The President has failed us

This week, I decided to list the reasons I would not vote for Barack Obama in the next election. Full Story

“I be me, and you are...”

Since: Dec 06

in a city...

#63816 Nov 22, 2012
Ralff wrote:
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Of course you encourage attacks, you have nothing to dispute with. Same old same old. We aren't goin' anywhere punket.
Punket? Like is that a dot after something? Or is that some Liberalism/istic Term?

You must admit they had slaved for a long time...

Ralfff with the VW ?

“United We Stand”

Since: Dec 11

Divided We Fall

#63817 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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Well over 100 years ago, the Americunt forefathers took a break from the slaughter of Injuns and beating their slave to decide that all land-owning white men had certain inalienable rights. These rights were established as the Bill of Rights and was the beginning of the U.S. constitution. The first which gives us the freedom to say whatever the hell we want no matter how stupid or offensive it may be. So you can go fk yourself you pu$$y fa&&ot!
Feel the love....

“I be me, and you are...”

Since: Dec 06

in a city...

#63818 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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Well over 100 years ago, the Americunt forefathers took a break from the slaughter of Injuns and beating their slave to decide that all land-owning white men had certain inalienable rights. These rights were established as the Bill of Rights and was the beginning of the U.S. constitution. The first which gives us the freedom to say whatever the hell we want no matter how stupid or offensive it may be. So you can go fk yourself you pu$$y fa&&ot!
So given that America started out after some other places already been established, the lands at one time how divided do you think were they?

Is a P faggot a real femi typ? The femi gay guy? Freedom in speech to that topix used to ous peeps for speaking free on the subject and having had an argument... Funny, rights and more rights, to have rights everyone has em' so it seems some even need more and they just never know hu what a one is to so much confusion maybe honestly the new Bible per say, the old one still hasn't been read ny a many how ever, maybe some can read a sense in it more than power and sufferings?

“I be me, and you are...”

Since: Dec 06

in a city...

#63819 Nov 22, 2012
Ralff wrote:
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Feel the love....
To experience it would be more than the Platonic way of caring to care enough to love....

Now that is a concept one could ponder over depending how great a love is hu?

“I be me, and you are...”

Since: Dec 06

in a city...

#63820 Nov 22, 2012
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text>You must be hippie traveler in a 60s van?
Currious , your picture is that you?:)
LOL

it's my background for sure my lay out did you know they were great Warriors...

my shadow says it's pretty similar my eyes though they are the shape of almonds...

Maybe a natural mask of some sort maybe we had only nuts to eat...:)
Oh and what is it with the hippie thing what en evolved one though for sure...

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

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#63823 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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I was talking more about programs like "Yellow Ribbon". Soldiers who return from long deployment and separation from family and loved ones are required to attend three yellow ribbon events where they are flown to a destination resort and are put up in a five star hotel for a weekend of sitting through conferences and power point presentations designed to keep them from blowing their own heads off and reintegrate back into society.
For most Soldiers returning from a long separation, the last thing they want to do is to go away again. But that doesn't stop the yellow ribbon program managers from mandating those three additional trips away from home. To make things worse, those trips are on weekends when friends and family could be getting together and having some fun.
Of course the yellow ribbon program managers have an unlimited budget that allows them to basically live at five star destination resorts across the nation and get paid full time plus expenses for doing it. These program managers aren't rank and file Soldiers either. They are all higher ranking officers, senior NCO's and civilians who, as long as they are managing the yellow ribbon program, will not be deployed overseas.
Anyone who says the yellow ribbon program is a waste of tax dollars faces the condemnation of a grateful nation. How dare you say that taking care of Soldiers is a waste of money? Even though the overwhelming number of Soldier surveys indicate that the Yellow Ribbon program is a waste of their time, the program managers simply cherry pick the surveys that boost their program and disregard the rest.
So, we will purchase a round trip plane ticket for hundreds of returning Soldiers to travel across the nation and we will pay for their high dollar rooms and pay for their expensive sandwiches every weekend of every month of every year as long as we continue to send Soldiers off to war. The program will not even end when the war ends either. It will grasp onto any tragedy and point to it as evidence that the program must continue to be funded even though their target clients beg to be left alone to get on with their lives.
Just take that wasted money and give it to the Soldier. Email those power point presentations to them. If the Soldier want's to go to Vegas, he/she can do it at his/her leisure. If not, well they can sped that money on a new rear gear for their off road toy or something. I know that they spend enough money on my yellow ribbon that I could have bought a good used Jeep. Seriously! I would have enjoyed a jeep a whole lot more than those airplane rides and those hotel soaps.
I understand what you are saying here and I agree that returning soldiers should be given more latitude and options to decide for themselves. It now, according to what you say here, makes me wonder just who this program is really designed to serve.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

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#63825 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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Oh, I will have more than a good thanksgiving...hehehe
https://images.encyclopediadramatica.se/f/f1/...
Save me a tailfeather or 2. LOL

Since: Nov 08

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#63827 Nov 22, 2012
USMail XXXII wrote:
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"Common sense would tell you that a higher number of people would be willing to get their news from a highly credible source."
Really! Maybe you should vote Democrat. Their numbers of believers are greater than yours.
Democrats will NEVER get my vote because their values do not come anywhere close to what mine are. The democrats have taken too hard a turn to the left and think that gov't is the answer to all of our problems. Turns out, gov't IS the problem. They are wholly responsible for creating the "all about me" generation. BTW, thanks for the non-answer and skirting the issue.

