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  • j20tower j20tower Nov 15, 2012 8:34 AM Flag

    Jobless Claims Up, What A Surprise

    Jobless claims up 78k to 439k. Oh, wait a minute. News Headline. GW Bush reason for jobless claims up.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Soon the food stamp line will be as long as Obamas Lies.. I did not have sexual relations with that woman....... I did not think Benghazi was an act of terror.... This will be the most transparent
      government the world has ever seen.... We have to vote for it to see whats in it.....
      I was born in America..... I have nothing hide...... and so on....

      The 47 percent will soon be 57 percent..... And then there is no more...

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • ..has Susan Rice, Hillary,Petraeus or BHO blamed GWB for their LYING to the American People over the Benghazigate debacle yet?

      ....thats coming soon plus the RACE CARD will be played by BHO the GREAT RACE DIVIDER... over Susan Rice and the State Dept job that she is NOT qualified to assume!

      thats coming next!

      Frank

      • 1 Reply to frankfrazzano
      • "BHO the GREAT RACE DIVIDER... over Susan Rice and the State Dept job that she is NOT qualified to assume!"

        That has already started this morning with BHO surrogates in the news. Very disgusting, and very expected.

        You cannot oppose a politician of color if that politician of color is not a conservative, and if that politician is a woman of color, say nothing at all. Just ask Mr West.

        I'm sure this statement will be used against me by our race baiting liberal friends. Honesty often escapes them on such subjects.

    • GW Bush is the reason for the greatest financial crisis since the great depression. Obama has done a lot, and things will improve from here. We still have to pay for the failed Iraq war. We didn't find one WOP there. We lost thousands of young american lives and destroyed the afraid but secular society and replaced it with a civil war dominated by extreme religious factions. What it cost us? 2 Trillion (yes 2x10^9)... that is without counting the cost of mutilated and dead American heroes. So YES, it is Bush+Republicans fault. That is the deceit to all Americans.

      Teaparty extremists and xenophobic cucus in the Republican party alienated non-whites and educated whites, and women. The only gift was the gift Romney gave to the Democrat party. You have to ask yourself, was Romney secretly working for the Democrats?!?... hmmm....

      These same extremist factions of the Republican party want to attack education, maybe they want uneducated Americans, because educated Americans vote mostly for the liberal-center side.

      Hope OBAMA winning AGAIN doesn't give you an ulcer... but from your tone, you sound like you already have one. Also, are you friends with the dude that tattooed his face with the Romney logo tattoo?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 4 Replies to agogoidbe
      • agogoidbe U are a FOOL!

        ...PLENTY DEMS said YES to WAR w/ Iraq including SENATOR JOHN KERRY and the WMDs are in SYRIA..u know the GAS that exterminated 100,000 Kurds in N IRAQ!!!!!!

        list of 29 DEMOCRATS who voted YES to go to WAR against IRAQ...21 said NO and 1 INDEPENDENT said NO! 48 Republicans voted YES....1 said NO...Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee (R): No

        I think this adds up to 100? btw did U know we have 100 senators, 2 per state and 50 states in our Union?

        Senate Roll Call: Iraq Resolution

        Friday, October 11, 2002

        Following is an alphabetical listing by state of how each senator voted on President Bush's Iraq resolution. A "yes" vote was a vote to grant President Bush the power to attack Iraq unilaterally. A "no" vote was a vote to defeat the measure. Voting "yes" were 29 Democrats and 48 Republicans. Senate Roll Call: Iraq Resolution

        Friday, October 11, 2002

        Following is an alphabetical listing by state of how each senator voted on President Bush's Iraq resolution. A "yes" vote was a vote to grant President Bush the power to attack Iraq unilaterally. A "no" vote was a vote to defeat the measure. Voting "yes" were 29 Democrats and 48 Republicans. Voting "no" were 1 Republican, 21 Democrats, and 1 Independent.

