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Saturday, September 24, 2016

  • Where are all the negative comments about what Party has the money ? Maybe because Obama has raised more of it than Romney?

    • deadisdead

      Romney is far and away leading in large donations by billionaires however…

    • ObozoMustGo

      Paul… how dare you challenge the leftist freak fantasy with a dose of reality and fact? They don’t like their bubbles being burst.

      Have a nice day!

      “When Obozo called the SEALs, they got Bin Laden. When the SEALs called Obozo, they got denied.” – Navy SEAL’s Facebook posting that was censored and then later uncensored

      • Bozo you showed your lack of knowledge on anything with your inaccurate comments on the President’s handling of Sandy. Your claim of white people in areas of NY like Coney Island (when were you last there or were you ever there) being ignored is a figment of your little bubble wrapped mind. Obama may be leading in donations to their campaigns but in the SuperPAC arena Romney is far ahead with Rove, Koch Brothers, Alderson and others contributing multiple millions. Can you think of something on your own. You keep recycle these made up quotes. I thinik you cut cut and paste this bovine fecal matter over and over. Stop being a bitter old man and do something positive.

        • morgan520

          Well said!! but we ALL know Obozomustgo is a tool of the those right-wing nut jobs rove and the koch brothers!

          • Ed

            A reasonable person might think that if person A was getting donations of 5, 10 and 20 dollars, and person B was getting donations of 5 10 and 20 MILLION dollars, and person A still had a larger campaign fund than person B, then perhaps that is a showing of GREAT POPULAR SUPPOERTIf Mittens doesn’t have a larger campaign fund than the President I would take that as a sign he doesn’t want to invest his own money.

          • Kansan

            He spent $40 million of his own dough in 2008 and finished third behind Huckabee and McCain. Ann probably wouldn’t let him blow that kind of wad again.

        • If I were a politician Bill I would rather have 4 million people donate $3.00 each to my campaign than 10 Billionaires who are trying to buy my vote and will own me later. That would tell me that my message was on track with all the voters not just the masters.

      • ExPAVIC

        OUT OF TOUCH

        Obozo you clown, take your meds and go away.

        Watch for the Obama landslide.

    • Most of Obama’s money has come from regular people, people that aren’t worth millions and can’t threaten employees jobs like Romney’s millionaire and billionaires backers are doing upon his request. Romney gets 1 or 2 millions from one person claiming to be a corporation while Obama gets $10, $20, maybe a hundred dollars from one person at a time . Romney has had the most money just about the whole campaign.

    • obooboy STOLE more money than Romney raised. There is a great difference.

      • Kansan

        You’re showing your ignorance, when you can’t back up you b.s. with actual facts.

        Are you auditioning for a job on Fox “News?”

    • TheSkalawag929

      President Obama may or may not have raised more money than Gov. Romney I don’t know. But one thing is for sure Gov. Romney had more Super PACs and rich Wall Streeters backing him than the president.

      And I hope that they view buying elections in the future as an unsound business practice and that we can get Citizens United overturned.

  • ObozoMustGo

    And now…. the REAL Cartoon of The Day!

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    Have a nice day!

    “You can only confiscate the wealth that exists at a given moment. You cannot confiscate future wealth — and that future wealth is less likely to be produced when people see that it is going to be confiscated.” – Thomas Sowell

    • TVulgaris

      Sow-ell is the perfect example of bastardly selfishness being a basic human quality of character transcending race, like genocidal megalomania; I’m sure Idi Amin and Pol Pot have a special warm place in their pantheon waiting…

      • ObozoMustGo

        TV… you mean “bastardly selfish” because he (and all people naturally) seek to keep the fruits of their own labor? And you, who vote for politicians to confiscate the fruits of the labor (earnings) of others for your charitable purposes are NOT greedy? You want other’s money, and you’re NOT greedy. I want to keep my own earnings, and I’m greedy. Is that what you are saying? Of couse it’s what you’re saying. You have bought off on the leftist lies of collectivism and utopia enforced through political power and coercion. Only a fool buys that. Of course, a great many of you leftist freaks, by definition, are fools.

