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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.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#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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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!

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Since: May 12

Houston

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

Rocky Mount, NC

#45713 Jan 1, 2014
Waco, read Jerry Robinson's articles about the petrodollar wars.
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#45714 Jan 1, 2014
waco1909 wrote:
Democrats end tax write offs for charitable donations.Another proud moment for the tolerant, diverse party!
You mean the Tea Party is not for a plan that will help put our financial house in order? Hasn't that been their premise and reason for existence since 2009? Should people only donate to charity to really help themselves to a tax deduction?
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45715 Jan 2, 2014
$1,000,000 in NC taxpayer money spent s far on litigation over the unconstitutional repubikan law attempting to steal Charlotte's Airport.

$100,000 in NC taxpayer money spent so far defending the ridiculous republican law legalizing possum dropping.

$94,000in NC taxpayer money spent so far reimbursing ALE officer Ledford fired by McCrory administration for being democrat . Then Ledford had to be rehired as ordered by the courts.

Republkans raising taxes on working people so they can give tax breaks to the rich.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#45716 Jan 2, 2014
State of Florida wrote:
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You mean the Tea Party is not for a plan that will help put our financial house in order? Hasn't that been their premise and reason for existence since 2009? Should people only donate to charity to really help themselves to a tax deduction?
Can't say what the Tea Party thinks.In this area, I think charitable donations should always be encouraged.When I was homeless, donations from ordinary people kept me alive.Thank God for those good people.As for me, I like the charity espoused by Susan Sarandon, where a donation buys a family a cow or goat,a gift that keeps on giving milk and cheese.What about you?
waco1909

Buffalo, NY

#45717 Jan 2, 2014
I'm a lover and a necromancer{:>(|)

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Since: May 12

Houston

#45718 Jan 2, 2014
We could save tons of money by cutting ALL SOCIAL SERVICES, all DEFENSE SPENDING, all INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING, all LAW ENFORCEMENT and FIRE DEPARTMENT spending, and every other expenditure.That would balance the old budget pretty swiftly.How about that, STATE? You onboard? We could call it the"EVERY PERSON FOR THEMSELVES BUDGET"! Catchy title, don't you think? Sort of an"all for none, none for all"system.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#45719 Jan 2, 2014
Maybe we could sell ourselves to the billionaires for a period of seven years or so, like in the old days,we could call it"indentured servitude", hell they own us all, anyway.Make it official! Democrats could "serve" the democrat billionaires, republicans could "serve" the republican billionaires! Isn't that what we're already doing? They buy the politicians, they buy advertising to sway public opinion, they buy lobbyists, they own the courts, lets do away with the hypocrisy.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#45720 Jan 2, 2014
Republican Paul Ryan has embarked on a listening and learning tour of poor communities across America.He has been shocked by what he has seen, especially regarding the"working poor".Fifty million Americans live, and work, in poverty.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45721 Jan 2, 2014
So Paul gets to be 44 years old and is "suddenly shocked, shocked" to find that the working poor are and have always been having a tough time. Damn. who would have thought? So heartlessly voting against unemployment benefits for the unemployed poor who cannot find jobs and giving more tax breaks to the rich is a solution? I am throwing the BS flag on Paul.. He is full of it.
waco1909 wrote:
Republican Paul Ryan has embarked on a listening and learning tour of poor communities across America.He has been shocked by what he has seen, especially regarding the"working poor".Fifty million Americans live, and work, in poverty.
TSF

Rocky Mount, NC

#45722 Jan 2, 2014
That is exactly what will happen when other nations abandon our petrodollars scheme and start using another commodity for oil purchases. How much do you think all those paper dollars backed by nothing but promises will be worth then? Why do you think we really invaded Iraq and Afghanistan? Why do you think we send tons of money and military personnel and supplies to Arab nations?
waco1909 wrote:
We could save tons of money by cutting ALL SOCIAL SERVICES, all DEFENSE SPENDING, all INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING, all LAW ENFORCEMENT and FIRE DEPARTMENT spending, and every other expenditure.That would balance the old budget pretty swiftly.How about that, STATE? You onboard? We could call it the"EVERY PERSON FOR THEMSELVES BUDGET"! Catchy title, don't you think? Sort of an"all for none, none for all"system.
TSF

Fremont, NC

#45723 Jan 3, 2014
Thom Tillis wants to raise taxes on working people (YOU) so he can give more tax breaks to the rich. That is why the rich Koch brothers have already spent 4.2 million dollars attacking Kay Hagan in hopes that their puppet Tillis can be elected to the US senate.
Taxpayer

Rougemont, NC

#45724 Jan 3, 2014
They Are Unable To Manage Their State.
They Set unreal Goals then quit.
They subscribe to "The Secret" blame game.
They limit their beliefs about Life and Money.
They choose Bad Mentors.
They are controlled by fear of failure.
They try to reinvent the wheel.
They are lousy at business because they do not take the time to learn.
They are uncomfortable with working long hours.
They slave away for a paycheck, then wine for more instead of making themselves worth more.
The list is in less. It comes down to one main thing they do not want to use the minds to improve their situation they are lame and lazy. They just look for a hand out.
Taxpayer

Rougemont, NC

#45725 Jan 3, 2014
TSF wrote:
Thom Tillis wants to raise taxes on working people (YOU) so he can give more tax breaks to the rich. That is why the rich Koch brothers have already spent 4.2 million dollars attacking Kay Hagan in hopes that their puppet Tillis can be elected to the US senate.
You would raise taxes to give to the freeloaders.
State of Florida

Taylorsville, NC

#45726 Jan 3, 2014
Taxpayer wrote:
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You would raise taxes to give to the freeloaders.
You mean the legislators? Hell no!
Ben

Greer, SC

#45727 Jan 3, 2014

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