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Florida defensive back flips from Gators, commits to Bulldogs

[quote][b]LaMareaRoja[/b] -

This kid is too skinny to play in the SEC....he's gonna get run over.


Can you be that stupid?? It is very easy to add 25-30 lb to his frame by the time his college career starts.

posted @ Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 10:51

Zimdars: Questions about Hice endorsement

@rzimdars: Gonna have to end it here. Going out with friends and family. Enjoyed sparring w/ you. Cheers!

posted @ Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 18:46

Zimdars: Questions about Hice endorsement

@rzimdars: My numbers come from the 2014 economic report of the president Page 391 but your numbers will suffice. The Bush tax cuts went fully into effect in 2003. After a peak deficit in 04 they steadily came down until the mortgage crisis in 2008.

No nonsense and nothing faulty.I know it was a battle cry for the left during 2012 election but these tax cuts did not cause the mortgage crisis.

BTW, thanks for posting those numbers and proving my point!

posted @ Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 18:26

Zimdars: Questions about Hice endorsement

[quote][b]rzimdars[/b] -

The "blame Bush crowd" is a superbly researched source. Surely you don't rely on Newsmax and William Kristol???


Nope. I deal in facts. Look up Economic Report of the President.


And TGB, in your post above, why did you fail to factor in the money Bush borrowed to finance the Iraq War,


You are correct we will be paying for that but we will be paying for Obama's debt far longer.


And Snarky nailing my argument? Come on. His bit about Carter, Clinton, and the Arab world is amateur hour partisan politics.,


As opposed to your enlightened non-partisan politics??

I see you're a part of the 'blame America' crowd too.

posted @ Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 17:23

Zimdars: Questions about Hice endorsement

[quote][b]rzimdars[/b] -

@snarkydude: Well Snarky, since you know what I do for a living, would you be so kind to tell me what you do for a living? I'm pretty sure you are not a professor of history, given your apparent limited knowledge of Middle East history.

Come on, shed at least part of your cloak of anonymity!

Hey Nancy, what's your line of work? Snarky doesn't seem to like music. Do you?


No matter who he is or what he does, he nailed you with his rebuttal. (As did Nancy)

posted @ Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 16:07

Zimdars: Questions about Hice endorsement

[quote][b]rzimdars[/b] -

waging the Afghan and Iraq Wars while simultaneously cutting taxes ... crashed our country.


The Bush tax cuts increased federal revenues and reduced annual deficits until the mortgage crisis ( which had its origins before Bush as snarky stated) hit.

I would expect that a professor could distinguish fact from propaganda spouted by the 'blame Bush' crowd. But then again, I would expect that from our president too.

Come on professor, do the research!

posted @ Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 15:57

What Others Say: Obamacare-insured numbers overstated (The Augusta Chronicle)

[quote][b]cyou299[/b] -

the usual amnesia


Like the fact that Obama was against the individual mandate in 2008.


('we will allow no victories to him')


The lack of victories for Obama is of his own doing.

posted @ Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 09:45

Besecker: Learn details of 10th District candidates' positions

[quote][b]Logical[/b] -

Bush was told by his first two Treasury Secretaries that his tax cuts were slashing the revenue to the bone and would result in massive deficits. He fired them. Every economist worth their salt predicted that these tax cuts along with two unfunded wars, and Medicare Part D would bring us to our knees. And these predictions have been proven to be correct.


You can repeat this crap all you want but it simply is not true. After the Bush tax cuts, revenues to the federal treasury increased and annual deficits were on the way down until the housing crisis hit. Go look it up; google economic report of the president and while you're at it google Laffer curve.

And even with the housing crisis Bush's debt does not even compare to obama's debt. Not even close and we have 2 more years to go.

[quote] your fundamental lack of knowledge about how this works is why it is scary that you can vote. [/quote]

Oh how ironic!!

posted @ Friday, July 11, 2014 - 09:13

Tea party ready for fight with GOP establishment

[quote][b]cyou299[/b] -

the deficit was $10,000,000,000,000 before they noticed it.