        Alabama Jeff Sessions (R): Yes Richard Shelby (R): Yes
        Alaska Frank Murkowski (R): Yes Ted Stevens (R): Yes
        Arizona Jon Kyl (R): Yes John McCain (R): Yes
        Arkansas Tim Hutchinson (R): Yes Blanche Lincoln (D): Yes
        California Barbara Boxer (D): No Dianne Feinstein (D): Yes
        Colorado Wayne Allard (R): Yes Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R): Yes
        Connecticut Christopher Dodd (D): Yes Joseph Lieberman (D): Yes
        Delaware Joseph Biden (D): Yes Thomas Carper (D): Yes
        Florida Bob Graham (D): No Bill Nelson (D): Yes
        Georgia Max Cleland (D): Yes Zell Miller (D): Yes
        Hawaii Daniel Akaka (D): No Daniel Inouye (D): No
        Idaho Larry Craig (R): Yes Mike Crapo (R): Yes
        Illinois Richard Durbin (D): No Peter Fitzgerald (R): Yes
        Indiana Evan Bayh (D): Yes Richard Lugar (R): Yes
        Iowa Charles Grassley (R): Yes Tom Harkin (D): Yes
        Kansas Sam Brownback (R): Yes Pat Roberts (R): Yes
        Kentucky Jim Bunning (R): Yes Mitch McConnell (R): Yes
        Louisiana John Breaux (D): Yes Mary Landrieu (D): Yes
        Maine Susan Collins (R): Yes Olympia Snowe (R): Yes
        Maryland Barbara Mikulski (D): No Paul Sarbanes (D): No
        Massachusetts Edward Kennedy (D): No John Kerry (D): Yes
        Michigan Debbie Stabenow (D): No Carl Levin (D): No
        Minnesota Mark Dayton (D): No Paul Wellstone (D): No
        Mississippi Thad Cochran (R): Yes Trent Lott (R): Yes
        Missouri Jean Carnahan (D): Yes Christopher (Kit) Bond (R): Yes
        Montana Max Baucus (D): Yes Conrad Burns (R): Yes
        Nebraska Chuck Hagel (R): Yes Ben Nelson (D): Yes
        Nevada John Ensign (R): Yes Harry Reid (D): Yes
        New Hampshire Judd Gregg (R): Yes Bob Smith (R): Yes
        New Jersey Jon Corzine (D): No Robert Torricelli (D): Yes
        New Mexico Jeff Bingaman (D): No Pete Domenici (R): Yes
        New York Hillary Clinton (D): Yes Charles Schumer (D): Yes
        North Carolina John Edwards (D): Yes Jesse Helms (R): Yes
        North Dakota Kent Conrad (D): No Byron Dorgan (D): Yes
        Ohio Mike DeWine (R): Yes George Voinovich (R): Yes
        Oklahoma James Inhofe (R): Yes Don Nickles (R): Yes
        Oregon Gordon Smith (R): Yes Ron Wyden (D): No
        Pennsylvania Rick Santorum (R): Yes Arlen Specter (R): Yes
        Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee (R): No Jack Reed (D): No
        South Carolina Ernest "Fritz" Hollings (D): Yes Strom Thurmond (R): Yes
        South Dakota Thomas Daschle (D): Yes Tim Johnson (D): Yes
        Tennessee Bill Frist (R): Yes Fred Thompson (R): Yes
        Texas Phil Gramm (R): Yes Kay Bailey Hutchison (R): Yes
        Utah Robert Bennett (R): Yes Orrin Hatch (R): Yes
        Vermont James Jeffords (I): No Patrick Leahy (D): No
        Virginia George Allen (R): Yes John Warner (R): Yes
        Washington Maria Cantwell (D): Yes Patty Murray (D): No
        West Virginia Robert Byrd (D): No Jay Rockefeller (D): Yes
        Wisconsin Russell Feingold (D): No Herb Kohl (D): Yes
        Wyoming Mike Enzi (R): Yes Craig Thomas (R): Yes
        Alabama Jeff Sessions (R): Yes Richard Shelby (R): Yes
        Alaska Frank Murkowski (R): Yes Ted Stevens (R): Yes
        Arizona Jon Kyl (R): Yes John McCain (R): Yes
        Arkansas Tim Hutchinson (R): Yes Blanche Lincoln (D): Yes
        California Barbara Boxer (D): No Dianne Feinstein (D): Yes
        Colorado Wayne Allard (R): Yes Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R): Yes
        Connecticut Christopher Dodd (D): Yes Joseph Lieberman (D): Yes
        Delaware Joseph Biden (D): Yes Thomas Carper (D): Yes
        Florida Bob Graham (D): No Bill Nelson (D): Yes
        Georgia Max Cleland (D): Yes Zell Miller (D): Yes
        Hawaii Daniel Akaka (D): No Daniel Inouye (D): No
        Idaho Larry Craig (R): Yes Mike Crapo (R): Yes
        Illinois Richard Durbin (D): No Peter Fitzgerald (R): Yes
        Indiana Evan Bayh (D): Yes Richard Lugar (R): Yes
        Iowa Charles Grassley (R): Yes Tom Harkin (D): Yes
        Kansas Sam Brownback (R): Yes Pat Roberts (R): Yes
        Kentucky Jim Bunning (R): Yes Mitch McConnell (R): Yes
        Louisiana John Breaux (D): Yes Mary Landrieu (D): Yes
        Maine Susan Collins (R): Yes Olympia Snowe (R): Yes
        Maryland Barbara Mikulski (D): No Paul Sarbanes (D): No
        Massachusetts Edward Kennedy (D): No John Kerry (D): Yes
        Michigan Debbie Stabenow (D): No Carl Levin (D): No
        Minnesota Mark Dayton (D): No Paul Wellstone (D): No
        Mississippi Thad Cochran (R): Yes Trent Lott (R): Yes
        Missouri Jean Carnahan (D): Yes Christopher (Kit) Bond (R): Yes
        Montana Max Baucus (D): Yes Conrad Burns (R): Yes
        Nebraska Chuck Hagel (R): Yes Ben Nelson (D): Yes
        Nevada John Ensign (R): Yes Harry Reid (D): Yes
        New Hampshire Judd Gregg (R): Yes Bob Smith (R): Yes
        New Jersey Jon Corzine (D): No Robert Torricelli (D): Yes
        New Mexico Jeff Bingaman (D): No Pete Domenici (R): Yes
        New York Hillary Clinton (D): Yes Charles Schumer (D): Yes
        North Carolina John Edwards (D): Yes Jesse Helms (R): Yes
        North Dakota Kent Conrad (D): No Byron Dorgan (D): Yes
        Ohio Mike DeWine (R): Yes George Voinovich (R): Yes
        Oklahoma James Inhofe (R): Yes Don Nickles (R): Yes
        Oregon Gordon Smith (R): Yes Ron Wyden (D): No
        Pennsylvania Rick Santorum (R): Yes Arlen Specter (R): Yes
        Rhode Island Lincoln Chafee (R): No Jack Reed (D): No
        South Carolina Ernest "Fritz" Hollings (D): Yes Strom Thurmond (R): Yes
        South Dakota Thomas Daschle (D): Yes Tim Johnson (D): Yes
        Tennessee Bill Frist (R): Yes Fred Thompson (R): Yes
        Texas Phil Gramm (R): Yes Kay Bailey Hutchison (R): Yes
        Utah Robert Bennett (R): Yes Orrin Hatch (R): Yes
        Vermont James Jeffords (I): No Patrick Leahy (D): No
        Virginia George Allen (R): Yes John Warner (R): Yes
        Washington Maria Cantwell (D): Yes Patty Murray (D): No
        West Virginia Robert Byrd (D): No Jay Rockefeller (D): Yes
        Wisconsin Russell Feingold (D): No Herb Kohl (D): Yes
        Wyoming Mike Enzi (R): Yes Craig Thomas (R): Yes

