OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

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Susan

United States

#45077 Jul 24, 2013
“F*ck all you libtards out there, as a matter of fact, read my shirt,” he says, turning around to show a message on his back which read,“Liberals take it in the a**.”

“You take it in the ass and I don’t give a f*ck what you say so you can all just go f*ck yourselves. Period. I wont be going to D.C. and I don’t give a f*ck. If you f*cking maniacs want to turn this into an armed revolt, knock yourselves out. I’m not about that, so see you on the other side.”

In a video on basic pistol defense, Kessler repeatedly shoots a picture of scary clown, which he says is Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). He calls Secretary of State John Kerry a “c*cksucker” in another video before firing off an automatic weapon.

Is this jerk an ex-okie?
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45078 Jul 24, 2013
So What wrote:
<quoted text>Does she drink Mic Ultra?
And YOU "BITCH" can go to H3LL! Darn I forgat you are already there!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45079 Jul 24, 2013
Made another mistake Fogat should be forgot!
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45080 Jul 24, 2013
So What wrote:
<quoted text>LOL. I don't live in your neighborhood, "SKUNK WEED" brain.
Thanks for proving my point about your drug use. Only a drug dealer/user would use such terminology.
For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, skunk weed is a term used by druggies in reference to high grade marijuana.
I'll use in a sentence: Hey Dude. I got some skunk weed, if you buy me some Sudafed, I'll smoke some with ya.-The Artist-
"the office" just because you do your Shake and Bake in your shanty, doesn't make it an office.
No the lady shooting at people in her driveway way probably you spaced out on all the weed you do. a couple of mic ultras is pretty darn mild to the pot you take every day!

You really need to work on getting your facts right.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#45081 Jul 24, 2013
Again TAMARA, WarForOil shows his ignorance as he continues to try and blow smoke up everyone's ass. That ignorant welfare parasite is absolutely clueless and his response to your questions here prove again why you must double check the nonsense that moron post. When they were passing out brains, he thought they said trains and said he would wait and catch the next one, HE IS A CLUELESS IDIOT!

States abandoning Safety Inspection programs. Fewer than 20 states now require safety inspections, down from a peak of about 31. The federal government lost its leverage to impose safety inspection on the states in 1976, when Congress deleted federal authority to withhold highway construction money if a state did not have regular inspections. States began abandoning inspection programs after that.

The most recent casualty among states was New Jersey, which dropped its program last summer, in a cost-cutting move. The bulk of New Jersey’s inspections were performed at facilities the state either owned or leased, and then paid a contractor to operate. The expected savings total some $12 million per year. Raymond P. Martinez, administrator of New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission, told the state Assembly in April: "The bottom line is that the safety impact information available to us does not justify the nearly $12 million taxpayer expense of mechanical defect inspections, especially during this fiscal crisis."

The Program Evaluation Division of the North Carolina Legislature said flatly, "The safety inspection program is not effective."
"Nearly three decades of research has failed to conclusively show that mechanical defects are a significant cause of motor vehicle accidents or that safety inspections significantly reduce accident rates," the report said.

Key points from the North Carolina report:
•More than a dozen states repealed inspection programs after the federal government removed its leverage over the states by saying such programs were no longer needed to receive federal highway money.
•The state of Nebraska found that the number of crashes caused by vehicle defects actually went down after the program was scrapped in 1982.
•The North Carolina experience shows that the number of crashes attributable to mechanical condition equaled 1 percent of the state’s auto accidents.
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As for stickers on tags, no longer needed...
The Eyes of Texas Cops are Upon You... Police are buying license-plate readers so they know where you go.

License plate readers are a deceptively simple technology: They basically consist of cameras, either in a fixed location or mounted on the top of a car, that are capable of capturing and processing thousands of license plates each hour even at high speeds, low light and bad weather. The plates are then automatically checked against databases of stolen vehicles, warrants, kidnapped children, and more. Whereas before a patrol officer might have been able to check a dozen or so license plates in a shift, the computer can check hundreds a minute. All the cop needs to do is wait for the system to alert him to a match.

Developed three decades ago in the United Kingdom as a way to prevent IRA car-bombers from entering London, license plate readers have only caught on in the U.S. in the past few years. Expense has been one barrier; each unit costs at least $17,000. President Barack Obama’s Recovery Act, though, is helping law enforcement purchase the equipment. In Texas, 14 agencies, from the tiny Penitas Police Department in the Rio Grande Valley to the Precinct 7 Constable in Harris County, have used over $1.2 million in stimulus funds to buy automated license plate readers.

