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Coinky Dink

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#1179 Feb 20, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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You do realize that the recession started in 2007, right? Even Fox News will tell you that, so it must be fact.
Democrats took over Congress in January 2007. Imagine that!

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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#1180 Feb 20, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Was that before or after 76.9% of the voting public wanted Bush's head on a stick?
Don't know, don't care.

All I know is that you should get off of Obama's "gonna blame Bush for all my failures" band-wagon, if for no other reason than for your own sanity and credibility.
Nippley Snipply

Rochester, NY

#1181 Feb 20, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Quite the snippy comeback - who does your material? Uncle Milty?
You do realize that when they tell you to stop sniffing glue, they aren't talking about Elmer's, right?
I do enjoy slapping you around and making you call me daddy. Glue is for amateurs and Lindsey Lohan. Pour me some Vodka, not the cheap imitations stuff and we'll talk and bust balls. You are a well meaning bleeding heart pseudo-intellectual, you've got a bit of moxie or the next best thing to it. It is fun to have fun but you have to know how. If someone is a big fan of Chicago style politics, then of course they will be in love with the man-child community aggravator pretending to be President. If, on the other hand, you are someone that would rather see the Nation succeed and not rot and fall to ruin, I suppose one would not be such a sycophant idolator. Reagan harped on Carter's faults for a little bit, but he moved on and did not continually blame Carter for the things that went wrong. Barack Hussain Obama keeps wailing and gnashing his teeth about how bad Bush was and how it is still all Bush's fault. Bush sucked by many standards, but all blame does not lay at his feet. Obama should be doing the right things, but he is not.

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#1182 Feb 20, 2013
dragoon70056 wrote:
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Don't know, don't care.
All I know is that you should get off of Obama's "gonna blame Bush for all my failures" band-wagon, if for no other reason than for your own sanity and credibility.
I'm suprised you haven't blamed Obama for the 3.2 million job surplus left over from 2012.

Oh wait - that's 3.2 million in only Democratic-run states, right?

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#1183 Feb 20, 2013
Nippley Snipply wrote:
<quoted text>I do enjoy slapping you around and making you call me daddy. Glue is for amateurs and Lindsey Lohan. Pour me some Vodka, not the cheap imitations stuff and we'll talk and bust balls. You are a well meaning bleeding heart pseudo-intellectual, you've got a bit of moxie or the next best thing to it. It is fun to have fun but you have to know how. If someone is a big fan of Chicago style politics, then of course they will be in love with the man-child community aggravator pretending to be President. If, on the other hand, you are someone that would rather see the Nation succeed and not rot and fall to ruin, I suppose one would not be such a sycophant idolator. Reagan harped on Carter's faults for a little bit, but he moved on and did not continually blame Carter for the things that went wrong. Barack Hussain Obama keeps wailing and gnashing his teeth about how bad Bush was and how it is still all Bush's fault. Bush sucked by many standards, but all blame does not lay at his feet. Obama should be doing the right things, but he is not.
The only thing you enjoy slapping around, Sammy is little Sammy.(audience laughter) Now, get off the internet and go out and get a job - and in your spare time, figure out who (audience laughter) the clueless GOP is going to nominate in 2012. A nation of commedians is awaiting your answer.(audience laughter)

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#1184 Feb 20, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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The only thing you enjoy slapping around, Sammy is little Sammy.(audience laughter) Now, get off the internet and go out and get a job - and in your spare time, figure out who (audience laughter) the clueless GOP is going to nominate in 2012. A nation of commedians is awaiting your answer.(audience laughter)
Sammy? I thought that was Purple Gurl?

Heck- we're probably BOTH right!(audience stands and delivers!)

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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#1185 Feb 20, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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I'm suprised you haven't blamed Obama for the 3.2 million job surplus left over from 2012.
Oh wait - that's 3.2 million in only Democratic-run states, right?
Job surplus? LoL.

I'll blame whomever associated that terminology with Obama for splitting my sides with laughter.

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#1186 Feb 20, 2013
dragoon70056 wrote:
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Job surplus? LoL.
I'll blame whomever associated that terminology with Obama for splitting my sides with laughter.
Laugh all you want, but it isn't hilarious when companies got to ship these jobs overseas, now is it?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-bridgeland...

