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luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 09:44 AM
So if the gov't shuts down as a result of Harry Reid and the dums will a tax refund be delayed. I'm not done fine tuning my return but send it now and maybe loose a few bucks or wait and then god knows when I will get back my stolen money?
What would you do?

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 09:59 AM
So if the gov't shuts down as a result of Harry Reid and the dums will a tax refund be delayed. I'm not done fine tuning my return but send it now and maybe loose a few bucks or wait and then god knows when I will get back my stolen money?
What would you do?

Why don't you ask your Tea Bag Republican Congressmen, they seem intent on shutting down the Government.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAigo1QFNgM

Uncle Bill
04-02-2011, 10:03 AM
If you do it electronically, as my tax preparer says is now mandatory by his profession, it doesn't take but a couple of weeks.

Being retired and not doing much to make any income, my long range losses and previous tax offsets added up to a whopping $26 "REFUND" this year. Almost caused a heart attack. Haven't had one of those for so long, I'd forgotten that was an option.;)

UB

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 10:12 AM
If you do it electronically, as my tax preparer says is now mandatory by his profession, it doesn't take but a couple of weeks.

Being retired and not doing much to make any income, my long range losses and previous tax offsets added up to a whopping $26 "REFUND" this year. Almost caused a heart attack. Haven't had one of those for so long, I'd forgotten that was an option.;)

UB
Right now they will shut down on FRiday. That means my money will be held hostage. Worst part of all of this is that I know how much we need stolen per paycheck but can't get the correct amount stolen for 2 reasons.
1. Total idiot that doesn't know what they are doing, classify income wrong, and have fought with the bimbo fo 5 years.
2. Tax witholding rules. I pushed it to the limit based on the idiot not knowing the rules but can't go any further without triggering an auto audit.

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 10:14 AM
Why don't you ask your Tea Bag Republican Congressmen, they seem intent on shutting down the Government.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAigo1QFNgM


Bull crap. Why not ask Harry Reid ( cowboy poetry reader).:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

Uncle Bill
04-02-2011, 10:22 AM
Why don't you ask your Tea Bag Republican Congressmen, they seem intent on shutting down the Government.



Your inane STUPIDITY continues to piss me off. You are without question the single most pathetic human being I've ever encountered. Your asinine ignorance is one thing, but your slander of the Tea Party grass roots REAL AMERICANS is beyond the pale.

If any politicians are intent on shutting down this government, it's your party of braying donkeys that just can't see how they are killing this nation. With enablers like you to bolster their spending, they just continue to drive this country into disaster.

I recognize it's the plan of those smary bastards like Shumer to put the blame on the Republicans when the liberal/socialist/communist/unionist party doesn't pass ANY budget proposal, which causes the shutdown. And only blind idiots like yourself can't recognize who's at fault.:rolleyes:

I'm in total favor of having this federal government shutdown for as long as it will take for all the teat-suckers like you to start squeeling. Once all the freebie money and handouts dry up, even you might realize WE ARE BROKE!!! THERE IS NO MORE TO BE "GIVEN" TO ALL YOU SFN HAYSEEDS!

If the Tea Party doesn't succeed in 2012, by electing fiscal responsible representives to run this nation, and get it back to some semblence of believability, you can bend over and kiss your posterior goodby, chad-counter. In the meantime, you can kiss mine.:cool:

UB

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 10:59 AM
Your inane STUPIDITY continues to piss me off. You are without question the single most pathetic human being I've ever encountered. Your asinine ignorance is one thing, but your slander of the Tea Party grass roots REAL AMERICANS is beyond the pale.

If any politicians are intent on shutting down this government, it's your party of braying donkeys that just can't see how they are killing this nation. With enablers like you to bolster their spending, they just continue to drive this country into disaster.

I recognize it's the plan of those smary bastards like Shumer to put the blame on the Republicans when the liberal/socialist/communist/unionist party doesn't pass ANY budget proposal, which causes the shutdown. And only blind idiots like yourself can't recognize who's at fault.:rolleyes:

I'm in total favor of having this federal government shutdown for as long as it will take for all the teat-suckers like you to start squeeling. Once all the freebie money and handouts dry up, even you might realize WE ARE BROKE!!! THERE IS NO MORE TO BE "GIVEN" TO ALL YOU SFN HAYSEEDS!

