Hillary mag cover 'deeply weird'

Hillary mag cover 'deeply weird'

There are 228 comments on the News Radio 710 WPMI-AM story from Jan 23, 2014, titled Hillary mag cover 'deeply weird'. In it, News Radio 710 WPMI-AM reports that:

That's an understatement. It depicts Hillary as a planet and the type explains that the story is about her "gravitational pull" on the 2016 election.

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Cat74

Naperville, IL

#159 Jan 31, 2014
Don't you think people would know if there was a recovery? Don't you think unemployment would be closer to 4% then 8% if there was a real recovery? Don't you think people would be buying big ticket items, cars, refrigerators, stoves, etc. if we were in a recovery? You can't be that stupid. Reality is we are as bad off as we were in the Great Depression except in the great depression there were no government handouts to the tune of billions of dollars. You might get away with blaming President Bush for the depression for 3 or 4 years, but we are in the 6th year of Obama's reign, and now it is his economy, and it is a real mess.
Ronald Reagan

Findlay, OH

#161 Feb 1, 2014
Liberals R Defective wrote:
My favorite progressive talking point when it comes to the economy is their "corporate greed" mantra. If all those "evil" corporations are "stealing" the poor' s money, how in the hell could there be an economic recovery? The Kenyan's regime has only made his Wall Street donors rich, along with his pick and choose crony capitalists. That ain't a recovery, that's criminal activity.
It's not that our liberal friends are ignorant, it's just that they know so much that isn't so.
Cat74

Oswego, IL

#163 Feb 1, 2014
Corporate greed? Did you know Corporations hire most of the workers in this country? What about the greedy needy? What do they provide? More greedy little illegitimate mouths to feed. There is no shame in laying around with several men having children they will never raise. They are disgusting, and then they wonder why their children have no self esteem.
Parden Pard

Whitehall, PA

#166 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
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No kidding. Two things have been going up and up to unprecedented levels since about the mid 70s: Corporate profits and concentration of wealth.
While for the vast majority it's been flat or worse than flat, economically.
No extra diligence or risk taking or intelligence can account for these unequal trends. What accounts for it is a gaming of the system of how rewards are distributed, aided by peon tee baggrz who don't even know, for starters, that the earth is billions of years old.
Oh yeah sure! Wezz tea-baggers know for sure the the world is 6,000 yrs old.,,,and don give me no more sh$%^. Ask any holy rolling preach from down south,,he'll clue ya good.!

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#168 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
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No kidding. Two things have been going up and up to unprecedented levels since about the mid 70s: Corporate profits and concentration of wealth.
While for the vast majority it's been flat or worse than flat, economically.
No extra diligence or risk taking or intelligence can account for these unequal trends. What accounts for it is a gaming of the system of how rewards are distributed, aided by peon tee baggrz who don't even know, for starters, that the earth is billions of years old.
so you're saying we should take it from those that achieved it, and give it to those that didn't achieve it? theres a name for that idea.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Level 7

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#169 Feb 1, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
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so you're saying we should take it from those that achieved it, and give it to those that didn't achieve it? theres a name for that idea.
Compassion?

Level 7

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#171 Feb 1, 2014
Corporate greed erased the middle class, thru outsourcing their jobs....

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#173 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
<quoted text>
No cretin, I said the huge differences in change in outcomes over the past four decades or so cannot possibly be accounted for by greater intelligence, industry or risk taking of one, tiny cohort.
Can't you read?
What has happened is that they have set up a system to disproportionately enrich corporations and the rich, thereby taking the wealth from people who also played a major role in creating it.
Then I said that witless, average or low income tee baggrz run interference for this process of hijacking our political system.
Cretin? I haven't been called such a vile name since my honeymoon....who told you? You mentioned 'they' set up a system....who is 'they'? If you divvied it all up evenly, within a couple years the same folks would have it all, and the same folks would be broke, we got a lot of stupid people round here. Most of them vote Dem too. But they can't be expected to vote any other way, the Dems are the ones that send them free shit every month.

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#174 Feb 1, 2014
Marysville Ohio wrote:
<quoted text>I think the word he was looking for is "capitalism".
so you think taking something from somebody and giving it to somebody else is capitalism? What school and what pony tailed ex hippie professor sold you that pig in a poke?

From those according to their ability, to those, according to their needs. That has a good ring to it, you libs should go ahead and make it your official policy, too late to keep it a secret.

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#175 Feb 1, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Compassion?
compassion? you must be a golfer, every golfer likes the balls with the highest compassion, they go further.

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#176 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
<quoted text>
No cretin, I said the huge differences in change in outcomes over the past four decades or so cannot possibly be accounted for by greater intelligence, industry or risk taking of one, tiny cohort.
Can't you read?
What has happened is that they have set up a system to disproportionately enrich corporations and the rich, thereby taking the wealth from people who also played a major role in creating it.
Then I said that witless, average or low income tee baggrz run interference for this process of hijacking our political system.
'taking the wealth from people who played a major role in creating it' Nice, so you're saying that the blue collar guy that peels tires off the assembly line at Firestone should be rewarded greatly for the wealth he created? Or should Mr. Firestone, who put up all that money and puts up with all the silly govt rules and regs, and could lose it all if the union goes out? Its called Risk and Reward Rockefeller......take the risks, reap the rewards....otherwise just clock out for lunch and hurry back when its time for the line to restart.

