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 calguy14
Joined: 8/17/2014
Msg: 1676
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I don't remember any nasty commentary when MLK was assassinated.

I wonder where Irish was to hear this.
 etourdi65
Joined: 8/20/2014
Msg: 1677
Election 2014: Karma is a b!tch
Posted: 1/20/2015 6:10:07 AM
Of course he helped, my point is he would have accomplished nothing if those white politicians hadn't done the right thing....you and other liberals minimize the part whites played in the civil rights movement....because it doesn't fit your narrative that all whites are racist except for you and your pals...
There is no arguing the point, MLK couldn't pass a law no matter what, he was not a politician his voice was heard but if politicians decided to not pass the laws he would have been out of luck...

Comparing todays black protestors to those of the civil rights movement is just plain stupid....Minorities have all the rights and privileges of any other citizen they are even advantaged in some areas..
 cotter
Joined: 10/17/2005
Msg: 1678
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Posted: 1/20/2015 7:10:03 AM
Message 1812 ...
If Republicans had their way, MLK Day wouldn't be a national holiday.
Well it wasn't just the Republicans ... Democrat Moynihan apparently had a hissy fit about it. Reagan only signed the bill because they had so many votes for it that it was veto-proof.

I guess it's not really MLK's birthday every year because his birthday is on January 15th and the holiday is designated for the 3rd Monday in January. Lee was born on January 19th which I suppose could fall on the 3rd Monday in January as well.

Apparently Virginia has been celebrating Lee's birthday since 1889 and in 1904 they added (Stonewall) Jackson to the celebration.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther_King,_Jr._Day
Reluctance to observe

Senators Jesse Helms and John Porter East (both North Carolina Republicans) led opposition to the bill and questioned whether King was important enough to receive such an honor. Helms criticized King's opposition to the Vietnam War and accused him of espousing "action-oriented Marxism". Helms led a filibuster against the bill and on October 3, 1983, submitted a 300-page document to the Senate alleging that King had associations with communists. New York Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan declared the document a "packet of filth", threw it on the Senate floor and stomped on it.

President Ronald Reagan originally opposed the holiday, citing cost concerns. When asked to comment on Helms' accusations that King was a communist, the President said “We'll know in thirty-five years, won't we?” He later signed the measure, after it passed with a 338 to 90 veto-proof margin in favor in the House of Representatives.


Message 1825 ...
... my point is he would have accomplished nothing if those white politicians hadn't done the right thing....you and other liberals minimize the part whites played in the civil rights movement
I think you're missing the point. They are not attempting to "minimize" the part whites played (back then), I think they are trying to point out that there was AND still is a lot of opposition to the civil rights MLK stood for.

What good does it do to sign a federal bill giving people equal rights to vote when congress turns around and lets the states just take those rights away? The states are setting up all kinds of roadblocks to keep poor and minority people from exercising their federal rights. Where's the justice in that?

On another note, I really fail to see why a greedy criminal has to sit in the "president's box" ... he's no hero! He purposely and knowingly went to Cuba to break the law and got caught. He was paid more than a half million dollars to do it and when he got caught and put in prison, he sued the federal government for over 60 million dollars. The icing on that cake is that we traded him for a bunch of murderers. And now he's going to be honored for all that? WTH?
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
Msg: 1679
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Posted: 1/20/2015 7:27:47 AM

And please sight specific cases of wide spread in person voter fraud...because the courts have not been presented with any evidence of this in the cases of voter ID laws thqat have been adjudicated.


Oh I see the blind you're raising. do you think Americans can't see through you?
YOU WANT VOTER FRAUD TO HAPPEN FIRST BEFORE WE ENACT LAWS TO PREVENT IT!!!
why would you do that?
answer:
SO THAT MILLIONS OF ILLEGAL ALIENS COMING OVER THE BORDER FROM MEXICO CAN VOTE FOR A DEMOCRAT AND FOR THEIR FUTURE FREE GOVERNMENT WELFARE CHECKS!!!!

