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August 05, 2011

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jay

The dronebot is indeed a POS---a piece of socialist.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:51 PM

Some will say this is a distinction without a difference. Will I argue the point?

No.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:54 PM

Once again, As Sargent Friday said, "Just the facts, mam."

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http://therealrexray.com/2011/08/02/of-tea-parties-and-the-confederacy/

So, there's the link and part of the article.

Posted by: jay | August 07, 2011 at 02:48 PM

Now, I know why color is spoken so much on the memo.

thebuckstopshere

hey anybody here remember when the party of the worker fought for private sector jobs on American soil?

I never could understand why a government worker had to unionize............but I do have a problem with private sector vs public sector unions equated as the same thing.........

I do believe the only jobs today being created by the party of the worker to be PUBLIC SECTOR............


CONNECT THE DOTS & SUCK IT...............

DJ

I haven't sized him up as POS. Until now. Now I've decided to use it---but in a far more damning way (in my opinion) than the original.

The dronebot is indeed a POS---a piece of socialist.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:51 PM

Some will say this is a distinction without a difference. Will I argue the point?

No.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:54 PM

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Plain ol' POS will suffice in the case of dronebot. Calling him a "peice of socialist" would ascribe a certain degree of intelectual sophistication to donebot's mischievous childlike mind. Again, POS in its most common usage is the appropriate description.

jay

I do believe the only jobs today being created by the party of the worker to be PUBLIC SECTOR............


CONNECT THE DOTS & SUCK IT...............

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | August 07, 2011 at 03:15 PM

Public jobs have decreased. Private jobs have increased.
Will have to look for those links that show it.

Finding it, again will depend on how I word the question.
Not, trying to make something up. That's why I include the links with what I find.

jay

http://www.americablog.com/2011/08/jobs-private-sector-growthpublic-sector.html

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/ezra-klein/2010/08/jobs_report_public_sector_lose.html

"Jobs report: Public sector loses 202,000 jobs; private sector gains 71,000"

Conservatives will continue to disagree.

While ignoring that Reagan increaes public-sector jobs anD Clinton decreased them. They have their own lil talky points. They hate whatever proves them wrong.

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to donebot's mischievous childlike mind. Again, POS in its most common usage is the appropriate description.

Posted by: DJ | August 07, 2011 at 03:33 PM

To think. I get called all these things. Just beacuse I took the time to research the facts.
And, quit listening to the good ol Party politics propaganda!

jay

There are other links that show that the public-sector is loseing jobs while the Private-sector is gaining more. Not, enough of course.
But, it goes against what the Conservatives say.

DJ

The Flawed Ideology Destroying the West


"Anyone watching or reading the news this week will be aware that the stock markets are in turmoil across the world. Meanwhile, in our corner of the planet, doubts continue as to whether the Euro Zone can survive in its present form, despite repeated bailouts to its struggling members. To most observers it seems almost inevitable that one or more of the weaker economies will fail with the unavoidable impact that will have on other economies and financial institutions.

One after another, previously healthy European countries are taking more and more drastic measures just to keep the lights on, the trains running and their people fed. In countries such as Greece and Portugal, borrowing has reached levels where it will be a millstone around the necks of not just this generation of tax payers, but certainly the next and maybe their children as well. Even closer to home, Ireland, a country once known as the Celtic Tiger, faces crippling levels of debt and austerity as it surveys its broken economy and its people’s once proud but now shattered dreams.

There are fears now for Italy, an economy far too large to be bailed out like others have been. Were it to fail, the outcome would be truly catastrophic, yet it is no longer fanciful to predict such an outcome.

That is by no means the end of it, in Spain unemployment has reached 21%, and its financial outlook is looking particularly unhealthy. Like Italy, Spain is also too big to be saved were it to fail, and again that is also a distinct possibility.

The current crisis extends far beyond the Euro Zone countries. Many of the new accession states, which have not yet joined the Euro are in dire situations, and so are many of the older, and historically stronger countries. In Britain, for example, we are only beginning to feel the effects of the austerity measures being taken to cope with the mess we are in.

The British national debt stands at £1.1 trillion, higher, in real terms, than at any point in our peacetime history. That means we owe £15,208 for every man, woman and child on these islands, or £33,121 for every tax payer. And our debt will grow by £167.9 billion in the coming year alone, whatever measures the government takes.

