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American Lady

Danville, KY

#41548 Jun 7, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>THERE Were A 150 RECALL Elections in 2011 of which 75 were sucessful... theses recalls cost money too! Not all were on a national level of course but still it's the peoples right to do so under the law.
We can disagree with them,but we can not do away with them!
It would be an infringement on our freedoms!
Like it or not!
I'm "disappointed" in you tofy.....
You had my attention....until YOU said, "Like it or not!"
Why be a "smartazz?"

I'm PROUD to be a Natural Born CITIZEN of these United STATES.....are YOU?

I also BELIEVE in God and the U.S. Constitution!
U.S. Constitution IS this Country's Bible.........

I'm also for FAIRNESS!!!!!!!!
but NOT socialism.......

NOT robbing Peter to pay Paul.......

WE need Justice put back into OUR courts.....
Lady Justice CRIES daily!

I could go "on and on"

B
U
T

I won't..........
Hey

Morehead, KY

#41549 Jun 7, 2012
What are the effects of NAFTA/CAFTA on the American economy?
The Economic Policy Institute published a study of the effects of NAFTA on the U.S. worker more than a decade after its 1993 passage. The results are alarming.
Despite its name, the primary purpose of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was not to facilitate trade among separate sovereign societies. Rather, it was to promote an integrated continental economy and establish the rules to govern it.
Twelve years later, it is clear that the costs to workers outweighed the benefits in all three nations.
The 1 million jobs displaced by NAFTA trade, primarily in manufacturing, would have paid $800 per week or more in 2004. The average job in the rest of the economy paid only $683 per week, 16% to 19% less than trade-related jobs. Growing trade deficits with Mexico and Canada have pushed more than 1 million workers out of higher-wage jobs and into lower-wage positions in non-trade related industries. Thus, the displacement of 1 million jobs from traded to non-traded goods industries reduced wage payments to U.S. workers by $7.6 billion in 2004 alone.
NAFTA alone is responsible for the loss of at least 1,000,000 good paying U.S. jobs, mostly in manufacturing while at the same time wages continue to be driven down.
Other job killing Clinton initiatives, besides NAFTA and the U.S. joining the WTO, include Clinton praising the approval of China into the WTO with the statement "This landmark act will extend our economic prosperity at home while increasing the prospects for more openness in China".
Again, Clinton lied and continued his ruthless manipulation of the American worker (Bush is no different). There was no extension of economic prosperity in the U.S. resulting from America joining the WTO and approving the entry of China into the organization. In an Economic Policy Institute (EPI) analysis, the results of trade with China equated to staggering job losses in America.
Contrary to the predictions of its supporters, China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) has failed to reduce its trade surplus with the United States or increase overall U.S. employment. The rise in the U.S. trade deficit with China between 1997 and 2006 has displaced production that could have supported 2,166,000 U.S. jobs. Most of these jobs (1.8 million) have been lost since China entered the WTO in 2001.Between 2001 and 2006, jobs were displaced in every state and the District of Columbia. Nearly three-quarters of the jobs displaced were in manufacturing industries. Simply put, the promised benefits of trade liberalization with China have been unfulfilled.
Many economists blame the catastrophic trade imbalances between China and the U.S. as no more than China deliberately keeping its currency devalued while imposing slave wage rates. EPI suggests that this equates to a 40% Chinese subsidy on exports.
As a matter of policy, China tightly pegs its currency's value to that of the dollar at a rate that encourages a large bilateral surplus with the United States. Maintaining this peg required the purchase of about $200 billion in U.S. Treasury Bills and other securities in 2006 alone.1 This intervention makes the yuan artificially cheap and provides an effective subsidy on Chinese exports; best estimates are that the rate of this effective subsidy is roughly 40%. China also engages in extensive suppression of labor rights; it has been estimated that wages in China would be 47% to 85% higher in the absence of labor repression.
As the Chinese cleverly manipulate their currency to give subsidized Chinese products price advantages in foreign markets, this is at the expense of the American worker. More importantly, there is no way that the American worker can possibly compete with the slave wages in China.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#41550 Jun 7, 2012
NAFTA

Download PDF version of guide for print
I. Introduction

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was implemented on January 1, 1994. It is designed to remove tariff barriers between the U.S., Canada and Mexico. NAFTA includes two important side agreements on environmental and labor issues that extend into cooperative efforts to reconcile policies, and procedures for dispute resolution between the member states. NAFTA is known in French as ALENA (Accord de libre-échange nord américain), and in Spanish as TLC (Tratado de libre comercio) or TLCAN (Tratado de libre comercio de américa del norte).

