OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#54815 Dec 9, 2013
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text> aka: ChesterSwallows
You know way to much and reference welfare too often
not to have first hand knowledge.
If you paid millions in taxes, you're dumber than
I even imagined. All those taxes paid are as
fictional as the $26M you have in a jar safely stashed
away.
Paying few taxes is the real secret to wealth.


Spoken like a true imbecile...
Does you ankle bracelet itch?
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#54817 Dec 9, 2013
watchdog wrote:
@ P.H. Ammo cans are better than jars by a long shot. Only dumbasses like WFO leave their money in the FED to be confiscated as eminant domain LOL! WFO can gladly spell check for me & then claim it as charity work and write the net bill off too if he'd like, it's all legit and can be found in any unamerican socialist bussiness plan LOL!!!


Chester aka: WFO is a complete charity case of his moms boyfriend since he lives his in his basement and you're right, his welfare check and EBT Card is not taxable. Chester is just another troll trying to be noticed. That is why he is posting on Topix day and night, his family hates his guts and he is lonely.
watchdog

Ashburn, VA

#54818 Dec 9, 2013
Yet he's covered on obamacare LOL!
Lisa

United States

#54819 Dec 9, 2013
Wi-Fi attacks!

MORE BAD NEWS FOR OBAMACARE:

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/365863/m...
Lisa

United States

#54820 Dec 9, 2013
EPIC DISASTER OF CONSEQUENCES OF ACA-OBAMACARE:

'A public safety disaster': Obamacare could force THOUSANDS of volunteer fire departments to close
The Affordable Care Act forces companies with more than 50 workers to buy them all health insurance or pay hefty fines
The IRS says volunteer firefighters are 'employees,' even though the Department of Labor says they're 'volunteers'
Out of more than 1 million fire departments in the U.S., 87 per cent are staffed entirely or mostly by life-saving volunteers
Members of Congress are weighing in, but the Obama administration hasn't taken any action yet to carve out a fire-fighting exception

By David Martosko, U.s. Political Editor

PUBLISHED: 15:58 EST, 9 December 2013 | UPDATED: 23:11 EST, 9 December 2013

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25209...
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Lisa

United States

#54823 Dec 9, 2013
DEMOCRAT ANN KUSTER WORSE RESPONSE ON BENGHAZI

w/video

http://www.ijreview.com/2013/12/100302-somebo...
Lisa

United States

#54824 Dec 9, 2013
Lisa wrote:
DEMOCRAT ANN KUSTER WORSE RESPONSE ON BENGHAZI
w/video
http://www.ijreview.com/2013/12/100302-somebo...
Bubba Atkinson | On 09, Dec 2013

The star of this video is Democratic Rep. Ann Kuster, representing New Hampshire’s 2nd District. A few things here…
&#9726;She doesn’t know what’s going on with the issue and looks like an idiot when addressing it (House Resolution 36).
&#9726;She ignorantly rudely hilariously laughably states that she is in her district to talk about the Middle East (to be clear Benghazi is very obviously considered part of the Middle East).
&#9726;Then the crowd is informed by what is presumably an aide of some sort that they are going to “stick to the format”…so no one even gets an actual answer.

Is this who you want making decisions for your country? Remember this in 2014 when she’s up for re-election…
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TIRED OF INCOMPETENT POLITICIANS IN WASHINGTON? VOTE 2014!!!
Lisa

United States

#54825 Dec 9, 2013
REUTERS

ADDING DEFICITS TO OUR NATIONAL DEBT:

The Treasury Department on Monday announced that the government has sold its remaining shares of General Motors (GM) and that losses from the 2009 auto industry bailout total about $15 billion.

In a conference call, Treasury officials said the government has recovered about $39.9 billion of the $49.5 billion earmarked for GM under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) approved by Congress.

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Lesson learned: Never allow a non-executive politician invest taxpayers money when clearly cronyism is the only requirement to get the money.
Remember all the bonus's paid to the same big wigs that bankrupted GM?
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#54826 Dec 9, 2013
watchdog wrote:
WFO probably writes of the adult entertainment as child care, or client entertainment, You allways take a client to dinner & a few drinks and write your dinner bill off as a bussiness conference! Oh and BRIBES are written off as campain contributions

If you've paid millions in taxes it is simply because you have ethics LOL!

@ P.H. Ammo cans are better than jars by a long shot. Only dumbasses like WFO leave their money in the FED to be confiscated as eminant domain
Those are the obvious tax dodges, you wouldn't understand
the sophisticated ones.

If you've paid millions in taxes, it is simple stupidity.

I'm more afraid of the sky falling than Fed eminent domain.
You're a kook. Hide your gold teeth too.
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#54827 Dec 9, 2013
Lisa wrote:
Treasury officials said the government has recovered about $39.9 billion of the $49.5 billion earmarked for GM under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) approved by Congress.
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Lesson learned: Never allow a non-executive politician invest taxpayers money when clearly cronyism is the only requirement to get the money.
Remember all the bonus's paid to the same big wigs that bankrupted GM?
You are so right. It would have been much better to
let GM go bankrupt. 1M unemployed auto related workers and
a second great depression weren't worth $10B.

We should have Lemans go bankrupt too in '08.
Lisa

United States

#54828 Dec 9, 2013
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text>
You are so right. It would have been much better to
let GM go bankrupt. 1M unemployed auto related workers and
a second great depression weren't worth $10B.
We should have Lemans go bankrupt too in '08.
No, what would have been ethical would be to suspend any bonuses to big wigs whose decisions put the company in such a unsustainable path to begin with but then that is being responsible for your actions. Also when reorganization was done on GM dealerships the most amazing thing happened perhaps you should research the 'winner/loser' ratio of dealership who supported the democrats vs those who didn't.

