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Senior Advisor

Re: Are your kids going to be red, or blue?

I still want to know what Obama has done to diminish your nestegg. You're not required to answer, but I would sure like to know how he has damaged your savings.

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Re: Hmmmm......

One thing I'm not, Craigo. I'm not a greedy, dishonest, Nazi loving, poop head like you. You are the one who compromised his credibility, and his honesty by shistering his customers, because he couldn't bring himself to do the right thing when he made a mistake, YOU SHOULD HAVE BURNED THE DAMN3D STUFF! But you couldn't do that, it would have cost you a few bucks, you instead stiffed people that trusted you, SHAME ON YOU!

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Re: Are your kids going to be red, or blue?

"Cash" nest egg purchasing power, more than slowly ebbing away.

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Re: Hmmmm......


@GreaTOne_65 wrote:

One thing I'm not, Craigo. I'm not a greedy, dishonest, Nazi loving, poop head like you. You are the one who compromised his credibility, and his honesty by shistering his customers, because he couldn't bring himself to do the right thing when he made a mistake, YOU SHOULD HAVE BURNED THE DAMN3D STUFF! But you couldn't do that, it would have cost you a few bucks, you instead stiffed people that trusted you, SHAME ON YOU!


First thing, it is your National Socialist Worker's Party (in German... Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei) that are the Nazis.  For one example, They are the ones who crammed the "health" control scheme down the throats of the people who do not want it.

 

Second thing... You keep bringing up the time that some democrat farmer in Marion County, Iowa sold me a load of hay that had been fertilized with hog manure.  The hay itself had no manure on it, but the insides of the stems tasted of hog manure that had gone up the roots, leaving a bit of a funny flavor.  Some Horses are the most picky of the pickiest eaters.  The hay itself was fine and not of any danger what-so-ever of making a horse sick.   It is just the horses are so dammed picky about funny tasting hay.... so I work off a bale or two in loads, big f---in' deal.... like you never put a shovel full of beans or corn into the truck going to town that wasn't the most pristine of quality.  One bale in a load will not make a horse stop eating it.... they will pick through it for a while, and then eat it.   They just don't like eating something different everyday.   That democrat farmer that I bought the hay from, told me the hay did not have hog manure on it..... maybe he got the stack mixed up, maybe he made a mistake, or maybe he told me something he knew was not true.  In any case, I did not buy from him...and after a few deals like this, not anyone else, for that matter.   I only trust my own hay to sell to people.  No hay grower would burn up perfectly nice hay just because it has a little funny taste to it.  Hell, my cows and 95% of the horses would eat it up just fine.   It is those few picky ones that cause trouble.

 

Now, if you want to keep bringing this up, go right ahead.  I will just keep finding this post and cut and paste it as a reply to your ad hominum attacks, when you run out of things to debate your loser party with.

 

BTW, are you still wearing lady's clothes???????? Are you still using up everyone else's supplies of fuel???????   (Shame On You!!!!)

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Re: Are your kids going to be red, or blue?

Never would disagreed that big business seems altogether too powerful and the "top" retains most of  money.  Just nobody seems to find an effective means to restrain them, without further screwing up the economy.  Really don't have that much issue with union demands in the private sector.  Actually not that significant because only a relatively small population are affected, although some may argue public works construction bears an disproportional burden.  Personally not real fond of utilities and their union interactions.  The utilities operate on a cost plus basics, so aren't real motivated to restrain costs, therefore put up a token bargaining resistance and cave-in.  However do have a big issue with generous public sector union contracts because, we the tax payers, are the business owners.   Private business returns to the shareholders and management in many instances allow them to be more generous with little sacrifice.  Certainly can't say the same about many taxpayers.  In the past (my past) public sector jobs didn't pay particularly well but offered security.  Now they expect the whole pie.  I certainly wouldn't hire an individual with a poor medical history and therefore wouldn't expect another entity to shoulder the potential burden.  We certainly are well on the road to socialism, but capitalism still has a heart beat and the vast majority of businesses function to generate a profit, not to provide social services.  Wouldn't support terminating someone that develops heath problems unless they had been dishonest during the vetting process.  A great opportunity for the entertainment industry that continually clambers for more social justice, to 'step up" and give generously to charities that provide health care for the unfortunate.

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Re: Are your kids going to be red, or blue?

 Do you think it would be legal or ethical for all businesses to get a genetic test of all potential employees so they could "vet" them properly? I am in a state that has publicly owned utilities and has one of the cheapest rates in the nation. Are you now going to tell me privately owned could do better, given Ca and even IA's problems with their utilities. I seriously doubt that the plus of the cost plus basis really is that small.

