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#1054 Nov 17, 2012
Protester wrote:
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I also want to point out that if Obama, or another liberal, hadn't stepped in to clean up the mess left by Republicans, like they have to do repeatedly throughout history, then you'd be homeless, desperate, and perhaps dead by now, you ungrateful parasite.
I wish to God that Republicans could for once reap what they sow without dragging the rest of us into their gutter too.
Hey idiot... check out your "history". Since WWII, Democrats have been in control of Congress more than twice the time Republicans have. The White House? Split 50-50. You're a partisan idiot with an agenda... no intelligence, and no morals. Just another lemming.

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#1058 Nov 19, 2012
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George Bush did not "fail". Thanks to Clinton's excessive leniency (and distraction) toward foreign policy, we were attacked for the first time in our nation's history within the United States.(Hawaii was only a territory when Pearl Harbor was attacked.) Under Bush's administration, we managed to continue to fight this war on THEIR turf, not ours.
In spite of fighting two wars, the annual federal deficit continued to shrink until Pelosi and Company took over the House.
By contrast, Obama has run $1 trillion-plus deficits, with a huge amount of federal welfare going to the auto industry, as well as to failed "green" industries. In spite of this, the city of Detroit is about to go bankrupt, unemployment hasn't budged, the poverty rate has increased, inflation is spiking, and the economy is so uncertain that the banks (flush with an infusion of federal money), can't give away money to businesses at a ridiculously low rate!
Now THAT's failure!
People: We all know that Republicans CAN’T tell the truth about anything, so don’t bother talking TO them. They wouldn’t know reality if it hit them head-on. They only repeat lies they’ve been spoon -fed by the elite and they’re so extremely stupid they’ll never get that.
They can’t say a word about the national debt since they were too lazy and corrupt to clean up their own filth while Bush was still in office. No, they left that to Democrats, like they always do.
The debt did NOT shrink under the leadership o Republicans - they just have to lie instead of getting off their dead rears and doing any research. That’s because Right-wing traitors are loyal to the Party , not the country, like liberals are.
The important thing is that Bush did NOTHING to clean up after himself, and was responsible for the corruption that caused a worldwide recession by not stopping it. Then it was Republican parasites in the House who fought all of the liberals’ attempts to save OUR homes, jobs, and country.
That’s because they’re the worst traitors in our nation’s history. They continue to commit treason every single day because they know that treason is legal as long as they have the power of the New World Order to protect them. We must prosecute treason, take back the country from N W O TREASON, and force those responsible for the national debt to pay for it. Republican morons have NO IDEA who that is, so WHY are they allowed to vote?

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#1059 Nov 19, 2012
We must never back down from the sickness and evil of Right-wing lies.
The fact is that Bush was on a pattern to increase the national debt far more than Obama. We know that because of facts, and logic = because that’s what Republicans do, and they do it deliberately.
Why? Because the New World Order can’t destroy our sovereignty as long as we’re financially strong, so they have to weaken us, and nothing did that like Bush’s Recession.
Right-wing idiots FAIL to do the research just as their leaders FAIL to stop destroying the country.
Those voters HAVE TO LIE - how else can you defend treason?
Bush set the all-time record by increasing the debt by $1.1 trillion in 100 days between July 30 and Nov 9, 2008
(next post)

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#1060 Nov 19, 2012
National Debt Graph by President
http://zfacts.com/p/318.html

Increases in the National Debt
http://jimcgreevy.com/gvdc/Natl_Debt_Chart.ht...
- through George Bush
toadmann

Masontown, PA

#1061 Nov 19, 2012
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remove Obama with what impeachment or succession?

