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    SmashMouth's Avatar

    APPLE!!!

    It looks more and more like Android....wtf, Apple copying something? NeauxFW!
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    Posted 10-30-2013 at 01:46 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

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    Originally Posted by WHODATINCA View Comment
    $24 billion is what Ted Cruz and The Tea Party have cost this country.

    This number is according to an estimate from Standard & Poor who said the shutdown, which ended with a deal late Wednesday night after 16 days, took $24 billion out of the U.S. economy, and reduced projected fourth-quarter GDP growth from 3 percent to 2.4 percent.

    Read more: Government Shutdown Cost $24 Billion, According to Standard & Poor's | TIME.com
    And it'll cost more the more there is bigger government....which is counter to the framers of our country. We have already reached the point of no return. It is merely a matter of time before we go up in flames. Too many moochers getting some from too many elected, and some appointed, looters... and this is across all party lines. Pretty soon our debt payment will easily be the largest budget expenditure... and just you wait until interest rates go up. You ain't seen nothing yet!
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    Posted 10-30-2013 at 12:37 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    The level of disconnect from reality blows my mind.

    They say they believe in the Constitution, but are all good with shutting down the government. Last time I checked the Constitution gave the framework FOR OUR GOVERNMENT *and* MOST ASSUREDLY ASSUMED THAT WE WOULD HAVE ONE.

    As I write that I just shake my head in amazement -- especially when I remember that these same Tea Party "Constitutionalists" who say they want to stop incurring more debt -- are the same f*cks who just cost our country $24 billion dollars and reduced projected fourth-quarter GDP growth from 3 percent to 2.4 percent.

    Government Shutdown Cost $24 Billion, According to Standard & Poor's | TIME.com

    Seriously, we need to start calling Republican precincts in red states prior to elections and ask them if they want more of the same. Because, really the repercussions are dire when you take into consideration how apathetic the voting public already is and how completely idiotic we look to our trading partners, and even our enemies, around the world.
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    Posted 10-18-2013 at 10:17 PM by WHODATINCA WHODATINCA is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Yep, that's more than NASA, and several other large government programs get each year. And they claim to be for cutting government costs.

    What a scam--and southerners continue voting for these clowns for ridiculous reasons, while they get elected and then screw them economically.

    Almost every southern governor, including mine, turned down the medicaid funds, for the poor, and that would aid hospitals in not getting "stiffed" for the bill for indigent care. This affected about 670,000 in Alabama alone.

    Then, insult to injury, Bentley gets a hernia operation on the government's insurance dime, in the last week.
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    Posted 10-18-2013 at 09:37 AM by mike27 mike27 is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    $24 billion is what Ted Cruz and The Tea Party have cost this country.

    This number is according to an estimate from Standard & Poor who said the shutdown, which ended with a deal late Wednesday night after 16 days, took $24 billion out of the U.S. economy, and reduced projected fourth-quarter GDP growth from 3 percent to 2.4 percent.

    Read more: Government Shutdown Cost $24 Billion, According to Standard & Poor's | TIME.com
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    Posted 10-18-2013 at 01:30 AM by WHODATINCA WHODATINCA is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Thank you, Mike27 and I couldn't agree more. It's scary that Mornin' Joe and Rove are now center-right.

    Check this out -- when the Dems (who are also just corporate shills -- it's just that on some issues they are slighty less craven than the bat-**** crazy f*cks the Republican Tea party has turned into ) -- so -- when Obama and the Dems said "Hell No" to all their demands about shutting down Obamacare -- GET THIS: David Vitter, (R) Senator from Louisiana actually wanted to pass a law denying health insurance coverage to the President and Vice-President.

    Can you believe we are paying these fu*ks?!?!?! Jesus. <head banging continues>
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    Posted 10-16-2013 at 11:38 PM by WHODATINCA WHODATINCA is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    "Obama Phones," uh-oh, someone is watching FAKE News.

