woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#27710 Apr 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
If I worked for my family, I would probably be much further ahead in life.
You lefties are confused by responsible people. You just don't get us. I worked for and secured a career. I found a job with the proper benefits I needed such as healthcare coverage. See, these are responsible things that a person does.
Then along comes Hussein and the Socialists that made our efforts moot. DumBama and the Democrats don't like responsible people. They rely on government dependents to stay in power. After all, if every American was a responsible person, then who would need Democrats for anything?
Since Democrats rely on irresponsible government dependent people, how could they expand their power base? Then they figured it out, make more people less responsible and more dependent on the federal government. But how? I mean, how could they do that without looking bad? Simple, bull ship the people.
So they come out with this nefarious plan to make more people dependent on government under the guise they are actually trying to help them. The expansion of food stamps, government phones, Medicaid, SS disability, unemployment benefits, and the king of them all, Commie Care.
It worked too. How else can anybody explain the reelection of such a failed President? You can't. What you can explain however is the expansion of government dependents and his reelection success. We have more government dependents now than we've ever had.
You drive a local delivery box van. The rest of your kool-aid crybaby crap is just the usual idiot that you are. Mental Health Care is included in the new insurance policies.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#27711 Apr 11, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>You drive a local delivery box van. The rest of your kool-aid crybaby crap is just the usual idiot that you are. Mental Health Care is included in the new insurance policies.
It's too bad you can't take advantage of those mental healthcare benefits. There is no cure for liberalism; no such thing as a "logic" pill or logic treatment. You're either born with common sense or you're a liberal.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#27712 Apr 11, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> Even IF Obama was not lying,(lets allow him that) has he EVER said "OOPS! I was mistaken & now I'll see what we (I) can do about that." OR "I just learned that you may lose your doctor & was mistaken when I said so, so I'll see that that doesn't happen...period!" No to BOTH.
He is clearly a; the ends justifies the means, sort of person.
It isn't his fault, someone else did that! lol
That's what makes him the most amazing President of all time, nothing is ever his fault.

Benghazi is not his fault, Fast and Furious is not his fault, the murder of Seal Team Six was not his fault, the economy is not his fault, record debt is not his fault, shutting down the government was not his fault, the sequester was not his fault, record number of government dependents is not his fault, record poverty in America is not his fault, lower median income is not his fault, being lowered to a two-star credit rating for the first time in history is not his fault, the Boston bombing was not his fault, Ft. Hood was not his fault (both times), nothing is ever his fault.

Now if you disagree, I dare you to find one President in the last century that had so many things going wrong with the country that wasn't his fault.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#27713 Apr 11, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
IThere is no cure for liberalism; no such thing as a "logic" pill or logic treatment. You're either born with common sense or you're a liberal.
So, just as you felt that folks should not mock you because of diabetes (because it can be genetically predetermined), now you say that "liberals are born that way"...

There goes your favorite whipping boy.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#27714 Apr 12, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
It's too bad you can't take advantage of those mental healthcare benefits. There is no cure for liberalism; no such thing as a "logic" pill or logic treatment. You're either born with common sense or you're a liberal.
And so say's the fool who's logic comes from the Jerry Springer's of news sources.
Wise Old Owl

Cincinnati, OH

#27715 Apr 12, 2014
Apparently you people think the constitution belongs to you.

Read Article 6 of the Constitution. Did you sign and make an oath? If not then the constitution does not apply to you.

Also any laws that are passed in Washington D.C. do not apply to you. D.C. laws only apply to D.C. a ten mile square and the territories they own. If you read the "Organic Laws" they will tell you what the Government can and can't do.

