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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Bob Ney gets a new job

At a liberal talk radio show.

Read about it HERE.


17 Comments:

at 11:37 PM, March 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

A year from now, many Repugnicant Congressrats will be where Bob Ney is: unemployed. Two years from now, they'll be where Ney was: in jail.

 
at 10:24 AM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Imus B Somebody said...

11:37...your remarks are childish...as usual.

 
at 10:43 AM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Three years from now after the Dems foist wealth redistribution on the working masses to provide free everthing to the lazy masses, the Republicans will be set up to return to running the government for 25 years.
Educate yourself and work hard America; you don't need the government to run your lives.
Wake up!

 
at 11:41 AM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't say they didn't warn you: Democrats in Congress are voting for tax hikes by eliminating or allowing the Bush tax cuts to expire. They're also against eliminating the Alternative Minimum Tax. This means millions would pay more - a lot more - taxes under the Democrats. You can argue that it's necessary, but you can't expect that your tax bill won't go up if there's nobody to veto it.

 
at 1:24 PM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Higher taxes are necessary to clean up the Repugs' mess. Since the tax cuts mostly benefited the wealthiest one percent, that means they will pay more when they finally expire. The wealthiest one percent's free ride needs to end and it needs to end now. The best part is that the President they put into office is ruining the economy after he implemened the policies they wanted.

Just like with Hamilton County and Ohio, it takes Democrats to clean up the mess the Repugs made of things.

 
at 2:33 PM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

1:24 Your logic is ridiculous.
Yes, the rich are going to pay more and they own the businesses, so we'll pay more as middle class workers. The underemployed and unemployed who have no earnings will get more at our expense. Who do you think pays for these give-aways?
I'm going to take another big hit from the CPS levy and I don't have kids.
Wise up!

 
at 3:11 PM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Right Wing Lies said...

The right wing nutcase is back again, spreading more lies. The Dems voted to let the tax cuts expire on the richest Americans, the top 1%, while keeping cuts for the middle classes intact. The Dems also want to eliminate the AMT, but not at the expense of giving the super wealthy another gift. Sorry, but billionaires like Carl Linder and Farmer doen't deserve to pay 17% while the middle classes have to pay 30% of our wages in taxes. You are going to have to dig a little deeper Uncle Carl, don't worry you can afford it.

11:41/2:33 thinks that he is super rich. Dream on right winger. You are obviously unemployed since you have time to post your fascistic diatribe here day and night.

 
at 6:09 PM, March 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so tired of hearing about how the repugs are better than the dems. EVERYONE who has even a little common sense knows that after the disaster that has been the Bush administration and repug rule through 2006 knows that repugs are greedy, soleless sob's with no compassion. There not fit to be americans, much less to lead. In a city like Cincinnati that is and has been backwards forever, there will be resistance to change. Lucky for many of us that the rest of the country is much smarter and will do the right thing by voting for only democrats. I can't wait till November to watch it all happen. I can't wait to see all the local conservative freaks lose their dreams and jobs.

 
at 11:12 AM, March 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

boy did this blog take an ugly turn. not one person commented on the irony that a republican criminal is working for a liberal talk radio station.

 
at 12:56 PM, March 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:11 Here's a couple of issues to ponder:

1.) When you raise the taxes on Carl Linder, what do you think will happen to the price of milk when you go to UDF?

2.) You would think that Bill and Hillary would be filthy rich and in the top 1%; why haven't they released their tax returns like all the other candidates?

3.) Aren't you just tired of footing the bills for those that won't work?

4.) Have you noticed all the kids wandering the streets in Price hill on school days? Why does CPS need more money when their students aren't even in school?

5.) has wealth redistribution a.k.a. Socialism really worked well in any other country?

 
at 1:01 PM, March 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

To everyone who wants to "sting" the rich, capital will always win out.
How about a national sales tax, so everyone shares the burden?
We have people that pay no tax that don't feel like they should shoulder any liability.

 
at 3:15 PM, March 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come Ney got off after serving 1/3 of his jail sentence. Oh yeh, he's a Republican with banking, gambling and election-machine buddies.
Isn't Traficanti still in jail? Oh, yeh, he's a Dem. Throw away the key.

 
at 3:23 PM, March 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ratner better keep him away from the books.
Put him on air? He was never honest with the public as a state senator and congressman. She trusts him now?

 
at 8:30 PM, March 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's fitting to see Bob Ney working for liberals. His ethics fit right in with their's.

 
at 1:05 PM, March 16, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

To all the Repugs out there still popping champagne corks over Spitzer, consider this:

Spitzer was born into priviledge

Spitzer's daddy financed his first run for office at age 35

Spitzer moralized against prostitution while using them for his own sexual gratification

Spitzer crusaded against financial crimes while commiting those same crimes himself.

Spitzer, by all accounts, thought he was morally superior to those around him.

Spitzer sure sounds like every other Repug.

He would certainly fit in to the Gang Of Perverts but NY, like so many other places, went solid Democratic after the Repugs ran the place into the ground. Nelson Rockefeller, John Lindsay, your typical Repug sons of priviledge who can't do anything right except loot the public treasury for themselves and their cronies, for all you history-deprived, non-book-reading right-wingers.

 
at 1:46 PM, March 16, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Spitzer history lesson - Spitzer is a proud Democrat. You might want to learn that before using the Spitzer case to bash Republicans.

Spitzer is a proud Democrat.

 
at 10:29 PM, March 16, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

.

We thought his new job was picking up the soap ?

Just ask that whacko Kansas governor sleeping in the alley bameee camp !

PATHETIC 'family values' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
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