Are you in favor of a ban on assault style rifles?

Created by American Patriot on Jan 12, 2013

364 votes

Click on an option to vote

Yes

No

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#703 Jan 21, 2013
Zero wrote:
<quoted text>
The term "Zero" applies to Obama, who is going to drive the value of the dollar to zero, while pushing ever higher levels of debt.
No, Zero is the poster who is forced to change names every couple of months. Zero is the sum total of his life's accomplishments. Zero is the sum total of family he pays attention to. And Zero is right on the money when it comes to substance he adds to any discussion.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#705 Jan 21, 2013
Civil wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a load of crap, you have been on a juvenile name calling campaign for the past few weeks.
Though by the standards of this forum, where posters have been threatened with legal action and release of personal info for posting right-wing opinions, it is "civil"...
And you've been the same jacka$$ with several different names.

No courage, no testes. Just a bunch of wild, bs claims that threaten your status quo.

What was that Judas Priest song that you should have memorized, oh 'Suicide Solution' You've no reason to live as we'll never be the totalitarian government you envision.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#704 Jan 21, 2013
Kosmik wrote:
<quoted text>
Just like hey now is fixated on fisting and his inability to get the santorum off his sheets and undies, you are fixated on an act you've most likely thrown your back out trying to preform.
One who posts the same thing over and again is quite insecure as they thought they were posting brilliance and the rest of the thread contributors just let the crickets chirp.
Say it as often as you like, it's just projection on your part. Your skull is deeply lodged within your anus, to quote Bob Dylan, "don't you understand that's not my problem'
And back to guns, here's my take as sung by Pigpen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =anseT2TlLS4XX
It appears the forum is not "letting the crickets chirp" for you.
They think you're f'n clueless, nuts and wrong.
And I wholeheartedly agree.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#706 Jan 21, 2013
Low information voter wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/chillicothe-o...
Notice that big glaring headline at the top, you don't see that in Columbus, where we have mature posters who argue about fiscal issues and problems of the underclass population, in that forum, the underclass are the posters!
Um, I'm merely utilizing the tactics of Zero and his band of bullies.

No more, no less.

If you're a Zero fan, sorry, he's just a turd who needs flushed.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#707 Jan 21, 2013
Filth wrote:
<quoted text>
You is it
I wouldn't claim that. I would go as far to say you're not it, despite your delusions.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#708 Jan 21, 2013
Murphys law wrote:
<quoted text>
The left wing base shoots sideways. They will not win in a war.
Higher income libs are largely hoplophobic sissies, they will be easily put up against the wall.
false assumptions have cost the GOP two presidential elections,

You're doubling down on losing a third one.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#709 Jan 21, 2013
Murphys law wrote:
<quoted text>
The left wing base shoots sideways. They will not win in a war.
Higher income libs are largely hoplophobic sissies, they will be easily put up against the wall.
it's the apolitical ruralists that no one can really count on. They hate Obama but despise Congress that much more.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#711 Jan 21, 2013
Murphys law wrote:
<quoted text>
Right...
You are pissed because some people don't like porn, arguably one of the lamer things to be mad over.
Last time I checked, 7-11 never went out of business.
And you think the fatass who slobbers all over Obama, and gave the unions control of hurricane rebuilding contracts, is the best candidate.
http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/01/20/gov-ch...
The entrapment defense rarely works, I'm sure your fellow "libertarian" Enzyte Bob, will admit that.
Yet you voted for a pro-abortion guy who only wanted to feed the rich.

What morals and standards you must have.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#712 Jan 21, 2013
Murphys law wrote:
<quoted text>
When has the right run on "amnesty, abortion, acid"
I believe that was the 1972 Democratic campaign.
No GOP candidate for President has ever run on the libertarian ideas.
The closest you would get in a high office would be Arnold in California.
He governed just like you would.
No, I'm more of an Alan Simpson type.

I embrace the old, true republicans, you embrace the neo-cons who have never faced an enemy barrel.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#713 Jan 21, 2013
Murphys law wrote:
<quoted text>
When has the right run on "amnesty, abortion, acid"
I believe that was the 1972 Democratic campaign.
No GOP candidate for President has ever run on the libertarian ideas.
The closest you would get in a high office would be Arnold in California.
He governed just like you would.
The right never ran on Acid, that was Hunter S. Thompson's additive. It did make the boring campaign more fun. That's about it.

Republicans do drugs but want to prohibit the country from such.