        Have a nice day!

        “You cannot make the poor man rich by making the rich man poor.” – Winston Churchill

        • GodlessRabble

          Obozo, you like so many of your ilk, remind me so much of the Islamist extremists, the christian extremists…and so on. Is it because your folk can not listen and understand anything that is not spoon fed to you from Fox some eman or the other preachers of hate?

          I think we all deserve what we work for….but we live in a society. In a society we share certain tasks. I do not believe you would last 5 minutes on your own in a world without the fruits of others labor. So when discussing the sharing of wealth…That is what it is about. Sometimes people get hurt or need help – i.e. Sandy, Katrina, 911…..what do you propose for them so that you can keep your earnings….what would you do if it happened to you? I bet you would be one of those screaming the loudest if you weren’t being helped after this.

          I bet you wouldn’t want some other country overruning this one and taking everything you have…..you won’t be able to stop them with a few measly firearms that you have….so you need an armed militia to protect you…..where do you suppose they will get the money?

          Short sited fools like yourself are not in short supply it appears, unfortunately.

          • ObozoMustGo

            Rabble… all of you leftist freaks are the same. I noted in your post that the 2 things you claim are justifications for taxation are National Defense and Disaster Relief. BOTH are legitimate functions of the federal government. No one I know disagrees with that. I also noted that you conspicuously leave out entitlements and welfare spending. You are correct to leave them out. The federal government has no authority to redistribute wealth from those that earn it to those that do not earn it under the Constitution. But we are in a post Constitutional period, now aren’t we?

            Here is an example of why redistribution of wealth is bad that I posted to jarheadgene….

            You see, when I a guy signs up to be soldier, he’s trading his time in exchange for something that we deem valuable and necessary– national defense. We get something for his service. Contrast that to when money is taken from me and is used to buy an Obozophone and pay for cell service for people in Cleveland that are not providing any value to the society at large. Clearly, example #1 is NOT redistributionist, but example #2 IS redistributionist. You understand this.

            My hunch is, Rabble, that you support socialist concepts of wealth redistribution and the collectivist utopian fantasy. This is OK, as long as you’re honest about it.

            Have a nice day!

            “You can only confiscate the wealth that exists at a given moment. You cannot confiscate future wealth — and that future wealth is less likely to be produced when people see that it is going to be confiscated.” – Thomas Sowell

          • Sorry bozo but you are incorrect. The SCOTUS took on your “entitlements” in regards to SS and found it to be lawful. Matter of a fact it is such a good popular program it is found in some variety or another in every civilized country in the World. All Governments know they need to look out for the needy and those who are unable to look out for themselves. It a basic precept or humanity. You also do not understand your own concept of redistribution. Corporations have enjoyed it here in America for many years and continue with each Congress to beg for more and change the laws to benefit them at the expense of the people. If an “obozophone” as you put it saves even one life then it was worth the cost. Not just to that person but to society as a whole. It costs much more money to ‘treat” everyone at the emergency room as you advocate. Who do you think pays for that? It is a national travesty that it has taken almost 100 years to get health care for all in this country. And no it is not Government Health care like in the other countries of the world because the private sector still administers and provides the health care. As a disabled Veteran I know the difference between the two and you sir do not. I go and use the VA system and that is indeed Government Health Care. I also know you hate that but deal with it ok? Look at the first act of the first Congress and see what they did. Thanked and provided for the Veterans without whom there would not be an America.

            I would guess you in the category of either a paid troll or just a wannabe hoping you can get some droppings off the masters tables and get to the big house once in a lifetime. That will prove to all your friends how important you are, at least in your own mind.

          • ObozoMustGo

            Sergeant… you are dead wrong. As a disabled vet, you rendered services to America and therefore your costs are part of our cost of common defense, a perfectly legitimate function of the federal government. In fact, it’s primary function and I support you 100%. (thank you for your service, by the way) As well, SS was turned down by the SCOTUS several times before FDR was able to break tradition and run for a 3rd time so he could pack the court with leftist freaks. And not everything the SCOTUS decides is a good decision. Witness the Dred Scott decision. Witness the disasterous decision on Obozocare. There are many others.