If the Tea Party doesn't succeed in 2012, by electing fiscal responsible representives to run this nation, and get it back to some semblence of believability, you can bend over and kiss your posterior goodby, chad-counter. In the meantime, you can kiss mine.:cool:

UB
Where was all your fiscal responsibility talk when Bush took us on the road to trillions in debt????????????? Now you want the Democrats to bail us out like Clinton did when he handed a balanced budget over to the Bush administration. :confused:

Friday, April 1, 2011

Tea Party Calls for Government Shutdown (http://bungalowbillscw.blogspot.com/2011/04/tea-party-calls-for-government-shutdown.html)


If $33 billion in spending cuts is all the American people are going to get in a compromise with the Democrats--SHUT DOWN THE GOVERNMENT. I Boehner concedes and compromises to keep the government open, he will prove yet again the Republican establishment is no friend to the Tea Party. The Tea Party fired the warning shots.

“They say if we go to a government shutdown, we need to make sure that everyone knows it’s the tea party’s fault,” Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin said, characterizing the Democratic strategy to the crowd.

She was met with shouts of “Yeah, that’s right, it is!” and “Shut it down!” before she was able to finish, saying, “A government shutdown is Congress’s fault!”

I would be shouting along with those Tea Party patriots. Shut it down. If Republicans concede and keep the government running in exchange for a meager $33 billion in cuts, the Republicans will need to be shown the door in 2012 for real Tea Party candidates.
http://bungalowbillscw.blogspot.com/2011/04/tea-party-calls-for-government-shutdown.html

Uncle Bill
04-02-2011, 12:00 PM
Ah yes the famous Clinton 'balanced' budget you mental midgets are so fond of referencing. As I recall, Clinton was held in check by a REPUBLICAN house that held the purse strings. But how easily numbskulls like you forget that bit of history.

As a further reminder, which I'm certain you have completely forgotten, because you don't want to acknowledge the truth...Pelosi and her fellow braying donkeys took over the purse strings about the time you want to excoriate Bush about all that spending.

How about your butt-bumping buddy Barnie and his corrupted Fannie...who he probably didn't prefer, due to his peckadillos...opting for his fav, Freddie. Don't imagine you could explain how their corrupt handling of that fiasco caused a monetary collapse.

You'll only see what your jaded views want you to see, Roger. And should this nation continue along the Obama path to ruin, I hope you look in the mirror and have the balls to fess up to your part in this destruction.

UB

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 12:09 PM
Ah yes the famous Clinton 'balanced' budget you mental midgets are so fond of referencing. As I recall, Clinton was held in check by a REPUBLICAN house that held the purse strings. But how easily numbskulls like you forget that bit of history.

As a further reminder, which I'm certain you have completely forgotten, because you don't want to acknowledge the truth...Pelosi and her fellow braying donkeys took over the purse strings about the time you want to excoriate Bush about all that spending.

How about your butt-bumping buddy Barnie and his corrupted Fannie...who he probably didn't prefer, due to his peckadillos...opting for his fav, Freddie. Don't imagine you could explain how their corrupt handling of that fiasco caused a monetary collapse.

You'll only see what your jaded views want you to see, Roger. And should this nation continue along the Obama path to ruin, I hope you look in the mirror and have the balls to fess up to your part in this destruction.

UB

If you don't remember, I will remind you. When the budgets were brought up in the Republican controlled Presidency and Congress there was no mention of funding for the 2 wars Bush and the Republican Congress started. Obama included the cost of the wars in his budget to Congress and the Democratic Congress gave Bush everything he asked for but it came back and bit him in the a$$.

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 01:09 PM
Roger,
Your man crush on Bumface is unbelievable. Why can't you see he is spending money we do not have?
Barney BUtt bumble and Chris Dodd ae very much responsible fo most of this mess.
Do you not see Barney's responsibilty in all this mess because you have a secret thing for him?

dnf777
04-02-2011, 01:16 PM
Right now they will shut down on FRiday. That means my money will be held hostage. Worst part of all of this is that I know how much we need stolen per paycheck but can't get the correct amount stolen for 2 reasons.
1. Total idiot that doesn't know what they are doing, classify income wrong, and have fought with the bimbo fo 5 years.
2. Tax witholding rules. I pushed it to the limit based on the idiot not knowing the rules but can't go any further without triggering an auto audit.

