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red_state_leech 118 posts  |  Last Activity: 12 hours ago Member since: Dec 29, 2012
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  • red_state_leech red_state_leech 12 hours ago Flag

    The original poster didn't say parasitic WELFARE states?

  • Reply to

    Russia To Cut Military 10%

    by trueallday 15 hours ago
    red_state_leech red_state_leech 14 hours ago Flag

    "Cutting the fat off the military" would be a HUGE hit to the hopeless WELFARE red states that gave us the Bush Disaster. The contributor Blue States already took this fiscal setback back when the Cold War ended.

    Imagine what this reduction would to to their stone age school systems already teaching creationist fables? And what kind of low rent con artists (see Haley Barbour, Jim DeMint, Aggie JOKE Rick Perry,) the products of those places would elect to high office in 15-20 years?

    Yikes?

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 24, 2015 6:15 PM Flag

    Doesn't mean a thing on Fox News for Inbred Chumps- they still haven't even told all the welfare state parasite cretins that someone else is in prison for killing Chandra Levy yet, remember?
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    In February 2003, a Florida Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with an assertion by FOX News that there is no rule against distorting or falsifying the news in the United States.

    Fox editors then tried to force Akre and Wilson to continue to produce the distorted story. When they refused and threatened to report Fox's actions to the FCC, they were both fired.

    "It is up to the station whether or not it wants to report honestly. "

    During their appeal, FOX asserted that there are no written rules against distorting news in the media. They argued that, under the First Amendment, broadcasters have the right to lie or deliberately distort news reports on public airwaves
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    TEA PARTY

    by c8w73 Feb 22, 2015 4:45 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 22, 2015 8:16 PM Flag

    Droolimng neoCONNED Apes who can't even pay their own bills? Nobody takes these 65 IQ sub-humans seriously,;least of all the Koch Party snake oil salesmen who con them.
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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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    Tthe real Democratic War on Women

    by springer_1994 Feb 20, 2015 2:09 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 20, 2015 6:08 PM Flag

    That's why you have been LEECHING off of them ever since 1866, right?

    Oregon $0.93
    Michigan $0.92
    Washington $0.88
    Wisconsin $0.86
    Massachusetts $0.82
    Colorado $0.81
    New York $0.79
    California $0.78
    Delaware $0.77
    Illinois $0.75
    Minnesota $0.72
    New Hampshire $0.71
    Connecticut $0.69
    Nevada $0.65
    New Jersey $0.61

  • Reply to

    Mystery Solved

    by springer_1994 Feb 20, 2015 9:53 AM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 20, 2015 10:34 AM Flag

    The minute you say "mooshelle:" you expose yourself as a totally clueless Fox news Ret@rd who hasn't had an original thought in his empty head since Gerald Ford was in the White House.

    So thanks for $10 TRILLION Bush disaster, drooling neoCONNED rube.....that crosseyed pinhead would have never been elected dogcatcher in a halfway educated northern state.

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    Explaining vs. Justifying

    by w.heinlein Feb 17, 2015 7:27 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 19, 2015 6:04 PM Flag

    But there were neoCONNED apes on this forum saying that the troop should have all been out of there by the end of February 2009?

    Say did Fox ever tell any of you pathetic CHUMPS that the Chinese got all the Iraqi Oil that our servicemen fought and died for under false pretenses?

    (I didn't THINK so..)

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 19, 2015 9:37 AM Flag

    I thought being "conservative" meant that you always had some money laying around to pay your bills?
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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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  • Looks like the lying GED @$$clown Scott Walker is every bit the totally useless Tea Party DeadBeat as Joe the Non-Plumber and Christine "Witchcraft" O' Donnell ever were?

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    (Bloomberg) -- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, facing a $283 million deficit that needs to be closed by the end of June, will skip more than $100 million in debt payments to balance the books thrown into disarray by his tax cuts.

    The move comes as Walker, 47, mounts a 2016 bid for the Republican presidential nomination, and while his state is under stress from a projected shortfall that could exceed $2 billion in the two-year budget beginning in July.

    Delaying the $108 million principal payment due in May on short-term debt would free funds. The move doesn’t require legislative approval, the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau said in a Feb. 13 memorandum. The terms of the debt sale allow Wisconsin to defer the payment in any given year, a procedure known as a restructuring, without defaulting.

    ...Walker’s plan would increase debt-service bills by $545,000 in the next budget year, which starts July 1, and by $18.7 million in the one after that.

    Berry said Walker has little room to maneuver.

    “That’s a lot of money to try to find in four-to-five months, if you do it through cuts,” Berry said.

    Since taking office in 2011, Walker has steered more than $2 billion in tax cuts through the Republican-controlled legislature.
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  • Reply to

    More egregious behavior

    by springer_1994 Feb 18, 2015 7:40 AM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 18, 2015 9:57 AM Flag

    You voted for an airhead TRAMP named Palin with no more than five seconds of honest forethought.

    Therefore you have no business calling anyone on the face of the earth "stupid," welfare state parasite m0r0n!

