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inymical 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 5, 2014 2:49 PM Member since: Feb 25, 2005
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  • inymical inymical Mar 5, 2014 2:49 PM Flag

    pappy zos, you might want to walk away from this one. S/Sgt Gibson's been open about name and location for many years. For instance on the old SCOX board, where he had a huge crowd of top tech talent friends. The kind that could suss out your ID and location in a flash. Jus' saying...

  • inymical inymical Feb 14, 2014 2:52 PM Flag

    No, this will not change. Occasional short spike change nothing, except making longs lose their minds. Reliably.

    In the long run this is still an Edsel, in world of Honda's and Toyota's. That's the way it goes.

  • inymical inymical Feb 13, 2014 5:19 PM Flag

    That is 1.4% of 2012 national health care costs.
    The number that is a problem is that one, $2,793,400,000,000 which is twice what it would be in a modern nation. In a modern nation both health care and defense are considered matters of life & death, so "opting out" is not an option. GOP is a synonym for greedy deadbeat.

  • inymical inymical Feb 13, 2014 3:53 PM Flag

    The really fringy tea party types tend to be waaay behind on the news. Like the article "Fox Host Finally Accepts The Truth About Benghazi Talking Points".

    "...Fox's messaging was clear: Susan Rice was a liar who could not be trusted to serve as Secretary of State.

    And so it's shocking to hear Kelly now say that Rice was simply saying what the intelligence community told her to be their best assessment at the time. During a discussion with Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) on the February 11 edition of her Fox News show, Kelly referenced a House committee report released that day, and admitted that Rice's talking points reflected CIA intelligence that "the attacks in Benghazi were spontaneously inspired by the protests at the embassy in Cairo":"

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    7 Nobel winning economists or FOX News?

    by commander_woodcock Feb 12, 2014 2:41 PM
    inymical inymical Feb 13, 2014 11:53 AM Flag

    "Fox Business, an affiliate of Fox News, has responded to the rise of worker protests across the country by inviting on a finance industry trader to trash them.

    The network aired several segments this week designed to criticize efforts to raise the minimum wage. In one, guest Jonathan Hoenig made a range of strange and misinformed comments, including a declaration that “every prominent economist over many, many decades has agreed [that] the minimum wage is discrimination.”

    In reality, more than 100 economists have called for raising the minimum wage to benefit workers. Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz signed onto a letter last year arguing that “a minimum wage increase would provide a much-needed boost to the earnings of low-wage workers.”"

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    Obama Can't Be Trusted

    by kinderjimmy9 Feb 7, 2014 10:23 PM
    inymical inymical Feb 8, 2014 3:59 PM Flag

    "65% of the country now believes Obama ruined the economy"

    Um, no. Feel free to keep lying.

    CNN. Yesterday:
    "Washington (CNN) - Although nearly two-thirds of Americans still give the nation's economy a thumbs down, the percentage who rate the current economic conditions as good now stands at its highest level in six years, according to a new national poll.

    And when it comes to the economic blame game, a CNN/ORC International survey released Thursday also indicates that the percentage of people who still blame former President George W. Bush and the Republicans more than President Barack Obama and the Democrats for the country's economic problems is dropping."

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