Sarah Palin Readies Bus Tour Amid 2012 Speculation

Discussion in 'Kiddie Korner' started by Cerise, May 28, 2011.

  1. ResearchMonkey

    ResearchMonkey Well-Known Member

    OK, the market (if you can even call it that in its current state) is not the economy. The reality is our outlook is piss-poor.

    If your metric are so wonderful on a broad scale reflecting a recovery why is anyone even worried? It's a simple question.

    Explain it to me in detail.
  2. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    your outlook is. and it has been for a while. wake up.
  3. ResearchMonkey

    ResearchMonkey Well-Known Member

    Here you go... from Obama's chief of staff
    Daley can’t defend Obama’s ‘indefensible’ economic policies Fri Jun 17, 1:21 pm ET

    White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley took heat from business executives Thursday for the Obama administration’s regulatory expansions. Daley also said he didn’t have any good answers for some of what President Obama is doing and expressed frustration about the “bureaucratic stuff that’s hard to defend.”

    “Sometimes you can’t defend the indefensible,” Daley said at a National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) meeting.

    Daley couldn’t answer basic questions and continually faced criticism from the executives in the room. The business leaders even applauded each other’s criticism of the administration. “At one point, the room erupted in applause when Massachusetts utility executive Doug Starrett, his voice shaking with emotion, accused the administration of blocking construction on one of his facilities to protect fish, saying government ‘throws sand into the gears of progress,’” wrote Peter Wallsten and Jia Lynn Yang in the Washington Post.

    Americans for Limited Government Communications Director and former Labor Department Public Affairs Chief of Staff Rick Manning told The Daily Caller that Daley’s inability to defend Obama’s regulations is an indication that the administration’s plans aren’t working. Manning also points out that Daley’s meeting may have large political implications.

    “Business community to William Daley, your Jedi tricks don’t work on us,”.....

    Obama indefensible policies

    Not a jedi are you.
  4. spike

    spike New Member

    This coming from the guy who can't seem to focus on the facts in front of his face because they don't agree with his fantasy. That is insane useful idiocy.

    As the article says some liberal groups want Obama to do more about gay rights and withdraw from Afghanistan. This is irrelevant to the current discussion and a transparent attempt by you to change the subject when you're wrong.

    I don't remember the Tea Party being there but who won [depends on who you ask](

    I'd go with Ron Paul winning. Yes, he founded the Tea Party but then Fox stole it from him and his supporters aren't really behind it anymore.

    So your saying Bush was dangerous. I'll agree with that.

    Huurrrrrr......duuurrrrrr....commies. Lulz.

    Once again showing complete ignorance of what communism is. You're like a cartoon. :laugh:

    Can you show me where the numbers come from?

    Dude, I know you have trouble seeing this stuff but it's right in the bottom corner.

    I'd imagine you can find that stuff on your own. This one is interesting though. Shows how that surplus got killed.


    Lie. Bush's policy was to not find him. See his quotes.
  5. ResearchMonkey

    ResearchMonkey Well-Known Member

    Yeah, If I were you I'd be squirming too if i saw all my commie ways going down flames.

    I tire of your living in the past as if that might help us today, it wont. Come up to present time and deal with whats going on in the real world.

    This jumps out at me...

    Not along ago you claimed some white supremacist founded the tea party, you also claimed Dick Army founded the tea party. Seems you also said the Koch bros are the Tea Party. You're all over the board again.

    Coming from the guy who was certain Palin was responsible for the shooting-in-the-face of a dim congresswoman I shouldn't really be surprised.

    I created a video about a Tea Party uprising before the Tea Party took to the stage. maybe I invented the Tea Party. lolololol

    I guess you really don't get the grass roots of the Tea Party, or much anything not spoon-fed to you, all.

    Enjoy your lifes failures spike.
  6. spike

    spike New Member

    Huuurrrrrrrrr.......duurrrrrrr....commie. LOL.

    I'll take that as you have nothing to counter the facts and have nothing left but idiotic trolling.

    Hey, predictably you thought you'd try some straw men when you got flogged in the discussion. Reality sucks for you huh?
  7. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    hah dick army.
  8. ResearchMonkey

    ResearchMonkey Well-Known Member

    spike. I've given you ample data that is current and honest. If you cannot weave the facts together and realize the truth of the matter, that Obama economic policies are a failure, it's not my fault.

    We'll just wait for 2012 and then you can again be imperviously happy about the results.

    Here, have a cookie and you'll feel right as rain....

