Ask

Cookeville, TN

#21 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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Yes almighty "Ask". Without proof we will believe. We are GOP faithful.
Link?
If there was a link to reality...I would post it for you.

However, something about you makes me think you would still deny it.
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#22 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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If there was a link to reality...I would post it for you.
However, something about you makes me think you would still deny it.
If...you only had a link to back up your BS we wouldn't be talking. But you don't, you won't because it's just made up wingnut BS. That's all you have. Made up BS.
Ask

Cookeville, TN

#23 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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If...you only had a link to back up your BS we wouldn't be talking. But you don't, you won't because it's just made up wingnut BS. That's all you have. Made up BS.
Ever heard of Rod Blagojevich? Or how about Chicago politics?
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#24 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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Ever heard of Rod Blagojevich? Or how about Chicago politics?
I have heard of him. How are you connecting Obama to Mod Rod.
Link please. Back your "facts" up. You inbreds think if you say it, it's true. WTF
Ask

Cookeville, TN

#25 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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I have heard of him. How are you connecting Obama to Mod Rod.
Link please. Back your "facts" up. You inbreds think if you say it, it's true. WTF
Not sure which rock you have been under since Bush left but uhhhhh It was Obama's senate seat that was involved.

Did you ever ask yourself why he never stood up against the Chicago politics?
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#26 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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Not sure which rock you have been under since Bush left but uhhhhh It was Obama's senate seat that was involved.
Did you ever ask yourself why he never stood up against the Chicago politics?
Incorrect again. It was not Obama's senate seat.
JoJo

United States

#27 Aug 6, 2012
I like when people say rich people, weathly educated class, are not going to create jobs. Well the who the hell is, the welfare class? The uneducated drop out class? The inner city section 8 housing class?
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#28 Aug 6, 2012
JoJo wrote:
I like when people say rich people, weathly educated class, are not going to create jobs. Well the who the hell is, the welfare class? The uneducated drop out class? The inner city section 8 housing class?
The government creates jobs you inbred hillbilly.
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#29 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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Not sure which rock you have been under since Bush left but uhhhhh It was Obama's senate seat that was involved.
Did you ever ask yourself why he never stood up against the Chicago politics?
What does "stand up to Chicago politics" mean. I think the record shows that Obama barely knew Blago. Blago tried to sell the seat, not Obama. Is that clear to you. Or does "Chicago Politics" encompass every one in Chicago politics. Your BS talkingpoints aren't working for you today. What a bunch of nothing. Bring some facts when you post. It always helps. Once again, "Cuz I says so" doesn't mean diddly squat. You weren't in the debate club were you?
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#30 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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The government creates jobs you inbred hillbilly.
Maryville Ned wanted in the "diarrhea" thread. Cleanup in aisle 3 Ned! Hurry along you POS. The grownups are talking!
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#31 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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Incorrect again. It was not Obama's senate seat.
Here is an example of a wingnut who was beatdown so bad he forgot who he was.
Ned? Is that you?
Ask

Cookeville, TN

#32 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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What does "stand up to Chicago politics" mean. I think the record shows that Obama barely knew Blago. Blago tried to sell the seat, not Obama. Is that clear to you. Or does "Chicago Politics" encompass every one in Chicago politics. Your BS talkingpoints aren't working for you today. What a bunch of nothing. Bring some facts when you post. It always helps. Once again, "Cuz I says so" doesn't mean diddly squat. You weren't in the debate club were you?
You asked for facts, I will bite.

Barely knew?

Rahm Emaanuel was quoted in the New Yorker as saying that he and Obama "participated in a small group that met weekly when Rod was running for governor. We basically laid out the general election, Barack and I and these two."

Obama endorses people he barely knows? Obama endorsed Blagojevich in 2002 and 2006. Obama served as a top adviser to the Illinois governor in his first 2002 run for the state house.

On the Chicago TV show "Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz" on June 27, 2002, state Sen. Obama said, "Right now, my main focus is to make sure that we elect Rod Blagojevich as Governor"

You say Obama barely knew him? Would you like to correct that statement now? Have you got it in you to admit fault for once?

And no, I was not in the debate club. Apparently, you weren't either!
Ask

Cookeville, TN

#33 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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The government creates jobs you inbred hillbilly.
I hope (for your sake) this is sarcasm.
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#34 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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You asked for facts, I will bite.
Barely knew?
Rahm Emaanuel was quoted in the New Yorker as saying that he and Obama "participated in a small group that met weekly when Rod was running for governor. We basically laid out the general election, Barack and I and these two."
Obama endorses people he barely knows? Obama endorsed Blagojevich in 2002 and 2006. Obama served as a top adviser to the Illinois governor in his first 2002 run for the state house.
On the Chicago TV show "Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz" on June 27, 2002, state Sen. Obama said, "Right now, my main focus is to make sure that we elect Rod Blagojevich as Governor"
You say Obama barely knew him? Would you like to correct that statement now? Have you got it in you to admit fault for once?
And no, I was not in the debate club. Apparently, you weren't either!
It's called politics dimwit. Show me where any republican endorsed a democrat. That's how it works. Repubs work to elect repubs, dems work to elect dems.
Try this on for size.
http://www.factcheck.org/2008/09/guilt-and-as...

