Express Yourself: Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Thank You to Our Viewers

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Election 2012 | President Obama Visits Chicago to Raise Funds for Change We Can Believe In Campaign 2.0 - Yes We Can, Really, No Seriously, Well, Whatever...Just Write a Fat Check

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I believe, oh I believe. After all hasn't he lied for the past three years. Oh I believe. The schmuck.

Anonymous said...

Can you charge a contribution on the Link card? Or is that only if its a demonrat candidate?

Al Kohollick said...

Money talks......and bullshit walks. I can't wait to see Barack and Hillary crush Mitt and his poodle.

Anonymous said...

Al - the more I read you, the more I like you! If Mittens is the best that the Republicans can hope to nominate, they don't deserve to elect someone as dogcatcher.

Anonymous said...

Have you heard Palin et al saying Romney should release his tax returns, but Romney won't? The word is that all his income is from dividends, capital gains, etc., all things that are taxed at a lower level than wages. He didn't even take his salary as Mass. governor. Salary and wages is what you get paid for doing work; dividends, etc. is money you get for work that other people do, just because you put money in their company's pocket (or your company bought their company, laid off all the American workers and moved your factories, etc. overseas to hire foreign workers). Not Presidential material in my book. As far as him being the best they've got, no, they've got better, but none of them are running. Actually, Huntsman might not be a bad choice, but he has no chance in heck of getting the nomination.

Anonymous said...

I believe in change -- in Congress. We need to get a congress that wants to actually work for the good of the country, and not for political gamesmanship. "We're not on recess. We're still in session and working. And we'll pass a resolution to that effect as soon as we all get back to Washington."

Anonymous said...

As long as there are no demonrats in Congress, then the good of the country, not just the lazy I don't want to work bastards, will be served.

Anonymous said...

10:21 I just love the stupidity of your statements about dividends and interest. Maybe someday you idiots will realize that most all of the pension monies regardless of where you worked comes from investments paying interest and dividends. SO if you have a pension don't knock them its the capilist way. Other wise expect 100% tax rates to pay for them and that has a quick end point. They also support insurance companies to keep your rates lower then they would be if there were no dividends or interest. Most higher eeducation is also supplimented by trust funds, along with things like the Aurora Foundation etc. Your a fool to think that bank rates at 1% can support any thing. The best change would be to get his ass out and anyone running would be better.

Anonymous said...

Yes 6:19 the dividends and interest GREW my pension, but the initial investment comes from WAGES that I EARNED thru my work. In an ideal world, we would have no taxes at all, but that's not possible. As long as we're going to have an INCOME tax, all income should be taxed at the same rate. I personally am in favor of a flat tax where everybody pays the same percentage on ALL income, w/ no exclusions and deduction, no different rates for different kinds of income, etc. You of course have tried to gloss over the main point; I think we've only seen the tip of the iceberg as far as Romney's actions as a corporate raider. I want to know how many American jobs he killed. The only people who should be called a "job creator" is someone who can prove they've been creating American jobs. You're not a job creator if you've been sitting on huge amounts of capital, spending it on yachts, etc., or if you've been moving jobs overseas.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul has earned my respect an vote. He may not be able to become the nominee, but he's not only a person of principles and integrity, but he seems to be the only candidate who cares about the country's future more than personal power.

Anonymous said...

As long as there are no demonrats in Congress, then the good of the country, not just the lazy I don't want to work bastards, will be served.

1/13/12 6:15 AM


You are as wrong as can be. The Republicans in congress ARE NO BETTER than the democrats. They ALL put themselves and their party before the country and the taxpayers. The Republicans under Hastert and Bush spent and wasted just as much money as any democrats ever have. The problem is our two party system. The only thing worse would be a one party system (either all democrat or all republican). BOTH parties have moved away from the center, which is where the majority of the American public is and wants to be. We need a party that aims for the center. With some competition, the dems & repubs will start to work together in the best interests of the country. There's really no difference between the dems & repubs; they're two sides of the same coin, and all they care about is raising money to stay in office, selling out to special interests, and scoring political points. That's BOTH parties.

Anonymous said...

What has 200 years of Capitalism done for us?

One of every two people are either in poverty or near poverty. THAT IS HALF OF THE POPULATION OF AMERICA !

What elso do you need to know??

Anonymous said...

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it! This is what you need to know!!!

Anonymous said...

7:27 Your public education is showing! Now run along like a good little EVIL UNION member should.