JonRoss reincarnated wrote: "It doesn't matter who appointed Lois Lerner. She's done what she's done."
Just a reminder...
Saying a thing and proving that thing are far different in terms of relating facts.
Maximus wrote: "Omg Alprova and others. What did we do before FEMA and DHS if a storm destroyed a town. Well, we picked ourselves up and started all over again."
That's simply not true. Governmental assistance came in the form of emergency spending bills appropriating funds for natural disasters and piecemeal programs. FEMA centralized those efforts and now is part of the budget.
"Volunteers, The Red Cross, and various volunteer and church organizations will move faster, help more people and have more impact than Barry's Make Everyone My Pawn Welfare World could ever hope to do."
You'd lie to think that you exude an aura of enlightenment, but everything you typed is totally false and based on sheer ignorance.
But, as always, you're entitled to hold any opinion you so desire.
Maximus wrote: "Lois Lerner IRS Hearing Testimony testimony.....what a pompous, angry, arrogant bureaucrat. Lerner is reflective of the entire Obama administration."
She sure didn't seem angry to me. Trey Gowdy (SC) was quite animated in his speech that followed her refusal to answer questions however.
"A group of government employees and politicians that think politics is a blood sport and will stoop to anything to impart and implement their agenda. Lerner has a long history of targeting religious organizations including Pat Robertson."
Accusations come very cheap. Proving them is going to be quite expensive and this fishing expedition is going nowhere.
"Lerner is another in a long line of Obama appointees that has been a radical leftist all of her life and it will take a Special Prosecutor to get the truth out of the IRS hooligans working for Barry The Anti-Constitutionalist."
Lois Lerner was appointed by George Walker Bush.
"Yes, Obama is the President, but certainly a leader not to admire."
Of course, that is simply your opinion and one that has no bearing on the truth or representative of the majority of this nation, as was proven conclusively this past November.
"Fortunately Barry cannot fool people any more. The polls are not good and he will live out the rest of his term mostly on the golf course. Fore!"
However he lives out his term and whatever he does or does not do for the rest of his days as President of the United States, I have no doubt that you will spin like a ballerina.
"Obama is PNFL...President Not For Long. Can't wait until the mid terms"
He'll be President for the next three and half years.
"Alprova your man crush on Barry is embarrassing."
Do you think I care one whit what you believe?
"Any man that supports Obama is not much of a man."
Nope. Don't care what you believe.
Maximus wrote: "No, Christians like myself..."
Sir, you are about as far from Christianity as one can get and if you don't believe it now, you're sure going to find it out when you leave this life.
PT wrote: "Trailer Parks get catch enough hell from mother nature. No need for you elitist mopes to pile on"
Let me clarify something, in light of your statement. There is absolutely no shame in living in a mobile home. Mobile homes provide economical housing, they are cheap to maintain, and they do everything an expansive brick homes does.
A mobile home keeps you sheltered from the elements and it provides one a place to store their stuff. Utilities are quite cheap as well.
Everyone lives in what they can afford to live in.
I'm quite sure that Maximus lives in something other than what he claims to live in.
I was wrong to use that example to express my belief that Maximus is and always has been a pathological liar.
Maximus wrote: "aLPROVA, YOU ARE RIGHT MCAIN NEEDS TO GO! AGAIN, ANOTHER LIBERAL VIETNAM WAR LOSING VET. RESPECT TO HIS MILITARY CAREER BUT HIS POLITICS ARE EMBARRASSING! Another elitist along with his snobish (sic) wife and daughter. Now I really gotta go to work dog."
A "Vietnam War losing vet?" You truly have no shame or an ounce of respect for another soul but your own. You don't get to offset that remark by claiming to respect his military career.
I'm currently as liberal as they come, but I have a deep respect for what that man has done and gone through. I don't agree with all that man stands for, but I would NEVER type what you did above.
Don't drop any pizza dough today. You might get fired.
Maximus wrote: "One more thing Alprova, if insurance does not cover all of your loses due to the OK tornado the expectation should NOT BE that nanny state government, which is broke by the way, should take care of the rest."
It's all out of your hands. You are entitled to any opinion you so desire to hold, but what you cannot do is change a thing.
People in Oklahoma are going to get any and all assistance that they need, so sit and spin all you want about it.
"This mentality is dispicable (sic) and against the American ideal of hard work and self reliance."
Your total attitude and utter lack of compassion for what those people are currently going through is what's despicable.