Since: Nov 12

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#63828 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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Are you quoting me twice in one reply? How dare you! Quit fantasizing! You could never have me anyway. I'm a dude too! Oh, and I ain't no girly boy if ya know where I'm coming from.
Go find yourself a girly boy or a manly girl and let this fantasy evaporate back into the abyss of your mind. It's for your own good girly boy.
You obviously have issues!!!! Considered therapy?????

“Peace”

Since: May 10

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#63829 Nov 22, 2012
antb wrote:
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Oh, there were a lot of other credible sources but I didn't think your kind would read anything unless Faux News told you it was true.
:)
Hi antb......I hope your Thanksgiving was great.
I sort of said the same thing. But it didn't make any difference because they didn't address what the article said. Instead they made it all about who posted from one of their favorite news source. A good way to change the subject, don't you think?
:)

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

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#63830 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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I'd say 5 star hotels at destination resorts, airlines and the yellow ribbon program staff. Who else?
If we really wanted to do something nice for the Troops, why not take the money it costs for those three round trip airfares, the six nights sleeping on a pillow someone else already drooled on and the cost of the sandwiches and chicken dinners...put it in a nice "thank you" card and hand it to the Soldier. Of he/she wants to waste it on a conference then hey, it's there money. Spend it how they want to.
I bet there wouldn't be a lot of takers wasting it on the yellow ribbon conferences.
I agree: Why extend the anguish when probably all of these troops would rather be home instead. BTW, Does this all happen while these soldiers are still enlisted or after their contract has ended. I would guess this alone would be of interest.

“If you farted on Isle #23,”

Since: May 12

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#63831 Nov 22, 2012
This guy dies and his wife gets him cremated. She takes the ashes home and lays them out on the table and starts talking to them.

"You know that fur coat you promised me? I bought it with the insurance money. You know the new car you promised me? I bought it with the insurance money."

Then she whispers, "You know that blowjob I promised you? Well, here it comes..."
Quirky The Eye

Arvada, CO

#63832 Nov 22, 2012
Major drug bust nets 4 arrests, 2400 lbs. of pot,$1.06M cash .

LOUISVILLE, Ky.(WHAS11)-- Police busted two houses in Okolona and seized thousands of pounds of pot hidden in the garage. Neighbors who live on the quiet, tree-lined street had no clue it was linked to a Mexican drug cartel.

Sean Clark and his friends witnessed the massive marijuana bust across the street.

"They opened the garage and there was up to the ceiling in bags of pot. It was crazy," Clark said.

The Louisville Metro Narcotics Unit took trash bags full of 2,416 pounds of marijuana with a street value of $2.6 million. They seized more than $1 million in cold hard cash.

http://www.whas11.com/news/Major-drug-bust-ne...

“I be me, and you are...”

Since: Dec 06

in a city...

#63833 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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As far as the new bible/old bible thingy goes...All I remember from Sunday skool is that Jesus Christ was a deeply deluded apocalyptic Jew who went insane at the the age of 30, leaving his job as a carprenter and living as a bum sponging off others along with 12 crazy cultists for the next three years, finally committing suicide by cop to bring about the End of the World. Another story I heard was that in 33 AD, Jesus became an hero when he pissed the Jew leaders for telling the truth about their greed, hypocrisy, lies and Jewishness in general. They then proceed to bribe one of his Jew disciples, Jewdas, to betray him for 30 irresistible Jewish gold coins. Being too pussies to kill him personally, those Jews manipulated the Roman governor to do the dirty job by telling that Jesus was plotting against them. The Romans proceeded to nail him to a piece of wood with a banner that read I.N.R.I which is the Latin acronym for ROTFLMAO. Two hundred eye witnesses to Jesus' crucifixion claim they witnessed Jesus having an erection. After a few hours, he died. Goodnight sweet prince (lol pwned).
That's all I can remember now. Check with me later and I remember something else for you.
After that, the Jews tried to Holocaust the early christians, but were just as successful as their future summer camp monitors.
Ok wait did you say Jesus committed suicide?

That's the first I heard that one...

“I be me, and you are...”

Since: Dec 06

in a city...

