OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

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Maddy

United States

#43892 Jun 18, 2013
I'd also add that the misogynist has more to lose than the homophobe. Females make up a larger proportion of the population than LGBTQs, and most misogynists either are having or want to have intimate relationships with women.
MistyGirl

United States

#43893 Jun 18, 2013
They can kiss that idea goodbye. What woman in her right mind wants to have sex with a woman hater! Since sex is only suppose to be for procreation can all the Republicans be castrated after they've procreated??? Or can we have them arrested for masturbating and wasting sperm? In the meantime, where's the jobs????
JAG

United States

#43894 Jun 18, 2013
WASHINGTON (Reuters)– A manager from a U.S. Internal Revenue Service office in Cincinnati where staffers have been accused of unfairly subjecting conservative groups to extra scrutiny has said his agents were not influenced by any political agenda.

John Shafer, who described himself as “a conservative Republican,” told congressional investigators he flagged the first application for tax-exempt status from a Tea Party-aligned group that he and a lower-level agent came across in February 2010 because it was a new, high-profile issue.

Asked if the lower-level agent sought to elevate the case to Washington because he disagreed with Tea Party politics, Shafer said that was not the case.

“We never, never discussed any political, personal aspirations whatsoever,” he said, according to a transcript of his testimony reviewed by Reuters on Tuesday.

The Shafer transcript was released by the top Democrat on the House of Representatives committee leading a probe of the IRS, Representative Elijah Cummings, who said it debunked the Republican “conspiracy theories” that Washington political figures played a role in the IRS scrutiny of the conservative groups.
Steve

United States

#43895 Jun 18, 2013
Where's there's smoke ... there's a House Republican tossing smoke bombs.
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#43896 Jun 18, 2013
In the past 24 hours, Obama has used the words "U.S. persons" instead of U.S. citizens.

Today, the gang of 8 and democrats shot down an amendment to the amnesty bill that said the border fence that Congress said should happen 7 years ago had to be built before allowing citizenship.

Reid said this bill has to be passed by Monday or Tuesday.

The majority of Americans want border security before anything else.

Any theories on why they are trying to hard to do this so fast?
Jangles

United States

#43897 Jun 18, 2013
What a shame for Issa, nothing worse than asking an honest person to testify. Such a shame that he didn't find a jerk wad tea party loser, all he found was an actual honest conservative who isn't driven by political bullshit.

As they cops say, move on along, now, folks, nothing left to see here, anymore.
Tio

United States

#43898 Jun 18, 2013
Leaks from the congressional investigation, now in its sixth week
Six weeks on the taxpayer's dime for a bullshit conspiracy theory. When are we going to get a congressional investigation into bullshit congressional investigations?
DoesntMatter

Perkins, OK

#43899 Jun 18, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
In the past 24 hours, Obama has used the words "U.S. persons" instead of U.S. citizens.

Today, the gang of 8 and democrats shot down an amendment to the amnesty bill that said the border fence that Congress said should happen 7 years ago had to be built before allowing citizenship.

Reid said this bill has to be passed by Monday or Tuesday.

The majority of Americans want border security before anything else.

Any theories on why they are trying to hard to do this so fast?
That should have said Obama has used that term twice in the past 24 hours
Dawn

United States

#43900 Jun 18, 2013
Looks like Issa is going to be having a tantrum over this revelation. I guess all the Republicans are going to have left is

Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi.
Dr Jones

United States

#43902 Jun 18, 2013
It’s official, paying decent wages and treating your employees properly makes better business sense and leads to higher profits. While their second biggest competitor, Walmart, only saw a 1.2% rise in year on sales, Costco’s most recent quarterly earnings report showed an 8% rate of growth in year on sales, a 5% rise in same-store sales, and an almost $70 million rise in membership fees.

With their foes operating in the same economy, what explains Costco’s profound success over their supposedly powerful competitors, especially Wal-mart?