From the BLS:

Over the 2010-20 decade, 54.8 million total job openings are expected.

(See table 9.) While growth will lead to many openings, more than half--61.6 percent--will come from the need to replace workers who retire or otherwise permanently leave an occupation.

-- In 4 out of 5 occupations, openings due to replacement needs exceed the number due to growth. Replacement needs are expected in every occupation, even in those that are declining.

-- More than two-thirds of all job openings are expected to be in occupations that typically do not need postsecondary education for entry.
-- Eighteen of the 30 occupations with the largest number of projected total job openings are classified as typically needing less than a postsecondary education and needing short-term on-the-job training.

http://bls.gov/news.release/ecopro.nr0.htm

This decade is already 25% gone.

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#1187 Feb 20, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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The only thing you enjoy slapping around, Sammy is little Sammy.(audience laughter) Now, get off the internet and go out and get a job - and in your spare time, figure out who (audience laughter) the clueless GOP is going to nominate in 2012. A nation of commedians is awaiting your answer.(audience laughter)
Wow...you were given the chance and you chose this comeback..

not good..

the fact that ferryman is all over it with rubbin' your rhubarb should tell ya that..

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#1188 Feb 21, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Laugh all you want, but it isn't hilarious when companies got to ship these jobs overseas, now is it?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-bridgeland...
From the BLS:
Over the 2010-20 decade, 54.8 million total job openings are expected.
(See table 9.) While growth will lead to many openings, more than half--61.6 percent--will come from the need to replace workers who retire or otherwise permanently leave an occupation.
-- In 4 out of 5 occupations, openings due to replacement needs exceed the number due to growth. Replacement needs are expected in every occupation, even in those that are declining.
-- More than two-thirds of all job openings are expected to be in occupations that typically do not need postsecondary education for entry.
-- Eighteen of the 30 occupations with the largest number of projected total job openings are classified as typically needing less than a postsecondary education and needing short-term on-the-job training.
http://bls.gov/news.release/ecopro.nr0.htm
This decade is already 25% gone.
LoL. Kind of sounds like "Since Obama wasn't able to create any jobs during his first term, we're going to give him credit for creating jobs in the future, even though he really has nothing to do with it."

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#1189 Feb 21, 2013
dragoon70056 wrote:
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LoL. Kind of sounds like "Since Obama wasn't able to create any jobs during his first term, we're going to give him credit for creating jobs in the future, even though he really has nothing to do with it."
He may have little to do with the job situation as you say; however, the employment situation is going to get worse as more and more Baby Boomer Generation retires over the next 10 years. BB's make up 70% of the business leadership in this country - and the Gen Xer's don't want any part of those jobs, content rather to ride out the storm in middle management or below. The job surplus is going to only grow from here on out.

Automotive transplant companies are already requiring college degrees for assemblers now.

America's problem isn't no jobs - it's no workers.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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Arcadia, LA.

#1190 Feb 21, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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He may have little to do with the job situation as you say; however, the employment situation is going to get worse as more and more Baby Boomer Generation retires over the next 10 years. BB's make up 70% of the business leadership in this country - and the Gen Xer's don't want any part of those jobs, content rather to ride out the storm in middle management or below. The job surplus is going to only grow from here on out.
Automotive transplant companies are already requiring college degrees for assemblers now.
America's problem isn't no jobs - it's no workers.
Not to worry. Once Obama care goes into full effect, those jobs will be history anyway.

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#1191 Feb 21, 2013
I hear they finally found something worthy of putting Obamas picture since it certainly couldn't be currency - welfare coupons.

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#1192 Feb 21, 2013
dragoon70056 wrote:
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Not to worry. Once Obama care goes into full effect, those jobs will be history anyway.
Ever think about changing that punch line?

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#1193 Feb 21, 2013
They finally found something worthy of putting Obamas picture on, it certainly couldn't be currency!
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http://wonkette.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/1...

The Republican “base” can’t decide if Barack Obama is a fancy educated Harvard elitist or a scary foreign Hawaiian Muslin from the Jungle or just a common fried-chicken & watermelon colored, on welfare.

http://wonkette.com/403583/gop-gals-make....M...

