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19 Jan 2014, 12:19 pm

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Wharf Rat » 19 Jan 2014 11:18 am wrote:
LOL!

CONfucks ENTIRE economic policy is built on MINIMUM WAGE McJobs!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!


Translation~~~~~~~~~~~> TRUTH HURTS :LOL:
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SUCK ON IT PROGRESSIVES! North Dakota is PROOF that conservative economic policies is what raises that standard of living. and proof that communist progressive economic policies in America SUCK and create more dependency and prolong poverty.......... :clap:

Coincidence Obama has not visited North Dakota through his entire illegal presidency? :huh:


McDonald's Signing Bonuses: North Dakota Outlet Offering $300 To Potential Hires

In one North Dakota town, prospective McDonald's employees are netting a nice paycheck before they ever have to ask a customer if they want fries with that.
McDonald's workers are netting $300 bonuses just to sign on to work at the eatery in Dickinson, North Dakota, Businessweek reports. That's just one sign of a state currently reaping the benefits of an oil boom, sending the jobless rate plunging to 3.4 percent and engendering fierce competition among employers to find workers.

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19 Jan 2014, 12:29 pm

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Wharf Rat » 19 Jan 2014 11:25 am wrote:
Truthwarrior757 » 19 Jan 2014 11:19 am wrote:
Wharf Rat » 19 Jan 2014 11:18 am wrote:
LOL!

CONfucks ENTIRE economic policy is built on MINIMUM WAGE McJobs!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!


Translation~~~~~~~~~~~> TRUTH HURTS :LOL:


The hits keep on coming. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.


For you maybe..............Why don't you try explaining whats driving the demand so much in North Dakota leading to McDonalds offering higher wages than so the McDonalds in down town Detroit where their all complaing?
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Cannonpointer » 20 Jan 2014 10:12 pm wrote:
crimsongulf » 20 Jan 2014 9:40 pm wrote:

Maybe not false but a bit of a twisted outlook. Too late for me to research her tonight, but I would be interested as to her source of wealth and what she does in her personal life to walk the talk.


Most people try to get what they can - she is almost certainly no exception to that general rule. Not many Mother Teresa types running around. That does not make false a statement like, "The shrinking middle class and ever more impoverished working class in this country pose an existential threat to our traditional society and way of life." That statement stands or falls on its own merits.


You coward :LOL:
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tharock220 » 23 Jan 2014 8:07 pm wrote:
Welcome to the Liberal world. It's better that everybody earn $1/hr than 9 people earn $10 and one earn $100.


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The latest rallying cry from progressive socialists designed to divide and incite anger is the theme of “income inequality.” It is repeated endlessly by President Obama, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and other Democrats on Capitol Hill. But what does it really mean?
Perhaps it’s useful to look at the opposite, “income equality.” Do liberal progressives truly believe it is up to them to mandate what every person receives as compensation for their work or efforts? Why stop at income?
How about marathon race equality? Why should there be a winner? How about grade equality? I am sure our children would consent to everyone receiving the same grade. Imagine if we told students that regardless of their hard work in studying and test success, all grades will be equally shared — after all, that’s fair, right?
How many of you would go to a doctor who received his qualifications through “grade equality?”
America is about fairness of opportunity, not an equality of outcomes. We all have a fair shot at success. You can’t punish those who work hard and employ government mandates or coercion to rig the game for a specific group.
How’s it working in North Korea, Cuba, Soviet Union, and every other place where a Marxist/socialist governing philosophy has been implemented?
Thomas Jefferson stated, “A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government.”
Famed NFL coach Vince Lombardi said, “The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.”
However, progressives like Obama and DeBlasio, agree with Karl Marx, “from each according to their ability, to each according to their need.” That philosophy is as anti-American as they come which begs the question, why would an American president hold this belief?
Progressive socialists want to redistribute the hard earnings of Americans in order to make a country of average citizens, C students all.
Just look at the Communist Manifesto and the goal of a “progressive tax system” which increasingly punishes individual productivity. We started with a top marginal tax rate in 1913 of 7 percent which is 39.6 percent today, and the liberal progressives still believe it’s not enough. Clearly they’re ok with tax inequality.
Progressives believe it’s within their power to determine an individual’s goals and objectives – but of course they wouldn’t apply it to themselves. If they really want to apply “income inequality” why not start with their friends in the entertainment industry? But leave us hard working folks alone.

