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Post by Doodoo » March 9, 2019, 5:30 pm

Then if it doesn't matter why mention it and try and drag down Boston University

If you are corrected then say so and move on But you seem to throw it aside like an old piece of _______?

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Post by Lone Star » March 9, 2019, 5:38 pm

Doodoo wrote:
March 9, 2019, 5:30 pm
Then if it doesn't matter why mention it and try and drag down Boston University

If you are corrected then say so and move on But you seem to throw it aside like an old piece of _______?

Bow up and say I was wrong
Frenzied. You are so ready to find something wrong that your emotion gets the best of you again.

The writer of the article was wrong. I am correct, and UM stated such.

Oc-Co Loco attended Boston U, NOT Boston College. I'm sure that Boston College grads will tweet the hell out of the writer for her mistake.
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Re: Democrats, Republicans and Elections

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"Frenzied. You are so ready to find something wrong that your emotion gets the best of you again."

Heah Heah I am one of you biggest supporters If it wasn't for myself Udon Map or Papafarng you would go unheard


As I have said before my greatest people who I listen to are Billy Connelly, Ricky Gervais and George Carlin and as them I just don't care Call me names so be it
Sorry Winston hasn't made the list

Continue on with your drivel

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Post by Lone Star » March 9, 2019, 5:54 pm

Doodoo wrote:
March 9, 2019, 5:51 pm
"Frenzied. You are so ready to find something wrong that your emotion gets the best of you again."

Heah Heah I am one of you biggest supporters If it wasn't for myself Udon Map or Papafarng you would go unheard


As I have said before my greatest people who I listen to are Billy Connelly, Ricky Gervais and George Carlin and as them I just don't care Call me names so be it
Sorry Winston hasn't made the list

Continue on with your drivel
In your own words:
You seem to throw it aside . . .

Bow up and admit you were wrong.
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Re: Democrats, Republicans and Elections

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You haven't read my postings and there are more than one

" I DON'T CARE"

If I offend then you shouldn't be here on the MAP

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Post by Lone Star » March 10, 2019, 12:14 pm

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “We should be excited about automation”

Date: March 9, 2019
Source: SXSW speech
Robots have put half a million people out of work in the United States, and researchers estimate that bots could take 800 million jobs by 2030. But New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says that widespread automation is an exciting proposition–as long as some kind of government safety net is in place to equitably help the people who are displaced.
It's always about government with LIBs.
“We should not feel nervous about the tollbooth collector not having to collect tolls. We should be excited by that. But the reason we’re not excited about it is because we live in a society where if you don’t have a job, you are left to die.”
So full of bullshiggity.
She painted a picture of what automation should do for society if government systems ensured that the wealth it creates lifted everyone up instead of just a select few:  It would enable people to spend more time on education, creating art, and scientific research and invention–“more time enjoying the world we live in,” Ocasio-Cortez said to cheering crowds. “Not all creativity needs to be bonded by wage.”
LIBs hate work, but want all the benefits of work and capitalism.

And here's the big kicker.
“We should be working the least amount we’ve ever worked, if we were actually paid based on how much wealth we were producing, but we’re not,” she said. “We’re paid by how little we’re desperate enough to accept. And then the rest is skimmed off and given to a billionaire.”
When someone accepts a job, they do so voluntarily. Don't like it after being on the job? Quit and go somewhere else.

The guy who created the company and the jobs is the one who took all the personal and financial risks. They get the greatest reward.

If it's such a horrible place to work, eventually, everyone will quit, and the business will have to close.
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Post by Lone Star » March 11, 2019, 7:36 am

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Lizzie Warren: Millionaires Have to Pay a ‘Fair Share,’ Taxpayers Helped Create Their Success

Date: March 10, 2019
Source: Face the Nation

In the tradition of Obama and socialists everywhere, "You didn't build that!"

The only difference between a LIB member of the Entitlement Class and a thief on the street is that the LIB is a coward and votes for someone to take the assets of others. Socialism enslaves one man for the benefit of another.
Those great fortunes were built here in America with workers that all of us paid to educate, with their goods got to market on roads and bridges that all of us helped to build. They were protected in their factories by firefighters and police officers that all of us helped to support. So what we’re really saying is look, just put a little bit back in the kitty. This is what we’re asking for. Pay a fair share, so the next kid has a chance to build something great and the kid after that and the kid after that.
And all of those corporations and their employees paid state and local taxes for those roads and bridges and firefighters and policemen. They also purchased products and services from merchants in their communities, who also employed people, paid taxes and purchased products and services from other merchants. And on and on and on goes the voluntary exchange of goods and services in the free market.

