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Mike

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The end of "Capitalism" & "Democracy"? Did I hear that???

OT must be proud of them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :roll:
 

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well on the bright side most of those folks won't be breeding with anything that they will be able to produce offspring with! :D
 

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But isn't one of our resident posters proof that the indians had sex with buffalo?? :twisted: :twisted: no name mentioned

EH???
 

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the OWC wingbats put new meaning in terms such as Ob-zombi/O-bots

even with out pronouncing sex with animals was a right, the creepy zombi like following was weird enough..
 
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John McCain feels protesters' pain

The Occupy Wall Street movement is getting sympathy from an unlikely person: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).


The 2008 GOP presidential nominee said he understands the growing protest movement’s concerns over Washington bailouts of major financial institutions.

“Down in Arizona today, Maricopa County has the highest number of homes underwater of any place in this country,” he told reporters Wednesday. “And it’s disgraceful that we took care of the financial institutions, and we did nothing about the housing crisis. So I understand their frustration.”

He later quipped that he may be the “only” Republican does.
 

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Oldtimer said:
October 12, 2011

John McCain feels protesters' pain

The Occupy Wall Street movement is getting sympathy from an unlikely person: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).


The 2008 GOP presidential nominee said he understands the growing protest movement’s concerns over Washington bailouts of major financial institutions.

“Down in Arizona today, Maricopa County has the highest number of homes underwater of any place in this country,” he told reporters Wednesday. “And it’s disgraceful that we took care of the financial institutions, and we did nothing about the housing crisis. So I understand their frustration.”

He later quipped that he may be the “only” Republican does.


Many of the concerns of these protesters are the same as the Tea Party's concerns. Namely the bailouts etc.

The difference being that these protesters don't seem to have a problem with the bailouts that obama has brought to fruition, while the Tea Party has a problem with both those bailouts of Bush's and obama's.

Ask the Wall street protesters if they see a problem with obama giving $435 million to solyndra and I would expect they have no problem with it.


At the time of the bank bailouts, how many right here on ranchers said, "let them fail" and were chatized for being "extremists"?

What about GM, what was said by conservatives? Ask the OWS protesters and they will tell you that the GM bailout was a good bailout, because obama did that one.
 

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Oldtimer said:
October 12, 2011

John McCain feels protesters' pain

The Occupy Wall Street movement is getting sympathy from an unlikely person: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).


The 2008 GOP presidential nominee said he understands the growing protest movement’s concerns over Washington bailouts of major financial institutions.

“Down in Arizona today, Maricopa County has the highest number of homes underwater of any place in this country,” he told reporters Wednesday. “And it’s disgraceful that we took care of the financial institutions, and we did nothing about the housing crisis. So I understand their frustration.”

He later quipped that he may be the “only” Republican does.

GAWD! Methuselah now quoting "McSame". The same guy he couldn't bash enough during the 2008 Presidential campaign. :shock:

What an honest-to-god piece of work you are, Methuselah. Are you starting to "sundown"? :roll:
 

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is McCain running for Office or just running his mouth?
McCain Rewrites Own History On Bailout Vote

Here's how McCain explained the bailout plan in a September 22, 2008 interview: "'We're going to take over these bad loans. And we're going to have the taxpayer help you out. But when the time comes and the economy recovers, then anything that's gained back is going to go to the taxpayers first." As the Chicago Sun-Times explained in reporting McCain's comments: "The plan would dole out huge sums of money to financial firms to purchase bad mortgage-backed securities so the firms can resume normal lending operations."

In a speech the following day about improvements he was seeking to what became the TARP legislation, McCain made clear that he knew the measure was targeted at Wall Street,

Obama, McCain both vote “Yes” on Senate bailout bill

Both Senator McCain and Senator Obama were back in Washington, DC today to vote on the Senate’s version of the proposed $700 billion Wall Street bailout proposal. The Senator version will now be sent to the House, however, both Obama and McCain have now taken a position by giving a nod to the legislation. Sen. Joe Biden, Obama’s VP, also voted to approve the bill.

You can view the roll call vote here:

McCain (R-AZ), Yea
Obama (D-IL), Yea
Biden (D-DE), Yea

no wonder everyone was so luke warm on RINO McCain... why anyone would use him for an example is baffling... :? :???:
 

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Steve, not so baffling when you stop and realize who posted the comment :wink: :wink:
 

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