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(Washington Times)   Ted Nugent's plan to save us from "Fedzillacrats"? Kill SS, Medicare and Medicaid, raise taxes on the poorest 50%, and revoke the right to vote for anyone on welfare. In other news, someone still pays Ted Nugent to express opinions on things   (washingtontimes.com) divider line 247
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2012-12-04 09:26:56 PM  

x23: tick tock ted.

only have 4 months before you have to keep your promise to us all. don't pussy out on us.


Motherf**ker's going to shiat his pants.
 
2012-12-04 09:29:57 PM  

thepostess: LargeCanine: require those who sign up also sign a waiver of their adulthood so they can't vote and a gov't appointed parent is assigned to be their guardian.

Wait, what?!

There's a sure sign of "Smaller Government".


There are some people who legitimately need help. A guardian can arrange aid, make sure bills are paid, make sure welfare is not being misused and teach life skills.

If welfare infantilizes people, perhaps its a good idea to teach them to be adults.
 
2012-12-04 09:30:38 PM  

SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.


My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.
 
2012-12-04 09:31:28 PM  

jso2897: LargeCanine: Privatize Social Security for those under 55, simply buy private insurance for medicaid and medicare people like Switzerland does via block grants to states, eliminate all income taxes and introduce national sales tax so everyone pays including nonprofits and churches, consolodate all the dozens of welfare agencies into one program and require those who sign up also sign a waiver of their adulthood so they can't vote and a gov't appointed parent is assigned to be their guardian.

And fire all cops and close all prisons, releasing the inmates. It's all just psychological welfare for sacred white people, and I can't afford the tax burden anymore. Why shouild I pay to protect your soft, pale ass? Protect your own self - that's why we got a second amendment.


Agumentum ad absurdum
 
2012-12-04 09:32:17 PM  

Kevin72: Kevin72: Ted Nugent as you've never seen him before: come for the long hair, stay for the ruffles.

Forget the link from me and my Android. Youtube search for Journey to the Center of the Mind for the hippie in ruffles.

 
2012-12-04 09:35:50 PM  

LargeCanine: thepostess: LargeCanine: require those who sign up also sign a waiver of their adulthood so they can't vote and a gov't appointed parent is assigned to be their guardian.

Wait, what?!

There's a sure sign of "Smaller Government".

There are some people who legitimately need help. A guardian can arrange aid, make sure bills are paid, make sure welfare is not being misused and teach life skills.

If welfare infantilizes people, perhaps its a good idea to teach them to be adults.


WHO picks the guardians? And Who pays the financial cost of this stunning example of overreaching of authority? The cost/benefit ratio doesn't seem like it would be worth it. Not everyone who receives assistance needs a farking babysitter. What a colossal waste, FFS
 
2012-12-04 09:42:32 PM  

GAT_00: And the GOP reverse-Robin Hood continues. Steal from the poor to give to the rich, that is the GOP economic plan.


Oh, I'll agree with what Teddy wants. Of course then I want copyright returned to it's original term. I also think that then there will have to be inescapable war taxes that will hit the "rich" the hardest to pay for that awesome military. I could go on, but the first one would probably cause Ted to have a massive stroke.
 
2012-12-04 09:43:51 PM  

LargeCanine: jso2897: LargeCanine: Privatize Social Security for those under 55, simply buy private insurance for medicaid and medicare people like Switzerland does via block grants to states, eliminate all income taxes and introduce national sales tax so everyone pays including nonprofits and churches, consolodate all the dozens of welfare agencies into one program and require those who sign up also sign a waiver of their adulthood so they can't vote and a gov't appointed parent is assigned to be their guardian.

And fire all cops and close all prisons, releasing the inmates. It's all just psychological welfare for sacred white people, and I can't afford the tax burden anymore. Why shouild I pay to protect your soft, pale ass? Protect your own self - that's why we got a second amendment.

Agumentum ad absurdum


We were already there.
 
2012-12-04 09:44:03 PM  

thepostess: LargeCanine: thepostess: LargeCanine: require those who sign up also sign a waiver of their adulthood so they can't vote and a gov't appointed parent is assigned to be their guardian.

Wait, what?!

There's a sure sign of "Smaller Government".