Lizzie doing her best to warp the facts and extend another LIB Myth.

The top 1% of taxpayers only requires a minimum income of $389,000 annually. The top 10% minimum income is only $90,000 annually.

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The top 50% of wage earners pay 97% of federal income taxes. The tip top wage earners pay enough.

Time to cut big government's budget and eliminate waste. Time for freeloaders to get a job. The US has more jobs available than unemployed.
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Re: Democrats, Republicans and Elections

Post by Doodoo » March 11, 2019, 8:32 am

Time to cut big government's budget and eliminate waste. Time for freeloaders to get a job. The US has more jobs available than unemployed

Pass a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Nothing would be more powerful in getting both parties to compromise and cut spending than making all spending dependent on having a balanced budget.
Unless its balanced you don't spend

Get rid of the Board of Education and let the States handle it

Get rid of Saturday Mail delivery

Publicize every cent of government spending, including the senator/congressman's district that headquarters a program. Transparency will subject any wasted spending to the wrath of voters.

Eliminate all pensions and benefits for Senators, Congress people, and Presidents after they leave office. Taxpayers shouldn't have to foot the bill for a lifetime of pension costs for someone who serves a few years in office.

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Very interesting discussion among young Black American liberals and conservatives.

- The liberals were mostly silent and victims. There was an excuse for everything.
- The conservatives were outspoken and victors. They didn't blame anyone stopping them other than themselves.
- Some admitted that they voted for Obama only because he was black or multiracial, and they admitted that he let them down.
- It was telling that when one liberal female said she voted for Obama's policies, she didn't name any.

I found it odd that one of the discussion members listed government funding of programs that was stopped and called that stoppage a violation of "rights".
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Post by Lone Star » March 11, 2019, 3:34 pm

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Deep blue New York City looking at bankruptcy after a five-year socialist wallow

Source: Monica Showalter

Ready to go back to the 'Shattered' era, New York? The old 'drop dead' epoch and 'fun city' times?
Looks like that's what's on the cards, based on this New York Post report, warning that the socialist-led city is in dire danger of bankruptcy if there's an economic downturn:

New York City is careening closer to all-out financial bankruptcy for the first time since Mayor Abraham Beame ran the city more than 40 years ago, experts say.

As tax-fleeced businesses and individuals flee en masse, and city public spending surges into the stratosphere, financial analysts say Gotham is perilously near total fiscal disaster.

Long-term debt is now more than $81,100 per household, and Mayor de Blasio is ramping up to spend as much as $3 billion more in the new budget than the current $89.2 billion.
Yeah, that's how everyone deals with overspending and debt. They spend more. LIBs are famous for it.
“The city is running a deficit and could be in a real difficult spot if we had a recession, or a further flight of individuals because of tax reform,” said Milton Ezrati, chief economist of Vested.

I've got some news for New York: The New York Fed is forecasting just that downturn. Here's a Daily Mail report that ran a few days ago:

The US economy is likely to slow 'considerably' in 2019, the president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank warned on Wednesday.

Amid a time of economic uncertainty, John Williams said the Federal Reserve may 'wait' before raising interest rates again.

The Fed may or may not be right about this, but it shouldn't take the spotlight off New York. Why on earth should one of the world's great cities go bankrupt solely because of an economic downturn? That's the sort of thing you might expect from Greece or Uruguay, both of which endured huge financial crises based in part on the financial behavior of their much larger neighbors. New York ain't small.

It's also the kind of thing you expect from places such as Venezuela or Ecuador, both of which relied on one-commodity economies - oil - and saw their fortunes tumble when the price went down, having put all their eggs in one basket. New York's no undiversified economy.

What the city does have in common with all four places through is that 's' word: socialism, and sure enough, they're looking at the same kind of crisis.

Socialist Bill de Blasio has been mayor of New York for going on six years now, and he hasn't held back on what socialists specialize in, which is government spending. According to the Washington Examiner, the state of New York shells out 32 cents from every taxpayer dollar that comes in for welfare payments to those who can't or won't work.

