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Canton

Canton, OH

#25831 Feb 21, 2014
Since it is a proven fact that Rush Limbaugh lies on just about everything he says, then why do you continue to follow him and hang on his every word? It's almost as if you guys will knowingly believe a liar, then to ever admit you were wrong. You even go as far as to imply if you want the REAL truth, then follow Rush Limbaugh. Never mind the fact that he is a proven liar. A fat, pill head, racist, liar does seem like a good vehicle of your "higher moral standards".

Boy I hope you guys get 8 solid years of Hillary Clinton as president.
Reality Check

Lima, OH

#25832 Feb 21, 2014
Canton wrote:
Since it is a proven fact that Rush Limbaugh lies on just about everything he says, then why do you continue to follow him and hang on his every word? It's almost as if you guys will knowingly believe a liar, then to ever admit you were wrong. You even go as far as to imply if you want the REAL truth, then follow Rush Limbaugh. Never mind the fact that he is a proven liar. A fat, pill head, racist, liar does seem like a good vehicle of your "higher moral standards".
Boy I hope you guys get 8 solid years of Hillary Clinton as president.
They've lost their foothold on reality, so they're desperate enough to grasp at pretty much ANYTHING at this point.
Gotta love how these goosestepping Putin cheerleaders have been b itching about invisible commies for the past eight years, only to find out that their conservative wonderland is actually in Russia...
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25833 Feb 21, 2014
Canton wrote:
Since it is a proven fact that Rush Limbaugh lies on just about everything he says, then why do you continue to follow him and hang on his every word? It's almost as if you guys will knowingly believe a liar, then to ever admit you were wrong. You even go as far as to imply if you want the REAL truth, then follow Rush Limbaugh. Never mind the fact that he is a proven liar. A fat, pill head, racist, liar does seem like a good vehicle of your "higher moral standards".
Is Limbaugh the one who promised 30+ times that if you like your health insurance you can keep it? Is Limbaugh the one who refused to prosecute the New Black Panthers for voter intimidation?

It's too bad he wasn't a member of the Choom Gang, then he would have had some credibility.

Sorry for interrupting your stupidity ... stick your head back up Obama's ass, and carry on as normal.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25834 Feb 21, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
I just love how you 'deeply religious' folks can claim to be so pure and at the same lie, point the finger the other way and shift all blame away from the crap they spew out.'The Man' don't approve of that at all.
I'm not a religious person, deeply or otherwise, as I stated when I was asked weeks ago. My motivations are political only, and what I believe is the most productive for a society ... specifically, what the govt should endorse. I believe our laws should be based on biblical morality, because those will produce the best results. So, any other qualities you clowns have assigned to me, have been of your own doing.
I also find it real odd(a lie) that any reputable insurance company has waited until the end of February to re-work your policies when the laws effective date was Jan. 1.
We received a letter in the fall saying that our policies met the ACA standards, so there was no need to rework them, dum-dum. The policies don't expire until spring.
It's also odd that you claim that the policy went up $200 a month. Everyone I talked to and heard talking in this part of the state almost crapped their pants too, when they found out that their premiums were $800 to $1000 cheaper a year.
I was relieved that the increase was only $200 more. I haven't heard of anyone's insurance going down. Maybe you're the one who's lying, poo-boy. Is your policy less now than it was?
Looks like someone that you would probably admire and look up to for his biblical values that you share so much might need some of your help...
He's just an old-time democrat who didn't get the memo that he was supposed to start pretending he likes blacks.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25835 Feb 21, 2014
To all of those Koch goons who got so excited like zoo animals because there was snow in the winter here in Ohio and to them, that proves all science is wrong...cut to them sitting by the window yesterday, when it was 50 something degrees outside in Ohio February. They slowly pull down the window blinds to block out the reality of climate change as a single tear rolls down their faces. They glance over to their framed picture of a shirtless Vladimir Putin, the "Conservative Hero" and tell themselves "It'll be alright, comrade."
Canton