Next!
Ouch

Cookeville, TN

#35 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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I hope (for your sake) this is sarcasm.
This is Ned from Maryville. I beat him down so bad he doesn't know who he is so he pretends to be me.
Think Deliverance!
Ask

Cookeville, TN

#36 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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. I think the record shows that Obama barely knew Blago.
At least admit you were wrong in this statement. I challenge you to admit you made a mistake.
JoJo

United States

#37 Aug 6, 2012
Ouch wrote:
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The government creates jobs you inbred hillbilly.
Government spending, including spending designed to stimulate employment, may be derived from three sources. The first is taxes. If individual income taxes are raised by $3 billion to fund our highway project, disposable income is reduced by $3 billion. Consequently, individuals will demand less clothing, fewer appliances, and so on. Private sector employers will notice and respond by laying off workers. Since most of us will agree that we can spend our income more efficiently than can the government if only for the fact we do not have to pay a bureaucratic overhead chargeŚlay-offs in the affected companies will exceed the employment added by companies constructing the new highways.

If corporate taxes are raised instead of individual income taxes, they will eventually result in higher prices for consumers, lower real wages for workers, and lower returns for investors. All of these result in a decreased ability to buy clothing and appliances with the net result that unemployment increases, not decreases.

A second source of funds is government borrowing, but this borrowing increases the price of lendable funds, which reduces the amount of investment in the private sector. Consequently, fewer new factories, machines, and homes will be built. Not only does this decrease in private investment slow economic growth, it results in additional unemployment in these industries.
ouch

Cookeville, TN

#38 Aug 6, 2012
Ask wrote:
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At least admit you were wrong in this statement. I challenge you to admit you made a mistake.
You say: Rahm Emaanuel was quoted in the New Yorker as saying that he and Obama "participated in a small group that met weekly when Rod was running for governor. We basically laid out the general election, Barack and I and these two."

I say: Find the link from the New Yorker and prove it. Find this on any credible site if you can. I call BS on this.

You say: Obama endorses people he barely knows? Obama endorsed Blagojevich in 2002 and 2006. Obama served as a top adviser to the Illinois governor in his first 2002 run for the state house.

I say: It's politics. Been going on since the 2 party system started. Dems elect Dems, Repubs elect Repubs. Sorry to repeat, but that is the way politics works. Am I wrong?

You say: On the Chicago TV show "Public Affairs with Jeff Berkowitz" on June 27, 2002, state Sen. Obama said, "Right now, my main focus is to make sure that we elect Rod Blagojevich as Governor"

I say: 2002? Really! 2002. Is this the best you have. 2002! Really OMFG

You say: You say Obama barely knew him? Would you like to correct that statement now? Have you got it in you to admit fault for once?

I say: you have no proof. All you have is horseshit.

You say: And no, I was not in the debate club. Apparently, you weren't either!

I say: you were just schooled, debate club or not.

Next!
truth

United States

#39 Aug 6, 2012
JoJo wrote:
<quoted text> Government spending, including spending designed to stimulate employment, may be derived from three sources. The first is taxes. If individual income taxes are raised by $3 billion to fund our highway project, disposable income is reduced by $3 billion. Consequently, individuals will demand less clothing, fewer appliances, and so on. Private sector employers will notice and respond by laying off workers. Since most of us will agree that we can spend our income more efficiently than can the government if only for the fact we do not have to pay a bureaucratic overhead chargeŚlay-offs in the affected companies will exceed the employment added by companies constructing the new highways.
If corporate taxes are raised instead of individual income taxes, they will eventually result in higher prices for consumers, lower real wages for workers, and lower returns for investors. All of these result in a decreased ability to buy clothing and appliances with the net result that unemployment increases, not decreases.
A second source of funds is government borrowing, but this borrowing increases the price of lendable funds, which reduces the amount of investment in the private sector. Consequently, fewer new factories, machines, and homes will be built. Not only does this decrease in private investment slow economic growth, it results in additional unemployment in these industries.
small goverment and low taxes for all is the only way.
ouch

Cookeville, TN

#40 Aug 7, 2012
truth wrote:
<quoted text>small goverment and low taxes for all is the only way.
It certainly has worked for the 1%. Taxes are the lowest in 50 years. Someone is doing awfully well and it ain't the middle class. Chew on that wingnuts.

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