But what can help nab a fugitive or recover a stolen vehicle can also be used by the Obama Administration to conduct mass surveillance or target political dissidents.
Read the whole story here:
http://www.texasobserver.org/the-eyes-of-texa...
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45082 Jul 24, 2013
Packing Heat:

I know you are right about WFO. Did I expect a civil answer from him---NO. Sometime answering one with kindness does a better job at being a put down. In the case for me I think it works when dealing with WFO.

Some others on here not so much. If you know what and who I mean.
So What

Newalla, OK

#45083 Jul 24, 2013
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>No the lady shooting at people in her driveway way probably you spaced out on all the weed you do. a couple of mic ultras is pretty darn mild to the pot you take every day!
You really need to work on getting your facts right.
LOL! You keep referring to me as being 33 or 34. The thread said she was 72. Which is it? Grandma Facts.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45084 Jul 24, 2013
Did anyone watch the news last. On Channel 9 they had on there about two young men or teenage males attacking another one in Quail Springs Mall Sunday afternoon.. Because of the victim didn't want to press charges all 3 was let go. Where was the concern for the other people inside the mall while this was going on? Let all 3 go is very upsetting to me. I feel at least 2 if not all 3 should have been arrested for endangering other people inside the mall. What if the victim had a gun and decided to use the Make My Day Law.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45085 Jul 24, 2013
So What wrote:
<quoted text>LOL! You keep referring to me as being 33 or 34. The thread said she was 72. Which is it? Grandma Facts.
You told us how old you are. You told us how many kids you have and what they are and how old. You told us you are black. I had guessed you at 33 or 34 before you put the info out. Now once again put up or shut up. Bring the post up about it being said I am 72. Like I said KIDDO you really need to get your facts right. The reason I had put out a guess to your age is because you kept referring to mine. Like what the hick does that have to do with anything? Like I said I got your message loud and clear you don't like me. Well guess what KIDDO I don't like you either. You put info out that is wrong and cannot see a problem with it. You are a racist with a big chip on your shoulders. It more or less started when I called you on your statements of you talking about your parent health insurance and medicare. I ask for you to post something to back your statements up and you would not or probably could not.

I will say this I am not 72 or older! But I am least 65 because you know I am on medicare. Now worry your fanny off on this this the rest of the day!
DoesntMatter

Cushing, OK

#45086 Jul 24, 2013
A Delaware state official apparently breached the personal tax information of Tea Party Candidate Christine O'Donnell during her failed 2010 Republican bid for U.S. Senate -- and the computer records of it are now gone.

The Washington Times reported a state investigator requested and received permission to probe O'Donnell's tax records based on a newspaper article about a tax lien filed against her on a house she no longer owned; the IRS later said the lien was mistakenly filed and removed it.

Christine O'Donnell said her tax records were "illegally accessed" during her bid for U.S. Senate.(Getty Images)

The government's watchdog agency for the Internal Revenue Service is investigating the matter, which came to light after a Treasury Department official informed O'Donnell in January that her records had been inappropriately accessed. The breach fits within the time frame of the IRS giving additional scrutiny to conservative and Tea Party political groups.

"Someone working for the Delaware government illegally accessed my tax records," O'Donnell said
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45087 Jul 24, 2013
DoesntMatter wrote:
<quoted text>
We beat the storm. This is only my second time to go to Keystone, so we spent a lot of time just driving around checking it out. Water levels are kind of low. Swimming areas looked more like puddles. We like to fish and boat, but today was a day trip for fishing & took some kids to swim so we didn't take the boat. Didnt catch anything either lol It was hot but the water was perfect temperature. No skiing. Tried that once, didnt quite work out for me. Going to do it all again tomorrow and the next day so off to bed. Have a good night.
What part of Keystone do you go? We a lot of times put in at Keystone State Park. I never enjoyed skiing but we get up on them ever so often so people would quit nagging me. When those little jet skis became popular I enjoyed riding them. You learned real fast to stand up on them because they would kill a person's knees. Then the wave runners came along. I really enjoyed taking them out. Our boys loved to ski. Going to the lake is great fun.
-The Artist-

