New York Primary Election Sept 14: Wi...

New York Primary Election Sept 14: Will you vote?

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where is Heather

Cicero, NY

#12450 Oct 10, 2012
Where is Heather?
I need to learn more about this great Professor that remembers when the Democrats were a great party.
I want to learn how this Professor, that works at a high priced elite college, can justify the high price and selection process at the elite Hamilton College. I thought Democrats were for equality so why can't everyone go to Hamilton for FREE? My son will be going to college in a couple of years and I want him to benefit from an education at Hamilton. My son is an average student. Obama was a below average student and he got into Harvard, so why won't my sone be able to get into Hamilton. Obama had no money but some how he got into Columbia and Harvard. My son has no money so he sould be able to get into Hamilton.
NY Maniac

Fayetteville, NY

#12451 Oct 10, 2012
Well, seems to me that this thread has been relegated to a third grade classroom level and completely lost relevance. I see now why the forefathers didn't make this country a Democracy! Wise men...wise, wise men...

Since: Jul 12

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#12453 Oct 10, 2012
NY Maniac wrote:
Well, seems to me that this thread has been relegated to a third grade classroom level and completely lost relevance. I see now why the forefathers didn't make this country a Democracy! Wise men...wise, wise men...
Thanks for stopping by and raising the level of conversation
Teddy R

San Francisco, CA

#12454 Oct 10, 2012
Geoffy-John the SUNY Binghamton Sophomore wrote:
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It actually started to accelerate in the 1980's.
Do you know why?
http://wheresthefridge.files.wordpress.com/20...
That's a pretty sophomoric post, Bingo-Boy.

Do you have any serious and objective (i.e., non-ideologically biased) views on what the root causal factors are behind changes in US income distribution 1980-present?

Or are you just more interested in flinging poo at from your leftist class warrior ideological cage, for your own amusement?
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#12455 Oct 10, 2012
NY Maniac wrote:
Well, seems to me that this thread has been relegated to a third grade classroom level and completely lost relevance. I see now why the forefathers didn't make this country a Democracy! Wise men...wise, wise men...
all the college young republicans now spamming the boards....

they'll all disappear after nov 6.
Teddy R

San Francisco, CA

#12456 Oct 10, 2012
De Oppresso Liber wrote:
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It started with the "Great Society", muting the "American Dream" and creating the extrapolated entitlement plantation with the democrats as the plantation masters. The enablers of the disintegrating family structure, particular in the minority community, government was to become the absentee "Father", it will take at least a generation to restore the human dignity taken by failed social engineering of the progressives, who always think they know what's best for other people, just like your "highness", obama, like socialism, doomed to fail.
"I observed in different countries that the more public provisions were made for the poor, the less they provided for themselves
and of course became poorer. And, on the contrary, the less was done for them, the more they did for themselves, and became richer."

- Benjamin Franklin
Chris Grant

Grand Island, NY

#12457 Oct 10, 2012
NY Maniac wrote:
Well, seems to me that this thread has been relegated to a third grade classroom level and completely lost relevance. I see now why the forefathers didn't make this country a Democracy! Wise men...wise, wise men...
This thread actually "lost it's relevance" on Sept. 15th 2010 after the primary was over.

Everything since then has been thread hijacking and trolling by people too lazy to start new threads.
Why

Cicero, NY

#12459 Oct 10, 2012
Question is why you are still reading and posting to it?

Are you begging for some attention because the threads you post to are ignored? Must be because you are a very boring person.
Chris Grant wrote:
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This thread actually "lost it's relevance" on Sept. 15th 2010 after the primary was over.
Everything since then has been thread hijacking and trolling by people too lazy to start new threads.

morality

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#12462 Oct 10, 2012
Benny Topdog wrote:
<quoted text> I have no problem with your rosary beads if it makes you feel closer to God and Jesus have at it. I am not going to offend you or mock you for that belief even though I may see no purpose or point for it. Our church is about supporting and enhancing our members individual walk with God and we consider our relationship with him very sacred. Some things we do just to please him and he wants us to keep some things just between us, just like you would do for anyone you had a very personal and close relationship with.
I'm not mocking anyone.
Do you want me to explain about the rosary beads??
The rosary beads are not a secret like the magic underwear is.
Tell us about these magical underwear.
Are they made with special material, by special people, can they be made in china? are the special or magic cause some preyed over them after like the Jews do with milk and meat?
Chris Grant

Grand Island, NY

#12463 Oct 10, 2012
Why wrote:
Question is why you are still reading and posting to it?
Are you begging for some attention because the threads you post to are ignored? Must be because you are a very boring person.
<quoted text>
This is the first time I have ever read or posted in this thread however it seems to be your social outlet. I pity you.
Really

Cicero, NY

#12464 Oct 10, 2012
I never said anything about her or her wealth so I guess you can't read. In fact I never said anything about Heather at all except that I wanted her to define FAIR.
Haaaaaw wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong dumbass. If you knew her you would know her folks have more money than half your county they don't take handouts from anyone. They give millions to the poor a year do you? Seriously you shouldn't open your face when you don't know how stupid the truth makes your comments look when all the facts are given. Ask her maybe she'll help your kid but he sounds pretty stupid and you don't seem like you will be able to help with that either!
Why

