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#10260 Dec 20, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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I haven’t one. What’s yours? Your understanding of the 10th amendment?
BTW How does it benefit middle-class Americans too raise taxes on wealthy wage earners?
Precisely, you haven't one....Probably because if you were honest would would know the tea partiers are a crap load of hypocrite's that "claim" the constitution should be interpreted and followed by the letter. Then turn around and distort twist and LIE and abuse the constitution to benefit their radical agenda.

I already answered your simply ridiculous question.

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#10261 Dec 20, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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What’s yours? Your understanding of the 10th amendment?
The Tenth Amendment states:“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

Gives States the option to pass laws that may or may not be in the constitution

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#10262 Dec 20, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
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Take your hate to someone else, creep!
Wow... I was very sincere in wishing you and yours God’s blessings. I’m not sure one could consider that hate.

Merry Christmas.

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#10263 Dec 20, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
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Bullshyte is more apt.
sigh...

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#10264 Dec 20, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
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Precisely, you haven't one....Probably because if you were honest would would know the tea partiers are a crap load of hypocrite's that "claim" the constitution should be interpreted and followed by the letter. Then turn around and distort twist and LIE and abuse the constitution to benefit their radical agenda.
I already answered your simply ridiculous question.
I don’t think you have an understanding of what the tea party believes. Based on what you say it doesn’t line up… Frankly for many of your posts you twist and contort what people say in order to drive your socialist agenda.

WHAT IS YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE 10th AMENDMENT? DO YOU HAVE ONE?

“Very simple, it is less taxes the middle class will be forced to pay” How so? Obama isn’t reducing any taxes… As a matter of fact, obamacare effectively raises taxes on the middle –class… So for where the middle and lower class people sit, it’s absolutely an important question to a president that says he fights for them…

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#10265 Dec 20, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
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The Tenth Amendment states:“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
Gives States the option to pass laws that may or may not be in the constitution
Um... wow.

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#10268 Dec 20, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
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From you, it's a curse.
From someone not you or like you, then it would be a blessing.
I pray God blesses you no matter what.

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#10270 Dec 20, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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I don’t think you have an understanding of what the tea party believes. Based on what you say it doesn’t line up… Frankly for many of your posts you twist and contort what people say in order to drive your socialist agenda.
WHAT IS YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE 10th AMENDMENT? DO YOU HAVE ONE?
“Very simple, it is less taxes the middle class will be forced to pay” How so? Obama isn’t reducing any taxes… As a matter of fact, obamacare effectively raises taxes on the middle –class… So for where the middle and lower class people sit, it’s absolutely an important question to a president that says he fights for them…
The Constitution does not protect the sovereignty of States for the
benefit of the States or State governments, but instead for the
protection of individuals. Consequently, State officials cannot
consent to the enlargement of the powers of Congress beyond those
enumerated in the Constitution.

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#10271 Dec 20, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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I pray God blesses you no matter what.
May your Lord take a liking to ya'

You apparently need all the help you can get.

“I think therefore I...forgot!!”

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#10273 Dec 20, 2012
Sniper II wrote:
<quoted text>Heres some gray for ya..More people unemployed means less people paying taxes and in to our already fragile system.
Number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rises
Published December 20, 2012
Associated Press
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week by 17,000, reversing four weeks of declines. But the number of people seeking aid is consistent with a job market that continues to grow modestly.
Unemployment claims rose the week of Dec. 15 to a seasonally adjusted 361,000 from a revised 344,000 the week before.
The less-volatile four-week moving average fell 13,750 to 367,750, lowest since late October. Applications had surged in early November after Superstorm Sandy, then dropped back.
Just over 5.4 million people were receiving some type of unemployment benefit the week ended Dec. 1, down from nearly 7.2 million a year earlier.
Applications are a proxy for layoffs. So the drop of the four-week average suggests that companies are cutting fewer jobs, even if they aren't hiring enough to lower the unemployment rate significantly. The economy has generated an average of 151,000 jobs a month in 2012, not enough to significantly drive down high unemployment.
The unemployment rate did drop to a four-year low of 7.7 percent in November from 7.9 percent in October. But the rate fell mostly because unemployed people gave up looking for work. The government counts people as unemployed only if they're actively seeking jobs.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/12/20/nu...
If you wish to make any viable statement that you would like a Democrat to take in to serious consideration may I suggest that you do NOT rely on Fox as a source. I, for one, refuse to take anything serious from a bios source with a paid agenda. Please find a truly viable source that was not born in Disneyland.

