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Gayle in MD
03-29-2010, 01:37 PM
Well, obviously, there would be poor people starving all over the place. Sick people dying in the streets. The look of the Great Depression, would be the way of the land.

Less of the unfortunate would be able to access eduation, and when people lost their jobs, there would be no where to turn.

Roads and highways would remein in disaray, don't want that big bad government, interfering in our lives.

People with disabilities, wouldn't be able to get into buildings, or into bathrooms, the right wouldn't want their tax dollars to help someone else pee.

Our schools would all be shut down. Just another waseful government program, education.

Senior citizens would all have to either move in with their kids, or live on the street, there would be no way for them to keep up with the cost of living, except for the wealthy of course, but Republicans would be fine with that, as long as the rich had everything they wanted.

The markets would remain the same free for all that Bush created, so no one would dare invest in them anymore.

There wouldn't be any laws regulating real estate, so that too would be just a helter skelter affair.

We wouldn't have any Food and Drug administration, no emergency agencies to come around with food and water, after huirricanes and such, oh that's right, we've already seen what that looks like, while Bush was on vacation.


No rescue operations, when your care gets caught up in a flash flood.

We'd have to do away with the police departments, but what the hell, get your own aka...

The church, would likely take over all mandates...no more birth control, no more alcohol, no more obstruction for the pedophiles of the world, they'd be everywhere, doing whatever...the Catholic Church has it that way right now.

Gee, jump on in here and add your thoughts.

What would a Republican world look like? Dare to explore...

G.

pooltchr
03-29-2010, 02:08 PM
Just when I think ignorance has gone as far as possible, you set a whole new standard!

Steve

LWW
03-29-2010, 02:14 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Gayle in MD</div><div class="ubbcode-body">What would a Republican world look like? Dare to explore...

G.</div></div>

It would look like Obamaworld Lite ... that's why people are so pizzed off across this country.

LWW

LWW
03-29-2010, 02:15 PM
I have set the bar as low as I can with no success.

LWW

llotter
03-29-2010, 04:12 PM
No one who reads as much as Gayle can be called ignorant...more like stupid, I think.

cushioncrawler
03-29-2010, 05:50 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Gayle in MD</div><div class="ubbcode-body">.....What would a Republican world look like? Dare to explore.....</div></div>Gayle -- A republican usofa iz an impossibility. Due to krappynomix and other stupid notions it would quickly die a painfull death. The new usofa would resemble madMax and waterWorld -- a land divided into areas ruled by WarLords -- and basically living in a lawless and superstitious stone'age. It would rely on well run countrys for its technical products -- mostly guns etc -- eg it would be exploited by China etc. Only the powerfull would hav any goodies, eg cars and petrol.
After many decades, theze areas would become tribal, and the warlords would act az chiefs, followed by lots of indians, with horses being the main transport, and all living mostly in TeePees, and relying on bison for food.
madMac.

Gayle in MD
03-30-2010, 12:59 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: cushioncrawler</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Gayle in MD</div><div class="ubbcode-body">.....What would a Republican world look like? Dare to explore.....</div></div>Gayle -- A republican usofa iz an impossibility. Due to krappynomix and other stupid notions it would quickly die a painfull death. The new usofa would resemble madMax and waterWorld -- a land divided into areas ruled by WarLords -- and basically living in a lawless and superstitious stone'age. It would rely on well run countrys for its technical products -- mostly guns etc -- eg it would be exploited by China etc. Only the powerfull would hav any goodies, eg cars and petrol.
After many decades, theze areas would become tribal, and the warlords would act az chiefs, followed by lots of indians, with horses being the main transport, and all living mostly in TeePees, and relying on bison for food.
madMac. </div></div>

I think that's a good prediction of what it would look like, Mac. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/frown.gif

Under
03-30-2010, 01:06 PM
IMHO, you have been watching way too many documentaries of the end of the world. The end that man creates. Even the Hitler channel is in the world ending prediction mode.

Buy yourself a comic book and get better information.
Or, tune into a sports talking show. At least you would not continue the troll food.