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    How To Help The GOP Choose A Losing Candidate

    by trueallday Feb 17, 2015 2:51 PM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 18, 2015 7:54 AM Flag

    "Victorious" at stiffing your creditors because that's ALL that you inbred Apes are any good at...
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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.

    Scott Ashjian has now filed for bankruptcy online over Memorial Day weekend. His bankruptcy filing pertains to his business.
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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. While Walsh claims that he won’t place one more dollar of debt of our kids, he has placed $117,000 worth of debt on his own kids.

    Before getting elected, he had told Laura Walsh that because he was out of work or between jobs, he could not make child support payments.
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  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 17, 2015 11:07 AM Flag

    Then there's the Kalamazoo River debacle where the foreign owned pipeline company didn't even INFORM anyone for 19 hours. (Mostly because the professional polluters didn't know themselves for the first twelve of them.)

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    Further, leaks in DilBit pipelines can be more difficult to detect because the natural gas condensate, the substance used to dilute raw bitumen, can change from a liquid to a gas, forming a gas bubble or "column separation" in the pipeline and slowing the flow of oil. This gas bubble presents many of the same signs as a pipeline leak, making it difficult to tell when a leak is actually happening. This is what is reported to have occurred in Enbridge's Kalamazoo River spill last summer. It took Enbridge 12 hours to notice that the "column separation" was actually a 20,000-barrel leak ($1.7 million of oil at today's price) and shut down the pipeline and another seven hours to notify emergency responders.
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    This even though people were forced out of their houses the very first night, never to return.
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    Reports indicate some of these health effects were demonstrated after Enbridge's Michigan spill. Sixty per cent of residents near the spill experienced respiratory, gastrointestinal and neurological symptoms consistent with acute exposure to DilBit.
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    Still no end in sight to this one almost five years and $1.2 BILLION later!

  • Reply to

    Why libs hate Walker

    by langosta_fla Feb 13, 2015 10:08 AM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 13, 2015 11:33 AM Flag

    Academic disaster sure didn't hurt Goober Rick Perry none?

    Then again that was Texass...four terms as Governor $50 Billion in budget shortfalls $18 Bil in stimulus money that never hit the streets plus fifteen percent of the state on Food Stamps; and then the public finally finds out that he can even count to three!

    No wonder this clown and his Swiftboat handlers always avoided the debate format? His roommate at A & M said watching this guy trying to get past organic chemistry was downright depressing.

  • Holy "too big to fail," Batman? Has this cr@p ever worked anywhere??
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    The Kansas Public Employees Retirement System is currently funded at less than 60 percent of the level necessary to pay full benefits to current and future retirees. The state has been working to bring the fund to the 80 percent level by the middle of the next decade, but tax cuts pushed through the legislature by Gov. Sam Brownback have left the state chronically short of revenue, making those pension payments more of a burden than they used to be.

    Brownback is pressing the state legislature to approve the issuance of between $1 billion and $1.5 billion in so-called “pension obligation bonds.” The revenue from the bond offering would be immediately invested in the state pension fund, boosting both its bottom line and its capacity to produce investment returns. Brownback, who was reelected to a second four-year term in November, inherited a chronically underfunded pension system when he took office in 2011, though the funding levels initially fell further early in his first term.

    The state will pay the bondholders from general revenue, not from the pension fund. But proponents insist this is a good deal for taxpayers, because they assume the earnings from the new money injected into the pension fund will be higher than the interest rate the state has to pay on the bonds. That means that the pension fund will stay on track to meet its growth target while the legislature, on net, spends less money to make that happen.

    The catch, of course, is that this is essentially a bet. Kansas taxpayers, and possibly its retirees, would lose big if the spread between the interest rate on the bonds and the pension fund’s investment returns isn’t wide enough or goes negative.
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  • Reply to

    A real indicater

    by springer_1994 Feb 11, 2015 7:34 AM
    red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 11, 2015 7:36 AM Flag

    All in the hopeless parasite WELFARE Red States that caused the Bush Disaster too!

    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 Feb 10, 2015 2:16 PM Flag

    Maybe the welfare state crackers should be boycotting too?

    Imagine how far the Billions we send to Israel every year would go if it was ever distributed to ignorant cretins who voted for Palin in the form of crop subsidies, FEMA bail outs and SSI Disability checks?

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 9, 2015 4:44 PM Flag

    Leeching off the intelligent productive part of the country since 1866 and voting for sleazy con artists like
    George W. Bust and then Airhead Tramps like Sarah Palin after that.

  • Quote from the same former roommate.

    I guess that once you have panned off a cokehead serial embezzler and after that an Airhead Tramp from a major league WELFARE state, you probably must think you can get away with just about anything after that?

  • red_state_leech red_state_leech Feb 5, 2015 4:05 PM Flag

    She wouldn't buy a reverse mortgage from Fred Thompson at age 34?

    Who else remembers when the pathetic WELFARE Red States used to elect great statesmen like old Sam Ervin anyway?

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