I thought you might donate your refund to paying for your favorite President's Iraq war. You know, the guy who had to add another digit to our national debt counter? I doubt Boehner and crew will really shut things down. Newt has probably told them how well that worked out for him last time they pulled that stunt.

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 01:30 PM
Roger,
Your man crush on Bumface is unbelievable. Why can't you see he is spending money we do not have?
Barney BUtt bumble and Chris Dodd ae very much responsible fo most of this mess.
Do you not see Barney's responsibilty in all this mess because you have a secret thing for him?

What I cannot understand is the "mess" was brought on by the Republican President and Republican Congress and you cannot put that responsibility where the responsibility is due. If you remember right, Bush wanted the minorities to be able to own a home. If you want I can post a reference to that. If you think that Fanny and Freddie were broke, the Bush administration had 6 years to fix it and they chose to do nothing about it. The facts are, Bush was handed a balanced budget and when he handed the Country off to Obama we were trillions in debt, people were losing their jobs and homes, we were headed for a sure depression and that does not get fixed overnight. The priorities of the Obama administration were to keep the Country from going into a depression, to get the Country back on its feet and get the people back to work. Again, this does not happen overnight and we seem to be on the right track. No, I do not like the spending but I am not an economist either. If money has to be spent to put people back to work so be it. One thing I do know, Tax cuts do not help bring the debt down. Neither do paying farmers not to grow crops and the earmarks need to be taken away until the spending is under control.

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 01:33 PM
I thought you might donate your refund to paying for your favorite President's Iraq war. You know, the guy who had to add another digit to our national debt counter? I doubt Boehner and crew will really shut things down. Newt has probably told them how well that worked out for him last time they pulled that stunt.

BUsh was not my favorite president but he is a thousand times better than BUmface. Let's not forget the DUMS controled congress the last 2 yeas of his admin. Less gooberment is better.. If anything I'm a libertarian.

ZERO redistribution of wealth!

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 01:37 PM
remember right, Bush wanted the minorities to be able to own a home. If you want I can post a reference to that. .

That crap started with Carter blackmailing the banks and you darn well know it.:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

huntinman
04-02-2011, 01:44 PM
Why don't you ask your Tea Bag Republican Congressmen, they seem intent on shutting down the Government.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAigo1QFNgM

Roger, you sound like a disgusting filthy old man talking about TEA BAGGING all the time. Can't you get your mind off Obama for just a few minutes?

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 01:50 PM
That crap started with Carter blackmailing the banks and you darn well know it.:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

In the last 30 years the Republicans held the Presidency for 20 of those years. The only time the budget has been balanced was under Bill Clinton who I did not vote for.;-)

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 02:08 PM
Roger, you sound like a disgusting filthy old man talking about TEA BAGGING all the time. Can't you get your mind off Obama for just a few minutes?

Got to hand it to you, if someone does not agree with you first thing you go to is name calling. It is a shame Chris isn't strictly enforcing the be civil or be banned rule.;-)

huntinman
04-02-2011, 02:20 PM
Got to hand it to you, if someone does not agree with you first thing you go to is name calling. It is a shame Chris isn't strictly enforcing the be civil or be banned rule.;-)

Tell me what your intent is with the TEA BAG term Roger. Be Honest for a change.

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 03:18 PM
Tell me what your intent is with the TEA BAG term Roger. Be Honest for a change.

The evolution of the word 'tea bagger'

Tea Party activists are outraged by the revelation that Obama once used the term "tea baggers" to describe them. But the coinage wasn't always considered an insult...