According to the State of New York's Office of the State Comptroller, which pays attention to New York City's government spending, in just the last year, New York City has outspent the rest of the state in public assistance (up 3.7%), safety net assistance (up 6%), family assistance (up 1.7%), while assistance for other programs, such as SNAP, decreased at lower rates than the state as a whole on all fronts.

You can bet that New York city's percentage is likely above the state's averaged 32%.

And all this at a time when the U.S. has seen its best economic performance since the Reagan years.
LIBs can't even snatch Victory from the jaws of defeat when things are good nationwide.
Bill de Blasio has been spending up a storm as the socialist mayor of New York City, and with every expansion, driving out another piece of the productive sector. Instead of jobs expanding, welfare has expanding. And residents are fleeing. Amazon, after all, got chased out, thanks to his fellow socialist, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a move that is going to cost the city a pretty penny in lost tax revenue. Nice work, socialists.

And now the famous Other People's Money is running out, which is likely to signal the demise of the socialism itself if it can't keep a money stream from the productive sector with which to shovel out the socialist welfare. It shows that socialism is a parasite system, always needing some kind of sugar-daddy to glom off on - whether it's Castro in Cuba seeking a new patron every few years or de Blasio seeking a new corporate sponsor to keep the tax money rolling in. Yet once socialism kills its host as the cash runs dry, the collapse commences.
Socialism enslaves one man and takes his assets to give to another man.
Anybody out there could see that that was what was going to happen.

As I wrote back in 2013, when I was an editorial writer for Investor's Business Daily:

Largely appealing to identity politics to win (his Italian name is of his own making and his African-American wife and children have been paraded as political props), the only thing that passed for a political plan from him was his vow to "tax the rich," to end the policing that has made New York safe, and to expand welfare.

"Make no mistake: The people of this city have chosen a progressive path, and tonight we set forth on it, together," de Blasio said on his election night.

Problem: These are ideas that have been tried before — in New York's recent past. The rubble of the South Bronx, the crime waves Mick Jagger sang about, and the municipal bankruptcy from which Gerald Ford told New York to "drop dead" rather than rescue, were all the result of corruption and incompetence, which were reversed with the election of Rudy Giuliani in 1993.

Well, now that specter is appearing, and it came in all of five years.

Will New Yorkers and others enamored of socialism ever learn from this? Maybe that's the question to start seeking answers about. How bad does it have to get and why must it always get bad for anyone to wake up?
And this article doesn't touch on the $850 million that the mayor's wife has misplaced. That's all over the news. Look it up.

The differences between NY's mayor and Trump -- a product of NY -- are staggering. While Trump seeks to elevate those who have not with jobs and optimism and programs and policies that have the US almost fully employed in its history, NY's mayor eats the rich. What's worse, as New Yorkers flee the state, the NY Department of Revenue is auditing all of them after they leave to try to squeeze every nickel out them for fleeing. Like the EU says, "If you don't try to escape, we won't shoot you."
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Post by AlexO » March 11, 2019, 5:22 pm

Doodoo wrote:
March 11, 2019, 8:32 am
Time to cut big government's budget and eliminate waste. Time for freeloaders to get a job. The US has more jobs available than unemployed

Pass a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Nothing would be more powerful in getting both parties to compromise and cut spending than making all spending dependent on having a balanced budget.
Unless its balanced you don't spend

Get rid of the Board of Education and let the States handle it

Get rid of Saturday Mail delivery

Publicize every cent of government spending, including the senator/congressman's district that headquarters a program. Transparency will subject any wasted spending to the wrath of voters.

Eliminate all pensions and benefits for Senators, Congress people, and Presidents after they leave office. Taxpayers shouldn't have to foot the bill for a lifetime of pension costs for someone who serves a few years in office.
Wish there was a 'like' button available. Same as Maggie Thatcher used to say " The trouble with Socialists is that they soon run out of other peoples money to spend" truest statement ever said. UK MP's qualify for a pension after about 8 years service but the taxpaying workers have now to work well in excess of their 65th birthday to get any of the contributions made over 50 years back??

