User Profile: Vonnie

Vonnie

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • March 29, 2014 at 6:35pm

    My mind kept coming back to Glenn and his dad for the last couple of days. My heart is sadden that the outcome is what I did not want.

    Glenn’s dad seemed like a caring, grounded, good humor person that shared is love with family and good friends. He will continue to live in our hearts and minds thru Glenn’s wonderful stories about him.

    Recently, my mom died and a piece of me that is lost, but found in her spirit that I feel is close.

    In reply to the story Glenn Beck's Father Passes Away

  • [2] August 22, 2013 at 9:36am

    For Oprah, the two deaths are the same thing because she only see the world against the blacks, unless it is green.

    You know the joke about the woman who call the police about a nude man in her neighbor’s house. The police said I don’t see him. She said ‘here stand on this chair’.

    For Oprah, if that man contributed to her businesses, she would see that man always fully clothed.

    I’m so disappointed in myself that I believed she had kindness in her heart.

  • June 5, 2013 at 8:37am

    I was upset Boehner would allow increase to our taxes for a small amount of spending decrease. In the past, the ratio of 1:10 and he was accepting 2:1. When it was changed to 3:1, he backed from the table.

    Those around me were outrage too. But, I believe it soften our image of all out for the corporations, when we are out all for our God, capitalism, and charity to our country, our children’s future, and rest of the world.

    My heart swelled when I read they prayed. I’m developing an app that shows different aspects of congress. Wish I could include their heart profile onto the legislator’s bio.

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  • March 5, 2013 at 6:53am

    After a gun stops a crime, no statistics gathering necessary. No need to look for help. No need to spend time filling out forms.

  • February 28, 2013 at 7:42am

    I retired to a rural community to save money.

    I see so much government spending abuse. Even with that, more is expected.

    Know of a government retiree from a low skill job that retires on more than he made working, insurance reimburse is more than the insurance cost. With all this, he complains his food stamps will stop in April.

    Know of a store that had to close down. A worker said he would not even go to a nearby town to apply for a job because he will get more from the government.

    Local community planned great new buildings. When the economy went bad, they continued because it was planned. No doubt had to spend it or lose it.

    When I was young, I hated being poor. Now, it seems we want the poor to not know they are poor.

    Basic economics. Giving food stamps raises price of food. Prices rise to where the market can bear.

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  • February 23, 2013 at 12:38pm

    Exact perfect response.

    Numbing of minds makes potheads not interest in deterioration of family, country, and belief in God. Taxes could increase as long as they can buy their pot. Slowly, all else is taken away.

    Really, to do what I want with my body. Kind of the abortion defense.

    It is better for all of us to live in the world than drop out of it.

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  • November 4, 2012 at 3:48pm

    Begging for votes. Even they know, this is all they have.

  • November 4, 2012 at 12:25pm

    My math experience was opposite. Math made so much sense to me and eventually I found how much math explains basic of many other studies.

    Every time I did well in a course I believed I would.

    This probably explains why millionaires dropped from formal education.

    Remove anxiety and watch our gdp grow.

  • October 11, 2012 at 11:00am

    When O’Reilly said are you ready for 40, 45% tax rates, Affleck eyes darted. Then said, we are only going back to the Clinton taxes of 39%. Clearly, he does not know what he already pays in fed, state, city, county, property, fica, medicare.

    When people say republicans keep Obama from just a tinkering of the taxes to make it fair, they clearly are unaware how unfair they want to make it.

  • October 7, 2012 at 10:27am

    They can have it both ways.

    They claim the biggest lie was that Obama is lazy. Then, they believe accept his laziness so he can skip the debate practice and use the teleprompter.

  • September 24, 2012 at 8:02pm

    You know Obama is to have control over the internet, if he needs it.

    He probably included network TV.

    The computer was doing a test.

  • July 1, 2012 at 11:33am

    Holy Molley.

    Liberals latch on to anything to make it racial.

    Romney has been stiff many times. It has taken F&F to reach out to him for him to know he can relax. When he relaxes, he lets us into his loving nature.