Dempcrats fee; it's a personal issue but don't have the nads to stand behind it.

Therefor we have unconstitutional drung laws.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#714 Jan 21, 2013
Filth wrote:
<quoted text>
You is it
Reagan was a moderate who governed from the middle.

Except for running up huge military deficits and foreign policy blumders
WiseAmerican

Columbus, OH

#715 Jan 21, 2013
2nd Amendment wrote:
<quoted text>
When you supported Obama in 2008, and trashed the right ever since
Republican pundits love to say that the national debt has increased by $5 trillion because of President Obama. Factually, that statement is simply untrue. Let's examine the evidence.

Of the alleged $5 trillion,$1.6 trillion is related to costs of the Iraq/Afghanistan Wars. These were costs George W. Bush intentionally hid from the budget, and that President Obama allowed to be calculated when he assumed office.

Note that Obama could have continued to hide the bill as Bush did, passing it along to his successor.

President Bush was able to manipulate funding for the Iraq/Afghanistan wars using special emergency authorization bills. He did this because, as you recall, the Democrats were attempting to defund the war legislatively.

The overall point is simple: Obama, as president, authorized not one cent of that $1.6 trillion to be spent.

It has been previously reported by marketwatch.com that President Obama increased overall government spending by a smaller margin than any modern president, all the way to President Eisenhower.

Rex Nutting at marketwatch clarifies:

What people forget (or never knew) is that the first year of every presidential term starts with a budget approved by the previous administration and Congress. The president only begins to shape the budget in his second year. It takes time to develop a budget and steer it through Congress — especially in these days of congressional gridlock.

Over $1.4 trillion was spent on interest payments caused by the already standing debt.

Knowing that, let's examine the GOP's argument.

Stop spewing the propaganda of Faux Noise!

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#716 Jan 21, 2013
Murphys law wrote:
<quoted text>
Right...
You are pissed because some people don't like porn, arguably one of the lamer things to be mad over.
Last time I checked, 7-11 never went out of business.
And you think the fatass who slobbers all over Obama, and gave the unions control of hurricane rebuilding contracts, is the best candidate.
http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/01/20/gov-ch...
The entrapment defense rarely works, I'm sure your fellow "libertarian" Enzyte Bob, will admit that.
Um, 7/11 is taking all the major sites BP held in Cleveland, nice try at defelction.

Ohther than that you've spewing b.s. that has already been spewed and not taking serously.

You're a nobody wannabe, just like Zero.
WiseAmerican

Columbus, OH

#717 Jan 21, 2013
Cont.

They say President Obama has spent too much, but 32% of the total amount they claim has been spent is a direct result of Republican presidential policies, and previous spending.

President Obama is stuck paying the bill for the previous GOP administrations of Reagan, H.W. Bush, and W. Bush. President Clinton left with a surplus if you recall, and added nothing to our debt. This point has been discussed constantly, and was even visited by President Obama's former Press Secretary Jay Carney during a press gaggle.

It is not disputed that the national debt was $10 trillion before President Obama took office.

The interest that is paid on the debt today was created by the very same people who now are attempting to blame the cost of that interest on the president. Do not allow yourself to be fooled, the GOP is attempting to blame the president for something they caused.
WiseAmerican

Columbus, OH

#718 Jan 21, 2013
Now, the real truth of how conservatives manipulate and rule by deception and greed:

Taxes and a Two-Santa Theory
By Jude Wanniski

The only thing wrong with the U.S. economy is the failure of the Republican Party to play Santa Claus. The only thing wrong with President Ford is that he is still too much a Hoover Republican when what the country needs is a Coolidge Republican.

These statements, seemingly absurd, follow naturally from the Two-Santa Claus Theory of the political economy. Simply stated, the Two Santa Claus Theory is this: For the U.S. economy to be healthy and growing, there must be a division of labor between Democrats and Republicans; each must be a different kind of Santa Claus.

The Democrats, the party of income redistribution, are best suited for the role of Spending Santa Claus. The Republicans, traditionally the party of income growth, should be the Santa Claus of Tax Reduction. It has been the failure of the GOP to stick to this traditional role that has caused much of the nation’s economic misery. Only the shrewdness of the Democrats, who have kindly agreed to play both Santa Clauses during critical periods, has saved the nation from even greater misery.