Other countries are in similar situations. Across Europe some 22.4 million people are unemployed, and that figure disguises the levels of youth unemployment, scarring the lives and futures of those now entering the employment market. As of June 2011 youth unemployment in Europe stood at 20.5%, with even higher rates in some areas such as Spain 45.7%, Greece 38.5%, Slovakia 33.3% and Lithuania 32.9%. Even in mighty Germany, the one European state which seems to be weathering the storm, youth unemployment stands at 9.1%.

There will be much more rioting on the streets of this continent in the difficult months and years to come.

The situation is not much different outside Europe. Only this week the Australian government revised its estimated growth rate downward. Meanwhile in America, after weeks of wrangling over how much more they should borrow from China in order to to keep the country’s infrastructure from collapsing, the American people were humiliated after seeing their nation’s credit rating reduced for the first time in history.

That is to say we now live in a world where there are doubts as to whether the richest and most powerful country on the planet will be able to repay its debts. Where does that leave the rest of us?

How did we reach this point?

Well, lets blow one myth out of the water right away, this was not the fault of greedy bankers and reckless investment houses. Bank bail outs amounted to no more than a minuscule fraction of our problems, on their own they were an irrelevance.

Overwhelmingly we are in this state for one reason only, that is the failed and discredited political ideology which western governments still cling to like battered spouses, their spirits broken by abuse, cling to the brutes and bitches that abuse them.

Look to the single common factor which has applied to every once prosperous western nation which is currently facing ruin. In many ways the countries of the West have been very different, some have had predominantly left wing governments, others have been more right wing, many offer extensive welfare provision, whereas others have been less generous.

However, in other respects they have all followed an identical path, albeit for different reasons; they have all encouraged mass, virtually uncontrolled, immigration. They all share a steadfast belief in the flawed doctrine of globalisation, and they all worship at the deadly shrine of multiculturalism.

Why are our leaders so committed to policies which are so at odds with the wishes and well being of their electorates?

Some, the true zealots on both sides of the political spectrum, have done so because they believe they are bringing about a new world order. Others still work for the destruction of Western society with the same determination as their Marxist and Trotskyist fathers who believed soviet communism, rather than mass migration, would destroy the capitalist West.

The rest fall into three camps:

•The left do it partly for warped ideological reason and more cynically in the belief they are building a permanent left leaning constituency.
•Mass immigration is popular on the right as they see it as a limitless source of cheap labour and a means of controlling the domestic workforce.
•Yet another group are too afraid of being called racist to resist.
Whatever their reasons their actions have brought us to this point and to the brink of our destruction.

We are repeatedly told that immigration brings great advantage to the West, day by day the evidence exposes that lie.

After fifty years off mass immigration from the third world, at levels unseen in our history, the West faces universal economic decline and, in many instances, economic disaster, whilst, those third world Asian countries, such as India and China which are net exporters of immigrants are thriving.

Individual immigrants may have brought some benefit, however as a whole any benefit from third world immigration has been far outweighed by the pressure it has placed on services, on society in general and most damagingly upon our economy.

European immigration to the rest of the world in the 18th, 19th and early 20th Century brought great advances. That was because immigrants from an advanced culture were taking that culture to under developed and disadvantaged areas. Admittingly, in some ways it did also cause problems. The reverse of course has only done damage.

Immigration to the West brings no net benefit other than to the immigrants themselves, and that benefit is in no measure commensurate with the damage being done to the host community and the host economy.

This has been going on for 50 years and much of Europe would have gone under already were it not for Germany. Europe today is being carried on the back of Germany, a country which despite mass immigration still has a huge indigenous workforce, but that can not continue for ever, and at some point the Germanic Atlas will shrug. The German people are already crying “Enough”.

America, a nation built on European immigration, opened its doors to non-European immigration in the 1960′s and by doing so sewed the first seeds of the decline we are now seeing. In recent decades the US has embraced globalisation, and as a direct result has lost six million manufacturing jobs along with 50,000 factories since 1992. What have they gained in return? A national debt which will exceed $16 trillion by 2013.

When will this madness end? Will the Western economy have to collapse before our leaders admit to the mistake they have made? If so, will we ever recover?"

