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poco767c
11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
$350Million on Red.
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11:25 AM on 10/20/2009
Wow! I just asked the question, what do these guys do?
Your comment got a roar out of me
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seekanddestroy
11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
There is STILL a lack of accountability with these institutions?.....
Really?
Shocking, I know.....
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HeIsTheOne
Prima mea vita. Sine somnia.
11:10 AM on 10/20/2009
I'm out.

Work to do.
11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
Have a good day, HITO.
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LaurieAnn
Generation Jones INFJ
11:12 AM on 10/20/2009
You are so good. I'm letting my work pile up.
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katieandtom
11:13 AM on 10/20/2009
im on the treadmill with my computer - talk about killing two birds with one stone.

makes the time go by faster.
11:18 AM on 10/20/2009
Yeah same. (Sudden feeling that I'm packing the car for an extended guilt trip)
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11:10 AM on 10/20/2009
No where in the Constitution it says that Ron Paul should be a Congressman.

By his own logic, Ron Paul is unconstitutional.
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11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
HAHAHAHAH!
11:10 AM on 10/20/2009
One in six Americans is now in poverty. Is that enough for you conservataives? bankers?
Your plan to detroy the middle class is proceeding on schedule.

http://rawstory.com/2009/10/americans-poverty-study-finds/
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stunsitfel
Liberale sind verlorene Schafe
11:19 AM on 10/20/2009
Hey you have the White House and Congress. It's your world slick.
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NewFacesOfTheGOP
11:23 AM on 10/20/2009
Spoken with all the authority of a child who cr@ps on the floor, and then turn to his parents and says: "It's your problem now. I did my part."
11:28 AM on 10/20/2009
20 (out of 28) years of Republican rule led us here. The collapse was on Bush's watch and was the logical result of contemptible, predatory Republican policies.
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11:10 AM on 10/20/2009
AlwaysOnTheGrind I'm a Fan of AlwaysOnTheGrind I'm a fan of this user 5 fans permalink
I'll bet Barry regrets ever insisting that everyone call him that name well into adulthood.
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I'll bet Barry doesn't give a d@ mn.
11:15 AM on 10/20/2009
The President and his family are set for life. I hope the OP can say the same.
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HeIsTheOne
Prima mea vita. Sine somnia.
11:10 AM on 10/20/2009
Warren Zevon's got it...listening to it.

Send lawyersguns&money.

That's what we need.
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11:12 AM on 10/20/2009
He was an excitable boy. And did you know Roland was a wa.rri.or from the land of the midnight sun??? ;-)
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LaurieAnn
Generation Jones INFJ
11:12 AM on 10/20/2009
...Dad get me out of this!
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spinns17
TEAMSTER
11:14 AM on 10/20/2009
lol
11:09 AM on 10/20/2009
AlwaysOnTheGrind I'm a Fan of AlwaysOnTheGrind 5 fans permalink
Will he be responsible for the outcome of health care reform?
Is he responsible for the failure of the Porkulus bill?
Is Afghanistan his war now?

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How is the stim bill a failure, when one can see measurable positive results from its implementation and most of the money allocated to it hasn't been spent?

And Afghanistan is an international effort, relying on American leadership, so it's everyone's wa.r - well, everyone involved in it, anyway.

What else do you need help with, beej?

Just add it to the bottom of what appears to be a very long list of things you don't understand...
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11:08 AM on 10/20/2009
Bonuses are how these folks do business. I don't want guvment to give money to Wall Street and tell them how to pay and retain employees.

Should Bachman or Frank have a input on how people are compensated at the bailed out banks? I don't think so.

How would something like that be set-up? Do Hank Paulson and Geithner have a way to handle bonuses that make Americans feel bad?

What about raises? Are Americans angry that bailed out banks were able to give raises, or is it just bonuses?
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Furby2
12:50 PM on 10/20/2009
I see your point, but that money belongs to you. Don't you want some oversight to make sure none of it is spent on planes, limos and hookers? Set it up like a bank would.
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NewFacesOfTheGOP
11:07 AM on 10/20/2009
Newsflash: RonPaul will hold his next interview on economics and the Austrian School in a hall of mirrors. That way, at least, it will appear that someone give a sh*t.
http://charlesgoyette.com/uploaded_images/ron-paul-lonely-782152.jpg
11:09 AM on 10/20/2009
Too bad more people didn't understand how right he is about the economy. Instead, we have a know-nothing in the White House whose advisors were responsible for the collapse.

