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#85 Aug 7, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>He is so ex-KGB, and wanting to be the dictator in Russia....almost like they were still totally Communist, as if nothing had changed.....
Did you happen to see his photoshopped fishin' picture?

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“March'16”

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#86 Aug 7, 2013
tone it down alice wrote:
<quoted text>denny was just born an imbecile and raised by stupid people. he'd be OKAY if he had a brain
Ah, now! now! naughty!!!

Denny is a good & successful business man,
and one of the requirements for for that ..
is .. a good brain.

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#87 Aug 7, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you happen to see his photoshopped fishin' picture?
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That doll is f'ing hilarious!!!

“Truth + context + perspective”

Since: Nov 09

informs against BS

#88 Aug 7, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>How can you continue to support this administration ? Now Obama wants to destroy the real estate market. One of the few signs of recovery in the economy.
Do you refer to Obama advocating that ** Congress ** has Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to drastically reduce their role in the home mortgage racket and put more responsibility on the private money hoarders!?

So much for ideology??? Sounds like farming/ranching/agribusiness and and their favorite subsidies??? And begrudging the working poor their SNAP and WIC ???

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/08/06/ob...

[in part]
Senior administration officials said Obama would focus in Phoenix on shifting more of the burden for supporting the nation's massive mortgage market to the private sector. A centerpiece of that effort is his support for winding down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The White House has already lauded efforts to achieve that goal spearheaded by Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee and Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia. While Obama will outline his own proposals on Tuesday, his plans are largely in line with the bipartisan Senate overhaul.
Officials said Obama will insist that the government only step in to pay out mortgage guarantees after private capital has been exhausted and that private capital bear the substantial majority of any losses. He will also call for Fannie and Freddie's investment portfolios to be wound down by at least 15 percent per year.

“Truth + context + perspective”

Since: Nov 09

informs against BS

#89 Aug 7, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah, now! now! naughty!!!
Denny is a good & successful business man,
and one of the requirements for for that ..
is .. a good brain.
well, there you go! A successful business man will ***grab*** all the good by adapting to changing market conditions.

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#91 Aug 7, 2013
no , a realtor agent is only brokering for the owner , a smart agent will direct a seller to ask less

a successful agent will be able to convince the buyer he likes the same house that the owner does

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#92 Aug 7, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you refer to Obama advocating that ** Congress ** has Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to drastically reduce their role in the home mortgage racket and put more responsibility on the private money hoarders!?
So much for ideology??? Sounds like farming/ranching/agribusiness and and their favorite subsidies??? And begrudging the working poor their SNAP and WIC ???
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/08/06/ob...
[in part]
Senior administration officials said Obama would focus in Phoenix on shifting more of the burden for supporting the nation's massive mortgage market to the private sector. A centerpiece of that effort is his support for winding down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The White House has already lauded efforts to achieve that goal spearheaded by Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee and Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia. While Obama will outline his own proposals on Tuesday, his plans are largely in line with the bipartisan Senate overhaul.
Officials said Obama will insist that the government only step in to pay out mortgage guarantees after private capital has been exhausted and that private capital bear the substantial majority of any losses. He will also call for Fannie and Freddie's investment portfolios to be wound down by at least 15 percent per year.
I know it's a bit much to ask a liberal to think beyond knee jerk reactions and factor in human nature, but the practical consequence will be higher interest rates on folks who wish to buy homes, less home ownership, and more money for landlords.

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/fannie-freddi...

Unlike folks who thought becoming a professional Walmart Greeter or a burger flipper at McDonalds and having a family to boot would be the road to prosperity, private financial institutions aren't stupid ... sure they will bear more risk, but they will offset that risk with higher interest rates.

Good forbid our government dedicate any resources towards encouraging folks to aspire to do more than aim as low as possible in life and live off of food stamps by making home ownership more affordable! The horror!

“Truth + context + perspective”

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#95 Aug 7, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I know it's a bit much to ask a liberal to think beyond knee jerk reactions and factor in human nature, but the practical consequence will be higher interest rates on folks who wish to buy homes, less home ownership, and more money for landlords.
http://www.nbcnews.com/business/fannie-freddi...
Unlike folks who thought becoming a professional Walmart Greeter or a burger flipper at McDonalds and having a family to boot would be the road to prosperity, private financial institutions aren't stupid ... sure they will bear more risk, but they will offset that risk with higher interest rates.
Good forbid our government dedicate any resources towards encouraging folks to aspire to do more than aim as low as possible in life and live off of food stamps by making home ownership more affordable! The horror!
"private financial institutions aren't stupid ... sure they will bear more risk, but they will offset that risk with higher interest rates."

I guess the point sunk in, eh!

