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#12109 Feb 27, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> 6th Request for proof.....Show how administration provides info for CBO??????????
http://www.cbo.gov/about/our-processes

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#12110 Feb 27, 2014
Zero Proof...You're an absolute ASSH*LE.....not worthy of conversation...

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#12111 Feb 27, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Zero Proof...You're an absolute ASSH*LE.....not worthy of conversation...
It’s only “Zero Proof” Because you choose not to read. Can you read?
Name calling usually stems from persons with zero arguments to support. You seem to fit that bill.

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#12112 Feb 27, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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It’s only “Zero Proof” Because you choose not to read. Can you read?
Name calling usually stems from persons with zero arguments to support. You seem to fit that bill.
You must be a sado-masochist, going from thread to thread feeling the pain of being completely wrong and completely warped.

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#12113 Feb 27, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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Not a responsibility a OBLIGATION.” Cite where this is stated in our Constitution.
Congress’s authority to “make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper” to carry out its mandate “to … provide for the … General Welfare.”

http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R40846.pdf

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#12114 Feb 27, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Could?.....Could result?......
Could result in the loss of 500,000 jobs by late 2016, could be 400,000 jobs lost or 600,000 jobs lost, can't be certain. Only certainty, raising the minimum wage cuts jobs available in the market.

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Go Blue Forever wrote:
Less than a paragraph, just another scare tactic.......
They are correcting politicians who misspoke about he effects of raising the minimum wage on the economy/

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Go Blue Forever wrote:
CBO does'nt dictate policy.....
Not policy, law. The president can't write law.

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#12115 Feb 27, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>Could result in the loss of 500,000 jobs by late 2016, could be 400,000 jobs lost or 600,000 jobs lost, can't be certain. Only certainty, raising the minimum wage cuts jobs available in the market.
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<quoted text>They are correcting politicians who misspoke about he effects of raising the minimum wage on the economy/
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<quoted text>Not policy, law. The president can't write law.
The increase in the minimum wage under consideration would add, rather than reduce, jobs by increasing economic activity.

Raising the minimum wage won’t hurt the economy; it will strengthen it. And it will begin to re-establish what not so long ago was almost an article of faith in our nation: that honest, reliable labor earned citizens the right to a livable wage.

Hardworking American Citizens should expect no less.

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#12116 Feb 27, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
<quoted text>You must be a sado-masochist, going from thread to thread feeling the pain of being completely wrong and completely warped.
Lol. I understand it scary for you.

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#12117 Feb 27, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
<quoted text>Congress’s authority to “make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper” to carry out its mandate “to … provide for the … General Welfare.”

http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R40846.pdf
Now explain the meaning of "General Welfare.”". Hint: it doesn't mean food stamps and health care.

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#12118 Feb 27, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
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The increase in the minimum wage under consideration would add, rather than reduce, jobs by increasing economic activity.
Raising the minimum wage won’t hurt the economy; it will strengthen it. And it will begin to re-establish what not so long ago was almost an article of faith in our nation: that honest, reliable labor earned citizens the right to a livable wage.
Hardworking American Citizens should expect no less.
Exactly, this is curiously alot like the obstruction in Congress, during the first term.....anything they can do to stall our economic recovery.....and worst yet, it appears the reasoning is to help their corporate buddies, but also make this administration look bad....

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#12119 Feb 27, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Exactly, this is curiously alot like the obstruction in Congress, during the first term.....anything they can do to stall our economic recovery.....and worst yet, it appears the reasoning is to help their corporate buddies, but also make this administration look bad....
Lolrofl! It's always someone else causing your pain and preferably a man huh? And most especially a white man?
Our economic recovery? What the leftwing trolls recovery, that's funny.
Dear queer diary.....this administration is doing just fine at making themselves look bad.

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#12120 Feb 27, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
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Congress’s authority to “make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper” to carry out its mandate “to … provide for the … General Welfare.”
http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R40846.pdf
Exactly! Congress's authority to make all laws not a swaggering dictator. You said it.