[/quote] Its debt not deficit and it has gone up 70% under 1 administration. But somebody else started it so lets ignore it and let some body else deal with it.

obama logic in a nutshell!

posted @ Saturday, March 1, 2014 - 11:02

Tea party ready for fight with GOP establishment

[quote][b]cyou299[/b] -

all sides were responsible. All sides had embassy attacks. All sides had scandals. All sides had deficits. why do tea party candidates only recall one side?


What do Reid, Pelosi, and obama recall? Please give me one issue where these clowns took responsibility and did not blame republicans. Just one!!

posted @ Saturday, March 1, 2014 - 10:54

Obama signs emergency declaration for Georgia

@craptastic: The article calls West Virginia red state even though both senators and the governer are democrats! It doesnt look at state history and it doesn't look at red state vs blue state debt.

This article is great 'red meat' for the libtards but not good for much else.

posted @ Wednesday, February 12, 2014 - 13:13

Harrop: CBO report isn't bad news for Obamacare

[quote]b]Duke Briscoe[/b] -

If she wants to go back to the old system of buying cheap insurance that really does not cover all expenses, then that means that she wants to dump those possibly uncovered expenses on others.

[/quote] Like what? birth control or treatment for drug addiction? She should not be forced to pay for coverage she does not need.


The whole other question is why US health care is so expensive, [/quote] Tort reform would bring about real savings but obama and the dems ignored this and other good ideas and crammed this mess down our throats. obamacare is going to cost us trillions and according to the CBO we will never be under 30 million unisured. What a bargain!

posted @ Friday, February 7, 2014 - 17:03

Harrop: CBO report isn't bad news for Obamacare

[quote][b]Logical[/b] -

Love the way the Repugs are spinning this. Years ago, my orthopedic surgeon and I had a talk about when he was going to retire. His wife was only in her fifties and had Alzheimer's . He said he couldn't retire until she got on Medicare, because she was uninsurable and he couldn't lose the healthcare insurance he had through his practice. He could afford health insurance, he just couldn't get it for an Alzheimer's patient. ACA makes insurance companies cover pre-existing conditions. He worked many years longer than he wanted because of this. There are many sixty year olds who aren't old enough for Medicare, and they work much longer at very hard jobs they no longer love. Now, they can retire, get affordable healthcare. Many a young person has stayed at bad jobs because of the insurance. That is what this report says. This should open up jobs down the line. So it's a win win win situation. Now, Republican hacks, spin it!


My mother has a friend who is a wonderful, hard working person who loves her job. But she has been thru the exchange and cannot afford the options she is eligible for because of high premiums and high deductibles. She would have to quit the job she loves to qualify for a subsidy.

The head of the CBO very clearly stated that obamacare is a dis-incentive to work. To pretend that this will be a positive thing and only affect the behavoir of older workers is ridiculous and not the reality.

Who did you say was doing the spinning??

posted @ Friday, February 7, 2014 - 11:52

Wilson: Republicans not to blame for Benghazi

@Logical: Give me a link to that poll and give me an example of a lie told on fox.

The best example of brain dead followers are people who still support obama (a group that is getting smaller every day).

This is your typical post: too much emotion & not enough LOGIC!!!!

posted @ Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - 11:25

Seagraves: An Obamacare success story

The majority of Americans do not like this law and even more will dislike it when the employer mandate kicks in. And just today the CBO says that obamacare will lead to 2,000,000 fewer workers.

I am glad, though, that you found someone that is benefitting because that's gonna be like spotting a northern hairy nosed wombat!

posted @ Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 17:26

Wilson: Republicans not to blame for Benghazi

[quote][b]marshalld[/b] -

I heard terrorists were responsible for the attack on Benghazi. But that is too simple. Somehow it has to be tied into our next election.


It was a big deal in the last election. The administration that is supposedly transparent did everything it could to delay, deflect blame and shield obama from this fiasco for re-election purposes.

posted @ Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 14:22

Wilson: Republicans not to blame for Benghazi

[quote][b]Logical[/b] -

Jim, is Faux News your only source?

[/quote] Facts are facts no matter where they come from.[/quote]


Karl Rove got Faux News to gin up the controversy in advance of Hillary's run for the Presidency???


