The President has failed us

There are 20 comments on the Times News story from Jun 9, 2012, titled The President has failed us. In it, Times News reports that:

This week, I decided to list the reasons I would not vote for Barack Obama in the next election.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Times News.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

Yellowknife NT

#99309 Feb 2, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
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We've already been hoodwinked by the government and industry when we allowed a law requiring that our cars be registered. That was a boon for big government allowing the creation of the department of motor vehicles. People who would never keep a job in the private sector because of their rudeness, arrogance and ignorance find a lifetime career as a result of the law. Of course, once they got control of that piece of private property, they are free to expand upon that control by forcing a property owner to purchase insurance thus enriching those who sell insurance. Governments are free to add additional fees based upon the value of that private property. There is really no need to register a vehicle anymore than a need to register bicycles or register a horse carriage but the government will never eliminate the law requiring license plates because the industry surrounding the law makes too much money off of it and they would never allow their representatives to take away from those laws. They will advocate adding to the law as long as they can make a buck.
That's what they are doing with gun control law. Legislating against other peoples private property. They are not against the property that they own. Just the types of guns that other people own. When enough people agree to that to pass it into law, the next group of law makers will expand upon it adding more types of guns and more paperwork rules and fees and fines. Eventually, all private citizens who own a gun will be listed in a central database and be required to purchase insurance for that right and to ensure the insurance doesn't expire, the registration will expire and more fees and taxes and photo ID's and training certificates and refresher certification and fees and taxes and fines and documentation...it's a slippery slope and a cash cow for bureaucrats and anyone in the gun control industry.
Agree and nicely said.
They will continue to chip away at our liberties. They cannot be trusted with them.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#99310 Feb 2, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
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"Who Can Apply for U.S. Citizenship..."
Like I said, there is no requirement that an immigrant be able to speak Englsh before they come here, only that they have a functional command of the language before they can apply for citizenship.
Your first post said they had to be able to speak English before they came here.
You were wrong.
I like it when you prove I'm right and aren't smart enough to understand that's what you've done.
:)
You are such an "idiot" ...
WHO "leads you around" to help "you" get thru the DAY?
Snake Eyes

Long Beach, CA

#99311 Feb 2, 2013
Shotgun wedding on immigration

Now with immigration reform forced on the party of “Go Home” how do Republicans navigate the tricky transition among their followers from “Go Home” to “Welcome?”

Read more: http://www.irontontribune.com/2013/02/01/shot...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#99314 Feb 2, 2013
Little Jimmy Dickens I'm little but I'm loud 1949


"I'm little but I'm loud"

A lot of folks have told me
I was pulled 'fore I was ripe
A winter apple picked off in the fall
But even as a youngin'
I was not the bashful type
'Cause I could yell the loudest of them all.

CHORUS
I'm little, but I'm loud
I'm poor, but I'm proud
I'm countrified and I don't care who knows it
I'm like a banty rooster
In a big, red rooster crowd
I'm puny, short and little, but I'm loud.

I learned to do my singin
Walkin''long behind a plow
The singin' teachers always pa*sed me by
And so I have to sing
The only way that I know how
Just rare back, open up and let 'er fly.

CHORUS

I sang a special solo song
In church one Sunday morn'
And I was plumb embara*sed to my chin
I hit a high note, looked around
And sure as I was born
Two cows and fourteen hogs were walkin' in.

CHORUS

http://www.uulyrics.com/music/dickens-little-...

“ON THE PROWL”

Level 9

Since: May 08

Ocala, FL

#99316 Feb 2, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
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I was commenting on the what is being proposed by the senate and the house ya moron.
It was an on topic comment about what you had posted so take your attitude and your fairy tale and shove it.
You don't want to discuss it with me then don't, but I'll comment when I feel like it.
Perhaps you should start them with a line like "What is being proposed in the house and senate" first.. I scroll past all of your pipe dreams and NTR's plans..

Eagle

“ON THE PROWL”

Level 9

Since: May 08

Ocala, FL

#99318 Feb 2, 2013
Immigrunt wrote:
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So I am not the only one that thinks that way of Jaxxon eh? Personally I think NTR is the same way, maybe even the same person.
You have to look at the plans being discussed in congress and not a topix message board.. I just can't see wasting my time on that..