Canton, OH

#25836 Feb 21, 2014
mutt wrote:
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Is Limbaugh the one who promised 30+ times that if you like your health insurance you can keep it? Is Limbaugh the one who refused to prosecute the New Black Panthers for voter intimidation?
It's too bad he wasn't a member of the Choom Gang, then he would have had some credibility.
Sorry for interrupting your stupidity ... stick your head back up Obama's ass, and carry on as normal.
Were we talking about Obama? I thought we were talking about that fat, pill popping liar mouth piece of everything you stand for, Rush Limbaugh. Funny how all you can do to challenge the facts that Rush is a proven liar, is to blurt out some more of your Tea Bagger emailed newsletter propaganda. Sorry for smashing your lame fantasies in the mouth with the cold hard facts again. One has to wonder how many times you have to be made to look like a complete moron in front of the whole forum before it finally sinks in that you just don't have what it takes to roll with the big boys. Get real used to it' lil' poochie. You are just a sniveling Tea Bagger loser who can't get over the fact that REAL Americans kicked your @ss all the way back to the bronze age, where you'll feel right at home. Stick to agreeing with your own posts, getting caught in lies and keeping us updated with obscure homosexual meanings to commonly used terms. You know...all that stuff that makes you VOID, not only as a man, but as an American in general.
Don't worry lil' trooper. When you lied about what Obamacare did to your health insurance costs, and we all know you are lying, Jesus wasn't watching because he's just a fairytale for people stupid enough to need to be told not to kill and eat people. Folks just like you. VOID lil' pooch pooch. Oh so very VOID.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25837 Feb 21, 2014
mutt wrote:
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I'm not a religious person, deeply or otherwise, as I stated when I was asked weeks ago. My motivations are political only, and what I believe is the most productive for a society ... specifically, what the govt should endorse. I believe our laws should be based on biblical morality, because those will produce the best results. So, any other qualities you clowns have assigned to me, have been of your own doing.
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We received a letter in the fall saying that our policies met the ACA standards, so there was no need to rework them, dum-dum. The policies don't expire until spring.
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I was relieved that the increase was only $200 more. I haven't heard of anyone's insurance going down. Maybe you're the one who's lying, poo-boy. Is your policy less now than it was?
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He's just an old-time democrat who didn't get the memo that he was supposed to start pretending he likes blacks.
I'm not a religious person, other than the fact that I think our country's laws should be based on the Bible. I think that creationism, oops I meant Intelligent Design should be forced upon children in public school science classes and I agree with all the Tea Baggers for Jesus garbage that folks like Michele Bachmann spew out of their ignorant mouths. I think clumps of cells are God's special little gifts of life and am against abortion and hate the idea of gays having equal rights in this country, even though neither of those things have anything to do with "conservatism" and are strictly a religious agenda. Like I said...I'm not that religious. Ahhh ha ha ha ha ha! No one blames you for being ashamed in what you believe in. You should be. Funny that you can't even tell the truth about what you base your moral decisions on. How very telling about what kind of a person you are. VOID.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#25838 Feb 21, 2014
mutt wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not a religious person, deeply or otherwise, as I stated when I was asked weeks ago. My motivations are political only, and what I believe is the most productive for a society ... specifically, what the govt should endorse. I believe our laws should be based on biblical morality, because those will produce the best results. So, any other qualities you clowns have assigned to me, have been of your own doing.
<quoted text>
We received a letter in the fall saying that our policies met the ACA standards, so there was no need to rework them, dum-dum. The policies don't expire until spring.
<quoted text>
I was relieved that the increase was only $200 more. I haven't heard of anyone's insurance going down. Maybe you're the one who's lying, poo-boy. Is your policy less now than it was?
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He's just an old-time democrat who didn't get the memo that he was supposed to start pretending he likes blacks.
See the pig-headed racist bust himself in yet another lie. "Our policies were ACA compliant". So that means Obama called your insurance company and told them to raise the rates. Man that guys good, surely the rates didn't raise in the name of profits and fool that gave you a job, also picked out the policy that you now claim to have to pay more for.
If you haven't talked to anybody whose rates have went down means that you're lying again or you don't leave your house. Not only did mine go down, I also got a rebate check from being gouged and overcharged. Forgot about that, didn't yee?