There are some people who legitimately need help. A guardian can arrange aid, make sure bills are paid, make sure welfare is not being misused and teach life skills.

If welfare infantilizes people, perhaps its a good idea to teach them to be adults.

WHO picks the guardians? And Who pays the financial cost of this stunning example of overreaching of authority? The cost/benefit ratio doesn't seem like it would be worth it. Not everyone who receives assistance needs a farking babysitter. What a colossal waste, FFS


There are already have social workers paid by the gov't. We spend enormous amounts of money on welfare, much of it wasted with duplicate programs and overhead, a great deal more on people who really are not in need. The point of consolidating is to save money, rationalize services and simply the effort. A Guardian would be responsible for the individual dependant, seeing to it that needs are met and working to get people off welfare. They are not babysitters.
 
2012-12-04 09:48:57 PM  

DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.


I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.
 
2012-12-04 09:52:04 PM  
I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.
 
2012-12-04 09:55:33 PM  
As a welfare queen I want everyone to know I have a solid gold toilet that is paid for by the hard working tax payers who are complete suckers. Additionally I have 13 children by 13 different fathers and each one of them brings in 10,000 dollars an hour from those working class joes on Wall Street who are slaving away at their desks, just barely able to feed their families. Now if you will excuse me I need to be at the welfare office in 26 minutes where I will get a huge check which I will use to purchase some diamond rims for my dope ride.
 
2012-12-04 09:56:59 PM  
What we need is a Ted Nugent countdown clock.
Something like this

/heh
 
2012-12-04 09:57:20 PM  
I put this in the comments on the link, but it looks like the admin(s) deleted it. So, I'll just leave it here.

So, according to Ted, my mother, who worked low paying jobs for 35 years, raised 2 kids on her own, and would still be working today if she weren't disabled from severe rheumatoid arthritis should be cut off from her SSI (that she paid into for those 35 years) and welfare, left with no income whatsoever, and lose her right to vote. You know what, Ted? F*ck you. Oh, and you're a "Motown guitar slayer"? biatch, please....
 
2012-12-04 09:57:58 PM  

vegasj: I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.


really? and when the capital classes figure out they don't have to worry about the proles voting against them if they hold the economy(their jobs) hostage? You thought "vote for X or it will be bad for our company" was sketchy, imagine giving them not only a quasi legal way to do that, but a way to ensure their opposition can't vote at all.

what then? This idea that a person has no worth unless they have wealth, and then denying them opportunity to make it, is twisted.

Soon there will be a time when there simply is not enough human necessary labor to go around, what then? do we dig holes and fill them in everyday just to justify living?
 
2012-12-04 09:59:26 PM  

LargeCanine: We spend enormous amounts of money on welfare, much of it wasted with duplicate programs and overhead, a great deal more on people who really are not in need.


Citation needed.
 
2012-12-04 10:02:01 PM  

vegasj: I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.


Republicans would never win an election. There's plenty of welfare the redcoats receive but don't know they receive. The big ones are in the form of Medicare and Medicaid rural and disproportionate share programs, S-CHIP, and farm subsidies. I'm fully in favor of eliminating these programs for the redcoat states temporarily. It's the only way they are going to come to the realize just how much they rely on the rest of the country for support. As it stands now, the redcoats believe they are out there on their own. Let them have a taste of being truly on their own. Let them eat cake for awhile.
 
2012-12-04 10:02:55 PM  
I guess the County Fair circuit has run out so Ted has to fart out another editorial.
 
2012-12-04 10:03:23 PM  

SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.


I'd say something Cincy needs is a new bridge before the Brent Spence collapses.
 
2012-12-04 10:03:40 PM  
So he purposes that the working class are the ones who gets to vote, this seems fair, I mean if the workers are the ones that are paying the taxes and basically keeps the government working, you could say it's the workers who control the government since they are the ones casting the votes at that point. Maybe workers of a certain field could ban together, like say farmers or steelworkers, perhaps they can form some sort of "workers council" where these workers vote for a group of individuals directly to the government to ensure their voice is heard. Of course the term workers council is kinda sloppy, we should find a simpler term that fits in to a nice sound bite for the digital age, maybe we can use the Russian term...soviet.
 
