User Profile: Nick_Papagiorgio_from_Yuma

Nick_Papagiorgio_from_Yuma

Member Since: March 18, 2013

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  • January 24, 2014 at 7:17pm

    I didn’t say higher taxes. I said the more money people get back from tax cuts (more money in their pockets) then they (the people) spend more money. That money spent generates more revenue for the state in the form of taxes.

  • January 24, 2014 at 5:59pm

    If you return money to the people in the form of tax cuts the people with spend more money, that in turn generates more tax revenue and business growth.

  • September 4, 2013 at 9:23pm

    Okay not a bill, but a resolution. Still written by Red Foreman!

  • September 4, 2013 at 9:14pm

    Yeah! A bill written by Red Foreman!

  • September 4, 2013 at 9:13pm

    10-7 ha! They do a pregame meeting and decide who’s going to vote what. They knew it would be a 10-7 win before they even voted.

  • September 4, 2013 at 8:35pm

    Our country is finacially broke and a high percentage of our leaders and citizens are morally corrupt. This is not a “disciplinary action” they are after in Syria. I believe there are secrect combinations behind the front men that have a good idea of what the worst case senecio would be if we attack. Our economy is going to crash very hard very soon because of bad econmic policy that has been going on for years. It’s not just one president that has created our mess. We are all responsible in some way. We have all let it get this bad. We are all in this together. I think this “disciplinary action” is meant to be like pouring an accelerant on our economic problems. Now we are to a point where the citizens are screaming at their elected officials: No! Do not do this! A Few of them (the leaders and citizens) know its pretty late in the game now and we are in a ginormous mess. A majority of them (the leaders and citizens) are clueless as to what is even happening right now and they just continue to follow the head like an a$$ does on a donkey. imo, An attack by the U.S. eventually collapses our own economy, but they won’t say it was due to bad economic policy. It wasnt their fault (point the finger). Assad is right, it’s a powder keg, but that powder keg is the entire world not just the Middle East. Once it explodes you will have leaders jockeying to get into position to be the people in charge when it’s time to clean up the mess. Plus the world needs a bit of population c

  • September 4, 2013 at 4:04pm

    you’ll be in the same boat with the rest of us when some of these people running the country get what they really want. I’m sure you won’t be loling when that happens.

  • September 4, 2013 at 4:00pm

    I think some of them know that and want it.

  • September 4, 2013 at 12:48pm

    ….In remarks that could raise tension further before he hosts President Barack Obama and other G20 leaders on Thursday, Putin also said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry lied to Congress about the militant group al Qaeda’s role in the Syrian conflict.

    “They lie beautifully, of course. I saw debates in Congress. A congressman asks Mr Kerry: ‘Is al Qaeda there?’ He says: ‘No, I am telling you responsibly that it is not’,” Putin said at a meeting of his human rights council in the Kremlin.

    “Al Qaeda units are the main military echelon, and they know this,” he said, referring to the United States. “It was unpleasant and surprising for me – we talk to them, we proceed from the assumption that they are decent people. But he is lying and knows he is lying. It’s sad.”

    Putin did not give any more details.

    In an exchange with a senator, Kerry was asked whether it was “basically true” that the Syrian opposition had “become more infiltrated by al Qaeda over time. Kerry said: “No, that is actually basically not true. It’s basically incorrect”.

  • August 22, 2013 at 1:05am

    @Bro Ed

    Ha! Me too.

  • August 22, 2013 at 12:51am

    I currently work for UPS as a non-union part time supervisor. UPS came out last month and told us all that IF your spouse has insurance coverage available to them at another job then they will be dropped from the UPS insurance and have to be covered by the insurance they have offered through their job. IF your spouse does not have any other insurance available to them then they are allowed to stay on the UPS insurance plan. Also, smokers will be have to pay an extra 150$ every month on top of their current insurance cost. UPS told us that Obamacare mandates that every employer must provide insurance for their employees. So if your spouse has insurance available through their work they must use that. Kids can stay on UPS insurance or use the spouses insurance but not both. As for hours, UPS part times sup’s work 27.5 hours weekly. It’s been like that for a long time.
    As for union workers, they way I understand it, UPS gives the unions the allotted money that has been negotiated in contracts for healthcare and its up to unions to take care of those workers benefits. I am very grateful to have my job at UPS. It’s been a good company to work for. I know many of the non-employees are very upset with the decision UPS made regarding spouse coverage. If you don’t like it and hate the company, go find another job.

  • August 19, 2013 at 4:15pm

    I don’t get why Dicks stopped selling just the AR and not the ammo too? The ammo is deadly part of the AR but I guess the ammo doesn’t look as intimidating as an assault rifle…. WIth out the ammo all you have is an expensive AR club or AR bat and Dicks sells bats and clubs all day long. I don’t get their logic on this one…..

