redbearded's comment history

redbearded said...

Investigators should have ruled the accident stupidital. I have never heard of anything so moronic. Are young people really that stupid these days?

June 1, 2011 at 2:27 p.m.
redbearded said...

How long do tax cuts stay in place before they're called the current tax rate?

December 17, 2010 at 1:56 p.m.
redbearded said...

Librul, I didn't realize any of those people got elected. You are right on one point though, the american people's pockets ARE still being picked by the current idiot-in-chiefand his minions. Maybe now he'll listen a little bit to what the majority of the people want instead of carrying out his own egotistical agenda. The health care debacle comes quickly to mind.

November 10, 2010 at 3:24 p.m.
redbearded said...

You mean to tell me that some fool really wants to put those ugly windmills on the prettiest stretch of mountain in the southeast? I don't care if it rattles and makes enough noise to wake the dead, it will never pay enough in energy to warrant the grotesque look of stupidity.

October 1, 2010 at 12:27 p.m.
redbearded said...

So, I guess Odummy thinks it's more important that his family vacation in Spain on the taxpayers' dime than it is to create jobs for the millions of still-unemployed.

July 29, 2010 at 2:27 p.m.
redbearded said...

Obviously the mentally incompetent can vote in the national elections...I direct your attention to our latest idiot-in-chief.

July 29, 2010 at 2:24 p.m.
redbearded said...

Alprova, your usual whining and crying and temper tantrums, doesn't erase the fact that the current idiot-in-chief has spent untold trillions, tripled the deficit in mere months, added at least three pieces of useless legislation which will accomplish nothing but adding to the burden of the middle class, and has taken over his own little war in Afghanistan. If he knew anything at all he would know that of all places in this world to try and occupy, Afghanistan is not the place. He has, however, lived up to his resume.

July 27, 2010 at 2:25 p.m.
redbearded said...

As he continues to bray about economic gains and all the jobs he's created. The Great Deceiver strikes again!!!

July 7, 2010 at 1:58 p.m.
redbearded said...

Carl, you're all wet and all you've done is repeat the dim/lib cant of the last 2 years, trying to explain away why you're screw-up, do nothing prez has made things even worse. What you try to forget is that for the last 4 or 5 years congress and senate have had a majority of dims/morons that don't know what to do either but throw money at a problem. It has to stop and you people need to get out!!! The other lie the Great Deceiver has told you is that there was an economic recovery happening at all. There was never any such thing. Now he wants to reform banking legislation so that people won't be able to buy a home unless the gov't decides they can afford it. Construction market is down, unemployment is still high (oh, yeah, where's that jobs bill H promised you?), but his banker buddies and his union cohorts are doing just fine. Don't forget the health care pig and that your taxes will double in about 2 years to pay for the deadbeats he wants to have insurance. By the way, he'll never give one red cent to help the people in the gulf. Why do you think he continues to point the finger at BP. Better get what you can from them, he doesn't care, not his problem.

July 2, 2010 at 1:46 p.m.
redbearded said...

The only thing H is in charge of is finger-pointing. He keeps repeating that BP is responsible for all claimss and damages. All well and good. However, what that means in his double-tongued way is that the people of the gulf can expect no aid whatsoever for this disaster. All they're going to get is what they can get from BP. Best of luck with that. Also, there is not one chance in this world that I would set up an account of billions of dollars and let that madman administer it in any way. He'll give money to his banker buddies, bail out his union pals, but not one red cent to the people of the gulf who need it most.

June 16, 2010 at 12:58 p.m.

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