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usfreeman

Member Since: February 25, 2013

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  • [2] March 1, 2015 at 10:28am

    Snow, Shhhh the NSA (National Spying Agency) will be stopping by to get our thinking fixed straight away.

  • [2] March 1, 2015 at 10:14am

    Barry’s just scared that his backside is exposed and envious that Eric gets to break and run before the traps jaws clamp down on his evil self…..the chickens ARE coming home to roost.

  • [2] March 1, 2015 at 9:59am

    This is just the beginning. When people fear for their lives…..stuff happens. Even IF BARRY and Eric get the guns folks still will have sticks and rocks.

    Alternatives go live where being clad up like that doesn’t scare the heck out of folks or lose the Islamist fashions. Don’t shoot the messenger.

  • [120] February 28, 2015 at 9:01am

    Probably been doing this for years…..he forgot to send BARRY and Eric his payment this month

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  • [3] February 27, 2015 at 11:01am

    Foo maybe I wasn’t clear regarding the fed what I meant was all of the agencies and departments of the federal government. There is so much duplication of effort like small business loans, fannie mae, freddie mac, farm home loans just to name a few. Why don’t we take a look at whether these are really needed or not and if so consolidate them into one department under a reasonable org? This is the pyramid principle which every little government manager comes to recognize early on. If your boss (and other likely department heads) isn’t going to retire soon enough for you to advance then you come up with something which needs(?) expansion let’s take Atomic Energy Comission and create the Nuclear Regulatory Commission the AEC still exists but the NRC now has most of the bucks. Stuff like this exists all over our government and make no mistake the resulting costs are unbelievable.
    Getting rid of the IRS as it exists in favor of a flat tax should be the first beach head and the second one should be to dissolve the Federal Reserve System along with the unregulated borrowing power of congress. It would initially mean a more lethargic economy but in the long run would be much more stable.

  • [1] February 27, 2015 at 10:49am

    The largest thing Perry defined was what a target rich environment the DemonRats are. IF and I reiterate IF the Repubics ever get the memo AND believe it there is absolutely no reason (other than worries about re-election) that should keep ANY conservatively minded group from being highly successful at getting elected but once that is done they need to hit the ground and take care of business, disregard the press and let their future rest on the renissance of the USA…….God bless us all.

  • [12] February 27, 2015 at 10:26am

    Stuff like this is exactly why. The biggest challenge for Conservatives (maybe repubics too) is to put every agency under a microscope and decide whether it’s mission is something that the Fed should be involved in and if so under which major organization it should be in.

    My dad managed a budget equal to our community’s annual one and while he was on the city council he got to be hated because when he was handed a 500+ page budget he examined it and returned it to them and asked for summary budget which detailed things like transportation, secretarial, office equipment etc. summary costs rather than the 1/10 of a secretary or 2/10 of a car etc. In other words he wanted to decide whether the departmental costs seemed to be reasonable and appropriate for the needs and he was damn good at it. This caused a stir because they wanted to drown the council in the roots rather than being able to see the trees and so it is with the fed today too.

    Taxation comes in the form of fines, fees, permits, leases, taxes etc. and I am not sure if anyone knows just how much that is and where it comes from. I definitely know that no one knows what the true costs of things like welfare, education etc. cost because the agencies reside in places like the USDA, Social security etc.

    If there is anything that anybody can do to improve our competetiveness and government services it would be to do this realignment, and do away with the current tax system in favor of a flat tax for starters.

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  • [18] February 27, 2015 at 10:04am

    If we all generally agree that Lerner will probably never spend any jail time. Why don’t we just spend our time getting an IRS replacement ready? We can always go back to fry this wench but time is precious and we should focus on doing things which have greater needs. Getting rid of the IRS as it exists also means getting of the Obamacare enforcers too.

  • [4] February 26, 2015 at 9:07pm

    I was kind of wondering whether it might need the Capitol hill laundry but then I realized that couldn’t have anything to do with bath house Barry.

    Can’t we just have some fun..Zappa.