            One other point… you and I don’t disagree on the need for some sort of basic safety net. We disagree on how that safety net should be set up and administered. The problem with you leftist nuts out there is that you fail to recognize the realities that such safety nets are boondoggles of fraud and sloth that encourage generational dependence. Not one of those programs has ever solved a single one of the problems that they were intended to solve. Not one! Even SS and Medicare, while seemingly solving some issues for early individual participants, the programs themselves are already functionally bankrupt because they rely on the “Rob Peter to Pay Paul” philosophy of economics which NEVER will work in the long run. So the later participants and taxpayers get screwed in the end.

            Have a nice day, Sergeant!

            “Rule of thumb… never trust what comes from the mouth of a socialist politician. They are only lying to you so they can spend other people’s money to build up their own power base and bureaucracy.” – ObozoMustGo

          • GodlessRabble

            Obozo, Funny how you label everyone that doesn’t agree with your selfish and poorly constructed arguments, leftist freaks. First of all, I am a republican – a moderate one. I disagree with your ideas that government only provides an army or disaster relief. What about roads, education, police, fire…..on and on….Your ilk would call this redistrabution of wealth, well then I agree with redistribution. As for Obama, he is not the best nor the worst president we have had. He is the most despised by you right wing bigots, but that is beside the point. As you folks decry the so called entitlements – I bet you will not be able to retire without your “Social Security” will you? I bet you won’t turn down unemployment when you get laid off your job. Of course you righties don’t have any cares about anyone else? Like I said before, you wouldn’t last a day without all those things you take for granted that are provided by them.

            But enough discussion with morons. I find idiots like you a frightful result of our shortsighted policies in education – for it is turning out alot of mind numbing stupidity like yours – and people that can only hate the other guy to make themselves feel superior.

            Oh…and buy the way, I am a constiturional lawyer….and I must inform you that your quotes of the functions of governement and the constitution are both ludicrous and inaccurate.

          • ObozoMustGo

            Rabble… a Constitutional lawyer? bwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaha!!! bwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaha!!! bwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaha!!!

            ROFLMAO!!!!

            Obozo fancied himself one of those, also. Look where that got us! A disaster.

            Here’s why I disbelieve you. No real Constitutional lawyer would confuse state or local functions like police, roads or education with federal government functions. You, and your leftist freak ilk constantly do that. And I don’t care what your party affiliation is, beliefs like yours are clearly leftist.

            I’d trade every penny I have put into SS right now if I was offered the chance to have 100% of my contributions, and my employer contributions that match mine, put into a private account that I controlled and NO ONE else had any claim or right to it. Just like the huge success that is the private SS system offered in Chile compared to the public system they kept side by side with it. I don’t disagree with the basic concept of SS. I disagree with government control of it. That’s why the system is bankrupt. Almost ANYTHING politicians touch goes bankrupt.

            Have a nice day!

            As William Voegeli put it in Never Enough: America’s Limitless Welfare State, “Liberals don’t want the government to grow indefinitely. They just want it to be bigger than it is right now. The corollary of this stance is liberals’ refusal even to entertain questions on the dimensions of a welfare state that is exactly the right size.”

          • GodlessRabble

            Ahh well….you reply to a troll, this is what you should expect – more ignorance and stupidity.

            I wonder where you would be if you really got what you are professing? What a world that would be….NO THANKS! Thank god you are not the majority.

            Have a nice day Troll.

          • grammyjill

            Social Security currently has 92 Trillion dollars in it. I wouldn’t call that broke.

          • grammyjill

            Do you have any clue what a soldier earns to save your greedy ass? My son-an E6 makes 8.50 an hour while in the states. When he was in Iraq he made 10.00 an hour. He made so much his wife and kids had to go on food stamps. I find that wrong. What about you?

