac were to bash in your head with a hammer...

no..that's not it...

You were born an idiot!
Eureka! That's it!
Case closed.
dem

United States

#819844 Dec 11, 2012
ole_47 wrote:
Union teachers, but not spelling champions...
LEOSNANA! CALLING LEOSNANA!
"Michigan teacher poses in front of misspelled anti-‘Synder’ sign"
http://twitchy.com/2012/12/11/michigan-teache...
Dont bother, I have her working the other side of the street. She's really slurping in the business.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#819845 Dec 11, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
And you are the most clueless of them all.
Your 'Obama Derangement Disorder'(ODD) is getting worse.
Seek immediate mental health intervention.
[DSM Vol X: Teh Crazy Appendix]

Obama Derangement Syndrome---ODS—is a new category of mental illness recently added to the DSM, The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the mental health profession's official catalogue. It is a disease afflicting conservative Republicans primarily. The symptoms of ODS are (1) an absolute conviction that anything said by Barack Obama--“there are 24 hours in a day”,“the earth is round”,“water is wet”-- must be opposed and damned as the utterances of ‘the most radical president in American history’,(2) the condemnation of Obama for not buying into demonstrably absurdist ways of dealing with problems, such as—not taxing the rich makes everyone else prosperous, and (3) a strange combination of loss of short term memory---no recall, for example, of spending the country into debt during the Bush years--- along with distorted long-term memory---the claim, for example, that Washington, Jefferson and other slave-holding Founding fathers fought tirelessly to end slavery. There is no known cure for ODS, although one is being worked on. It’s called voting, and it is intended to keep ODS sufferers far away from any political office that might give them the power to shape the country in the image of their fantasies.

http://jrh-thewholetruth.blogspot.com/2011/07...
dem

United States

#819847 Dec 11, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you learn any other new jokes in 3rd grade today??
I almost can't believe you've fallen to such weak, lame comments.
Without Gunner around, you're just a little boy with dumb comments.
Then again, with Gunner around, you're just alittle boy with dumb comments.
Never mind. Continue with your juvenile behavior.
We know you are an expert in the ways of little boys, so we have no choice butt to believe you.
carol

Orlando, FL

#819848 Dec 11, 2012
Swade wrote:
Slowly but surely the unemployment deficit is decreasing. That's sequential to lowering the debt ceiling. By the time he's out of office, I'm sure a Republican will find a war to bury us yet again.
Keep dreaming there, Swade. We'll wake you up when this ship starts sinking. Unless you're in a coma.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#819849 Dec 11, 2012
flack wrote:
<quoted text> Don't I know it Carol. On another note the price of corn is set to go up over a dollar in the first quarter. For those of you who can't read that doesn't mean it will go over a dollar. Lt means it will go from around $7.35 to $8.50 in the first quarter.
Corn prices rise due to drought and ethnol usage. DUH

If stupid Bush hadn't started the ethanol for fuel debacle, we wouldn't have his problem.

Food crops should never be used for fuel. Esp. when there are people going hungry all over the world.

With all your fear mongerig, you'd be better of if you shot yourself. So would the rest of us, we wouldn't have to watch you whine and cry on a daily basis.
ole_47

Oklahoma City, OK

#819852 Dec 11, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
beating them over the head with their own stick(s)....
If Republicans “Stand and Fight,” They’ll Suffer a Major Defeat
The evidence suggests that most Americans will blame the GOP in the event that there is no deal, and it isn’t a close contest. The Republican Party already has a poor favorability rating, and failing to reach a deal will make that worse. When 19% of Republicans and 52% of independents are going to blame Republicans for the lack of an agreement, there is no way that Republicans in Congress can gain political advantage. At this point, they can either limit the damage to themselves, or they can suffer another major political defeat just weeks after their last one. Republicans are still living with the blame their party received for the country’s economic woes four years ago, and they haven’t yet recovered from that. It is absurdly optimistic to expect that the GOP can recover from both that previous damage and other newly-inflicted wounds. If this were simply a case of suffering a minor setback for the sake of some larger gain later on, it might be worth taking a risk, but that isn’t the case here.
Defending Bush-era tax rates at all costs would be harmful enough to the party’s already battered reputation, but refusing to deal would also mark the party as politically incompetent as well as intransigent. One of the party’s many problems is that it trashed its brand as the party of limited government many years ago. Nothing they do now can destroy an image that was defaced long ago. The more important problems for the party are that it has been branded as too incompetent to govern well and far too oblivious to the views of people outside the party. Failing to reach an agreement would exacerbate both of these problems, and that would be ruinous to the prospects for Republican revival and recovery over the longer term.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
you get those scientific notation sheets completed?

You need that kind of information at the ready while you are installing $15 speakers in the homes of steroid phreaks....
dem

United States

#819854 Dec 11, 2012
Anyone want to swap spit? Step up boys!!

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#819855 Dec 11, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Corn prices rise due to drought and ethnol usage. DUH
If stupid Bush hadn't started the ethanol for fuel debacle, we wouldn't have his problem.
Food crops should never be used for fuel. Esp. when there are people going hungry all over the world.
With all your fear mongerig, you'd be better of if you shot yourself. So would the rest of us, we wouldn't have to watch you whine and cry on a daily basis.
except for the last part I agree. The old unleaded gas it took 3/4 of a tank to go from this house to the farm. 372 miles. With this junk they sell now it takes 1 1/4 tanks go gas. That's 14 gallons. This is called the unknown gas tax.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#819858 Dec 11, 2012
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
We know you are an expert in the ways of little boys, so we have no choice butt to believe you.
republican
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#819859 Dec 11, 2012
flack wrote:
<quoted text> except for the last part I agree. The old unleaded gas it took 3/4 of a tank to go from this house to the farm. 372 miles. With this junk they sell now it takes 1 1/4 tanks go gas. That's 14 gallons. This is called the unknown gas tax.
Looks like it's time for a tune up for that old 1952 broken down jalopy.

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