LWW
03-30-2010, 02:39 PM
Well said.

LWW

hondo
03-30-2010, 05:39 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I have set the bar as low as I can with no success.

LWW </div></div>

Tap! Tap! Tap!

Bobbyrx
03-30-2010, 06:03 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">We wouldn't have any Food and Drug administration, no emergency agencies to come around with food and water, after huirricanes and such, oh that's right, we've already seen what that looks like, while Bush was on vacation.
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Actually the FDA was started by a Republican, and
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">MYTH: "The aftermath of Katrina will go down as one of the worst abandonments of Americans on American soil ever in U.S. history."--Aaron Broussard, president, Jefferson Parish, La., Meet the Press, NBC, Sept. 4, 2005

REALITY: Bumbling by top disaster-management officials fueled a perception of general inaction, one that was compounded by impassioned news anchors. In fact, the response to Hurricane Katrina was by far the largest--and fastest-rescue effort in U.S. history, with nearly 100,000 emergency personnel arriving on the scene within three days of the storm's landfall.
Dozens of National Guard and Coast Guard helicopters flew rescue operations that first day--some just 2 hours after Katrina hit the coast. Hoistless Army helicopters improvised rescues, carefully hovering on rooftops to pick up survivors. On the ground, "guardsmen had to chop their way through, moving trees and recreating roadways," says Jack Harrison of the National Guard. By the end of the week, 50,000 National Guard troops in the Gulf Coast region had saved 17,000 people; 4000 Coast Guard personnel saved more than 33,000.

These units had help from local, state and national responders, including five helicopters from the Navy ship Bataan and choppers from the Air Force and police. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries dispatched 250 agents in boats. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), state police and sheriffs' departments launched rescue flotillas. By Wednesday morning, volunteers and national teams joined the effort, including eight units from California's Swift Water Rescue. By Sept. 8, the waterborne operation had rescued 20,000.

While the press focused on FEMA's shortcomings, this broad array of local, state and national responders pulled off an extraordinary success--especially given the huge area devastated by the storm. Computer simulations of a Katrina-strength hurricane had estimated a worst-case-scenario death toll of more than 60,000 people in Louisiana. The actual number was 1077 in that state.


</div></div>link (http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/earth/2315076.html?page=2)

Sev
03-30-2010, 07:26 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Gayle in MD</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Well, obviously, there would be poor people starving all over the place. Sick people dying in the streets. The look of the Great Depression, would be the way of the land.

Less of the unfortunate would be able to access eduation, and when people lost their jobs, there would be no where to turn.

Roads and highways would remein in disaray, don't want that big bad government, interfering in our lives.

People with disabilities, wouldn't be able to get into buildings, or into bathrooms, the right wouldn't want their tax dollars to help someone else pee.

Our schools would all be shut down. Just another waseful government program, education.

Senior citizens would all have to either move in with their kids, or live on the street, there would be no way for them to keep up with the cost of living, except for the wealthy of course, but Republicans would be fine with that, as long as the rich had everything they wanted.

The markets would remain the same free for all that Bush created, so no one would dare invest in them anymore.

There wouldn't be any laws regulating real estate, so that too would be just a helter skelter affair.

We wouldn't have any Food and Drug administration, no emergency agencies to come around with food and water, after huirricanes and such, oh that's right, we've already seen what that looks like, while Bush was on vacation.


No rescue operations, when your care gets caught up in a flash flood.

We'd have to do away with the police departments, but what the hell, get your own aka...

The church, would likely take over all mandates...no more birth control, no more alcohol, no more obstruction for the pedophiles of the world, they'd be everywhere, doing whatever...the Catholic Church has it that way right now.

Gee, jump on in here and add your thoughts.

What would a Republican world look like? Dare to explore...

G.



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I think you forgot the scene form Monty Pythons, Search for the Holy Grail.

Bring our your dead. Bring out your dead.

Sev
03-30-2010, 07:30 PM
I liked Mad Max.