Norman, OK

#45088 Jul 24, 2013
So What wrote:
<quoted text>LOL! You keep referring to me as being 33 or 34. The thread said she was 72. Which is it? Grandma Facts.
Look at the ape throwing feces at his betters...
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45089 Jul 24, 2013
-The Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at the ape throwing feces at his betters...
I am not sure what the big deal is about my age. But it bugs the heck out of her. I guess she thinks when a person gets to a certain age they are suppose to shut up and disappear. Guess what not in this day of ages.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#45090 Jul 24, 2013
So What wrote:
<quoted text>LOL! You keep referring to me as being 33 or 34. The thread said she was 72. Which is it? Grandma Facts.
I don't KEEP referring to your age! But you sure seems to be caught up with my age--color--health--where I live--where I eat--what I eat--and what I drink. Where I went to school and where my kids went to school and where my grandkids go to school and with whom. You really need to get a Hobby it you are not busy enough with your 11 and 14 yr old sons. Are you married? If so I think that would keep you busy and if not you would still be kept awful busy. I would think your parents would be keeping you busy if they are always making money from their health insurancES when they get sick. Oh by the way have you gotten you neck and lower back problem taken care of yet? Do you even work to have health ins.? I would think with all you have on your plate you would be to busy to worry about 'Little Old Me"!
Zane

United States

#45091 Jul 24, 2013
A good example for using the obama death squads.
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>I am not sure what the big deal is about my age. But it bugs the heck out of her. I guess she thinks when a person gets to a certain age they are suppose to shut up and disappear. Guess what not in this day of ages.
Dr Jones

United States

#45092 Jul 24, 2013
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, appearing on the GOP-friendly Christian Broadcasting Network, assured the old, white farts that comprise most of his party nowadays that they didn’t have to be more tolerant. The relieved breath of thousands of Republican bigots measured a 6 on the Beaufort Scale.

Priebus spoke with CBN’s David Brody, who brought up the “Republican autopsy” which, he said, made the old bigots nervous. The RNC Chair assured Brody that there was nothing to worry about:

I don’t know if I’ve used the word ‘tolerance,’ I don’t really care for that word myself. I don’t have a problem with it, I just think it has another meaning politically that can go the other direction. I happen to believe that our principles are sound. I do believe, and I still will tell you that our party believes that marriage is between one man and one woman. Our party believes that life begins at conception. I think those are foundational issues that aren’t going anywhere…

They hate that word:“tolerance.” To them, that means that they must tamp down their natural inclination to hate on others. They think that they can’t scream at gays, stand outside abortion clinics with obscene signs, lay the threat of their Hell on people of other faiths… you know, the sort of things that Jesus told them to do. Except that He didn’t. But, hey, so what? They do their hating…

… draped in the concepts of grace, love and respect and that’s not code language, that’s the New Testament, so I don’t think there should be any problem with that thinking within our party. That’s all I’ve said. It’s not what you say, I think, it’s sometimes like our moms used to tell us, it’s how you say it; and I think that’s really the issue and quite frankly I think some of that has been overblown. I’m happy to address it but clearly myself and our party haven’t changed on those principles.(source)
Susan

United States

#45093 Jul 24, 2013
Idiot is using Jesus to spread his Hate.
JAG

United States

#45094 Jul 24, 2013
The 2010 midterm election has proven to have been the most perilous election for women’s reproductive rights and health in all of American history. As a result of that unfortunate November election, Republicans swept into office, capturing governorships and claiming control of state legislatures in states across the nation. Instead of wielding their new-found power to focus on jobs like they had promised, the GOP immediately began introducing record-breaking numbers of anti-abortion and anti-contraception legislation that kicked off what is now known as the Republican war on women.

According to the Guttmacher Institute, 1,100 bills were introduced alone in 2011 and 92 of them became law, a record number. In 2012, Republicans cut the number of bills by half, only enacting 43, probably due to the fact that Republicans were attempting to soften their image among women before the 2012 Election. Republicans lost by a landslide partly because of the mass exodus of female voters from the GOP. Conservatives have once again picked up the pace on anti-abortion bills, introducing 694 in the first three months of 2013 alone, 93 of which have been approved by at least one legislative chamber. In short, Republicans are trying to break the record they set in 2011. By comparison, Republicans only enacted 34 anti-abortion measures in 2005, a non-election year just like 2011 and 2013.
Mandy

United States

#45095 Jul 24, 2013
you've got azzhole RNC Chairman Rience Priebus saying the GOP is a religion. And when he says that, of course RWNJs ears are going to perk up and they'll get on their knees and ask God if they should support whatever the GOP says. The ones who THINK God answered them are the dangerous ones to watch out for.
Marcus

United States

#45096 Jul 24, 2013
Your typical Republican: Demonstrating their craveness of living up to their word.

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