NAFTA was preceded by an agreement between Canada and the United States called the U.S-Canada Free-Trade Agreement (FTA) which was effective on January 1, 1989, and is now suspended due to NAFTA.

http://www.law.duke.edu/lib/researchguides/na...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#41551 Jun 7, 2012
Ta ta.......

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#41552 Jun 7, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
What point? You don’ have a point you don’t even have an argument, all you have is stupid moronic wingnuz noise! So let me make the point for you Forrest. The Gdub tax cuts have been in place for ten years now – where are the jobs and the steaming economy that will surely follow THE TAX CUTS?????
You know the point, Obama likes the tax cuts or else he would have nixed them.

Keep paddling Gilligan, you're almost to the other side of the lagoon.

“"Who's happier than me?"”

Since: Oct 11

Merry Christmas!

#41553 Jun 7, 2012
Efficient wrote:
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah right keeping 60 and 70 year old coal fired plants makes a lot of sense...not. Retooling these plants would cost more than they're worth. New energy efficient plants geared toward smarter carbon catching and generation of electrical output is the only way to go. Again regressive thinking leads to more waste of energy and money! Progress,progress,and more progress!
Plus rebuilding our electrical grid would seem a wise investment don't you think?
I work for a gas pipeline company that is 65 years old and like the automobile industry or any industry that is still in business do not resemble the company 65 years ago nor do they have any of the equipment they started with.
The gas pipeline company and the coal-fired power plants have modernized, replaced and upgraded their equipment several times over the years.
If there is a coal fired power plant near you go and take a tour of the facility.
If you weren’t a Democrat you would take pride in how efficient and clean they operate.
Sorry Efficient!! I know how coal companies circumvent rules and regulations...smoke and mirrors and other means.I've see it since I was old enough to carry a coal bucket and I PERSONALLY KNOW OSHA AND MINE INSPECTORS! Some go by the book and some go by something else! Catch my drift?
And yes there is a plant within 5 miles of my home!
Of which I personally know over half the employees. It has nothing to do with my politics sorry to disappoint you on that assumption.
Would you want an 70 year old hospital trying to renovate or would a new one better to ease your worry about heath-care?
Old cobbled-up schools or new ones?
BTW me being a Democrat has nothing to do with my pride in wanting a state-of-the-art facility in any company to serve America in a top notch capability!
Also I'm for using our natural resources but do it in a responsible manner for as long as we can sustain that ability!

“"Who's happier than me?"”

Since: Oct 11

Merry Christmas!

#41554 Jun 7, 2012
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm "disappointed" in you tofy.....
You had my attention....until YOU said, "Like it or not!"
Why be a "smartazz?"
I'm PROUD to be a Natural Born CITIZEN of these United STATES.....are YOU?
I also BELIEVE in God and the U.S. Constitution!
U.S. Constitution IS this Country's Bible.........
I'm also for FAIRNESS!!!!!!!!
but NOT socialism.......
NOT robbing Peter to pay Paul.......
WE need Justice put back into OUR courts.....
Lady Justice CRIES daily!
I could go "on and on"
B
U
T
I won't..........
Wasn't my intention on being a SmartAzz. bad choice of words on my part. And you know I'm proud to be an American! That did upset me because of all people you should know that!
Plus I hold our Constitution in the highest regards,but sometime our interpretation may differ that's all. I think you know that too!
I hope you do?
I do prefer to keep my religious beliefs personal though.However I will quote the Bible from time to time as to help a point or two!
My best regards AL!
UNREAL

Glasgow, KY

#41555 Jun 7, 2012
MrsWindy01 wrote:
<quoted text> So, you are a veteran who is going to be voting for Romney? Are you aware that Romney, who was a draft-dodger is ALSO not commemorating D-Day? I guess that's okay with you however,'eh? If it's shameful that President Obama is not commemorating D-Day,it ought to be equally shameful for Romney. At least Obama never evaded military service at a time of war, as did Romney and his sons. It is also notable, in a disturbing way, that the Fox Nationalists took the extra step to complain about the political fallout from not commemorating this anniversary. That is really all they think about. Politics is far more important to them than principle. Had Obama held a D-Day event, the response from Fox would undoubtedly have been that he was exploiting it for political gain and using the troops for a photo-op.
Fox News can be relied upon for only one thing: Strictly one-side, partisan propaganda for the benefit of Republicans and the detriment of Democrats. Roger Ailes works for the RNC, or perhaps vice versa. It’s hard to tell.
For the record, both Obama and Romney tweeted memorials to D-Day participants and survivors.
The only thing you proved is that you are full of a tremendous amount of hot air, Windy. Where do you get your facts? Obviously from Rachael Madcow on PMSNBC. lol

Please attempt to do the following things and maybe, just maybe, people will take at least some of your future posts seriously. Don't hold your breath (that much hot air will kill ya!) waiting for any type of respect concerning such a silly post.