WOW who would have thought of that?????
let's not enact a law against murder until it actually happens. domkouf Irishman.

zombies are voting in North Carolina:
North Carolina Identifies 36000 Possible Voter Fraud Cases
http://www.newsmax.com/US/Carolina-voter-fraud-zombies/2014/04/03/id/563542/
 cotter
Joined: 10/17/2005
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Posted: 1/20/2015 9:24:46 AM
Republicans can no longer bemoan the skills gap now that President Obama is promoting higher education ... and he's gonna pay for it with taxes on the RICH. (GASP!)

OMG ... the money-hog teabaggers/republicans are gonna have to start paying to help the poor. This is good news because maybe now my daughter can finally afford to go to school.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/obama-to-propose-higher-capital-gains-taxes-new-fee-on-big-banks/
Obama to propose new taxes in State of the Union

President Obama will ask Congress to hike capital gains taxes on wealthy Americans and impose a fee on large financial firms in Tuesday's State of the Union address, the White House announced Saturday.

The new taxes and fees, which the administration says will raise $320 billion over 10 years, would be used to finance $235 billion in new spending on community college tuition and targeted tax relief.

Senior administration officials said the proposals are designed to "raise wages and incomes for middle class families in the new economy" and that they'd "make the system more fair" by closing loopholes that primarily benefit top income-earners. Many Democrats have long sought higher taxes on capital gains, or income derived from investments, to make the tax code more progressive.

Of the estimated $320 billion in new revenue the president is seeking, $210 billion would come from a pair of adjustments to capital gains taxes. The first adjustment would close the so-called "trust fund loophole," a feature of the tax code that "lets the wealthy pass appreciated assets onto their heirs tax-free," according to the White House.

The second adjustment would raise capital gains taxes on the top 1 percent of income earners, currently at 15 percent, to 28 percent -- the same level it was at under former President Ronald Reagan, the White House is quick to point out.

An additional $110 billion would come from a new fee on highly leveraged financial services firms (firms bearing a heavy debt load) with more than $50 billion in assets. Roughly 100 firms would be targeted by the new fee, which a White House fact sheet argued would help "discourage excessive borrowing."

In return for those new taxes and fees, the president will ask Congress to set aside $60 billion to offer rebates to states that offer free community college tuition and an additional $175 billion in new tax benefits.

The president would offer a $500 second-earner tax credit that allows spouses in two-earner families to obtain a tax credit now available to the principle earner. That change could benefit 24 million couples.

He would also triple the child care tax credit to $3,000, a move that could benefit 5.1 million families with children under 5 and 6.7 million families overall.

And he'd offer a $2,500 tax credit for college students pursuing a full degree and consolidate the six federal college education tax benefits into only two. The tax credit could reach 8.5 million students and families, and the tax benefits through simplification could benefit 25 million families and students that claim those tax benefits, the White House estimates.

Finally, the president will also call for Congress to allow part-time workers to apply for and eventually receive retirement benefits through automatic enrollment in company-run savings plans. ‎This could benefit up to 30 million workers.

With the president's big speech looming, the White House is hoping the early announcement of the proposals could heighten the visibility of the address and gin up enthusiasm among groups sympathetic to his ideas.

"This is a clearer way for the president to present his vision," a senior administration official said Saturday.

Of course, the call to raise taxes on the wealthy and impose a fee on big financial institutions will likely go over like a lead balloon with Republicans, who now control both houses of Congress. The president has previously proposed hiking capital gains taxes, but the GOP has successfully thwarted any such action, arguing the move would discourage investment and put a crimp in economic growth.

CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett contributed to this report.
 etourdi65
Joined: 8/20/2014
Msg: 1681
Election 2014: Karma is a b!tch
Posted: 1/20/2015 10:27:17 AM
Its funny that liberals were lying and saying that people would have to earn their free community college education. I don't see anything that states that to be the case...another handout wealth redistribution punish the rich proposal..
I bet most liberals are the kind of people who think that kids who play sports shouldn't keep score because its not fair that some kids and teams are better than others. Its not Fair!!! The Liberal agenda and ideology is no different than the way children express themselves when thy don't get their way...It's not Fair...so and so's Mom lets them do this or that etc...
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
Msg: 1682
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Posted: 1/20/2015 10:49:35 AM
from crazy cotter:


OMG ... the money-hog teabaggers/republicans are gonna have to start paying to help the poor. This is good news because maybe now my daughter can finally afford to go to school.


