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Debt limit concerns continue

February 21, 2014

How would you react if your bank gave you an open-ended credit limit — and assured you that within a year or so, no matter how much you had borrowed in the interim, it would be increased? Banks......

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locomotive

Feb-26-14 6:16 PM

To continue your thought, billgrr...

Which does more to help Americans: food, or continuing to fight a war in Afghanistan halfway around the world?

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locomotive

Feb-25-14 7:25 PM

"I want a real liberal like Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders or Sherrod Brown or Howard Dean."

Are they running, HAetc?

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locomotive

Feb-25-14 10:45 AM

HAetc, you've proved your partisan nature again.

Even a flawed Democrat candidate is so much better than any Republican candidate.

It's a given that dyed-in-the-wool libs will never vote for a Republican. Why the charade in asking what candidate will the Republicans run? To get the jump on completely assassinating his/her character, which is the #1 play for Democrats? (Hint: Christie, the supposed frontrunner)

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locomotive

Feb-25-14 10:36 AM

billgrr: "You'd love her if she was a Republican wouldn't you. Hypocrite!"

Uh, no. I wouldn't respect her, because she has turned her head when her man was behaving badly toward other women. Perhaps she's berated him in private, I don't know, but this stuff has been in the public eye for years, and Pres. Clinton has seemingly gotten away with it, by her silence and the standing-by-her-man thing.

As far as her not being a liberal, why then do you love her so? I'm sorry to point out foibles of Democrat favorites, but haven't you been doing that job forever concerning all things Republican?

Relax, billgrr. It's just equal time.

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AtticusFinch

Feb-24-14 11:13 PM

"I think its safe to say I have more traing and education to work with people and manage a company"

That doesn't sound like an owner to me.

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GoInPeace

Feb-24-14 7:45 PM

Debt limit concerns.Heck no,Not when we have that good ol republican chuck hagel cutting our defense budjet.Way to go chuckee poo.Goinpeace

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 6:47 PM

More Democrat war on women stuff from the wayback machine...

"What you have is Mitt Romney running around the country saying 'Well, you know, my wife tells me that what women really care about are economic issues, and when I listen to my wife, that's what I'm hearing.' Guess what? His wife has actually never worked a day in her life." DNC and Obama adviser Hilary Rosen attacking motherhood

"Well, I haven't seen the records. I haven't seen Hilary Rosen; I personally know three Hilary Rosen's, so I don't know that this Hilary Rosen is the one we're talking about." White House Press Secretary Jay Carney blatantly lying to reporters

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 6:38 PM

"“Hillary Clinton is the war on women, and that’s what needs to be exposed here,” (Kathleen) Willey said Sunday night on Aaron Klein’s WABC Radio show."

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 6:36 PM

Yeah, I see billgrr knows how to play the Deflect-O-Rama game too.

Does any Democrat care to speak about the Democrat war on women, as Kathleen Willey related it today?

Does any Democrat care to defend the actions of several male Democrat public officials and their harassment of females?

Does any Democrat, who thinks Hillary Clinton is going to wipe the floor with any Republican, care to address what she has thought and said about her husband's "lapses" of the past?

We can cue "Stand By Your Man" anytime...

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BeautifulDay

Feb-24-14 5:05 PM

landslide, you are nothing but an offensive, immature, ignorant person. Who makes comments like the one you made about the food pantry? I'm realllly tired of the same old song from those of you who associate yourselves with the Republican party. Liberals are over-educated, anything goes welfare queens. Facts mean nothing to any of you. Which states take the most federal money? That's right, Republican voting states. Seems like you should be thanking the liberals for keeping welfare alive and well. voices. washingtonpost****/ezra-klein/2010/04/ the_red_state_ripoff.html

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 3:15 PM

After catching up on all the posts from Sunday, I think the libs here are real "war on women wannabes," as long as it's a conservative woman (Sarah Palin) or a woman preyed upon by Pres. Clinton. Mrs. Clinton called Monica Lewinsky a "narcissistic loony tune" and blamed her husband's lapse on stress. And what about Kathleen Willey talking to reporters again? Would some lib posters here think she's a bimbo too?

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 2:45 PM

OK, here's one wayback - WATimes 8-1-13

"Now, Democrats are faced with one elected official, Mr. Filner, who admitted to sexually harassing his employees at City Hall, which is illegal. They have Eliot Spitzer, the former New York governor who admitted to using prostitutes and was caught trafficking one woman across state lines, running for New York City comptroller. Then there is Mr. Weiner, the pervert who can’t stop cheating on his wife, no matter what the consequences.

"How has the party leadership reacted? Have they tried to defend women victimized by these predators? Have they spoken out that men who treat women like dirt should not be in public office? No...

"(T)here are men in public office who think women are nothing but their sexual playthings. Democrats like to think of themselves as the party that battles for women’s rights, but apparently, their own officials are in a demilitarized zone."

