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Your mom was a retard when you were born, RETARD. How does it feel to share the same views as Casto, Chavez and Ahmadinejad? Doesn't that make you SO proud to be an American who sides with America's enemies? You are the RETARD. And as for name calling, you initiated this. You are a moron.
If you want to continue this further, send me your phone number and we can discuss this in more detail.

October 16, 2010 at 2:14 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun_won_the_coldwar

Your mom was a retard when you were born, RETARD. How does it feel to share the same views as Casto, Chavez and Ahmadinejad? Doesn't that make you proud to be an American who sides against America's enemies? You are the RETARD. And as for name calling, you initiated this. You are a moron.
If you want to continue this, send me your phone number and we can discuss this in more detail.

October 16, 2010 at 2:12 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Police agencies crack down on DUIs

Why all the concern by the state and police agencies about safety on the streets when they are so generous in giving out drivers licenses to illegal aliens who have no insurance?
I was once rear ended by a drunk illegal who sandwiched me between two cars. He was let free by police a few days later, then fled back to mexico. Our safety is not really a concern. It's just a disguise to make money.

September 11, 2010 at 12:13 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Police agencies crack down on DUIs

Police agencies crack down on DUIs because it's for our safety. I wish that was the PRIMARY reason.

Police agencies crack down on people not wearing their seat belts because it's for our safety. I wish that was the PRIMARY reason.

Police agencies crack down on people talking on their cell phones because it's for our safety. I wish that was the PRIMARY reason.

Police agencies set up red light trafic cameras because it's for our safety. I wish that was the PRIMARY reason.

We all know the truth.

September 11, 2010 at 8:48 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun

So much for the healthcare lies....

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama told voters repeatedly during the health care debate that the overhaul legislation would bring down fast-rising health care costs and save them money. Now, he's hemming and hawing on that.

So far, the law he signed earlier this year hasn't had the desired effect. An analysis from Medicare's Office of the Actuary this week said that the nation's health care tab will go up - not down - through 2019 as a result of Obama's sweeping law, though the increase is modest.

Obama offered some caveats when asked in his news conference Friday about the apparent discrepancy between what he promised and what's actually happening so far. On several other topics, too, his rhetoric fell short of a full accounting.

September 10, 2010 at 5:19 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun

Yeah, my business is hurting now because I am being taxed out of prosperity. All the money I earn now goes to taxes. And my clients are going of business. I had to lay off three people in the last two months because you, and Barry hate me because I am considered "rich". And I am not rich. And I did not go to college. I only have a high school education, but I worked hard and made something out of my life. And my $270k home is now only worth $215k. And you people classify me as rich? Just because people own businesses, that does not make them rich. And if Barry gets rid of the bush tax cuts that has allowed me to stay in business these past few years, I am going to have to lay off two more people. And if I cannot survive after that, I am going to have to close the doors. His policies, and your policies are hurting people like me who provide jobs to people.
Government does not create jobs. People create jobs. Government just needs to get out of the way and let live in peace and make some money so I can survive and employ people.

September 10, 2010 at 5:11 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun

Real personal income for Americans - excluding government payouts such as Social Security - has fallen by 3.2 percent since President Obama took office in January 2009, according to the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis.
For comparison, real personal income during the first 15 months in office for President George W. Bush, who inherited a milder recession from his predecessor, dropped 0.4 percent. Income excluding government payouts increased 12.7 percent during Mr. Bush's eight years in office.
"This is hardly surprising," said Douglas Holtz-Eakin, an economist and former director of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. "Under President Obama, only federal spending is going up; jobs, business startups, and incomes are all down. It is proof that the government can't spend its way to prosperity."
According to the bureau's statistics, per capita income dropped during 2009 in 47 states, with only modest gains in the other states, West Virginia, Maine and Maryland. But most of those increases were attributed to rising income from the government, such as Medicare and unemployment benefits.
Two of the most populous states in the country reported dramatic declines: Per capita income in California dropped 3.5 percent to $42,325; in New York, the drop was 3.8 percent to $46,957.
"The evidence from New York and California reinforces a basic lesson: Where government gets too large, prosperity suffers. Let's hope that the Congress learns this lesson before it is too late for the country as a whole," said Mr. Holtz-Eakin, who also served as chief economic policy adviser to Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign.
On the campaign trail, Mr. Obama often derided Mr. Bush for what he said were dramatically falling incomes for workers.
"American families, since George Bush has been in office, have seen average family incomes go down $2,000," Mr. Obama said in a September 2008 speech on the economy in Green Bay, Wis.
The bureau, which doesn't compile statistics on "family" income, reported that per capita income rose during Mr. Bush's two terms, from $29,159 to $32,632 (using 2005 dollar values as a base). During Mr. Obama's 15 months in office, per capita income has dropped nearly 1 percent to $32,343.