5 MYTHS DEBUNKED

Myth No 1: Income for the average family has stagnated over the past 30 years.
Here is an oft-quoted statistic: From 1979 to 2007, taxpayers’ median real income, before taxes and before government transfers, rose by only 3.2 percent. Cornell University economist Richard Burkhauser, via Greg Mankiw, shows why that statistic is misleading:
If we combine the income of all the taxpayers within each household to get household median income, that meager 3.2 percent rises to a bit more respectable 12.5 percent.If we add in government transfer payments, that 12.5 percent number becomes an even better 15.2 percent.Factoring in middle class tax cuts over the period, the 15.2 percent figure rises to 20.2 percent.But not all households are the same size, and the size of households has fallen over time. Adjusting for household size increases that 20.2 percent to 29.3 percent.Finally, if we add the value of employer-provided health insurance, the 29.3 percent figure rises to 36.7 percent.
So there you have it: real income for the average household actually increased by more than a third over the past 30 years.
This conclusion is consistent with other studies. A CBO study of family income over the same period of time found an increase almost twice that size: the average family experienced a 62 percent increase in real income.
Economists have a way of measuring inequality that includes the entire population, not just the average family or the top 1 percent. It’s by means of a Gini coefficient, which varies between 0 (complete equality) and 1 (complete inequality). One study found that between 1993 and 2009, the Gini value actually fell from .395 to .388 — meaning that inequality has actually declined in recent years.
Myth No. 2: People at the bottom of the income ladder are there through no fault of their own.
In a study for the National Center for Policy Analysis, David Henderson found that there is a big difference between families in the top 20 percent and bottom 20 percent of the income distribution: Families at the top tend to be married and both partners work. Families at the bottom often have only one adult in the household and that person either works part-time or not at all:
In 2006, a whopping 81.4 percent of families in the top income quintile had two or more people working, and only 2.2 percent had no one working.By contrast, only 12.6 percent of families in the bottom quintile had two or more people working; 39.2 percent had no one working.
The average number of earners per family for the top group was 2.16, almost three times the 0.76 average for the bottom.
Henderson concludes:
“…average families in the top group have many more weeks of work than those in the bottom and, in the late 1970s, the 12-to-1 total income ratio shrunk to only 2-to-1 per week of work, according to one analysis.”

Having children without a husband tends to make you poor. Not working makes you even poorer. And there is nothing new about that. These are age old truths. They were true 50 years ago, a hundred years ago and even 1,000 year ago. Lifestyle choices have always mattered.
Myth No. 3: Government transfer programs, like unemployment insurance, are an effective remedy.
Government transfers can ameliorate the discomfort of having a low income and few assets. But at the same time they tend to encourage people to remain dependent, rather than achieving self-sufficiency. And the loss of benefits as wage income rises acts as an additional “marginal tax” on labor.
University of Chicago economist Casey Mulligan is the leading authority on welfare programs and how they affect employment. At The New York Times economics blog, he wrote:
“As a result of more than a dozen significant changes in subsidy program rules, the average middle-class non-elderly household head or spouse saw her or his marginal tax rate increase from about 40 percent in 2007 to 48 percent only two years later. Marginal tax rates came down in late 2010 and 2011 as provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expired, but still remain elevated — at least 44 percent…A few households even saw their marginal tax rates jump beyond 100 percent — meaning they would have more disposable income by working less…work incentives were eroded about 20 percent for unmarried household heads…in the middle of the skill distribution, while they were eroded about 12 percent among married heads and spouses…with the same level of skill.”