  • August 19, 2013 at 3:57pm

    I graduated high school in 1994. I thought I would never play football again until I played on a recreational team for 4 years starting in 2000. It was full contact, scheduled games, referees, uniforms. I paid to play, and I was never paid anything. In 2005 I had the opportunity to attend college for the 1st time. It was a NCAA D1 AA school in the Big Sky Confrenece, but these rules apply to me so I lost 4 years of eligibility. I don’t like the rule, but the NCAA claims I have a competitive edge over a incoming amateur high school player because I had more field time. I can tell you that many high school teams could have beaten our recreational team or it would have been close. Should he be allowed to play now? Of course. Not because he served in the military, but because the rule is ridiculous. If anything I would say he has a competitive edge over other players because of his experience in the Marines and what he has gained from that training physically and mentally, not because of the pickup football he played. There is no rule holding him back because of his military service and there should not be. If they don’t allow him to play, and he really wants to play college ball, his best bet will be a DIII school. These rules don’t apply there. I wish him the best and I hope the NCAA pulls theirs heads out on this one. I feel like I was cheated out of at least even trying-out but hey that’s my opinion.

  • August 14, 2013 at 2:59am

    Why are people looking for outrage from the black community? Where in heck is the outrage from the decent people in this country? Typing comments on your computer is not going to change anything. The “community organizers” don’t care about this story. It’s sets them back in what they are trying to accomplish for themselves. Plus there’s no money in it. These types of hates crimes against decent people will continue to happen and go unnoticed and shoved in the back corner. It will continue to happen until all decent people (the true victims) actually get out of their comfy homes and onto streets and demand that justice be served. Nobody else is going to do it for you. To all US decent people out there that are furious with this story. Please, for the sake of our country and communities, put on your angry face, grow a set of courage and let them drop, then go out into the publics view and stand up for ourselves for once. If you don’t want to do that, then just sit back and keep typing on your keyboards. Nobody is listening to you except you. I’m also getting tired of hearing the “if they would have a gun B.S.” that’s not a solution to problem.

  • August 14, 2013 at 2:50am

    Why are people looking for outrage from the black community? Where in heck is the outrage from the decent people in this country? Typing comments on your computer is not going to change anything. The “community organizers” don’t care about this story. It’s sets them back in what they are trying to accomplish for themselves. Plus there’s no money in it. These types of hates crimes against decent people will continue to happen and go unnoticed and shoved in the back corner. It will continue to happen until all decent people (the true victims) actually get out of their comfy homes and onto streets and demand that justice be served. Nobody else is going to do it for you. To all US decent people out there that are furious with this story. Please, for the sake of our country and communities, put on your angry face, grow a set of courage and let them drop, then go out into the publics view and stand up for ourselves for once. If you don’t want to do that, then just sit back and keep typing on your keyboards. Nobody is listening to you except you.

  • August 6, 2013 at 7:52pm

    Of all the issues out there, if there was one issue that, I think, we should be willing to go to the limit on, this is it.”

    Shouldn’t he/they always go the limit on issues they oppose regardless if they will loose their job….

  • August 5, 2013 at 9:23pm

    I’m getting tired of it.

  • June 28, 2013 at 7:01pm

    Lobotomies for everyone then. The mind and persons will is what actually does the killing. Those things are just inanimate objects……

  • June 25, 2013 at 9:59pm

    The problem with the disscution about just removing the illegal guns is that it will lead into progressives wanting to remove all guns. You see Diane Fienstien already said that herself. The first time she got the original “assault weapons” ban passed in the 90′s, she said if they would have had the votes she would have said ok Mr and Mrs. America, it’s time to turn them all in (meaning all guns owned by all LAWFUL gun owners like your father and myself) leaving all the illegal guns still on the street. Do you see a problem there? Do you think that would have reduced the death rate caused by the use of illegal guns? How do you collect all of the illegal guns? Ok so stop flood of illegal guns coming into the country. How many people on this site do you think are actually buying and using guns brought into this country illegally? You have a stat on that?

    I asked if you are interested in only getting rid of guns/illegal guns or just the death that comes along with the illeagal use of them because I don’t read in any of your posts you talking about how we need to do some thing about drunk driving and how it kills so many people every year or how we really need to sit down and talk about people living by a more moral standard or maybe practice better protected sex so we can reduce the amount of death caused by using abortion as birth control. Can you give me a stat on what kills more people in this country every year? is it illeagal gun deaths, drunk driving or abortion?

  • June 25, 2013 at 6:05pm

    Bluehen

    Brother, you have really stirred the pot today. It’s been good reading! You’ve posted a lot of gun stats today. I think….you are just trying to express your view that guns are not always the answer and you have mixed and mingled that opinion with your disgust for people to the right of your political views. ( now don’t get upset, I have read where your feelings have been hurt too, because others don’t agree with your progressive political views). I also read where you agree with getting rid of guns (the Chicago crime post and stats) or at least you mentioned getting rid of illegal guns to reduce death rates. I’m curious, is it the guns you are against or is it all the death that comes along with the misuse of guns?

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