1. Do your homework. Research. Obviously you go to your favorite shit stirring commentator or you find a site on the net that tells you what you want to believe and you take their word as gospel rather than doing what most adults and high school kids do...educate yourself before spewing talking head points than can be so easily skewed.

When will people, such as yourself, actually mature? You are playing follow the leader with the lame excuses and Obama's lame blame game. In case you aren't aware...Barrack Hussein Obama is our president. Romney is not our president...yet! Everything Obama is questioned about or any action he does or doesn't do is always followed by the same old lame blame game excuse. Whaaaaaa, Bush did it too. Whaaaaaa, Romney didn't do it either. Whaaaaaa! That inexcusable excuse changed the fact that the sitting president of the United States of America will not commemorate D-Day...how? lol Speak up...how?

It's time for you people to put on your big boy and girl panties and own your own crap. Stop crying and making excuses. You would think that at least some of you morons would have figured out by now that your lame blame game isn't working and it only set you up for ridicule down the road. lol

Here's an example if you are still confused a bit. Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Shultz was on CNN and she arrogantly claimed the Wisconsin recall vote would be a dry run for the November presidential election. When her "side" lost she came back crying and blaming. She is a rabid, er avid, Obama supporter. NOW she claims that the republicans had outside dollars coming into Wisconsin that tipped the scales in their favor and that is why Governor Walker is still Governor. Wait. Huh? WTF? How many outside and local union dollars have been spent since THEY decided to take a stand and challenge the republican Governor that has some amazing accomplishments for Wisconsin on his in just a short time? The unions poured out huge amounts of money to get the protests started and to occupy Wisconsin's Capitol and to get the groundwork started for the costly recall process. Schultz feels as though her side was "outspent". lol That's her excuse story and she is sticking with it. Evidently you get your info from those type of crybaby lame blamers. Whatever gets you through your day Mrs. Wendy. LMMFAO

“"Who's happier than me?"”

Since: Oct 11

Merry Christmas!

#41556 Jun 7, 2012
BBL Errands to run...yuk!:(

“"Who's happier than me?"”

Since: Oct 11

Merry Christmas!

#41557 Jun 7, 2012
UNREAL wrote:
<quoted text>
The only thing you proved is that you are full of a tremendous amount of hot air, Windy. Where do you get your facts? Obviously from Rachael Madcow on PMSNBC. lol
Please attempt to do the following things and maybe, just maybe, people will take at least some of your future posts seriously. Don't hold your breath (that much hot air will kill ya!) waiting for any type of respect concerning such a silly post.
1. Do your homework. Research. Obviously you go to your favorite shit stirring commentator or you find a site on the net that tells you what you want to believe and you take their word as gospel rather than doing what most adults and high school kids do...educate yourself before spewing talking head points than can be so easily skewed.
When will people, such as yourself, actually mature? You are playing follow the leader with the lame excuses and Obama's lame blame game. In case you aren't aware...Barrack Hussein Obama is our president. Romney is not our president...yet! Everything Obama is questioned about or any action he does or doesn't do is always followed by the same old lame blame game excuse. Whaaaaaa, Bush did it too. Whaaaaaa, Romney didn't do it either. Whaaaaaa! That inexcusable excuse changed the fact that the sitting president of the United States of America will not commemorate D-Day...how? lol Speak up...how?
It's time for you people to put on your big boy and girl panties and own your own crap. Stop crying and making excuses. You would think that at least some of you morons would have figured out by now that your lame blame game isn't working and it only set you up for ridicule down the road. lol
Here's an example if you are still confused a bit. Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Shultz was on CNN and she arrogantly claimed the Wisconsin recall vote would be a dry run for the November presidential election. When her "side" lost she came back crying and blaming. She is a rabid, er avid, Obama supporter. NOW she claims that the republicans had outside dollars coming into Wisconsin that tipped the scales in their favor and that is why Governor Walker is still Governor. Wait. Huh? WTF? How many outside and local union dollars have been spent since THEY decided to take a stand and challenge the republican Governor that has some amazing accomplishments for Wisconsin on his in just a short time? The unions poured out huge amounts of money to get the protests started and to occupy Wisconsin's Capitol and to get the groundwork started for the costly recall process. Schultz feels as though her side was "outspent". lol That's her excuse story and she is sticking with it. Evidently you get your info from those type of crybaby lame blamers. Whatever gets you through your day Mrs. Wendy. LMMFAO
Forget Romney!
Blast OBAMA....
What about Bush?
Please wait... Reply » Bush administration commemorated D-Day in 2001 and 2004, but spent others in meetings and at least one concert. White House archives of June 6 for each year President Bush was in office only show Bush commemorating D-Day in 2001 and 2004. In 2001, Bush dedicated a D-Day memorial in Virginia, and in 2004, he went to Normandy to mark the 60th anniversary of D-Day. There are no "news" references to D-Day in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, or 2008.
Do a little research once in awhile before you condemn others huh?