By Sarah Maid of Albion


http://sarahmaidofalbion.blogspot.com/

Liberator

I somewhat agree with you about the G.O.P. The G.O.P. sucks canal water and needs to be exposed for the fraud opposition party that they are...then disposed of. Ross Perot's message/warning to America was absolutely correct back in 92. In reality what needs to be done to save us from economic disaster is address the Medicare,Medicaid, Social Security problem whilst allowing the Bush tax cuts to expire. Our elected leaders need to demonstrate the discipline to shrink the size of government whilst utilizing the increased tax revenues to pay down the debt. If that doesn't happen, the dollar will continue to be devalued thus real widespread poverty will visit America.
Posted by: DJ | August 07, 2011 at 07:51 AM
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I completely agree. At the time I didn't vote for Perot but, in retrospect, wish I had.

gringoman

I haven't sized him up as POS. Until now. Now I've decided to use it---but in a far more damning way (in my opinion) than the original.

The dronebot is indeed a POS---a piece of socialist.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:51 PM

Some will say this is a distinction without a difference. Will I argue the point?

No.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:54 PM

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Plain ol' POS will suffice in the case of dronebot. Calling him a "peice of socialist" would ascribe a certain degree of intelectual sophistication to donebot's mischievous childlike mind. Again, POS in its most common usage is the appropriate description.

Posted by: DJ | August 07, 2011 at 03:33 PM

DJ,

This is one of the rare instances where it might be vaguely interesting to hear from the dronebot: Which POS name does he prefer for himself: Piece of sh-t, or Piece of socialist?

This is not meant glibly. You might diagree, but I see this as a case of a real apparatchik and idiotlogue. Of course he's a jerk with it, which makes him all the more useful to the socialist jihad. Being a disingenuous dumbo does not disqualify. The Stalin socialists and the Hitler socialists used these types all the time. Anyone who knows something about the nightmare history of Cambodia some decades ago (as I do) will recognize the "soft-spoken" character type, always regurgitating its little mantras about "defending the people" against the "imperialists" (AKA the rich and privileged. In fact, this guy is evil, and I'll explain why in due course. 'Piece of fecal matter can apply to those of any persuasion. Piece of socialist is very definitive. If you believe that socialism will take America into the nightmare society we've seen over and over again during the last century, 'Piece of Socialist' is far more deadly than ordinary fecal matter. Don't be fooled by the drone's"mild" manner. This creep is not "nicer" than Jesus Boy X, which he showed, inadvertently, by sidling up to the lunatic JBX. In fact he might be better at it, since JBX is so obvious. Drone tries to play the "calm" and "rational" stat boy (even though he gives his game away constantly, due to his obvious lack of education, or a brain to go with it.) "Evil," is strong, I know. I don't mean it lightly. I'll go into detail in due course. For now, I'll just remind the "students of history," that people were constantly amazed by the banality, robotic qualities and low intellect of apparatchiks with some power in Stalin's socialist Russia and Hitler's socialist Third Reich. The nightmare bureaucrat type, spouting factoids and "progressive" stats. (Stalin's daughter Svetlana describes some of them vividly in the memoir she wrote after escaping to America)

gringoman

America, a nation built on European immigration, opened its doors to non-European immigration in the 1960′s and by doing so sewed the first seeds of the decline we are now seeing. In recent decades the US has embraced globalisation, and as a direct result has lost six million manufacturing jobs along with 50,000 factories since 1992. What have they gained in return? A national debt which will exceed $16 trillion by 2013.

When will this madness end? Will the Western economy have to collapse before our leaders admit to the mistake they have made? If so, will we ever recover?"

By Sarah Maid of Albion


http://sarahmaidofalbion.blogspot.com/

Posted by: DJ | August 07, 2011 at 05:16 PM

Not to worry. The imploding Eurozone under its multyculty, multyimmigration and multiwelfare can be described with a single word: Socialism. (Yes, there are some corporate capitalist touches, as the socialist Benito Mussolini designed, only he was honest enough to call it 'fascism.')

Why not to worry?

Because the Obamanation, with a little help from Monica's RINOsaurs, are going gangbusters to bring here what is imploding over there.

Which means?