What is your source for this? MSNBC?

The left's absolute total obsession with fox is strong evidence that they are doing something right.

posted @ Tuesday, February 4, 2014 - 14:11

Thomas: Free speech rights apply to conservatives, too

@Logical: Sorry I missed your reply yesterday and i want to help you with your misguided thought process.

1. After the Bush tax cuts in 2003 tax revenues went up and deficits went down every year until 2008. Google the latest Economic Report of the President. It is there clearly in black and white!!

2. What part of obama increased the number of troops don't you understand??

I believe that it is you that is full of it ... full of obsession/hatred and it blinds you from reality. Maybe some therapy might help.

posted @ Saturday, January 25, 2014 - 13:05

Thomas: Free speech rights apply to conservatives, too


Maybe there's something wrong with your short term memory because you seem to have forgotten what's happened the last 5 years like ...

74% of casualties in afghanistan have occurred after obama ordered troop increases.

obamacare will cost far more and be much more destructive than medicare part D.

Bush (or any other president) cannot begin to compare with obama's deficit spending.

Come to think of it your longer term memory is not that good either because the Bush tax cuts increased revenue to the treasury and deficits were steadily declining until the home mortgage crisis hit.

posted @ Friday, January 24, 2014 - 10:11

'Polar vortex' pushes subzero temps into Midwest

[quote][b]hypocritebuster[/b] -

I figured that with this cold snap the deniers would come out of the woodwork deriding climate change.


Just as a hot spell brings out the global warming alarmists.


Listen up deniers, you can laugh at Al Gore and liberals now...

[/quote] Al in 2008: "The entire north polar ice cap will be gone in 5 years." ... That is pretty funny!

posted @ Tuesday, January 7, 2014 - 10:42

Towery: U.S. Chamber backs foolish political strategy

[quote][b]Dr Benway[/b] -

The fight for the soul of a party that has no soul. That's entertainment.


It's almost as good as watching the party with no brain run healthcare.

posted @ Monday, January 6, 2014 - 09:26

Schram: Debt-limit replay waiting in wings

"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the U.S. government can’t pay its own bills. ... I therefore intend to oppose the effort to increase America’s debt limit.”

senator barak obama 2006

posted @ Thursday, December 19, 2013 - 10:24

GOP sees health care law as big 2014 opportunity

[quote][b]counter spin[/b] -

I find it very disturbing that the GOP is working so hard to try to make the ACA fail.


It's failing pretty miserably without any help from the Repubs.


After all, it's based on Romney Care so it's really a Republican idea.


The Mass. bill was 70 pages long; The obamacare bill was 2000 pages long and has added over 10,500 pages of regulations to the federal register ... so far! Romneycare was a bi-partisan effort; obamacare was a totally partisan effort. Romneycare does prove that healthcare reform at the state level is much more effective.


The current GOP is clearly more interested in gaining political power rather than doing what's best for the American people.


obamacare has brought 1/6 of the economy under those 10,500 pages of federal regulation so it is the democrats who are centralizing political power!

posted @ Monday, November 18, 2013 - 10:30

Towery: Let's put the 'United' back in the United States

[quote][b]rzimdars[/b] -

Poor Towery, still trying to defend Newt Gingrich, and ignoring the 8 years of financial ruin imposed on us by Bush/Cheney. Does he get paid for writing this pablum? Is it published anywhere outside the borders of Georgia?


No one in the history of our Republic has come close to the financial ruin imposed on us by barak obama.

posted @ Friday, October 11, 2013 - 09:00

Williford: Critiquing 'Obamacare' controversy

[quote]While the cost of implementing the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” could be well over $10 billion, the taxpayer cost of subsidizing uninsured health costs is usually around $50 billion a year.[/quote]

That sounds like an impressive stat. But that's only implementation. Add the fact that we had to wait 3 years for implementation to get the 10 year total cost under $1 trillion and it's not so impressive. That means going forward we will pay over $100 billion per year and, based how other government programs have performed vs. projections, we will pay way over that amount.

This law is going to cost us dearly!

posted @ Friday, October 11, 2013 - 08:52

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