      • [We didn't find one WOP there.}

        there were PLENTY of ITALIAN-Americans fighting...the reason you could not find us was we were busy LOVE MAKING behind enemy lines!

        Go CLDX!

        Frank

      • So, it's Bush's fault for ever and ever idiot. When does this become Obama's economy

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • my mistake, 2 trillion = 2x10^12!!!!!! ooopppss, that little Cheney-Bush mistake cost us a lot of money.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • The election was stolen by the Democrats through fraud, deceit and using government to thwart the will of the people.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • It's going to accelerate dramatically until year end. The year ahead will see record-breaking business closings and bankruptcies. Within a few months our national debt will reach $17 trillion. Various projections put the debt at anywhere between $24 trillion and $35 trillion within a decade. All prognosticators generally agree that the U.S. is going over the fiscal ‘cliff’, regardless of what program of higher tax rates, closing of loopholes, etc. might be approved. Perhaps it would be better to take the plunge at $17 trillion than wait and do a nosedive when it hits $35 trillion. Unless there is some advantage to be realized in postponing the inevitable.

      • 1 Reply to thepsychizn
      • Dennys Restaurants is laying off 10% and stopping the Medical coverage on management of 250 people..all will be forced to BUY medical coverage Obamacare or pay the penalty!

        You want it bad U get worse!

        One chain after another, including Papa Johns Pizza now are saying the same thing...laying off people and pushing FT employees to PT and PT are being LAID OFF PERIOD!

        As you SEW so shall you reap!

        Frank

 
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