Who do you support for Governor in Oh...
Patriot

Savannah, GA

#23542 Dec 30, 2013
wish I had a job wrote:
We can either have jobs here or they can go to other countries.
George H. Bush said, "The American Worker can compete with any worker in the world on a level playing field."

I thought, "Who Wants to be on a level playing field with a Chinese worker who makes 2 U.S. Dollars a Day?"

"Who wants to be on a level playing field with a Mexican Worker who makes $40.00 a week?

Germany has a high standard of living, German Social Security, and German National Health Insurance. The Germans are NOT talking about getting on a level playing field with the 3rd world... ONLY Us, Why US?????? GREED.... in one single word, Greed!

Since: Aug 12

United States

#23543 Dec 30, 2013
Say Goodbye jobs and hello poverty.
Angela Merkle

United States

#23544 Dec 30, 2013
Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>
George H. Bush said, "The American Worker can compete with any worker in the world on a level playing field."
I thought, "Who Wants to be on a level playing field with a Chinese worker who makes 2 U.S. Dollars a Day?"
"Who wants to be on a level playing field with a Mexican Worker who makes $40.00 a week?
Germany has a high standard of living, German Social Security, and German National Health Insurance. The Germans are NOT talking about getting on a level playing field with the 3rd world... ONLY Us, Why US?????? GREED.... in one single word, Greed!
Come on over to Germany then. Sure we'll share the wealth...... Manassas Haaaaaa Hahaha haaaa
Canton

Canton, OH

#23545 Dec 30, 2013
Not all of our wives can make "six figures" filing papers. Envy? Not in a million years. I would gladly be poor a thousand times over than to ever stoop to the inbred hillbilly level you cow sh1t smelling hasbeens are. The nation has left you behind and I got to watch it all happen and narrate it to you as you wallowed in denial. You guys have been nothing short of EXPOSED, dragged into the light for all of America to see what conniving, corporate fetch boy, idiots you Tea Baggers really are. The only thing that got loons guys as far as you did was a greedy bunch of super wealthy people buying elections and convincing you morons that somehow there's room in Big Daddy Koch's house and hat 1% includes you. Like I said before, when the west is a complete desert and the lakes dry up and we're getting about 2 tornadoes a month, you Jesus oil cult toddler gropers can always play your "It's God's punishment on the gays" card to cover your tracks on the climate change denial thing.
Patriot

Savannah, GA

#23546 Dec 30, 2013
HMMmmmmm... Ontario, Canada--Canadian National Health Care, OMG!!! Socialism!!!!!!! Socialized Medicine!!!! OMG!

OMG! These Poor Canadians Have to Pay from $60.00 a Year to $900.00 a Year for Health Insurance with NO Deductibles, and NO Co-Payments.... Canadians Go to ANY Doctor they wish to go to....

Oh Dear.... they don't even have HMO's and PPO's telling them which Doctors they can and cannot see... They don't even get to wait for service unless it is for an Elective Surgery or they are trying to see a Popular Doctor who is not taking new patients..

Zounds,,,No wonder the Republicans told us it was awful.... Good old Republicans saved us from a fate worse than death,,,,,

Funding [edit]

While Ontario receives transfer payments from the federal government of Canada to partially fund health care, OHIP is also supported by general provincial tax revenues and premiums (taxes) paid by employers and individuals. Employers are charged a payroll health care tax (with an exemption for small businesses) and residents of the province pay a health premium (introduced in 2004) as part of their income taxes.
The Ontario Health Premium (OHP) is a component of Ontario's Personal Income Tax system. The OHP is based on taxable income for a taxation year. As of May 2010, an Ontario resident with taxable income (i.e. income after subtracting allowable deductions) of $21,000 pays $60 per year. With taxable income of $22,000, the premium doubles to $120; with taxable income of $23,000, the premium is $180; with taxable income of $24,000, the premium is $240. The premium increases at a decreasing rate thereafter for taxable incomes up to $200,600, at which point the maximum premium of $900 is reached.[1]

Since: Dec 13

Medina, OH

#23547 Dec 30, 2013
Canton wrote:
Not all of our wives can make "six figures" filing papers. Envy? Not in a million years. I would gladly be poor a thousand times over than to ever stoop to the inbred hillbilly level you cow sh1t smelling hasbeens are. The nation has left you behind and I got to watch it all happen and narrate it to you as you wallowed in denial. You guys have been nothing short of EXPOSED, dragged into the light for all of America to see what conniving, corporate fetch boy, idiots you Tea Baggers really are. The only thing that got loons guys as far as you did was a greedy bunch of super wealthy people buying elections and convincing you morons that somehow there's room in Big Daddy Koch's house and hat 1% includes you. Like I said before, when the west is a complete desert and the lakes dry up and we're getting about 2 tornadoes a month, you Jesus oil cult toddler gropers can always play your "It's God's punishment on the gays" card to cover your tracks on the climate change denial thing.
LSD....Dude, stop doing acid....please......
Patriot

Savannah, GA

#23548 Dec 30, 2013
YouRepublicans should have known I was getting ready to slam the outhouse door shut right on your toes....