    Watch MSNBC--it's still right-wing, but much closer to the center, and relatively honest. There is that Scarborough guy, who was once a radical right-winger, that I hated. It's a sad world, where Scar and Rove are now the voices of reason.

    All corporate media is intrinsically right-wing. It's why we never see anything about shutting down the some-odd 800 military bases that cost a fortune to maintain, with their golf courses and officer's clubs. We never hear how it's maintaining the massive DOD and now another DHS budgets. We don't hear how globilization created massive unemployment in this country, and how we lost a tremendous amount of tax income at the same time, because the jobs are no longer here, and thus, no longer pay federal, state, sales, gas, property, utility, social security, and many other little nickle and dime taxes Republicans have tagged everything we pay, to make up for all the tax breaks they've given to millionaires.
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    Posted 10-16-2013 at 11:11 AM by mike27 mike27 is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    "Boner" actually agreed on a news show this week, that he had come to an agreement with the president on the negotiated $986 Billion in spending. He went back on his word, and has been spineless.

    Next time you need to pay your credit card bill, call up Chase, or Bank of America, or whatever your company is--tell them "Hey, I'm not going to pay my bill, unless you take that charge off, for the television my wife bought." See what that gets you.

    I can tell you--it'll get you a higher rate, a huge late-payment fee of $40, and that is what we're going to get by a minority in Congress trying to take our government hostage.

    Oh yea, by the way, 1.5 MILLION more people voted for Democrats in House races in 2012--the only reason Republicans have ANY power is they stole it with gerrymandering of districts, tossing all the democrats into the same one, and distributing republicans where they could win all of the surrounding ones, in several States ALEC controls.
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    Posted 10-16-2013 at 11:06 AM by mike27 mike27 is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    The Republicans COULD have declared that:
    1. Until all abortions cease in the US they are going to de-fund the government, or
    2. Until the rich pay no taxes at all, or
    3. Until all the SEC's policing of Wall Street ceases or
    4. Until we crown Donald F**king Trump as King -- no money for running the government.

    You see? THE REASON IS 100% IRRELEVANT.

    Funding the government IS NOT A MATTER FOR DEBATE. And, my assertion of that fact comes not from the news media -- but from the Constitution that you say you hold so dear, Oak. Our Constitution says that we will have a government. Period, end of the argument.

    Oak, your argument on this subject is specious.
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    Posted 10-12-2013 at 11:37 PM by WHODATINCA WHODATINCA is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    What the republicans are saying is as reliable a litmus test on reality as what the Democrats are saying.

    The reality is that BOTH party's refuse to budge and that makes it a 50/50 blame hostage situation on the parties. If you are going to insist that law is law then you are resigned to standing ground that Democrats should just accept the Second Amendment.

    I am resigned to not allowing partisan news organizations and inept politicians dictate my perception of reality.
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    Posted 10-10-2013 at 08:50 AM by TheOak TheOak is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Thanks for the post Homer -- totally agree.
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    Posted 10-05-2013 at 02:02 AM by WHODATINCA WHODATINCA is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Oak, are you actually watching the news?!? Are you hearing what the Republicans are saying? The Republicans are holding the country hostage because of the ACA ( Obama Care ).

    Wow. Facts needed here too.
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    Posted 10-05-2013 at 02:00 AM by WHODATINCA WHODATINCA is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Barrack Obama ~ "I will not negotiate"
    Jay Carney ~ I can say that this administration does not believe that the 14th Amendment gives the president the power to ignore the debt ceiling period.

    There you have the reasons for the shut down. The debt ceiling was ignored when laws were made and the President refuses to negotiate.
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    Posted 10-03-2013 at 12:40 PM by TheOak TheOak is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    Great point!!!


    Shouldn't a qualification for being a member of the US Congress be at least limited intelligence AND understanding of how Congress & the Federal Government work?
    How can you explain PRESBO getting elected twice then? Is he not currently usurping his constitutionally granted powers with his illegal executive directives?