NEWSFLASH!!!

why did you have a child if you couldn't afford to educate her???

the lazy poor waiting for another gov't handout and B.O. is there to give it to her because wealthy people worked hard to get where they are and the people who didn't become wealthy have their hand out again for a free ride, once again trying to add tot he 18 trillion dollars in debt.

thank you traitor/sponge.
 Orione7
Joined: 12/22/2014
Msg: 1683
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Posted: 1/20/2015 11:56:11 AM
Her daughter served in the armed forces. For you right wing yanks and your creepy military worship, she deserves a free eduction.
Just tax the ones who inherit then... nahhh tax all.
 woobytoodsday
Joined: 12/13/2006
Msg: 1684
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Posted: 1/20/2015 12:11:23 PM

YOU WANT VOTER FRAUD TO HAPPEN FIRST BEFORE WE ENACT LAWS TO PREVENT IT!!!

There are already pretty severe penalties for voter fraud. Why pretend they don't exist?


North Carolina Identifies 36000 Possible Voter Fraud Cases
http://www.newsmax.com/US/Carolina-voter-fraud-zombies/2014/04/03/id/563542/

Newsmax? As a *source*?? Really??? lol! Thanks for the laugh!


WHERE'S THE FRAUD?

Kobach and the state officials who have embraced his cross-check program say it has been a "success" in rooting out fraud, but there's little evidence to support the claim. When asked in October 2013, Kobach's office couldn't provide any evidence of a single instance in which the Interstate Crosscheck's data had led to an actual legal charge of voter fraud.

In another PowerPoint [pdf] by Kobach's office boosting the Interstate Crosscheck, a slide highlights the program's alleged "Success in Kansas." But the data points only to 14 cases "referred for prosecution" out of millions of voter records analyzed, and doesn't confirm any where charges where actually raised, much less a voter convicted.

Across the country, the pattern is the same: A (usually Republican-led) state joins Kobach's program, runs a check and announces large numbers of potential voting irregularities. But when it comes to proving actual fraud, the claims are quickly undermined.

After using cross-check in Ohio, Republican Secretary of State John Husted announced, "This report demonstrates that voter fraud does exist." But out of "hundreds" of potential instances of double-voting, as of last October the state had referred only 20 cases to law enforcement -- and none had resulted in charges.

According to AxisPhilly, in early 2013 Colorado did Kobach's cross-check, and Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced it had identified 17 cases of alleged fraud, which were submitted to the Boulder County District Attorney’s office. But in July 2013, the D.A. dismissed all of the cases, saying none involved actual fraud and they were "politically motivated."

While the cross-check hasn't resulted in convictions of fraud, it has led states to aggressively purge their voting rolls. After Virginia authorized use of Crosscheck, it gave local election boards 57,000 names to scrub from files; at least one local official refused to do so, saying the data was "unreliable."

WHY THE PUSH IN NC?

Given the controversy surrounding the program, why did North Carolina end up using Kobach's Interstate Crosscheck? An email from Facing South to the N.C. State Board of Elections asking about why and when the program was adopted was not immediately returned.

But according to pages from the 81-page internal document [pdf] obtained by the ACLU in Pennsylvania, North Carolina had signed on to participate at least by early December 2013. In a series of conference calls organized by Kobach's office that month, an agenda for the calls shows North Carolina is listed as one of six "new states" that would be using Crosscheck in 2014.

According to a Dec. 4, 2013 email from Kobach's office about the conference calls, one of the first agenda items was reviewing "participating states," followed by the line: "Welcome Idaho, Indiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Washington!"

One of those promoting the findings of the North Carolina elections board's report this week was Josh Lawson, who was hired in March 2014 as the board's public information officer. A Duke law graduate, Lawson's bio shows stints in the Bush White House in 2006-2007. Lawson was also a "Personal Aide to the CEO" at the Ashcroft Group, a lobbying firm founded by former Attorney General John Ashcroft after Ashcroft left the Bush administration in 2005.