Now I know ALL of you remember those Republican TV Ads telling us that the Canadians just Hate their National Health Care... OMG.. awful, you don't want that.
Now here are Millions of Canadians Electing the "Father of Canadian National Health Care," the "Greatest Canadian" Ever... Now, if appears to me those Republican Scalawag Buttholes LIED Like a Hound Dog on a False Trail.. That Circus Feller, P.T. Barnum said, "You can Fool some of the people all of the time, but, you can't fool All of the People All of the time."
Is it possible?? Can ALL Republicans be Used Car Salesmen????

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Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#23549 Dec 30, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Say Goodbye jobs and hello poverty.
after what Ohio Sherrod Brown and the other Democrats are supporting they will.

Sherrod Brown lends support to group that wants better Social Security benefits

http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2013/...

Since: Dec 13

Medina, OH

#23550 Dec 30, 2013
Patriot wrote:
YouRepublicans should have known I was getting ready to slam the outhouse door shut right on your toes....
Now I know ALL of you remember those Republican TV Ads telling us that the Canadians just Hate their National Health Care... OMG.. awful, you don't want that.
Now here are Millions of Canadians Electing the "Father of Canadian National Health Care," the "Greatest Canadian" Ever... Now, if appears to me those Republican Scalawag Buttholes LIED Like a Hound Dog on a False Trail.. That Circus Feller, P.T. Barnum said, "You can Fool some of the people all of the time, but, you can't fool All of the People All of the time."
Is it possible?? Can ALL Republicans be Used Car Salesmen????
And the Greatest Canadian of all time is...- CBC
www.cbc.ca/.../arts.../and-the-greatest-canad... ...- Similar to And the Greatest Canadian of all time is...- CBC
Canadians from coast to coast were asked to vote for their greatest ... Tommy Douglas, known as the father of medicare as The Greatest Canadian of all time.
TOMMY DOUGLAS VOTED 'GREATEST CANADIAN'- Government ...
www.gov.sk.ca ›...› News Releases › November 2004
- Similar to TOMMY DOUGLAS VOTED 'GREATEST CANADIAN'- Government ...
Nov 30, 2004 ... Amidst a who's who list of Canadian activists, doctors and scientists, heroes, and political leaders, Thomas Clement Douglas was honoured as ...
Douglas-Coldwell Foundation - Tommy Douglas - T.C. Douglas ...
www.dcf.ca/en/tommy_douglas.htm - Similar to Douglas-Coldwell Foundation - Tommy Douglas - T.C. Douglas ...
Tommy Douglas - Thomas Clement Douglas - T.C. Douglas - Biography.... his death, Tommy Douglas was voted “The Greatest Canadian” in a national CBC ...
Tommy Douglas - Tourism Saskatchewan
www.tourismsaskatchewan.com › Home › About Saskatchewan › Personalities
Tommy Douglas In 2004, nearly twenty years after his death, Tommy Douglas was voted “The Greatest Canadian” in a national CBC Television contest. Among ...
Tommy Douglas: The Father of Medicare « Canadian Health Coalition
healthcoalition.ca/main/.../to mmy-douglas-the-father-of-medi car...- Similar to Tommy Douglas: The Father of Medicare « Canadian Health Coalition
The choice we make today will decide the future of Medicare in Canada.... Once voted the greatest Canadian of all time, Tommy Douglas was a prairie politician ...
Tommy Douglas:'Greatest Canadian' Brought Universal ...
www.altergroup.com/.../tommy-douglas-greatest... -...- Similar to Tommy Douglas:'Greatest Canadian' Brought Universal ...
Aug 20, 2009 ... Tommy Douglas:'Greatest Canadian' Brought Universal Healthcare to His ... Douglas, who died of cancer in 1986, was voted “The Greatest ...
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theordinarypolitical.wordpress.com/.../tommy-... ...- Similar to Tommy Douglas: The Greatest Canadian… EVER!| The Ordinary ...
Jan 10, 2011 ... Tommy Douglas: The Greatest Canadian… EVER! Jan 10 ... The final vote was conducted and the winner was… Tommy Douglas. Huh?
LOL

