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Old 06-21-2012, 01:12 PM   #76
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4 Pinocchios for Obama’s newest anti-Romney ad - The Washington Post
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:30 PM   #77
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That's why I don't even listen to those bullshit ads from politicians. Half truths or things out of context is always their MO. They are put together to target the weak minded.
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That's why I don't even listen to those bullshit ads from politicians. Half truths or things out of context is always their MO. They are put together to target the weak minded.
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Check you PM.
Did you even bother to see if the link had been moved? It wouldn't matter anyways because nobody can reach that link or access anything you had.
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Did you even bother to see if the link had been moved? It wouldn't matter anyways because nobody can reach that link or access anything you had.
Thanks for removing the info. From my end when I looked at my post it showed as a picture with nothing wrong.
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Two terms and a small pension plan.

....why a pension,all American companys are dumping their pensions,if Walls Street is allowed to blow my money....lose theirs too.
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What Romney's Donors Heard at This Weekend's Retreat - Yahoo! News


You'd think that Romney would do everything he could to distance himself from Bush, but what does he do on his retreat for donors? Brings in most of the gang from the Bush era.

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Not that it matters, because Obama is pretty much like having Bush as a third term.
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....why a pension,all American companys are dumping their pensions,if Walls Street is allowed to blow my money....lose theirs too.
I don't have a problem with a small pension for their service.
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I don't have a problem with a small pension for their service.
Other people must put in 15,20,30 years for a small pension...not for 4,6 or 8.
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Other people must put in 15,20,30 years for a small pension...not for 4,6 or 8.
So here your against any pension but you think Walker was wrong to ask the union members to pay 5% of their pension plan.
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So here your against any pension but you think Walker was wrong to ask the union members to pay 5% of their pension plan.

Nope get bit straight jr, I'm against a congressman getting a pension after 3,5,or 6 years and making what ever someone said it was in the $147,000 range.Not against someone putting in 20,25 or 30 years at a job and getting one.
Again I will say Unions should'nt be attack as the evil of all and the cuase of everyone else's problems during an election year.
So are you against a Policeman ,Fireman or Teacher or Nurses getting a pension,what about Marines...should a service man or women get a pension afetr 20 years ?I say hell yes!!!!! A congressman ...hell no!
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Nope get bit straight jr, I'm against a congressman getting a pension after 3,5,or 6 years and making what ever someone said it was in the $147,000 range.Not against someone putting in 20,25 or 30 years at a job and getting one.
Again I will say Unions should'nt be attack as the evil of all and the cuase of everyone else's problems during an election year.
So are you against a Policeman ,Fireman or Teacher or Nurses getting a pension,what about Marines...should a service man or women get a pension afetr 20 years ?I say hell yes!!!!! A congressman ...hell no!
I've never said I was against them getting a pension. Whats happened is that states cannot afford to keep paying 100% of some of these pensions and health insurance cost. I think asking them to pay 5% of their pension plan was not out of line at all. I know lets keep the pensions paid in full by the tax payers and give teachers 90 day paid sick leave a year.
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alright FD, you do know when those contracts were negotiated there was someone from management sitting across the table? im with giantone here. lets earn those pensions, not the 6 or 8 years these politician's are putting in
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