My type of living. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif

Gayle in MD
03-31-2010, 01:46 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Bobbyrx</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">We wouldn't have any Food and Drug administration, no emergency agencies to come around with food and water, after huirricanes and such, oh that's right, we've already seen what that looks like, while Bush was on vacation.
</div></div>
Actually the FDA was started by a Republican, and
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">MYTH: "The aftermath of Katrina will go down as one of the worst abandonments of Americans on American soil ever in U.S. history."--Aaron Broussard, president, Jefferson Parish, La., Meet the Press, NBC, Sept. 4, 2005

REALITY: Bumbling by top disaster-management officials fueled a perception of general inaction, one that was compounded by impassioned news anchors. In fact, the response to Hurricane Katrina was by far the largest--and fastest-rescue effort in U.S. history, with nearly 100,000 emergency personnel arriving on the scene within three days of the storm's landfall.
Dozens of National Guard and Coast Guard helicopters flew rescue operations that first day--some just 2 hours after Katrina hit the coast. Hoistless Army helicopters improvised rescues, carefully hovering on rooftops to pick up survivors. On the ground, "guardsmen had to chop their way through, moving trees and recreating roadways," says Jack Harrison of the National Guard. By the end of the week, 50,000 National Guard troops in the Gulf Coast region had saved 17,000 people; 4000 Coast Guard personnel saved more than 33,000.

These units had help from local, state and national responders, including five helicopters from the Navy ship Bataan and choppers from the Air Force and police. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries dispatched 250 agents in boats. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), state police and sheriffs' departments launched rescue flotillas. By Wednesday morning, volunteers and national teams joined the effort, including eight units from California's Swift Water Rescue. By Sept. 8, the waterborne operation had rescued 20,000.

While the press focused on FEMA's shortcomings, this broad array of local, state and national responders pulled off an extraordinary success--especially given the huge area devastated by the storm. Computer simulations of a Katrina-strength hurricane had estimated a worst-case-scenario death toll of more than 60,000 people in Louisiana. The actual number was 1077 in that state.


</div></div>link (http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/earth/2315076.html?page=2) </div></div>

What does any of this have to do with my thread?

On Katrina, any idea what ended up happening to all those billions of dollars of trailers that were sinking into the mud? Ruined??? Or, the people who became ill living in the toxic trailers?

I think most who would have made a thorough study would realize that there were a wide range of mistakes, and a great deal of lack of appropriate planning for what the NHC had warned, THE PRESIDENT, would breached the levies.

there were failures, beginning with the Army Core of Engineers, who didn't build optimal levy system in the first place, right through the Republican Majority, and the Bush Administration, who refused the governor's requests for money to strengthen and restore the levies, and wetlands, FOR YEARS!

Most Americans who watched for days, while people were on rooftops, begging for food and water, the specific duty of FEMA, didn't see a rescue going on that was impressive.

Yes, it probably was the biggest rescue effort, because it was a massive disaster. Watching it live, didn't make most of us proud, many of us wondered where the hell the President was, ON VACATION, RAISING MONEY, OUT TO DINNER.

We saw the video of the top man at the National Hurrican Center, telling Bush point lbank, the seriousness of the coming event, remember?

Did he do anything in advance, after such a serious warning, as president, to prepare????

Oh that's right, he left it to his guy Brownie, the horse show expert political cronie. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/crazy.gif

Transporters (drivers) in N.O., for the busses, ran from the storm.

Spin it anyway you like, our National Guard was bogged down in Iraq, the war of choice. <span style='font-size: 14pt'>Bush's War of choice</span>, which he left in a civil war, for Obama to clean up and settle, along with a collapsed economy, and another war in Afghanistan, AND New Orleans.... Still not fully rebuilt! Still not as safe as it should have been made!



(He was OUT TO LUNCH for eight months, pre-9/11, too.) The rest of the time, he was on vacation.

eg8r
03-31-2010, 07:05 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">What does any of this have to do with my thread?</div></div>Newsflash gayle, he commented on your comments. He even quoted the part of your thread that he was referring to. If you don't want someone to prove you wrong then don't bring up the issues.

eg8r