And as for the laws once again- Supreme Court Justice(hard right) Antoin Scalia quoted, "Religion is not a viable excuse to NOT FOLLOW the law. You can disagree but YOU CAN'T WAVE A BIBLE and expect government to bow before you".
So in other words stick it and quit yer cryin'.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#25839 Feb 21, 2014
mutt wrote:
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I'm not a religious person, deeply or otherwise, as I stated when I was asked weeks ago. My motivations are political only, and what I believe is the most productive for a society ... specifically, what the govt should endorse. I believe our laws should be based on biblical morality, because those will produce the best results.
How do you feel about Sharia law? Since you aren't a religious man, would any holy book do?

No, I didn't think so...

So, it's got to be based on the bible? All of it, or just the parts you choose?

Let's take a look at Exodus 22, because that chapter contains a list of rules to be followed:

Verse 18 says "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live." So, do you favor the death penalty for witchcraft?

How about verse 25: "If thou lend money to any of my people that is poor by thee, thou shalt not be to him as an usurer, neither shalt thou lay upon him usury." Do you believe a lender should not be allowed to charge interest?

Here's the one that will really test your convictions. Do you support verse 28? "Thou shalt not revile the gods, nor curse the ruler of thy people."

What should be the penalty be for those that curse Obama?

http://biblehub.com/kjv/exodus/22.htm
Reality Check

Lima, OH

#25844 Feb 21, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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No wonder liberals are known as the most lying people on the planet.
Says the truck driving weather expert who's been caught in one bold-faced lie after another...
Canton

Canton, OH

#25845 Feb 21, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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So tell us, who do you listen to or read? We can't wait to hear about him or her.
I like getting my news from fact checked and numerous sources online. Scientific American is one of my favorite reads. NPR. although Liberal doesn't blurt out constant propaganda and lies. Reuters is another pretty good site, although they sometimes lean to the left. It's why you don't see me linking to blatant propaganda sites. I mean, only a moron would be stupid enough to call Fox News or MSNBC factual. let alone all the propaganda mouths like proven racist Rush Limbaugh. Could you imagine how completely stupid a person would have to be to buy into propaganda garbage like Rush Limbaugh after they have already been proven to be liars? Anyway, back to you giving us direct links to the Koch Brother oil billionaire Heritage Foundation and calling it fact. Nice try little Rubber Ducky. You looooooooose said the ghost that haunts your 18 wheeled weather lab.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25846 Feb 21, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Yep, it was 50 degrees for how long? One night? And what is 50 degrees compared to our normal high of 37? Yep, that's only 13 degrees above normal. Now compare that to the weeks we had to deal with high temperatures 15, 20, 25 and 30 degrees below normal! And guess what, the 10 day forecast is predicting high temperatures in the teens and 20's with no end in sight.
Oh, but bow down to those Global Warming Gods like Al Gore, NASA and your phony 97% of scientists.
But hey! The good news is that there is a new God for you to embellish. Actually, it's an old God of sorts, but much more accurate on our "climate" than anybody you've sited so far. It's called the Farmers Almanac:
Report: Farmers’ Almanac more accurate than government climate scientists
By Michael Bastasch Published: February 21, 2014
http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/2014/02/...
Yes, snow in the winter is shocking. Strange how quiet you guys get about the climate when it's in the high 50's in February in Ohio. I wonder why? Go ahead and give us all a link to one of your totally unbiased sources that shows us how the majority of climate experts agree with you. We know...You're just a regular Joe, who loves all things about crude oil.(Insert Glenn Beck tears here) Speaking of, whatever happened to old Glenn Beck? Or Sarah Palin? Or Michele Bachmann? Strange how they all shamefully shuffled backwards off the stage of America, after being such a popular source for all your "facts".
Canton

