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fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#28381 Oct 25, 2013
how are you libbys liken it so far ? am i doing a good job ? you want some more ?
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#28382 Oct 25, 2013
page back one libbys. i want you to see how relentless i am.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#28383 Oct 25, 2013
you bad mouthed bush for what 16 years now ?? and you cowardly worms are still doing it. now its my turn. how you like it ? huh ?
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#28384 Oct 25, 2013
obamas a piece of chit. and you know it. yet you still sing his praises. CLONES.
George

United States

#28385 Oct 25, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
I have already told about the US getting caught spying on 34 world leaders in cluding our allies. If you think that does not have an effect......Brazil has cancelled their contrat with Boeing for fighter jets. Plus you pissed off our closest allie in England. Obama is doing more damage then good. And is the screwed up healthcare is his greatest accomplishment, then we are all in trouble.
Obama has made enemies out of everyone. The American people, our closest allies, everyone now distrusts the American government because of Obamas illegal spying. Someone needs to tell Obama you dont spy on your friends, you spy on the ENEMY. And if he considers all he has been spying on the enemy, then the only one he trusts is himself. He deserve to be impeached for these illegal acts or the entire world will no longer trust us. I still wonder how much money has been made and by who through their illegal corporate espionage. The US media doesnt mention it but others do. Obama has been spying on major world corporations and their management. Just like spying on the American people and our allies, it has NOTHING to do with terrorism.
George

United States

#28387 Oct 25, 2013
I think the president has more important things to worry about then more campaigning. Good grief.
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After hiatus, Obama returns to campaign mode in NY
Associated Press
By JOSH LEDERMAN 1 hour ago

NEW YORK (AP)— Regrouping with Democrats after a bitter fiscal fight, President Barack Obama on Friday cast the recent spending-and-debt standoff with Congress as "a symptom of a larger challenge" but one offering Democrats the chance to show voters the virtues of their vision for government ahead of the 2014 midterm elections.

After putting politics on hold as a showdown with Congress forced the government to shut down, Obama launched a six-week burst of fundraising for Democrats with a pair of top-dollar events in New York.
George

United States

#28389 Oct 25, 2013
I wonder why we are broke?!?

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In 2014, it will cost an average of an eye-popping $2.1 million for every U.S. troop serving in Afghanistan, according to a report from the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA).
To put this in context, the report, which analyzed the Pentagon's budget, found that from 2008 to 2013, the per-troop cost was roughly $1.3 million.
George

United States

#28390 Oct 25, 2013
Seems there is ALWAYS plenty of money for the war machine no matter how much in debt we are. No money so we must slash food stamps, Medicare, Social Security, but money for more weapons? Hell yeah, we have tons of money. This country needs to adjust its priorities.
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Washington (AFP)- Boeing and Lockheed Martin said Friday they have teamed up to bid for a new $55 BILLION US Air Force bomber program.
RHytonen

Charleston, WV

#28391 Oct 25, 2013
Jesse Johnson - the ONLY non-corporate candidate.
is in the ONLY NONCORPORATE PARTY - The Mountain Party takes NO CORPORATE MONEY.

This country is being RULED by Corporations FOR THEIR PROFIT, and to our detriment - and that must STOP.

Government helping corporations (like Wall Street Gamblers, Price Speculators, and Oil and Gas Extractionist/Exporters)and BOTH PARTIES making laws to help and protect them stealing individual working citizens' money and our resources, is the texbook definition of FASCISM.

