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red_state_leech 128 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 24, 2015 5:11 PM Member since: Dec 29, 2012
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  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 24, 2015 5:11 PM Flag

    I guess Goober doesn't know how to use the message board search function?

  • Negative net worth makes you an honorary Tea Party M0r0n, but you still have to bounce checks all over the place if you expect to run for high public office?
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    Oregon Tea Party founder hasn't paid his mortgage in three years

    Apparently "fiscal and personal responsibility" are for other people. He hasn't made a mortgage payment in over three years. And the process servers can't find him:
    Washington County court records show Kuzmanich is more than three years behind in mortgage payments on a Beaverton duplex. The lender, the Federal National Mortgage Association, better known as Fannie Mae, has gone to extraordinary lengths—unsuccessfully, so far—to find Kuzmanich and serve him with court papers.
    Kuzmanich, 45, is a University of Iowa grad who built a family trucking business and worked as a mortgage broker. He burst onto the political scene in 2009, founding the Oregon Tea Party and launching a bid for the 1st Congressional District seat then held by U.S. Rep. David Wu (D-Ore.).

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    Scott Ashjian is the Tea Party Senatorial candidate for Nevada’s 2010 election. He is uniquely plagued by persistent financial woes and has one incident of check fraud (sending a bad check of $5,000) and tax liens on $200,000 of IRS debt.
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    Well, it turns out that the Tea Party Congressman who got elected preaching fiscal responsibility is fiscally irresponsible AND morally bankrupt. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Walsh owes 9 years worth of child support which comes out to an astonishing $117,000.
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    While U.S. Rep. Tom Graves was calling for fiscal responsibility in Washington his attorney was arguing in a lawsuit that a North Georgia bank is at fault for issuing Graves a $2.2 million loan the bank knew he could not repay.

    Graves was fighting a lawsuit along with business partner Chip Rogers, the state Senate majority leader. The two Republicans, through a limited-liability company, used the loan to purchase and renovate a Calhoun motel that quickly went under.

  • Reply to

    GOP PASSES bill restricting abortion funding

    by c8w73 Jan 22, 2015 4:33 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 22, 2015 5:10 PM Flag

    That would mean that all the hopeless welfare states that voted more than 60 Percent for Romney will look just like Somalia in 90 days or less.

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    GOP Welfare Queen Joni Ernst!

    by trueallday Jan 22, 2015 9:48 AM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 22, 2015 1:56 PM Flag

    This is why she's a welfare red state SENATOR and AirHead Bachman at a mere $160K a year in crop subsidy direct payments was just a Blue State Congresswoman!

    (With a law degree that came out of a Cracker Jacks box....)

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 22, 2015 12:51 PM Flag

    Eliminate Red State WELFARE and we could do it in about six years.

    (Ignorant rubes who voted for the Bush Disaster might actually have to WORK for a living or FARM some vacant land, but you have to break some eggs to make an omelet?)

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 22, 2015 12:49 PM Flag

    We did pay the Reagan debt back. At 16 percent interest to the Japanese. Every dollar that the B-Movie con man borrowed came back to Japan as almost three dollars.

    (Alabama and Mississippi might even be jealous, they weren't getting that much back at the time themselves?)

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 22, 2015 11:08 AM Flag

    Bush had all sorts of success in the housing department himself?

    Put Washington Mutual, CountryWide and ultimately Merrill Lynch out of business just like they were typical TX oil patch flim-flam outfits, remember?

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    ...if you own something, you have a vital stake in the future of our country. The more ownership there is in America, the more vitality there is in America, and the more people have a vital stake in the future of this country. - President George W. Bush, June 17, 2004

    We're creating... an ownership society in this country, where more Americans than ever will be able to open up their door where they live and say, welcome to my house, welcome to my piece of property. - President George W. Bush, October 2004
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    The decline of the middle class

    by w.heinlein Jan 20, 2015 6:37 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 21, 2015 2:44 PM Flag

    Especially in the hopeless WELFARE Red States of course! Look at how many ignorant subsidy Apes who voted for the Bush Disaster are on Food Stamps right now?