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#177 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
<quoted text>
No cretin, I said the huge differences in change in outcomes over the past four decades or so cannot possibly be accounted for by greater intelligence, industry or risk taking of one, tiny cohort.
Can't you read?
What has happened is that they have set up a system to disproportionately enrich corporations and the rich, thereby taking the wealth from people who also played a major role in creating it.
Then I said that witless, average or low income tee baggrz run interference for this process of hijacking our political system.
you talk like one of those brilliant Yankees we run into every now and then, you know everything, and anybody you disagree with is an idiot. That's ok, just don't stop here on your way to Florida when you retire. They are set up for you down there, it's known as God's waiting room. And the yankee women, what is it with them? They all seem to be either Italian, with facial hair, mustaches and ginormous boobs, or hook nosed jewish princesses that whine all the time. they all talk so funny, how do you know what they are saying?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#179 Feb 1, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Compassion?
no, robbery.
and destruction of the will to succeed.

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#183 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
<quoted text>
Mongoloid, we are not talking about divvying up everything equally.
The statistics I referred to very clearly show astronomical gains in corporate profits and in wealth concentration for the already very rich, while everyone else has been more or less stagnant or showing small gains only. This has been a trend over the past four decades or so, worse at some time than others.
Now, we know what policies have caused this and who pushed them. It is no mystery who has been pushing the wealth concentrating tax policies. Or who has been funding the gutting of the social safety net and who has been doing the semi secret lobbying. I also directly mentioned the barely literate tee baggrz rank and file who regurgitate nonsense like yours, thereby enabling their own impoverishment.
Because you're so brain washed and limited, I'll repeat that this has nothing to do with enforcing equality. This has to do with disproportionate, always increasing gains for a small couple of cohorts, because they have learned how to rig the entire system to their disproportionate benefit.
yep, you were indoctrinated by a pony tailed ex hippie college professor, I can tell by the way you ramble and barely say anything... You may even be a pony tailed ex hippie college professor. FYI, I own stocks in some of them corporations you are slamming, and I like the way they make money for their shareholders. They all have huge legal depts. to make sure they are following the laws. We need them more than we need govt workers, union workers, and teachers unions. If you don't like the way it works, try north korea

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#184 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
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Try to read this time, cretin:
The industry and risk taking and intelligence of these tiny cohorts has not shot up relative to that of every else by many multiples over the past four decades.
Corporate profits and concentration of wealth have shot up relative to the standing of every else by many multiples over the past four decades.
That is what is meant by the "disproportionate."
At root, of course, you are unaware of the data showing the rise in corporate profits and the rise in concentration of wealth, as against the stagnation (relative, depending) for everyone and everything else.
I like concentration of wealth.....We need the haves, and we don't need the have nots. Which are you? We discuss this quite often at the two exclusive country clubs I belong to here in town.

Since: Oct 08

Tucker, GA

#185 Feb 1, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
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You are a backwater mouthbreather who doesn't know anything and doesn't want to know anything. All you can do is mis-characterize the arguments presented to you...and then rely on racist and anti Semitic stereotypes.
whats wrong with being racist, you boys up in filthydelphia could use a few racists. some of my best friends are jews, that's where I get my material, they know what goes on. As far as the backwater mouthbreather comment, I'll let that go. Tomorrow when I wake up, my breathing will still be there, and when you wake up, you'll still be in philadelphia

“Happiness comes through giving”

Level 7

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#187 Feb 1, 2014
Marysville Ohio wrote:
<quoted text>I think the word he was looking for is "capitalism".
I think not.

squeezers

“Deport them all deport Now”

Level 2

Since: Aug 13

The Woods

#189 Feb 2, 2014
America is at a all time low right know. Haven't you noticed? America has been going down hill sense the 60s but has accelerated after this dipshit obama. And Hillary wont be any better,
Truth

United States

#190 Feb 2, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
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Tobacco and alcohol kill a good three quarters of a million Americans every years, easy. Alcohol alone destroys tens of thousands of families every year.
The anti rational, stupid, mouthbreathing fundies and tee baggrz who live on denial regarding all things need to tote up some (imaginary) effects of marijuana which exceed those of legal drugs.
Then current marijuana laws would make sense.
The DEA honcho is apparently smoking crack himself. Or has an alcohol problem himself.
Actually, most of the tea party is for legalization.
Truth

United States

#191 Feb 2, 2014
Christaliban wrote:
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At least 40% of the US population "believes" the earth is thousands of years old.
And it's by and large not the Democratic or educated near half.
Your a globalist pawn.

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