#63834 Nov 22, 2012
REWBA wrote:
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On the internet, the First Amendment is 101% likely to be invoked completely effing wrongly by someone that hasn't taken the time to actually read the motherforklift. Anywhere that there is stupid effing attention queens that have no idea what they are talking about, there will undoubtedly be a call to the First Amendment for protection.
Like all other freedoms, free speech ceases to exist once you are on the internet. Unlike real life, every single website on the internet has an owner who wields total power over everything passing through said site. The internet could thus be considered a collection of despotic nation-states, each ruled by its own tyrant. Knowing this, it is clear that freedoms as we know them do not exist on the internet, and yet most people believe just the opposite.
If you are getting ready to invoke the First Amendment to stand up to your brutal oppression by that fa&&ot moderator at whatever website he banned you from, or from a thirteen-year-old kid who won't shut the phuqe up and keeps blabbering some stupid bullshit that no one cares about, ask yourself:
one. Is my oppressor the United States law-making body?
2. Is my oppressor trying to form a law?
III. Is my oppressor a United States law-making body trying to form a law?
d. Is my understanding of the First Amendment solid?
If the answer to any of these questions is no, then you should probably shut the phuqe up and follow the rules you agreed to when you joined. Nowhere in the Bill of Rights or United States Constitution are your e-feelings protected. In fact, the idea that they would be is utterly laughable when you consider the Americunt way of life (Only in America would someone sue a fast-food chain for being fat).
I hope that answered your question. If not...ask Ralff. She's a know it all.
So to No. 1 who would that be exactly the law making body?
The Government had sorta been taking hostage don't you think?

I do, it seems they led it it be run by something else completely which I think there's something mentioned inside of the Constitution about that?...

“If you farted on Isle #23,”

Since: May 12

please stop by Costumer Serv.

#63835 Nov 22, 2012
A man comes home from work to find his wife sliding down the banister.

"What are you doing?" he asks.

"Warming up your dinner."

“If you farted on Isle #23,”

Since: May 12

please stop by Costumer Serv.

#63836 Nov 22, 2012
A woman without arms or legs is sitting on a beach weeping. A guy walks by and asks her what's wrong. She says, "I've never been kissed before." The man feels sorry for her and gives her a long passionate kiss and starts to walk away. As he's walking he hears her start crying again so he goes back and asks her what's wrong now. She says, "I've never had sex before."

The man sweeps her up in his arms, looks into her eyes, and tosses her into the water yelling, "You're screwed now!!"

Since: Nov 08

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#63837 Nov 22, 2012
I guess this doesn't enter into the equation about cutting entitlement spending. Good plan, obama. Look the other way and want more taxpayer money to spend on entitlement spending to cover the costs of fraud.
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Feds Look the Other Way As Medicaid Fraud Rises

The idea is to allow the sick, disabled and those with chronic or temporary conditions stay home and, in turn, avoid sticking Uncle Sam with a hefty hospitalization bill. Instead, Medicaid’s personal care services program is rife with corruption that was first exposed more than five years ago and continues to be documented annually by the agency’s watchdog. The budget has ballooned to more than $12 billion a year, just to send what amounts to a nanny to provide supportive “nonmedical services” like meal preparation, housework, help with bathing and getting dressed, transportation and even money management.

The tab for home care has increased by 35% since 2005 and fraud is on the rise, according to the audit. In 2010 state Medicaid fraud units investigated more than 1,000 cases related to home services. Medicaid recipients can hire practically anyone to help them and collect the money and providers undergo virtually no scrutiny. In fact, auditors list examples of Medicaid recipients hiring juveniles, relatives and girlfriends to provide services. One man was in jail while his girlfriend collected money from the government to supposedly provide him with home care.

None of this is new, in fact the report includes six previous inspector general recommendations to combat the fraud yet none have been implemented. In 2008, for instance, the inspector general issued a report finding that five states paid around $11 million in fraudulent personal care services during one quarter alone. The illegal schemes are only getting worst yet the feds have done little to stop the madness.

http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2012/11/fed...

“If you farted on Isle #23,”

Since: May 12

please stop by Costumer Serv.

#63838 Nov 22, 2012
A young man gets sent to jail, and gets put into a jail cell with a convict the size of the Incredible Hulk. After lights out, he hears a whisper from the top bunk.
"Let's play Mommy and Daddy. Who do you wanna be?" Thinking quick, the man says "daddy."
"Then come up here and suck Mommy's dick."

Since: Nov 12

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#63841 Nov 22, 2012
Tin Foil Salesman wrote:
Is Obama next?
Egypt's President Morsi Gives Himself New Powers
NY Times- President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt granted himself broad powers above any court and ordered the retrial of his predecessor, Hosni Mubarak. Comment?
It is a dictatorship! From what I have read, he will have total control of the law and all other political factors.

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