          • That is a sorry way for our military and their families to be treated. Our military personnel should be getting the salary Congress gets and Congress should be getting the salary the Military gets. One military person is worth ten times more than any member of Congress.

          • grammyjill

            I agree completely. Going to work on that after the election. We got a lady running for congress here that thinks we should freeze the congress’ pay until they pass a balanced budget. She’s got my vote!

          • ObozoMustGo

            grammy…. I 1000% agree with you. It’s a national travesty that your son, who sacrifices his life for our freedoms, is paid so little. It’s disgusting to me. I wish I knew your son’s family because I would not accept them being on food stamps. Dinner at my house every night for your son’s family. It’s embarrassing.

            Please send my heartfelt thanks to your son and his family for their sacrifice and service to our country.

            Here is a picture in honor of your son.

            Have a nice day, grammy!

            “Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference. The Marines don’t have that problem.” PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

          • grammyjill

            My son is in the guard now. He didn’t much like the army so when he got back from Iraq he got out and went into the guard cause he loves his job. But since he’s now a weekend warrior, he makes 22.00 an hour fixing garbage trucks and cement mixers. I think it really sucks when congress is so worried about the sequestration and how the contractors won’t get as much money. What about the people who are actually there with their lives on the line? I think the military personal should trade pay with congress. They work more and better! Congress actually cut the death benefit two years ago also. It use to be a hundred thousand dollars. Now it’s fifty thousand. Cheap pricks!

          • ObozoMustGo

            Good for your son, grammy. As to Congress being cheap pricks…. you must have been smoking that funny stuff again. Congress is a lot of things, but cheap aint one of em. In case you haven’t noticed, we’re $16 TRILLION in debt. 43 cents of every dollar the government spends is borrowed. The real discussion is over what they should be spending money on and how it is prioritized. Defense is the #1 purpose of the federal government and we should not cheap out on our men and women serving us. Cheap out on other things, but not them.

            Have a nice night, grammy.

            “Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end, and no sense of responsibility at the other.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            Hey, we agree on something. Did you ever think that would happen?

          • ObozoMustGo

            After a while, it usually does happen, grammy. I actually believe that most Americans are libertarian (small L intended, not the party). We pretty much believe in live and let live. You worship how you want or not, I’ll do the same or not. You cant tell me what to do and I wont tell you what to do. I don’t care what you do in your bedroom. It’s none of my business. But by the same token, do not make it my business by using who you like to screw, and how, as a means to have special treatment. Maximum freedom, small government that is fiscally responsible with laws applied equally to all. I think we mostly agree on these things in a broad sense grammy. If you can get rid of your party identity and loyalty, you’ll see that we actually do.

            Gotta run grammy. Have a fun night!

            “The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.” ― Alexis de Tocqueville

          • grammyjill

            Yes, we do agree on all the stuff you wrote here. I don’t really have a party. I’m whats called a realist. Why did I vote for Obama? As I told you I get much more TV time than most, so I watch the House and Senate. With what I saw there, there wasn’t really any other choise. The republicans really wanted to take away contriception and preventitive health care for women. They really did want to stop abortion for any reason (38 bills on that). And then I knew Romney’s record as governor, and it really was bad. I in good conscience could not let them win. If their party could drag themselves into the 21st century and go out and talk to regular people once in a while and find out what we think and feel, they might actually have a chance. Without that, they are done.

          • ObozoMustGo

            You see, I knew it. By the way, I don’t give a damn about the parties and whether or not they survive. I only care about America, individual liberty, private property rights, the sovereignty of the individual, and free market economics. The rest is horseshit.

            You are wrong on contraception, too, grammy. Not one single women was denied contraception during any point when Repubs controlled Presidency and Congress. Not one. And not one would ever be denied it. You see, the argument is over who PAYS for it, not whether or not they can get it. The left thinks someone else must pay for a women’s pills. The right says pay for them yourself.

            You must see the absolute hypocrisy of your position, don’t you grammy? I mean, on the one hand you say the government must keep their hands off your body. On the other you say the government must pay for your body and bedroom behavior. Which one is it? You like the government in your female parts or you don’t. But if you want them to pay for it, they’re gonna be in it. It’s the way it is. He who pays makes the rules.