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#1062 Nov 19, 2012
Protester wrote:
<quoted text>
People: We all know that Republicans CAN’T tell the truth about anything, so don’t bother talking TO them. They wouldn’t know reality if it hit them head-on. They only repeat lies they’ve been spoon -fed by the elite and they’re so extremely stupid they’ll never get that.
They can’t say a word about the national debt since they were too lazy and corrupt to clean up their own filth while Bush was still in office. No, they left that to Democrats, like they always do.
The debt did NOT shrink under the leadership o Republicans - they just have to lie instead of getting off their dead rears and doing any research. That’s because Right-wing traitors are loyal to the Party , not the country, like liberals are.
The important thing is that Bush did NOTHING to clean up after himself, and was responsible for the corruption that caused a worldwide recession by not stopping it. Then it was Republican parasites in the House who fought all of the liberals’ attempts to save OUR homes, jobs, and country.
That’s because they’re the worst traitors in our nation’s history. They continue to commit treason every single day because they know that treason is legal as long as they have the power of the New World Order to protect them. We must prosecute treason, take back the country from N W O TREASON, and force those responsible for the national debt to pay for it. Republican morons have NO IDEA who that is, so WHY are they allowed to vote?
Empty accusations prompted by an empty mind.

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#1063 Nov 19, 2012
Protester wrote:
We must never back down from the sickness and evil of Right-wing lies.
The fact is that Bush was on a pattern to increase the national debt far more than Obama. We know that because of facts, and logic = because that’s what Republicans do, and they do it deliberately.
Why? Because the New World Order can’t destroy our sovereignty as long as we’re financially strong, so they have to weaken us, and nothing did that like Bush’s Recession.
Right-wing idiots FAIL to do the research just as their leaders FAIL to stop destroying the country.
Those voters HAVE TO LIE - how else can you defend treason?
Bush set the all-time record by increasing the debt by $1.1 trillion in 100 days between July 30 and Nov 9, 2008
(next post)
Blah, blah, blah. More of the same.

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#1064 Nov 19, 2012
Protester wrote:
National Debt Graph by President
http://zfacts.com/p/318.html
Increases in the National Debt
http://jimcgreevy.com/gvdc/Natl_Debt_Chart.ht...
- through George Bush
You don't know the difference between debt and deficit, do you?

ALL the major entitlements (which have taken us broke) were introduced and initiated by Democrats. As we all are painfully aware, entitlements cannot easily be undone (if at all). Additionally, the vast lion's share of spending was DONE by Democrats. Bush's worst year of deficit spending under a Republican Congress was just under $596 billion, with two wars in full swing. While this is unacceptably high, as soon as Nancy and Company took over the House (to drain the swamp), she drained our wallets instead, with deficits exceeding $1 trillion. Even after ending one war, and executing a massive draw-down in the other, Obama and Company has managed to maintain 13-figure deficit spending, year-after-year. His signature legislation? Instead of tending to the economy (the most urgent matter at hand), we got Obamacare!- Another multi-trillion dollar boondoggle-debt that the majority of Americans were opposed to!
http://home.adelphi.edu/sbloch/deficits.html

It seems the only liar here is YOU!

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#1065 Nov 19, 2012
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You don't know the difference between debt and deficit, do you?
ALL the major entitlements (which have taken us broke) were introduced and initiated by Democrats. As we all are painfully aware, entitlements cannot easily be undone (if at all). Additionally, the vast lion's share of spending was DONE by Democrats. Bush's worst year of deficit spending under a Republican Congress was just under $596 billion, with two wars in full swing. While this is unacceptably high, as soon as Nancy and Company took over the House (to drain the swamp), she drained our wallets instead, with deficits exceeding $1 trillion. Even after ending one war, and executing a massive draw-down in the other, Obama and Company has managed to maintain 13-figure deficit spending, year-after-year. His signature legislation? Instead of tending to the economy (the most urgent matter at hand), we got Obamacare!- Another multi-trillion dollar boondoggle-debt that the majority of Americans were opposed to!
http://home.adelphi.edu/sbloch/deficits.html
It seems the only liar here is YOU!
I call horseshit on this lie.
Corporate welfare which drains the coffers more than anything were created by the GOP in almost every instance.