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#41558 Jun 7, 2012
A new CBS News/New York Times poll reveals that nearly seven in ten Americans want the Supreme Court to overturn either all of President Obama's health care law or strike down just the individual mandate.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-574487...
your word is good

Glasgow, KY

#41559 Jun 7, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
BBL Errands to run...yuk!:(
Don't forget to share the wealth on your day out! Head to the nearest Liquor store and pick up the tab for a few of the people our stingy hard working society has left behind. You owe them. You are responsible for them. Obama will be proud of you. Biggie size their beer and pay their child support. Good for you! Practice what you preach!
WakeUp

Campbellsville, KY

#41560 Jun 7, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry Efficient!! I know how coal companies circumvent rules and regulations...smoke and mirrors and other means.I've see it since I was old enough to carry a coal bucket and I PERSONALLY KNOW OSHA AND MINE INSPECTORS! Some go by the book and some go by something else! Catch my drift?
And yes there is a plant within 5 miles of my home!
Of which I personally know over half the employees. It has nothing to do with my politics sorry to disappoint you on that assumption.
Would you want an 70 year old hospital trying to renovate or would a new one better to ease your worry about heath-care?
Old cobbled-up schools or new ones?
BTW me being a Democrat has nothing to do with my pride in wanting a state-of-the-art facility in any company to serve America in a top notch capability!
Also I'm for using our natural resources but do it in a responsible manner for as long as we can sustain that ability!
The question wouldn't be "old cobbled up schools" and "70 year old hospitals" OR "new ones"-it's closing down the "older" coal fired power plants and NOT opening any new ones. The NEW natural gas plants etc won't be online before the coal plants close.

And even the "new" coal plants we've built in the past dozen years or so are going to have to raise their prices as their costs per unit of coal raised 700%-800% thanks to Obama's EPA over reach.

As for your talk on OSHA and mine inspectors-what good is more regulations going to do, if we don't enforce the ones we currently have on the books anyway? or do we need someone to regulate the regulators, and so on and so forth?

If you know about all of these rule violations, regulation breaking of the coal companies, why not turn them over to the authorities? Or are we back to - the authorities wouldn't do anything? If so, see the above.
frank

Oakland, CA

#41561 Jun 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
What are the effects of NAFTA/CAFTA on the American economy?
The Economic Policy Institute published a study of the effects of NAFTA on the U.S. worker more than a decade after its 1993 passage. The results are alarming.
Despite its name, the primary purpose of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was not to facilitate trade among separate sovereign societies. Rather, it was to promote an integrated continental economy and establish the rules to govern it.
Twelve years later, it is clear that the costs to workers outweighed the benefits in all three nations.
The 1 million jobs displaced by NAFTA trade, primarily in manufacturing, would have paid $800 per week or more in 2004. The average job in the rest of the economy paid only $683 per week, 16% to 19% less than trade-related jobs. Growing trade deficits with Mexico and Canada have pushed more than 1 million workers out of higher-wage jobs and into lower-wage positions in non-trade related industries. Thus, the displacement of 1 million jobs from traded to non-traded goods industries reduced wage payments to U.S. workers by $7.6 billion in 2004 alone.
NAFTA alone is responsible for the loss of at least 1,000,000 good paying U.S. jobs, mostly in manufacturing while at the same time wages continue to be driven down.
Other job killing Clinton initiatives, besides NAFTA and the U.S. joining the WTO, include Clinton praising the approval of China into the WTO with the statement "This landmark act will extend our economic prosperity at home while increasing the prospects for more openness in China".
Again, Clinton lied and continued his ruthless manipulation of the American worker (Bush is no different). There was no extension of economic prosperity in the U.S. resulting from America joining the WTO and approving the entry of China into the organization. In an Economic Policy Institute (EPI) analysis, the results of trade with China equated to staggering job losses in America.
Contrary to the predictions of its supporters, China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) has failed to reduce its trade surplus with the United States or increase overall U.S. employment. The rise in the U.S. trade deficit with China between 1997 and 2006 has displaced production that could have supported 2,166,000 U.S. jobs. Most of these jobs (1.8 million) have been lost since China entered the WTO in 2001.Between 2001 and 2006, jobs were displaced in every state and the District of Columbia. Nearly three-quarters of the jobs displaced were in manufacturing industries. Simply put, the promised benefits of trade liberalization with China have been unfulfilled.
Many economists blame the catastrophic trade imbalances between China and the U.S. as no more than China deliberately keeping its currency devalued while imposing slave wage rates. EPI suggests that this equates to a 40% Chinese subsidy on exports.
.
Who ever penned this piece about NAFTA is making a political statement, most of it is ill informed or just plain false. The direct effect of NAFTA on U.S.-Mexico trade is fairly small, and thus the direct impact on the U.S. labor market is also small; trade with Mexico was growing before NAFTA's implementation, and would likely have continued to grow with or without the deal. Overall, the NAFTA deal has expanded U.S. GDP very slightly and has had a similar effect-both positive and small-on the Canadian and Mexican economies. It is a ‘tempest in teapot’ at best!
Hey