  9. spike

    spike New Member

    What we can clearly see here is that Bush's economic policies were a failure and Obama's have been a drastic improvement. You can hide from the facts all you want but they are so obvious it makes you look incredibly ridiculous to keep ignoring them.



  10. ResearchMonkey

    ResearchMonkey Well-Known Member

    Look, your not being honest with yourself spike, you're not showing what you think you are. The stock market does not reflect economy, until it crashes.

    What happened to "unemployment won't go over 8%." Now at 9.1% officially.???

    Why did the unemployment number rise again last month? (even with 60,000 people being employed by just one company)

    Fact is many economist are predicting unemployment to get much worse despite what the Obamatrons are feeding you. This administration has been desperately and artificially using QE2 to stay above 12000 with the market, its not working anymore and it's slipping away. With QE2 about to end we're looking at going into a full-blown depression, if they deploy QE3 we're looking at a hyperinflation depression.

    Let me help you to understand. You need to read this entire article.

    You're believing the smoke and mirrors son, smoke and mirrors.


    Just for fun. Watch what happens to the market when the dollar reverses course. Fun times!

    But if you want comparisons, lets compare...


    I know you like polls too. Let me give you one to look at.
    (CNN) – President Barack Obama's overall approval rating has dropped below 50 percent as a growing number of Americans worry that the U.S. is likely to slip into another Great Depression within the next 12 months, according to a new national poll. -- June 8th, 2011 CNN

    It's a shame you can't see the forest thru the trees.

    This is the dims economy tanking, just as planned. Even the top-dim acknowledges that now. Debbie 'Downer' Wasserman Schultz has claimed full credit for the miserable decline we're in.

    I may have as well written this entire post in dutch, you wont understand any of it anyway. Have another blissful day spike.
  11. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    goatse. that was nice.
  12. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

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    Winky Well-Known Member

  14. valkyrie

    valkyrie Well-Known Member

    Agreed. However acknowledging the positive steps toward the economy, environment or freedoms for citizens attributed in any part to the opposing party's incumbent leadership does not serve your own party in an election year. Acknowledgment will never occur and I don't believe it would even if this were not an election year. I have even heard outright lies from Republican candidates during their campaigns. Shocking, I know. People will believe what they want to believe as long as they never look at both sides with skepticism and without prejudice. (Note: this statement is not insinuating racial prejudice is a factor.)

    I once read, with astonishment, that slaves in the U.S. used to quarrel and fight over who had the best master. They attributed their master's character and attributes to themselves. Many people do the same thing with regard to political leadership. They hitch their wagon and close their eyes, defending their chosen horse to the last breath. I suspect those same people will quote this post, highlight certain parts of it and twist it to their own means. It's quite predictable and one of the reasons I have been away from this board for so long, and will likely not frequent it much in the future. It had become... boring and obtuse, and a quick review of the board shows others felt the same way. There's not as much traffic here as there used to be. As I predicted would occur, too much freedom to the trolls pushed members away.

    People often follow leaders blindly without checking the facts. They want to believe they have chosen correctly because it means they are winners without ever running for a political position themselves. Both the current and past presidents have done good for this country in some way (though admittedly Bush did far more harm to freedom, economy and environment), even though they were on different sides of the political fence. I will also add that they have both done wrong as well.

    Obama should have stopped the bailouts after Bush's no-strings-attached bailout of the banks, but he added another. I will attribute President Obama to adding conditions to his bailouts but I feel that the banks and auto companies should have all perished under their risks. This would have allowed smaller, but stronger businesses in both fields to rise up and fill the void.

    Some people will never see clearly the facts before them and all the debating until the end of the world will do no good for them or you. You're pissing in the wind, dear Spike. :hug:
    OH, and Research Monkey, don't bother... you joined my ignore list with the other ugly troll, Cerese. I didn't find you had much intelligence to add to the debate of this or other threads so this will keep the page free of clutter. Nothing personal. It's just I don't have the kind of time I used to have to wade through it all. If I want an opposing view to make an informed decision, free from troll-speak, I'll do as I always do, I'll check the political facts from legitimate websites.
  15. Cerise

    Cerise Well-Known Member


    Miss Thang blocked me?? I had no idea!

    I blocked that skeezy skanky slut a long time ago!!
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  16. 2minkey

    2minkey bootlicker

    i laffed.
  17. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

    "skeezy skank slut"

    I laffed as well
  18. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

    Then ... how do you know what she said?
  19. Cerise

    Cerise Well-Known Member


    You've been around long enough to know.

    If you look at the page w/out logging in...........


    Jus' sayin'........
  20. Cerise

    Cerise Well-Known Member

    Hey, wait!

    This is my thread!!


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