"If my insurance does not cover all of the damage should I have an issue: A. As a consumer, I would have bought the right policy and amount of insurance any way so the situation would not occur in the first place. B. If insurance did not cover all of the damage my expectation would have been to pay the rest out of my OWN pocket. C. If neceessary (sic), I would take on additional work or take another job in order to pay for the rest of the damages."
Your theory is great. Your an exemplar Republican cheerleader. The only problem is that it's very hard to stick to such an ideal when everything you own has been wiped off the face of this earth, your entire family is standing in front of you with only the clothes they are wearing, they are hungry, they are thirsty, your car ended up in a tree around the block, and the prospect of the cost of motel stay will wipe out your bank account in two weeks.
That is the reality for most of those people in Oklahoma today. Now I know you'd like to believe that they each of those "Republican" families have millions of dollars languishing in their bank accounts, like you pretend to have, but most have two to four weeks worth of cash, at best.
"Again the expectation should not be that FEMA or Big Nanny government will pay for any portion of damages to my property due to natural disasters."
And again, your opinion is just that...an opinion. Your opinion is not shared by most Americans and your opinion will never change reality.
Maximus wrote: "OK, Alprova, you can go get some FEMA when your apartment burns down due to the Dude smoking weed next door."
Sir, I have never lived in an apartment. And unlike your many, many false claims, I can prove it.
Your ignorance is still an ongoing plague, because FEMA assistance is not available to anyone displaced by a non-natural, singular structural event.
"The DHS, was indeed a Bush idea, one of the many big government mistakes GW made. The DHS needs to be eliminated as well as FEMA."
You're free to hold that opinion, but it's never going to happen.
"Alprova have fun supporting the dysfunctional, coming apart at the seams, Obama nanny state."
There are many millions of Americans who are grateful for FEMA and their parent agency.
"Rumor is, Barry is very frustrated and wants to "Come Out" as a socialist so that all his drones will rise up and rebell (sic) against the evil machine called the U.S. Constitution that seems to confound Barry every time. Again, Obama hates the Constitution because it prevents him from doing what he wants to do to you."
There are no shortage of outrageous rumors making their way across the web about our current President. None of them have a shred of truth to them, but that does not stop people, like yourself for instance, from whipping them off the top of their heads and offering them as "facts."
It makes no matter what you type. As a citizen of the United States, Barack Obama is your President and he will remain so for the next three and a half years.
I simply smile and laugh at what you and others write about the man, because the simple fact is that no matter what it is that you believe and share, it will never diminish the man by those of us who support him.
"Oklahoma’s two Republican senators, Tom Coburn and James Inhofe, may be in an awkward position: their tornado-devastated state needs help from the U.S. disaster relief agency whose plea for funds they rejected in 2011."
"Coburn and Inhofe voted in September 2011 against a bill to provide $7 billion to help finance the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s relief fund. Coburn had unsuccessfully sought to reduce other federal programs to pay for it."
"The day after the storm, Coburn’s spokesman, John Hart, said the senator wanted any new disaster-relief aid for Oklahoma to be covered by cuts elsewhere in the federal budget, The stance drew little support from fellow lawmakers."
Inhofe told MSNBC yesterday that the Hurricane Sandy aid package was "totally different" than what might have to be provided to Oklahoma residents."*
"Lawmakers said the FEMA funding issue is unlikely to come up soon in Congress because the agency says it has enough money to pay for immediate recovery efforts. The fund’s balance is $11.6 billion, said FEMA spokesman Dan Watson."
*"..."If any money is needed, we are going to take care of it; this is an emergency," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Nevada Democrat, told reporters.
"Senator John McCain, a critic of wasteful government spending, said Congress should approve disaster aid without any strings attached if budget offsets aren't possible."
"..."I respect Senator Coburn’s view," said McCain, an Arizona Republican. "It’s laudable and I would support such a thing, but if we can't, the important thing is to get assistance to these people as soon as possible."..."
*""I don’t think disasters of this type should be offset by other budget cuts," House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers, a Kentucky Republican, told reporters. "We have an obligation to help these people."
"Congress passed the first installment of federal aid for Sandy victims Jan. 4. Coburn, Inhofe and McCain voted against the $60.2 billion package Congress completed on Jan. 28."
"Coburn, re-elected to his second term in 2010, has said he won't run again for the Senate in 2016."
"Boehner said yesterday, "We will work with the administration to make sure they have the resources they need to help the people of Oklahoma."..."
"The speaker, an Ohio Republican, cut off questioning at a news conference when reporters pressed him about any Republican demands to offset new emergency funds with spending cuts. He repeated his statement that Congress would work with the Obama administration to help storm victims."
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