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Polls Show a Bleak Outlook for Ohio Democrats

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  • #398018

    hillside136
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    No

    #398013

    Mercurius
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    #398015

    groundrules
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    hillside136 wrote >>
    I would end ss, Medicare, Medicaid, funding for arts, smithsonian, dea, head start, public housing, NASA, pell, education for low income, foreign aid, highways, interest on debt, combat in Iraq
    That would be so great

    great, right up until you are ready to retire.

    #398016

    berdawn
    Member

    somertimeoh wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>
    I would end ss, Medicare, Medicaid, funding for arts, smithsonian, dea, head start, public housing, NASA, pell, education for low income, foreign aid, highways, interest on debt, combat in Iraq
    That would be so great

    Are you being sarcastic?

    ooooooo, we could be like haiti then. that would be so awesome.

    #398021

    somertimeoh
    Participant

    I’d like to (no, not true, I would absolutely hate to) walk a day in your shoes where you do not need, use, or interact with anyone who needs/uses, the programs you so easily and casually slash from existence.

    Put that cell phone down! No NASA, no satellites.

    #398019

    hillside136
    Member

    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    #398022

    Cookie
    Member

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    I’ll give you a quarter and you can keep the change.

    #398024

    groundrules
    Participant

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    and second grade spelling.

    #398025

    berdawn
    Member

    groundrules wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    and second grade spelling.

    did we also cut the punctuation budget?

    #398030

    hillside136
    Member

    groundrules wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    and second grade spelling.

    Why wud u do that?

    #398027
    Chris Sherman
    Chris Sherman
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    Looks like we have one of those retarded WBNS trolls on the loose!!

    #398031

    berdawn
    Member

    hillside136 wrote >>

    groundrules wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    and second grade spelling.

    Why wud u do that?

    excellent…maybe you can move on to commas someday!

    #398028

    hillside136
    Member

    berdawn wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>

    groundrules wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    and second grade spelling.

    Why wud u do that?

    excellent…maybe you can move on to commas someday!

    I am lost why on earth wud ya wanna stop funding fer English? Down here in barboursville we need all the help we can get with funding for English. English is one of the best majors and Marshall university us a top research school fer English .

    #398032

    groundrules
    Participant

    berdawn wrote >>

    groundrules wrote >>

    hillside136 wrote >>
    You guys ate right just cut funding for arts.

    and second grade spelling.

    did we also cut the punctuation budget?

    capitalization got the ax too.

    #398017

    myliftkk
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    Bristol Bar wrote >>
    How is that logistically infeasable when collecting tax from millions of different taypayers who work for millions of companies is any easier.
    I’d much rather have everyone cut their check for $450 monthly and really ask what they are paying for; the exact opposite happens now and its more like ok, I have $X’s net to spend.

    Economies of scale?

    You’re not proposing a policy because it meets a standard for either efficiency or effectiveness in funding a government, you’re only proposing it because you’ve got a preconceived notion of an emotional outcome you think is going to result in a reflexive action you concur with.

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