Was President Obama speaking derogatively when he referred to the Tea Party as "tea baggers"? That's the topic of some debate after a review of Jonathan Alter's book, The Promise: President Obama, Year One, revealed that Obama used the term in November 2009 (http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2010/05/president-obama-gop-opposition-to-stimulus-helped-to-create-the-teabaggers.html). The grassroots movement didn't always consider "tea bagger" a slur: Early Tea Partiers innocently embraced the term

http://theweek.com/article/index/202620/the-evolution-of-the-word-tea-bagger

I was referring to the tea baggers as those belonging to the tea party movement.

huntinman
04-02-2011, 03:47 PM
The evolution of the word 'tea bagger'

Tea Party activists are outraged by the revelation that Obama once used the term "tea baggers" to describe them. But the coinage wasn't always considered an insult...


Was President Obama speaking derogatively when he referred to the Tea Party as "tea baggers"? That's the topic of some debate after a review of Jonathan Alter's book, The Promise: President Obama, Year One, revealed that Obama used the term in November 2009 (http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2010/05/president-obama-gop-opposition-to-stimulus-helped-to-create-the-teabaggers.html). The grassroots movement didn't always consider "tea bagger" a slur: Early Tea Partiers innocently embraced the term

http://theweek.com/article/index/202620/the-evolution-of-the-word-tea-bagger

I was referring to the tea baggers as those belonging to the tea party movement.

That is total bullcrap and I knew you would come up with some lame explanation. Everyone in the free world knows it is a derogatory term, including you.

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 03:52 PM
That is total bullcrap and I knew you would come up with some lame explanation. Everyone in the free worl know it is a derogatory term, including you.

As you said, I am old and I do not keep up with urban language. I will not refer to that term again. I honestly had no idea that tea bagger was a degrogratory term. Bachman was carring a tea bag around when she was in the upper east coast a few weeks ago. But you and several others on here have made derogeratory remarks on other threads not only to me but to others that do not share your extreeme right wing views.

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 04:20 PM
Ah yes the famous Clinton 'balanced' budget you mental midgets are so fond of referencing. As I recall, Clinton was held in check by a REPUBLICAN house that held the purse strings. But how easily numbskulls like you forget that bit of history.

As a further reminder, which I'm certain you have completely forgotten, because you don't want to acknowledge the truth...Pelosi and her fellow braying donkeys took over the purse strings about the time you want to excoriate Bush about all that spending.

How about your butt-bumping buddy Barnie and his corrupted Fannie...who he probably didn't prefer, due to his peckadillos...opting for his fav, Freddie. Don't imagine you could explain how their corrupt handling of that fiasco caused a monetary collapse.

You'll only see what your jaded views want you to see, Roger. And should this nation continue along the Obama path to ruin, I hope you look in the mirror and have the balls to fess up to your part in this destruction.

UB

As I recall, the Republicans held Congress from 1995 to 2007 which at anytime they could have re written Fanny or Freddie. I believe it takes more than 2 people to pass laws through Congress.;-)

Uncle Bill
04-02-2011, 05:50 PM
You probably won't do this, Roger, BUT in an attempt at providing you with some TRUTHFUL information, rather than that propaganda you fill your head with from those Huffing-Puffing folks, here's an address concerning what the Bush administration wanted to get through your Democratically held congress.

http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/showthread.php?t=611644


I think this was in 2005...was that early enough for you? and BTW, here's what your role model had to say about it:

''These two entities -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- are not facing any kind of financial crisis,'' said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee. ''The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.''




This will probably be painful for you to acknowledge, but isn't it time for you to deal with facts for a change?

UB

Roger Perry
04-02-2011, 06:17 PM
You probably won't do this, Roger, BUT in an attempt at providing you with some TRUTHFUL information, rather than that propaganda you fill your head with from those Huffing-Puffing folks, here's an address concerning what the Bush administration wanted to get through your Democratically held congress.

http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/showthread.php?t=611644


I think this was in 2005...was that early enough for you? and BTW, here's what your role model had to say about it:

''These two entities -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- are not facing any kind of financial crisis,'' said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee. ''The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.''




This will probably be painful for you to acknowledge, but isn't it time for you to deal with facts for a change?

