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Ben

Greer, SC

#45693 Dec 30, 2013
TSF wrote:
You can not admit that GAINING 200,000 jobs per month is better than LOSING 818,000 per month because a black democrat is president and his policy changes are responsible. Pathetic. I am glad the economy is slowly improving from the republikan depression and that jobs are growing . I would be happy if had been a green republican alien who got us out of the republican crash. Republikan drunk drivers crash the economy and then complain for 5 years that it isn't being repaired fast enough. Typical. Next thing you will claim is that Obamacare caused the republican depression in 2008.. This constant whining and pessimism is getting tedious. I will pay attention to the republikans when they come up with solutions instead of complaints about how imperfect things are.
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First of all, did you really just bring RACE into the conversation?? Bigot. Second, exactly, what Obama policies are you talking about? EXACTLY. I do mean EXACTLY the policy you are talking about. Think long and hard while I go do a little research.
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#45694 Dec 30, 2013
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>First of all, did you really just bring RACE into the conversation?? Bigot. Second, exactly, what Obama policies are you talking about? EXACTLY. I do mean EXACTLY the policy you are talking about. Think long and hard while I go do a little research.
You can read posts all over Topix and hear it in your day to day life where Obama is called all kind of monkey names, although I don't think I have ever seen any from you, but yes, race in that fact that he is the first black President is a factor with many Republicans, whether you like to admit it or not. If you are honest, you have seen and heard these monkey references, too.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#45695 Dec 30, 2013
On the other hand, any honest critical remark about Obama's policies, often draws a"you're a racist"response from Obama supporters.We walk a fine line here, State.
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#45696 Dec 30, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
On the other hand, any honest critical remark about Obama's policies, often draws a"you're a racist"response from Obama supporters.We walk a fine line here, State.
Not me. If people disagree with policy, I never use the "you're a racist" line. It is just when they make obvious racists remarks that I use it. But, you know that you read and hear these racists remarks more often than not. You need to be honest here.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45697 Dec 30, 2013
Bigot? If hating stupidity makes one a bigot, I plead guilty.

Policy: Regulating Wall Street has done much to relieve the uncertainty caused by the likes of Enron, WorldCom, Madoff , etc. Stabilizing the banks and giving them direction to restore solvency helped establish a positive rate of climb out of the straight down nose dive republican economic tailspin.

Economic stabilization has prevented the total economic collapse set in motion by the republikans. Just the rescue of the auto industry was within itself a huge factor in reversing the domino collapse of our entire economy which started in 2008..

Winding down the imperialism in Iraq has saved huge expenditures in no bids contract to Chaney's KBR complex in logistics rip offs. Adopting a hard line stance against terrorists like Dubya Bush's friend, Osama Bin Laden, has served to lessen the tendency to take advantage of the US in all aspects including business.

Moving the US toward energy independence by promotion of biofuels, increased efficiency and energy production by solar, wind. geothermal has made us less dependent of foreign energy producers and reduced our trade deficit.. The USA is now a net exporter of refined products like gasoline, diesel and lubricants.
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>First of all, did you really just bring RACE into the conversation?? Bigot. Second, exactly, what Obama policies are you talking about? EXACTLY. I do mean EXACTLY the policy you are talking about. Think long and hard while I go do a little research.
Ben

Greer, SC

#45698 Dec 30, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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You can read posts all over Topix and hear it in your day to day life where Obama is called all kind of monkey names, although I don't think I have ever seen any from you, but yes, race in that fact that he is the first black President is a factor with many Republicans, whether you like to admit it or not. If you are honest, you have seen and heard these monkey references, too.
You know what, YOU may hear that kind of crap, but quite honestly, I, do not. I, don't really care for remarks made like that, because it is the OFFICE that deserves respect. The man is an employee.
Ben

Greer, SC

#45699 Dec 30, 2013
TSF wrote:
Bigot? If hating stupidity makes one a bigot, I plead guilty.
Policy: Regulating Wall Street has done much to relieve the uncertainty caused by the likes of Enron, WorldCom, Madoff , etc. Stabilizing the banks and giving them direction to restore solvency helped establish a positive rate of climb out of the straight down nose dive republican economic tailspin.
Economic stabilization has prevented the total economic collapse set in motion by the republikans. Just the rescue of the auto industry was within itself a huge factor in reversing the domino collapse of our entire economy which started in 2008..
Winding down the imperialism in Iraq has saved huge expenditures in no bids contract to Chaney's KBR complex in logistics rip offs. Adopting a hard line stance against terrorists like Dubya Bush's friend, Osama Bin Laden, has served to lessen the tendency to take advantage of the US in all aspects including business.
Moving the US toward energy independence by promotion of biofuels, increased efficiency and energy production by solar, wind. geothermal has made us less dependent of foreign energy producers and reduced our trade deficit.. The USA is now a net exporter of refined products like gasoline, diesel and lubricants.
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" Bigot: a person who strongly and unfairly dislikes other people, ideas, etc.: a bigoted person; especially : a person who hates or refuses to accept the members of a particular group (such as a racial or religious group)" Policy: thank you for pointing out: "Nearly half of Americans incorrectly think President Obama started the the bank bailout program, otherwise known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), a new poll shows.

Just 34 percent of Americans surveyed by the Pew Research Center correctly said that TARP was enacted by the Bush administration. Almost half -- 47 percent -- think Mr. Obama started the bank bailout, according to the survey, conducted July 1-5. There was no partisan divide on the issue.