2012-12-04 10:05:30 PM  

Elmo Jones: What we need is a Ted Nugent countdown clock.
Something like this

/heh


+1
 
2012-12-04 10:10:05 PM  

dennysgod: So he purposes that the working class are the ones who gets to vote, this seems fair, I mean if the workers are the ones that are paying the taxes and basically keeps the government working, you could say it's the workers who control the government since they are the ones casting the votes at that point. Maybe workers of a certain field could ban together, like say farmers or steelworkers, perhaps they can form some sort of "workers council" where these workers vote for a group of individuals directly to the government to ensure their voice is heard. Of course the term workers council is kinda sloppy, we should find a simpler term that fits in to a nice sound bite for the digital age, maybe we can use the Russian term...soviet.


I liked this until the end when it was given away. Should have dragged it out a bit more and tried to see who would catch on. If you had cut off the last sentence it would have been perfect.
 
2012-12-04 10:19:10 PM  

dustman81: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I'd say something Cincy needs is a new bridge before the Brent Spence collapses.


it's not in danger of collapse, it's too narrow for the lanes they have painted on it. the shoulders are half as wide as they should be, it's just not big enough for the traffic. a new bridge is going to up, but it's a cluster fark. They want to make it a toll bridge, I heard ohio wants to get out of paying for the bulk of it (KY owns all the bridges afaik), etc. they say it won't be done until 2020 or later. fark that shiat. light rail. the answer to the bridge problem is to reduce the amount of cars that go over it.
 
2012-12-04 10:27:33 PM  

SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.


I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four five to six hours a day. I really, really hate Kasich.
 
2012-12-04 10:32:21 PM  

DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four five to six hours a day. I real ...


yea, these "tax credit" deals are farking up everything. It's like having a china in the south. And these tax deals hardly work out for the governments that offer them. it's like taxpayer funding for stadiums. It's why I have to drive all the fark way out to the suburbs for work, because warren county gave companies a bunch of nebulous "tax credits" (that they mostly sold for cash).
 
2012-12-04 10:32:56 PM  

DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four five to six hours a day. I real ...


oh, and what industry are you in? cincy is growing again.
 
2012-12-04 10:33:21 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Somacandra: [i.imgur.com image 584x311]

Gotta give props. This man doesn't just fark his chicken. He farks it, punches it, farks it in the ass and then farks his own ass with the lifeless remains.

And then fries it for dinner

/original recipe


With ONIONS.

/Onion article is parody.
 
2012-12-04 10:38:11 PM  

Gyrfalcon: mittromneysdog: sammyk: browneye: When you get to this level of crazy, they either desperately need to stop taking drugs or desperately need to start taking them.

By all accounts he has been drug free his entire life. The dude doesn't even drink. Someone needs some LSD in their coffee.

I was thinking something more along the lines of haloperidol.

F*ck that. Use arsenic.


I second that motion
 
2012-12-04 10:44:51 PM  

IlGreven: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Somacandra: [i.imgur.com image 584x311]

Gotta give props. This man doesn't just fark his chicken. He farks it, punches it, farks it in the ass and then farks his own ass with the lifeless remains.

And then fries it for dinner

/original recipe

With ONIONS.

/Onion article is parody.


I know... what's your point?

/if Turd isn't bound by reality, why should I limit my insults to the merely factual?
 
2012-12-04 10:56:17 PM  

SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four five to six hours a day. ...


I'm a technical writer, editor, and training developer. I know that's a lot of hats, but I have been really thankful for all of them. I haven't really looked in Cincinnati because of I-75. Of course, most of the work is supposed to be finished by the end of 2013. I still would prefer to take a train. On a train, the time is yours. Every minute behind a wheel is stolen time to me.
 
Ab3
2012-12-04 10:57:25 PM  
Ok... I am hearing from some places when Ted's name comes up that the pants crapping story was false that he was 4-f due to hearing.

Any truth to day?

I prefer to think of him as a chicken hawk but...
 
2012-12-04 11:02:39 PM  

DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four five to six hours ...


You a family man? if not, then downtown or NKY might be an option. (you can raise a family downtown, but lots of people don't want to, so I ask). Kroger's HQ is here, as is Procter and Gamble, Macy's etc. We have the new casino opening next year, and have some startups going on too.