There has never been a legal President. You have been fooled for over 226 years. The Congressmen are also not legal.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#27716 Apr 12, 2014
Wise Old Owl wrote:
Apparently you people think the constitution belongs to you.
Read Article 6 of the Constitution. Did you sign and make an oath? If not then the constitution does not apply to you.
Also any laws that are passed in Washington D.C. do not apply to you. D.C. laws only apply to D.C. a ten mile square and the territories they own. If you read the "Organic Laws" they will tell you what the Government can and can't do.
There has never been a legal President. You have been fooled for over 226 years. The Congressmen are also not legal.
I have to hear your explaination for your post. please go ahead
Wise Old Owl

Cincinnati, OH

#27717 Apr 12, 2014
Those of you who put the light bulb and the peanut on the post above have a lot t learn. You two went to the School of Fools just like everyone else did, except it appears some of the people have learned except you two. Get an education and read "the Organic Laws" and you will soon change your mind. Read where lawyers can practice their skills. It is only on Federal property, and there must be an injured party. There is more but it will be a start for you to learn.

You can't believe the Government or a Judge or a lawyer because the all lie.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#27718 Apr 12, 2014
Wise Old Owl wrote:
Those of you who put the light bulb and the peanut on the post above have a lot t learn. You two went to the School of Fools just like everyone else did, except it appears some of the people have learned except you two. Get an education and read "the Organic Laws" and you will soon change your mind. Read where lawyers can practice their skills. It is only on Federal property, and there must be an injured party. There is more but it will be a start for you to learn.
You can't believe the Government or a Judge or a lawyer because the all lie.
Personally, I did NOT judge your post at all but I am ready to judge your character from the aggressive insults in your post.
Instead of having a teachers mindset you show a badgers attitude....meanness.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#27719 Apr 12, 2014
Since you are not such a wise old owl, I might add some posters give negative 'judgements' just to get someones goat.They don't really care about someones message. It's their form of entertainment.
I was curious & checked Article 6, Amendment 6 & Googled organic laws for my satisfaction. After doing that & evaluating your attitude, I now care little about what you post either. But I have not given your post negative 'judgements' icons. I'll tell you straight up.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#27720 Apr 12, 2014
Wise Old Owl wrote:
Get an education and read "the Organic Laws" and you will soon change your mind.
In the U.S., the "organic laws" consist of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution.

That's a lot of text. To which parts are you specifically referring?
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#27721 Apr 12, 2014
Oh, and the Northwest Ordinance, too.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#27722 Apr 12, 2014
Wise Old Owl wrote:
Those of you who put the light bulb and the peanut on the post above have a lot t learn. You two went to the School of Fools just like everyone else did, except it appears some of the people have learned except you two. Get an education and read "the Organic Laws" and you will soon change your mind. Read where lawyers can practice their skills. It is only on Federal property, and there must be an injured party. There is more but it will be a start for you to learn.
.
See how my 2 posts that followed yours were 'judged'. Some people just want a reaction that entertains them. Don't fall for it.
Canton

Canton, OH

#27723 Apr 12, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Well thank you Canton, I appreciate it.
I've heard good and bad about those smokeless cigarettes. I too have many friends that smoke and several of them tried E-cigs. They all went back to smoking.
From what I understand, it doesn't totally satisfy the urge to smoke, maybe make the edges a little less sharp.
I was just talking about those with a guy that unloads my truck. He quit smoking last July and couldn't take it anymore, so he started smoking again last month when his wife went to the hospital. He said he read a story about a famous musician in the rock world and he was on e-cigareets for a while. He got sick and went to his doctor. His doctor recommended that he take up smoking again. This guy was inhaling enough of those e-cigs equivalent to ten packs of cigarettes a day. When he couldn't get satisfied, he just kept inhaling more and more of those e-cigs.
Every year I see my specialist and every year I ask if there is any new breakthrough in regards to quitting cigarettes. He always tells me that there is no magic pill. When they make one he says, I'll be the first to call you. He hates the fact that I smoke, but don't all doctors?
You can buy different levels of nicotine with them. My friend tried 3 other brands including the blu e-smokes you see at the gas station and none of them cut it for him. He looked into it and came up with the Halo with the tank on it so you can see how much is in it and he hasn't smoked since. He claims it totally replaces smoking for him and he has no urge to smoke. He also claims he has alot more energy and can breath alot better. I think the one he uses is called the Halo Triton. Keep in mind that it isn't the nicotine in cigarettes that hurts you. The doctors that contributed to the article in Popular Science claim the e-smokes are much safer.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#27724 Apr 12, 2014
Wise Old Owl wrote:
Apparently you people think the constitution belongs to you.
Read Article 6 of the Constitution. Did you sign and make an oath? If not then the constitution does not apply to you.
Also any laws that are passed in Washington D.C. do not apply to you. D.C. laws only apply to D.C. a ten mile square and the territories they own. If you read the "Organic Laws" they will tell you what the Government can and can't do.
There has never been a legal President. You have been fooled for over 226 years. The Congressmen are also not legal.
You are batty.