It isn’t that Republicans don’t enjoy cutting taxes. They love it. But there is something in the Republican chemistry that causes the GOP to become hypnotized by the prospect of an imbalanced budget. Static analysis tells them taxes can’t be cut or inflation will result. They either argue for a tax hike to dampen inflation when the economy is in a boom or demand spending cuts to balance the budget when the economy is in recession.
WiseAmerican

Columbus, OH

#719 Jan 21, 2013
Cont.

Either way, of course, they embrace the role of Scrooge, playing into the hands of the Democrats, who know the first rule of successful politics is Never Shoot Santa Claus. The political tension in the market place of ideas must be between tax reduction and spending increases, and as long as Republicans have insisted on balanced budgets, their influence as a party has shriveled, and budgets have been imbalanced.

They were not always so dumb. The GOP’s heyday was in the 1920s, when, acting on the advice of Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon—who served Presidents Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover—the Republicans cut tax rates no less than five times. Mellon, the embodiment of the Republican Santa Claus, argued that a cut in tax rates would provide business an incentive to expand, increase prosperity, expand the tax base, and thereby provide more revenues to the Government than would have accrued without a tax cut.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#720 Jan 21, 2013
Filth wrote:
<quoted text>
You is it
hEY cARL,COME OUT OF YOUR CLOSESR OR FACE PUBLIC HUNILILIATION.
As though they had none.....
Lor'a od posters don't have a wife or girlfriend. They poke wherever thy can.
WiseAmerican

Columbus, OH

#721 Jan 21, 2013
The meat of the problem- the wealthy hoards capital, thus stagnating an economy.

Franklin Roosevelt, the prototype of the Democratic Spending Santa Claus, was elected. But instead of just boosting Federal spending, pump priming as it was called, Roosevelt boosted tax rates too. In four years he pushed the rate beyond where they had been in 1920, putting the highest marginal tax rate to 92 per cent. The Roosevelt prescription was “tax and tax, spend and spend, elect and elect.” The idea, perfectly suited to a Santa Claus who prefers income redistribution to growth, was to tax money away from the well-to-do, because they were not spending it fast enough, and spend it for them.
WiseAmerican

Columbus, OH

#722 Jan 21, 2013
The final solution to our economic woes would be for businesses to expand by creating more opportunity to widen the tax base. Instead, they're off-shoring, outsourcing, and hoarding capital.

Both President Ford and Ronald Reagan are inching toward the Mellon approach. Still, they each insist in one way or another that tax reduction be bound to spending cuts. This is an improvement on the straightforward demand that the Spending Santa be shot. But as the Two-Santa Claus Theory holds that the Republicans should concentrate on tax-rate reduction. As they succeed in expanding incentives to produce, they will move the economy back to full employment and thereby reduce social pressures for public spending. Just as an increase in Government spending inevitably means taxes must be raised, a cut in tax rates—by expanding the private sector—will diminish the relative size of the public sector.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#723 Jan 21, 2013
WiseAmerican wrote:
Cont.
Either way, of course, they embrace the role of Scrooge, playing into the hands of the Democrats, who know the first rule of successful politics is Never Shoot Santa Claus. The political tension in the market place of ideas must be between tax reduction and spending increases, and as long as Republicans have insisted on balanced budgets, their influence as a party has shriveled, and budgets have been imbalanced.
They were not always so dumb. The GOP’s heyday was in the 1920s, when, acting on the advice of Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon—who served Presidents Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover—the Republicans cut tax rates no less than five times. Mellon, the embodiment of the Republican Santa Claus, argued that a cut in tax rates would provide business an incentive to expand, increase prosperity, expand the tax base, and thereby provide more revenues to the Government than would have accrued without a tax cut.
Keep on keeping on. Zerp amd his clones hate the truth.

Keep on telling it.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Columbus Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Is Barack Obama Doing a Good Job as President? (Aug '13) 9 min Go Blue Forever 3,327
OH Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010? (Oct '10) 14 min Pops 31,035
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History 17 min Anon 7
New Columbus Reading Program Aims To Get Books ... 21 min They cannot kill ... 2
Open Streets event to emphasize use of pavement... 48 min yeah baby yeah 1
Bennett Smith gate stories from the victims poi... (May '13) 1 hr Sue 2,432
OBAMA Outperforms Reagan 1 hr Neutral Party 59
•••
•••
Columbus Dating

more search filters

less search filters

•••

Columbus Jobs

•••
•••
•••

Columbus People Search

Addresses and phone numbers for FREE

•••

Columbus News, Events & Info

Click for news, events and info in Columbus
•••

Personal Finance

Mortgages [ See current mortgage rates ]
•••