Ashcroft was one of the forefathers of the modern crusade against alleged voter fraud, launching a Voting Integrity Initiative at DOJ in 2002 and pressuring attorney generals across the country to more aggressively investigate and prosecute fraud. Despite the resources and attention focused on voter fraud, Ashcroft's efforts produced little evidence of criminal wrongdoing.

But when asked by the liberal blog ThinkProgress about North Carolina's cross-check report, even Lawson seemed to back-pedal from the sensationalist headlines it had generated: "We are not jumping to conclusions here. This may constitute evidence of voter fraud, voter error, poll worker error, or data problems."

http://www.southernstudies.org/2014/04/whos-driving-north-carolinas-latest-voter-fraud-hy.html
 Behind-Blue-Eyes_53
Joined: 12/19/2011
Msg: 1685
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Posted: 1/20/2015 12:20:12 PM

Even when laws were passed to integrate schools, your people stood against them and even had to have the military come in to put a stop to your hate-filled shenanigans if preventing kids from going to school with white people. Please don't act like Republicans merely listened to MLK and saw the errors of their ways. They had to be forced, kicking and screaming, to abide by the laws MLK helped get passed.


It was Republican President Eisenhower who sent the 101 Airborne to Little Rock, Arkansas.......

It was Democratic Governor Orval Faubus who sent the Arkansas National Guard to keep the Little Rock Nine out.....

I guess you're just feeling guilty for the Racist History of the Democrat Party......


Her daughter served in the armed forces. For you right wing yanks and your creepy military worship, she deserves a free eduction.


We need a Government Program to Help Veterans get a College Education, something like the......... GI Bill....... It would sure be nice if the Government had a Program like that...
 woobytoodsday
Joined: 12/13/2006
Msg: 1686
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Posted: 1/20/2015 12:55:52 PM
Blue-Eyes--Yanno? I'm very grateful that I no longer have to cringe over the doings of the Dixiecrats. Bless Nixon for taking care of that. Because, the deal is, I'd rather cringe over history, than cringe about the *present*. . . . Except, I don't really think Republicans cringe about their present, I think they glory in it. And deny it, lol!


Over the past decade, Republican legislators have pushed a number of measures critics say are blatant attempts to suppress minority voting, including voter ID requirements, shortened early voting periods, and limits on same-day voter registration. But minority voters are often disenfranchised in another, more subtle way: polling places without enough voting machines or poll workers.
Charts: How minority voters were blocked at the ballot box in 2012.

These polling places tend to have long lines to vote. Long lines force people to eventually give up and go home, depressing voter turnout. And that happens regularly all across the country in precincts with lots of minority voters, even without voter ID or other voting restrictions in place.

Nationally, African Americans waited about twice as long to vote in the 2012 election as white people (23 minutes on average versus 12 minutes); Hispanics waited 19 minutes. White people who live in neighborhoods whose residents are less than 5 percent minority had the shortest of all wait times, just 7 minutes. These averages obscure some of the unusually long lines in some areas. In South Carolina's Richland County, which is 48 percent black and is home to 14 percent of the state's African American registered voters, some people waited more than five hours to cast their ballots.





http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2014/10/minority-voters-election-long-lines-id
 cotter
Joined: 10/17/2005
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Posted: 1/20/2015 1:25:34 PM
Message 1834 ...
We need a Government Program to Help Veterans get a College Education, something like the......... GI Bill....... It would sure be nice if the Government had a Program like that...
BTW ... GI Bill benefit payments reduce the amount of student financial aid you are eligible to receive.

But what about students who don't qualify for a GI bill? People who don't qualify for a "GI bill" need a chance to get their education too. Not everyone can be a "soldier". It takes more than "soldiers" to keep a country going. People have to work to earn money to pay taxes that pays for a military. If you don't empower people with the tools to earn that money, who's going to work while the military is out spending money on weapons and spreading democracy in the world?

Students have to maintain at least a 2.5 grade average to qualify for the program being proposed. I would expect that from my children if I was financing their education. I would also expect them to want it badly enough to get a job and pay for their books and any lab fees etc. That was expected of me from my parents.