chevy van


Eagle

Level 6

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#99319 Feb 2, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
<quoted text>
We've already been hoodwinked by the government and industry when we allowed a law requiring that our cars be registered. That was a boon for big government allowing the creation of the department of motor vehicles. People who would never keep a job in the private sector because of their rudeness, arrogance and ignorance find a lifetime career as a result of the law. Of course, once they got control of that piece of private property, they are free to expand upon that control by forcing a property owner to purchase insurance thus enriching those who sell insurance. Governments are free to add additional fees based upon the value of that private property. There is really no need to register a vehicle anymore than a need to register bicycles or register a horse carriage but the government will never eliminate the law requiring license plates because the industry surrounding the law makes too much money off of it and they would never allow their representatives to take away from those laws. They will advocate adding to the law as long as they can make a buck.
That's what they are doing with gun control law. Legislating against other peoples private property. They are not against the property that they own. Just the types of guns that other people own. When enough people agree to that to pass it into law, the next group of law makers will expand upon it adding more types of guns and more paperwork rules and fees and fines. Eventually, all private citizens who own a gun will be listed in a central database and be required to purchase insurance for that right and to ensure the insurance doesn't expire, the registration will expire and more fees and taxes and photo ID's and training certificates and refresher certification and fees and taxes and fines and documentation...it's a slippery slope and a cash cow for bureaucrats and anyone in the gun control industry.
"We've already been hoodwinked by the government and industry when we allowed a law requiring that our cars be registered."

Good grief.

Unless you're trying to tell me that they made us register our cars because the intended to ban them the comparison is invalid.

I'll get back to you when you're in the mood for a more rational discussion.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Snake Eyes

Long Beach, CA

#99320 Feb 2, 2013
Requiring Gun Insurance Will Increase Safety

Insuring guns provides a means for financially compensating victims of unjustified gun violence — not only families who have lost loved ones, but also non-fatal shooting victims and those who are assaulted with guns.

Requiring gun-owner insurance as a form of gun safety regulation is not a radical change in social policy. It is common for our society to throw the risk on the owner of a potentially harmful commodity. Motor vehicles, for example, must be registered and insured in case their use harms humans or property; and the thrill of driving a high-performance car comes with a higher insurance premium.

States often have insurance requirements for the owners of motorcycles, snowmobiles, boats, exotic wild animals — even pit bulls. Owners of establishments that sell alcohol, such as restaurants and bars, are often required to carry insurance for damages caused by intoxicated patrons.

Read more:

Level 6

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#99321 Feb 2, 2013
EAGLE EYE1 wrote:
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Perhaps you should start them with a line like "What is being proposed in the house and senate" first.. I scroll past all of your pipe dreams and NTR's plans..
Eagle
Sweetheart, as long as you keep replying to my posts I'm just not going to believe that you scroll past them.

“RELAX”

Level 8

Since: Dec 12

EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT

#99323 Feb 2, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
<quoted text>
"We've already been hoodwinked by the government and industry when we allowed a law requiring that our cars be registered."
Good grief.
Unless you're trying to tell me that they made us register our cars because the intended to ban them the comparison is invalid.
I'll get back to you when you're in the mood for a more rational discussion.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
They made us register our cars so that they could charge us a fee every year that we own that car. They added requirements like licensing and insurance and personal property taxes for the same reason...Money. They didn't say that was the reason that they made the law when they were selling the law. They said the law was needed so we would be secure and safe. "It's for the Children!!! We've been registering cars and licensing drivers for more than a century but we are no more safe or secure on the highways as we were before those requirements existed.

No. They do not want to banish firearms. They want to make money off of them. They want a gun owner to register that gun, license that gun and license that owner and force that owner to show proof of insurance for each and every firearm that he owns. Even the ones that he doesn't use but can't sell because of a stupid law.

It's not about safety. It's never about safety. It's about the money that can be made year after year after year. If you believe it's not about the money, you are naive to the ways of the wicked world we live in.

“ON THE PROWL”

Level 9

Since: May 08

Ocala, FL

#99324 Feb 2, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
<quoted text>
Sweetheart, as long as you keep replying to my posts I'm just not going to believe that you scroll past them.
"I put her out in a town that was so small
You could throw a rock from end to end
A dirt-road main street, she walked off in bare feet
It's a shame I won't be passin' through again"

http://www.oldielyrics.com/lyrics/sammy_johns...


Eagle
American Lady

Danville, KY

#99325 Feb 2, 2013
Phurhankey Jahonsuninski wrote:
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Why must you mock the serious concerns of others? Have you no respect for your fellow human beings? Do you simply think that anyone who does not view the world exactly the same as you do are “morons” as you so often exclaim? What makes you think you are seeing things in perfect perception? What makes you think your conclusions should never be challenged? Why would you not allow others to have their own views? Is there a reason you deny you true Liberal Extremism? Are you not comfortable in your own skin?
You do not have to answer these questions to me Jaxxon, but you really should reflect and answer them to yourself.
Thank You PJ! <3
You said that with more "patience" than I can at present.

"When you seek, begin in your heart. The cave of the heart is the home of truth."
~can't remember :)

NOT my quote, but at present I can not remember WHO said it, it JUST came to mind!

If anyone wants to know the "source" they can
GOOGLE iT!

