Republicans vs Working Americans

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    The republicans give tax cuts to the rich and the big corporations while at the same time they attack average working people.  The republicans are also waging war against our environment, education, minorities, veterans and the elderly. One can only imagine how pathetic it must feel to be a republican these days. No wonder rightwingers are so greedy and mean spirited. They depend upon lunatics like Rush, Hannity, and Beck (The Grim Weeper) for their daily propaganda sessions.
     
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    By and large, Republicans are average "working" Americans, of every race and creed.

    The Democratic Party by contrast consists to a large extent, of leeches, those that feed at the public trough, and dont fend for themselves...want something they havent earned themselves. Trial lawyers, public employees, radical special interest groups...
    Public employee unions exist solely to fund Democrat campaigns, and ensure their overpaid payroll patriots dont have to work very hard, if at all...
     
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    [QUOTE]By and large, Republicans are average "working" Americans, of every race and creed. The Democratic Party by contrast consists to a large extent, of leeches, those that feed at the public trough, and dont fend for themselves...want something they havent earned themselves. Trial lawyers, public employees, radical special interest groups... Public employee unions exist solely to fund Democrat campaigns, and ensure their overpaid payroll patriots dont have to work very hard, if at all...
    Posted by BobinVa[/QUOTE]
    Another nonsensical rant from BobinVA! 
     
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    [QUOTE]The republicans give tax cuts to the rich and the big corporations while at the same time they attack average working people.  The republicans are also waging war against our environment, education, minorities, veterans and the elderly. One can only imagine how pathetic it must feel to be a republican these days. No wonder rightwingers are so greedy and mean spirited. They depend upon lunatics like Rush, Hannity, and Beck (The Grim Weeper) for their daily propaganda sessions.
    Posted by AlleyCatBruin[/QUOTE]

    AlleyCatSkank, you ARE delusional, aren't you!  Republicans actually have REAL jobs and don't depend on the government for a check, food stamps, and free health care.  Republicans pay the taxes, Democrats mooch off of those taxes.  Ever notice how Democrats always seem to be free during the week to stage a violent, hate-filled protest or two?  Not Republicans, they're hard at work making a living and paying their taxes.

    You've apparently replaced drinking the DNC Kool-Aid with a full IV drip 24 hours a day!  Just another loony lefty dragging this country down.
     
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    Republicans ARE the working Americans.

    The democrats are lazy gimmie people and thugish union members.
     
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    [QUOTE]Republicans ARE the working Americans. The democrats are lazy gimmie people and thugish union members.
    Posted by skeeter20[/QUOTE]
    Scooter is off his meds again. Perhaps he should move to Canada for free Prozac?
     
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    It is ironic that alley cat has a picture in his icon of Bush as a king, when the real emperor by action is the freedom limiting, money diluting, safety ignoring Obama.
     
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    Democrats are nothing more than closet Marxist.Free money to people that have 15 kids and 15 different fathers deserve nothing.
     
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    [QUOTE]It is ironic that alley cat has a picture in his icon of Bush as a king, when the real emperor by action is the freedom limiting, money diluting, safety ignoring Obama.
    Posted by skeeter20[/QUOTE]
    Boosh was the Boy King. He and Darth Vader Cheney left this country in a mess that will take years to clean up. Canada has your Prozac prescription ready, Scooter:).....
     
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    For some odd reason, republicans think they are the ones that work and liberals are lazy and look for a handout.

    Odd.