Overall, Mulligan estimates that up to half of the excess unemployment we have been experiencing is because of the generosity of food stamps, unemployment compensation and other transfer benefits
Myth No 4: Raising the minimum wage is an effective remedy.One of the few policy ideas President Obama has for dealing with inequality is raising the minimum wage. He thinks this will lift people out of poverty. Paul Krugman says the same thing. The difference is that Krugman is an economist who must surely know that the economic literature shows that raising the minimum wage does almost nothing to lift people out of poverty.
Richard Burkhauser and San Diego State University economist Joseph J. Sabia examined 28 states that increased their minimum wages between 2003 and 2007. Their study, published in theSouthern Economic Journal, found “no evidence that minimum wage increases…lowered state poverty rates.” Part of the reason is that very few people earning the minimum wage are actually poor. Most are young people who live in middle income households. For example, the economists estimate that if the federal minimum wage were increased to $9.50 per hour:
Only 11.3 percent of workers who would gain from the increase live in households officially defined as poor.A whopping 63.2 percent of workers who would gain are second or even third earners living in households with incomes equal to twice the poverty line or more.Some 42.3 percent of workers who would gain are second or even third earners who live in households that have incomes equal to three times the poverty line or more.

Myth No. 5: Income is the best measure of wellbeing.
Why are we talking about income? The implicit assumption is that income limits our ability to enjoy life. But that turns out not to be true. One study found that consumption by those in the lower fourth of the income distribution was almost twice their money income. Moreover, consumption inequality is much less than income inequality.
A Bureau of Labor Statistics studyfound that:
“…in 2001, the Gini coefficient for consumption was only .280 (almost 30 percent lower than the Gini for comprehensive income, and about 40 percent lower than the Gini for money income), indicating that inequality with respect to this most meaningful measure of living standards is relatively modest. Moreover, according to the BLS, during the fifteen-year period between 1986 and 2001, consumption inequality went down slightly; from a Gini of .283 to a Gini of .280.”
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26 Jan 2014, 9:02 am

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ANOTHER PRO ABORTION PRO HOMOSEXUAL THREAD? WTF!

A number of lawsuits trying to kill the mandatory contraception coverage policy in the Affordable Care Act...........

Skews the liar fails to point out that women can already get free contraception pretty much anywhere at pretty much tax payer exspense. WHY DOES IT NEED TO BE INCLUDED IN PROBABLY THE MOST UNPOPULAR CORRUPT LAW EVER PASSED? AT TAX PAYER EXPENSE ONCE AGAIN?.............TO FORCE IT DOWN THE THROAT CHRISTIANS!

Let me set the record straight where real conservatives and THE MAJORITY stand on abortion issue because I'm tired of liars like Screwy spewing his sickness all in the name of a single issue agenda no doubt. first thing I'd like to calrify is nobody with an once and sanity can deny there's nothing positive or productive about an abortion. most Americans and anybody with half a heart/brain or an ounce of FAITH/CONFIDENCE for the most part is pro life but only to acertain extent. even if abortion flys in the face of their religion no real conservative will object to abortion in cases of rape incest or harm to the mother. the problem MAINSTREAM NORMAL AMERICA has is ABORTION AS A MEANS OF BIRTH CONTROL! millions of women having abortions that sometimes measure in the dozens! most being payed for by tax payers! and where problem begins and ends as always? LEFTWING IF IT FEELS GOOD DO IT CULTURE! instead of progressives teaching 1st graders to put condoms on cucumbers basically encouraging failure, or exposing them unlimited porn, or progressives in hollyweird and mtv bombarding them with promiscuity we should be encouraging responsibility and good sound morals, making them aware of the temtations that lie ahead and the consequences that will follow as a result. LIKE TELLING THEM TO HAVE THEIR SHIT WIRED DOWN TIGHT FIRST! FINISH SCHOOL! FINANCIAL TRAINING! HOW TO ESTABLISH CREDIT! REJECT DOPE! TRY WAITING TO HAVE SEX! and enough of this walking into an abortion clinic for the 15th time in the past 3 years like it was scheduled appointment! Oh come on in, glad to see you again bla bla bla LIKE IT WAS FUCKING ROUTINE! and maybe we can elimiate most of this problem. real conservatives dont wanna tell women what they can or cant do with their bodies, they realize the reality that incompetent mistakes are made sometimes. but there must be limits somewhere. I'm sure most Americans are open for a debate on age barriers, the number of abortions allowed, and of course CULTURE!



