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Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by 635 G, Aug 10, 2010.

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  1. 635 G

    635 G Well-Known Member

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    Looks like Obama's & the democrat's reigh in the DC is about to come to an end. Five months to go and this tyranny will be over. Seeing him on TV as often as he has done in the last month is proof of their desperation. Anything to make a public appearance. I know several people who have admitted to voting for him & now they say it was one if not the biggest mistake they've made.

    Lets hope & pray that the damage that is being done can be fixed before its too late.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  2. southjblue

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    Phil---He's going to get a big bump with this new biil that may pass today giving teachers and health care $$$ out---They will never give up---There are too many out there that want the give aways---JMT---SJB---
     
  3. highflyer

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    The unions, the single moms living off the government, minorities. Those wanting smaller government are outnumbered. We already have a debt we can never pay off and it is growing every day. Nothing can fix what is wrong with this country. Our destruction is written into our laws and enforced by our courts.
     
  4. Luckyman

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    BS!!!! The MAJORITY of Americans want Small Government....We are going to right this ship come November!!!! The new emergency spending bill is only going to hurt them more! Every Bill they pass the Tea Party gets more ammunition....This November will blow away what the Republicans did in 94! This will be a Bloodbath of all Bloodbaths this November!!!!

    Health-care Bill is about to be deemed Unconstitutional, the Stimulus has failed, Unemployment is at 10% and the Government has grown by 25% since Obama took charge!!! etc. etc. etc.

    The Dubmocrats are done!!!
     
  5. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    Lucky is right - IF WE ALL VOTE!!! The only way the Democrats can control a state like Pennsylvania, where over 800,000 resident hunting licenses are sold during a slow year and the Pennsylvania Game Commission owns over 14 million acres of public hunting land, is by all those gun owners not voting. Simply put, we allow ourselves to be outnumbered at the polls by those who depend upon entitlements and expect government to take care of them.

    There was an open letter published in a local city's newspaper last week from a woman who wanted to thank the person who turned in the card she uses to cash in her food stamp allowance. It seems she accidentally left it at a nearby gambling casino! You can bet she drags her lazy ass to a voting booth every time so she can help keep the governmental gravy train running.

    Ed
     
  6. southjblue

    southjblue Active Member

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    Average govt worker earns $78,000.00 a yr---The average non govt worker earns $58,000.00 per yr---Reduce the govt workers income to equal the average non govt workers income and all our problems-solved---If I had a young kid starting out in life i'd tell him to get into the govt. workforce---Never gets laid off and will have the best benifits---JMT---SJB---
     
  7. davidjayuden

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    I would predict a strong turnout at the ballot box this November, but we all have to remember that we need a good candidate to start preparing for 2012. We can't prop up old war heros (God bless them all) just because they've been in the Senate forever and expect them to win against the charismatic young'un who can read a good speech.
    dju
     
  8. sernv99

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    "Average govt worker earns $78,000.00 a yr---The average non govt worker earns $58,000.00 per yr---Reduce the govt workers income to equal the average non govt workers income and all our problems-solved"


    you have your numbers all fouled up.....it's the other way around, private sector is out ahead salary wise compared to the government workforce. Compare apples to apples, not apples to oranges. Compare a person fresh out of law school grad hired as a lawyer and working for the government with a fresh out of law school grad hired by a private firm. I doubt the government lawyer's salary is higher than the guy working in the private law firm

    There are plenty of government workers in the Dept of Defense and other agencies doing multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, supporting the boots on the ground, outside of the wire as well as inside the wire. Most have volunteered on their own free will.

    If you cut government worker salary, you will see an exodus of government workers heading to the contracting companies and guess what?? The contracting companies will hire them and they will get hired on a contract doing the same job at the same agency that they left. Hence the government will be spending more money on contracts and ballooning the agency's budget. I have seen this happen.
     
  9. Luckyman

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    Newt and Condi would get my vote....
     
  10. 635 G

    635 G Well-Known Member

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    We substitued an inept leader for an idealogue with an agenda to redistribute income and services. Obama is as big threat to the US as was the axis in WWII. To all those liberal Jews in NY & Florida who voted for hime, look out he has thrown Israel to the wolves. But they most likely show us how to handle Iran.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  11. smoking357

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    While the Democrats are bad, the Republicans are no answer.

    The Republicans are solely or partially responsible for every problem we have. They're not the solution to their own disaster.
     
  12. grunt

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    Lets hope the Republicans wake up and smell the coffee.
     
  13. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I'm a South Park Republican.

    Our motto is, "I hate the Republicans, but I really ####ing hate the Democrats".

    This train wreck needs to be fixed. And that starts by throwing out as many Democrats as possible.

    And by throwing our liberal, RINO Republicans, if there is a better Republican to replace them.

    We should consider that we are basically in a state of national emergency.
     
  14. highflyer

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    Republicans are big time socialists but Democrats are big time communists. Republicans will destroy you slowly, Democrats will take you off the cliff.
     
  15. Luckyman

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    It was DEMOCTAT POLICIES that got us where we are today!! Not Republican or GW Bush!!!

    The Community Reinvestment ACT, not regulating Fanny and Freddie when Republicans were calling for it...etc..etc... WAKE UP! Our economy was rolling under Bush for 6 years then Pelosi and Reid came in and it was all over...Bush economic policy created unpreceneted economic growth for 6 straight years then everything went to shit once the dems took control of the house and senate bottom line!!!!
     
  16. StonewallRacing

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    We need Paul Ryan in the White House!
     
  17. highflyer

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    Americans are too far gone to vote for a candidate that is for freedom. We all like our big government control and our socialist programs. If someone ran on a freedom platform they wouldn't get 10 percent of the vote. Americans like big government into every aspect of their lives. They like it even as that government goes broke. We have been raised to be distrustful of freedom.
     
  18. halfmile

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    Looks like someone turned over a rock here.

    HM
     
  19. highflyer

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    We'll see if there is any difference after the election. Same government control, same government programs, same broke government, same decaying country.
     
  20. Shooting Coach

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    If the Republicans don't stop eating their young, we will be stuck with this Liberal trash after the election. They are pulling out the stops and basically committing fraud in a desperate attempt to retain power.

    Living for the lust of power without the ability to lead must be a frightening way to live. Word on the street is that Obama is turning into an alcoholic.

    "Well the President’s annual check up is complete and overall, he seems to be in good health. His weight is good, doesn’t take much medication, exercises regularly and he’s still trying to quit smoking. Just one thing seems to stand out in this annual doctor’s report: Recommend moderation of alcohol intake.“
     
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