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Paul Ryan: Mitt Romney's VP Pick Used Racist Term In 2011

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U.S.Congressman Paul Ryan might be a numbers guy, but he's also has no problem using racist terms where illegal immigration is the subject.

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“Stuffs gettin better ”

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#884 Sep 8, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
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Where does the debt come from:
1. Bush's unfunded tax cuts
2. Bush's unfunded wars
3. Bush's Great Depression
We do not have record unemployment
Fuel prices are pretty high but, heck, Issac and summer blends
Ryan/Romney/Antichrist 2012 is the first campaign built 100% on lies and run by pathological liars. The Antichrist is like that you know.
Willard Romney admits that things are getting better.
You think?
Four years ago:
- bankster meltdown. AIG, the insurance giant, about to go belly up needs $185 BILLION in taxpayer bailouts.
- stock market crashing. People screaming at Congress to do something, anything. 401Ks crashing.
- Ted spreads, CDOs, CDSs, ratings agencies, Paulson demanding $700B to save the financial industry and prevent global meltdown.
Today:
Nope. The recovery has been slowed down by Republiscum like Paul Ryan but Obama has presided over 30 months of job growth.
Mr SUX,
Tax cut= Government taking less of someone else's money.
Get used to saying "President Romney"

“CO2 is Gaseous Love”

Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#885 Sep 8, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
Which policies are those.
Democratic Senate candidate Bob Kerrey said Thursday that he hates the employer mandate in the Affordable Care Act and that his own businesses might drop employee insurance and pay the federal fine for doing so if the mandate goes into effect in 2014.
Kerrey said wealthy Americans pay their fair share in taxes. And he said President Barack Obama made a big mistake by not following the recommendations of his own bipartisan budget deficit commission.
He went beyond just a general opposition to ObamaCare, however. He was very specific, and knowledgable, about one of the law's chief failings:
“I hate the employer mandate,” Kerrey said.“I think it’s going to have a counterproductive impact. We don’t have any (insured employee) that costs us less than $7,000 (a year), and the fine’s $2,000. We’ll dump ’em off. We won’t call it dumping, we’ll say ...‘Go get it from the exchange.’”
He said the employer mandate “will accelerate an already breaking-down employer-based system.” That portion of the law should be repealed, he said.
Of course, this is a feature, not a bug of ObamaCare. Getting more employees
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/...

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#886 Sep 9, 2012
Next thing you know the Black Jesus and MSDNC will tell us the +$6 trillion added to the debt is all Bush's fault and that he, The Messiah, had nothing to do with it.
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“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#889 Sep 10, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
Four years ago:
- bankster meltdown. AIG, the insurance giant, about to go belly up needs $185 BILLION in taxpayer bailouts.
- stock market crashing. People screaming at Congress to do something, anything. 401Ks crashing.
Shocking Video Unearthed Democrats in their own words Covering up the FannieMae, Freddie Mac Scam that caused our Economic Crisis

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Bush Proposed Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac Supervision In 2003

Under the plan, disclosed at a Congressional hearing today, a new agency
would be created within the Treasury Department to assume supervision of
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored companies that are the
two largest players in the mortgage lending industry.
The new agency would have the authority, which now rests with Congress, to
set one of the two capital-reserve requirements for the companies. It would
exercise authority over any new lines of business. And it would determine
whether the two are adequately managing the risks of their ballooning
portfolios.
The plan is an acknowledgment by the administration that oversight of Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac - which together have issued more than $1.5 trillion in
outstanding debt - is broken. A report by outside investigators in July
concluded that Freddie Mac manipulated its accounting to mislead investors,
and critics have said Fannie Mae does not adequately hedge against rising
interest rates.
But Democrats in Congress, also known as "the caucus perpetually on the
wrong side of history," were having none of this "responsibility" stuff.
"These two entities - Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac - are not facing any kind
of financial crisis," said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the
ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee."The more people
exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies,
the less we will see in terms of affordable housing."
Representative Melvin L. Watt, Democrat of North Carolina, agreed.
"I don't see much other than a shell game going on here, moving something
from one agency to another and in the process weakening the bargaining power
of poorer families and their ability to get affordable housing," Mr. Watt
said.
The proposal worked its way around Congress for a couple of years. Efforts
at reform of the kind proposed by President Bush were shot down by Democrats
each time.
During this period, Sen. Richard Shelby led a small group of legislators
favoring reform, including fellow Republican Sens. John Sununu, Chuck Hagel
and Elizabeth Dole. Meanwhile,[Democrat in bed with the mortgage industry
Chris] Dodd - who along with Democratic Sens. John Kerry, Barack Obama and
Hillary Clinton were the top four recipients of Fannie and Freddie campaign
contributions from 1988 to 2008 - actively opposed such measures and further
weakened existing regulation.
According to OpenSecrets.org , between 1988 and 2008 Dodd received $133,900,
Kerry $111,000, Clinton $75,550, and Obama - in only 143 days in the
Senate - received a whopping $105,849 from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Pennsylvania Democrat representative Paul Kanjorksi, who also opposed new
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac regulations, was given more than any other member
of the House of Representatives. He was paid $65,500 by representatives of
these entities.
And, in case you were wondering, John McCain co-sponsored a bill requiring
greater Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac regulation in 2005. It was also blocked
procedurally by Democrats.