    They certainly live in fantasy land.  They must be watching Fox News and getting informed with baseless facts.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans : Boosh was the Boy King. He and Darth Vader Cheney left this country in a mess that will take years to clean up. Canada has your Prozac prescription ready, Scooter:).....
    Posted by AlleyCatBruin[/QUOTE]

    Bush left this country in a mess?  Lest you forget that things were running pretty smoothly with 4.5-5% unemployment until Pelosi, Reid & Co. too control of Congress in 2006, then it all hit the fan.  You can thank the Democrats for the hole they've dug for us and generations to come.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans : Bush left this country in a mess?  Lest you forget that things were running pretty smoothly with 4.5-5% unemployment until Pelosi, Reid & Co. too control of Congress in 2006, then it all hit the fan.  You can thank the Democrats for the hole they've dug for us and generations to come.
    Posted by Beltway[/QUOTE]

    I geuss you missed the news. The debt did not appear magically the night of the election. Just so you understand. However the Bush administration did appoint several people who are still under investigation for their "management" of the laws of this country.  The Bush admin owns this mess.
     
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    [QUOTE]For some odd reason, republicans think they are the ones that work and liberals are lazy and look for a handout. Odd. They certainly live in fantasy land.  They must be watching Fox News and getting informed with baseless facts.
    Posted by Subcritical[/QUOTE]

    I guess what is happening is Wisconsin goes right by you.  Maybe you are part of the government elite looking for more money for less work.
     
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    Alleycat does nothing but counter everyone's arguments with insults. Proof that she has nothing to back up her BS.
     
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    In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans : I geuss you missed the news. The debt did not appear magically the night of the election. Just so you understand. However the Bush administration did appoint several people who are still under investigation for their "management" of the laws of this country.  The Bush admin owns this mess.
    Posted by topaz978[/QUOTE]

    You apparently are clueless as to how our form of government works.  Not surprising based on some of your assertions.  The Congress, not the President, controls the purse strings in this country.  Funny how the national debt didn't balloon until Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and their Democrat friends took control of Congress. 

    Not to mention the Democrats did everything they could to prevent any oversight of FannieMae and FreddieMac.  The Bush Administration highlighted the potential for the mortgage banking collapse starting in April 2001 and continued to push for reforms.  But, guys and girls like Chris Dodd (D) and Barney Frank (D) kept burying the issue in committee.  The most preposterous statement coming from Barney Frank just three weeks before the collapse was that FannieMae and FreddieMac were financially sound.  What a moron he is.  His fingerprints are all over the economic collapse we find ourselves in.  And his party has managed to spend trillions of dollars to "fix it", but they've failed again. 

    The Democrats put us in this situation, no doubt about it.  Their messiah, with all those community organizing skills, can't seem to get us out of the ditch Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barney Frank drove our economy into.  It looks like things are finally turning around now that Republicans control the House.  We're finally starting to see some positive signs and fiscal responsibility. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Alleycat does nothing but counter everyone's arguments with insults. Proof that she has nothing to back up her BS.
    Posted by WIIN12AM[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, but you have to give her/him/it points for being consistent.  Even if the consistent aspect is proving to be only capable of hate-filled attacks.
     
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    Odd, the repubs, independents, and tea partiers are the working, and might I add, the Taxpaying segment of society. 48% of the population pays no federal income tax--these are the progs and libs mostly and if one views voter demographics across parties, you will find a glaring disparity between demos and the others. Demos are well advanced in the area ignorance and minimal education. Demos have the advantage in HS dropouts, low but biased standardized test scores, and poor work performance. Furthermore they hold the record in food stamp recipients (43 million now on stamps), subsidized housing, utilities, and the rest of the handouts. They should really consider changing the party name from democrat to the non-productive or parasite crowd versus the taxpayer party.
     
