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How The Tea Party Repealed The Debt Limit

Darreld Wrote: Feb 12, 2014 3:53 PM
Bill O'Reilly, that obscure Fox News guy with the No 1 rated cable show on TV. I guess the 30 million or so people who watch him never heard of him. My question is Who the heck is Rachel Madcow?
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How The Tea Party Repealed The Debt Limit

Darreld Wrote: Feb 12, 2014 3:49 PM
It's very simple. The RINOS in the House want to get re-elected. The only way they can do that is to idenify with the ACORN stuff the ballot boxes crowd of the Democrat party. How do you identify with the Democrats without actually saying you are a democrat? Pass bad legislation and blame all of your corruption on the Tea Party. It's all the Democrat Blame Game. It WAS Bushes fault, but Bush is gone now and this is Obama's economy now, so he has to blame it on someone so the Tea Party gets the blame because we all know Barry Sotoero is not to be blamed for anything, including being a good President.
Poor Charlie Rangel. In his senile dementia he cannot see his own corruption and lies. He is perhaps one of the worst people ever to live and yet, as he slowly passes, he cannot help but blame others for his monumental failures, and his staggering lack of morals and scruples. He reminds me of another pathetic figure who at the end still blamed others for his descent into madness. He reminds me of Adolph Hitler. They both ended up sad pathetic lunatics.
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Obama Finally Signing Up for Obamacare

Darreld Wrote: Dec 23, 2013 12:38 PM
I'll believe it when I see it.
Isn't that the whole point of a company? If a company isn't profitable, it doesn't stay around long and jobs go away. You really should take an economics class, then look around you and see what liberalism is really all about.
If someone wanted to pay me more than I am making at my job not to work at all I'd take it. Isn't that the whole point of the welfare state? To get people out of the work force and into the welfare slavery system?
The only reason most of these low income jobs are not automated now is the cost of the automation. If you force a higher wage, then it becomes a matter of cost vs wage to automate. Guess which one wins. Automation is cheaper in the long run, duh. Goddbye jobs, hello starvation or welfare. It's already happened to manufacturing in America. Now the gov't wants to destroy the low income sector. It's best to let the market work and dictate wages.
It is beyond me how you cannot see reality. If I had a business, and I was paying my employees $7.25 per hour for 8 hours of work per day, and someone told me I had to double my employees pay, I would make cuts to afford that. I would cut their hours, or reduce thge number of employees, or automate my business. I would find some way to maintain my profitability in the face of this theft of my money.
There are no real athiests.
It's time for Coloradoans to issue new recalls against the demonrats in their legislature. It's too bad we can't do the same in the Union of Soviet Socialists Republic of Kalifornia or USSR of Kalifornia. The Commies are too entrenched here for recalls to work. They'd just buy off the votes with their corrupt drug money.
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