    Alabama 18.79%
    Arizona 15.88%
    Arkansas 16.78%
    California 11.21%
    Colorado 9.58%
    Florida 18.01%
    Georgia 17.80%
    Kentucky 19.11%
    Louisiana 19.27%
    Mississippi 22.23%
    Missouri 14.58%
    South Carolina 17.93%
    Tennessee 20.30%
    Texas 14.81%
    West Virginia 19.13%

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 20, 2015 6:16 PM Flag

    She sure didn't have any airplanes taken by the Chinese like the idiot cokehead JOKE President that all you ignorant welfare state slugs voted for TWICE did either?

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    Bush's Dow 7949. Obama's Dow 17511

    by ursofulofkrap Jan 18, 2015 8:43 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 20, 2015 1:00 PM Flag

    Not really an issue in WELFARE Red State America...most of their money is tied up in Meth and Ammunition.

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    Bush's Dow 7949. Obama's Dow 17511

    by ursofulofkrap Jan 18, 2015 8:43 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 20, 2015 11:08 AM Flag

    Bush ran the debt up to $11.8 Trillion ON THE BOOKS lying Fox News @$$clown!

    2009 United States federal budget - $3.1 trillion (submitted 2008 by President Bush)
    ($1.47 Trillion deficit, highest in the country's history, leaves national debt at $11.8 Trillion)
    2008 United States federal budget - $2.9 trillion (submitted 2007 by President Bush)
    2007 United States federal budget - $2.8 trillion (submitted 2006 by President Bush)
    2006 United States federal budget - $2.7 trillion (submitted 2005 by President Bush)
    2005 United States federal budget - $2.4 trillion (submitted 2004 by President Bush)
    2004 United States federal budget - $2.3 trillion (submitted 2003 by President Bush)
    2003 United States federal budget - $2.2 trillion (submitted 2002 by President Bush)
    2002 United States federal budget - $2.0 trillion (submitted 2001 by President Bush)

    (And $14 Trillion off the books; mostly because all you ignorant primates were STUPID enough to actually believe his sleazy Enron War Accounting and all his other big lies.)

    Imagine if they gave red state welfare Apes a literacy test before they let them vote for low rent carnival barkers like Haley Barbour, Jim DeMint and Tom De Laid in Prison?

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    The Misinformed Tea Party Movement

    by askitton Jan 19, 2015 9:01 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 19, 2015 9:11 PM Flag

    A children's crusade full of inbred cretins who can't even pay their own bills? Even the loudmouth snake oil salesmen who end up in Congress!
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    While U.S. Rep. Tom Graves was calling for fiscal responsibility in Washington his attorney was arguing in a lawsuit that a North Georgia bank is at fault for issuing Graves a $2.2 million loan the bank knew he could not repay.

    Graves was fighting a lawsuit along with business partner Chip Rogers, the state Senate majority leader. The two Republicans, through a limited-liability company, used the loan to purchase and renovate a Calhoun motel that quickly went under.

    The bank sued, alleging the two defaulted on the loan. The politicians filed counterclaims against the bank, accusing it of improperly declaring the loan in default after reneging on a promise to refinance it at more favorable terms. Both parties dismissed their claims Wednesday, a day before they were scheduled to attend a hearing on the case in Calhoun. Graves said through a spokesman that the case has been “fully resolved in an equitable and fair manner.” An attorney for the bank declined to comment.
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    Far from being an undecided voter carefully weighing the issues, Samuel Joe Wurzelbacher was a registered Republican who had voted in the party’s primaries. Most scandalously of all, he owed more than $1,000 to the state of Ohio in unpaid property taxes – hardly the conscientious grafter held up to the nation as an example of how Barack Obama’s tax plan would shatter the American dream.

    Even the very claim which elevated him to national prominence was debunked. The plumbing company he planned to buy wasn't making the $250,000 that would see his taxes increase under Mr Obama – in fact it was making roughly half that. Joe himself was earning some $40,000 a year – a sum which would instead make him eligible for substantial tax cuts under the Democratic plan.

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    It turns out that O’Donnell is a deadbeat. She stopped paying her mortgage in October of 2007 while the bank filed the papers in March of 2008 to seize the house. She refused to contest the case and a summary judgment of foreclosure was entered against the property in May. According to a Lexis-Nexis search, the foreclosure was “stayed” – the house had been foreclosed but the sheriff sale had not commenced – when she sold the house to her boyfriend and legal counsel who then paid the outstanding balance as well as more than $2,000 in interest and legal fees.