Canton, OH

#25847 Feb 21, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Yep, it was 50 degrees for how long? One night? And what is 50 degrees compared to our normal high of 37? Yep, that's only 13 degrees above normal. Now compare that to the weeks we had to deal with high temperatures 15, 20, 25 and 30 degrees below normal! And guess what, the 10 day forecast is predicting high temperatures in the teens and 20's with no end in sight.
Oh, but bow down to those Global Warming Gods like Al Gore, NASA and your phony 97% of scientists.
But hey! The good news is that there is a new God for you to embellish. Actually, it's an old God of sorts, but much more accurate on our "climate" than anybody you've sited so far. It's called the Farmers Almanac:
Report: Farmers’ Almanac more accurate than government climate scientists
By Michael Bastasch Published: February 21, 2014
http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/2014/02/...
Yawn...30,000 record high temps in one year. Good thing the same climate scientists who accurately predicted the HOTTEST DECADE IN RECORDED HISTORY, also accurately predicted that our changing climate might bring cold spells. They nailed it..Again. You? Not so much, but hey, what does anyone expect from a truck driver telling us about global weather trends.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25848 Feb 21, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Yep, it was 50 degrees for how long? One night? And what is 50 degrees compared to our normal high of 37? Yep, that's only 13 degrees above normal. Now compare that to the weeks we had to deal with high temperatures 15, 20, 25 and 30 degrees below normal! And guess what, the 10 day forecast is predicting high temperatures in the teens and 20's with no end in sight.
Oh, but bow down to those Global Warming Gods like Al Gore, NASA and your phony 97% of scientists.
But hey! The good news is that there is a new God for you to embellish. Actually, it's an old God of sorts, but much more accurate on our "climate" than anybody you've sited so far. It's called the Farmers Almanac:
Report: Farmers’ Almanac more accurate than government climate scientists
By Michael Bastasch Published: February 21, 2014
http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/2014/02/...
Is that what the Daily Caller told you? They have been called the Huffington Post of Conservatism. Good, now I can post anything I want from the Huffington Post and it should be viewed just as valid as anything from the Daily Caller. Also, here's some more about the Daily Caller. Ooopsie...some one has been busted telling lies more than once.