UB

Here ya go Bill-----
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkAtUq0OJ68

"Actually Reagan policies are directly responsible for all of our financial problems today. Clinton didn't help, but until the parasites in the top 5% stop getting a unhealthy share of the wealth labor creates, then we will continue to have problems. It's Republican's socialistic transfer of wealth from most of us to the top thats is causing all of our problems now. The last time the gap was so high we had a great depression, which was caused by the same Republican policies."


http://s.ytimg.com/yt/img/pixel-vfl3z5WfW.gif
"or in other words let the banks loan as much as possible to anyone who walks in the door and the first time home buyer can have a house BETTER than everybody else, at least until that adjustable rate kicks in and they can't keep up with the payments. Wait, what if millions of people do that all at the same time? Oh... I get it."

These were a few comments made after Bush's speech.

Uncle Bill
04-02-2011, 06:42 PM
I'm sorry for wasting the time of readers to this thread. I knew you were an idiot with no redeeming qualities, and yet I stooped to your level in an attempt to better inform you. I ignored my first rule of dealing with morons. My mistake.

You only want to live in your little chad-filled socialist community, and keep your head in the sand. Have at it. As you continue to proffer your socialistic views, and fail to recognize the possible ramifications and consequences, I urge you to start today to develope a speech you can tell your offspring when they ask the inevitable question of "WHY?"

UB

dnf777
04-02-2011, 06:53 PM
BUsh was not my favorite president but he is a thousand times better than BUmface. Let's not forget the DUMS controled congress the last 2 yeas of his admin. Less gooberment is better.. If anything I'm a libertarian.

ZERO redistribution of wealth!

Just wondering how you feel about paying taxes, while GE didn't pay anything, despite billions in net profits in 2010? Ever feel like maybe YOU are paying taxes for THEM? Redistributing wealth from YOUR pocket to THEIRS?

dnf777
04-02-2011, 06:56 PM
That is total bullcrap and I knew you would come up with some lame explanation. Everyone in the free world knows it is a derogatory term, including you.

How about this guy? Are you calling him lame as well?

http://i982.photobucket.com/albums/ae306/dnf777/proud-teabagger.png

Sorry, but you guys picked that name, not your opponents!

road kill
04-02-2011, 07:31 PM
The term "Tea Bagger" is offensive.
There is no excuse for using it, none.

It is a derogatory slang term having a definition in based sexual inuendo.

Tea bag (sexual act)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to:
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A woman performing ******** on a man's *******, To tea bag is a slang term for the act of a man placing his ******* in the mouth of a sexual partner. The practice resembles dipping a tea bag into a cup of tea when it is done in a repeated in-and-out motion. As a form of non-penetrative sex, it can be done for its own enjoyment or as foreplay.



To pretend anything else is intellectually dishonest.
If by some 1 in a million chance someone was not aware of this well known fact, consider yourself now informed.


RK

huntinman
04-02-2011, 07:54 PM
How about this guy? Are you calling him lame as well?

http://i982.photobucket.com/albums/ae306/dnf777/proud-teabagger.png

Sorry, but you guys picked that name, not your opponents!



Little Rog, you have used that same phote several times. Probably a lib plant, just like the phony racist signs at the tea party rallies. I'm not calling him lame, but I am calling the term "tea bagger" lame. And anyone here who uses it will be called out for using it. You know better.

dnf777
04-02-2011, 08:05 PM
Little Rog, you have used that same phote several times. Probably a lib plant, just like the phony racist signs at the tea party rallies. I'm not calling him lame, but I am calling the term "tea bagger" lame. And anyone here who uses it will be called out for using it. You know better.

Lame? How about YOUR name calling. I have not called you one name, yet you choose to persist.

At 6-2, 235, not many people call me little, anyway. At least not to my face, but like much of the kennel rage here, I doubt you would say that in person! ;)

Have a nice weekend. Warmer weather is on the way.

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 08:25 PM
Just wondering how you feel about paying taxes, while GE didn't pay anything, despite billions in net profits in 2010? Ever feel like maybe YOU are paying taxes for THEM? Redistributing wealth from YOUR pocket to THEIRS?

Yeah, the DUMS just gave them 36.6 million dollars in the healthcare bill.
NO I do not agree with that.

dnf777
04-02-2011, 08:33 PM
Yeah, the DUMS just gave them 36.6 million dollars in the healthcare bill.
NO I do not agree with that.

If they were taxed at the rate you and I were, 36 million would seem a laughable amount!! You just don't get it, do you?

And just for grins, how 'bout splainin' where you get that number, anyway?