It means that since the Best and the Brightest (aka Ivy League eliteniks,) the New York Slimes, the Harvard Macdaddy who won't even show you his school records, and even the little Marxoboobies with their factoids and Stats For Dummies---since they all think that Euro socialism is what the yokels (not the eliteniks, of course)need in America, well, hey, maybe there's something to their unpayable, unsustainable welfare scam after all.

gringoman

SAME-SEX HOLLYWOOD

Word is that they'll have a gift for Bam-Bam in 2012. A PATRIOTIC Hollywood movie! This one, of course, will be a "tribute" to Obama, who is credited with getting Osama bin Laden. (You didn't guess?)

gringoNOTE: Think there's any chance of Same-Sex Hollywood including

(1) the deaths of 31 American Navy Seals in Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan, and eespecially

(2) The Obama ROE (Rules of Engagement) that force US military to share operation plans with the Afghanis---yes, the Afghanis who are notorious for leaking to the Taliban, which would include advance info on planned helicopter missions by the Navy Seals.

Any chance that this will be raised in Hollywood's "tribute to Obama" 2012 Election movie?

So far it's been a spectacular year for Same-Sex. They captured the US military with the dropping of DADT (thank Log Cabin Republicans for their very consequential lawsuit) and the Coup de Marriage in New York June 23 (thank GOP hotshot homosexual KEN MEHLMAN for swinging the needed Republican votes against the majority wishes of Americans)

 M/M

(1) the deaths of 31 American Navy Seals in Chinook helicopter crash in Afghanistan, and eespecially

(2) The Obama ROE (Rules of Engagement) that force US military to share operation plans with the Afghanis---yes, the Afghanis who are notorious for leaking to the Taliban, which would include advance info on planned helicopter missions by the Navy Seals.
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I just heard that they were shot down when there was no moon. Hmmmm....some guy got lucky shooting down the Chinook, in the dark. Unless, he has the special infrared glasses that the Special Ops guys have.

 M/M

John Batchelder is reporting that overseas markets are a mess because Spain and Italy can't pay their debts and (everyone is on vacation). The Central banks are in crisis.

jay

This is one of the rare instances where it might be vaguely interesting to hear from the dronebot: Which POS name does he prefer for himself: Piece of sh-t, or Piece of socialist? -- Gringoman

how about this. Someone who took the time to check on the facts.

Could think of many such names for some of the regulars.
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Our elected leaders need to demonstrate the discipline to shrink the size of government whilst utilizing the increased tax revenues to pay down the debt. If that doesn't happen, the dollar will continue to be devalued thus real widespread poverty will visit America.

Posted by: DJ | August 07, 2011 at 07:51 AM

So, Gringoman. Since DJ agrees with me.
Which POS is he?

jay

It wasn't 31 navy seals.It was 22. Which is still bad. Also, 3 airforce combat controllers, Afghanis and the seals dog and dog handler.

Dgscol

What is amazing, is that the foreign relations committee wants to try passing the Sea Treaty again. Amazing because it gives money away to the UN, possibly to the tune of trillions, and it challenges US sovereignty. Is this a rational act when your country is in jeopardy, and you are economically bleeding? Are they nuts, have some sort of delusion of grandeur?

The arrangement with China is unstable, and the Chinese want to shed their US ombudsman. This is the restoration of economic order and sense. Greenspan, amazing person he is, suggests that the US can pay all debts because it can print money, is coaxing, daring the Chinese to shed the dollar, and assume global economic dominion.

The linkage with China will rend, and stability will result - but our government must stop the international insanity of giving money away to foreign entities, as if it controlled the world, which it certainly, by no measure, does.

thebuckstopshere

"ONE NATION UNDER GOD"


http://washingtonexaminer.com/local/real-estate-news/2011/08/perry-likely-gop-presidential-candidate-leads-30000-prayer-houston-ra


GIVE US A GOD RESPECTING CANDIDATE 2012

Dgscol

Every Hollywood person who get married more than 3 times is a narcissist. What do they think life is? A circus?

LongRifle

Greenspan says HALF of all US corporations are in Europe and the US can avoid any default by printing more money...??????????

B Frank blames the military. Axelrod blames the Tea Party. Obama blames Bush. Jay blames the regulars on the memo.

Ummahgummah

(2) The Obama ROE (Rules of Engagement) that force US military to share operation plans with the Afghanis---yes, the Afghanis who are notorious for leaking to the Taliban, which would include advance info on planned helicopter missions by the Navy Seals.

Any chance that this will be raised in Hollywood's "tribute to Obama" 2012 Election movie?

