Who do you support for Governor in Oh...
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#33569 Sep 6, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> Ding Ding Ding Ding !! You were right as you can see on post 33544. "predictions"? The clock has actual running numbers that are the same as the media publishes. I am aware of 2 variables between the clock & typical media. Time lag, clock is dynamic & typical media is more static, and the rounding of numbers which is acceptable.
1 thing in common? Adjustments due to information that can't be compiled by the second such as jobs/unemployment, tax revenue & stock market numbers to name a few.
Ding Ding Ding Ding, Learn how they get those numbers:

www.census.gov/popclock/
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#33570 Sep 6, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Where is the post where I stated that?
The deficit has to do with spending--not the economy, other than the fact of all the spending that takes place because of these social programs. These social programs are the reason why people don't want to go to work. It's the reason I pass "HELP WANTED" signs all over the industrial areas I deliver to. The most amount of people not in the labor force in 36 years? Come on now..... We're going back to the Carter years now.....
Liar. Keep making the crap up. You excel at it.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#33571 Sep 6, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
That doesn't make any sense.
You were crying that a link about Obama halving the deficit didn't have anything to do with the economy and now you are crying saying that you never said the deficit has nothing to do with the economy.
He just can't remember all of the lies he posts.

Since: Aug 11

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#33572 Sep 6, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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You voted for Obama twice so that makes you a new left sideways liberal yourself.
No it doesnt, I just knew how far left McCain and Romney where and I would rather take my chances with Obama.

Since: Aug 11

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#33573 Sep 6, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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No, McCain is not and I'll tell you why:
McCain wouldn't have pulled all of our troops out of Iraq so abruptly. McCain would have never plagued our nation with another Socialist healthcare system. McCain would not have spent nearly as much of our borrowed money in such a short time as DumBama did. I don't think McCain would have attacked our credit card institutions or banks.
McCain may have did some of the bailouts. He may have even tried to get the economy going by dumping "some" money into it. Taxes on the wealthy? I doubt it. He and his wife are wealthy.
Is McCain left? Yes he is, very much. More left than DumBama? Never. McCain may be left, but he's not a Socialist. Mind you, the only thing that stopped DumBama from further damage is the changeover of leadership in Congress from Democrat to Republican. If not for that, DumBama would have shown you just how left he was. Today, we would be over 22 trillion in debt and growing and the taxes on the wealth would have chased some of them right out of the country along with the jobs that we have left.
McCain is a Liberal just like Romney which McCain has proven he will say one thing and totally do the opposite.

McCain must be getting dizzy from all the flip-flops


By Sally Kohn

updated 12:14 AM EDT, Wed June 11, 2014

http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/10/opinion/kohn-mc...
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#33574 Sep 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>No it doesnt, I just knew how far left McCain and Romney where and I would rather take my chances with Obama.
You said that before, but you still haven't explained how Obama was not as far left as McCain or Romney. In fact, just a little while ago you wrote,
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Obamacare that he signed into law proves different which places Obama to the Far Left.
If all three of these guys are leftists, it doesn't explain your vote for the most leftist of the three. You seem really confused.
Pops

Dayton, OH

#33575 Sep 6, 2014
J Dale Johnson wrote:
I'm just saying f#$ktards the 2010 election is over ....but if you tards want to know it would be Lloyd Christmas
Then don't post here. It's that simple f#Sktard. There are some years long conversations going on here. You are welcome to join or stay home.
Pops

Dayton, OH

#33576 Sep 6, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Ding Ding Ding Ding, Learn how they get those numbers:
www.census.gov/popclock/
Thank you for producing another link that pretty much endorses what I said in post #33547 & agrees with the clock that I posted.
Pops

Dayton, OH

#33577 Sep 6, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
The fact that you don't think the deficit has anything to do with the economy should end the discussion right there.
You bring up something that I am curious about so I solicit your opinion.
There have been & will be times that we 'have to raise the debt limit' or fail to pay our bills.
The U.S. has been 'paying' bills with 'imaginary' money for decades & decades. That is why our debt is nearing 17 trillion.
How in the heck does increasing the pile of 'funny money' or play money (increasing debt) if you will, help us to keep paying our bills?
There seems to be some sort of legal parameters that I am unaware of. What do you know about this?

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#33578 Sep 6, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
You said that before, but you still haven't explained how Obama was not as far left as McCain or Romney. In fact, just a little while ago you wrote,
<quoted text>
If all three of these guys are leftists, it doesn't explain your vote for the most leftist of the three. You seem really confused.
You really are confused especially not having ability to seperate the liberals and conservative that are found in both parties which they are right your lightbulb is definitely burned out.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#33579 Sep 6, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>You really are confused especially not having ability to seperate the liberals and conservative that are found in both parties which they are right your lightbulb is definitely burned out.
You certainly are confusing. That I will concede. I thought that you were against liberalism and would vote for the least liberal candidate. I guess I was wrong and you vote for the most liberal candidate. You must admit that is a bit odd though in light of your constant ranting against liberals.
gov

Ironton, OH

#33582 Sep 7, 2014
Im not a voter as of this year
xxxrayted

Maple Heights, OH

#33583 Sep 7, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>You bring up something that I am curious about so I solicit your opinion.
There have been & will be times that we 'have to raise the debt limit' or fail to pay our bills.
The U.S. has been 'paying' bills with 'imaginary' money for decades & decades. That is why our debt is nearing 17 trillion.
How in the heck does increasing the pile of 'funny money' or play money (increasing debt) if you will, help us to keep paying our bills?
There seems to be some sort of legal parameters that I am unaware of. What do you know about this?
The reason we need to raise the ceiling is not because of what we are spending today, but what we've already spent years ago.