And I didn't resort to name calling. Is that totally necessary? If you make good points against the democrats, there should be no need to call names. Your arguments will speak for themselves.

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 08:57 PM
If they were taxed at the rate you and I were, 36 million would seem a laughable amount!! You just don't get it, do you?

And just for grins, how 'bout splainin' where you get that number, anyway?

And I didn't resort to name calling. Is that totally necessary? If you make good points against the democrats, there should be no need to call names. Your arguments will speak for themselves.

NO, you are the one that does not get it. GE owned NBC and used NBC to get the DUMS elected for their benefit.
BY the way all democrats and their policies are DUM so DUMOCAT is an accurate term.

dnf777
04-02-2011, 09:01 PM
BY the way all democrats and their policies are DUM so DUMOCAT is an accurate term.


Like I said, if you make good points against the democrats, there should be no need to call names. Your arguments will speak for themselves. You've made your argument perfectly clear. :cool:

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 09:04 PM
Here is the full breakdown of all companies and how much to date they have been given from the early retiree provision in Obomacare.
You will notice my source is from the govt.
Unlike Roger I do not pull facts out of the air.

http://cciio.cms.gov/resources/files/errp_progress_report_3_31_11.pdf

dnf777
04-02-2011, 09:36 PM
Here is the full breakdown of all companies and how much to date they have been given from the early retiree provision in Obomacare.
You will notice my source is from the govt.
Unlike Roger I do not pull facts out of the air.

http://cciio.cms.gov/resources/files/errp_progress_report_3_31_11.pdf

No, but you must have missed this part:

ERRP payments cannot be used as general revenue by the group health plan that provides early retiree benefits, or the employer or union that sponsors it. ERRP payments must be used to reduce or offset increases in plan participantsí costs, to offset increases in employersí costs to provide coverage, or both. Program payments are thus targeted to encourage plans to continue providing coverage to early retirees and their families, and all ERRP payments to date are being used to make coverage more affordable.

This isn't being diverted to PAC funding or contributions.

luvmylabs23139
04-02-2011, 09:52 PM
No, but you must have missed this part:

ERRP payments cannot be used as general revenue by the group health plan that provides early retiree benefits, or the employer or union that sponsors it. ERRP payments must be used to reduce or offset increases in plan participantsí costs, to offset increases in employersí costs to provide coverage, or both. Program payments are thus targeted to encourage plans to continue providing coverage to early retirees and their families, and all ERRP payments to date are being used to make coverage more affordable.

This isn't being diverted to PAC funding or contributions.


I didn't miss the important point. The dums gave this money to GE. THIS IS TAXPAYER MONEY. Courtesy of OBUMMACARE.

huntinman
04-02-2011, 10:59 PM
Lame? How about YOUR name calling. I have not called you one name, yet you choose to persist.

At 6-2, 235, not many people call me little, anyway. At least not to my face, but like much of the kennel rage here, I doubt you would say that in person! ;)

Have a nice weekend. Warmer weather is on the way.

Well here's a little tribute to all 6'2" 235lbs of well whatever...


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Even on a slow day
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Chat with two women at one time
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dnf777
04-03-2011, 06:00 AM
I didn't miss the important point. The dums gave this money to GE. THIS IS TAXPAYER MONEY. Courtesy of OBUMMACARE.


Like I said, if you make good points against the democrats, there should be no need to call names. Your arguments will speak for themselves. You've made your argument perfectly clear. :cool:
__________________

dnf777
04-03-2011, 06:03 AM
Well here's a little tribute to all 6'2" 235lbs of well whatever...






Chat with two women at one time
Iím so much cooler online
Yeah, Iím cooler online
Iím so much cooler online
Yeah, Iím cooler online

Yeah, Iím cooler online

Yeah, Iíll see ya online, DNF777...out


Ok, big Mr. pose with dead deer man, you win that one!

Ah, death by country music song......outwitted by superior intellect again! DRAT!
:D:D

huntinman
04-03-2011, 08:25 AM
Ok, big Mr. pose with dead deer man, you win that one!