            Here’s a picture of the most effective form of birth control.

            Have a nice day!

            “Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in deciding to protect us from ourselves.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            Actually, Paul Ryan put forth a bill to ban all hormonal types of birth control. That would be anything except condoms. So yea, he was trying to take contriception away from women. With what that dipshit was proposing, we would have him screaming about too many people in just a few years. Think about it. You are male. Right? So your choise would be condoms all the time or no sex or lots of kids. And condoms work all the time, right? I got a grand nephew due to a busted rubber. And I know that guys don’t like them too much.
            And your quote on the other post is oh so right!

          • ObozoMustGo

            wrong again, grammy. But whatever. The only regret in life is that I did not have more kids. Only 4. Wish I had 10 or more. I love my kids and living life with them.

            Have a nice weekend!

            “One way to make sure crime doesn’t pay would be to let the government run it.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            I’ve got 4 I raised and had one for my best friend that couldn’t. So,5. And yes, she knows where she came from. She introduces me as her other mother. It makes her feel special. She’s the one with the heart problem, so from her I got a grand dog instead of a grandchild. Oh well, at least he’s cute. And local. The two grandchildren live in Cincinnati. See them once every two years. Hard to spoil them that way.

          • ObozoMustGo

            That’s awesome grammy. You are blessed. By the way, how’d that work with you having a baby for another women? Did you have to schtupp her man? Was hubby OK with that? LOL!!! My wife has a few friends I wouldn’t mind procreating with, I’ll tell ya! : -) hehehehehe

            Have a nice weekend!

            “The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            The library can tell you alot including how to do artificial insemination. I wouldn’t have had sex with her husband even though she offered.Couldn’t stand him then and still can’t. But her was her pick, not mine. And I wasn’t married then, but my husband has become her other Dad. I swear she has a better relationship with him than she does with me. Went to her wedding two years ago and she insisted he be in the wedding pictures. I had been aunt jill for most of her life, then at 15 she was told the truth. I got a letter from her a couple days later. Been good since then. Thank God she never asked me to help with homework. lol. That is THE worst word in the english language! My friend died 10 years ago, but she and I are still good.
            You said you had four but wished it were more. Be patient and wait for grandchildren. With them you can sink right into your second childhood and everyone thinks you’re being a great grandparent. They don’t think you’re acting immature. And toys get better every year!

          • ObozoMustGo

            grammy…. you crack me up! I like you. 🙂 I’m a few years away from being a grampa, but it will be fun. Good thing you didn’t screw that dude. It’s difficult, if not impossible, with people you can’t stand. Perish the thought.

            Have a nice weekend, grammy!

            “Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end, and no sense of responsibility at the other.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            Being a grandparent is fun. They smell, give them back to their parent. They cry, give ’em back. Being the grandparent you get the good stuff and don’t really have to deal with most of the bad stuff unless you want to.  Word of warning though if you buy a grandchild a noisy toy, the kid will only get to play with it at your house! And it will be the kids favorite toy.
            My daughter-in-law once told me that if I got a loud toy for my grandson, she’d walk all the way from Kentucky to throw it at me.  We both laughed. She is more like my other daughter. Funny story. When my son, Jarad, was dating my daughter-in-law, he would call and go on and on about Katie. Then one day he called and told me he was going to ask Shannon to marry him. My response, who the hell is Shannon and what happened to Katie? Well, I got them both. Katie, at that time, was Shannon’s six month old daughter. My Katie will be 11 at the end of the month. I still tell Shannon Jarad married her to get Katie. She’s a Daddy’s girl. But that’s how I got my husband too. I had two and he wanted them. His mother still isn’t happy with that. Oh Well.

          • ObozoMustGo

            grammy…. now it’s getting wierd. I have a son named Jarad. Same spelling. My mistress is Shannon and her best friend is Katie….. well, just kidding about the mistress part….. hehehehehehe….. but she is a good friend and Katie is one of her best friends. Strange parallels, eh?