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#10274 Dec 21, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
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The Constitution does not protect the sovereignty of States for the
benefit of the States or State governments, but instead for the
protection of individuals. Consequently, State officials cannot
consent to the enlargement of the powers of Congress beyond those
enumerated in the Constitution.


Like OBAMACARE? TAXING FOR FUTURE USE? Strapping a future workforce with debt they didn't accrue?

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#10275 Dec 21, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
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May your Lord take a liking to ya'
You apparently need all the help you can get.
Merry Christmas Karl... Hope your new year is blessed.

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#10276 Dec 21, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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Merry Christmas Karl... Hope your new year is blessed.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your's as well

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#10277 Dec 21, 2012
In the next two years the GOP with the Tea Party drag on it will have absolutely no chance to make any headway on immigration reform. This would kill any chance it has to soften opposition from Hispanic voters to the GOP. It will also turn off thousands more moderate conservative voters who want to see government get back on track and get results.

It is the Tea Partiers that are killing the GOP and in-turn themselves.

Americans do not like un-patriotic radicals with nothing but a racial self-serving agenda.

Until the GOP learns from the electorate and listens to them and dumps the Tea Party extremists they are doomed.

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#10278 Dec 21, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
In the next two years the GOP with the Tea Party drag on it will have absolutely no chance to make any headway on immigration reform. This would kill any chance it has to soften opposition from Hispanic voters to the GOP. It will also turn off thousands more moderate conservative voters who want to see government get back on track and get results.
It is the Tea Partiers that are killing the GOP and in-turn themselves.
Americans do not like un-patriotic radicals with nothing but a racial self-serving agenda.
Until the GOP learns from the electorate and listens to them and dumps the Tea Party extremists they are doomed.
It’s called a republic…
Who do you think the GOP is listening to? This passed election was by NO MEANS a mandate for progressive democrats to do whatever they want… 3% karl… That’s it.
You need to stop blaming one party over the other… If nothing is passed it’s on the shoulders of the president and congress as a whole.

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#10279 Dec 21, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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It’s called a republic…
Who do you think the GOP is listening to? This passed election was by NO MEANS a mandate for progressive democrats to do whatever they want… 3% karl… That’s it.
You need to stop blaming one party over the other… If nothing is passed it’s on the shoulders of the president and congress as a whole.
You missed the entire point.

The Tea Party resistance to any legitimate legislation on immigration reform and moderate legislation will be their doom and drag down the GOP along with them.

With The GOP leader John Boehner softening on tax rate increases is a small sign the GOP just might be willing to ignore the Tea Party to an extent.

The Obstruction and deadlock the Tea Party caused in the 112th congress did not impress the rational voters in this country and your 3% number does not include the vast amount of moderate conservative REPUBLICANS that do not like the Tea Party extremist either
sociopathic Liberals

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#10280 Dec 21, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
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Putting me in your prayers will result in your having nightmares.
That's my prayer.
You've been diagnosed!

