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deepharbor 24 posts  |  Last Activity: 9 hours ago Member since: Dec 6, 2000
  • deepharbor deepharbor 9 hours ago Flag

    jimmy added more jobs in 4 years then w added in 8, you know in the real world

  • deepharbor deepharbor Nov 29, 2015 9:22 PM Flag

    well you losers that never got a degree can't, the gop has sent all your jobs overseas, but the educated continue to thrive in this country.

  • COLORADO SPRINGS — A veteran of the Iraq war and a married mother of two were identified Sunday as the two civilians killed Friday when a gunman opened fire inside a Planned Parenthood clinic here.

    The 29-year-old veteran, Ke’Arre Marcell Stewart, was a DJ, an entrepreneur and, by all accounts, a devoted father to his two young daughters. “He was always trying to make things better for him and his family,” said his aunt Tronda Stewart.

    Jennifer Markovsky also had two children, a son and a daughter. The 35-year-old Hawaii native had gone to the nearby Planned Parenthood clinic Friday to support a friend. “She was the most wonderful, kindest person you’d ever know,” her father in Hawaii, John Ah-King, told a reporter from the Colorado Springs Gazette. “She was willing to help everybody or anybody who needed help. She was always there for everyone.”

  • deepharbor deepharbor Nov 29, 2015 8:44 PM Flag

    yes you blamed obama for high energy prices, now you blame obama for low energy prices, lol

    you said obama would collapse the dollar now you blame him for a strong dollar.

    best part of you pukes is you are stuck in your never happy hill

  • Reply to

    donald will win the black vote

    by deepharbor Nov 29, 2015 8:33 PM
    deepharbor deepharbor Nov 29, 2015 8:34 PM Flag

    face it though the tea party hates the gop more then then the dnc now

  • you people must be #$%$ to believe anything this man says
    press conference scheduled for Monday, where GOP front runner Donald Trump had expected to announce the support of black clergyman, has been cancelled after the pastors blasted the campaign for announcing they would be endorsing him, reports CNN.

    A scheduled private meeting with black pastors was supposed to be followed by a press conference where, according to the campaign: ?A coalition of 100 African American Evangelical pastors and religious leaders will endorse the GOP front runner after a private meeting at Trump Tower.?

    This did not sit well with prospective attendees, many of whom claim that they had no intention of endorsing Trump, with one calling him ?an insult and embarrassment. But he represents the country we have become.?

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  • Kentucky State Police announced Friday they had arrested 38-year-old Timothy Madden of Scottsville in the little girl's death, which was ruled a homicide earlier this week.

    Image: Suspect Timothy Madden
    Kentucky State Police announced Friday they had arrested 38-year-old Timothy Madden of Scottsville in Gabriella Doolin's death, which was ruled a homicide earlier this week. Doug Druschke / WAVE 3
    Madden has been charged with kidnapping, rape, sodomy and first-degree murder, police said.

  • deepharbor by deepharbor Nov 11, 2015 1:57 PM Flag

    In short, the poll finds that veterans hate the ideas that Republicans have put forth for veterans care. Not only that, but the poll shows that veterans will vote against politicians who back the extreme GOP-Koch agenda for privatizing veterans care.

    What agenda is that? It's the agenda that Jeb Bush is talking about, when he says he would begin privatizing parts of the veterans' health system. It's the agenda that Ben Carson is talking about when he says he would shut down the Department of Veterans Affairs. It's the agenda Marco Rubio backs, when he appears with the Koch-funded group "Concerned Veterans For America," to unveil their proposal to migrate veterans to a system of vouchers and private insurance.

    Right on down the line, conservatives in the race for President and in Congress, are on the march to end the pact we've made with veterans, to provide them with care - not vouchers - when they need it.

    Polling finds that veterans, overwhelmingly, abhor that agenda. So, it's no wonder that Republicans avoid talking about it.

    The poll of 800 veterans was performed jointly by a Democratic polling firm and Republican firm, and the sample leaned Republican. Even still, the results came out unfavorable to Republicans.