Morehead, KY

#41562 Jun 7, 2012
Let me guess,You were there when it was written right, It opened the door for WTO (CHINA)..
Hey

Morehead, KY

#41563 Jun 7, 2012
Oh by the way how many Golden Eagles you guys killed this week?????

For all your brains you guys are pretty much dumb::

Ever hear of chain link,It doesn't stop wind but it will stop the Eagles and other birds from flying into these fans..

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#41564 Jun 7, 2012
When he gets to the fundraiser in San Fran they will get the Joke about, going all the way down.
Hey

Morehead, KY

#41565 Jun 7, 2012
California's attempts to switch to green energy have inadvertently put the survival of the state’s golden eagles at risk.

Scores of the protected birds have been dying each year after colliding with the blades of about 5,000 wind turbines.

Now the drive for renewable power sources, such as wind and the sun, being promoted by President Obama and state Governor Jerry Brown has raised fears that the number of newborn golden eagles may not be able to keep pace with the number of turbine fatalities..

The death count along the ridgelines of the Bay Area’s Altamount Pass Wind Resource Area has averaged 67 a year for three decades.

The 200ft high turbines, which have been operating since the 1980s, lie in the heart of the grassy canyons that are home to one of the highest densities of nesting golden eagles in the US.

‘It would take 167 pairs of local nesting golden eagles to produce enough young to compensate for their mortality rate related to wind energy production,’ field biologist Doug Bell, manager of East Bay Regional Park District's wildlife programme, told the Los Angeles Times.‘We only have 60 pairs,’ he added.
frank

Oakland, CA

#41566 Jun 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
California's attempts to switch to green energy have inadvertently put the survival of the state’s golden eagles at risk.
Scores of the protected birds have been dying each year after colliding with the blades of about 5,000 wind turbines.
Now the drive for renewable power sources, such as wind and the sun, being promoted by President Obama and state Governor Jerry Brown has raised fears that the number of newborn golden eagles may not be able to keep pace with the number of turbine fatalities..
The death count along the ridgelines of the Bay Area’s Altamount Pass Wind Resource Area has averaged 67 a year for three decades.
The 200ft high turbines, which have been operating since the 1980s, lie in the heart of the grassy canyons that are home to one of the highest densities of nesting golden eagles in the US.
‘It would take 167 pairs of local nesting golden eagles to produce enough young to compensate for their mortality rate related to wind energy production,’ field biologist Doug Bell, manager of East Bay Regional Park District's wildlife programme, told the Los Angeles Times.‘We only have 60 pairs,’ he added.
It is a nationwide problem, it's estimated that thousands of birds, including eagles, falcons, hawks, owls, gulls, waterfowl and songbirds, are killed by wind turbines.
Eastern golden eagles are among the rarest species out there. West of the Mississippi River their population is estimated at 20,000; east of the river, estimates vary from 1,500 to 3,000. For years, researchers have focused on the ‘goldens’ that wing their way through the mountains of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, part of the Northern Appalachian range, and on the emerging wind energy industry that has grown up there in the past decade. There may be more of these birds wintering in northwest Connecticut than anybody has ever realized. While not an endangered or threatened species, golden eagles are protected under the 1940 Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act against harassment or killing. Their particular hunting style puts them at a greater risk around wind turbines
frank

Oakland, CA

#41567 Jun 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
Let me guess,You were there when it was written right, It opened the door for WTO (CHINA)..
You think a second stupid statement cancels the first one or both?

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