Actually, at this point, I expect more than just a 2.5 grade average because I maintained a 3.8 grade average in nursing school after having been out of school for 30 years. If I can do that, they should at least be able to do a 3.5 grade average.
 high-ground
Joined: 6/16/2013
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Posted: 1/20/2015 2:50:46 PM
Scoot boot,

No need for a long explanation. Just say thanks Ike
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
Msg: 1689
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Posted: 1/20/2015 3:19:25 PM
here's a synopsis of the golfer's speech tonight....

well everybody I don't really know how to stimulate the economy or help America in any way except the way I did it before so I guess i'll just tax the rich since they have the dough and i'll give it to those who are poor or don't feel like working or doing anything. plus we'll just increase the debt, because hell, what does it matter now right?

oh yeah, ummm don't forget who the santa claus is and in 2016 vote for my party and you'll get more free telephones and stuff.

ok, and good night.
 woobytoodsday
Joined: 12/13/2006
Msg: 1690
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Posted: 1/20/2015 3:43:08 PM
I'm thinking that at least some of the "good Christians" out there ought to be hoping they're dead wrong. . . .

Man dies, goes up, finds himself standing outside of St. Pete's office. Pete comes out, and says, sure, go on in, you're welcome, but you have to leave *that* outside, pointing to the wheelbarrow filled with gold bars. Oh, noes, says the man, I worked my whole life for this! I sacrificed my wife and children and neighbors and strangers for this, I can't just leave it out here. Can't you ask the Big Guy if He can't make an exception? Well, Pete's been having a good day, so he agrees, and dials up the Big Guy, and explains the man's dilemma. After a long pause, the Big Guy, who's been having a good day, too, says. Okay. But, Pete, do me a favor? Ask him WHY he wants to bring paving material in?
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 1691
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Posted: 1/20/2015 3:43:36 PM

here's a synopsis of the golfer's speech tonight....


The synopsis is: "I'll just mimic the Reagan tax hike of 1986:

From the NYT's

the Tax Reform Act of 1986 raised the maximum tax rate on long-term capital gains to 28 percent from 20 percent
 adventurejoe70
Joined: 3/1/2013
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Posted: 1/20/2015 4:05:38 PM

Actually, at this point, I expect more than just a 2.5 grade average because I maintained a 3.8 grade average in nursing school after having been out of school for 30 years. If I can do that, they should at least be able to do a 3.5 grade average.


TBH they should at least make the min. 3.0. Sending more kids though an education system that is ALREADY full of underachievers majoring in Women's studies, Witchcraft, Philosophy, Dating isn't going to help much except to worsen the supply and demand dynamics in favor of management. Many areas of study won't even look at graduates with a GPA of under 3.0. So what is the point of 2.5 requirements?

As it is, there already are plenty of graduates competing for jobs at Target, etc. There should be not only a target grade but even an occupation evaluation. Part of the biggest mistake I have seen is the educational counselors( often paid) giving bad career advice.

Everyone should go to college they say. Really? well there is a bigger need for plumbers in some areas than there are psych graduates. A solid liberal arts foundation can be picked up at the library . But skills are generally what get one ahead.

I am a victim of this same agenda, as are many I grew up with ,but it is a bit my fault. Told the same thing ,go to school. At least they tried to steer my in a direction. Got a half paid scholarship to Pharmacy school with the condition I would get a B+ avg. But I knew myself that I wouldn't ever maintain it so I rejected the scholarship and decided on seeing what I want to do.

Honestly I didn't pick a direction until my last 2 years and ended up NEVER deciding so I majored in 2 subjects that I had plenty of classes in. Ended up getting a BS in Psych , a BS in Business & Finance and had to go an extra 1 1/2 yrs to get education and Psych classes so I can be a public school teacher. But what did I learn? NO skills. You don't learn to be a teacher in the classroom.

Found out my over-educated ad under-skilled self weren't prepared for anything and worked overseas for years before coming back to get a Law Enforcement job that one only needed to have 2 years of college. Would have saved lots of time and money if I was prepared. But taxpayers weren't supporting me.

If they are going to get funded by taxpayers they should be many conditions. That being said the easy loans they get now also should have more conditions. People coming out of school with 110k debt in Medieval languages isn't helping anyone except giving Walmart a better selection of graduates to be cashiers.