I know being upside down on the home sucks, but your time is worth more than that. I don't have any solutions, but maybe rent it? what about those federal programs to help out mortgages in that situation?
 
2012-12-04 11:07:28 PM  
So, when is this dude going to die or be in jail?

I'm anxiously awaiting results.
 
2012-12-04 11:08:37 PM  

SuperT: vegasj: I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.

really? and when the capital classes figure out they don't have to worry about the proles voting against them if they hold the economy(their jobs) hostage? You thought "vote for X or it will be bad for our company" was sketchy, imagine giving them not only a quasi legal way to do that, but a way to ensure their opposition can't vote at all.

what then? This idea that a person has no worth unless they have wealth, and then denying them opportunity to make it, is twisted.

Soon there will be a time when there simply is not enough human necessary labor to go around, what then? do we dig holes and fill them in everyday just to justify living?


and that is any better than people voting for those that give the poor more entitlements & welfare how?

Doc Lee: vegasj: I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.

Republicans would never win an election. There's plenty of welfare the redcoats receive but don't know they receive. The big ones are in the form of Medicare and Medicaid rural and disproportionate share programs, S-CHIP, and farm subsidies. I'm fully in favor of eliminating these programs for the redcoat states temporarily. It's the only way they are going to come to the realize just how much they rely on the rest of the country for support. As it stands now, the redcoats believe they are out there on their own. Let them have a taste of being truly on their own. Let them eat cake for awhile.

Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.



With Democrats being the majority on welfare & Government handouts... how would this be?

 
2012-12-04 11:17:00 PM  

vegasj: SuperT: vegasj: I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.

really? and when the capital classes figure out they don't have to worry about the proles voting against them if they hold the economy(their jobs) hostage? You thought "vote for X or it will be bad for our company" was sketchy, imagine giving them not only a quasi legal way to do that, but a way to ensure their opposition can't vote at all.

what then? This idea that a person has no worth unless they have wealth, and then denying them opportunity to make it, is twisted.

Soon there will be a time when there simply is not enough human necessary labor to go around, what then? do we dig holes and fill them in everyday just to justify living?

and that is any better than people voting for those that give the poor more entitlements & welfare how?

Doc Lee: vegasj: I agree on the no voting if you are on welfare...

the rest I'm not sure about.

Republicans would never win an election. There's plenty of welfare the redcoats receive but don't know they receive. The big ones are in the form of Medicare and Medicaid rural and disproportionate share programs, S-CHIP, and farm subsidies. I'm fully in favor of eliminating these programs for the redcoat states temporarily. It's the only way they are going to come to the realize just how much they rely on the rest of the country for support. As it stands now, the redcoats believe they are out there on their own. Let them have a taste of being truly on their own. Let them eat cake for awhile.

Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.
Republicans would never win an election.


With Democrats being the majority on welfare & Government handouts... how would this be?


how is it better? are you serious? fark you, move to somallia already you shiat bag.

I'm sure you think you're some sort of super galt, self made Übermensch, well, prove it. Go live somewhere without the support structure of a society. You really think cutting the poor getting welfare is going to fix anything, you have no sense of scale. If you think the poor are the only ones who get welfare, you have no sense period. Entitlements? fark you, my grandfather fought for this country, was his VA care after being wounded in combat an entitlement? he paid into medicare and SS his entire working life, so have I. Is using something you paid for an entitlement? if so, fark you, you piece of shiat.
 
2012-12-04 11:18:48 PM  
Ted who?
 
2012-12-04 11:19:26 PM  
 
2012-12-04 11:21:29 PM  

SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four five to six ...


Thanks for the heads up on those.
 
2012-12-04 11:22:03 PM  

Three Crooked Squirrels: cameroncrazy1984: vernonFL: I thought Ted would have moved to Canada or killed himself if Obama won.

Too bad.

Wait, didn't he say something along those lines? Or am I confusing him with another coward.

Ted Nugent Countdown Clock


Let's not beat around the bush. What he meant was that he was going to make an attempt on the President's life. He's either going to be dead - because the Secret Service would have gotten him during the attempt -or- he's going to be successful and they arrested him.

Personally, I just wish that he kills himself.
 
2012-12-04 11:24:21 PM  

vegasj: With Democrats being the majority on welfare & Government handouts... how would this be?


