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Cuts must be part of the plan

January 29, 2013

Conservatives in the House of Representatives really had no choice but to postpone debate over increasing the national debt ceiling, as they voted last week to do....

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-07-13 11:50 AM

lorexxx do you suppose that your figures include all the hispanics including babies and school children? So your figures would not be accurate. So if you distort facts what do you call people like that?

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-07-13 10:00 AM

lorexxx Just for the record there were 52,000,000 hispanics in the USA in 2011?? Don't know where you get this figure? Where were the rest of them getting their money from?? They were exploited by employers that hired them.

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KneeAwn

Feb-07-13 1:16 AM

What are we gonna do when our tax loopholes get taken away?

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-06-13 3:50 PM

In 2011 23,000,000 hispanics were working in the U.S. workforce. 77% of the hispanic population voted for President Obama so they must have been registered democrats. Correct! So you are a liar when you state that all democrats are takers and live off the gov't when statistics prove otherwise. This is just one of the race statistics that you choose to ignore. Just like the rest of your party keep on ignoring them and you will keep on loosing elections!

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namexxx

Feb-06-13 1:35 PM

What's it called when a old man goes online every day and talks to himself using different screen names?

Pathetic? Desperate for attention? . . . Oh yeah . . . it's called psychosis.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-06-13 11:48 AM

lorexxx your argument about the Democrats not part of the working class seems to be incorrect.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-06-13 11:29 AM

The Hispanic workforce in the U.S. has grown significantly since 1988. In 1988 9,000,000 Hispanics were employed in the U.S. workforce. By 2011, 23,000,000 were working in the U.S. workforce.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-06-13 10:23 AM

No answer huh! Nuff said!

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-06-13 9:39 AM

lorexxx & h4c I am still waiting for your answer to the question to why wasn't the two president bushes brought up on charges of treason for dealing with the bin laden family and allowing a saudi prince to fly out of the country after the 9/11 attack. How come none of these connections were never investigated? Don't you think people like that in high office dealing with terrorists should be considered traitors?

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JackAaah

Feb-06-13 9:18 AM

I did see Donna May and Wade1 at the Free-Lunch Counter Café the other day.....I sure hope Jack May is not out of Donna's picture....would be sad. I think Wade was trying to lure Donna into moving forword in our Democrat Party.....I think she may have been falling for it, too. As she really was scarfing up the peas and koolaid....

....soap opera at the café.

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namexxx

Feb-05-13 11:16 PM

Jack is talking to himself again.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-05-13 4:54 PM

lorexxx Do to Bush the "Money give away to the Rich" and two wars on the credit card, now the bills are due and revenue needs to be raised and the only way to get the revenue is through taxes and the republicans will not close any loop holes that protect the big boys and corporations does that answer your question.

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-05-13 11:40 AM

lorexxx explain why President Obama has a 70% approval rating of the hispanic community? Are they not a large portion of the working class?

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-05-13 11:08 AM

lorexxx those benefits the businesses more so than the individuals does it not. How about the minimum wage? How did the republicans stand on that?

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locomotive

Feb-05-13 10:10 AM

Veritas, you must know that I said "I gave all the needed raw material" tongue-in-cheek, right?

Most posters here aren't in the habit of "giving...all the information needed," including myself.

After all, all agendas are equal, but some agendas are more equal than others. Sometimes.

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locomotive

Feb-05-13 7:33 AM

Uh...payroll tax cut?

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-04-13 11:10 PM

h4c or lorexxx what has the republican party done in the past 40 years that has benefited the average American worker or family?

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locomotive

Feb-04-13 10:21 PM

Veritas, don't tell Limbaugh my line. He'll take it from me...hee hee hee

All I said was that several conservative sites had articles touting that $20,000 figure which "supposedly" came from the 73-page IRS publication.

What I couldn't cite, because they were lacking, were all the liberal sites' articles refuting that $20,000 figure which "supposedly" came from the IRS publication.

I gave all the needed raw material to both Worried and you to sift through for your independent analysis. You two could straighten out all the "fright-wingers" and their..*ahem*..misinformation.

I hope your chair's comfortable enough. It might take a while.

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namexxx

Feb-04-13 8:08 PM

Same person talking to himself in three different voices.

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locomotive

Feb-04-13 5:18 PM

Worried, I googled the info too. I found several conservative sites that were running articles about that IRS estimated figure. And I also found the 73-page IRS publication they were referring to.

If liberal sites are willing to refute the $20,0000 figure--supposedly reached by the IRS itself in its publication--I'll wager their articles will soon be forthcoming, informing the great unwashed & washed alike not to worry about that tax behind the Obamacare curtain.

I simply don't have time for analysis today, but if you're up for it, Worried--so you can shoot the message instead of the messenger--the 73-page publication is available at irs . com.

Good reading to you!

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-04-13 4:08 PM

Their unbiased reliable news source: The CNSNews**** (or Cybercast News Service) is an American news website owned by the Media Research Center. It was founded on June 16, 1998 under the name "Conservative News Service"[1] ; "Conservative" was changed to "Cybercast" in 2000 after the MRC was unable to trademark the name "Conservative News Service

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locomotive

Feb-04-13 3:10 PM

I about fell over (well, not really) when I read about this "$20,000" estimated figure last week.

Have the charitable posters (Veritas, for one) been telling the great unwashed about this veritable truth?

Y'mean, the great unwashed AND washed have both been lied to?

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locomotive

Feb-04-13 3:04 PM

"I'm glad we CAN all come together to agree that what happened BEFORE Booosh, and AFTER Booosh, still is and will continue to be Boooosh's fault."

This Booosh fellow must have awfully big shoulders, like that Atlas guy way back.

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locomotive

Feb-04-13 3:01 PM

"I guess I understand the plan to use a new screen name. (The pattern is painfully obvious-sss.) What's odd is to then switch between names and pretend to talk to yourself."

So says namexxx, the "new" guy on the block.

Welcome and have fun!

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namexxx

Feb-04-13 2:04 PM

"I am probably one of the nicest commenters here at the MDN . . ."

Actually -- you're at least two of them.

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