  • [13] February 25, 2015 at 2:30pm

    Give me a GD barf bag. This excrement makes me sick when the RepubliRats lose the Dems rule when the RepubliRats win the Dems rule.

  • [4] February 25, 2015 at 11:40am

    Once again the she is cooking the books. Trying to take credit for growth of business in america since the creation of the EPA is bogus because between Reagan and Slick Willie the government managed to open a pipeline for countries who think clean air and water is a joke and a financial advantage for them to sell to our markets without compliance. Liberals that I know decry China buying coal but I have constantly tried to enlighten them as to the WHY which is that they need the coal to produce power so they can manufacture the goods which AMERICANS used to. Somewhere in their brains they can’t connect the dots. Regulated coal energy production here would be much better for the environment, human rights, etc. than for China to be dumping theise products produced without those regulatory constraints into the US economy.

  • [16] February 25, 2015 at 8:23am

    I’m sure it will be a speech no one will fall asleep at or have to look at the back of his head to keep from expressing displeasure at……..oops except DemoRats.

  • [10] February 25, 2015 at 8:20am

    Don’t defecate in one’s own nest??

  • February 24, 2015 at 3:21pm

    cantstandlibs nobody and no organizations should be tax exempt. They all consume services they should pay taxes. When everyone pays taxes we all pay less overall and the art(?) of lobbists and lawyers is much less needed. The other thing is that if we are only voting taxes on ourselves we would be much less interested in raising them and much more concerned about how they’re spent.

  • February 24, 2015 at 1:28pm

    jr while the fair tax would be a VAST improvemet over our curret re-distributionist taxation system, the problem is built into it with the very label”fair”. Why do we need a taxation syste which favors ayone over anyone else? This is what got income tax into problems because it identifies needy people whether they be single parents, underprivelaged etc.. I would favor a completely equal tax system. It is MUCH bettet to identify all of these people as what they are “welfare reciepients”. The reason I say this, is it is importantant for people to clearly be able to see the budget money spent for this along with any other budgetable item. One of the largest problems with the concept of “budget” right now is that funding is hidden in nooks and crannys of permits, regulatory taxes, sin taxes, fuel taxes, etc. I don’t think anyone right now could identify a monetary paper trail for funding much of anything and that is extremely wrong.

  • [7] February 24, 2015 at 10:54am

    Why doesn’t the IRS attach his wages….what a concept. I bet he’d quit faster than you could believe.

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  • [110] February 24, 2015 at 10:48am

    She and honestly most (if not all) of the DemonRat blacks elected to congress are probably the best examples of EXTREMELY LOW information voters at work. They repeatedly send back these corrupt (Charlie Wrangel, Conyers, Waters etc.) back to the well over and over again. Meanwhile they’re throwing rocks at black conservatives. It goes to show how well organized and morally corrupt the DemoRats are and who their constituients are.

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  • [3] February 24, 2015 at 10:36am

    RJJ it sounds like PROFILING is good enough(????) to protect us from future crimes by convicted felons, but not good enough to protect us from terrorists…

    I think the whole thing is baloney but it’s amazing how they’ll buy onto double standards…..when they think somebody’s back is turned. LOL

  • [2] February 24, 2015 at 10:26am

    You’re right and I think that one of the key ways (and fairest) to deconstruct this mess is to revise our tax system to a flat tax. Without their enforcement arm the whole house of cards is in serious trouble. It would have the additional benefit of taking politicians away from picking winners and losers in our society.

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  • [1] February 24, 2015 at 10:23am

    Tango I agree. Not just Roberts but the Supreme Court lost site of it’s mission years ago. Strict intrepretation of the Constitution and consititually related decsions was their ONLY mission. To take apart the convoluted messes that our legislators have wrought and mpart “what they think was meant” isn’t a part of that original purpose of the court. In fact law is law not a rubber band for them to play with. The whole concept of ANY court basing decisions on precdents is baloney. Each case should be tried on it’s own period.

    They embarked (at politically motivated politicians behest) on legislating from the bench. The latest decisions are just a step or two further along that path.

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