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You are truly delusional Gringo.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2011 on Barack and Irene at Monica Crowley
And who cares? No one would take either candidate seriously.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2011 on Barack and Irene at Monica Crowley
Aren't both them leaning towards the right? I don't think Obama has tried one truly democratic policy.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2011 on Barack and Irene at Monica Crowley
Looks like you are smart enough to evade the facts about your candidates and just simply call people names (made up names at that).
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2011 on Earthquakes of a Different Kind at Monica Crowley
All for naught because neither will win the election. Anyway - http://www.journalgazette.net/article/20110823/LOCAL08/110829853/-1/local11 And you have some nerve calling DEMS pervs...
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2011 on Earthquakes of a Different Kind at Monica Crowley
Back up your claim as to why it is the dumbest comment of the week. So he's the leading contender of all of the nutjob GOP candidates. Doesn't mean he has a chance at all. A lot of FACTS are being uncovered about his. The only slightly credible candidates I see are Huntsman and Ron Paul.
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2011 on Earthquakes of a Different Kind at Monica Crowley
"Rick Perry Sought State Profits From Teacher Life Insurance Scheme" No chance he'll win the Election. There is not one credible candidate from the GOP so far.
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2011 on Earthquakes of a Different Kind at Monica Crowley
France's Mega-Rich Sign Petition Saying They Want Higher Taxes. Again, we fail to show any sign of a truly united country in support of one goal, and that is to secure the future of our beloved Country. The wealthy here are far too greedy to ever take action as the Rich in France has.
Toggle Commented Aug 24, 2011 on Earthquakes of a Different Kind at Monica Crowley
Yeah Gringo, if this "troll" business is your only defense to the facts we present to you, then you really have nothing.
Toggle Commented Aug 24, 2011 on The O'Reilly Factor---TONIGHT! at Monica Crowley
Corporate Cronyism: Perry Rewarded Hundreds Of Top Contributors With Government Jobs, Contracts
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hI_UYAWY6kU At Town Hall, GOP Rep. Hultgren Can’t Explain How Bush Tax Cuts Created Jobs
Paul Ryan Tries To Create Tax Loopholes For His Biggest Donors But a look at Ryan's record since he was elected to Congress in 1998 shows that he has tried to create an array of special loopholes for his top contributors, whose interests range from air fresheners to fraternity housing to beer. Take S.C. Johnson & Son, one of Ryan's biggest donors. The multibillion-dollar company, which is based in Ryan's district and manufactures popular cleaning products like Pledge and Windex, donated $41,092 to the congressman between 1998 and 2012, according to OpenSecrets.org. RAFENOTE: GOP and their self-interests... Ryan introduced two bills in May 2005 that would have granted the company special exemptions from tariffs. Specifically, his bills sought to suspend duties for imported components of "unique air freshener products … assembled by S.C. Johnson in the United States," Ryan said during floor remarks at the time. Neither bill advanced.
Mitt Romney Looks To Expand $12 Million La Jolla, California Home. I'm certain that he can still relate to the middle-class... Yeah...right.
Several Republicans have scoffed at Buffet’s proposal, including the multimillionaire Mitt Romney. However, in an interview with Fox 4 News, multimillionaire Henry Bloch — co-founder and chairman emeritus of the tax preparation company H&R Block and a registered Republican — said that “the wealthy have a debt to this country. They can afford to pay it and they should.” He added that the Republican push to protect tax breaks for millionaires in order to promote job creation is “baloney“
Because those same conservatives rely on one source of news information, Faux News. They are blind to what's really happening to them and refuse to believe otherwise because they still hold on to what they consider to be true conservatism. They don't know that today's Conservative party is completely different and misguided by the extreme views of the insane.
Republicans To Oppose Tax Cut For Working People. Repugs are simply hypocrites. If they fight Obama on extending the tax cuts for the working people, while still remaining firm against tax increases on the wealthy, it will most certainly push the reelection of Obama in his favor. STOP THE HYPOCRISY 2012.
Well didn't they do that for Blacks in general for a couple of hundred years? I think Maxine has shown tremendous courage, a voice that is echoed with many in this country that are sick and tired of the extreme views of the Tea Party.
Blame the obstructionists in Congress. And for clarity, Dems do not have the majority in the House. The only fault I have for Obama is that he has tried to pacify the Repugs in every way with bipartisan solutions which was in vain. He should had been like Bush in terms of courage and determination and move forward with Democratic policies, without any approval from the Repugs.
Bruce Bartlett, who served as an adviser to Ronald Reagan and as a Treasury official under George H.W. Bush, called Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry "an idiot" Friday, referencing negative comments the Texas governor made about Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke this week.
I agree with the Right's position on Immigration. Illegals must go.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on The Five---TODAY! at Monica Crowley
Pope Strikes Progressive Economic Message, Calls For End To ‘Self-Regulation’ | Pope Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Spain today calling for a more equitable, fair, and regulated economy, saying, “[T]he economy cannot be measured only by maximization of profit but rather according to the common good.” As American conservatives call for ever more deregulation, the pontiff said the marketplace “cannot function as a self-regulated economy.” Benedict explained his economic views more fully in a 2009 treatise, which called for protections for “labour unions — which have always been encouraged and supported by the Church,” the elimination of world hunger through “wealth redistribution,” the protection of the “natural environment” — “God’s gift to everyone” — from unchecked economic expansion, and a strengthened “family of nations,” like the U.N. with “real teeth."
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on The Five---TODAY! at Monica Crowley
Wow...what an ego you have Gringo. New World Dictionary... You have no GOP Candidate to endorse. There isn't a credible candidate yet! And believe me, I am looking for an alternative to Obama.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on The Five---TODAY! at Monica Crowley
Both are considered to be a bit nutty, no?
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on The Five---TODAY! at Monica Crowley
The state of Texas takes 2 billion MORE a year in federal spending than they contribute in taxes. That's Rick Perry's way of making sure that the real wealth transfer is from NY, IL, and CA to his state and the other Red states. In the meanwhile they survive on an economy based on a 'national' resource, oil. Of course while the resource may be 'national' it's Texans that reap the benefits. No wonder they're always calling for 'Drill baby drill' and no EPA. This is the big Republican lie being told over and over: We hate spending. No, they hate spending on things like 'welfare' which they suspect goes to a certain 'type' of people they're not fond of. The flow of 148 BILLION of federal spending to the state of Texas? Well, that's welfare going to the 'right' sort of folks and isn't really 'governmen­t spending' , not the bad kind the Tea Party hates.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on The Five---TODAY! at Monica Crowley
Oh, Rick Perry is an authentic Texan orite... He's worst than Bush... www.meetrickperry.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgJC0km1isg
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2011 on The Five---TODAY! at Monica Crowley