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Bloated military spending - politics

not just an American problem. Bombardier wants in on the scam that's profited Lockheed and others so much over the years.

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Curlyrocks  #44834 Created August 20, 2013



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Reagan raised debt ceiling, too - politics

Concerning all this debt limit nonsense, consider the following: Ronald Reagan raised the debt ceiling 18 times. Yes, 18. He raised taxes 11 times. That's 11 times. You know, the President you are always boasting about and are so proud of. What a great Republican he was. You wanted to put him on Mount Rushmore! He raised the debt ceiling 18 times. You know, Reagan, Ronald Reagan, he raised the debt ceiling 18 times and he raised taxes 11 times. You know, Reagan, Ronald Reagan.

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politics Reagan raised debt ceiling, too
vbattaile  #44752 Created August 19, 2013



RonaldReagan - May 26, 2015, 8:25 am
Back then, who was in charge of making the law? The democrats.
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Why are we putting the IRS in charge of Health care? - politics

The totally partisan unionized Democrats of the IRS have been very busy lately. They were actively suppressing the voices of political opponents, with denial and harassment of conservative groups, seeking the proper tax status to take part in the political process. They succeeded in helping re-elect Obama, without any consequence for their illegal actions, and continue to silence opposition today. They are recruiting "navigators" from their vast Democrat community organizing groups, who are not subjected to background screening, so even felons may be taking our sensitive data. Since the IRS recently "inadvertently" posted over 100,000 Americans' Social Security numbers on their website, an illegal breach of privacy, it's frightening that we will be forced to give their navigators all of our financial data including social numbers, income, and all asset information, to determine each individual's cost of Obamacare and eligibility for subsidies. The Data Hub will connect seven agencies, including HHS, IRS, DHS, and DOD…which is a mystery why our health and wealth information have any reason to be connected to Homeland Security and the Defense Department! But then, all dictators know that in order to "control the people" you need only get control of health care. Considering that medical records mistakes doubled from 2010-2011, which have already cost some their life, and reports that 80 percent of medical bills contain errors, the "Data Hub" that is months behind schedule is incomplete and unsecured will not only be a hacker's heaven, but may cost many lives in the chaos. It's no surprise that Congress, their staff, unions and the IRS itself have been given waivers and exemptions from Obamacare. What better way to eliminate any opponents, than to control who receives care and/or subsidies? The IRS should stand for Illegal Revolution Soldiers – it's the Alinsky rule.

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politics Why are we putting the IRS in charge of Health care?
vbattaile  #44654 Created August 18, 2013



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when a government spies on it's citizens the citizens need to revolt! - politics

The U.S. government does not deny Edward Snowden's assertions that the National Security Agency is spying on us. Rather, it attempts to sanitize and justify the spying. Big Brother is definitely watching and makes no bones about it. The Snowden leak raises the issue of betrayal ("Is Edward Snowden a Traitor?", Slate Magazine, June 11, 2013), but the question is, who is betraying whom? Governments spy on those whom they fear and distrust. Our government unabashedly spies on us, "we the people." It apparently fears and distrusts us -- millions and millions of us. So security-state agencies and their minions trample our Fourth Amendment protections against unwarranted government intrusion with impunity. How can they do this? Members of Congress, in a hysterical spasm of fear 12 years ago, authorized this violation. Presidents cooperate and collude. Agency heads dissemble and dodge. Yes, betrayal is the issue. The American people have indeed been betrayed, but not by Edward Snowden.

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vbattaile  #44652 Created August 18, 2013



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Stupid liberal quotes - politics

Every month that we do not have an economic recovery package 500 million Americans lose their jobs. -- Nancy Pelosi

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JGalt  #44542 Created August 17, 2013



JGalt - October 22, 2013, 11:55 pm
you should know by now that I have been against the corrupt Rinos as well.
crankyhead - October 22, 2013, 11:16 am
...conservative values.
crankyhead - October 22, 2013, 11:16 am
Furthermore, one could argue that corrupt liberals aren't really promoting liberalism, are they? Much in the same way that corrupt conservatives who try to skirt around the legislative process in order to repeal obamacare, aren't really promoting...
crankyhead - October 22, 2013, 11:14 am
The corruption argument is a good one, granted. You should be wary of believing that only one side of the aisle is trying to corrupt the process of good governance. Shutdown ring a bell?
StoneTools - October 22, 2013, 9:04 am
In the 2013-2014 election cycle, the going rate for a Democratic a**ignment as the ranking member on a top committee like the House Ways and Means or Financial Services Committees is $500,000.
JGalt - October 22, 2013, 6:42 am
The implementation of it here by corrupt politicians is... but you can't see that because you don't live here.
crankyhead - October 21, 2013, 10:53 pm
LOL. Nice. And thanks for the freebie. =)
crankyhead - October 21, 2013, 10:52 pm
New York is pretty cold, just sayin'. Liberalism isn't evil JG. Stop drinking the Hannity Kool-Aid.
JGalt - October 21, 2013, 10:41 pm
liberalism in Canada is not as evil as it is here, and lazy libtards don't want to live in the cold when they can get more freebies from California or New York, that's what keeps the Canadian system working....better than here.
JGalt - October 21, 2013, 10:39 pm
I'm feeling generous today. I can see liberal stupidity from my house!
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