You're not very bright, are you?
 
2012-12-04 11:26:17 PM  

DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: DeaH: SuperT: Donnchadha: Three Crooked Squirrels: No American on welfare should have the right to vote for tax increases on those Americans who are working and paying taxes to support them. That's insane.

Americans on welfare get to vote for tax increases? I don't have that right. Lucky Duckies.

A lot of local taxes are voted on by the public -- California is the famous example of this. They vote on any state imposed tax, which never passes, because who votes FOR a tax? and then they wonder why they have no money.

When I lived in florida we voted for and passed a tax in alachua county to build a new courthouse. Of course it never went away after the courthouse was built.

we also voted for a hi-speed rail line, that never went anywhere.

My retired Senator, Voinovich (R-Old School), fought like hell to pass that. He won, too. Then our new governor, Kasich (R-eally good example of the assholes who've taken over the party), fought like hell to keep it out of our states. He did posses enough brass to ask if he could keep the money for roads. Kasich has a lot of buddies in road construction.

I live downtown cinci now. (well, newport, but basically downtown, closer to the ballparks than most of OTR.) the last thing we need is more roads. the first thing we need is a real subway system following the interstates. but you know, that would be growth for the inner city and vitality for the whole area. can't have that.

I live in Dayton. We lost our last Fortune 500 company to Georgia (they offered $100 million in tax credits if NCR would move their WHQ to Georgia - and a heliport for the president who will continue to live in Manhattan). The high-speed rail from Cincy-Dayton-Columbus-Cleavland would have really helped those of us who had to stay because our homes were upside-down. I've been lucky enough to do remote contracts, but I think I am going to have to take something in mid-town Columbus. I am going to be on the road four fiv ...



no problem. Cincy is coming back, we need good people to move here. And to the city too, not the boonies ;)
 
2012-12-04 11:26:25 PM  

SuperT: I'm sure you think you're some sort of super galt, self made Übermensch, well, prove it. Go live somewhere without the support structure of a society. You really think cutting the poor getting welfare is going to fix anything, you have no sense of scale. If you think the poor are the only ones who get welfare, you have no sense period. Entitlements? fark you, my grandfather fought for this country, was his VA care after being wounded in combat an entitlement? he paid into medicare and SS his entire working life, so have I. Is using something you paid for an entitlement? if so, fark you, you piece of shiat.


1st, You should calm the fark down spanky.

You are not the only one with a grandfather who fought for the country. Mine did too, actually... all farking 4 of them. My mom's dad, dad's dad, step dad's dad, & step mom's dad. Also uncles have served, 1 of them did 3 tours in Nam... once drafted, then he went back TWICE because he still had friends over there. So, fark you on that.

2nd, WHERE THE FARK DID I SAY CUT OFF ENTITLEMENTS??

I said if ON welfare, no vote... I agreed with that. When people can vote themselves the politician who offers more welfare, they will win by default & will always win as long as they can offer up more handouts.

3rd, who the fark are you calling a piece of shiat you little snot nosed douchebag cum guzzler? You don't know me.
 
2012-12-04 11:28:11 PM  

vegasj: 1st, You should calm the fark down spanky.


vegasj: 3rd, who the fark are you calling a piece of shiat you little snot nosed douchebag cum guzzler? You don't know me.


LULZ!

You mad bro?
 
2012-12-04 11:29:04 PM  

Fart_Machine: vegasj: With Democrats being the majority on welfare & Government handouts... how would this be?

You're not very bright, are you?


Very actually. I just read that wrong. Been up for 22 hrs now & I'm heading to bed.

Hey SuperT, I read that wrong... I thought you typed 'republicans would win every election' & hit quote, copy and pasted... yadda yadda.

You're still a snot nosed douchebag cum guzzler

 
2012-12-04 11:29:33 PM  

vegasj: SuperT: I'm sure you think you're some sort of super galt, self made Übermensch, well, prove it. Go live somewhere without the support structure of a society. You really think cutting the poor getting welfare is going to fix anything, you have no sense of scale. If you think the poor are the only ones who get welfare, you have no sense period. Entitlements? fark you, my grandfather fought for this country, was his VA care after being wounded in combat an entitlement? he paid into medicare and SS his entire working life, so have I. Is using something you paid for an entitlement? if so, fark you, you piece of shiat.