Boy-oh-boy is 2010 and 2012 going to be painful for the Democrats. Looking forward to the show!
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NewFacesOfTheGOP
11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
He's just a victim of the vast mainstream media conspiracy of federal oppression.
http://punditkitchen.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/political-pictures-ron-paul-crowd-supporters-mainstream-media.jpg
~snicker~
11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
Your health care plan?
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frappe
Corporations aren't people and $ isn't free speech
11:06 AM on 10/20/2009
America is being held hostage by corporate greed. Until we have real campaign finance reform, the status quo (the corporatocracy), and their enablers in Congress, will continue to dictate the timing and substance of political change.

I find it incredible that we still don't have substantive regulatory reform on our banking and financial institutions. What will it take? A total economic and/or political collapse?

(I also find it unbelievable that despite overwhelming public support for a strong public option in the health care reform bill (75% of Democrats and 50% of Republicans), that there are still a large number of politicians (all of the Republicans and about 10% of the Democrats) who question the need or efficacy of it. If a health care bill passes without a strong public option component that is accessible to everyone, it would be unforgivable.)
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S E Martin
11:11 AM on 10/20/2009
I just called Tom Petri's office (Republican--Central Wisc.) and spoke to one of his little tools to tell him that we need a public option and we need to call lobbying money what it is: bribery.

The little tool replied: Representative Petri is against the public option because of what it adds to the deficit.

More lies from the Republicans.

Petri never has and never will get my vote.

If you'd like to see where your Representatives stand on these issues, here's a good website:

http://www.themiddleclass.org/legislator/thomas-petri-288?gclid=CLSrmLPzy50CFRPyDAodLmP8sg
11:12 AM on 10/20/2009
We're STILL going on about the public option?

Newsflash: It's not happening.
11:05 AM on 10/20/2009
Living a fulfilling life is getting harder and harder every day in this country. The needs of the people are simple. There is unrest from both sides because our simple needs are being threatened. Interested in finding out what people truly seek to be happy in life.

Here are my three:
1. To see my mom grow old, stay healthy and not have to worry about retirement.
2. To be financially stable enough so my kids and family don't have to worry about things.
3. To have enough time to enjoy the little things with family and friends.

It seems that much of our worries revolve around money issues. Nothing will destroy someone faster than worrying about bills on the table. What are your needs?

Read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/20/money-spent-on-perks-frin_n_326771.html
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katieandtom
11:12 AM on 10/20/2009
but dub, the three items you listed revolve around money. it takes money for each of those three items to happen.

everything revolves around money, because it takes money to be secure. at this time, no one is secure. when you threatens peoples security, they get threate ned.

the economy needs to somehow begin to heal so that people can gain some security again. then all will be fine
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tonewheel
I'm the boss. Need the info...
11:04 AM on 10/20/2009
Cuppa Joe....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBQymqzgQ_M
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DSOTM
Legalize it, now!
11:02 AM on 10/20/2009
Its very simple folks, the bail-outs were nothing more than a band-aide on a bleeding wound.

Everyone on Wall St knows that the financial institutions are on borrowed time and that time is running out. They are manipulating the markets to maximize as much short termed profit humanly possible then its "take the money and run, overseas"

They know America has less than a year before our economy goes into complete collapse and our nation comes apart at the seams.

Unemployment will soon hit 40%, homelessness will be the norm and their will be food riots everywhere and no man on a cross will help us.
11:04 AM on 10/20/2009
Other than that, how did you like the play, Mrs. Lincoln?
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11:05 AM on 10/20/2009
Don't forget: harakiri is still a viable option.
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spinns17
TEAMSTER
11:07 AM on 10/20/2009
do tell hume.lol
11:02 AM on 10/20/2009
The tr()//s are angry and they aren't going to take it anymore, well until the next republican takes office and they'll be all for it.
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seekanddestroy
11:04 AM on 10/20/2009
Twice in fact....
11:10 AM on 10/20/2009
Mornin Seek : )
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GOPtakesEllisDee
Cryin' won't help you,prayin' won't do you no good
11:07 AM on 10/20/2009
G'morning LOTM.
11:09 AM on 10/20/2009
Good day, Ellis. How is it going?