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Quite frankly I don't see it this way. I think I'm getting far too much government for each dollar spent. In fact I'm getting so much government, I'm throwing some of it away. I've got boxes of the stuff, the landfill refuses to take it, no one I'm aware of has been able to compost it or recycle it for any useful purpose. This is the real form of government waste that should be investigated.
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Branding Hillary Clinton

JMWinPR Wrote: Apr 13, 2014 5:47 PM
If you refer to her as "nice" I wouldn't want to be any where near anyone you label as OK. Remember Vince Foster, the Benghazi 4, not to mention her bed side reading. Manipulating the stock market. (Sold big Pharma stock short, then beat them up via her "bully pulpit", cattle gate etc.
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Branding Hillary Clinton

JMWinPR Wrote: Apr 13, 2014 5:43 PM
Andy Cuomo lost a similar amount when he directed HUD under WJC, Comparatively speaking that was real money. Look at him today. Gov Clinton tomorrow.
And when you sell that home, you will pay taxes on 88,500 in "profit".
Hit the wrong button. I see no end to employment, only a shift. Did the industrial revolution end jobs? No, it did end certain industries, but more and better more than filled the gap. The same will happen here. The issue that is currently holding back job creation is the uncertainty in the future cost of labor/coupled with lowered income. That unfortunately, is going to take a shift in Congress to people with a mind. No one should be elected to legislative office unless they've had to meet a payroll, and succeeded.
Just Google labor participation. Currently we are at about 155,000,000in 2004 or 5 it was 180,000,000, considering the population has grown since then, this is truly a frightening number. It means that less than half the population is employed. If you were one of those, how would you feel about supporting the other 52%? In addition we have lost high paying manufacturing careers, and replaced them with low wage entry level jobs. While the journey has been fraught with setbacks and detours, we are close to the destination Ted set course for with the Immigration Act of '65.
They can't vote D until they die. It is unlawful for felons who have been incarcerated for 367 days to vote.
The German model of some 70 years ago was very effective. Using today's technology, both mother and child will still be able to vote Democrat.
S.o.S. Kerry needs no outside assistance to prove to the world he is a fool. He has been doing just that for decades in the Senate, without the help of NSA, NASA, Skull and Bones, or Mensa
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Yes, I Hate the Cable Company Too

JMWinPR Wrote: Apr 09, 2014 2:26 PM
Nice idea, who is going to maintain it?
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