500,000 Americans died in Europe to stop it in other countries, and we now need do do whatever is necessary to STOP IT HERE.
George

United States

#28392 Oct 25, 2013
RHytonen wrote:
This country is being RULED by Corporations FOR THEIR PROFIT, and to our detriment - and that must STOP.
Government helping corporations (like Wall Street Gamblers, Price Speculators, and Oil and Gas Extractionist/Exporters)and BOTH PARTIES making laws to help and protect them stealing individual working citizens' money and our resources, is the texbook definition of FASCISM.
500,000 Americans died in Europe to stop it in other countries, and we now need do do whatever is necessary to STOP IT HERE.
This part is very true and it is exactly what is wrong with this country. That is why we need to ban lobbying and make all elections publicly financed. Take away the money and wow what a different country we would have. The rich would stop at nothing to keep their grip on power, it would get ugly real fast if we even tried to take the money out. The politicians are the ones who would need to change the laws tot ake the money out, and since they are bribed and gretly benefit, they will never do it. We will have to sidestep the politicians and put it on a national ballot or it will never happen.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#28393 Oct 25, 2013
You do not need to side step the politians. Just vote them out and vote for real people. If they do not do the job, then vote them out. Set real term limits to reduce career politians.
George

United States

#28394 Oct 25, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
You do not need to side step the politians. Just vote them out and vote for real people. If they do not do the job, then vote them out. Set real term limits to reduce career politians.
People say that all the time but nothing ever changes and never will until the money is taken out of politics.. Politicians can easily change the laws and ban lobbying and change campaign finance laws but they will NEVER do it. They have been bribed not to and they are paid well. Politicians will say they support changing the laws but once elected nothing gets done, ever. The only way to change it in reality is to put it on a national ballot and force them to do it. They have been bought and paid for and make alot of money just they way it is, and any promise to change it is just another empty campaign promise.
George

United States

#28395 Oct 25, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
You do not need to side step the politians. Just vote them out and vote for real people. If they do not do the job, then vote them out. Set real term limits to reduce career politians.
Also, it takes a moajority to change the laws that need changed. EVen if you elect a few good people who are willing to change them, they are outnumbered by greedy scumbags only wanting to line their pockets, just like our current set of "leaders".
George

United States

#28396 Oct 25, 2013
We cant the American people get together and put something on a national ballot, whatever the issue, and force changes we all know the politicians will never do? Like banning lobbyist, campaign finance reform, salary cuts for Congress, forcing them to have the same health care choices as we do, term limits, no more foreign aid. etc etc> These are things I have no dount the vast majority of Americans support, but our politicians will not make the changes we ask for. We need to do it ourself and put them in their place.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#28397 Oct 25, 2013
George.....Americans can not stick together because the politians have already divided them. There are too many lazy sheeple on both sides who can not think on their own.
D Ray

Lewisburg, WV

#28398 Oct 25, 2013
georgey porgy puddin pie I did ya momma in the butt!!! Ohh yeah your sister watched and joined in!!
George

United States

#28399 Oct 25, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
George.....Americans can not stick together because the politians have already divided them. There are too many lazy sheeple on both sides who can not think on their own.
I bet they would stick together on those issues if they were put on a national ballot. I know what you are saying and you are correct, that is why we must sidestep politicians and political parties and lets all vote on it. Just because we are a republic doesnt mean we cant make changes through a direct vote on certain issues.
exil

Charleston, WV

#28400 Oct 25, 2013
You are so right George. It makes me so mad they are talking about spending millions to change the military's uniforms. Yet when it comes to cuts they always what to hit the services men and women first. Take away pay which most of them have to have food stamps to help feed their families. Also all the Vet's., that are always being hit with cuts. This is terrible they are and have been defending OUR Country so we can all be FREE. They are risking their lives and suffering injuries. But does our Leaders care Hell No! They only want to fill their pockets. A Shame!!
George

United States

#28401 Oct 25, 2013
D Ray wrote:
georgey porgy puddin pie I did ya momma in the butt!!! Ohh yeah your sister watched and joined in!!
Clean your room and go to bed before mom catches you on the computer.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#28405 Oct 26, 2013
There was little in the findings for the GOP to feel good about. The party’s image has sunk to an all-time low in Post-ABC surveys, with 32 percent of the public saying they have a favorable opinion and 63 percent saying they have an unfavorable view. Almost four in 10 Americans have a strongly unfavorable view of the GOP.
The tea party fares just as badly. Barely a quarter of the public has a favorable image of the movement, the lowest rating in Post-ABC polling.
That's all I have to say. lol

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