;0)
American Lady

Danville, KY

#99327 Feb 2, 2013
EAGLE EYE1 wrote:
<quoted text>
"I put her out in a town that was so small
You could throw a rock from end to end
A dirt-road main street, she walked off in bare feet
It's a shame I won't be passin' through again"
http://www.oldielyrics.com/lyrics/sammy_johns...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =RiEIToOWr64XX
Eagle
SAMMY JOHNS- "CHEVY VAN" (W/LYRICS)
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#99330 Feb 2, 2013
Rico from East Los II
“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09
12,457

Gangland, North America
Reply »|Report Abuse|Judge it!|#99276 4 hrs ago

Judged:111
American Lady wrote:
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You mean like those COMP tests they give to "idiots" before letting them into 'technical' college.

RICO said:
They're called placement testing and just about everyone has to take them. Had you gone to college, you too would have taken those exact tests. Apparently the furthest you've gone with higher education is when you get educated here on Topix.

AL said:
I "did" go to college!
That's HOW I found OUT about THEM! ;0)
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eh?
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I can't HEAR you!:)
Snake Eyes

Long Beach, CA

#99331 Feb 2, 2013
World's Richest Add $18 Billion as Facebook Fortunes Soar

The 100 wealthiest people on the planet added $18 billion to their collective net worth this week as U.S. companies began reporting fourth-quarter earnings.

Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-01-11/worl...
Pa Jammas

Canyon Country, CA

#99333 Feb 2, 2013
Immigrunt wrote:
Ooopps! Ha hahahahaha....Lmao@me!
LOL!! who cares........

Level 6

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#99334 Feb 2, 2013
Phurhankey Jahonsuninski wrote:
<quoted text>
Why must you mock the serious concerns of others? Have you no respect for your fellow human beings? Do you simply think that anyone who does not view the world exactly the same as you do are “morons” as you so often exclaim? What makes you think you are seeing things in perfect perception? What makes you think your conclusions should never be challenged? Why would you not allow others to have their own views? Is there a reason you deny you true Liberal Extremism? Are you not comfortable in your own skin?
You do not have to answer these questions to me Jaxxon, but you really should reflect and answer them to yourself.
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank You PJ! <3
You said that with more "patience" than I can at present.
"When you seek, begin in your heart. The cave of the heart is the home of truth."
~can't remember :)
NOT my quote, but at present I can not remember WHO said it, it JUST came to mind!
If anyone wants to know the "source" they can
GOOGLE iT!
;0)
Immigrunt wrote:
<quoted text>
"PJ". Thank you for not using my full name. I hear its not good to have others here know any real personal information.
Immigrunt wrote:
Ooopps! Ha hahahahaha....Lmao@me!
Immigrunt wrote:
Can't wait to see all of the posts from jaxxon, ntr and rose saying how they "discovered" I was both posters. They will claim to be quite the detectives on that one. Night folks.
"Can't wait to see all of the posts from jaxxon.....saying how they "discovered" I was both posters."

Nope, just this one from me.

You might as well switch to another sock tomorrow because these two have zero credibility now.

Immigrunt
Phurhankey Jahonsuninski

I'm going to leave you to your own misery and go find something else to do for a while.

Enjoy your weekend loser.

Classic!

:)
American Lady

Danville, KY

#99335 Feb 2, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
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"Can't wait to see all of the posts from jaxxon.....saying how they "discovered" I was both posters."
Nope, just this one from me.
You might as well switch to another sock tomorrow because these two have zero credibility now.
Immigrunt
Phurhankey Jahonsuninski
I'm going to leave you to your own misery and go find something else to do for a while.
Enjoy your weekend loser.
Classic!
:)
Ding, ding, ding ...
u r NOT a "winner" ...

Those are NOT me!:)
Snake Eyes

Long Beach, CA

#99337 Feb 2, 2013
A Culture of Corruption

None of these old-time folks had been caught pants-down in a corruption case. But they were all part of the same milieu; everyone who held a power position must have had to deal with these guys.

Read more: http://rustwire.com/2013/01/09/a-culture-of-c...
Snake Eyes

Long Beach, CA

#99338 Feb 2, 2013
Immigration Scam Lands Official Major Jail Sentence

Fear not, compliance officers: U.S. officials convicted of taking bribes are getting lengthy sentences just like corporations are receiving big fines for giving illicit payments.

A one-time assistant chief counsel for U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement was sentenced Monday to more than 17 years in jail for taking bribes to help immigrants fill out false paperwork to remain legally in the country.

Constantine Peter Kallas, 40, was sentenced during a closed hearing in federal court in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reported. He was also ordered to pay nearly $297,000 in restitution.

Read more: http://blogs.wsj.com/corruption-currents/2011...

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