User Profile: AvengerK


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  • October 30, 2014 at 10:39am

    I would argue that the greatest gift Cook got was Jobs dying.

    And by the way…even the drips that line up outside Apple stores for days aren’t going to buy that ridiculous watch Mr Cook.

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 10:29am

    She asked for the attention. She got it.
    I agree with you to a degree…she’s about to endure a very painful and ugly process before dying. It’s quite profound.

    But she took it upon herself to make a cause out of assisted suicide. She invited her friends and family be at her bedside in two days and to watch her take her suicide pill and in her mind it was all going to be all beautiful and sad. And don’t forget..her husband agreed to “pull the plug” should she be unable to make that call herself. This is what I think will take place in the end. this point..after her performance…you’re right she should be left alone to get things in order before she’s incapable of it. But she did ask for the attention, just remember that.

  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 10:20am

    This is my surprised face…

  • [3] October 29, 2014 at 5:08pm

    Obama said. “We should call them what they are, heroes. And they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.”
    Well Mr Obama…since we’ve already seen doctors diagnosed with ebola ignore the self-quarantine measures you have so graciously afforded them…don’t you think the American people who this “hero” of yours put at risk also deserve some dignity and respect?

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  • [7] October 29, 2014 at 5:04pm

    All he’s ever had are words Snow. So now that his words have no effect he’s frustrated.

  • [2] October 29, 2014 at 5:00pm

    What’s the bet the lab coats were issued by Obama staffers again?

    But let me get this right…these medical workers who understand they could catch ebola (and some have already) by going over to Africa will be discouraged from going over there because they might be quarantined over here?
    My what a sensitive bunch our self-beatified medical workers must be.
    This is Obama’s argument in a nutshell. Medical Worker- “oh what’s that? you’re going to quarantine me when I come back? Fine then..I’m not going at all…let them die”.

    Obama’s and the CDC’s argument has nothing to do with responsible protocols for ebola, we’ve already seen them change those protocols at a whim as a new humiliation would hit them on an almost daily basis. No..this has to do with political correctness. Obama and co really don’t mind 1 or 2 or 10 Americans getting the disease so long as Africans in Obama’s beloved Africa are not offended.

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  • [2] October 29, 2014 at 2:20pm still think the blonde with the glasses is dumber than Psaki?

  • [8] October 29, 2014 at 2:19pm

    He hasn’t been handed a paper so he can know about it Gonzo. As soon as he does he’ll ask about what political price there for it. If it’s minimal he’ll yuck it up at a fundraiser about it. If it’s substantial he’ll make a speech telling us he’s angry too and he’ll get to the bottom of it.
    Until’s campaignpalooza for Barry.

  • [3] October 29, 2014 at 2:06pm

    He hasn’t read about it in the paper yet Gonzo. Depending on public reaction he’ll either yuck it up at a fundraiser about it or make a speech about being angry about it and wanting to get to the bottom of it.

  • [1] October 29, 2014 at 1:58pm

    I appreciate your “earnest” concern about “CDO’s” (sic) Zapper.

    Would you tell me why you continue to defend and vote for men like Barack Obama who took money from lobbyists for entities like Citibank who were gaming the system?
    Would you tell me why you’re a democrat when men like Chris Dodd blocked legislation to get Fan Mae under congressional scrutiny? Fan Mae is the agency that assures lenders and investors of the quality of the debt behind the instruments being traded.
    John McCain in 2005 put his name to legislation that could have shed light on the faulty debt instruments but men like Chris Dodd and Barney Frank as committee members and chairs stopped it.
    So in light of those facts…why do you berate conservatives and the GOP and continue to defend the Democrats and Barack Obama even after they aided in the economic collapse you’re bleating about now?
    The contradictions are curious.
    Instead of deleting my posts..why don’t you back up your support of your party and Barack Obama after your oh-so-earnest lip service to “CDO’s” (sic)?

  • [1] October 29, 2014 at 1:44pm

    If you’re so concerned about collateralized debt obligations C rappa then why do you continue to vote for the men that protected Fan Mae from congressional scrutiny? Fan Mae is the agency that assures lenders and investors that the debt is good.
    In 2001 the Bush admin tried to put forth legislation to get Fan Mae under congressional scrutiny. In 2005 four senators led by John McCain put forth similar legislation. They were blocked by committee members and chairs like Chris Dodd and Barney Frank. Dodd was in the middle of very sweet loan deals from Citibank (which was gaming the system). And lo and behold..Barack Obama was getting hundreds of thousands of dollars from lobbyists for Citibank. And Barney? He did his utmost to tell us that Fan Mae was safe and it wasn’t necessary to get it under congressional scrutiny.

