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pilodialcyst 223 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: Apr 7, 2004
  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst 6 hours ago Flag

    There was NOTHING there. The IRS did it's job.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst 6 hours ago Flag

    Issa is at a dead end with the IRS. As with Benghazi, as with Fast and Furious, as with all of the other 'scandals'. They have found NOTHING.

    It is Issa's last grasp. It is OVER for the Tea-Droolers.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst 6 hours ago Flag

    You have no idea about what Issa was asking. She invoked her right for reasons that neither you nor I know. The jump from taking the 5th and assuming she is guilty of breaking a law is often correct, but NEVER always. Yes, it is clear that you never got into 3rd grade.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Let's take time to consider the party elders from the Republican Party.

    Right, there are none.

    Mitt Romney? HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!

    So droolers, what other options do the GOP have when it comes to party elders?

    John McCain? George W. Bush? #$%$ Cheney? Sarah Palin?

    HAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

    Hell, Romney is probably the best they've got.

    And even though he says he's not running in 2016—and would surely lose if he did—he'd certainly be one of the GOP's best candidates and arguably even the best.

    And droolers, that really is a pathetic commentary on the current state of the GOP.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst 11 hours ago Flag

    Here is a key point drooler:

    The IRS was doing exactly what it was supposed to do. Investigate ALL organizations that claim that they will be used for social justice. They didn't target conservatives, the conservatives brought a FLOOD of organizations applying for tax exempt status. None of them are actually promoting social justice.

    If anything, the IRS should be investigated for giving the conservatives tax exempt status.

    All because of Citizens United.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Jws Ordered to Register in Eastern Ukraine

    by yukraine Apr 17, 2014 7:36 PM
    pilodialcyst pilodialcyst 11 hours ago Flag

    Stinky; Are your man parts getting excited again?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Rand Paul, the most 'electable' of the lunatic right wing GOP presidential candidates asked when the last time the economy generated a million jobs. And the clueless fool said Ronald Reagan.

    Of course he was completely wrong.

    Facts are stubborn things.

    One way you could look at it is total number of jobs created during each presidency since Reagan. If you did that, here's what you'd get:

    Reagan: 16.1 million (8 years)
    Bush 41: 2.6 million (4 years)
    Clinton: 22.9 million (8 years)
    Bush 43: 1.3 million (8 years)
    Obama: 4.0 million (6 years, 2 months)

    Or, to look at it a different way, since Reagan became president, a total of 20 million jobs have been created in the 20 years with Republicans in the Oval Office.

    Meanwhile, 26.9 million jobs have been created in the 14 years with Democrats in office.

    And here's the amazing thing: These numbers attribute 4.3 million jobs lost during Bush's Great Recession to Obama—if you factored those out, the total job tally would be 31 million jobs under Democrats to 16 million jobs under Republicans.

    More evidence that conservatism is based solely on resentment, and therefore is doomed in the US.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst 14 hours ago Flag

    Flabby old white drooler, what specifically is your concern with the census?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Fox News Liars "missed" this again:

    In a remarkable rebound from the botched rollout of Obamacare, 8 million people have signed up for private health insurance via the exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act since October, President Barack Obama announced during a press briefing at the White House Thursday.

    March and April saw an uptick in the share of young people signing up for private plans using the exchanges. These people, who are presumably healthier, are needed to balance out the medical costs of older, sicker consumers. About 35 percent of people who signed up throughout the open enrollment period were under 35 years old, including children, Obama said. Twenty-eight percent were between the ages of 18 and 34, according to a White House fact sheet.

    The official six-month enrollment period ended March 31, but the federal government and most states accommodated people trying to complete applications in April amid a last-minute surge for subsidized private coverage and Medicaid benefits.

    "This law is working," Obama said. "This law won't solve all the problems in our health care system. We know we've got more work to do, but we now know for a fact that repealing the Affordable Care Act would increase the deficit, raise premiums for millions of Americans, and take insurance away from millions more."

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Poor old Cleavage, The flabby white, welfare sucking, taker, is saying he doesn't recognize the United States as being legitimate..... but he still cashes his agriculture welfare checks each month. Odd, the Tea-Droolers, made up of short white men with small man-parts, never mention his welfare status. Well, I have a letter for old Cleavage:
    Dear Cleavage: Your criminal, illegal, and very unconstitutional welfare scam nearly caused various of our nation's fine militia folks (all white, unemployed) to start shooting at federal agents, so determined they were to protect your white privilege right to graze his private herd of cattle on whatever land he feels like free of charge forever and ever because of 'liberty'.

    Old Cleavage doesn’t recognize the federal government.

    Speaking to conservative radio host Dana Loesch last week, he said he believes in a “sovereign state of Nevada” and abides by all state laws, but, “I don’t recognize the United States government as even existing.”
    So if that's the case, why does he keep waving American flags around, or where does he think his welfare check comes from?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst by pilodialcyst Apr 17, 2014 11:44 AM Flag

    Eric Cantor, the side-car clown on the Clown Car that is the GOP had a sad about the President.