    Once again the dumabasses in the house are threatening to shut down the government over debt ceilings, money, taxes & the Affordable HealthCare Act.
    Not true as a plethora of bills were passed and Harry Reid in the Senate tabled them. It is the Dems that are causing this shutdown...nothing new here!

    I don't care a persons views or standings just support yourself with facts. Yes that dirty word - FACTS. Not what you here from Fox or Rush Limpdick or Michael Moore or MSNBC but facts.
    U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time


    The debt ceiling argument shows the absolute ignorance & stupidity of many people in Congress. We have already spent the money. Now you have to pay. It would be like going to a restaurant & ordering a large expensive meal & the deciding at the end you don want to pay.
    They have spent money alright, but not where you think. All we have to show for it is greater debt and spending. Since 2008, the Federal government has practically doubled spending. Have you doubled your spending since also and are able to balance your budget?


    Yes dear god yes I understand the need to reign in spending but this is not the way to do it (neither is cutting food stamps by the way)
    Just go back to 2008 spending levels...they do not have the guts to do it!

    Ohhhh - here's an idea lets pull out of Afghanistan how much would that save?Let's not give subsidies to HUGE companies (oil! farm, etc.) & let's restructure the tax code so that everyone wealthy & not pay a fair share.
    The answer you ask? HR 25 ... its ramifications will solve a multifaceted problem and transfer a balance of power back to the people, as it should be. That and passing the "Liberty Amendments".

    I am soundly middle class. My profession choice insures that. But I am sick & tired of paying more than my fair share when people who make MILLIONS & BILLIONS of dollars are not.
    Then don't vote liberal... these types always take money out of your pockets... they need it for Obama Phones and take your pic other bloated federal program.

    Don't blame the country's problems on the rather minuscule amounts we pay for Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps & unemployment when We allow the corporations to bilk the country for 10 times as much.
    Not a minuscule amount as the Captain Obvious example clusterfuvk Obamacare is. And yes... every penny counts

    Time for the members of Congress who have any intelligence & balls to stand up & do what is right for the country NOT what is right for the to get reelected.
    That is the first you said that makes common sense. But you must sprinkle in the American People in there, for it is we, and only we, that can make these changes. BTW... that is what Ted Cruz is attempting to do.

    I am glad you care, btw, Homer!
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    Posted 10-02-2013 at 12:51 PM by SmashMouth SmashMouth is offline
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    Being held hostage again.

    They make hundreds of thousands of dollars every year and they can't even balance a checkbook.
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    Posted 10-01-2013 at 05:15 AM by BoudinSandwich BoudinSandwich is offline
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    Posted 09-24-2013 at 06:18 PM by Halo Halo is offline
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    APPLE!!!

    I'm not a fan of the look, either.
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    Posted 09-23-2013 at 03:33 AM by BoudinSandwich BoudinSandwich is offline
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    APPLE!!!

    Well... Not 800, yet.
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    Posted 09-22-2013 at 05:27 PM by homerj07 homerj07 is offline
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    APPLE!!!

    I've had a HTC, Samsung, and Motorola "Smartphones". Android is more durable and actually quite a bit "smarter", as well as giving you more freedom than Apple ever will give a person. Plus the freedom becomes even bigger if you 'root' your phone, but thats just tech-nerd talk. I personally prefer HTC actually, but Samsung ain't no slouch either. Android is the better option, unless your like 800 years old, lol.
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    Posted 09-22-2013 at 03:48 PM by DemonicSaint DemonicSaint is online now
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    APPLE!!!

    I am giving up on the hipster iphone, too. I am eligible for an upgrade at the end of November, and I keep reading great things about the HTC One. It seems to be a beast of a phone, and it is one of the top recommended phones for people signing new contracts this year, as it will still be relevant two years from now.
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    Posted 09-22-2013 at 06:48 AM by ProMallNinja ProMallNinja is offline

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