Secondly, Welfare was rampant waste until Bill Clinton reformed it in 1996

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#1066 Nov 19, 2012
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I call horseshit on this lie.
Corporate welfare which drains the coffers more than anything were created by the GOP in almost every instance.
Secondly, Welfare was rampant waste until Bill Clinton reformed it in 1996
Lie? Pointing out facts and timelines is not lying. "Corporate welfare 'created mostly' by the GOP"? Now THAT's lying! Obama has topped them all in this respect. I think that qualifies for "mostly".
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/04/25/bara...

Yes, Clinton reformed welfare, but then he created the housing bubble when he signed off on the termination of Glass-Steagall, and then coerced banks to hold bad paper through strong enforcement of the Community Reinvestment Act. Of course, Bawney Fwank was a big help to Clinton in this respect, and he made a fortune in the process. Bush should have put the brakes on a run-amok Fanny /Freddie much sooner than he did, but something tells me he was a little distracted with this thing called, "terrorism". It commanded a little more urgency at the time.

Call it a "lie", or call it whatever you like. It doesn't matter. History is what it is. And you? You are still insignificant.

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#1068 Nov 19, 2012
Paparounis wrote:
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Lie? Pointing out facts and timelines is not lying. "Corporate welfare 'created mostly' by the GOP"? Now THAT's lying! Obama has topped them all in this respect. I think that qualifies for "mostly".
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/04/25/bara...
Yes, Clinton reformed welfare, but then he created the housing bubble when he signed off on the termination of Glass-Steagall, and then coerced banks to hold bad paper through strong enforcement of the Community Reinvestment Act. Of course, Bawney Fwank was a big help to Clinton in this respect, and he made a fortune in the process. Bush should have put the brakes on a run-amok Fanny /Freddie much sooner than he did, but something tells me he was a little distracted with this thing called, "terrorism". It commanded a little more urgency at the time.
Call it a "lie", or call it whatever you like. It doesn't matter. History is what it is. And you? You are still insignificant.
Unlike you I am not afraid to back up what I claim.

$20 billion more is spend in direct subsidies and tax breaks to corporations than is spend on aid to families, student aid, housing, food, and all direct public assistance, NOT including social security and medicare.

www.sedonagreens.org

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#1069 Nov 19, 2012
rollin wrote:
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Unlike you I am not afraid to back up what I claim.
$20 billion more is spend in direct subsidies and tax breaks to corporations than is spend on aid to families, student aid, housing, food, and all direct public assistance, NOT including social security and medicare.
www.sedonagreens.org
You don't get to pick and choose what I stated. I stated ALL entitlements, and that INCLUDES Social Security and Medicare. Your claim is therefore erroneous.

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#1071 Nov 19, 2012
Paparounis wrote:
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You don't get to pick and choose what I stated. I stated ALL entitlements, and that INCLUDES Social Security and Medicare. Your claim is therefore erroneous.
I get to do whatever I choose to do skippy.

Now why don't you get off that extra wide load ass and try to refute my figures.

Up to you.

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#1072 Nov 19, 2012
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I get to do whatever I choose to do skippy.
Now why don't you get off that extra wide load ass and try to refute my figures.
Up to you.
You have no figures. Just like before, they, and you, are irrelevant.

I think it's humorous that last time we were talking about a specific subset of educators, and you insisted on quoting figures on ALL educators. This time I made a statement referring to ALL entitlements, but you found it convenient to use an empty statement on SOME entitlements.

BTW, your "figures" are nothing more than a statement from a "Green Party" website, without any supporting documentation, and without clearly defining what they consider to be "corporate welfare". Most corporate deductions are nothing more than that; they are not "corporate welfare".

The bottom line is, you have not refuted MY statement. That's okay. Since you're irrelevant, it doesn't matter.