    To recap:
    Eric Cantor is very offended that the president called out Republicans for being obstructionist Neanderthals on the issue of immigration reform.
    Therefore, Eric Cantor is committed to making sure that Republicans continue to act like obstructionist Neanderthals on the issue of immigration reform.
    I'm pretty sure that when the president talks about finding common ground, he means coming up with an immigration reform plan that Republicans like Cantor will allow through the House. That would be far preferable to the current state of affairs, but at least everybody now agrees on the problem: House Republicans do not want meaningful immigration reform, not now, not ever.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    The Fox News Liars have a sad.....

    by pilodialcyst Apr 16, 2014 3:18 PM
    pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Apr 16, 2014 10:17 PM Flag

    Why would my criticism of elitist, unaware, white privilege, morons make you think that I am not white?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • So Fox News Liars "serious" news person Brit Hume talked this last Sunday on his let's-call-it "news" network that for President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, "race has been a shield and a sword."

    Cheney's lap dog said this on a lily-white Fox News Liars panel containing the likes of lily-white George Will and lily-white Chris Wallace, and that Fox News Liars held a conversation between people like Brit Hume and George Will and Chris Wallace to talk about how mean black people were being is pretty much all you need to know about Fox News Liars.

    Now Brit Hume has a sad, because some people had a problem with his statement.

    He took his sad to fellow network white person Bill Orally, a draft dodger, the network expert in all things that cause wealthy, prominent news heads to have major episodes of sad, and the two of them lamented how oppressed they were and that people keep being mean to him on Twitter.

    After the appearance, he said, people on Twitter accused him of racism and bemoaned the lack of diversity on the panel.

    “In other words, in order to discuss this, you have to have an African-American present,” Hume complained to O'Reilly. “But if you’re just white, then discussing this is racist.”

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Apr 16, 2014 2:59 PM Flag

    Stinky, are your man-parts getting excited again?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Apr 15, 2014 4:33 PM Flag

    #$%$-or-is is the moocher, the taker, the tax evader, the sloppy, lazy, unfit to vote, welfare recipient. He stole from the federal lands and owes millions in user fees. And his agriculture subsidies are over $200,000 per year.

    He is a welfare rat.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • ... the Minority Leader in the Senate... a first in history. As Larry Sabado notes, McConnell has real trouble:

    "McConnell's larger concern has to be the 65 percent job disapproval rating in The Courier-Journal's recent Bluegrass Poll, Sabato added.

    "McConnell's problem isn't any of these little things; it's that over time he has lost the affections of a substantial portion of the population of Kentucky," he said.

    And it's not just his disapproval rating: According to Public Policy Polling's latest survey, McConnell trails Grimes.

    Moreover, he's out-of-step with his state on Obamacare repeal, at least as long as you don't call it Obamacare. According to the poll, more than half the state supports the decision to expand Medicaid and voters say they are more likely to vote against McConnell for opposing it than they are to vote for him.

    Meanwhile, nearly 1 in 12 Kentuckians now have health insurance through Kynect or the Medicaid expansion. Nearly 75 percent of them didn't have insurance before they got enrolled, but if McConnell has his way, 100 percent of them won't have any coverage at all because Kynect and the state's Medicaid expansion will both be repealed. That would be terrible news for the state and it doesn't take a gaffe from Mitch to explain why.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Apr 14, 2014 6:00 PM Flag

    Says who? We're you in the Navy and experienced that scenario?
    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    Numerous times. It is the way we and they get close photos of our battle readiness.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • WASHINGTON -- The Congressional Budget Office has released updated estimates on the Affordable Care Act's impact on both the budget and the health insurance industry.

    The findings show that the president's signature health care law is actually growing cheaper to implement, costing the government $5 billion less in 2014 than was previously projected.

    The law also is projected to cover more individuals than previously believed, owing, in part, to some broader workforce trends.

    But a significant portion of the population will remain uninsured even with the law fully implemented. And the costs to individuals and employers, while lower than previous estimates, still provide critics of the law with ample fodder.

    Below are some additional highlights from the CBO report:

    Twelve million more non-elderly people will have health insurance in 2014 than if Obamacare had not become law. CBO's projections on this crucial measure of the law's success are higher than recent surveys from the Rand Corp., which estimated a 9.3 million reduction, and from Gallup, which shows a 3.5 million decline.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Apr 14, 2014 3:41 PM Flag

    Drooler, we do it all the time when Russian warships are in the ocean. China and Russia and the US all do that, all the time. In international waters, there is no law against doing what the Russians did. And no warship is going to shoot a plane out of the sky.

    Stop being so scared, admit your jungle love for Michelle, and get on with your life.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Hillary hit in face with a hobnail boot

    by euphemisms2you Apr 11, 2014 3:24 PM
    pilodialcyst pilodialcyst Apr 14, 2014 7:55 AM Flag

    Cowpaddy99 has a very serious case of jungle love for Michelle.

    Can't keep his eyes off her hips.

    Does your catheter throb???

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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