    Veterans oppose a proposal in Congress that would have the real effect of leading to privatized VA hospitals. Sixty-four percent oppose, and only 29% support.
    Overall, 57% of veterans would be less likely to vote for a candidate who supported privatizing the VA health care system. Even a majority of Republicans indicate they would be more likely to vote against a candidate who supported privatization. This opposition extends across parties: 67% of Democratic, 57% of Independent/don't know, and 53% of Republican veterans say they would be less likely to vote for a candidate for high-elected office if they supported privatization of the VA health care system.
    Fifty-nine percent of veterans rate their impression of VA hospitals as favorable. When only asked about VA hospitals in their area, 61% of veterans rate their impression as favorable.
    In comparison, only 25% of veterans when asked if they have a favorable impression of for-profit health insurance corporations. And only 12 percent believe that VA hospitals should be run more like private hospitals.
    So what do veterans want? Although veterans think that changes need to be made to the VA hospitals, their biggest want is more doctors. Forty-two percent of veterans think that "needs more doctors" describes VA hospitals in their area very well. That is the most frequently-given prescription for helping the VA perform more efficiently.
    Hillary Clinton took a lot of heat for trying to say that despite the issues at the VA, veterans still very much like the system and want it to thrive. But this poll backs her up. Not only do veterans have positive feelings about the veterans' health system, overall, but they have extremely negative feelings about the private system that conservatives want to force them into. She further showed that she understood what veterans want, when she unveiled her plan for veterans care yesterday, which focused on bolstering the system of care, not privatizing it.

  • deepharbor deepharbor Nov 6, 2015 1:57 PM Flag

    yeah run with that one hairy, LOL

    I suspect only the shut in tea billies respond to taped phone calls, we don't do polls here, suspect few Independents do.

    SurveyUSA is a polling firm in the United States. It conducts market research for corporations and interest groups, but is best known for conducting opinion polls for various political offices and questions. SurveyUSA conducts these opinion polls under contract by over 50 television stations (who also use the SurveyUSA market research to fine-tune their newscasts for higher ratings). The difference between SurveyUSA and other telephone polling firms is twofold. First, SurveyUSA does not use live call center employees, but an automated system. Taped questions are asked of the respondent by a professional announcer (usually a local news anchor), and the respondent is invited to press a button on their touch tone telephone or record a message at a prompt designating their selection. Secondly, SurveyUSA uses more concise language, especially for ballot propositions, than competitors. This can lead to diverging results, such as for California Proposition 76, where one version of the SurveyUSA question with a one sentence description, polled significantly differently compared to another version with a three sentence description (which was similar to a version of the question used by other pollsters, which used a five or six sentence question).[1]

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  • deepharbor deepharbor Oct 24, 2015 5:16 PM Flag

    LOL good authority, you people truly need to see a doctor.

  • A 4-year-old girl was shot in the head and killed during a road rage incident in Albuquerque on Tuesday, police said.

    "This should have never happened. This is a complete disrespect of human life," Albuquerque Police Chief Gorden Eden told reporters after the deadly gunfire on Interstate 40.

    Police said the gunfire occurred in the westbound lanes of I-40 at around 3 p.m. local time (5 p.m. E.T.), NBC station KOB reported.

    Albuquerque Police Department spokesman Officer Simon Drobik told the station that a Bernalillo County sheriff's deputy discovered the shooting after pulling over to assist a car stopped on I-40. The girl's mother and father were in the car, but no one else was hurt, police said.

    Eden said the road rage incident involved cars cutting each other off on the interstate, and that witnesses so far have given different information as to what other vehicle may have been involved.

  • Reply to

    Serious Question for Trump Supporters

    by budhatobe Aug 25, 2015 4:40 PM
    deepharbor deepharbor Oct 20, 2015 10:03 AM Flag

    does he agree with Sarah that we speak American here in the U.S. LOL you can't make up how stupid these people are

  • If the 2016 nominee gets no better than Romney’s 17 percent of the nonwhite vote, he or she would need 65 percent of the white vote to win, a level achieved in modern times only by Ronald Reagan in his 1984 landslide. Bush’s 2004 winning formula — 26 percent of the nonwhite vote and 58 percent of the white vote — would be a losing formula in 2016, given population changes.

    Simply put: There is no long-term coalition for a party that touts "the way things were" and pushes a policy of rounding up and deporting the millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States. None.

    Strategists like Wehner know this. The problem is that people like Trump not only have a much bigger megaphone but also a vested interest in pushing policies that appeal to a niche -- albeit a somewhat large niche -- of the Republican base.

  • deepharbor deepharbor Oct 20, 2015 10:01 AM Flag

    no the S&P was down 40% over Bush's 8 years, worst market in living history

  • take a 62 year old drug that has long since paid of it's R&D, jack the price 5500% so people have the choice to use it or die, take the revenues invest them in R&D, if it works you make billions, yet either way thousands die.

    I know the free market always work at the children table, there aren't inefficiencies like there are in socialism, explain to me now how a free market allows a 5500% price increase?

    Cause my Yale Econ B.A. says you idiots don't understand Econ 101.

  • Reply to

    Listen Up, White People

    by byutigr Sep 16, 2015 6:36 PM
    deepharbor deepharbor Sep 16, 2015 6:48 PM Flag

    the tea billie candidates incite violence and then act surprised when their minions do it

  • deepharbor deepharbor Sep 16, 2015 1:40 PM Flag

    tea billies have no solutions that's why Trump is their candidate, all they know how to do is insult people

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