"Good forbid our government dedicate any resources towards encouraging folks to aspire to do more than aim as low as possible in life..." yes, like low interest student loans, Pell Grants, etc., etc. You're on to something, comrade!

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#96 Aug 7, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
"private financial institutions aren't stupid ... sure they will bear more risk, but they will offset that risk with higher interest rates."
I guess the point sunk in, eh!
No, your point was idiotic. Your point was that we are going to hurt the EVIL “private money hoarders” by getting rid of Fannie May and Freddie Mac, but you failed to realize that they won't be hurt and are still going to be making money hand over fist and that the only people who will be hurt are ordinary Americans who wish to buy a home, especially those who are not well off.

Even after I explained this to you, you continue to put up this facade that this is a good thing. That tells me 2 things, a) you don’t own your own home and likely never could and b) you resent folks who aspire to be more than you and wish to own their own home and think it is a good thing to make their achievement of the American Dream more difficult.

Furthermore, the Federal government, is actually going to MAKE MONEY off the bailout of Fannie and Freddie. Moreover, I highly doubt you are in the 50 percent of us who actually pay any federal income tax, such that you played any role in the bailout in the first place.
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>"Good forbid our government dedicate any resources towards encouraging folks to aspire to do more than aim as low as possible in life..." yes, like low interest student loans, Pell Grants, etc., etc. You're on to something, comrade!
We already have low interest student loans and Pell grants. Making home ownership more costly has nothing to do with these other programs. If anything, considering Freddie and Fannie are cash cows for the government, they give the government more revenue that democrats can use for more handouts to buy votes:

http://www.cnbc.com/id/100724407

“March'16”

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Since: Dec 06

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#97 Aug 7, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Grace...I can understand your concerns after reading such
reviews on this drug, so it's a relief to hear that after
four/five days treatment, Ali has none of the side-effects
we read about on the thread.
It does put the animal owner in a difficult position faced with
doubt over mediation that the Vet has prescribed, they being the professionals when all is said and done, but you know your pet better than they, and they look to us to provide them with feedback as to the success of the treatment they prescribe, I wouldn't think any Vet would object to you voicing your cncerns if
the side-effects appeared.
I have no knowledge of this particular drug, but there was an occasion when one of my past dogs was prescribed Rymadil, which
had disastrous effects. At a later date, the Vet wanted to prescribe the same drug to our 14 year old Yorkie....saying it would give her an extra few weeks of life. I refused it. No offence was taken as the Vet admitted the drug had it's problems,
the dog lived for another few months quite happily on herbal supplements, of which I am an advocaate.
Myself. Written in large red ltters across my medical file (pre
computerised medical files) were the words 'ALLERGIC TO PENICILLIN'.
So what did the doctor at that time give me? Penicillin.
I was confined to bed for a week with a very severe reaction..
these days one would sue.....
Glad to hear that Ali is on the mend Grace.
Very good points in your post, El,

interesting regarding herbal supplements,
Must look in to that more thoroughly.

Wow! that was very careless about the
Penicillin & could be dangerous.

Ali has shown no ill effects..
and very likely won't at this stage.

“Our Grand daughter”

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Since: Sep 06

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#98 Aug 8, 2013
Good morning everyone! Just came to visit everyone and read about the antibiotic. I just finished a 20 day round of the same medication for bacterial pneumonia. It worked wonders for me. I'm not sure about your little friend, Grace. Grandma always made bandage of cabbage when her dogs were cut. It always cleared the infection with no after effects. Old Southern remedy there.
Hope this finds everyone doing well.

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#99 Aug 8, 2013
gooooood morning MO4... and others
jasslemas

West Mifflin, PA

#100 Aug 8, 2013
youtube.com/watch... …… Amazing it is Toad sex

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Since: Nov 09

informs against BS

#101 Aug 8, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
No, your point was idiotic. Your point was that we are going to hurt the EVIL “private money hoarders” by getting rid of Fannie May and Freddie Mac, but you failed to realize that they won't be hurt and are still going to be making money hand over fist and that the only people who will be hurt are ordinary Americans who wish to buy a home, especially those who are not well off.
Even after I explained this to you, you continue to put up this facade that this is a good thing. That tells me 2 things, a) you don’t own your own home and likely never could and b) you resent folks who aspire to be more than you and wish to own their own home and think it is a good thing to make their achievement of the American Dream more difficult.
Furthermore, the Federal government, is actually going to MAKE MONEY off the bailout of Fannie and Freddie. Moreover, I highly doubt you are in the 50 percent of us who actually pay any federal income tax, such that you played any role in the bailout in the first place.
<quoted text>
We already have low interest student loans and Pell grants. Making home ownership more costly has nothing to do with these other programs. If anything, considering Freddie and Fannie are cash cows for the government, they give the government more revenue that democrats can use for more handouts to buy votes:
http://www.cnbc.com/id/100724407
Spikey, something you should know about: communication has context and subtext. On those counts you are a-drift and oar-less. The jerker is you. Post #88 was a sarcastic jab to teapublican-tarian "all anti-socialism all the time" Crain whining about a potential loss in his pocket because of reduced government involvement. Maybe you should hook up with him for mutual comfort and mentoring.

