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stocktor_evil 93 posts  |  Last Activity: 15 hours ago Member since: Jun 4, 2009
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  • Reply to

    Irony....

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 28, 2014 12:16 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil 15 hours ago Flag

    And his computer was hacked?

    That is irony.

  • Reply to

    Irony....

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 28, 2014 12:16 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 28, 2014 7:07 PM Flag

    Perhaps he's a descendent of Uncle Ben of Uncle Ben's Rice fame. It's okay rice, isn't it?

    Antoine Dubuclet (1810 – December 18, 1887) was the Republican state treasurer of Louisiana from 1868 to 1878. Dubuclet was the first person of African descent to hold the office of Louisiana Treasurer.

    Dubuclet was born in Iberville Parish, Louisiana. He was the son of Antoine Dubuclet, Sr and Rosale (Belly), both were free blacks; his father was part owner of Cedar Grove, a successful sugar plantation. Upon his father's death Dubuclet took over his father's responsibilities and assisted in managing the plantation which held over 70 slaves.

    The above is not merely anecdotal.

  • The Department of Energy announced that is is now taking applications for up to $4 billion of federal loan guarantees for renewable and energy-efficiency projects.

    In addition to stating that losses thus far have stayed under the $10 billion limit (congratulations! What difference does another $10 billion wasted make?) set by Congress, Energy Secretary Moniz added:

    Through previous loan guarantees and other investments, the department is already helping launch or jumpstart entire industries in the U.S., from utility-scale wind and solar to nuclear and lower-carbon fossil energy.
    Today’s announcement will help build on and accelerate that success.

    The failures of the program on the taxpayer’s dime are well known: Solyndra lost $535 million, A123 lost $249 million, Abound Solar had a $400 million guarantee (only lost about $70 million, and Fisker Automotive had $529 million in guarantees, just to name a few.

    But in a tard's mind this is success. Who keeps score anyway? This using more energy to produce corn ethanol than you get out of it, these solar panels that are only 10% efficient and only work 1/4th of the time providing 2% of our energy needs, these rare birds being swatted down by the blades of wind generators on the rare occasion the wind is blowing (and let's not forget these left wing loons who think the Russian have some Tesla designed perpetual energy generator bonobo has yet to hear of to throw several billion at),.... don't have to actually work, they feel good. And that's what's important.

    Like Pelosi saying we must pass bonobocare to see what's in it. It made tards all feel good that bonobocare was passed. They celebrated. And now that 50% of the population or 160 million tards got it passed, a whole 2 million of them have started paying for it. But it felt good.

    This short term "feeling good" is what made America what it is. That's what the founding fathers wanted, a gov't to collect taxes so they could waste trillions on PC nonsense.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 17, 2014 2:36 PM Flag

    Your indoctrinators must have forgotten to let you know that bonobo's economy shrunk by 3% in Q1 or that that was a larger decline than the one right after the tard induced financial collapse of 2008/9. Then it only fell by 2%.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 17, 2014 12:59 PM Flag

    LOL. Accept that your exceptional stupidity is a mental liability.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 17, 2014 8:47 AM Flag

    Like a frog in the pot, you don't even know you're being cooked. Your indoctrinators did especially well with you.

    In the early part of the 20th century, the US didn't say "bring us your tired,.... and when you get here, there's $60k worth of financial support waiting" for your uneducated disease ridden criminalasses. No if you get here, we're going to vet you at Ellis Island, you better have some coin to support yourself and get a job for whatever pay your sorry skills will get you in the free market.

    What we have in your bonobo and his merry band if remaking America tards, is putting everyone who enters on the tax payer dime. If that ain't socialism, I don't know what is. But it doesn't stop there. Once you get under the Govs financial control, now they can control everything else,.... what you can eat, where you can go,......and the loss of many other freedoms, all the way up to you can vote for. Once they've got your ilk enslaved, trapped in poverty and trained to vote for more of the same, they can move on to buy more slaves maintaining power at the expense of your freedom and ability to rise above the boiling sqalor you find yourself in.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 17, 2014 8:25 AM Flag

    LOL. What color is the sky in your yard world?

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 17, 2014 8:24 AM Flag

    Would were it true, household welfare benefits probably approach $50k/yr, and therefore would explain how that tard falsehood might come about.

