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by rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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amos57usa

freem...Who do you think has been holding the bag for the much larger population of medicaid recipients before Rombama care. When you add them to medicaid you subtract them from the emergency room. Typical fuzzy math of the right wing.

Posted 264 days ago.

amos57usa

norm..Surefoot's list included Huntsman who I would have omitted because Huntsman said he understands evolution.

Posted 264 days ago.

amos57usa

freem.."Matters of the state" of Virgina for Ken Cuccinelli were telling a husband and wife what kind of sex they could have. Don't try to project what you Big Government Chrislicans do onto me. I simply respond to that garbage.

Incredible gods as in lacking credibility.

Posted 264 days ago.

rshill7

"A few days ago, Obama quietly slipped a change into the regulations on Obamacare, gives a back door pay-off to unions.

The unions were very unhappy because under Obamacare, the favorable programs that they had negotiated with employers were going to go away. They wanted the subsidies that the people in the exchanges could get.

So how did Obama address this anger?

J. Justin Wilson, from the Center For Union Facts, said now the unions will be given a tax break, exempting the unions from having to pay $600 million dollars in fees they would otherwise have to pay under the law. This would leave the fund that is intended to prevent Obamacare from going into a death spiral even more lacking in money, especially given the failure of young healthy people to sign up."

Posted 264 days ago.

Excerpt from "Double Down" discussing Romney's vetting of Christie:

swampland(dot)time(dot)com/2013/11/02/the-hunt-for-pufferfish/

Posted 264 days ago.

normanlake

WOW!

Posted 265 days ago.

normanlake

Jax, you know *****erism is a censored philosophy...

Posted 265 days ago.

normanlake

Now I see that extreme Creationists (the six day-ers) are casting out the goofy Pat Robertson for daring to admit that 'maybe' the world is older than 6,000 years. They have posted an elaborate timeline that purports to explain the billions of years old Universe into a literal 6 day framework, a slick multi colored foldable monstrousity with a precise time frame of Creationism (I say Cretinism). Ain't Science wonderful?

Posted 265 days ago.

surefoot

Now hold on there jaxspp, you just can’t start kicking on Stevie Fletcher like that, he has a lot of money in Alpena.

No Sir, first you have to look down and make sure that rshill or Freeman aren’t down licking his boots or you may kick one of them in the head.

Posted 265 days ago.

Stevie Fletcher says he is going to stop his column for awhile. Maybe they can check 3rd base for someone else who was born there and thinks they hit a triple.

Posted 265 days ago.

Christie backed away from the gay marriage fight, and I believe supported instate tuition for illegal immigrants. I'll bet if I take a poll here in ATL that won't fly very well. It's a long way to 2016, I'll bet (dare I say it) Jebbie Bush could give him a run for his money in the South.

Posted 265 days ago.

surefoot

Another thing going for Christies is that he thinks the Tea Party is full of fools.

Posted 265 days ago.

surefoot

Do not underestimate Christie he has charisma with the ability to project himself as good uncle in a family. After the storm he appeared genuinely devastated and concerned about the people that lived there.

He is not remotely anything like Mitt who didn’t even know the name of the pastries sitting on the table in front of him; they are called Doughnuts you buffoon.

Posted 265 days ago.

surefoot

Now that the economy has recovered and people are again able to work the Tea Baggers are left to turning over rocks with the hope they can find something to blame President Obama for.

Posted 265 days ago.

Why would g*i*r*t*h be censored?

Posted 265 days ago.

surefoot, it seems that way, but there is a reason Romney vetted and rejected Christie other than his *****, which there are reports Romney mocked. Whatever it is about Christie will come out, and NJ will be vetted and discovered to still be a dump hole with little improvement under Christie.

Posted 265 days ago.

Greetings from Dixie, Atlanta GA.

Haven't watched Billy since the 60's. I think you're right about Franklin, norm, because I don't recall Billy ever endorsing anyone until Romney, then he endorsed him and took Mormonism being a cult off his website. Franklin was smart enough to get straight and hop on the gravy train.

I will most likely watch Thursday Night Football.

Posted 265 days ago.

surefoot

Much to the dislike of the Tea Baggers, Chris Christie will be the next GOP nominee in the 2016 election.

Now rshill will have to eat his words that he said about Chris after Chris welcomed and thanked President Obama for his help after the Sandy Storm.

The Tea Baggers are now relegated to the backwoods where they belong, just like embarrassing relatives are.

Posted 265 days ago.

normanlake

Billy Graham is an anachronistic religious figure who has avoided meddling in the political arena, unlike his son Franklin, who is attempting to hijack his father's legacy into the political realm, and his choice of guests illustrates just that. Franklin is NO Billy.

Posted 265 days ago.

normanlake

Billy Graham? You mean the 95 year old man who will have a birthday party, featuring Donald Trump and Sarah Palin? No thanks, I prefer Graham Parker.

Posted 265 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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