Cicero, NY

#12465 Oct 10, 2012
First time and you had to come back to read more? Never came here before yet now you are back for at least the second time? LOL
Chris Grant wrote:
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This is the first time I have ever read or posted in this thread however it seems to be your social outlet. I pity you.

morality

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#12466 Oct 10, 2012
Chris Grant wrote:
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This is the first time I have ever read or posted in this thread however it seems to be your social outlet. I pity you.
Are you Mr. T.??
Why

Cicero, NY

#12469 Oct 10, 2012
Such a boring post you need to keep coming back? LOL. You are a topix troll that everybody ignores.
Chris Grant wrote:
<quoted text> Are you a fool to be pitied?
shameless-li

Denver, CO

#12470 Oct 10, 2012
ron wrote:
WASHINGTON (Reuters)- A U.S. security officer twice asked his State Department superiors for more security agents for the American mission in Benghazi months before an attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, but he got no response.
The security for the Ambassador to Lybia was begging for help and Obama and Hillary REFUSED.
bbc news:
'Deadly' decisions
"As the 6 November presidential election looms, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has used the Libyan attack to criticise President Barack Obama.
In a speech on Monday, Mr Romney called the Benghazi incident an example of the Democratic president's foreign policy weakness.
A leading Republican on the oversight committee, Representative Jason Chaffetz, told Reuters that he thought the security decisions US officials made for the Benghazi mission had turned out to be "deadly" ones.
Mr Chaffetz said he suspected money and security contractors devoted to Iraq and Afghanistan had drained resources away from US diplomacy security in other parts of the world.
Democrats counter that Republicans are the ones that pushed for cuts in the security that they now deem insufficient.
A memo prepared by the committee's Democratic staff noted that House Republicans voted to reduce funding for embassy security by $459m (£286m) lower that the Obama administration requested.
Democratic staff allege that committee chair Darrell Issa and his staff have failed to consult them, refused to make witness available and withheld documents."
Republicans voted to reduce funding for embassy security by $459m, now that's shameful...
if there was more money, there would have been more security.
ron

Cicero, NY

#12471 Oct 10, 2012
You better go look at the news today, Obama lied about the attack, obama lied about the reason for the attack and even the state department says obama is lyingl
shameless-li wrote:
<quoted text>
bbc news:
'Deadly' decisions
"As the 6 November presidential election looms, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has used the Libyan attack to criticise President Barack Obama.
In a speech on Monday, Mr Romney called the Benghazi incident an example of the Democratic president's foreign policy weakness.
A leading Republican on the oversight committee, Representative Jason Chaffetz, told Reuters that he thought the security decisions US officials made for the Benghazi mission had turned out to be "deadly" ones.
Mr Chaffetz said he suspected money and security contractors devoted to Iraq and Afghanistan had drained resources away from US diplomacy security in other parts of the world.
Democrats counter that Republicans are the ones that pushed for cuts in the security that they now deem insufficient.
A memo prepared by the committee's Democratic staff noted that House Republicans voted to reduce funding for embassy security by $459m (£286m) lower that the Obama administration requested.
Democratic staff allege that committee chair Darrell Issa and his staff have failed to consult them, refused to make witness available and withheld documents."
Republicans voted to reduce funding for embassy security by $459m, now that's shameful...
if there was more money, there would have been more security.
ron

Cicero, NY

#12472 Oct 10, 2012
In his testimony to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, Lt Col Wood said the security situation deteriorated as Libya's situation remained uncertain. He was was in charge of a security support team at the US embassy in Tripoli.

"Diplomatic security remained weak. In April there was only one US diplomatic security agent stationed there," he said. "The RSO [regional security officer] struggled to obtain additional personnel there but was never able to attain the numbers he felt comfortable with."
ron

Cicero, NY

#12473 Oct 10, 2012
Interesting the LIES the liberals will post. Republicans in the House CANNOT reduce any spending as they only control 1/2 of the Congress and it takes both halves to pass a law. Also interesting because the Democrats in the Senate have not passed a budget in over 3 years. So Republicans had no way to cut funding, this is just another lie by desperate idiot Democrats.
Mike G

Whitesboro, NY

#12474 Oct 10, 2012
ron wrote:
In his testimony to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, Lt Col Wood said the security situation deteriorated as Libya's situation remained uncertain. He was was in charge of a security support team at the US embassy in Tripoli.
"Diplomatic security remained weak. In April there was only one US diplomatic security agent stationed there," he said. "The RSO [regional security officer] struggled to obtain additional personnel there but was never able to attain the numbers he felt comfortable with."
I have had enough of this president. I am a democrat and considering leaving this party this is a disaster!
ron

Cicero, NY

#12475 Oct 10, 2012
Proposed cuts for 2013 now are the reason for an attack in 2012? LOL

The Ambassador when calling the State Deparment for help should have called into the future because Obama was out to lunch.

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