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Since: Feb 10

ny ny

#650562 May 25, 2012
dem wrote:
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he'll go on forever!
He's that fkn dumb.
Kinda wierd. Lol. It seems important to him to have someone who coined the phrase "Power to the People" be his spokesman. Wonder why.

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#650563 May 25, 2012
RealDave wrote:
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1) The stimulus did not fail at all. It lowered the unemployment rate 1 1/2% & helped turn a shrinking economy into a growing one.
2) AIG insured all the financial institutions against certain losses. Bailing out AIG was merely a mechanism to help keep all their clients from failing.
3) We will the bulk of our GM money back. Meanwhile we are not paying for their unemployment or getting stick paying their pension program.
4) Solyndra was a good investment at the time. If you don't know this, you're am idiot.
5) Moving away from oil is nothing but GOOD for this country. Just think if those hundreds of billions that leave our borders every year for oil, could be spent in our economy. We do not have the oil reserves to supply all our oil needs regardless of what the moronic right says.
"real Dave"
You are full of manure. The stimulus bill did not lower the unemployment rate by 1 1/2%. I know you do not want to recall but remember when president nobama said pass my stimulus bill and the unemployment rate will not exceed 8%. It was less than 8% when he lied, now for what 39 months in a row it has been over 8%.
Cut the crap.
Peace
KMA
PS: Can hardly wait to see how you dodge and dance on this one. Oh, I know it is Bush's fault
carol

Windermere, FL

#650564 May 25, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>For the record you have A LOT of senior moments then.
A few. But don't worry, you're turn will roll around. From what I gather, it won't be that long.

It's not that I forget stuff, it's just that there's so much up there, some of it spills out.
carol

Windermere, FL

#650565 May 25, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>'See what happens when good men do nothing? Evil prevails. Just like they say it does.'
This is why I cannot stop posting on this thread. I fear if I do evil(rightwingers) will prevail.
Just proves how limited your understanding of real evil is.

Best to keep it to yourself so as to not embarrass yourself any more than is necessary.

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#650566 May 25, 2012
Tenzing wrote:
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Where do spending bills originate?
"dumos"
I beleive the house passed a spending bill and Reid and the democrat senate will not bring it up for vote. You forgot that little fact? Just once be hones, quit being a liberaltariandemocrat troll.
Peace
KMA
carol

Windermere, FL

#650567 May 25, 2012
Homer wrote:
Wait until Peppy gets back to find his desk out in the parking lot.
He'll probably just put up a table umbrella and enjoy being in the great outdoors and someplace you're not.

But, then again, he might get so angry, he'll rip up your Nancy Pelosi posters.
carol

Windermere, FL

#650568 May 25, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, Carol, the really smart liberals don't bother reading your repetitive dittoheaded snarkiness any more. Almost all national politicians are bought these days; I just want to make sure I vote for the ones who were worth it.
Snarkiness? Moi?

Like the lyrics say in that Animals' song...
I'm just a soul whose intentions are good
Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood.

Probably just comes across that way to liberals such as yourself.

I'm actually as sweet as pie.
carol

Windermere, FL

#650569 May 25, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, Carol, the really smart liberals don't bother reading your repetitive dittoheaded snarkiness any more. Almost all national politicians are bought these days; I just want to make sure I vote for the ones who were worth it.
By the way, could you please name the smart liberals on here for future reference?

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#650570 May 25, 2012
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>LOL! Hilarious
"silly"
Why do you think the nastiest posters are hilarious? Just curious.
Peace
PS: No answer expected.
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#650571 May 25, 2012
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
By the way, could you please name the smart liberals on here for future reference?
I don't know if they're liberals but I can name the smart people with one hand tied behind my back - In no particular order - Tenzing, RealDave, Realtime, Yepperz, John 'Nobama' Galt(also pure evil, doesn't make him stupid), Lily, Jean(whereabouts unknown hopefully some rightwinger didn't hurt her), Sonicfilter, Peppy(smart and funny), Carol(smart yet also dumb), JEB, dem (also funny), keyedup(also a little bit crazy and funny), dupont, eman(although he like to argue with everyone), leosnana, janesays(also a vile hateful beast) and basically any non-rightwingers with the exception of the aformentioned, oh and also anyone who judges any of my posts with a 'funny'.
carol

Windermere, FL

#650572 May 25, 2012
Well, my precious little judge-its are beginning to annoy me so need a little break from the lunacy.

Not that I wasn't having loads of fun.

It won't be long. Don't worry, Homer. I know how upset you were when you thought I was really leaving for good that one time. I promise not to ever do that again. Turns out I just needed an extended break from the lunacy when that happened. This will be a little one.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#650573 May 25, 2012
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
I understood you to mean the WTC bombers were the 9/11 hijackers.
If I misunderstood, a thousand apologies.
However, a lot of good that did - arresting the few who first bombed the Twin Towers - so that the enemy could begin plotting an even bigger attack on 9/11.
See what happens when good men do nothing? Evil prevails. Just like they say it does.
Different organization. How is catching those responsible "doing nothing"?

You really should get checked out.
John Galt

Houston, TX

#650574 May 25, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, Carol, the really smart liberals don't bother reading your repetitive dittoheaded snarkiness any more. Almost all national politicians are bought these days; I just want to make sure I vote for the ones who were worth it.
Pot-kettle-black

Carol is naive.

