OH Sen. Portman talks of defense cuts...

OH Sen. Portman talks of defense cuts with base

There are 6 comments on the WFMJ-TV Youngstown story from Feb 25, 2013, titled OH Sen. Portman talks of defense cuts with base. In it, WFMJ-TV Youngstown reports that:

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Pam

Plain City, OH

#1 Feb 26, 2013
These are not cuts, only spending less money than planned. The federal government is out of control, providing health care benefits and social security payments to illegal aliens while the elderly eat dog food. This is a sick sad country under Obama.
hey now now

Columbus, OH

#2 Feb 26, 2013
Ol Portman here is too afraid to look into all of obama's dodgy social security numbers and is unwilling tpo ask if Brennan is blackmailing the stain.
off the rails

Middletown, OH

#3 Feb 27, 2013
I'm just waiting for the meltdown. It's the only event strong enough avert the voters gaze from uncle sugar's piper. Dow was up 180 points today. Gas is $4 a gallon. Economy sucks and has four more years of suckiness to look forward too. We have a historic debt we can never pay. Only question, is when will the ponzi be recognized. Clearly, something very basic is wrong. Woop it up wall st.....these folks are sukin each others noodle.
"CBS this morning" ran a "Obama suck up piece" today. The plight of the national Zoo's that will be devestated by sequester cuts. The tiger needs a sonogram ya know. No discussion of the REASON for sequester.....or why. Just piling on for dear leader.
now hey now

Columbus, OH

#4 Feb 27, 2013
off the rails wrote:
I'm just waiting for the meltdown. It's the only event strong enough avert the voters gaze from uncle sugar's piper. Dow was up 180 points today. Gas is $4 a gallon. Economy sucks and has four more years of suckiness to look forward too. We have a historic debt we can never pay. Only question, is when will the ponzi be recognized. Clearly, something very basic is wrong. Woop it up wall st.....these folks are sukin each others noodle.
"CBS this morning" ran a "Obama suck up piece" today. The plight of the national Zoo's that will be devestated by sequester cuts. The tiger needs a sonogram ya know. No discussion of the REASON for sequester.....or why. Just piling on for dear leader.
Long time Wall Street wheels are privately saying that the market has decoupled from economic fundamentals and instead is rallying on the number of dead knigg-hers gunned down by fellow black gang bangers each week in Chicongo.
now hey now

Columbus, OH

#6 Feb 27, 2013
You cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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That is a derivative I would sell.
Careful there. You would not want to have PUT to you the purchase of a street full of dead knigg-hers. Nor would you want to take possession of a street full of dead knigg-hers since they would not increase in value. Besides, every transfer payment that is confiscated from you via taxes is in fact a call option making you long knigg-hers.

Since: Dec 11

Middletown, OH

#7 Feb 27, 2013
The roaring 10's, hope for dopes with no rope.

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