September 10, 2010 at 4:51 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun_won_the_coldwar

Real personal income for Americans - excluding government payouts such as Social Security - has fallen by 3.2 percent since President Obama took office in January 2009, according to the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis.
For comparison, real personal income during the first 15 months in office for President George W. Bush, who inherited a milder recession from his predecessor, dropped 0.4 percent. Income excluding government payouts increased 12.7 percent during Mr. Bush's eight years in office.
"This is hardly surprising," said Douglas Holtz-Eakin, an economist and former director of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. "Under President Obama, only federal spending is going up; jobs, business startups, and incomes are all down. It is proof that the government can't spend its way to prosperity."
According to the bureau's statistics, per capita income dropped during 2009 in 47 states, with only modest gains in the other states, West Virginia, Maine and Maryland. But most of those increases were attributed to rising income from the government, such as Medicare and unemployment benefits.
Two of the most populous states in the country reported dramatic declines: Per capita income in California dropped 3.5 percent to $42,325; in New York, the drop was 3.8 percent to $46,957.
"The evidence from New York and California reinforces a basic lesson: Where government gets too large, prosperity suffers. Let's hope that the Congress learns this lesson before it is too late for the country as a whole," said Mr. Holtz-Eakin, who also served as chief economic policy adviser to Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign.
On the campaign trail, Mr. Obama often derided Mr. Bush for what he said were dramatically falling incomes for workers.
"American families, since George Bush has been in office, have seen average family incomes go down $2,000," Mr. Obama said in a September 2008 speech on the economy in Green Bay, Wis.
The bureau, which doesn't compile statistics on "family" income, reported that per capita income rose during Mr. Bush's two terms, from $29,159 to $32,632 (using 2005 dollar values as a base). During Mr. Obama's 15 months in office, per capita income has dropped nearly 1 percent to $32,343.

September 10, 2010 at 4:49 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun

Man, you are one hateful dude.
Name me one other country that has a better system than America's capitalism, and if it is better, go move there and improve your life and quit crying because you don't have a brighter bulb than most other people do.

Take responsibilty for your life and quit trying to blame others for your shortcomings.

We had a really fine system here until Barney Frank and all those other scumbags Democrats wanted social justice for all and gave loans to low income people who could not afford a home mortage.

It was the looney tunes on your side that screwed everything up for everyone! They hijacked capitalism and broke the bank and all those elitists like John Kerry have all the money.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UZ9l_...

September 10, 2010 at 4:31 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

ronnieraygun

But if you hate evil businesses and corporations, why work for them?
BTW, you single out Reagan, Bush, but what did Clinton do for you? He could have reversed all those things YOU HATE after Reagan and Bush 1. What about Clinton’s Nafta that sent all those jobs to Mexico? So, you need to include him on your list of hatred too. It's obvious that you voted for the Marxist that is running the country now, so what has improved for you since he has been elected? You are living in a dream world and you are obviously quite confused and conflicted. When this Marxist ends up bankrupting the country, you will be happy because there will be no more evil businesses and corporations. You will not longer have a mortgage to pay, or a house to live in.

You also have class envy too. If you are not capable, or educated enough to find a higher paying job, then it’s your own fault. In a free country, we have the ability to be anything we want to be. Some have more abilities than others. This is why we have the Bill Gates’ of the world, and this is why we have people like you. Some people are just more capable of making it better than others. Just because you never made much out of yourself, then you are jealous and you blame others who are more successful than you. Do you also cry when you lose a game? Are you angry when other kids get more candy than you on Halloween?

September 10, 2010 at 11:43 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

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