So far it's been a spectacular year for Same-Sex. They captured the US military with the dropping of DADT (thank Log Cabin Republicans for their very consequential lawsuit) and the Coup de Marriage in New York June 23 (thank GOP hotshot homosexual KEN MEHLMAN for swinging the needed Republican votes against the majority wishes of Americans)

POSTED BY: GRINGOMAN | AUGUST 07, 2011 AT 09:20 PM

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Let's see the libs explain away this one. Telling the enemy our troop operation details before they take place.

GOOD ONE, libs!

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RafeMasters_76

I would love to see how the GOPers and the Tea Party explain to the voters how they have nothing to do with the destruction of the global market.

Good luck with that.

DJ

So, Gringoman. Since DJ agrees with me.
Which POS is he?

Posted by: jay | August 07, 2011 at 10:19 PM

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There is nothing I agree with you on. Bugger off, maggot!

thebuckstopshere

imo those concerned more with the global market than their homeland must have some infatuation with the idea of NWO........

the US has made a bad deals for its' citizens............

fuk global think local..........

STOP THE DOUCHEBAGGERY NOW

DJ

hey, maybe there's something to their unpayable, unsustainable welfare scam after all.

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 09:01 PM

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White nations can survive socialism. Some even thrive under socialism e.g. Scandinavian countries until multiculturalism sullied them. What white nations cannot endure is massive immigration of non-whites. Non-white immigration + time = a decline in the culture and economy; but moreover, genocide for the native population.

http://www.amren.com/ar/2003/02/

RafeMasters_76

House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) said he is open to revenue increases as part of a deal to reduce the deficit today, seemingly shifting positions from the hardline opposition his party has maintained against revenue growth. Ryan said on Fox News Sunday that he would be open to a deal that containes $3 or $4 in spending cuts for every $1 in revenue increases if it came through a major reform of the tax code and was large enough. Host Chris Wallace asked if Ryan would be open such hypothetical deal if he were sitting on the joint super committee created by the deal to raise the debt ceiling. Ryan responded, “yes”.

RafeMasters_76

WALLACE: If you were on that committee, and you get a deal — let’s say $3 or $4 dollars in spending cuts and entitlement cuts for every $1 in revenue increases, and the revenue increases came from tax reform [...] — would you be open minded to including some of that revenue as part of a debt deal?

RYAN: It all depends on the spending side of the ledger. … If we’re convincingly restructuring these entitlement programs and getting that spending line down to meet that revenue line, then can you have higher revenue growth through more economic growth and tax reform? Yes, the answer is yes.

RafeMasters_76

http://www.nationaljournal.com/economy/why-s-p-s-downgrade-is-no-joke-20110806

GOP = No sense of accountability

gringoman

How is your historical "fact" at all relevant? S&P has stated its reason for the downgrade as a GOP refusal to increase revenues. No spin, just simple fact. Are you capable of staying on point?

Posted by: Liberator | August 06, 2011 at 06:55 PM

Speaking of liberation, have we been "liberated" from needing a quote from "S & P"? You know, a quote that will let the rational see what S & P really said. That way the rational can observe whether we're seeing a spin job on S & P===spinning a desired conclusion, enabling the spinner to escape from fact.

Or should we consider ourselves "liberated" from all that?

ps Will we even be "liberated" from other spin tricks? e.g. that old "liberating" standby--- giving a link, with the instruction to go find what I can't give you? Are we "liberated" from instructing the Liberator to give us the quote he implies damns the G.O.P. and spares the Dems? Or is it better to be "liberated" with just the link?

Posted by: gringoman | August 07, 2011 at 02:05 PM


Ergo, it's time to repeat: Does anybody know what it is that the 'Liberator' liberates?

ps. Requesting a one-time pass from Mark Levin, who says DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME WITH THE DRONES

jay


Our elected leaders need to demonstrate the discipline to shrink the size of government whilst utilizing the increased tax revenues to pay down the debt. If that doesn't happen, the dollar will continue to be devalued thus real widespread poverty will visit America.

Posted by: DJ | August 07, 2011 at 07:51 AM


There is nothing I agree with you on. Bugger off, maggot!

Posted by: DJ | August 08, 2011 at 11:03 AM

So, you didn't say that?
To cut spending and increase revenues?
Which is what I have said from DAY ONE?