Why are you so much for passing the buck to someone else, as long as it isn't passed onto you? You are constantly harping about paying too much and not getting enough, yet you don't want others of lower class working the system to get a better deal than you. It's alright if those above you do it though.You speak as if you are in awe of their practices.You can't have it both ways, even though many (all classes, R & Ds) would like it that way. It takes a country fed up enough with the upper 1%'s policies, before they decide enough is enough of the status quo.

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Re: Are your kids going to be red, or blue?

 

Not worthy of further discussion, appears to have progressed from reasonably healthy q&a to the accusatory mode.  Obviously you are entitled to your opinions and I'll retain mine.

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Re: Hmmmm......

True to form, Craigo. Blaming your mistake on someone else, "democrat farmer"? Ya' right, your dishonesty has already been proven by your own admission, a wise man would have shut up by now, but not you. Your a typical bull-headed Repbulican, and a fool to boot.

 

Don't worry, Craigo, I will, keep reminding the AgOnline people here, just what kind of dishonest person you are, and what you say is nothing more than ignorant bull SH!T.

 

If you can prove your last sentence, I suggest you do, because you are proving MY point about YOU, if you can't!

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Re: Are your kids going to be red, or blue?

"Heck yes! why not put a manure pit out there?"

 

Don, I do love you attempts to hold an honest debate on the issues.   I have no clue how the he!! a manure pit is even comparable to wind mills but I'm not surprised to see you yet again trying your dishonest best to defend Dems who speak out of both sides of their mouth.

 

I let you do what you do best and hyperbolize the situation but I'll try to stick with the facts of the story.

 

Ted Kennedy was a self-proclaimed alternative energy proponent who introduced dozens of pieces of legislation over the years to encourage the development of solar, hydrogen, and wind as alternatives to oil and coal.   Yet when the plans for the Cape Wind Project were announced which called for for erecting 130 windmills in Nantucket Sound that would provide three-fourths of the power needed by Cape Cod and nearby islands, which is now largely supplied by coal-fired plants, Ted was against it. 

 

 

You write: "Those folks bought high end water front property but that doesn't mean they have a right to the view."  

 

Based on that reply, if a person did not know you they might think you were a greedy Repub only looking out for themselves and did not care about the good of the common man.    That reminds me of a few years back when my home town was being considered by Krysilis for a group home for mentally and physically disabled people.   Every thought it was a great idea until they it was announced they were considering buying and remodeling a home located in the nice part of town near the golf course.  Then you heard many country clubbers complaining about the idea.   Just like old Teddy, "It's a great idea.  Just not in my back yard."

 

Did you know the proposed windmills for Nantucket Sound would be 6 miles off the coast.  This means the are at the minimum 6 miles away from the Kennedy compound at Hyannis Port.   Tell me just how much would these windmills scattered about 6 miles off shore would destroy the view of the local rich and famous? 

 

Why am not surprised to once again see hypocritical thinking used to defend hypocritical Dems?

 

I guess it is alright that Iowans have to have their views distracted with over 1100 windmills and all of them much closer to people's homes then 6 miles.   There are now several schools in Iowa that have erected large windmills within city limits yet you don't hear us Iowan's whining about it spoiling our view.   I guess we realize the importance of clean renewable energy.

 

This is all very similar to Senator Kerry saying we need to raise taxes while he games the system and registers his new $7 million luxury yacht in another state to avoid paying $500,000 in taxes.  You are one that is always saying we need to pay more in taxes and that the rich especially need to pay more in taxes.  But hey they are Dems so you will make excuses for them once again and let them slide while complaining about Repubs for jay walking.   It is getting harder and harder to tell you and GTO apart.

 

By the way Don I have four manure pits all located within a mile and a half from my house.   All built by the way while we had a Dem Gov. who claimed to be in favor of tougher restrictions on placement of new confinement buildings.  On a clear day I can also see over a hundred windmills off in the distance from three different wind farms.   Maybe you bleeding heart Dems that are always looking out for us little guys can talk the Kennedys into having some sympathy for us and let the wife and I vacation this summer at their compound at Hyannis Port or get Senator Kerry to let us take his new toy out for a cruise.

 

GTO, I would suggest a fool is one who thinks all the crooked politicians and all our problems are the result of a single party as you constantly keep tells us.

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Re: oh not so great

read your tag line  aint that a bull headed dumocrat response