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Gayle in MD
06-21-2010, 03:58 PM
As is absolutely clear, or should be, by now.

So if you want more oil friendly protection of corporate corruption and enfironmental disasters, then vote for a Republican, and you will surely get more.

G.

llotter
06-21-2010, 05:04 PM
Better BP/private industry than the always incompetent government. Better occasional problems than perpetual and inevitable problems that bureaucrats generate on a grand scale.

The free market solutions would work better without government interference. Private industry is capable of setting safety and environmental standards effectively while the statist solutions always make the situation worse and at great expense. UL Labs is a great example of a longstanding organization run entirely without government oversight that is designed to protect society on many fronts and is highly effective.

bobroberts
06-21-2010, 05:17 PM
Gayle get over yourself.Who do you want to run the oil company's?the govnt? Both parties are in the pockets of oil company's that's why i advocate for the independents.
Time for a change we can believe in this time.I hope.

LWW
06-22-2010, 02:55 AM
G/W/H/S all believe in the omnipotence and omniscience of the state.

LWW

Gayle in MD
06-22-2010, 06:47 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: llotter</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Better BP/private industry than the always incompetent government. Better occasional problems than perpetual and inevitable problems that bureaucrats generate on a grand scale.

The free market solutions would work better without government interference. Private industry is capable of setting safety and environmental standards effectively while the statist solutions always make the situation worse and at great expense. UL Labs is a great example of a longstanding organization run entirely without government oversight that is designed to protect society on many fronts and is highly effective. </div></div>

Private Industry just proved their colossal greed and negligence beyond a shadow of a doubt, both on Wall Street, and in the Gulf, or weren't you watching????

You're looking at Free Market Solutions Results with no government oversight right now, destroying The gulf Of Mexico, ala Dick Cheney, the biggest crook to ever appear on the national scene, who should be standing in front of a firing squad right now, along with his co-liar, Bush...

In 2008, we saw the results of the Bush Cheney Laizzee Faire economic policies, a Republican leadership, again, in colusion with corporate crooks, when the market collapsed. From Reagan through both Bush's, wealth was redistributed away from the average citizen, to the wealthiest among us, while the average grunt suffered and saw their wages plumet. All of them were known liars, who broke the law behind the scenes.

Now the same RW Supreme Court that threw out hundreds of thousands of Florida votes, taking away the Florida Supreme Court's rightful power to rule on behalf of their own voters, in order to install Bush in the White House, has just recently opened up this country to becoming a complete fascist nation, by ruling that the average voter does not have equal power to the same wealthy corrupt corporate fascist pigs who are responsible for both the Wall Street crash, AND the Gulf disaster, a result of no government oversight, because when Republicans run the show, corruption take over.

If you haven't learned your lessons by now, you never will. It is government's job to organize for the best interests of the common good. Only when Republicans run the show, do we see corruption run wild. FYI, Greenspan's laizzee faire Free Market crashed, or were you sleeping????



And bTW, Underwriter's Laboratory held numerous public forums after 9/11, during which their top scientists stated unequivically that the WTC was bombed from the basement, and that the Bush administration was lying to the public about 9/11, it was completely illogical and unsupportable that a buiding built with the density and design of that steele shell, could not collapse the way that one did.

All of the Neocons of the thirties were attending communist meetings during their college days, and they were all devotees of Ayn Rand.

Connect the dots.

Gayle in MD
06-22-2010, 06:56 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: bobroberts</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Gayle get over yourself.Who do you want to run the oil company's?the govnt? Both parties are in the pockets of oil company's that's why i advocate for the independents.
Time for a change we can believe in this time.I hope. </div></div>

If you are going to attempt to communicate with me, cut the insults, or go your own way. back over to the zealot site.

YOU get over yourself, you're the new kid around here, and frankly, I could give a flying **** what you think, Sherlock!

There is only one party which has protected corporate crooks from accountability, consistantly, and ruled in the best interests of the wealthiest among us and against the interests of the common good, over and over aain, straight down the line, and they are still doing it, right now.

the fact that you can't see that is proof of you own ignorance and blind assumptions.

Neither party is completely innocent, but the Republican party, and every Republican president, has hurt this country everytime they vote, and in every way.

Now, they are voting to remove inheritance taxes for the wealthy billionaires, and cut unemployment for the suffering middle class.

If you can't grasp the fascism they and their RW Supreme Court represent, fine, just don't peddle you BS to me. The last honest Republican President was Dwight Eisenhowe, and his last warning was beware of the Military Industrial Complex. Bush said, "War is good for the econoomy&gt;'

What a pig!

Now answer with respect, or go your own way.

