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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

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    Can you read the approval ratings? Do you understand the difference between having a pro growth economic plan like Reagan and a Micromanaging massive central govt. plan of Obama's? Apparently not thus you continue to be brainwashed by Obama. That 38% recent poll number for Obama is over 2 years after the end of the recession. Reagan ended up adding 17 million jobs. Think that Obama will generate those kind of numbers?
    Reagan didn't start off losing 4 million jobs like Obama did because he inherited the worst recession in 80 years. Not to mention, by this point in his presidency, Reagan lost more jobs than Obama, despite not inheriting an economy as bad as Obama did.

    Regardless, both had low JARS during their presidency, yet you somehow think that translates into negative leadership qualities for Obama but positive leadership qualities for Reagan, even though Reagan's job approval sank lower than Obama's

    Your own sycophancy destroys your position without me having to lift a finger.


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    My standard has always been results
    Exactly who do you think believes you when you bald-face lie like that? If it were true that results mattered to you, there's no way in hell you would have voted for Bush in 2004. Half trillion dollar deficits year after year, lost the Twin Towers, invaded a country over WMD that weren't there. The only reason you voted for Bush was because he was a Republican -- no other reason.

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    Reagan didn't start off losing 4 million jobs like Obama did because he inherited the worst recession in 80 years. Not to mention, by this point in his presidency, Reagan lost more jobs than Obama, despite not inheriting an economy as bad as Obama did.

    Regardless, both had low JARS during their presidency, yet you somehow think that translates into negative leadership qualities for Obama but positive leadership qualities for Reagan, even though Reagan's job approval sank lower than Obama's

    Your own sycophancy destroys your position without me having to lift a finger.



    Exactly who do you think believes you when you bald-face lie like that? If it were true that results mattered to you, there's no way in hell you would have voted for Bush in 2004. Half trillion dollar deficits year after year, lost the Twin Towers, invaded a country over WMD that weren't there. The only reason you voted for Bush was because he was a Republican -- no other reason.
    How long are you going to use that argument, Obama had total control of the Congress with overwhelming numbers and has generated the results we see today which have led to a 38% approval rating. Seems that you are part of the 38% that continues to blame Bush.

    What you seem to not understand is it was the Reagan economic policy that I supported and led to the 17 million jobs after LOSING jobs in 81-82. The Obama economic policy is a failure and you cannot even tell what it is other than blaming Bush.

    Results matter, Sheik, but you wouldn't understand that. Your use of percentage change is bogus and you know it.

    Bush isn't on the ballot in 2012 to tell me again why with the results we have you will be voting for Obama?

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    Reagan didn't start off losing 4 million jobs like Obama did because he inherited the worst recession in 80 years. Not to mention, by this point in his presidency, Reagan lost more jobs than Obama, despite not inheriting an economy as bad as Obama did.

    Regardless, both had low JARS during their presidency, yet you somehow think that translates into negative leadership qualities for Obama but positive leadership qualities for Reagan, even though Reagan's job approval sank lower than Obama's

    Your own sycophancy destroys your position without me having to lift a finger.



    Exactly who do you think believes you when you bald-face lie like that? If it were true that results mattered to you, there's no way in hell you would have voted for Bush in 2004. Half trillion dollar deficits year after year, lost the Twin Towers, invaded a country over WMD that weren't there. The only reason you voted for Bush was because he was a Republican -- no other reason.
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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

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    How long are you going to use that argument, Obama had total control of the Congress with overwhelming numbers and has generated the results we see today which have led to a 38% approval rating. Seems that you are part of the 38% that continues to blame Bush.
    What are you talking about? That argument never goes away. During Bush's Great Recession, there were 5 million jobs lost up until the time Obama was sworn in and another 3 million jobs lost between his inauguration and the end of the Great Bush Recession. You have to go all the way back to FDR to find a president who inherited a mess that bad.

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    Results matter, Sheik, but you wouldn't understand that. Your use of percentage change is bogus and you know it.
    Not to you they don't, stop lying. Your voting record belies your bull**** claims to the contrary.

    Obama, despite starting with 3 million increase to unemployment, has lost 2.3 million jobs for his first 32 months.

    By this time in 1983, Reagan, without being handed a 3 million job loss and with a workforce 1/3rd smaller than today, had added 2.2 million to unemployment. Even with those results, which were worse than Obama's, you voted to give him 4 more years.