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

Now show us a reputable and fact checked scientific report that backs up your claims....Cue the crickets. Speaking of, saw a fly sitting on the roof of my car yesterday. He must not have read your factual reports from the oil companies that say our climate isn't changing. Oh those kookie old Ohio February snow flies. Always so pesky.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#25853 Feb 22, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
Uh-oh liberals. It looks like your goose may be cooked next election here in our state:
Kasich to sign restrictive Ohio voting bills
02/21/14 12:53 PM—UPDATED 02/21/14 01:23 PM
Gov. John Kasich of Ohio plans to sign a pair of restrictive voting bills passed this week by GOP lawmakers, a spokesman for the Republican governor confirmed to msnbc.
“He will sign them both, possibly later today,” said Rob Nichols in an email Friday morning.
The news takes the steam out of an effort by a coalition of voting-rights groups to pressure Kasich to veto the bills. It means opponents of the measures will have to rely on a potential legal challenge, whose prospects are uncertain. If left in place, the twin bills could have a real impact on turnout this fall and in 2016, especially among minorities.
At issue are two GOP-backed voting bills passed by the state legislature Wednesday night. One would cut six days from the state’s early voting period. Those six days are the so-called “Golden Week,” when Ohioans can register and vote on the same day—among the most effective ways of bringing new voters into the process. The other would make it far harder for voters to receive absentee ballots, and make it easier to reject absentee ballots if they’re missing certain information.
The bills’ impact on turnout, especially among minorities, could be significant. In 2012, 59,000 Ohioans voted during the Golden Week that’s being eliminated. Studies show blacks are far likelier than whites to use early voting and same-day registration.
http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/ohio-kasich-sign-r...
I love it!
I'm not sure I understand, why would you love the idea that fewer people could be able to vote? Unless there are hidden benefits to this legislation not detailed here? I would appreciate it you could explain it a bit further.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#25855 Feb 22, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Certainly. In my opinion, we in Ohio opened the door to voter fraud with mail in voting and this same day registration. Eliminating these two practices would reduce the possibility of voter fraud in our state.
Voting is not that difficult. You go to the polls, wait in line, and then cast your ballot. How could it be any simpler? And of course, we have always had provisions for people that absolutely could not make it to the polls.
While I am a partisan voter, I want to see fair elections and fair outcomes. I think voting is a serious thing and it should take some effort to do so. As I see it, the problem in our country is we have way too many people voting that don't know a thing about the candidates or a thing about the issues. Making it more convenient for these people to vote only does harm to our election process.
If it were up to me, only taxpayers would be allowed to vote. You would have to take a short and simple test before being able to cast your ballot. Nothing too hard, just some basic questions that any voter should be able to answer like who is our Vice President, what party does he represent? Who holds leadership of Congress and Senate? Things like that.
Could you talk a bit more about this voter fraud? What are the member and how did they change through early voting?

It seems rather strange that a man of modest means and level of education should be interested in steps for voting based on income and linked to educational attainment. Would you be equally comfortable limiting voting which would exclude your vote (income levels above your station or a testing requiring a higher level of knowledge than you currently possess?) or would you place the bar firmly at your access to the vote?

Do you feel that past means based testing to vote had been successful? Can you talk a bit about this. If not, could you talk why about how your proposed means based test would avoid similar pitfalls?
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#25856 Feb 22, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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And yet, you can't name a one.
Bump
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#25857 Feb 22, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Certainly. In my opinion, we in Ohio opened the door to voter fraud with mail in voting and this same day registration. Eliminating these two practices would reduce the possibility of voter fraud in our state.
Voting is not that difficult. You go to the polls, wait in line, and then cast your ballot. How could it be any simpler? And of course, we have always had provisions for people that absolutely could not make it to the polls.
While I am a partisan voter, I want to see fair elections and fair outcomes. I think voting is a serious thing and it should take some effort to do so. As I see it, the problem in our country is we have way too many people voting that don't know a thing about the candidates or a thing about the issues. Making it more convenient for these people to vote only does harm to our election process.
If it were up to me, only taxpayers would be allowed to vote. You would have to take a short and simple test before being able to cast your ballot. Nothing too hard, just some basic questions that any voter should be able to answer like who is our Vice President, what party does he represent? Who holds leadership of Congress and Senate? Things like that.
"While I am a partisan voter" That's a bald faced lie.
woo-boy

Van Wert, OH

#25858 Feb 22, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>"While I am a partisan voter" That's a bald faced lie.
Oops, brain cramp, not enough coffee yet.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#25860 Feb 22, 2014
tranpsosition wrote:
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Could you talk a bit more about this voter fraud? What are the member and how did they change through early voting?
It seems rather strange that a man of modest means and level of education should be interested in steps for voting based on income and linked to educational attainment. Would you be equally comfortable limiting voting which would exclude your vote (income levels above your station or a testing requiring a higher level of knowledge than you currently possess?) or would you place the bar firmly at your access to the vote?
Do you feel that past means based testing to vote had been successful? Can you talk a bit about this. If not, could you talk why about how your proposed means based test would avoid similar pitfalls?
Sorry, I had intended to ask about the numbers related to voter fraud, not the members. I'm not really cut out for this touch screen business.

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