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#1073 Nov 20, 2012
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You have no figures. Just like before, they, and you, are irrelevant.
I think it's humorous that last time we were talking about a specific subset of educators, and you insisted on quoting figures on ALL educators. This time I made a statement referring to ALL entitlements, but you found it convenient to use an empty statement on SOME entitlements.
BTW, your "figures" are nothing more than a statement from a "Green Party" website, without any supporting documentation, and without clearly defining what they consider to be "corporate welfare". Most corporate deductions are nothing more than that; they are not "corporate welfare".
The bottom line is, you have not refuted MY statement. That's okay. Since you're irrelevant, it doesn't matter.
I have no figures?

Well except:
Rollin wrote:
$20 billion more is spend in direct subsidies and tax breaks to corporations than is spend on aid to families, student aid, housing, food, and all direct public assistance, NOT including social security and medicare.
Run along skippy

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#1075 Nov 20, 2012
rollin wrote:
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I have no figures?
Well except:
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Run along skippy
Irrelevant.
Undocumented.
False.
Unacceptable.
Rejected.

Try this, "putzy-wutzy":

http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/
http://www.factcheck.org/2011/07/fiscal-factc...
http://www.thenewamerican.com/economy/comment... -$100-billion-in-fy-2012
http://www.jobparty.us/end_corp_welfare

The highest number I could find for "corporate welfare" clocked a total of an ESTIMATED $1.972 trillion over 4 years, and includes much more than "corporate welfare". Still, it is less than $500 billion per year.

Now even if we "move the goal post",(as you so delight in attempting), WITHOUT Social Security and Medicare, we still dole out $800 billion per year, strictly to individual welfare. That's 60% MORE than the highest "corporate welfare" figure.

I DID however, clearly state in my original post, "ALL entitlements", and I used all caps on "ALL" in that post. There is no excuse for you or anyone else to start quoting unsubstantiated B.S. numbers that exclude any entitlements whatsoever. The number for "ALL entitlements"? Well, it's about 46% of all government expenditures, so that puts it over $2.9 trillion.

Your bogus website was just a "little" off. No wonder it didn't provide any documentation.

I stand behind my statement: You are irrelevant.

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#1076 Nov 20, 2012
Paparounis wrote:
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Irrelevant.
Undocumented.
False.
Unacceptable.
Rejected.
Try this, "putzy-wutzy":
http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/
http://www.factcheck.org/2011/07/fiscal-factc...
http://www.thenewamerican.com/economy/comment... -$100-billion-in-fy-2012
http://www.jobparty.us/end_corp_welfare
The highest number I could find for "corporate welfare" clocked a total of an ESTIMATED $1.972 trillion over 4 years, and includes much more than "corporate welfare". Still, it is less than $500 billion per year.
Now even if we "move the goal post",(as you so delight in attempting), WITHOUT Social Security and Medicare, we still dole out $800 billion per year, strictly to individual welfare. That's 60% MORE than the highest "corporate welfare" figure.
I DID however, clearly state in my original post, "ALL entitlements", and I used all caps on "ALL" in that post. There is no excuse for you or anyone else to start quoting unsubstantiated B.S. numbers that exclude any entitlements whatsoever. The number for "ALL entitlements"? Well, it's about 46% of all government expenditures, so that puts it over $2.9 trillion.
Your bogus website was just a "little" off. No wonder it didn't provide any documentation.
I stand behind my statement: You are irrelevant.
Irrelevant because it debunks your lies.

Have a nice thanksgiving skippy. You make sure you wrap your head and the turkey carefully in tin foil before serving.

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#1077 Nov 20, 2012
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Irrelevant because it debunks your lies.
Have a nice thanksgiving skippy. You make sure you wrap your head and the turkey carefully in tin foil before serving.
You haven't debunked anything. You have only proven that it is you, who lies.

All sparring aside, I sincerely wish you and yours a happy and joyous Thanksgiving.
peptalk

Monticello, IN

#1078 Nov 20, 2012
we suck if we lost our tripple A rating.. hey man force all your kids and everyone to go tto the library all the time and so they can all be real smart...

and make where if kids dont get an A in a class they fail the class where you can't even be a B student or less...
peptalk

Monticello, IN

#1079 Nov 20, 2012
give all the fat people free forced boot camp..

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