User Profile: politicianssuck


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  • [6] November 22, 2014 at 11:14am

    Again, Please explain to me why a man who said he believed in wealth redistribution, single payer healthcare system, energy prices to skyrocket or a civilian task force who is just as strong and powerful as the military ever got elected in the first place? If they were not stupid voters then they agreed with him. If they agreed with him then why are they surprised when he follows through with what he said?

    Lastly, after this latest immigration move by Obama. Why are the republicans so worried about the backlash of the voters if they try to block funding and get blamed for shutting down the Gov-ment or impeaching the president to stop him? If the Voters hate how Obama is doing things then why in the heck will they possibly vote out those who try and stop him? Obama is a brilliant politician only because the voters continue to believe a liar. If the republicans block funding then Obama will not sign the bill. Thus “shut down” the gov-ment. Then he will blame the repubs. for “shutting down the gov-ment”. The reubs. will then face backlash for shutting down the gov-ment and the voters will punish them.

    Yet we dont want to call the voters stupid?

  • [12] November 22, 2014 at 10:46am

    Sorry, but the American voters are stupid. Or at the very least ill-informed. Which makes them stupid for voting when they dont know anything.

    Obama said exactly what he was going to do during both presidential elections. In which he won. Yet the American voters act surprised when he does it? Makes no sense.

    Then we can all agree that the career politicians are part of the problem. So new guys start running to unseat those people. Good guys I might add. Yet the establishment keeps winning because the American voters keep electing them in. Makes no sense.

    So I am sorry to say that yes the American Voters are stupid. Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner are a few who are part of the problems yet they keep winning elections. Why?

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  • [421] November 20, 2014 at 8:57am

    “he said it was exceptionally unlikely that investigators would target museum exhibits for prosecution.”

    Therein lies the problem. We are supposed to be a nation of laws, not men. Yet we keep passing idiotic laws. Then those idiotic laws start effecting areas that were not intended and the Authors now say “well thats idiotic we did not mean for “”THAT”" to happen”. Then they decide well lets just enforce the law only when it applies to what “WE” think it should apply to and everyone else can just ignore the law.

    Obamacare comes to mind.

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  • November 19, 2014 at 10:57am

    Well sounds to me like the perp has no common sense.

  • [31] November 18, 2014 at 6:08pm

    “One Twitter user even urged Dave & Buster’s to “GET A BACK BONE.”

    My favorite.

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  • November 17, 2014 at 8:42pm


    ” So I believe he may have been dumb enough to figure out to slip it on backwards”

    Thats what I am saying. I dont think he actually put the shirt on backwards and then proceeded to buttoned the shirt up backwards as the reporters claimed.

  • [12] November 17, 2014 at 6:05pm

    “He managed to button up the shirt backwards…”

    Please tell me they really did not think this guy actually buttoned that shirt up backwards. Or am I the only one that thinks the shirt was already buttoned up when he slipped it on…backwards.

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  • [9] November 17, 2014 at 9:28am

    You didn’t read the “sarcasm” part. You only read what you wanted to.

    sar·casm (särkzm)
    1. A cutting, often ironic remark intended to wound.
    2. A form of wit that is marked by the use of sarcastic language and is intended to make its victim the butt of contempt or ridicule.
    3. The use of sarcasm. See Synonyms at wit1.

  • [50] November 16, 2014 at 1:23pm

    “Apparently hunting a bear, eating/donating all of the meat”
    Sorry I could not disagree more! She should just go to the grocery store and buy meat to donate. Where no animals are harmed.


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  • [18] November 13, 2014 at 4:38pm

    “In my adult life i have never seen a situation that paralleled what I read in Ayn Rands books until now with Net Neutrality”

    Sorry Mark, you are wrong. There is SOOOOO much out there that is IDENTICAL to Ayn Rand. I could tell you the Media would definitely be one of them…

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  • [9] November 13, 2014 at 1:43pm

    Although I liked the video. This is actually old news. Been done several times to show the working product. My favorite and probably the first…

    Now I would like to see politicians use their own products against themselves. THAT would be something new!