    The negative Tweets are more reflective of Williams’ racism.

    I don’t want to destroy his career, but he was trying to destroy Romney’s career without knowing the facts.

    White racism has to stop. Black racism has stopped.

    Black racism still lives in some minds who want payback.

  • June 28, 2012 at 12:48pm

    Poor Losers and Poor Winners.

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  • May 26, 2012 at 10:34am

    Soon as I heard Obama’s statement that profits are not good because employment is more important, I thought how more wrong could he be.

    I thought at first, I’m the only one who is thinking logically. Then, I realized this is falling flat with many.

    Kudlow says for Obama not knowing how profits build a bigger business, which hires more people, is enough of a reason for Obama not to keep his job, even though many other reasons exists.

    Unfortunately, many only think Wasserman-Shultz is right. They will continue to believe that they are entitled to receive hand-outs and entitled to give out other people’s money.

  • May 20, 2012 at 11:09am

    The Dems say:
    “They(the republicans) want to end the tax cuts for the wealthiest and they note that the economy boomed during Bill Clinton’s presidency, before the big tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 were enacted.”

    This is like you remembering your youth. Negatives are softened and Positives are magnified.

    Taxes collected:
    before 1995 don’t have reference
    1995: 1.38T
    1996: 1.38T
    1997: 1.48T
    1998: 1.72T
    2000: 1.90T
    Avg before 2001, Clinton years: 1.57T
    2001: 1.87T
    2002: 1.73T
    2003: 1.65T
    Avg after Bush 2001 Tax cuts 1.75T
    2004: 1.74T
    2005: 2.00T
    2006: 2.24T
    2007: 2.40T
    2008: 2.32T
    Avg after Bush 2003 tax cut 2.14T
    2009: 1.91T
    2010: 1.88T
    2011: 2.00T
    Avg after Eco-Terrorism 1.93T

    Now, let us wrap logic around this:
    Economy? Tax Cuts? Avg:
    very good no 1.57T on 2001
    good yes 1.75T on 2003
    good more 2.14T on 2008
    bad same 1.93T on 2011

    Now, they want to return to return to the taxes before 2001 with this bad economy.

    Logic would say this would bring the tax collection down.

    The democrats say you are not entitled to your own facts. I don’t this comes from irs.
    http://www.irs.gov/taxstats/article/0,,id=171960,00.html

  • March 17, 2012 at 10:35am

    For liberals to believe what they believe, they must ignore realities. They only want a 10-second sound message to affirm their prejudices. This is why comedians deliver their news.

    In depth conversation is not possible because every time they have no argument, they change the subject.

    Makes me wonder how any liberal talk show succeed.

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  • March 12, 2012 at 10:30am

    Wouldn’t you think any point of view is not always represented fairly on all lawsuit outcomes.

    And, if this point of view is not represented, then the assumption the other side must be overly represented.

    I would think they would want to concentrate on the current court decisions.

  • March 9, 2012 at 4:53pm

    LOYALITY.

    Years to develop. Usually, not fully checking out rumors and gossip cleans it out.

    I listen to the development of Rush’s account of the Fluke story. It was never to to put down the woman, only her cost estmate 10 times too high. Trying to figure how it could cost that much lead to this big mistake.

    Fluke acts as a victim. As Megyn Kelly says, she will be the 1%. The avg salary after graduation from Georgetown University is 160k.

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  • March 1, 2012 at 1:50pm

    I considered unfollowing Brietbart only because he retweeted those vile tweets he received.

    It hurt my heart, sure he felt the same way.

    They say many lived through him for his bravery hunting corruption. Count me one of those.

    In reply to the story Andrew Breitbart, 43, Has Died

  • February 28, 2012 at 9:35am

    Will Cain challenges Durbin. Durbin talks mostly about himself. He mentions he did not like Newt’s statement. This is good support for his conclusion to say Republican candidates are at war with Islam.

    By CNN letting this stand without further challenge, makes the initial challenge worthless, weak, or a lie.

    Just one more step to silience us.

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