You, on the other hand, are one of the snarkiest bitches around.
John Galt

Houston, TX

#650575 May 25, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know if they're liberals but I can name the smart people with one hand tied behind my back - In no particular order - Tenzing, RealDave, Realtime, Yepperz, John 'Nobama' Galt(also pure evil, doesn't make him stupid), Lily, Jean(whereabouts unknown hopefully some rightwinger didn't hurt her), Sonicfilter, Peppy(smart and funny), Carol(smart yet also dumb), JEB, dem (also funny), keyedup(also a little bit crazy and funny), dupont, eman(although he like to argue with everyone), leosnana, janesays(also a vile hateful beast) and basically any non-rightwingers with the exception of the aformentioned, oh and also anyone who judges any of my posts with a 'funny'.
Danke.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#650576 May 25, 2012
carol wrote:
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Just to give you a few examples of duplication - keeping in mind it's only the tip of the iceberg:
*Twenty agencies operating 56 programs dedicated to financial literacy. GAO and agencies canít estimate what they cost.
*The federal government runs 80 economic development programs at four agencies at a cost of $6.5 billion.
*The Department of Transportation spends $58 billion on 100 programs run by five agencies with 6,000 employees that havenít evolved since 1956.
*Fifteen federal agencies administer more than 30 food-related laws.
*At least five departments, eight agencies and more than two dozen presidential appointees oversee $6.48 billion related to bioterrorism.
http://blog.heritage.org/2011/03/01/duplicati...
The top ten of a long list of wasteful spending:
1. The federal government made at least $72 billion in improper payments in 2008.
2. Washington spends $92 billion on corporate welfare (excluding TARP) versus $71 billion on homeland security.
3. Washington spends $25 billion annually maintaining unused or vacant federal properties.
4. Government auditors spent the past five years examining all federal programs and found that 22 percent of them -- costing taxpayers a total of $123 billion annually -- fail to show any positive impact on the populations they serve.
5. The Congressional Budget Office published a "Budget Options" series identifying more than $100 billion in potential spending cuts.
6. Examples from multiple Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports of wasteful duplication include 342 economic development programs; 130 programs serving the disabled; 130 programs serving at-risk youth; 90 early childhood development programs; 75 programs funding international education, cultural, and training exchange activities; and 72 safe water programs.
7. Washington will spend $2.6 million training Chinese prostitutes to drink more responsibly on the job.
8. A GAO audit classified nearly half of all purchases on government credit cards as improper, fraudulent, or embezzled. Examples of taxpayer-funded purchases include gambling, mortgage payments, liquor, lingerie, iPods, Xboxes, jewelry, Internet dating services, and Hawaiian vacations. In one extraordinary example, the Postal Service spent $13,500 on one dinner at a Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, including "over 200 appetizers and over $3,000 of alcohol, including more than 40 bottles of wine costing more than $50 each and brand-name liquor such as Courvoisier, Belvedere and Johnny Walker Gold." The 81 guests consumed an average of $167 worth of food and drink apiece.
9. Federal agencies are delinquent on nearly 20 percent of employee travel charge cards, costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
10. The Securities and Exchange Commission spent $3.9 million rearranging desks and offices at its Washington, D.C., headquarters.
http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2009...
Wouldn't it be nice if the Democrats joined the Republicans in saying enough waste and duplication?
Wow!

Obama did all that on his first day in office?

Amazing!

What'd he do on his second day?

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#650577 May 25, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Calm down, you're gonna have a stroke. Sit back and count to ten then have a nice cold glass of lemonade. Afterall who doesn't like to a nice cold glass of lemonade on a hot sunny day?
"count to 10"???

I gotta say Homer, you're getting a bit unreasonable with these folks.

Since: May 11

Newville, PA

#650578 May 25, 2012
EasyEed wrote:
<quoted text>
"dumos"
I beleive the house passed a spending bill and Reid and the democrat senate will not bring it up for vote. You forgot that little fact? Just once be hones, quit being a liberaltariandemocrat troll.
Peace
KMA
I get it. Obama dos a budget & the Senate doesn't vote on it & it's Obama's fault.

The House passes a budget & the Senate doesn't vote on it then its Reid's fault.

Funny how that works.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#650579 May 25, 2012
carol wrote:
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Yeah and the 111 democrats who said, "You go bush! You have my vote!"
The deficit has been increasing by a significant amount every year for decades. And, yes, the global economy being dramatically interrupted by 9/11 and having to get it back up and running again and finally going after the bad guys so you possibly won't be the next victim being video taped jumping off a high building did cost some money.
By how much has Obama increased the deficit in less than 4 years again? And what exactly do we have to show for it?
Uhh nope, that's just the stupid talking and I'm tired of trying to shut it up. Go on, embarrass yourself.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#650580 May 25, 2012
Tenzing wrote:
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Seems quite a few of my posts really stick with you.
Yours don't in case you were wondering.
Yeah, like sht on the bottom of my shoe.

I wasn't.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#650581 May 25, 2012
EasyEed wrote:
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"real Dave"
You are full of manure. The stimulus bill did not lower the unemployment rate by 1 1/2%. I know you do not want to recall but remember when president nobama said pass my stimulus bill and the unemployment rate will not exceed 8%. It was less than 8% when he lied, now for what 39 months in a row it has been over 8%.
Cut the crap.
Peace
KMA
PS: Can hardly wait to see how you dodge and dance on this one. Oh, I know it is Bush's fault
"real Dave"

You are full of manure. Remember the fish that filled all the buckets Wednesday while burping a Slimy goof? Well, likely suffrage will carry those bones into a creek where the bottom's all wet. So they said there were eight but I counted blue and that was not the extent of it. I found that if you don't look it'll all be round with feathers and a fruitcake but you go on down that driveway.
Fiddle a mongoose.
Piece
KMA
PS: Finding an aardvark in your sleeping bag well ... that's just the ravioli talking.

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