1st, You should calm the fark down spanky.

You are not the only one with a grandfather who fought for the country. Mine did too, actually... all farking 4 of them. My mom's dad, dad's dad, step dad's dad, & step mom's dad. Also uncles have served, 1 of them did 3 tours in Nam... once drafted, then he went back TWICE because he still had friends over there. So, fark you on that.

2nd, WHERE THE FARK DID I SAY CUT OFF ENTITLEMENTS??

I said if ON welfare, no vote... I agreed with that. When people can vote themselves the politician who offers more welfare, they will win by default & will always win as long as they can offer up more handouts.

3rd, who the fark are you calling a piece of shiat you little snot nosed douchebag cum guzzler? You don't know me.


You're a piece of shiat because you're intellectually dishonest. What do you think the last 30 years were if not handouts to the already rich?

you're a traitor to the america your family fought for.
 
2012-12-04 11:30:14 PM  

Fart_Machine: You mad bro?



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2012-12-04 11:32:15 PM  

SuperT: You're a piece of shiat because you're intellectually dishonest. What do you think the last 30 years were if not handouts to the already rich?

you're a traitor to the america your family fought for.


hahaha... never been called a traitor, that's a good on... wait, that's 'rich'.

you still didn't answer my question, where did I say cut off entitlements?

 
2012-12-04 11:37:56 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Keizer_Ghidorah: beta_plus: Corvus: beta_plus: Krieghund: beta_plus: //This is what the French actually believe

The French can't hear you, they're busy with their 5 weeks of vacation and 35 hour work weeks.

You have an interesting idea of what's a vacation:

[blogs.reuters.com image 300x234]

I went to France during the rioting. It was wonderful. They had armed police on many corners. Felt more safe than most of the time in most cities in the US. My wife and I walked alone everywhere.

You are an idiot who has no farking idea what you are talking.

OOOOH! Look at me! I went on a Eurail trip and saw all the historic preserved European downtowns while ignoring their poor suburbs so that makes me an expert on all of the countries that I went to because there is no way class and racial divisions in other countries could differ from America!!

But don't worry, you really are an expert on all that is "European", because we all know the Champs Ellysee is exactly like a Banlieue.

Just wondering: Are you just butt hurt that you got called out on how you don't like living among the poor or are you really that stupid? I'm invoking Poe's law here.

And BTW - So you think a racist police state is the way to run things. Well, at least you are willing to show your true liberal face - I'll give you that.

LIBS LIBS LIBS LIBS LIBS LIBS LIBS!

Try looking at the world with your own eyes, listening with your own ears, and thinking with your own brain once in a while.

Can't use what you don't have.


Oh so much delicious tears of liberal butt hurt on being called out on your ignorance of your precious Europe.

Pro-Tip: Sweden & France != All of Europe
Extra Pro-Tip: Your fantasy of Sweden & France != The reality of Sweden & France

/You know what your precious Europe gave the world?
//Ethnic Cleansing, Concentration Camps, and Genocide - and the Godwin kind was just a certain flavor! They have much more than 31 of them!
///Nothing more European than a mile long train full of people to be gassed!
 
2012-12-04 11:44:47 PM  

beta_plus: Oh so much delicious tears of liberal butt hurt on being called out on your ignorance of your precious Europe.

Pro-Tip: Sweden & France != All of Europe
Extra Pro-Tip: Your fantasy of Sweden & France != The reality of Sweden & France

/You know what your precious Europe gave the world?
//Ethnic Cleansing, Concentration Camps, and Genocide - and the Godwin kind was just a certain flavor! They have much more than 31 of them!
///Nothing more European than a mile long train full of people to be gassed!


The fark are you talking about? I was speaking in general. Stop worshiping Rush, Hannity, and FOX News so much and look at the real world. And you really need to lay off the sugar, dude, it doesn't help your insane rantings at all.

Also, maybe Republicans should try making a budget of their own instead of filibustering everything they can because of their hate and spite for America. They have the House, and the House's job is to make budgets. They also need to stop slobbering all over the military and cut the defense budget.
 
2012-12-05 12:05:10 AM  
Shut up, Ted. You're dead.
 
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