The TARP program was created in 2008 to stabilize the financial system. The Treasury Department has committed more than $500 billion to more than 800 firms through the program. While Mr. Obama did not enact TARP, his administration has largely been responsible for administering it." CBS
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45700 Dec 30, 2013
Do you mean to say that CONGRESS controls ALL treasury expenditure allocations and that presidents merely ADMINISTER the directives of CONGRESS? Damn. Who would have thought. Oh, you mean that is how it is spelled out in the US constitution? Go figure.
Does that mean that all the republikans blaming Obama for running the USA into 17 trillion dollars in debt are FOS because CONGRESS did it? The truth finally is realized?
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>" Bigot: a person who strongly and unfairly dislikes other people, ideas, etc.: a bigoted person; especially : a person who hates or refuses to accept the members of a particular group (such as a racial or religious group)" Policy: thank you for pointing out: "Nearly half of Americans incorrectly think President Obama started the the bank bailout program, otherwise known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), a new poll shows.
Just 34 percent of Americans surveyed by the Pew Research Center correctly said that TARP was enacted by the Bush administration. Almost half -- 47 percent -- think Mr. Obama started the bank bailout, according to the survey, conducted July 1-5. There was no partisan divide on the issue.
The TARP program was created in 2008 to stabilize the financial system. The Treasury Department has committed more than $500 billion to more than 800 firms through the program. While Mr. Obama did not enact TARP, his administration has largely been responsible for administering it." CBS
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45701 Dec 30, 2013
I strongly and unfairly dislike stupidity.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#45702 Dec 30, 2013
TSF wrote:
I strongly and unfairly dislike stupidity.
I strongly dislike people who keep spending money like a drunken sailor.I dislike a president who so modifies the rules of engagement that it is costing American military lives needlessly.I dislike a president who lies about Obamacare to get it passed.I dislike being called"racist"if I dislike current presidential policy....I think Obama is a great guy, but a terrible president.
hole in the wall

Newark, NJ

#45703 Dec 30, 2013
Brainwashed obama lovers keep drinkin that kool aid......lmao
Ben

Greer, SC

#45704 Dec 30, 2013
TSF wrote:
Do you mean to say that CONGRESS controls ALL treasury expenditure allocations and that presidents merely ADMINISTER the directives of CONGRESS? Damn. Who would have thought. Oh, you mean that is how it is spelled out in the US constitution? Go figure.
Does that mean that all the republikans blaming Obama for running the USA into 17 trillion dollars in debt are FOS because CONGRESS did it? The truth finally is realized?
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You are raving again. Who mentioned Congress or the Constitution? You are mad because like other Democrats you didn't pay attention when TARP was CREATED. You are mad because your guy can't take the credit. Just smile and bare it.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45705 Dec 30, 2013
Smile. If I were to bare it, I might be arrested for insufficient exposure.
Ben wrote:
<quoted text>You are raving again. Who mentioned Congress or the Constitution? You are mad because like other Democrats you didn't pay attention when TARP was CREATED. You are mad because your guy can't take the credit. Just smile and bare it.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45706 Dec 30, 2013
I strongly object to slandering drunken sailors by comparing them to the US congress. All the drunken sailors in history have not spent as much as congress gives away to the rich each year. It is easy to modify the rules of engagement when your ass isn't on the line. I don't think you are a racist for opposing policies of the president. I think Obama has generally been a good president---- until the Obamacare rollout which was completely FUBAR. Giving the no bid programming contract of the roll out to a Canadian company

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U Ben Had
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> I strongly dislike people who keep spending money like a drunken sailor.I dislike a president who so modifies the rules of engagement that it is costing American military lives needlessly.I dislike a president who lies about Obamacare to get it passed.I dislike being called"racist"if I dislike current presidential policy....I think Obama is a great guy, but a terrible president.
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#45707 Dec 30, 2013
TSF wrote:
Smile. If I were to bare it, I might be arrested for insufficient exposure.
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LOL....
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45708 Dec 31, 2013
What I cannot understand is why republikans are not blaming Obama for the declining deficit, increasing tax receipts and reduced spending..
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#45709 Dec 31, 2013
TSF wrote:
What I cannot understand is why republikans are not blaming Obama for the declining deficit, increasing tax receipts and reduced spending..
Most of them don't even know it. Even if they did, they would just deny it anyhow.
rock

Franklin, NC

#45710 Jan 1, 2014
State of Florida wrote:
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Are you trying to make it a racial thing when it is really an "evil" thing? I am outraged when a black person kills a white, or when a white kills a black.......or anybody of any race is murdered senselessly or kills for no reason. There are people of all races who are sick, maladjusted and who do unthinkable cruel acts. That is the reality. This was a very horrible event. What is your point?
It seems pretty clear what's being said florida person.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#45711 Jan 1, 2014
TSF wrote:
I strongly object to slandering drunken sailors by comparing them to the US congress. All the drunken sailors in history have not spent as much as congress gives away to the rich each year. It is easy to modify the rules of engagement when your ass isn't on the line. I don't think you are a racist for opposing policies of the president. I think Obama has generally been a good president---- until the Obamacare rollout which was completely FUBAR. Giving the no bid programming contract of the roll out to a Canadian company I
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U Ben Had
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You are in the process of BEING had.Learn to love it.Thank goodness for the republican sequester! If that hadn't been. forced on the democrats, spending would NEVER come down!

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#45712 Jan 1, 2014
Democrats end tax write offs for charitable donations.Another proud moment for the tolerant, diverse party!

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