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Posted on January 6 at 4:29 p.m.
you all just wasted 33 comments and what you meant to say was what I had already written (see below the few comments I have for JJ):JJ - 1) You can call it what ever you want, but the 'money' disappeared, and it brought all of your 'forewarned' to their knees.2) I have a sneaky feeling that you are one of these nuts who thinks Viet Nam was a good idea. Even if that isn't so, you don't understand the cost of war. We in fact are still paying for that fiasco (why do you think there is a Veterans Hospital on every corner?) Point? $8 trillion and counting, the hospitals are full of Middle East war veterans and the lines will increase as they age and the carnage really hits home. Put down your O'Reilly comic books about Jesus and Lincoln, and come join the real world.3) To date, I honestly think your statement that 'corporate welfare dollars are incentives to stay on shore' is the dumbest thing you have ever said. How are those incentives working anyway? You need to man up and leave paradise for awhile, there is a 'real' world out there. Shaun, Bill, and Rush are like crack for weaklings like you. Get some rehab, start drinking, do something, you ideas are old and useless.4) "...our students are not even graduating with anything of value for that $1 trillion dollar taxpayer investment." You are straight away crazy. Why not give it to the Hedge Fund gangsters, right? 5) You've worn that Pension-paranoia out already! Bring the jobs back that your "incentives" allowed to leave, and the source of revenue that kept our deficits within reason (and pensions paid), will return. The best revenue source are working stiffs paying their taxes, in case you haven't noticed most of those in that upper percentile, that give you such a hard-on, don't pay taxes (or very little). About the only think you have in common with the rest of humanity is that your bipedal, get a life.Just for you and your neo-con brothers on here, I repeat:1) Find the $15 trillion that disappeared in September of 2008 and return it to the American taxpayer. Jail the con-men that perpetrated this fiasco and seize all their assets.2) Return the $8 trillion pumped into the private sector to keep those two American-Soldier-sinkholes in the middle east going.3) Stop giving corporations, that are flush with cash right now, more welfare (subsidies).4) Make the banks and insurance companies REALLY pay back the money gifted them in the form of Bailouts and with the same kind of interest rates we pay on our credit cards..........POOF, no more deficit. Vote Republican or Democrat Guarantee things stay the same
On Debt Crises
Posted on January 1 at 3:55 p.m.
1) Find the $15 trillion that disappeared in September of 2008 and return it to the American taxpayer. Jail the con-men that perpetrated this fiasco and seize all their assets.2) Return the $8 trillion pumped into the private sector to keep those two American-Soldier-sinkholes in the middle east going.3) Stop giving corporations, that are flush with cash right now, more welfare (subsidies).4) Make the banks and insurance companies REALLY pay back the money gifted them in the form of Bailouts and with the same kind of interest rates we pay on our credit cards..........POOF, no more deficit. Vote Republican or Democrat Guarantee things stay the same
Posted on August 7 at 10:57 a.m.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W33H...save the planet............
On Former Mayor of Dish, Texas, Speaks Out
Posted on July 15 at 10:49 a.m.
On Juice Craze Hits Santa Barbara
Posted on June 16 at 8:15 a.m.
Saying a movie 'star' is "........... quite approachable and friendly..........", is a lot like saying a black person is 'well-spoken'.This story is celebrity worship at its best. Oh, and their toys, whether it's wine, cars, 'art', or real estate, they are so knowledgeable. They have to hide it($) somewhere buddy, they can't possibly spend it all!
On Editing Wine with Kurt Russell
Posted on April 23 at 9:53 p.m.
Bombed into perversion, haven't you people ever watched Japanese porn? All of a sudden the picture goes blurry right when the camera pans into the good parts lathering all over themselves. This can be connected directly to radiation poisoning of the vitreous humor.
On Navy Closes San Miguel Island to Look for Old Bombs
Posted on April 14 at 1:20 p.m.
I disagree Foo - votes in our prospering Oligarchy are printed at the Mint. You are FOOling yourself, unless of course you have lots of vote$ to stoke the fire. In that case old chap, bully for you.
On Scalia: $3.5 Mil Just Chump Change
Posted on March 27 at 10:26 a.m.
Yes, in cosmic time, I 'just realized this is an Oligarchy', the same goes for you my friend.
On UCSB Chancellor Henry Yang & Co. Building $1.4 Billion Telescope
Posted on March 26 at 10:16 p.m.
Oh, and I am all in favor of building this telescope and any other scientific experiment that will give as much of a return as this example. Now if it will be paid for out of the UC campus' endowments, that would be fine, but something tells me it will, in a round about way, end up being paid for by the taxpayer. The ones who contribute the most revenue, the ones who spend every dime they make to make ends meet, and are taxed on every dime they make with a payroll tax, and again with a sales tax, a property tax, excise taxes, fuel 'surcharges' and more. Bully for UCSB, too bad they couldn't have built it on Santa Cruz Island.
Posted on March 26 at 9:56 p.m.
Are you people living in the same Oligarchy as I am?