Barack Obama will be featured on the new food stamps for black people, redeemable for Kentucky Fried Chicken, watermelon, ribs and, uh, Kool Aid.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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#1194 Feb 21, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Ever think about changing that punch line?
No more than liberals have thought about changing their "blame Bush" punch line.

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#1195 Feb 21, 2013
dragoon70056 wrote:
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No more than liberals have thought about changing their "blame Bush" punch line.
I don't blame anything on Bush - afterall, you need to actually DO something, anything - to be blamed for something - and he did little.

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#1196 Feb 21, 2013
Thought # 2:

President Obama, in his inaugural address on Monday, will ask Americans to think small and lower their expectations.

“Our nation faces a series of enormous challenges and great opportunities,” a draft of his proposed remarks, obtained yesterday by this reporter, begins.

“Throughout our glorious history,” Mr. Obama evidently plans to say,“America has always risen to the moment, summoned the courage and the will to answer the challenge of the day, and emerged stronger and more vibrant. Not this time, baby.

“We face a stagnant economy, a growing wealth disparity that’s threatening to destroy our middle class and turn us into a third world country, an enormous deficit, a rising tide of gun violence, and the very real danger of climate change. Time and again, throughout our history, in moments of great crisis, Americans have put aside our differences, rolled up our sleeves, and worked together to solve our problems. Our hard work, our ingenuity, our selfless devotion to our fellow citizens, have made us the strongest, most successful nation in history, and the envy of the world.

“That was then, this is now.

“Let’s face it. The myopic Republican bozos in Congress can’t see past the next debt ceiling fight. My new cabinet is a bunch of party apparatchiks and loyalists from my inner circle with no real agenda but protecting my rear end. If you honestly believe that either group could solve an easy Sudoku puzzle, much less the national debt, I’ve got a solar panel company you can buy cheap.

“I’ve got about a year and a half before I’m a complete lame duck with no clout at all, and it’s pretty clear I’m going to spend that entire time bogged down in endless fights with those morons in the House over a bunch of idiotic self-imposed budgetary crises, with zero chance of addressing important stuff like energy independence, reforming our education system or saving the planet from global warming.

“As you know, I came into this office four years ago with high hopes and grand dreams, hopes and dreams you once shared, but as a very perceptive woman once said,‘How’s that hopey changey thing working out for ya?’ I think we all know the answer.

“So, today, I ask all Americans, rich and poor, Democrat and Republican, whatever your religion or ethnic background, to join with me in forgetting about leaders with vision, a government that actually functions, a Washington that works for you and not just for moneyed interests. Do not dream of a better world, a safer planet, or a brighter future for our children, at least not any time soon.

“Maybe some day, in the distant future, a future we cannot see from here, things will change, and the partisan gridlock that seems permanent now will somehow evaporate and we will magically return to the kind of functioning democracy our founding fathers envisioned. Perhaps Hillary can do something in 2016.

“But it’s probably not going to happen on my watch. Get used to it.

“God bless you, and God bless America.”

“....VETS”

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#1197 Feb 21, 2013
the American worker is sending the jobs out

If I can get an alien to care for my garden for $5 and hour you the American wants $10 ....

wonder who gets the job... and NAFTA a Clinton
event

techs are eliminating jobs at a record pace

and the children who have a red plastic cup in one hand a ping/pong ball in the other with his/her tongue out going aaaaaaaaaaaaaagh

and come away from a $20,000 year education with a degree in beer pong

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#1198 Feb 21, 2013
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
They finally found something worthy of putting Obamas picture on, it certainly couldn't be currency!
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http://wonkette.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/1...
The Republican “base” can’t decide if Barack Obama is a fancy educated Harvard elitist or a scary foreign Hawaiian Muslin from the Jungle or just a common fried-chicken & watermelon colored, on welfare.
http://wonkette.com/403583/gop-gals-make....M...
Barack Obama will be featured on the new food stamps for black people, redeemable for Kentucky Fried Chicken, watermelon, ribs and, uh, Kool Aid.
Ever occur to you that the word "Muslin" is a loosely woven fabric not a religion?

If you're going to "act" like a beer-drinkin', rootin'-tootin,' redneck racist, then maybe you should complete that 3rd grade remedial spelling course first.

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