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 2:32 PM

(Debbie) Wasserman Schultz said, “It’s stunning that the Republican leadership is so obsessed with Hillary Clinton and anyone’s personal, private, family business that they would dredge up 20-year-old issues like that is not only not-fair game, it’s offensive, and I think it’s just another example of their ability to alienate women across this country.”

“And in the war on women, it’s just another opportunity for us to show that Republicans just don’t get it, and that’s why we’re going to continue to win women and it will matter in 2014 and in 2016,” Wasserman Schultz said.

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locomotive

Feb-24-14 2:24 PM

"locothelacky, He has a lot to say about women, young and old, but they are so filthy that I would get kicked off again for merely quoting another Conservative."

Looks like billgrr has activated the wayback machine. Works for him. I'd rather c/p something recent...

"Kathleen Willey, the former volunteer aide to Bill Clinton who says she was sexually harassed by the president in the 1990s, is now sounding the alarm about the potential danger of Hillary Clinton becoming president.

"“Hillary Clinton is the war on women, and that’s what needs to be exposed here,” Willey said Sunday night on Aaron Klein’s WABC Radio show."

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JustaMan

Feb-24-14 8:39 AM

landslide2014 Feb-23-14 10:57 PM

"I think its safe to say I have more traing and education to work with people and manage a company then Obama has"

I think it's safe to say your obsession with President Obama is multi dimentional. Basing itself on radical political ideologies combined with good old prejudice.

Anyone who posts like you has an agenda. At least that's the rational explantion.....If not, you have a real serious problem!

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PoeticJustice16

Feb-24-14 6:59 AM

Day in, day out -- you are obsessed with this one, Black man.

That's weird.

Get a life.

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JustaMan

Feb-23-14 10:24 PM

AtticusFinch Feb-23-14 9:33 PM

"I don't know who you are but you are not the same person who's been commenting on here today."

DaWraith is a pro-blogger from CA.

Landslide2014 does not live in ND.

ND has to decide on single house seat and CA seven. WV 3, Kentucky 3.

WV W/L to help.......Good luck!

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AtticusFinch

Feb-23-14 9:33 PM

I don't know who you are but you are not the same person who's been commenting on here today.

All of the sudden it's perfect grammar, almost perfect spelling and punctuation.

I'm not buying it.

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JustaMan

Feb-23-14 1:11 PM

angeR69 Feb-23-14 12:31 PM

"Was that angry enough for you, justafool?"

Like I said, confusing.

I would have thought using the word "fool" belonged to landslide 2014 not to angeR69.

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angeR69

Feb-23-14 12:31 PM

Was that angry enough for you, justafool?

Screed over. Got taxes to do now.

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angeR69

Feb-23-14 12:29 PM

"The first people to use the term 'teabagger' were the teabaggers themselves."

This is complete and utter BS. There might have been a few misguided individuals in the movement that referred to themselves as such, but I guarantee you they didn't come up with the term on their own. Why would they? You say they didn't know what it meant.... that they didn't know the sexual connotations.

So how would they have come up with the term? They wouldn't have. It originated from som vile, disgusting minds left. And you celebrated when you heard it, didn't you? Especially when you heard certain people refer to themselves as tea-baggers. That was the icing on the cake, wasn't it. I bet you howled with laughter. Didn't you?

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angeR69

Feb-23-14 12:15 PM

"Might that have been the same time?"

No. The tea party rallies geared up in April. And it wouldn't have mattered anyway, even if it were the same time. Are you trying to say the President didn't understand the language he was using? He understood full well.

You constantly dog Loco for being Landslide's apologist. You are the biggest apologist in the forum!

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angeR69

Feb-23-14 12:04 PM

"It is a little confusing.

Does anger69 post for landslide2014 when good grammar is needed and landslide becomes the alter ego for someone who's just angry all the time? "

I personally love it when you geniuses make these grand assertions. It clearly demonstrates the depths of your paranoid delusions. I think at one point a few months back, one of you brainless wonders intimated that Loco and I were colluding - something about my tracks stopping at her front door. Now I'm landslide. This is funny stuff, and you people have made my day.

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angeR69

Feb-23-14 11:53 AM

"angryboy, Isn't it important to note that Ritter used the term “tea-bagger” first?"

I wasn't referring to the Ritter letter. I wouldn't have made an issue of that one.

This is what I was referring to:

"That was a big deal because it really set the tenure, the tenor for the entire year and I think it’s fair to say that that helped to create the Tea Baggers and empowering that whole wing of the Republican Party to where it now basically controls the agenda for the Republicans entirely"

Barrack Obama, November 30, 2009 in the Oval Office, as quoted by "Jonathan Alters in The Promise: President Obama, Year One"

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JustaMan

Feb-23-14 9:46 AM

It is a little confusing.

Does anger69 post for landslide2014 when good grammar is needed and landslide becomes the alter ego for someone who's just angry all the time?

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