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#11816 Jan 29, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
I think Huckabee's right (for a change) and has done good to describe the Democrat war on women.
Not everybody wants to be a socialist.
Absolutely correct!

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11817 Jan 29, 2014
The Republicans want to dictate to women, to take away their choice and their right to make their own decisions about their health care. Republicans have been waging a war on women and their right to think for themselves and decide for themselves for decades. Republicans continually insult and infuriate women with their insistence that they know better than they do on what’s good for them!

And most women have sons, husbands, boyfriends, brothers, fathers and they ALSO vote!

Huckabee's latest rant is more evidence the right's war on women's reproductive choices has not gone anywhere

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11818 Jan 29, 2014
The Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007 is a US Act of Congress that amended the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to gradually raise the federal minimum wage from $5.15 per hour to $7.25 per hour. It was signed into law by George W. Bush on May 25, 2007.

But of course it was an election year, and the repukes had to buy some votes.

Bush W. and the Republicans also voted in favor of extending unemployment benefits, not once but 5 FIVE times Why do it then, but refuse to do it now?

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#11819 Jan 29, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
The Republicans want to dictate to women, to take away their choice and their right to make their own decisions about their health care. Republicans have been waging a war on women and their right to think for themselves and decide for themselves for decades. Republicans continually insult and infuriate women with their insistence that they know better than they do on what’s good for them!
And most women have sons, husbands, boyfriends, brothers, fathers and they ALSO vote!
Huckabee's latest rant is more evidence the right's war on women's reproductive choices has not gone anywhere
Don't forget, they want to couple that, with a shrinking of any government assistance? The Teaparty Daily Double.....

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#11820 Jan 29, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
I recognize that both parties are responsible, one controls the House, one controls the Senate.
You are like a broken record. No matter how many times you repeat it, still doesn't mean it's a fact.
Oh it does…  and no matter how much you choose to ignore, it doesn’t change the fact.  Now how do you feel about the president’s “pen and phone”(His move because the democrats understand Americans are onto their sad power plays and lies) and the minimum wage?

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#11821 Jan 29, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
My company offered an ACA compliant policy that was almost half what a single person would normally pay.
Check what’s covered, and make sure it’s not included in one of the presidents exemptions, because 2015 you’ll be done.

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#11822 Jan 29, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
<quoted text> You really aren't that bright are you? George Bush LIED so much they had to write a BOOK to keep up with them.
http://www.amazon.com/The-Lies-George-W-Bush/...
<quoted text> Is this the best you got? you are a pathetic piece of filth and a Domestic Terrorist but you are still an American see that's the beauty you can be dumb (as a rock as in your case) and be an American.
Apparently far beyond your capabilities. One book? Did you read it? Does he neglect to cite the sources for his information or is it opinion? If you read it go ahead and cite what he states and why?
I need nothing more... Being a non-American that supports un-Constitutional policies that steals from the future of this great Country to pay for these failing programs is the lowest, most putrid human around.
Tell us how beneficial the minimum wage will be, and where the president plans on getting the money with his “pen and phone."

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#11823 Jan 29, 2014
The Real Truth wrote:
<quoted text> In November 1781, he was elected President of the Continental Congress, and became the first president to serve a one-year term under the provisions of the Articles of Confederation. While George Washington is universally recognized by historians as the first President of the United States formed under the United States Constitution, some biographies of Hanson have made the unconventional argument that Hanson was the first holder of the office. With that being said the United States only had 14 colonies at the time. Even Washington himself declared Hanson the first President of the newly formed U.S. That would have made George Washington the 8th president. The constitution and the government was ratified many times and it wasn't written or created overnight.
LOL... Awesome... Since you are so brilliant( http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jo... ) tell us, how would Hanson feel about 17 trillion dollars of national debt? How would he feel about our president getting ready to spend more money, without Congress, and the fact that he lied about the most expensive health care law in all of American history?
Better yet, tell us what the First President, George Washington, would think of our position right now?