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    [QUOTE] They should really consider changing the party name from democrat to the non-productive or parasite crowd versus the taxpayer party.
    Posted by Goright[/QUOTE]

    I vote for switching it from Democrats to Parasites, that seems aptly descriptive of that crowd.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans :  Their messiah, with all those community organizing skills, can't seem to get us out of the ditch Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barney Frank drove our economy into.  It looks like things are finally turning around now that Republicans control the House.  We're finally starting to see some positive signs and fiscal responsibility. 
    Posted by Beltway[/QUOTE]
    I find it amusing that you fail to mention George "DUHbya" Bush, Chest Pains Cheney and the republican do nothing congress that held the majority for 6 years during Bush's reign of error. As if the republicans had nothing to do with the budget deficits. You watch too much Faux News, Beltway.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans : I find it amusing that you fail to mention George "DUHbya" Bush, Chest Pains Cheney and the republican do nothing congress that held the majority for 6 years during Bush's reign of error. As if the republicans had nothing to do with the budget deficits. You watch too much Faux News, Beltway.
    Posted by AlleyCatBruin[/QUOTE]

    Are you on drugs?  When the Republicans controlled Congress during the Bush Administration unemployment was between 4.5%-5%.  Homeownership was at record highs.  The economy was growing.  The stock market solid. 

    As soon as Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid became the Congressional leaders, this country sank like a rock.  Then Obama joined the tribe and we've been sinking further ever since.  Together the Demoncrats teamed up to bury future generations in debt by tripling the national debt.  Obama has yet to balance a budget and is about to rack up the year with another $1.4 trillion deficit to add to our already staggering debt, thanks to him. 

    Add to this entire mess that welfare entitlement program called Obama-care that is yet another multi-trillion dollar drain on the taxpayers.  Obama & Co. outright lied to the American public about it being defict neutral.  

    Now that this junk legislation was passed by the then Demoncratic majority, suddenly we're finding out the Obama-care math just doesn't add up.  Moronic Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, now reveals that $500 billion in supposed savings was double counted.  Then we're told the cost of the $300-$500 billion "doctor fix" was conveniently left out of the equation when the CBO did it's analysis on how this debacle would impact the deficit and national debt.

    Obama has pushed his Socialist agenda without ANY regard to what it would cost the working middle class taxpayers.  If that weren't bad enough, he's now granted over 1000 waivers to several states and his Socialist buddies over at the unions.  Funny how the unions pushed for this Socialist program.....but they sure don't want to have to pay into it.  Between these waivers reducing the revenues Obama assured us would help pay for Obama-care and the costs he purposely hid from the American people, Obama-care has set us on yet another unsustainable path to financial ruin.  Typical Demoncrat.       
     
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    To those who consider themselves republicans today, you have been left at the train station by a small group of evil fascists who have hijacked your party. The Main Street Republicans of the ilk of Bob Dole, Chafee, even Prescott Bush are gone for at least one election cycle. After the next election when the neo-cons get their hat handed to them, the moderate Republicans will be able to come out of hiding and join the Democrats do what is right for our country again. The neo-cons of today live in a bubble and are sheltered from what the real people of this country go through day after day. To those fools who choose to defend them on this thread, you are either rich or delusional. If you are not rich, you are in for a real eye opener when the GOP shuts down the government or tries to default on our country's loans. Remember that Democrats write checks with our money to pay bills and the neo-cons just write HOT CHECKS and skip out of town.

    Semper Fi.

    PS - Skeeter20, here's a Bronx cheer for you.
     
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    Hey beltway,
    You are right. When the republicans ran things it was pure bread and circus. Cheap money then. Crash later. Give everyone a credit card against their home and roll all those poor suckers into the ditch when the bill came due. The repukes really know how to run an economy straight to he double tooth picks just so the bailout gives them cover. So blame the democrat for the fantasy good times.
     
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    [QUOTE]Hey beltway, You are right. When the republicans ran things it was pure bread and circus. Cheap money then. Crash later. Give everyone a credit card against their home and roll all those poor suckers into the ditch when the bill came due. The repukes really know how to run an economy straight to he double tooth picks just so the bailout gives them cover. So blame the democrat for the fantasy good times.
    Posted by topaz978[/QUOTE]

    topa978, stop lying...if that's possible.  Is this your latest stab at revisionist history? 