woof
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#27725 Apr 12, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
You can buy different levels of nicotine with them. My friend tried 3 other brands including the blu e-smokes you see at the gas station and none of them cut it for him. He looked into it and came up with the Halo with the tank on it so you can see how much is in it and he hasn't smoked since. He claims it totally replaces smoking for him and he has no urge to smoke. He also claims he has alot more energy and can breath alot better. I think the one he uses is called the Halo Triton. Keep in mind that it isn't the nicotine in cigarettes that hurts you. The doctors that contributed to the article in Popular Science claim the e-smokes are much safer.
That would require him listening to someone who knows more about a subject than he does and acknowledging their expertise. Give up.
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#27726 Apr 12, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text>See how my 2 posts that followed yours were 'judged'. Some people just want a reaction that entertains them. Don't fall for it.
Once again....same thing. making 'judgements' for a entertaining reaction
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#27727 Apr 12, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
You can buy different levels of nicotine with them. My friend tried 3 other brands including the blu e-smokes you see at the gas station and none of them cut it for him. He looked into it and came up with the Halo with the tank on it so you can see how much is in it and he hasn't smoked since. He claims it totally replaces smoking for him and he has no urge to smoke. He also claims he has alot more energy and can breath alot better. I think the one he uses is called the Halo Triton. Keep in mind that it isn't the nicotine in cigarettes that hurts you. The doctors that contributed to the article in Popular Science claim the e-smokes are much safer.
I guess I can give it some consideration. Again, I appreciate your concern here. I'm 54 years old and I started smoking at the age of 12. The longer you smoke the more difficult it is to quit. I guess some people can never quit.

I think I brought this up before, but my next door neighbor died of lung cancer a few months ago. Her boyfriend bought the house and you would think after all he's going through, he would quit smoking. He smokes more than ever now.

I say good for your friend, but remember one thing, and that is quitting something is easy, maintaining that status is the difficult part. I've known people that quit smoking anywhere from a few months all the way to ten years, and they started all over again.

Whether it's cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating, deliberately putting yourself in discomfort is not an easy thing. Living in discomfort is even worse.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#27728 Apr 12, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> Once again....same thing. making 'judgements' for a entertaining reaction
What I said was true.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#27729 Apr 12, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess I can give it some consideration. Again, I appreciate your concern here. I'm 54 years old and I started smoking at the age of 12. The longer you smoke the more difficult it is to quit. I guess some people can never quit.
I think I brought this up before, but my next door neighbor died of lung cancer a few months ago. Her boyfriend bought the house and you would think after all he's going through, he would quit smoking. He smokes more than ever now.
I say good for your friend, but remember one thing, and that is quitting something is easy, maintaining that status is the difficult part. I've known people that quit smoking anywhere from a few months all the way to ten years, and they started all over again.
Whether it's cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating, deliberately putting yourself in discomfort is not an easy thing. Living in discomfort is even worse.
Stop being a victim. 9 million posts and never once has anything in your life been your responsibility. Was Obama president when your 12 year old delinquent self started smoking?

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