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#11824 Jan 29, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
The Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007 is a US Act of Congress that amended the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to gradually raise the federal minimum wage from $5.15 per hour to $7.25 per hour. It was signed into law by George W. Bush on May 25, 2007.
But of course it was an election year, and the repukes had to buy some votes.
Bush W. and the Republicans also voted in favor of extending unemployment benefits, not once but 5 FIVE times Why do it then, but refuse to do it now?
lol! So if raising the minimum wage is such a great thing, why not just raise it to $35 an hour? Better yet, let’s pull everyone out of poverty and make it $50!

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11825 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>
lol! So if raising the minimum wage is such a great thing, why not just raise it to $35 an hour? Better yet, let’s pull everyone out of poverty and make it $50!
Another FoxNoise sound bite....sigh

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11826 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>
lol! So if raising the minimum wage is such a great thing, why not just raise it to $35 an hour? Better yet, let’s pull everyone out of poverty and make it $50!
There are currently 46.5 million Americans living below the poverty level. Approximately 16.1 million of that number are children. If the minimum wage were increased by a few simple dollars, 4.6 million hardworking people could be lifted out of poverty immediately.

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11827 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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lol! So if raising the minimum wage is such a great thing, why not just raise it to $35 an hour? Better yet, let’s pull everyone out of poverty and make it $50!
By bringing the minimum wage up to $10.10 per hour, it would bring the line up where it should be if minimum wage had kept up with inflation over the last 50 years. The current federal wage is $7.25 per hour, where it has stayed for the past four years. That is not enough to keep a parent who works full-time, year-round above the poverty level.

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11828 Jan 29, 2014
Correction:

"where it has stayed for the past 6 years"
guest

United States

#11829 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>Oh it does… and no matter how much you choose to ignore, it doesn’t change the fact. Now how do you feel about the president’s “pen and phone”(His move because the democrats understand Americans are onto their sad power plays and lies) and the minimum wage?
You are in a state of denial.
The Real Truth

Denver, CO

#11830 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL... Awesome... Since you are so brilliant( http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jo... ) tell us, how would Hanson feel about 17 trillion dollars of national debt? How would he feel about our president getting ready to spend more money, without Congress, and the fact that he lied about the most expensive health care law in all of American history?
Better yet, tell us what the First President, George Washington, would think of our position right now?
He probably would of asked if they actually found any WMD's in Iraq to invade? Why did they invade then?
The Real Truth

Denver, CO

#11831 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL... Awesome... Since you are so brilliant( http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jo... ) tell us, how would Hanson feel about 17 trillion dollars of national debt? How would he feel about our president getting ready to spend more money, without Congress, and the fact that he lied about the most expensive health care law in all of American history?
Better yet, tell us what the First President, George Washington, would think of our position right now?
Then he would have said "They still have tea parties"?
The Real Truth

Denver, CO

#11832 Jan 29, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently far beyond your capabilities. One book? Did you read it? Does he neglect to cite the sources for his information or is it opinion? If you read it go ahead and cite what he states and why?
I need nothing more... Being a non-American that supports un-Constitutional policies that steals from the future of this great Country to pay for these failing programs is the lowest, most putrid human around.
Tell us how beneficial the minimum wage will be, and where the president plans on getting the money with his “pen and phone."
Your talking about yourself her pal!

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Since: Dec 08

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#11833 Jan 30, 2014
Why not make the minimum wage $20/hour?

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11834 Jan 30, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
Why not make the minimum wage $20/hour?
According to a January 8 Quinnipiac poll, 71% of American voters support raising the minimum wage. This includes a majority of Republicans, 52% of whom support it.

Whats your problem?

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#11835 Jan 30, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
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Another FoxNoise sound bite....sigh
You can’t answer a direct question? So AGAIN I ask you directly, if raising the minimum wage is such a great thing, why not just raise it to $35 an hour? Better yet, let’s pull everyone out of poverty and make it $50!

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