I don't believe in coincidental facts when statistically it's impossible. Instead empirical evidence strongly suggests a pattern.
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#54829 Dec 10, 2013
Lisa wrote:
<quoted text>
No, what would have been ethical would be to suspend any bonuses to big wigs whose decisions put the company in such a unsustainable path to begin with but then that is being responsible for your actions. Also when reorganization was done on GM dealerships the most amazing thing happened perhaps you should research the 'winner/loser' ratio of dealership who supported the democrats vs those who didn't.
I don't believe in coincidental facts when statistically it's impossible. Instead empirical evidence strongly suggests a pattern.
Great argument, well written. Sounds probable.

Probably right.

If the dealerships were republican and didn't support the
bailout, they should have gotten the axe.
Marge

United States

#54830 Dec 10, 2013
Fox News---We Deceive, You Believe.

It has been revealed that Fox News’ does practice using paid commenters with fake social media accounts, to deceive the online community. Members of Fox’s online PR staff created between twenty and a hundred fake profiles on social media accounts each. The accounts are used by PR staff in order to push the station’s extreme right-wing agenda.

The point of these fake commenters is not just to push a specific agenda. It’s also to deceive the unsuspecting public about the actual amount of support that exists for that agenda. Paid commenters use vicious attacks against anyone who posts an opposing opinion. Eventually the attacks have the effect of driving people with opposite views away from the targeted sites. This allows them to dominate the web with their fake profiles, while at the same time discouraging real people from participating in the discussion.

The right-wing agenda being pushed by these paid commenters, hired by Fox and other sources, doesn’t just include tax breaks for the rich and the myth of corporate person-hood. It includes racism, sexism, homophobia, hatred of the poor and much more
Lisa

United States

#54831 Dec 10, 2013
Do Not Feed The Fox Trolls.
Bud

United States

#54832 Dec 10, 2013
This site is for UNPAID Fox contributors.
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#54833 Dec 10, 2013
Marge wrote:
Fox News---We Deceive, You Believe.
It has been revealed that Fox News’ does practice using paid commenters with fake social media accounts, to deceive the online community. Members of Fox’s online PR staff created between twenty and a hundred fake profiles on social media accounts each. The accounts are used by PR staff in order to push the station’s extreme right-wing agenda.
The point of these fake commenters is not just to push a specific agenda. It’s also to deceive the unsuspecting public about the actual amount of support that exists for that agenda. Paid commenters use vicious attacks against anyone who posts an opposing opinion. Eventually the attacks have the effect of driving people with opposite views away from the targeted sites. This allows them to dominate the web with their fake profiles, while at the same time discouraging real people from participating in the discussion.
The right-wing agenda being pushed by these paid commenters, hired by Fox and other sources, doesn’t just include tax breaks for the rich and the myth of corporate person-hood. It includes racism, sexism, homophobia, hatred of the poor and much more
This is like the umpteenth time you've posted this
exactatude. Total rad and super cool. Amaze for sure
through. Post directions to your next beach party
instead.
Bud

Atlanta, TX

#54837 Dec 10, 2013
5 companies paying Americans the least

No. 2: McDonald's
U.S. workforce: 739,055 (est.)
CEO compensation:$13.8 million
Revenue:$27.6 billion
Net income:$5.5 billion
No. of U.S. stores: 14,157
In the restaurant industry, the hourly median wage was just over $9.00 as of 2012. However, many McDonald's (MCD) employees are paid far less, with cashiers and crew members often earning only the minimum wage. In October, several McDonald's employees were arrested for protesting their wages at the Union League Club of Chicago, where McDonald's President Jeff Stratton was giving a speech.

Between 2008 and 2012, sales and profit margins at McDonald's have increased. Despite the company's growth, employees are still hurting. All but admitting the low wages, McDonald's encourages employees to enroll in food stamps and welfare programs.
Bud

Atlanta, TX

#54839 Dec 10, 2013
5 companies paying Americans the least

No. 4: Kroger
U.S. workforce: 343,000
CEO compensation:$11.1 million
Revenue:$96.8 billion
Net income:$1.5 billion
No. of U.S. stores: 2,418
Kroger (KR) employs 343,000 workers in 2,418 stores across the country. The company operates stores under several names, including Kroger, City Market, Dillons and others. A majority of Kroger's employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements between the company and different unions. In the past few months, Kroger has agreed to terms with unions covering thousands of workers in Virginia and Texas. Kroger’s net profit was $1.5 billion at the end of the most recent fiscal year.
Bud

Atlanta, TX

#54840 Dec 10, 2013
5 companies paying Americans the least

No. 5: Yum Brands
U.S. workforce: 694,712 (est.)
CEO compensation:$14.2 million
Revenue:$13.6 billion
Net income:$1.6 billion
No. of U.S. stores: 18,069
Yum Brands (YUM) CEO David Novak received more than $14 million worth of total compensation in the past fiscal year. The company's revenue rose from $11.3 billion to $13.6 billion. Hourly wages for workers at its KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell chains, however, are still often less than $8 an hour. Yum Brands has continued to expand, opening more than five new restaurants a day outside the United States in 2012. However, many American workers have expressed frustration that the company’s success has not led to an increase in their pay. This summer, fast-food workers at Yum Brands and other fast-food chains staged protests across the country, demanding higher wages.
Joyce

Atlanta, TX

#54841 Dec 10, 2013
Boycott Walmart!!!!!

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