You and unfortunately us too, suffer from your: assholeberger's syndrome.
assholeberger's syndrome:
a newly discovered syndrome where a person, usually an obnoxious female, shares similar symptoms to asperger's but lacks intelligence altogether, let alone more pronounced intelligence, canceling out the possibility of asperger's syndrome altogether; antisocial, negative, critical, asshole-type behavior

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#10281 Dec 21, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
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You missed the entire point.
The Tea Party resistance to any legitimate legislation on immigration reform and moderate legislation will be their doom and drag down the GOP along with them.
With The GOP leader John Boehner softening on tax rate increases is a small sign the GOP just might be willing to ignore the Tea Party to an extent.
The Obstruction and deadlock the Tea Party caused in the 112th congress did not impress the rational voters in this country and your 3% number does not include the vast amount of moderate conservative REPUBLICANS that do not like the Tea Party extremist either
“The Tea Party resistance to any legitimate legislation on immigration reform and moderate legislation will be their doom and drag down the GOP along with them.” Do you think the tea party is a very small group?

“With The GOP leader John Boehner softening on tax rate increases is a small sign the GOP just might be willing to ignore the Tea Party to an extent.” He’ll have to explain HOW it will help the middle-class, which you thus far, haven’t explained either.

“The Obstruction and deadlock the Tea Party caused in the 112th congress did not impress the rational voters in this country and your 3% number does not include the vast amount of moderate conservative REPUBLICANS that do not like the Tea Party extremist either” Um OBAMACRAE… passed without republicans… The point is we are a republic and if we aren’t willing to find compromise then we have a worthless government all around. That’s where we are.

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#10282 Dec 21, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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“The Tea Party resistance to any legitimate legislation on immigration reform and moderate legislation will be their doom and drag down the GOP along with them.” Do you think the tea party is a very small group?
I do not deny their existence and or numbers their just isn't enough of them to make their radical extremism come to a vote and create policy, that is why all they have is obstructionism as their only tool.
Respect71 wrote:
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“With The GOP leader John Boehner softening on tax rate increases is a small sign the GOP just might be willing to ignore the Tea Party to an extent.” He’ll have to explain HOW it will help the middle-class, which you thus far, haven’t explained either.
He tried to explain it and was rejected by the extremist in the republican party and it will cost Boehner his job come 2014. "Plan B" failed because of extremist Tea Party infiltrates in the party. This will be their un-doing.
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>we aren’t willing to find compromise then we have a worthless government all around. That’s where we are.
The moderate republicans and the President were very close to a compromise (fiscal cliff) and the extremist in the republican party (tea FREAKS) did what they know Obstruct their OWN (Boehner) this will be the final nail in the Tea Party extremist radical's coffin come 2014 Mark my words.

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#10283 Dec 21, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
<quoted text> I do not deny their existence and or numbers their just isn't enough of them to make their radical extremism come to a vote and create policy, that is why all they have is obstructionism as their only tool.
<quoted text> He tried to explain it and was rejected by the extremist in the republican party and it will cost Boehner his job come 2014. "Plan B" failed because of extremist Tea Party infiltrates in the party. This will be their un-doing.
<quoted text> The moderate republicans and the President were very close to a compromise (fiscal cliff) and the extremist in the republican party (tea FREAKS) did what they know Obstruct their OWN (Boehner) this will be the final nail in the Tea Party extremist radical's coffin come 2014 Mark my words.
“I do not deny their existence and or numbers their just isn't enough of them to make their radical extremism come to a vote and create policy, that is why all they have is obstructionism as their only tool.“ Again, there is nothing radical about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Congress should represent who they represent, and because we are a republic the grid lock occurs when the Country is as divided as it is… That’s nature. The blame is on BOTH sides not the GOP.


“He tried to explain it and was rejected by the extremist in the republican party and it will cost Boehner his job come 2014. "Plan B" failed because of extremist Tea Party infiltrates in the party. This will be their un-doing.” You’re on record as saying so.

“The moderate republicans and the President were very close to a compromise (fiscal cliff) and the extremist in the republican party (tea FREAKS) did what they know Obstruct their OWN (Boehner) this will be the final nail in the Tea Party extremist radical's coffin come 2014 Mark my words.” You’re on record as saying so… LOL… This fiscal cliff is there because of MASSIVE spending… Raising taxes on the rich will do nothing…
Why does raising taxes on the rich help the middle-class???

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