Dude.......... time for you to move your trailer to CANADA.....easy huh?
Patriot

Savannah, GA

#23551 Dec 30, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>after what Ohio Sherrod Brown and the other Democrats are supporting they will.
Sherrod Brown lends support to group that wants better Social Security benefits
http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2013/...
Olde Timey Republicans Knew something that you Stingy, Greedy Modern day Republicans Don't Know.
When the "Great Depression" hit in October of 1929, working folks ran out of money overnight.
The Poor Folks didn't have Any Money to spend in the Rich Republican's stores. So, Just like a house of cards, the Republican's stores went under, one after another until the only thing left was grocery stores, and they weren't selling much.
Along comes Roosevelt with the "New Deal." At First the Republicans said NO to Unemployment and Social Security. The New Dealers pointed out that the Poor Folks could NOT hoard money, they Have to spend it for necessities, and the money circulates all through the economy.
That made sense to the Republicans and they went along with it.

It still holds true to this day, give a poor man a dollar, and he Has To spend it. Cut him off and the economy stagnates hurting the Republican Businessmen.
Unemployment Insurance keeps the economy chugging along through economic downturns.
Super Rich Folks in the Depression had Plenty of money, but, they wouldn't spend it until they saw the economy turning around......You can give the Rich Folks Trillions of Dollars in Tax Cuts and they will Hoard it, which does not help a staggering economy.

Since: Aug 12

United States

#23552 Dec 30, 2013
You're an idiot..... They gonna HOARD it are they???? Under their pillow????

Trust me they'll have their money hard at work producing something somewhere...... might not be in this country but if a buck can't be made in this country do ya really blame em for investing where they can make a buck????

Stop incentivizing them from going overseas dumbasses.
Le-Le

Akron, OH

#23553 Dec 30, 2013
governor Strickland not Fitzgerald not worth mentioning no on this Ballot!
Listen to me

United States

#23554 Dec 31, 2013
Ted nugent/Michigan/Texas

Since: Aug 12

United States

#23556 Dec 31, 2013
Great point. Makes me think of Obama moving the field goals at least once or twice a week on this dumbass obama care.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#23557 Dec 31, 2013
Patriot wrote:
<quoted text>
Olde Timey Republicans Knew something that you Stingy, Greedy Modern day Republicans Don't Know.
When the "Great Depression" hit in October of 1929, working folks ran out of money overnight.
The Poor Folks didn't have Any Money to spend in the Rich Republican's stores. So, Just like a house of cards, the Republican's stores went under, one after another until the only thing left was grocery stores, and they weren't selling much.
Along comes Roosevelt with the "New Deal." At First the Republicans said NO to Unemployment and Social Security. The New Dealers pointed out that the Poor Folks could NOT hoard money, they Have to spend it for necessities, and the money circulates all through the economy.
That made sense to the Republicans and they went along with it.
It still holds true to this day, give a poor man a dollar, and he Has To spend it. Cut him off and the economy stagnates hurting the Republican Businessmen.
Unemployment Insurance keeps the economy chugging along through economic downturns.
Super Rich Folks in the Depression had Plenty of money, but, they wouldn't spend it until they saw the economy turning around......You can give the Rich Folks Trillions of Dollars in Tax Cuts and they will Hoard it, which does not help a staggering economy.
Just for your information I am a Democrat not a modern day Liberal Demcrat which are nothing but Bigots.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#23558 Dec 31, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Great point. Makes me think of Obama moving the field goals at least once or twice a week on this dumbass obama care.
That is the purpose of Obamacare so Obama could move the field goals by at least once or twice a week using his executive order authority especially with Healthcare.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#23559 Jan 1, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Just for your information I am a Democrat ...
When's the last time you voted for the Democratic presidential candidate?

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#23560 Jan 1, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
When's the last time you voted for the Democratic presidential candidate?
last election because I had no choice and I sure didnt want see that Massachusetts Utlra Liberal Mitt Romney that Liberals came out and voted for to get elected and I figured as long as congress is divided we have nothing to worry about.
d pantz

United States

#23561 Jan 1, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
When's the last time you voted for the Democratic presidential candidate?
here a way better question: when is the last time that party put up a candidate worthy of being called a human being, let alone a "democratic presidential candidate"...btw please save the reply full of hatred for republicans, I know.
UrFreeRideIzOver

Canton, OH

#23563 Jan 1, 2014
UdintBuildThat wrote:
<quoted text>
Say it with me Canton..... WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!
ROFLMAO
Just reach out your fat little trust fund baby hands, and tell your parents "Gimme gimme". You wouldn't last a week in the real working man's world, so say it..."Gimme".

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