G.

Bobbyrx
06-22-2010, 08:16 AM
I'm going to wait and see what the current president does before I agree with you on this one. He did accept a lot of campaign money from BP and his actions so far have not been impressive regarding the spill. He IS the one who trusted BP to handle this mess. What a huge mistake. I still feel that if the spill was threatening the upper east coast or San Francisco or in Lake Michigan threatening Chicago, instead of the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and the panhandle of Florida, the reaction would be completely different. He would have been all over it from day one. Now he's calling General McChrystal home to chew him out for the Rolling Stone interview but he still hasn't met with human slime ball Tony Hayward, who's off racing yachts. Well, I'll finish my rant later, have to open the store.

pooltchr
06-22-2010, 08:54 AM
Bobby,
You have to understand how thing work around here. First of all, you have not been here as long as Gayle, so right away, she is superior to you. Second, you don't take your daily dose of leftist kool-ade, so you are automatically wrong, even when you are correct.
Nobody could possibly know as much as Gayle, who has decided that unless you live in Maryland, you must live in a fly-over state, and therefore are an ignorant slug. (If you happen to live in the south, you are a "Bubba")
Nobody on this forum reads as much as she does, watches as much news and c-span as she does, knows as many political insiders as she does, understands the inner workings of the political system, knows the innermost thoughts that motivate people. She is the only one who knows without a doubt that every Republican is a crook, and Democrats are always honest, and will always do what is best for the country.
Oh yeah, GW Bush is actually Satan!

Got it now???

Steve

Gayle in MD
06-22-2010, 09:14 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Bobbyrx</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I'm going to wait and see what the current president does before I agree with you on this one. He did accept a lot of campaign money from BP and his actions so far have not been impressive regarding the spill. He IS the one who trusted BP to handle this mess. What a huge mistake. I still feel that if the spill was threatening the upper east coast or San Francisco or in Lake Michigan threatening Chicago, instead of the coasts of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and the panhandle of Florida, the reaction would be completely different. He would have been all over it from day one. Now he's calling General McChrystal home to chew him out for the Rolling Stone interview but he still hasn't met with human slime ball Tony Hayward, who's off racing yachts. Well, I'll finish my rant later, have to open the store. </div></div>


<span style="color: #FF6666">I would suggest that you read the list of meetings the president had immediately after the spill, first of all.

Secondly, the spill will hurt every state on the East Coast, not just the south. The spill will hurt the economy of the entire nation. The sport fishing industry, for example, brings millions
of dollars to every state on the East Coast. Every state on the East Coast, relies on tourism, all the way up. We all east seafood, and we all enjoy our beaches.


Guiliani, Palin, and others, have told loads of lies regarding the president's approach to solving this problem. Guiliani is out there saying that Obama didn't meet with the industry experts. A huge lie. Don't take my word for it, just go to the http://www.whitehouse.gov, the list of immediate meetings all right there.

The President is out there fighting for the people immediately affected by the spill, and Republicans, quite a long list of them, are out there bashing him for it, and defending BP.

BP just paid more multi millions for this disaster to the overseers of their interests, appointed by the president. Looks to me like President Obama is making them pay as they go, instead of allwing them to tie everything up in the courts for decades, which is BP's history.

Now you may think that a Republican President would be going after BP just as much, but I would heartily disagree, since they are the ones who removed all of the regulations in the first place, in secret, BTW, annd their policy is obviously, drill baby drill!

I can just imagine what the Bush/Cheney/Rice/ oil cartel would be doing....</span> /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/crazy.gif

<span style="color: #FF6666">The bottom line is that there is no way these oil companies can safely drill in the deep, deep water, where they have pushed for drilling, particularly when we are seeing not just one, but three corportions involved in this thing, all of them negligent!

Time will tell, but in the meantime, people should study what happened, when it happened, why it happened, and what the president was doing from the start. Most have not. It is absolutely disgusting hearing Republicans bash aginst govenment ovesight, when that was the core of the problem particvularly during Repubican majority, during which our government became a tool of corporate power and corruption.

We sill have to see how the President cleans up the MMS, and the DOI, and what safe guards he puts into place, fighting the oil friendly, corporate friendly, deregulatory Republicans all the way, I'm sure...

So far, I think he has handled this thing magnificently, given the deluge of BP's lies he had to dig through from day one.

As for Tony, the liar, the president obviously knew he was lying, and went sraight to the top. Check the WH schedule....

G. </span>

eg8r
06-22-2010, 09:57 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">A Vote For Repubs Is A Vote For BP! </div></div>A vote for Dems is a vote for socialism and Chinese financial control.

eg8r