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#12121 Feb 27, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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Lol. I understand it scary for you.
No...Not "scary"

Someone who gets off on getting their back side handed to them daily is some kind of sickO

But don't fret there little one we need someone to look stupid everyday....FoxNoise gets boring

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#12122 Feb 27, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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Now explain the meaning of "General Welfare.”". Hint: it doesn't mean food stamps and health care.
General welfare clause refers to a clause in the U.S. Constitution that empowers Congress to levy taxes and pay debts for the general welfare of the country.

The U. S. Supreme Court first interpreted the clause in 1936. The court held that the general welfare language in the taxing-and-spending clause constituted a separate grant of power to Congress to spend in areas over which it was not granted direct regulatory control.

Therefore the general welfare clause gave the congress the power collect taxes fund and make law processes which were democratically voted on.

ie: The Affordable Care Act, Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, TANF, and yes SNAP (food stamps)

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#12123 Feb 27, 2014
Trolli wrote:
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Exactly! Congress's authority to make all laws not a swaggering dictator. You said it.
Then you better tell Boehner to put down the booze and smokes!

BTW what is a "swaggering dictator"?

Any racial undertones there, little fella

Be a MAN if you do not like someone due to there race don't hind behind your innuendo SPEAK UP COWARD!

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#12124 Feb 27, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Exactly, this is curiously alot like the obstruction in Congress, during the first term.....anything they can do to stall our economic recovery.....and worst yet, it appears the reasoning is to help their corporate buddies, but also make this administration look bad....
It has been the right wing lunatic domestic terrorist's goal from Jan 21 2010

Most educated Americans have seen through the right wing BullSchit and the right wing crybabies still can't get over getting the crap kicked out of them in 2012....

When will they learn......

The right wing domestic terrorist tea party republicans are

Too Old, Too White, To Win....

It's simple demographics and their FAILED policy but they blame everyone else for their FAILURE!!!

Gota love Karma......HA

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#12125 Feb 27, 2014
What scares the CRAP out of the Bigot filled Rich White Republicans?

Answer:

The Census Bureau predicts Hispanics will jump from 16 percent of the American population in 2010 to 30 percent in 2050. Over the same period, whites are projected to drop from 65 percent to 46 percent.

Minorities rose from 15 percent of voters in 1988 to 26 percent in 2008 to 37 percent in 2012, and they voted 80 percent Democratic.

The American acceptance of equality for gays lesbians and transgender community is a slap in the face to conservatives, who traditionally tried to stigmatize and punish homosexuals -- but America has turned against that bigoted view. This is why the LGBT community tends to vote Democrat over 85 percent.

The Domestic Terrorist Right Wing Republicans only have FEAR and HATE and EDUCATED Americans are turning a deaf ear to their hyperbole

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#12126 Feb 27, 2014
If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor, period!!

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#12127 Feb 27, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
The increase in the minimum wage under consideration would add, rather than reduce, jobs by increasing economic activity. Raising the minimum wage won’t hurt the economy; it will strengthen it. And it will begin to re-establish what not so long ago was almost an article of faith in our nation: that honest, reliable labor earned citizens the right to a livable wage. Hardworking American Citizens should expect no less.
How does increasing the price of labor increase jobs? Seems like you're ignoring the law of supply and demand. Even the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says you're wrong.

They estimate the loss of half a million jobs by 2016 if the minimum wage is increased. If you care about young, unskilled and minority workers, don't price them out of the job market.

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#12129 Feb 28, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
<quoted text>
General welfare clause refers to a clause in the U.S. Constitution that empowers Congress to levy taxes and pay debts for the general welfare of the country.
The U. S. Supreme Court first interpreted the clause in 1936. The court held that the general welfare language in the taxing-and-spending clause constituted a separate grant of power to Congress to spend in areas over which it was not granted direct regulatory control.
Therefore the general welfare clause gave the congress the power collect taxes fund and make law processes which were democratically voted on.
ie: The Affordable Care Act, Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, TANF, and yes SNAP (food stamps)
I will ask you again… Explain the meaning of "”GENERAL WELFARE”". Hint: it doesn't mean food stamps and health care.

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