Comments by jcrdan

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Posted on February 24 at 10:06 a.m.

That's OK Mel...there is no money and I'd rather pay for basic services than PBS...make it on your own to prove your viability. So that you don't lose sight of what this ignorant administration has brought us...and you...

It is amazing to see how quickly the progs, and their Dear Leader, have imploded and devolved into what we always knew they were – hacks. But let's look at how much damage this inexperienced boy has done to this nation.

The first figure is from January '09 when the Dear Leader took power; the second number is today, the third number is the hope and change – and yes that means change we can believe in less the hope. Sterling leadership from such an experienced crew of angry idiots.

Avg. retail price/gallon gas in U.S.$1.83 $3.104 +69.6%

Gold: $853.25 $1,369.50 +60.5% - oh and since I knew this was coming my portfolio looks incredible right now. I just wish it had performed that way because of strong economic elements not because of such fools as Obama and Capps.

Corn: $3.56 $6.33 +78.1% (I'm sure everyone loves their participation in starving the rest of the world in our ignorant quest for the God Green and our contribution to an over subsidized and useless technology)

Soybeans: $9.66 $13.75 +42.3%

Sugar: $13.37 $35.39 +164.7% (I'm sure My Belle Michelle is happy about this)

Unemployment rate: 7.6% 9.4% +23.7%

Number of unemployed: 11,616,000 14,485,000 +24.7%

Number of fed. employees, not including military: 2,779,000 2,840,000 +2.2%

Real median household income: $50,112 $49,777 -0.7%4 (good job boys)

Number of food stamp recipients: 31,983,716 43,200,878 +35.1%

Number of unemployment benefit recipients: 7,526,598 9,193,838 +22.2%

Number of long-term unemployed: 2,600,000 6,400,000 +146.2%

Poverty rate for individuals: 13.2% 14.3% +8.3% (don't worry folks Nanny will take care of you)

People in poverty in U.S.: 39,800,000 43,600,000 +9.5%

U.S. rank in Economic Freedom World Rankings: 5th 9th – God isn't socialism great? Wait, can I mention God or will the Birkenstock's send me to the Gulag?

U.S. M1 money supply in billions: 1,575.1 1,865.7 +18.4% (“gee Mr. Rodgers does that mean that since the dollar is worth less that items cost more?” Yes Johnny. But remember that the young man running around telling us what to eat as he chokes down ribs, and tells you to ride in the back of the bus, says that there is no inflation. “Wow Mr. Rodgers that kinda sounds like that dude in Iraq they called Baghdad Bob” Your right Johnny but in this case the Baghdad Bob is an American of diminished capacity.

National debt in trillions: $10.627 $14.052 +32.2%14

And, of course, that brilliant budget submitted by this idiot adds another 9 trillion to the a true genius. But then WE always knew what he and his minions are. Daniel Petry

On What a Loss

Posted on February 24 at 10 a.m.

Don you certainly contiue to show your social contract ignorance. We are a republic not a democracy. A democracy never works. Daniel Petry

On Blaming the Unions

Posted on February 24 at 9:56 a.m.

It's good to see that the adults have taken over. But telling progs that there is no money is like pissing in the wind. But it is fun to see them scream. Daniel Petry

On Don't Touch the Capital

Posted on February 24 at 9:54 a.m.

Total B.S. Cut 'em to the bone.

On Protect the EPA

Posted on February 24 at 9:53 a.m.

There is no money. But there are plenty of charity orgs. Daniel Petry

On Disabled Say Enough Is Enough

Posted on January 24 at 10:37 a.m.

I think Krauthammer has said it best, and I quote, "Suppose someone — say, the president of United States — proposed the following: We are drowning in debt. More than $14 trillion right now. I've got a great idea for deficit reduction. It will yield a savings of $230 billion over the next 10 years: We increase spending by $540 billion while we increase taxes by $770 billion....he'd be laughed out of town."

He also states, and I agree, "“This does not absolve the Republicans from producing a health-care replacement. They will and should be judged by how well their alternative addresses the needs of the uninsured and the anxieties of the currently insured. But amending an insanely complicated, contradictory, incoherent and arbitrary 2,000-page bill that will generate tens of thousands of pages of regulations is a complete non-starter. Everything begins with repeal.”
Daniel Petry

On The Power of Nice

Posted on January 23 at 9:15 a.m.

If I want to experience a rectal exam I'll go to a doc...not by listening to Moyers pontificate.

On <em>An Evening with Bill Moyers</em>

Posted on January 22 at 10:42 p.m.

hank - of all the postings yours was dead on. Beautiful. Daniel Petry

On Let’s Be Fair to Our Immigrant Community

Posted on January 22 at 10:34 p.m.

Yep. Mao could not have expressed it better.

On Guns 'n' Ideology

Posted on January 22 at 12:16 p.m.

You are right John, the problem is the scorpion and the frog parable.

On The Power of Nice

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