A message for Screwy. even know they mean well the backwoods anti abortion fanatics in west Kentucky don't represent mainstream normal America, nor do pro abotion fanatics on the left who dont mean well represent mainstream normal America.

Single issue agenda driven liars like Screwy post these lies beause they have a personal intrest in seeing Democrats elected. those single issues are usually homosexual marriage or more taxes on the productive so unproductive losers like screwy can get more free handouts.

FKING PATHETIC! Liberals like Screwy should be exterminated
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contracoup » 26 Jan 2014 12:35 pm wrote:
"i only deal in factual reality and truth telling"

:rofl:

Good one! :die:

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Prove me wrong if you can :huh:
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GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 12:34 pm wrote:
Wow...if you have to go so low as to bring Ted Nugent into things, you're really scraping for traction... :blink:


The way you bring Bill Maher into things? :LOL:

At least Ted Nugent tells the freaken truth
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GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 12:52 pm wrote:
Truthwarrior757 » 26 Jan 2014 12:38 pm wrote:
GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 12:34 pm wrote:
Wow...if you have to go so low as to bring Ted Nugent into things, you're really scraping for traction... :blink:


The way you bring Bill Maher into things? :LOL:

At least Ted Nugent tells the freaken truth


Please post the quote where I brought Bill Maher into 'things'...I'll wait, McLiarpants... :die:


If not Bill Maher I'm sure you quoted other liberals just as dumb as he is so wtf difference does make :LOL:


Bottom line is Nugent is speaking the truth
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GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 1:02 pm wrote:
Truthwarrior757 » 26 Jan 2014 12:59 pm wrote:
GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 12:52 pm wrote:

Please post the quote where I brought Bill Maher into 'things'...I'll wait, McLiarpants... :die:


If not Bill Maher I'm sure you quoted other liberals just as dumb as he is so wtf difference does make :LOL:


I'm embarrassed for you that I have to explain 'what the difference it makes' to you.

You call yourself 'truthwarrior'. I presumed that you knew what 'truth' meant when you gave yourself that nom de plume. Wrong me.

It makes a difference because you are claiming that I said things I did not, in fact, say.

If you want to be known as 'truthwarrior', then tell the truth.

Otherwise, you're just plain ol' Liar McLiarpants from Liarsville.

That's the difference.

You got no cred, kid. :)


All my threads and posts speak for themselves Gaily. i think i had you confused with Sally. sorry but it happens
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26 Jan 2014, 2:16 pm

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GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 1:02 pm wrote:
Truthwarrior757 » 26 Jan 2014 12:59 pm wrote:
GailyBee » 26 Jan 2014 12:52 pm wrote:

Please post the quote where I brought Bill Maher into 'things'...I'll wait, McLiarpants... :die:


If not Bill Maher I'm sure you quoted other liberals just as dumb as he is so wtf difference does make :LOL:


I'm embarrassed for you that I have to explain 'what the difference it makes' to you.

You call yourself 'truthwarrior'. I presumed that you knew what 'truth' meant when you gave yourself that nom de plume. Wrong me.

It makes a difference because you are claiming that I said things I did not, in fact, say.

If you want to be known as 'truthwarrior', then tell the truth.

Otherwise, you're just plain ol' Liar McLiarpants from Liarsville.

That's the difference.

You got no cred, kid. :)


All because i confused you with another poster? that's all you got on me ha? :LOL: yea whatever
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