    The facts are if you break income up by low, middle & high, dems & independents make up the overwhelming majority of low income and Republicans historically exceed dems in the high income bracket by over 50%, although bonobo has insured the last few years that the incomes of all in the high bracket converge on all time lows.
    That's socialism for ya. It's impact is to make all equally miserable.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 16, 2014 9:41 PM Flag

    Here are the real facts -

    bonobo's nonfarm payrolls just reached the previous all time high reached during the Bush admin in 2008. It only took the tards 6 years to get back to 2008 square one. There are NO net gains in nonfarm payrolls since 2008.

    What's worse, there are 20 million more people in the US now than in 2008. So if the population is 320 M now vs 300 M then, that's a 7% increase. For bonobo to just be even with Bush, he'd have to have 147 Million nonfarm payrolls.

    He's only 9 million nonfarm payrolls short to catch up with Bush.

    Which once again proves bonobo's THE worst POTUS in US history. 75% of blacks are even now saying that.

    What a POS-POTUS. LOL

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 16, 2014 9:27 AM Flag

    Easy. Show that the above are just straw men made up by tards. Eg, how many women has bill then Hillary destroyed?

    And then show how bonobo has destroyed the country with;

    socialism,
    deficits 5 times Bush's,
    GDP growth 1/5th Bush's,
    # of billions wasted on alternative energy and global warming scams 20 times Bush,
    Debt 2 times Bush's,
    Length if time mired in recession 5 times longer than Bush,
    Nonfarm payrolls 10% less than Bush's,
    Unemployment for Blacks 2 times Bush's,
    Welfare 50% more than Bush or Clintons,
    Scandals 20 times Bush's ,
    Constitutional violations 20 times Bush's,
    Illegal immigration 20 times Bush's,
    Number of inner city blacks who no longer support bonobo 20 times more since 2008,
    and on and on,...

    It'll be a cake walk for republicans.

    The only thing that might screw it up for Republicans is if tards don't run Hillary, Biden, Cuomo, Howard Dean, Elizabeth Warren, Chris Christie, or any other tard.

  • Reply to

    DOJ Settlement Imminent - News Pending (Per WSJ)

    by rjidley17 Jul 8, 2014 4:56 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 8, 2014 11:30 PM Flag

    All of the news articles say $7 billion. Oh you're not counting the $3 bil in loan and principal forgiveness part.

    $4 billion cash, $3 billion in comps. That'll make loan losses look much better in a smoke and mirrors sort of way.

    Got it.

  • stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 8, 2014 11:22 PM Flag

    I can't start.

    Are you hoping it's true or false?

  • Reply to

    According to DHS...

    by jimmydugan503 Jul 8, 2014 5:18 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 8, 2014 11:13 PM Flag

    There are no intentions of bonobo and clan turning them back. They told them to come in the first place.

    It would be interesting to see what the age demographics are for these illegal #$%$. They would have us believe they're all helpless prepubescent chirens. I would suspect the bell curve falls somewhere around 16, just enough time to get them amnesty, on the welfare state and all indoctrinated up to vote for democrats in 2016.

    Republicans could fight fire with fire. Tell all of the hot well educated traditional Ukrainian women, I mean chirens, wanting to flee Putins smelly grip who would love to come and replace the common place & complacent big government bonobo supporting hags here, to come on over and get adoptisized. I'll take 5 or 10 myself.

  • ....We [have] Been Reading the Declaration of Independence All Wrong?

    Allen, speaking to the Times, argues that Thomas Jefferson intended to emphasize the second part of this passage — the role of the government — equally with the individual rights in the first part. Instead, with the period in place, there's an implied hierarchy. So you can begin to see how one little punctuation mark's presence or absence could become the subject of heated debate among those who have strong opinions about the role of government as it concerns individual liberty. Although the punctuation mark is still very much up for debate among experts, Allen has convinced several scholars that she might be on to something. The National Archives told the Times that they "want to take advantage of this possible new discovery" and find a way to re-examine the incredibly fragile original Declaration of Independence.

    But the second part also says

    --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government,....

    Emphasis on "people" not the government to alter or abolish it,... as the community organizer has been doing for over 5 years.

    If we get stuck with another tard controlled government in 2016, it's time for the people to abolish it.

  • Reply to

    July 4th Holiday & Freedom

    by wiskerbisquet57 Jul 3, 2014 2:59 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 4, 2014 9:56 AM Flag

    First I give you cause and effect, then provide the independent variable, not to mention results, and the only response your indoctrination will allow you to provide is... the answer is not an answer?