Some might call me crazy, but I suspect that Wal-mart’s decision to pay its hourly employees minimum wage and cut back on its workforce while adding new stores is leading to lower employee moral, worker efficiency, and level of customer service. On the other hand, Costco pays employees well above the minimum wage, provides excellent benefits, offers their employees opportunities for promotion, and has high levels of employee morale.
Dr Jones

United States

#43903 Jun 18, 2013
Bloomberg BusinessWeek agrees:

“Wal-mart Stores has been cutting staff since the recession – and pallets of merchandise are piling up in its stockrooms as shelves go unfilled. In the past five years, the world’s largest retailer has added 455 US Wal-mart stores, a 13% increase, according to company filings in late January. In the same period, it’s total US workforce, which includes employees at its Sam’s Club warehouse stores, cut jobs by about 20,000, or 1.4%… A thinly spread workforce has other consequences: longer checkout lineless help about the store, and disorganization. Last month, Wal-mart placed last among department and pick discount stores in the American customer satisfaction index, the sixth year in a row that the company has either tied or taken the last spot. This dwindling level of customer service comes as Wal-mart hast touted it’s in-store experience to lure financially strained shoppers and to counter the threat from online rivals such as Amazon.com .”
Dr Jones

United States

#43904 Jun 18, 2013
Any honest assessment of low end retailers will reveal that putting workers in low-wage jobs that pay below sustenance hurts a companies bottom line. However, another very important aspect that is often ignored by the mainstream media is that it is the American taxpayer that subsidizes the profits of low-wage/benefits employers like Walmart, through food stamps and Medicaid. Wal-Mart’s poverty wages force employees to rely on $2.66 billion in government help every year, or about $420,000 per store. In state after state, Wal-Mart employees are the top recipients of Medicaid. As many as 80 percent of workers in Wal-Mart stores use food stamps. This costs the American taxpayer about $1 billion per year!

Progressives must do our part in ensuring that we share the truth about Wal-mart’s misguided and detrimental labor policies and shine a light on Cosco’s success story in order to sway public opinion and force companies to take more corporate social responsibility.
Stephen

United States

#43905 Jun 18, 2013
Pew Study that found the Republican party had grown in one demographic: younger, poorer, less educated whites. You know, the ones who make up a significant portion of the 70% of welfare customers.

Every time a Republican proposes a cut on the Welfare to ‘punish the takers’ they end up hurting the folks who voted for them.
Ironic, no?
Zane

United States

#43906 Jun 18, 2013
From post #43880-#43905 are all FAKE excluding

#43896,43899,43901.

I thought this was a much easy format to expose our village idiot Karen Janbaz on her FAKE posts she does using other people's names and Karen I will update the other thread on your activities.

to be continued....

:-)

LMAO...again!
Zane

United States

#43907 Jun 18, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
In the past 24 hours, Obama has used the words "U.S. persons" instead of U.S. citizens.
Today, the gang of 8 and democrats shot down an amendment to the amnesty bill that said the border fence that Congress said should happen 7 years ago had to be built before allowing citizenship.
Reid said this bill has to be passed by Monday or Tuesday.
The majority of Americans want border security before anything else.
Any theories on why they are trying to hard to do this so fast?
Oh, they see the public opinion turning quickly and they are desperate to finish their agenda and they must have illegals to cement their powerbase.
Zane

United States

#43908 Jun 18, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
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That should have said Obama has used that term twice in the past 24 hours
Because that is the next step to indoctrinate the public not to think of themselves as U.S. Citizens but as citizens of the world that reside in, not America... you will notice our country our national identity will eventually disappear...
Zane

United States

#43909 Jun 18, 2013
They don't want us to think of ourselves as Americans.
Daniel James

United States

#43910 Jun 18, 2013
Zane wrote:
From post #43880-#43905 are all FAKE excluding
#43896,43899,43901.
I thought this was a much easy format to expose our village idiot Karen Janbaz on her FAKE posts she does using other people's names and Karen I will update the other thread on your activities.
to be continued....
:-)
LMAO...again!
That's a crazy amount of fake posts in other people's names. Not a normal rational person this Karen Janbaz.
Boondock Saint

United States

#43911 Jun 19, 2013
Daniel James wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a crazy amount of fake posts in other people's names. Not a normal rational person this Karen Janbaz.
No joke. Smoking her pot posting smut and crap, she drove everyone away so she posts to herself, LOL. Notice how her real username 'justaminute' is MIA...hilariously obvious.
Boondock Saint

United States

#43912 Jun 19, 2013
Stephen wrote:
Pew Study that found the Republican party had grown in one demographic: younger, poorer, less educated whites. You know, the ones who make up a significant portion of the 70% of welfare customers.
Every time a Republican proposes a cut on the Welfare to ‘punish the takers’ they end up hurting the folks who voted for them.
Ironic, no?
What I find more ironic is you posting in other people's names everyday and still not fooling anyone. Reminds me of a hamster in a wheel....works like hell and still doesn't get anywhere.

Keep up the good work assberry.

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