            Have a nice evening, grammy!

            “There has never been a day in the past 4 years that I have been proud to be this President’s Vice President” – Joe Biden at a campaign rally November 2, 2012

    • jarheadgene

      All Taxes, by nature are a form of RE-Distribution. Be a good American…pay your taxes.

      • ObozoMustGo

        Gene, in the very most broad sense, you are right. But in economic terms, you’re not really. You see, when I a guy signs up to be soldier, he’s trading his time in exchange for something that we deem valuable — national defense. We get something for his service. Contrast that to when money is taken from me and is used to buy an Obozophone and pay for cell service for people in Cleveland that are not providing any value to the society at large. Clearly, example #1 is NOT redistributionist, but example #2 IS redistributionist. You understand this, Gene. You’re just trying to obfuscate in order to avoid the obvious. And that is, the pic I posted is spot on accurate.

        Have a nice day!

        “You can only confiscate the wealth that exists at a given moment. You cannot confiscate future wealth — and that future wealth is less likely to be produced when people see that it is going to be confiscated.” – Thomas Sowell

        • grammyjill

          Actually that cell phone program was started by Bush in his last year in office. Someone was just trying to piss you off. And it’s actually run by the states So, wrong again buddy.

          • ObozoMustGo

            grammy… wrong again, you are. The program was actually started by Reagan, and it was originally set up to assist with landline services for people is very rural areas where none existed at the time. The point was to give them access to emergency services if needed. It remained that way until Obozo. The program has gone from a cost of around $33 million when it started and remained relatively constant until Obozo came into office. Under him, the program has been expanded to include cell phones and has ballooned to well over $1 BILLION that those of us who work must pay for so those that don’t get something. The federal government has absolutely NO authority under the Constitution to do this kind of crap.

            Have a nice day!

            “Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.” – Alexis de Tocqueville

          • grammyjill

            Well dear, when the constitution was written, they were still useing pony express. And I’ll tell you, I don’t work anymore. I’d like to but I’m up against 3 doctors and a husband. I got broken AT WORK 17 years ago. Yes, I do get disability, a big 378.00 per month. It took 7 years to get that and they call me in for testing every three years to see if I suddenly got better even though my doctors and their doctors said I’m stuck like this for life. And other than my meger disability, I get nothing else. No foodstamps, no phone, nothing. Yes, I do qualify for all of it, but I feel there is probably someone else who needs it more. So, alot of your right wing rantings are just wrong. I’d go back to work in a heartbeat if they’d let me.

          • ObozoMustGo

            grammy… for those of you that are legitimately out of the work force, you are being robbed by those who are committing fraud. And fraudalent workers disability claims and all other forms of welfare are rife with fraud. If you have read all my other posts on here (and there’s lots) you will have seen my statements that I apply my concepts of reduced public assistance to those that are BOTH able bodied and able minded. If you are able bodied and able minded and you don’t work, you should not eat. If you are not able to work, you should be dealt with better than you are, but there’s only so much of everyone else’s money to go around, you see. And those who are scamming are stealing from you. I’m sorry to hear that you are injured. I’ll pray for you.

            Have a nice night, grammy!

            “The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.” ― Alexis de Tocqueville

          • grammyjill

            Yes, there are many that try to scam the system. I know a few, and turn them in. But right now there are many that ended Bush’s term with nothing left. I agree that things need to change and it would have been alot further along if the House had passed the Jobs Act and the infrastructure bill. I don’t think they will have any choise with the infrastructure bill now. NY and NJ need to be rebuilt. Lots of jobs there. Un fortunally it snowed alot there the past couple days. Sucks to try building in the winter.  Fixing the roads is going to be tough. As for me, I do ok.  We moved in with my parents 6 years ago because they are 83 and 80 and needed help. Mother is an invalid and Dad had to have open heart surgery. He’s better now so come spring I think we will move. We live on a three season porch in NH. Getting cold! And I’m too old for this shit!