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  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 19, 2015 4:30 PM Flag

    Apology? Yeah right!

    They haven't eve\n told all these inbred welfare state rubes that someone else is in the joint for the murder of Chandra Levy yet!

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 17, 2015 2:08 PM Flag

    I thought all you sub-human slugs were flat sure that the entire known Universe is just 6000 years old? That's how you can vote for the low rent carnival barkers that you do?

    In which case, what ice age?

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 17, 2015 2:02 PM Flag

    Just like fiscal train wreck Kansas gets paid EVERY YEAR for not farming?

    (Turns out that Reoublican loudmouths are real good at not farming everywhere they they go. They bad mouth "big gubmint" out of the other side of their shameless parasite mouths..)

  • Reply to

    New York times has a headline...

    by ndfirstsection Jan 16, 2015 1:46 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 16, 2015 4:11 PM Flag

    You still think that Bush was even remotely honest when he promised "small gubmint?"
    (This is a 55 percent INCREASE in case you went to grade school in a red state?)

    2009 United States federal budget - $3.1 trillion (submitted 2008 by President Bush)
    ($1.47 Trillion deficit, highest in the country's history, leaves national debt at $11.8 Trillion)
    2008 United States federal budget - $2.9 trillion (submitted 2007 by President Bush)
    2007 United States federal budget - $2.8 trillion (submitted 2006 by President Bush)
    2006 United States federal budget - $2.7 trillion (submitted 2005 by President Bush)
    2005 United States federal budget - $2.4 trillion (submitted 2004 by President Bush)
    2004 United States federal budget - $2.3 trillion (submitted 2003 by President Bush)
    2003 United States federal budget - $2.2 trillion (submitted 2002 by President Bush)
    2002 United States federal budget - $2.0 trillion (submitted 2001 by President Bush)

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 16, 2015 2:53 PM Flag

    Since you brought it up the SSID percentages have pretty much doubled all across the red states since 2006 or so. Four years ago nobody was over eight percent anywhere.

    (Maybe they shouldn't be voting for people like Bush II or Romney who never saw an offshore outsourcing deal that they didn't like?)

  • Reply to

    Pragmatism vs. Ideology

    by w.heinlein Jan 15, 2015 1:19 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 16, 2015 11:18 AM Flag

    The more the Obama economy flourishes the more absurd the lies from the Party of shameless parasites will be.

    (Usually by this point, that is the last two years of an eight year stretch, a Republican con man is crashing the Banking system and bailing people out?)

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 15, 2015 6:36 PM Flag

    That theory assumes that they held down a steady taxable job most their lives, doesn't it?

    If you were ignorant enough to vote for Sarah Palin or Mitch McConnell that is a bit of a stretch in my opinion?

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Jan 15, 2015 5:57 PM Flag

    At least when a dishonest Republican scumb@g "massages" data he starts a Four Trillion Dollar war over it and then a few hundred thousand people get to die for absolutely nothing as a direct result? (And the Chinese get all the oil afterward without a whimper because Fox News keeps them dumber than a bag full of rocks every step of the way.)

    By the way the last time lang actually got his hands dirty in this area he quickly confused subsidized crop insurance with crop subsidy direct payments. (Both of them are nearly red state monopolies from way way back but you need to lose your crop to collect on the former.)

    TX is number one in subsidized Insurance, Illinois or Iowa is number one for crop subsidies.

    The following data that clearly establishes TX as the number one subsidy pig in the known universe (raw volume wise, as opposed to percentage wise,) comes from a website called EWG Farm Subsidies.

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    $27.3 billion in subsidies 1995-2012.
    $15.6 billion in commodity subsidies.
    $5.08 billion in crop insurance subsidies.
    $3.04 billion in conservation subsidies.
    $3.58 billion in disaster subsidies.
    {{{{{Texas ranking: 1 of 50 States}}}}} WAY TO GO RICK PERRY!!!!
    81 percent of farms in Texas did not collect subsidy payments - according to USDA.
    Ten percent collected 78 percent of all subsidies.
    Amounting to $17.3 billion over 18 years.
    Top 10%: $42,205 average per year between 1995 and 2012.
    Bottom 80%: $671 average per year between 1995 and 2012.
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    Note that it's not the mom and pop farmers getting on on this never-ending Federal largesse?

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