Guess there's 2 DJs on the memo.

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--- What white nations cannot endure is massive immigration of non-whites. Non-white immigration + time = a decline in the culture and economy; but moreover, genocide for the native population.

http://www.amren.com/ar/2003/02/

Posted by: DJ | August 08, 2011 at 11:25 AM

this country STOPPED being a nation of one color when us whites came here and were greeted by the American Indians!

jay

giving a link-----Gringoman

How many dozens of times have the regulars posted a link and quote.

jay

From that National Review article:

"The big new element on Friday was an official outside recognition that U.S. creditworthiness is being undermined by a new factor: political insanity. S&P didn’t base its downgrade on a change in the U.S. fiscal and economic outlook. It based it on the political game of chicken over the debt ceiling, a game that Republicans initiated and pushed to the limit, and on a growing gloom about the partisan deadlock. Part of S&P’s gloom, moreover, stemmed explicitly from what a new assessment of the GOP’s ability to block any and all tax increases."

So, how's that in blaming the Conservatives.

jay

RYAN: It all depends on the spending side of the ledger. … If we’re convincingly restructuring these entitlement programs and getting that spending line down to meet that revenue line, then can you have higher revenue growth through more economic growth and tax reform? Yes, the answer is yes.

Posted by: RafeMasters_76 | August 08, 2011 at 12:10 PM

and, Eric Cantor said that the 2 trillion from eliminating the Corporate jets loophole is no big deal.

RafeMasters_76

Cantor doesn't care one bit for the middle-clas or for the poor.

thebuckstopshere

where are all these "poor" people? do you mean the ones w/food stamps buying either the best cuts OR absolute crap, while they talk loudly & crudely on their very expensive cell phones? then they load their "purchases" into their vehicles with the very expensive rims? and on their way out you can hear the boom box stereo speakers for blocks? & upon arrival in their government subsidize "shack" I bet they flop their poor a$$e$ on their rent to own furniture & turn on the wide screen surround sound plasma tv to as the world burns...........those poor people?

which begs the ? with all the government intervention & programs WHY DO WE HAVE SO MANY "POOR" PEOPLE?


STOP THE INSANE SPENDING NOW

RafeMasters_76

That is a very ignorant statement. Then you wonder why people say the things they say about the Tea Party...

STOP THE IGNORANCE. READ A BOOK NOW.

thebuckstopshere

my "ignorant" statement is based on my VERY REAL OBSERVATIONS.............what pray tell have you observed? what I observe is POOR CHOICES, & PEOPLE ABUSING THE SYSTEM...........

recommended read for you Ted Nugent's "RED, WHITE & BLUE"

PROUD TO BE A TEAPARTY INDEPENDENT!

STOP THE DOUCHEBAGGERY NOW

RafeMasters_76

I agree with you that there is abuse of the system by the poor so we should reform entitlements to ensure that abuse of the system is minimal. However, that does not represent the majority of people who are sincerely dependent on these programs to LIVE. They have a right to Life and the Pursuit of Happyness are they not?

And let's go into detail about how the Wealthy abuse the system to escape from paying taxes.

And BTW, I lived in the Ghetto for most of my life. I know exactly what you are talking about and yes, you are right about those people. I don't support them.

LongRifle

As we bicker, the stock market is in a state of free-fall...

xbjllb

Had to do it. Just had to do it. Had to give all the rich bastards a good laugh on this, yet another merciless day in the stock market despite Helicopter Ben buying stock with computer funny money as if his life depended upon it.

Eric Cantor = Herbert Garrison

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Garrison

That's where he gets all his deficit ideas.... MR. HANDS.

How in the heck did Trey Parker and Matt Stone see that one coming?

xbjllb

Free-fall my asshole... without Helicopter Ben's shenanigans, it would have gone down at least 1,000 points today.

And should have.

All in due time, my Pretties; all in due time.

David Goldstein

This economy will NEVER recover. It has been going downhill for years as our industrial base has been outsourced to other countries. The labor market was propped up by artificial means (expanding gov't, grants& subsidies to pie in the sky technology, corporate and individual welfare)all of it paid for by an ever increasing national debt.
Now we have reached the tipping point where all these weaknesses are laid bare. I dread the day when I will have to explain to my grandchildren why I lived a better life than they can look forward to.

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