The 2003 New York Times article was unearthed by a Free Republic poster.

http://www.bucksright.com/bush-proposed-fanni ...
Joe Biden

Philadelphia, PA

#890 Sep 10, 2012
X -Man- wrote:
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LOL
The only people that think Obama is racist is you Right wing nuts.
Ryan, is your guy. lol
but x-girl, you have me

goofy joe !
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party

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#892 Sep 10, 2012
...www.hide-news.org/forum/us/ illegal-immigration/TV7L74ETGG NSORT32

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#893 Sep 11, 2012
obarry wrote:
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All of which obama has been impotent to fix. Obama presided over 30 months of job growth? Oregonsux lies.
In Cleveland, President Barack Obama claimed he created more private-sector jobs in the past 27 months than President George W. Bush created “during the entire seven years before this crisis.” But that’s like comparing apples and mangoes. The president is absolving himself of responsibility for the savage recession he inherited, while assigning to Bush responsibility for the recession that began within weeks of his taking office in 2001.
The fact is, the economy has gained just about the same number of private-sector jobs (Obama’s preferred measure) in the 27 months since the most recent job slump hit bottom as it did in the 27 months following the bottom of the first Bush slump. And looking at total jobs — the broader and more customary measure — Bush’s post-slump job creation record was significantly better than Obama’s.
And that’s not the only dubious use of statistics the president made during his economic speech in Cleveland on June 14. The president also said he “approved fewer regulations in the first three years of my presidency than my Republican predecessor did in his.” Obama is referring to the number of final rules reviewed by the White House and issued by executive agencies, but the Obama administration has approved far more “major” regulations, which are those that “may result in expenditures of more than $100 million,” according to the White House’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
"MSU Pray for us, we are losing our jobs"
obarry

Oak Hill, WV

#894 Sep 11, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
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"MSU Pray for us, we are losing our jobs"
Everyone, pray for oregonsux, lost her job, on welfare, food stamps, overweight, racist, bigoted and now, proven to use aliases. Pathetic.

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#895 Sep 11, 2012
obarry wrote:
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Everyone, pray for oregonsux, lost her job, on welfare, food stamps, overweight, racist, bigoted and now, proven to use aliases. Pathetic.
"Aida Jimenez-Esquilin"
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obarry

Oak Hill, WV

#897 Sep 11, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
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"Aida Jimenez-Esquilin"
This is one of oregonsux alias's.
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#900 Sep 11, 2012
"Aida Jimenez-Esquilin"

Look at the Beckley, WV forum and notice thta obarry is from....Beckley, WV.

No one there appears to like her either.
Bayou City

Houston, TX

#901 Sep 11, 2012
X -Man- wrote:
"So what"?
So, we don't want a racist President or vice President representing our country.
It doesn't surprise me that certain people don't care if our government officials are racists probably because they share the same views.
Oh, and you think that Obama is not racist? ROTFLMFAO!!!!!! Wake up, you comatose clown.

“Stuffs gettin better ”

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#902 Sep 11, 2012
Here is the indictment,confession and conviction all rolled into one.
http://hotair.com/archives/2012/09/11/video-o...
"Stuff's gettin better"
2012

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#903 Sep 12, 2012
Bayou City wrote:
<quoted text> Oh, and you think that Obama is not racist? ROTFLMFAO!!!!!! Wake up, you comatose clown.
Keep trying to tell your lies. It's not working. ;)
El Chingon

United States

#904 Sep 12, 2012
Obama a racist? Hm, I dunno. But he has figured out a way to tax some white folk for being white. Obamacare has a provision in it that folk (probably all white) have to pay additional tax when using tanning facilities. Dam slick, if you axe me, LOL.

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#905 Sep 15, 2012
El Chingon wrote:
Obama a racist? Hm, I dunno. But he has figured out a way to tax some white folk for being white. Obamacare has a provision in it that folk (probably all white) have to pay additional tax when using tanning facilities. Dam slick, if you axe me, LOL.
ObamaCare is looking out for people who are unhappy looking white...for whatever odd reason. ObamaCare is trying to discourage melanoma. Nasty thing.

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