          • ObozoMustGo

            ouch! NH is always cold……… except for those 3 days in July… 🙂 God bless your mom and dad and you also for being there with them. Mine are getting on in years, too, and my mother is in the developing stages of dimensia just like her mom was. It’s hard talking to her because she says the same things over multiple times and each time it’s like it’s the first time she told me whatever it was. I would advise you, grammy, that living outdoors in NH in the winter is probably not a very good idea. I wish I was there to help you.

            God bless, and have a nice day, grammy! Here’s a funny quote for you.

            “It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            Yea, it gets cold here, but I’m use to it. Lived here most of my life. Lived in FL for three years. Felt safer here. Pretty low crime rate here. Five murders in ten years is pretty good. Where I lived in FL Five in one day was pretty good. And crooks don’t like going out in bad weather any more than anyone else does. Dimensia can be tough. Runs in my Dad’s family. My grandmother had it and now my aunt has it. Luckily my Dad is still all there. But let your Mom repeat all she wants. What counts is she still knows who you are. When that part goes it’s really hard. My Mom is going through some kind of brain thing that the doctors haven’t figured out yet. She feels like she is floating near the ceiling and the colors of the walls and what is in the room is totally different. I told her we could change the room to her vision then she would see what is really there. I like her colors better anyway. Anyway, got to go rescue the husband. He’s working on the youngests car and needs tools he hasn’t got with him. Talk to you later.

          • ObozoMustGo

            Have a nice weekend, grammy. Stay warm.

            “One way to make sure crime doesn’t pay would be to let the government run it.” – Ronald Reagan

          • grammyjill

            Anothjer great quote!  Have a great weekend!

    • Kansan

      That would be “Uncle Tom” Sowell.

      • ObozoMustGo

        KS… that would be “Uncle Tom” because he doesn’t think like you believe a person should think based on the color of his skin?

        Look at that. In 6 simple words, you have revealed yourself as the racist bigot that you are. Thank you!

        Have a nice day!

        “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.” –Joe Biden on Barack Obama

        • grammyjill

          Are you going to cry all day wednesday when Romney looses?

        • Kansan

          You ought to get out of your mom’s basement, Tardheel, and take a shower. You’re disgusting, a real scumsucker: Homophobic, misogynistic, racist, fascistic, narcissistic, medacious and probably larcenous.

          Stop flaking off. You’ve posted here 3,000 times in six months. That’s 500 times a month, 17 times a day, once every waking hour, on average. Why don’t you try instead to do something useful?

          Maybe if you went out and picked up aluminum cans, you wouldn’t have to tap your mom for rolling papers and Bugler money. You’d deservedly die quicker and at least clean up some of the debris you and your fellow rednecks throw out the windows of their pickups.

          You need to get out of the house and vote 12 times, once for each one of your first cousins, boys and girls, who have banged you.

    • You are the real cartoon of the day bozo.

  • TVulgaris

    Sorry, this isn’t amusing, or particularly apropos, because the problem is not that the MONEY controls the vote (except that the most suspect voting hardware is controlled by large corporations), but that far too many voters simply don’t care enough/think rationally enough/have the capacity to expend on this travesty past the everyday struggle for survival.
    Or perhaps their employers are threatening them to force their vote in a particular manner (and someone really should come up with some specific numbers of incidence of this…and then arrest, prosecute, convict, and jail those employers)

  • Well, we will see if the ordinary people speak or corporation’s big money.

  • All that money would do a lot for the hurricane victims. But the rich don’t care about you, after all they got rich by overcharging you.

  • YepThatTell

    How I will enjoy knowing that the Kochs, Adelson , Rove et al WASTED their millions!!!!!
    And that they will KNOW IT.

  • Kansan

    That’s quite a comment, Tardheel, coming from a racist, homophobic, Islamophobe, worthless ranter drooling in his mom’s basement while cutting and pasting endlessly.

    You’ve posted to this site over 3,000 times in the last six months or so. It appears you’re hear trolling all day, every day. Can’t you find something better to do? Have you tried picking up aluminum cans so that you won’t still need allowance money for Bugler and rolling papers?