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Post by Doodoo » March 11, 2019, 6:24 pm

If you want to follow a Model Mayor who ran a city it would be >Hurricane"Hazel McCallion Ran Mississauga (Canada) for 36 years as Mayor

McCallion earned the nickname Hurricane Hazel not only for her brash manner but also because of the manner in which she got things done. When asked whether she liked the moniker, she said: “I’ve been called other things too, and some of them uncomplimentary and sexist like the ‘Queen of Sprawl’, ‘Attila the Hen,’ ‘The Mom who runs Mississauga’ and the ‘Mississauga Rattler’, so it’s little wonder that my favourite nickname is Hurricane Hazel.”
She seldom, if ever, raised property taxes, instead relying on developers’ fees to pay the city’s bills. She once described her philosophy as mayor: “Trying to run a city like a business. Paying for things up front. Trying to stay out of debt.”

98 years old now and still on the move

Now there is someone who I would vote for, not just words but actions

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Post by Lone Star » March 12, 2019, 7:01 am

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Governor Matt Bevin Eliminates Concealed Permit Requirement in Kentucky

Date: March 11, 2019

Republican Governor Bevin signed into law that the 2nd Amendment gives citizens the right to concealed carry in Kentucky.
“On behalf of the NRA’s five million members, we would like to thank Governor Bevin for his leadership on this critical issue. This law is a common sense measure that allows law-abiding citizens to exercise their fundamental right of self-protection in the manner that best suits their needs.”
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Many Americans are freaking out about getting a smaller tax refund this year — here's why it's happening
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Again more info DOWN DOWN DOWN

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Post by Lone Star » March 12, 2019, 2:02 pm

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As usual, I expect Democrats to be their own undoing. Antisemitism, open borders, socialism, illegal aliens voting, killing babies who survive abortions, elimination of all fossil fuels -- and now a faction within the party is pushing back against Pelosi for realizing that impeachment of Trump is a non starter.

Mad Maxine is the tip of the spear.



You would think that with all of the unlimited, annual and semi annual audits by the IRS over the course of Trump's business history, there would have been things found that are illegal. However, that does't matter to LIBs. They attempt at almost every turn to criminalize LEGAL behavior -- taking advantage of tax deductions, paying companies within the corporation for services, writing off legal business expenses.

The entire fiasco will be to find as many things as they can to smear Trump going into 2020. They're looking for "gotcha" political points.
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Post by Lone Star » March 12, 2019, 7:41 pm

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McJeb gets hit with almost $400,000 fine from Federal Election Commission

The FEC hit Jeb Bush's super PAC with a $390,000 fine for illegally accepting $1.3 million in donations from a Chinese-owned company.

No one goes to jail? No. It's rare unless it can be proven that the candidate knowingly broke the law.

So the piddly accusation regarding Trump paying a nuisance claim to Stormy, et al is peanuts compared to this. Big yawn then. Big yawn now.
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Biden will fade to a 3-time loser

Creepy Uncle Joe has lots of skeletons.
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Oc-Co Loco seeks to make banks liable for accidents created by borrowers

This is what socialism looks like -- the tyranny of the mob. Interrogating Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan about the bank’s role in financing private projects that she considers objectionable, such as oil pipelines and prisons.

She also demanded to know why the bank should not be held financially liable for the impacts of oil spills and even the effects of climate change for lending money to a project that had an accident. Really? Hold the bank accountable for lending money to an automobile manufacturer or purchaser involved in an accident? The lender? Really?

All LIBs do is lie, cry and blame. If stupid could fly, Oc-Co Loco would be a jet.
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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/14/waters- ... moval.html

Source: CNBC

This is what socialism looks like.
Rep. Maxine Waters, the California Democrat who runs the powerful House Financial Services Committee, called for the removal of Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan after news that he received a $2 million bonus as part of his 2018 pay package.

The San Francisco-based bank disclosed Sloan's compensation late Wednesday, revealing that the executive got a 5 percent increase in total pay to $18.4 million, including the $2 million bonus, for his work in 2018.

"It is outrageous and wholly inappropriate that the bank has rewarded Mr. Sloan with a $2 million bonus for 2018," Waters said in an emailed statement. She pointed out that last year, "federal regulators and authorities capped the bank's growth and fined the bank more than $3 billion for offenses such as improperly charging customers auto insurance and mortgage fees."
Stockholders and the board of directors determine compensation for employees, not government. If the government has an issue with legal issues involving the bank, that's one thing. Determining how much someone should be compensated for their work is not the role of any government representative or body.
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Post by GT93 » March 15, 2019, 12:23 pm

It is in the sense that they enact laws.

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