Ah, death by country music song......outwitted by superior intellect again! DRAT!
:D:D

Thank ya... Thank ya very much. Wasn't that hard to do;-)

luvmylabs23139
04-03-2011, 09:05 AM
Like I said, if you make good points against the democrats, there should be no need to call names. Your arguments will speak for themselves. You've made your argument perfectly clear. :cool:
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So are you defending the federal gov't giving GE 36.6 million dollars as a result of Obomacare?:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

dnf777
04-03-2011, 10:26 AM
So are you defending the federal gov't giving GE 36.6 million dollars as a result of Obomacare?:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

Well, rather than being idealistic, let's look at this from a pragmatic point of view. By allowing GE to early retire folks who opt for it, it opens up new jobs. Also, those folks can have the health care coverage they would normally have if they kept working, rather than get MUCH more of your tax dollars when they declare bankruptcy and go on medicaide for lack of insurance. They don't lose their houses, and further depress the housing market.

Is it a circuitous handout to the corporation? Probably yes. But so is excusing taxes on 50 billion in global profits due to clever book keeping and loop holes. Now I'm getting idealistic.

What would YOU rather see that 36 million to towards? More corporate charity in the form of tax cuts for global corporations......or ensuring a healthy comfortable retirement for an American family who's worked for 20+ years? Feel free to answer in the pragmatic sense...or idealistic. For me, both answers would be the same.

Oh, another option......we could lob three dozen more tomahawks at Tripoli. That should take all of half an hour.

luvmylabs23139
04-03-2011, 10:41 AM
Well, rather than being idealistic, let's look at this from a pragmatic point of view. By allowing GE to early retire folks who opt for it, it opens up new jobs. Also, those folks can have the health care coverage they would normally have if they kept working, rather than get MUCH more of your tax dollars when they declare bankruptcy and go on medicaide for lack of insurance. They don't lose their houses, and further depress the housing market.

Is it a circuitous handout to the corporation? Probably yes. But so is excusing taxes on 50 billion in global profits due to clever book keeping and loop holes. Now I'm getting idealistic.

What would YOU rather see that 36 million to towards? More corporate charity in the form of tax cuts for global corporations......or ensuring a healthy comfortable retirement for an American family who's worked for 20+ years? Feel free to answer in the pragmatic sense...or idealistic. For me, both answers would be the same.

Oh, another option......we could lob three dozen more tomahawks at Tripoli. That should take all of half an hour.

Anyone that opts for early retirement should not expect someone else to pay for it. As a taxpayer I do not want to pay for someone to stay home whether it is due to early retirement or welfare. 20 years puts someone in their early 40's. No I do not think I should pay for someone to retire long before DH and I are planning to. Do you want to pay for someone to retire while you are still working at the same age?
With 4 billion in profits GE can pay the bill.
I started working at 16. According to you I should have been able to retire at 36 and the taxpayers should pick up the bill.

dnf777
04-03-2011, 10:48 AM
Anyone that opts for early retirement should not expect someone else to pay for it. As a taxpayer I do not want to pay for someone to stay home whether it is due to early retirement or welfare. 20 years puts someone in their early 40's. No I do not think I should pay for someone to retire long before DH and I are planning to. Do you want to pay for someone to retire while you are still working at the same age?
With 4 billion in profits GE can pay the bill.
I started working at 16. According to you I should have been able to retire at 36 and the taxpayers should pick up the bill.

And they can pay their TAX BILL too!

Thank you!


Do you see the irony in your comments? You have you hackles up about $36 million, but have no problem with $3.78 billion! That's a hypocrisy factor of 100x!!!

luvmylabs23139
04-03-2011, 11:09 AM
And they can pay their TAX BILL too!

Thank you!


Do you see the irony in your comments? You have you hackles up about $36 million, but have no problem with $3.78 billion! That's a hypocrisy factor of 100x!!!