  • [12] November 13, 2014 at 9:57am

    If gay marriage HAS to be allowed everywhere because it is a SO CALLED RIGHT then GUN RIGHTS MUST BE allowed everywhere based on the exact same premise!

  • [60] November 11, 2014 at 4:35pm

    In other words…” You stupid people! You dont listen to the words we say but rather what the words we mean to say, say. If you dont hear what we dont say then that is not our fault when you do understand what we say when we say it. Dont you stupid people understand what I say when I mean to say it?”

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  • November 10, 2014 at 8:53pm

    Lots of people “think” they can afford stuff. Then the end of the month comes and they wonder where all the money went. Not looking at restaurant bills, toys, unnecessary trips, alcohol, steaks instead of hamburger, etc., etc..
    A simple understanding of economics is missing from the Millennial. Trying to keep up with the Jones’s is hurting people because they are not cool.
    One of my favorite qoutes from a financial guy is… ” ‘We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like.’
    What you point out are contributing factors to a financial plan breakdown. However, they are a small part of the bigger picture.

    EDIT: I meant 50 dollars not 500.

  • [2] November 10, 2014 at 8:39pm

    He cant afford childsupport but he gets the newest phone everytime it comes out. So does his ex-wife.
    Now they are the statistic that is in the book I gave to them that she called stupid simply because they were not there, yet.
    I help with financial classes at my church. You would not believe what people do with their money. It is sad. I had a single parent with three children come to me and my wife after a class. She asked if we could help with budget because she could not understand how to do it. We sat down with her and found out she made 25K a year! After we went through her bills and helped set up a budget she had 500 dollars leftover. She said wait somethings wrong because I never have money leftover. We went through it three times and came up with the same result. She teared up and could not understand how just doing a budget can be so profound. I saw her last year and she has a whole new look on life. She does not look beat down.

  • November 10, 2014 at 8:31pm

    Absolutely. People believe they can have everything. How they get it is irrelevant. They believe simply because they breath air they are entitled to it.
    Now be careful, when you say an entire generation that does not include every single person. I know millennial’s who make 6 figures a year and live paycheck to paycheck. They always ask for a raise. If they do get a raise then they up their living style and wonder why they cannot make it. I also know some who make around half that and do very well. They regularly fund retirement. Have emergency funds. And enjoy life.
    Again, Millennial’s suffer from stuffitis. Sadly, this is the truth. I tried years ago to give a young millennial couple a book that taught about budgeting, saving, etc.. The wife read through it and said, “Sorry this book just is’nt for us. This is for stupid people”. Mind you they had no children, no debt, yet. They would get a paycheck and buy the newest game consoles. New remote controlled toys. Everything was good and they only made 30k a year.

  • [6] November 10, 2014 at 7:02pm

    Wodanaz I totally disagree with you.
    Yes cost of living is higher. Yes wages are stagnant. Yes education is getting more expensive. BUT…

    Why are people getting second mortgages for super bowl tickets? Why are people throwing away Iphones every year to get the latest greatest one? Why are people sleeping overnight in store parking lots to get the newest video game?

    I am sorry but there IS money leftover if you dont keep up withe jones’s. Why dont millennial’s know what a budget is? Why are people killing other people for NIKE shoes? Millenial’s suffer from “Stuffitis”. They want and need stuff. Thats why.

    The other reasons you mention are factors, but not the problem…

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  • [12] November 10, 2014 at 3:19pm

    They used to have the absolute best crust! But they changed the recipie and now it is an over sweetened nasty crust. It is absolutely horrid!

  • [6] November 9, 2014 at 11:37am

    You really twisted this story.

    On a side not a month ago a family member found the finger tip of a rubber glove in a bottle of pepsi.

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  • [6] November 8, 2014 at 1:09pm

    Reminds me of that commercial where the people are running from a murderer and they argue about where to hide. One says in a car thats already running and another says are you crazy lets hide behind the chainsaws!

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