    Wake up and smell the coffee, bonobo boy. Your king ain't wearing any clothes. And an overwhelming majority knows it.

  • Reply to

    July 4th Holiday & Freedom

    by wiskerbisquet57 Jul 3, 2014 2:59 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 4, 2014 9:20 AM Flag

    LOL I can see you get your tard indoctrination from MSNBC if you can't provide an educated response, use personal attacks. Or you're the typical clueless bonobo supporter who just voted for him to "get some bonobo cash from his stash", trailer boy.

    "HOW DOES A PRESIDENT GENERATE A DEFICIT ??"

    Obviously you have no clue about fiscal or economic metrics.

    Same way one generates a surplus or a balanced budget. Policy. Or are you claiming Clinton isn't taking credit for the surpluses his second term or you tards aren't blaming Bush for his average 3% deficits?

    Or more specifically, his first year in office just for starters bonobo's failed $800 billion stimulus plan passed in Feb '09 with democrats running both houses of congress added,......guess what to spending,.... that's right just shout out the answer if you know it,...... $800 billion to his total $1.4 trillion deficit.

    Since then he's fallen for this Chris Romer nonsensical tard idea that for every dollar wasted on welfare, you get $1.60 back. Obviously that's been proven false. bonobo has deficit spent on avergae 8% of GDP and gotten 1 to 2% growth. And last q the economy shrank by 2.9%. He's lost a whole year. Oh that's right you tards blame the coldest winter on record at the height of global warming for bonobo's failed policies.

    bonobo wasn't voted by an overwhelming majority of Americans the worst president since the end of WWII for nothing, welfare boy. If you think he's not, you're in a very small clueless minority.

  • Reply to

    July 4th Holiday & Freedom

    by wiskerbisquet57 Jul 3, 2014 2:59 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 4, 2014 8:07 AM Flag

    He would have been as bad if not worse than prez bonobo. LBJ started this whole class warfare war on poverty with his oxymoronic "Great Society" and let's not mention Vietnam. He didn't generate bonobo's 8% deficiits, but the similarities to bonobo's failed policies (or more accurately his incompetent stumbling around in the Executive Office) and LBJ's are uncanny.

    We've spent trillions on poverty and much thanks to LBJ and bonobo, we have more in poverty than we ever had or should have.

    Now Kennedy, although a democrat (he'd be a conservative today- "ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country"), would be 4 score better than bonobo, the oval office occupier America agrees is the worst president since WWII.

  • Reply to

    New plan to save the economy....

    by okayrice1 Jul 2, 2014 8:30 PM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jul 2, 2014 9:25 PM Flag

    Didn't they send Bernie Madoff to prison for practicing a similar theory? Ponzi Schemonomics? Payoff current clients with money from new enrollees?

    Yeah forget about innovation, production, exports,... growing the economy with economics, job creating probusiness policies,... That's never worked. You grow the economy by adding children to the welfare state.

    I think we see where bonobo got his latest scheme to inject a bunch of disease ridden illegal alien children into his welfare state. What's ironic is, the tards are pro abortion. They kill their own children but then are for bringing in these used, unwanted, uneducated, unrelated, illiterate, non-english speaking, dirt poor, wretches of Latin society and soon to be prison inmates and economic and social dregs of American society..

  • Reply to

    Bobama will leave office with troops in Iraq

    by ice_cold_549 Jun 29, 2014 8:15 AM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jun 29, 2014 8:25 PM Flag

    bonobo was chosen and got elected because he "looks clean". Just ask Joe Biden, another political rocket scientist.

    It wasn't because he has any Lincolnesque (the president, a republican mind you, bonobo admires most. It seems if he had any sense he would have named a democrat, but I guess he knows his supporters wouldn't know the difference anyway.) leadership qualities. Just the fact that he had dark skin and that he washed it. That's more than enough for a lib, hellbent on destroying the country.

  • Reply to

    Bobama will leave office with troops in Iraq

    by ice_cold_549 Jun 29, 2014 8:15 AM
    stocktor_evil stocktor_evil Jun 29, 2014 8:14 PM Flag

    "Barack Obama is leading the Country..."

    If you mean by "leading" he's destroying the country, then he's doing just a fine job of "leading", regardless of whether the destroying was his intent or just the result of his complete incompetence.

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