    It wasn't the Republicans that gave people a credit card against their homes, it was guys like Chris Dodd, Barney Frank and the rest of the income redistributing Communists...I mean Democrats.  It was their social engineering that led to the mortgage banking meltdown.  It was the Democrats that encouraged....no, FORCED banks to lend money to minorities for homes despite their inability to EVER be able to make the mortgage payments.  These are the same guys that then criticized the banks for making the very risky loans that Dodd and Frank forced them to make.  Frank even whispered in their ears that they shouldn't worry about it if they experience a high default rate on these otherwise bogus mortgages, because Fannie and Freddie and ultimately the U.S. taxpayers would basically indemnify them.   

    The Democrats, through FannieMae and FreddieMac allowed minorities to obtain mortgages with no money down and, in some cases, borrow 125% of the value of the home.  All without any income verification.  They set these poor people up for failure by building a house of cards only Bernie Madoff can admire.  All because they wanted to get their votes by promising them the American dream without giving them the jobs, the skills, the tools and the knowledge to be successful.  The Democrats were no better than any other predatory lender.  The Democrats used and abused these poor people and sucked them into their scheme....just like they do with all their other welfare handout programs.  You can't just keep giving people handouts and still leave them helpless trying to sustain a quality of life you've never given them the tools for.  It's the old saying, do you keep giving them fish, or teach them to fish so they can have the dignity of taking care of themselves?  

    The sad irony of this all is that they very people idiots like Dodd and Frank said they were helping out have become the most devastated victims.  Nice going geniuses!    
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans : Are you on drugs?  When the Republicans controlled Congress during the Bush Administration unemployment was between 4.5%-5%.  Homeownership was at record highs.  The economy was growing.  The stock market solid.  As soon as Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid became the Congressional leaders, this country sank like a rock.  Then Obama joined the tribe and we've been sinking further ever since.  Together the Demoncrats teamed up to bury future generations in debt by tripling the national debt.  Obama has yet to balance a budget and is about to rack up the year with another $1.4 trillion deficit to add to our already staggering debt, thanks to him.  Add to this entire mess that welfare entitlement program called Obama-care that is yet another multi-trillion dollar drain on the taxpayers.  Obama & Co. outright lied to the American public about it being defict neutral.   Now that this junk legislation was passed by the then Demoncratic majority, suddenly we're finding out the Obama-care math just doesn't add up.  Moronic Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, now reveals that $500 billion in supposed savings was double counted.  Then we're told the cost of the $300-$500 billion "doctor fix" was conveniently left out of the equation when the CBO did it's analysis on how this debacle would impact the deficit and national debt. Obama has pushed his Socialist agenda without ANY regard to what it would cost the working middle class taxpayers.  If that weren't bad enough, he's now granted over 1000 waivers to several states and his Socialist buddies over at the unions.  Funny how the unions pushed for this Socialist program.....but they sure don't want to have to pay into it.  Between these waivers reducing the revenues Obama assured us would help pay for Obama-care and the costs he purposely hid from the American people, Obama-care has set us on yet another unsustainable path to financial ruin.  Typical Demoncrat.       
    Posted by Beltway[/QUOTE]
    Beltway, you need to quit watching the Christian Broadcast Network for your news. The fact is that this country had a balanced budget and was paying down the debt until your moronic hero, Bunnypants Bush came along. He got us back in to deficit spending with his tax cuts for the rich and big oil, and with his wars for oil.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Republicans vs Working Americans : Beltway, you need to quit watching the Christian Broadcast Network for your news. The fact is that this country had a balanced budget and was paying down the debt until your moronic hero, Bunnypants Bush came along. He got us back in to deficit spending with his tax cuts for the rich and big oil, and with his wars for oil.
    Posted by AlleyCatBruin[/QUOTE]

    War for oil?  Sure.  Why don't you explain to me why then, if the war was for oil, we would up spending />$4 for a gallon of gas, instead of oh let's use a nice even number like 30 cents?  How about why we are still over there?  Must still be for oil, right? 
     

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