    But you continue to vote for this party and these men C rappa?

    Why is it that your “earnest” concern for “CDO’s” (sic) isn’t quite as earnest as you portray it to be?

  • October 29, 2014 at 1:36pm

    LOL..”hollow platitudes”? This from someone who’s self-admitted ever-morphing beliefs he splits into categories and euphemisms?

    The only hollow platitudes on display here champ are your attempts to portray yourself as anything other than an empty-headed prog.

  • October 29, 2014 at 1:17pm

    Let me summarize Crappa’s post..
    “Don’t look at Obama..look where I’m pointing instead”.

  • October 29, 2014 at 1:12pm

    LOL…”hollow platitudes” from a guy that just bleated about his ever morphing “spiritual/faith beliefs”…Heck he can’t even express any beliefs without splitting them up and turning them into euphemisms.

    Crappa..your attempts to portray yourself as a anything more than an empty-headed prog are the only hollow platitudes on display here sport.

  • October 29, 2014 at 1:01pm

    What did think about what you said Crappa?

    Once again you took up an awful lot of space to applaud yourself and say absolutely nothing.

  • [1] October 29, 2014 at 12:57pm

    Foo…don’t let Crappa fool you with his “why don’t you answer this” garbage.

    It’s tailored to distract and get the conversation in a direction he wants it to go.

    I’ve posted twice now that the Bush admin in 2001 and the GOP in 2005 put forward legislation to get agencies like Fan Mae under congressional scrutiny and it was blocked by senate committee chairs like Chris Dodd and members like Barney Frank. Dodd was was in the midst of getting sweet loan deals from Citigroup..a company that was gaming the system. Obama was getting hundreds of thousands of dollars from lobbyists for those companies. And Barney Frank is notorious for his attempts to paint Fan Mae as safe and to be left alone from congressional oversight.

    Crappa just uses words like “collatarlized debt obligations” and “too-big-to-fail financial entities” To get the conversation headed in the “The GOP is only for the rich should them” direction.
    Crappa doesn’t even know what a collatoralized debt obligation is or how it’s backed by the assurances of Fan Mae. He’ll come back like he does…but he doesn’t I assure you. He’s just been trained to say those words by his keepers.

  • [2] October 29, 2014 at 12:47pm

    Spare us the bravado champ….You’d be the first to run if you realised you were next to an ebola patient.

  • [2] October 29, 2014 at 12:44pm

    Crappa…you used a lot of space to say absolutely nothing….again.

  • [2] October 29, 2014 at 12:39pm

    Foo…don’t let Crappa’s internet bravado fool you.

    I just provided proposed legislation and speeches in 2005 by John McCain and a citation of a measure by the Bush admin in 2001 to get Fannie Mae under congressional scutiny for the economic risk it’s policies were setting up and Crappa had them removed. He’s a wimp.

    Fannie Mae is the agency that assures lenders and investors that the collateralized debt they’re using is good. But what did committee head Chris Dodd do? Stopped the measure from going ahead. Why? He was in the midst of some very sweet loan deals from of the companies gaming the system. Barack Obama was also in the midst of receiveing hundreds of thousands of dollars from lobbyists involved with those groups.
    And of course..Barney Frank is notorious today for his protecting Fannie Mae from congressional oversight.

    As for Dodd/Frank that Obama signed off does nothing to address the problem.

    Crappa has been trained by his keepers to repeat those words and letters..”collateralized debt obligations”, “credit default swaps” and make sure to include “too-big-to-fail financial entities” in the same breath. It’s meant to gin up some class warfare and start the conversation rolling in the direction of “the GOP supports the rich guys screwing us, these guys take risks with our money, you should dislike them all”.
    Crappa is not nearly as intelligent as he believes he is. He’s a dimwit.

  • [5] October 29, 2014 at 12:22pm

    You’d be the first to run screaming into the night if you realised you were next to an ebola patient.
    Spare us the internet prog bravado champ…you’re not very convincing.

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