I never said I did not have a problem with them not paying taxes.
However I have zero problem with them using the tax code to it's fullest.
Any indivdual or corporation should.
The issues are in the tax law itself.

luvmylabs23139
04-03-2011, 11:14 AM
Let me add to that. I have a huge problem with people who have kids having a negative tax liabilty and getting money from the real taxpayers.
That actually pisses me off a miliion times more than GE
Don't breed if you won't feed and I damn well should not have to PAY FOR IT

Roger Perry
04-03-2011, 11:51 AM
Let me add to that. I have a huge problem with people who have kids having a negative tax liabilty and getting money from the real taxpayers.
That actually pisses me off a miliion times more than GE
Don't breed if you won't feed and I damn well should not have to PAY FOR IT

There are thousands of teenage pregnacies each and every year yet parents do not want to have their children taught sex education at school. Most Republicans are against legal abortion. Of course they all could follow Sarah Palin's lead and and teach their children abstinatism, that worked real well for Bristol didn't it?

dnf777
04-03-2011, 12:31 PM
I never said I did not have a problem with them not paying taxes.
However I have zero problem with them using the tax code to it's fullest.
Any indivdual or corporation should.
The issues are in the tax law itself.

I think we've come full circle on this issue, and can actually agree on the above. The tax laws need a changin'......I know I take full advantage of all legal means to lower my taxable income, as does everyone else here.

Franco
04-03-2011, 01:11 PM
There are thousands of teenage pregnacies each and every year yet parents do not want to have their children taught sex education at school. Most Republicans are against legal abortion. Of course they all could follow Sarah Palin's lead and and teach their children abstinatism, that worked real well for Bristol didn't it?


You just can't pass up an opportunity to take a cheap shot, can you?

What in the hell does thier situation have anything remotely to do with this thread's topic?

Roger Perry
04-03-2011, 02:12 PM
You just can't pass up an opportunity to take a cheap shot, can you?

What in the hell does thier situation have anything remotely to do with this thread's topic?

I was responding to luv's comment about her not wanting to pay for other people's kids and I gave an example of how well abstinence works what's wrong with that????????????

Franco
04-03-2011, 02:22 PM
I was responding to luv's comment about her not wanting to pay for other people's kids and I gave an example of how well abstinence works what's wrong with that????????????

How about the fact one has zero to do with the other.

You just can't control yourself when it comes to Bush and Palin fantasies. I'm no Palin or Bush fan but, you have some kind of codependency with them.

Your cheap shot at Palin and her family is not healthy.

Roger Perry
04-03-2011, 02:43 PM
How about the fact one has zero to do with the other.

You just can't control yourself when it comes to Bush and Palin fantasies. I'm no Palin or Bush fan but, you have some kind of codependency with them.

Your cheap shot at Palin and her family is not healthy.

Why, what better educators or role models of abstinence than Sarah and Bristol.??????????

Abstinence education advocate and teen mom Bristol Palin inks Morrow book deal


Bristol Palin, an advocate of abstinence education over comprehensive sex education, is back in the headlines today after signing a contract with Harper Collins imprint Morrow to publish her memoir Not Afraid of Life.

http://www.examiner.com/sex-education-in-national/abstinence-education-advocate-and-teen-mom-britol-palin-inks-book-deal

luvmylabs23139
04-03-2011, 09:52 PM
I think we've come full circle on this issue, and can actually agree on the above. The tax laws need a changin'......I know I take full advantage of all legal means to lower my taxable income, as does everyone else here.


I had a tax proffessor many years ago who was retired from the IRS. He told our class that if you or the company you are working for is not getting audited at least once every 5 years you must not be maximizing your deductions. Personally, I'm willing to miss a few to aviod an audit.

Julie R.
04-04-2011, 07:39 AM
I was responding to luv's comment about her not wanting to pay for other people's kids and I gave an example of how well abstinence works what's wrong with that????????????

How about this, since the discussion was never about abstinence... We the taxpayers, aren't paying for Bristol Palin's child, she is not receiving a govt. check every month! And it's especially offensive coming from someone who is firmly fastened to the public teat himself.

luvmylabs23139
04-04-2011, 08:19 AM
I was responding to luv's comment about her not wanting to pay for other people's kids and I gave an example of how well abstinence works what's wrong with that????????????

Roger,
I never stated any opinion on sex education. Why make a statement that may well have nothing to do with my opinion on that subject?:rolleyes:
You do not know how I feel about the subject other than what I have stated.
What I have said is that I should not pay for anyone elses kids.
If you can't afford them don't breed them. That does not mean that I am against teaching birth control. It means that POP IT OUT PAY FOR IT!