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Shall we forget HR 589?

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Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by woodhorse74 on Tue Jun 07, 2011 6:51 pm

First topic message reminder :

Does anyone think hr 589 will happen? Being realistic, I don't think it can. So much time has passed since Lee & Scott met with Boehner and Caplan. Why
are we 99ers being ignored.

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Re: Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by lendmeflight2 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 4:22 pm

There has been nothing but lies spread about this president since day one. "I think I heard him say this...". But then it turns out he really didn't/

I am so tired of this

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Re: Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by exhaustedandtired/1208 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 5:26 pm

Lend me, if ur tallking about my post... I watched him say its only bumps

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Re: Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by mj33 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 5:38 pm

Mary Kay,

I think and know u are soooo right here on this, when the citizens like myself who don't really follow or enjoy politics start to recognize and understand this more and more, from following our bill and watching Cspan and our forums, its really sad we vote these people into office. And, I recently too have have other social network forums where get into debates with these rand paul school of objectivism way of economic thinking that blames the government and talks about deregulation and lowering taxes, thats all they ever say, and of course ridding completely of welfare programs. So they have no specific job creation plan and have no direct response for how they will provide immediate help insurance wise into the pockets of the multitude of the mass millions that need it, so they I guess behind the scenes are indirectly 'screwing' those on public assitance programs due to being 'screwed' by the government for taking their hard earned money. Is that the american way of proper morals??

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Re: Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by lendmeflight2 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 6:27 pm

exhaustedandtired/1208 wrote:Lend me, if ur tallking about my post... I watched him say its only bumps

I am not talking about your post in particular, just about the way this president has been treated from the start. I was a huge supporter of him when he ran and then I started to get disappointed in some things. However, now he is being treated so unfairly that I am on his side again. You have lived longer than me but in my lifetime no one has ever "liked" the president while he was in office. This is nothing new but just absolutely lying about what he says is new. There is a youtube video called "Obama admits being from Kenya" and in it he says "In my home country of Kenya". The you tube user took this out of context in the speech when he made a joke about people saying he wasn't an American.

I have never seen anything like this.

The bumps in the road thing was being blown out of proportion. What do you expect him to do, stand up in front of the American people and tell us the sky is falling?

No, he is the leader and has to stay as positive as he can. What he meant was we had a setback in jobs number and it could be better next month. Maybe it won't but we won't know that until next month. Things are getting better, I am finding a lot more things to apply for. This time last year there was nothing at all.


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Re: Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by Guest on Wed Jun 08, 2011 7:27 pm

When I think about it, No president in his right mind would stand up and say how bad things really are, not only because of politics but mainly because panic would spread like wild fire across the nation and it would cause huge civil unrest and even more instability.

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Re: Shall we forget HR 589?

Post by Guest on Wed Jun 08, 2011 9:55 pm

Q1: Should we forget about HR 589?
A1: No

Q2: Should we refrain from posting negative thread titles and posts?
A2: Most definitely. Negativity is not going to achieve anything other than publicly indicating that we are prepared to lay down and die on this issue.

Q3: Is A1 really being realistic at this point?
A3: This bill is not dead and certain representatives are accountable for it's current and future state. Since A3 is true to this point, then there is still promise, therefore let's stay positive, unwavering, and get to work.

With every post made, it may be an individual statement but collectively these posts add up. These threads will either allow us to "stumble upon" an approach still to be discovered (quickly), or they deaden our souls.

I will be on the streets in about a month if relief does not come either from HR589, finding a job within this time, or winning the lottery (which of course is negated for the lack of ticket $).

Let's please think before we post. It's all been said. Now let's focus on an answer for now, as Desperate and others have been pulling teeth to generate some action.

In my opinion, every post either heads towards or away from this goal. And so you are effecting my life, as well as everyone else's with wasted words or words of worth.

Your choice.

Let's cut the crap and start generating ideas. I promise I'll be contributing some thoughts - might be good or bad but I'll try - hopefully to generate some worthy and timely discussion.

I really want to be clear that my comments are not directed at all to the originator of this thread... that's very important for me to say.

Thanks.

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