    By this time in 1991, Bush Sr., without being handed a 3 million job loss and with a workforce 1/4th smaller than today, had added 2 million to unemployment. Even with those results, which were worse than Obama's, you voted to give 4 more years.

    By this time in 1993, Bush Jr., without being handed a 3 million job loss and with a workforce a bit smaller than today, had added 2.9 million to unemployment. Even with those results which were worse than Obama's, you voted to give 4 more years.

    So don't sit here and lie that results matter to you. All that matters to you is that there be a Republican in the White House. That is the only result you care about and your voting history since you became a Reagan Republican proves it.


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    Bush isn't on the ballot in 2012 ...
    His legacy will be.

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    ... to tell me again why with the results we have you will be voting for Obama?
    Actually, I already told you countless times, I will not be deciding on who to vote for in the general election until I know who all of the candidate are; and in the primary, I will be voting for Romney. You see, I'm not like you (thank G-d). I don't make up my mind 4 years in advance. Even worse, you won't veer away from the Republican party even when the president sucks, like the examples above.

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

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    "Your" President
    Umm, like it or not, unless you've renounced your U.S. citizenship, he's your president too.

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    What are you talking about? That argument never goes away. During Bush's Great Recession, there were 5 million jobs lost up until the time Obama was sworn in and another 3 million jobs lost between his inauguration and the end of the Great Bush Recession. You have to go all the way back to FDR to find a president who inherited a mess that bad.


    Not to you they don't, stop lying. Your voting record belies your bull**** claims to the contrary.

    Obama, despite starting with 3 million increase to unemployment, has lost 2.3 million jobs for his first 32 months.

    By this time in 1983, Reagan, without being handed a 3 million job loss and with a workforce 1/3rd smaller than today, had added 2.2 million to unemployment. Even with those results, which were worse than Obama's, you voted to give him 4 more years.

    By this time in 1991, Bush Sr., without being handed a 3 million job loss and with a workforce 1/4th smaller than today, had added 2 million to unemployment. Even with those results, which were worse than Obama's, you voted to give 4 more years.

    By this time in 1993, Bush Jr., without being handed a 3 million job loss and with a workforce a bit smaller than today, had added 2.9 million to unemployment. Even with those results which were worse than Obama's, you voted to give 4 more years.

    So don't sit here and lie that results matter to you. All that matters to you is that there be a Republican in the White House. That is the only result you care about and your voting history since you became a Reagan Republican proves it.



    His legacy will be.


    Actually, I already told you countless times, I will not be deciding on who to vote for in the general election until I know who all of the candidate are; and in the primary, I will be voting for Romney. You see, I'm not like you (thank G-d). I don't make up my mind 4 years in advance. Even worse, you won't veer away from the Republican party even when the president sucks, like the examples above.
    Obama campaigned for the job and wanted the responsibility. He got that responsibility and now he wants to blame everyone else for his failures and you are among the 38% that support him. We are over 2 1/2 years into his Administration and the results are worse today than when he took office. It is what it is no matter how you try to spin it. Still waiting for what your civics class taught you about the legislative process and what the Democrats did to prevent Bush from acting like a King? Seems to most that the Democrats were more interested in regaining the WH than doing their job preventing a recession. Then they got the WH and with overwhelming numbers generated the results we see today.

    As for the election it is easy to make up your mind when you actually have managed something and are used to hiring people. Resumes matter and obama's said he lacked the experience for the job. We are now seeing that resumes don't lie, he lacked management and leadership skills thus the results we have today.

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    Umm, like it or not, unless you've renounced your U.S. citizenship, he's your president too.
    "Your" means you voted for him, I didn't but he is the President of the United States. I was smart enough not to vote for this empty suit.

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

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    "Your" means you voted for him, I didn't but he is the President of the United States. I was smart enough not to vote for this empty suit.
    But you voted for Bush twice.


    Heck the guy couldn't even run an oil company three times over. Talk about an empty suit, LOL

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    But you voted for Bush twice.


    Heck the guy couldn't even run an oil company three times over. Talk about an empty suit, LOL
    Yes, my choice was Gore and Kerry, why wouldn't I?

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    Re: White House Tax Plan Would Ask More of Millionaires (Continued)

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Yes, my choice was Gore and Kerry, why wouldn't I?
    Well Gore did win the pop vote

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