I guess i'll just tax the rich since they have the dough and i'll give it to those who are poor or don't feel like working or doing anything. plus we'll just increase the debt, because hell, what does it matter now right?


Well if they are just taxing the top wealthy on capital gains ,then tbh it is just making them pay something they weren't before based on the capital gains loophole. They are quite aware that the super rich avoid taxation by avoiding working wages. That in itself has become a scam.

But I agree with you on the debt issue. Basically it ends up being a penalty on the middle class because the wealthy being a small % of the population can't be taxed without limits, so they will end up having to pay for other improvements or making cuts by getting it out of the middle class.

One way is lowering Social Security or Medicare or making a VAT or taxing cat owners. This is something that effects most Americans and certainly is more worthy to fix since we all contribute and it effects the majority but they decided to play politics by making things better for certain groups. That is how votes are bought. Both Republicans and democrats do that.
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
Msg: 1693
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Posted: 1/20/2015 4:24:32 PM

The synopsis is: "I'll just mimic the Reagan tax hike of 1986:


there's a time and a place for tax increases but you should never do it in a recession like we're in now or in lieu of an economic strategy.

the golfer only has ONE strategy.

the golfer only has ONE answer.

it starts with and S and ends with a D.

gimme an S, gimme a P, gimme an E, gimme an N, gimme a D.

what's that spell?

what's the spell??

what's that spell????

SPEND SPEND SPEND
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 1694
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Posted: 1/20/2015 4:28:36 PM

there's a time and a place for tax increases but you should never do it in a recession like we're in now or in lieu of an economic strategy


No wonder you lost the orange is the new black business...you have no ability to recognize economic conditions...this administration has numbers almost exactly mirroring the Reagan administration. Though President Obama didn't double the national debt like Reagan did.
 tgif111
Joined: 10/24/2014
Msg: 1695
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Posted: 1/20/2015 4:56:23 PM
most Americans do not believe Obama's numbers because they know he's a weasel.




Poll shows most Americans don’t believe the Obama administration’s sunny spin on employment data

The alternative media isn’t the only corner of society that’s having a hard time seeing an upside in the months-long trend of bipolar BLS employment statistics, which the Obama administration routinely touts for its consistently declining unemployment percentages.

In fact, 3 out of 4 Americans believe the White House just isn’t telling the truth about the number of people who’ve managed to find work and financial stability in the current economy.


http://personalliberty.com/poll-shows-americans-dont-believe-obama-administrations-sunny-spin-employment-data/


this country is in trouble and the golfer hasn't done squat except spend my money the slimeball.
 etourdi65
Joined: 8/20/2014
Msg: 1696
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Posted: 1/20/2015 5:14:54 PM
You really shouldn't brag about the numbers..they are all fabricated..they do not reflect the real state of the economy....
 HFX_RGB
Joined: 7/26/2014
Msg: 1697
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Posted: 1/20/2015 5:19:02 PM

You really shouldn't brag about the numbers..they are all fabricated..they do not reflect the real state of the economy....


In related news, tinfoil is on special at Wal-Mart
 adventurejoe70
Joined: 3/1/2013
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Posted: 1/20/2015 5:22:03 PM
Thanks just picked up some!
 _mungojoe_
Joined: 10/1/2014
Msg: 1699
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Posted: 1/20/2015 5:27:27 PM

You really shouldn't brag about the numbers..they are all fabricated..they do not reflect the real state of the economy....

Isn't that what you said about the presidential election poll numbers...? That the "un-skewed" Republican numbers were the true reality...?

I'm not thinking you have the best track record... when it comes to "knowing" which numbers are real and which aren't...

That wouldn't have anything to do with... not having a clue what you are on about... and just parroting what the mouthpieces say for the stupid people... would it...?
 Yule_liquor
Joined: 12/7/2011
Msg: 1700
Election 2014: Karma is a b!tch
Posted: 1/20/2015 8:26:05 PM

You really shouldn't brag about the numbers..they are all fabricated..they do not reflect the real state of the economy....


Unless of course you hear them coming outta the mouth of the GOP; in which case it would be the truth because...Ummm, the GOP simply does not tell a lie. (eyes rolling like a bowling ball).
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