Also in post #88 "... Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to drastically reduce their role in the home mortgage racket and put more responsibility on the private money hoarders!?"

How do you jump to "more responbility on ....(and they did SIT on their assets for quite the while after late 2007 and 2008) to claiming I'm stating that they are going to be HURT!?? No, I'm sure they won't be hurt unless they're imbeciles. Strike that ... without regulatory oversight, there is a track record.

"and are still going to be making money hand over fist and that the only people who will be hurt are ordinary Americans who wish to buy a home, especially those who are not well off."

THERE is the connection with other government programs I mentioned, you fool. And I'll add Head Start, school breakfast and lunch programs, and a host of "a hand up" programs for low-income working stiffs and for ordinary Americans (and those immigrants who will be) to go to, or send their kids to college and to own their own dwelling.

"Moreover, I highly doubt you are in the 50 percent of us who actually pay any federal income tax, such that you played any role in the bailout in the first place."

You still sore about Mitt, huh! And that blinds you about who you post with.

Your topix experience may be more comfortable and directed for you if you right yourself from your flailing and stabilize in the 'hood to schmooze those good folks, twist off their drink bottle caps, and fight off the grayboxes for them.
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#102 Aug 8, 2013
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
a facade , it is booming because of all the storms
Republican administrations don't have storms?
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

Ludington, MI

#103 Aug 8, 2013
tallyho wrote:
no , a realtor agent is only brokering for the owner , a smart agent will direct a seller to ask less
a successful agent will be able to convince the buyer he likes the same house that the owner does
so what you are saying is to be a good realtor he has to be a con man
Not Sam

Portland, OR

#104 Aug 8, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Spikey, something you should know about: communication has context and subtext. On those counts you are a-drift and oar-less. The jerker is you. Post #88 was a sarcastic jab to teapublican-tarian "all anti-socialism all the time" Crain whining about a potential loss in his pocket because of reduced government involvement. Maybe you should hook up with him for mutual comfort and mentoring.
Vey funny stuff! Lol.
-Kevin-

Seattle, WA

#105 Aug 8, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I know it's a bit much to ask a liberal to think beyond knee jerk reactions and factor in human nature, but the practical consequence will be higher interest rates on folks who wish to buy homes, less home ownership, and more money for landlords.
http://www.nbcnews.com/business/fannie-freddi...
Unlike folks who thought becoming a professional Walmart Greeter or a burger flipper at McDonalds and having a family to boot would be the road to prosperity, private financial institutions aren't stupid ... sure they will bear more risk, but they will offset that risk with higher interest rates.
Good forbid our government dedicate any resources towards encouraging folks to aspire to do more than aim as low as possible in life and live off of food stamps by making home ownership more affordable! The horror!
Careful with Subtard.
He's a fkn idiot and when he can't win a debate he will call you a phaggot.

P.S.
He has never won a debate.
-Kevin-

Seattle, WA

#106 Aug 8, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
No, your point was idiotic. Your point was that we are going to hurt the EVIL “private money hoarders” by getting rid of Fannie May and Freddie Mac, but you failed to realize that they won't be hurt and are still going to be making money hand over fist and that the only people who will be hurt are ordinary Americans who wish to buy a home, especially those who are not well off.
Even after I explained this to you, you continue to put up this facade that this is a good thing. That tells me 2 things, a) you don’t own your own home and likely never could and b) you resent folks who aspire to be more than you and wish to own their own home and think it is a good thing to make their achievement of the American Dream more difficult.
Furthermore, the Federal government, is actually going to MAKE MONEY off the bailout of Fannie and Freddie. Moreover, I highly doubt you are in the 50 percent of us who actually pay any federal income tax, such that you played any role in the bailout in the first place.
<quoted text>
We already have low interest student loans and Pell grants. Making home ownership more costly has nothing to do with these other programs. If anything, considering Freddie and Fannie are cash cows for the government, they give the government more revenue that democrats can use for more handouts to buy votes:
http://www.cnbc.com/id/100724407
Lol!
At least he didn't call you gay.
Although he did touch on every fktarded talking head point he could parrot from Fox News..
Ferretman

United States

#107 Aug 8, 2013
I am a flaming phaggot! Hide your little boys...NOW!!!

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