Take Commie Care for example. After the bill was passed, the money was allocated. The original cost was about a trillion dollars over ten years. Of course, now that is revised to much more.

So in the next ten years, the ceiling is going to have to be increased to pay for this program among all the others. Republican or Democrat, they are going to have to raise the ceiling or go into default. If that happens, our interest rates are automatically increased and we will eventually get to the point where the country will financially collapse because we won't even be able to keep up paying the interest alone.

Right now, we desperately need a balanced budget. In other words, only spend what we collect in taxes. Better still, spend less than we take in and start to repay this debt. If not, we are going to keep heading towards trouble for the generations behind us.

The solution to much of this is to make sure liberals never have power in this country again. Today, we very well may have a balanced budget, but DumBama would never allow it. His goal to make as many people government dependent as possible will keep pushing us further into debt. The collapse we are heading for is something nobody in this country has ever seen before. That's why many are not taking this seriously enough or willing to make the sacrifices needed to save the country. Give me my goodies now, and let it be somebody else's problem later.
xxxrayted

Maple Heights, OH

#33584 Sep 7, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>Liar. Keep making the crap up. You excel at it.
What am I lying about troll? Tell us.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#33585 Sep 7, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for producing another link that pretty much endorses what I said in post #33547 & agrees with the clock that I posted.
I see you don't understand the words "estimates" or "projections", just like you don't have a clue on how amendments work on bills in Congress. You've made that quite clear.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#33586 Sep 7, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
No, McCain is not and I'll tell you why:
McCain wouldn't have pulled all of our troops out of Iraq so abruptly. McCain would have never plagued our nation with another Socialist healthcare system. McCain would not have spent nearly as much of our borrowed money in such a short time as DumBama did. I don't think McCain would have attacked our credit card institutions or banks.
McCain may have did some of the bailouts. He may have even tried to get the economy going by dumping "some" money into it. Taxes on the wealthy? I doubt it. He and his wife are wealthy.
Is McCain left? Yes he is, very much. More left than DumBama? Never. McCain may be left, but he's not a Socialist. Mind you, the only thing that stopped DumBama from further damage is the changeover of leadership in Congress from Democrat to Republican. If not for that, DumBama would have shown you just how left he was. Today, we would be over 22 trillion in debt and growing and the taxes on the wealth would have chased some of them right out of the country along with the jobs that we have left.
You idiot, every time McCain opens his mouth his war-mongering barking means spending a lot more money that they cry that we don't have. Oh, that's right, it's only for his buddies who have the right-wing bought and paid for. Oh that's right it, it was okay when "deficits don't matter", that is until you don't control the office anymore. You are nothing but a brainwashed broken record repeating the same lies over and over and over again.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#33587 Sep 7, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
What am I lying about troll? Tell us.
What don't you lie about? And every time you get busted you deny it or deflect to something else. Usually whatever Limpballs flavor of that day lie is.
Pops

Dayton, OH

#33588 Sep 7, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>I see you don't understand the words "estimates" or "projections", just like you don't have a clue on how amendments work on bills in Congress. You've made that quite clear.
YOU don't understand neither one is anymore reliable or certain to be 100% than the other. BOTH are based on 'best information'.
Quit blowing smoke up your own azz. It's clouding your brain.
Pops

Dayton, OH

#33589 Sep 7, 2014
I hear what you are saying Ray, the tune has played B4. But who is being fooled with 'cloud money'?
Like you & anyone with 1/2 a brain say, we MUST pay the interest which is about to take over the budget.
There is plenty of talk about the debt & deficit Every election cycle, from politicians, various economists in news interviews & printed articles yet all too many boneheaded voters perpetually elect jackasses to waste our taxes & then many of these boneheads complain but then elect or re-elect the same type of jackasses.
History is full of examples.
It seems that the majority of the voters & our 'reps' do not have 1/2 a brain.
Canton

Canton, OH

#33590 Sep 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>No you are just trying to find lame ass excuses for your terriblie decisions you have made and you what everybody else to pay for them and if you go back to 1980, Reagan was a Conservative in the Political Sense of a Conservative not the ideology of what a Conservative is today because Reagan favored Old Left Liberalism which is what Trickle Down Economics was based on & rejected New Left Liberalism which is Trickle Up Economics which gives no incentive for people to work and is why Detroit is Bankrupt and you are one of them that wants to see the US look like Detroit and whole US is heading down the same road as Detroit, MI.
If the New Left hadnt taken of the Democrat Party in the 1960's, Reagan would have still been a Liberal Democrat and like Reagan said he didnt leave the Party, the Party left Him for New Left Radicalism.
Now if only the very right wing Conservative CEO's pay hadn't increased exponentially while the middle class flat lined for 20 or so years, all you bogus crap about trickle up might be even a speck close to the truth. You guys sure do like to talk alot but for some reason, the facts and numbers don't EVER seem to back up your claims.

Pssssst. Hey mouth boy...the numbers tell us you are just another right wing Tea Bagging kook. Next?

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