Open Thread 4-17

- Vigil planned for 17 year-old student struck by car, killed in NE Seattle

– There’s your liberal media for you.

How Football Culture Can Change Rape Culture

– Link’s ridership has increased enough by February to meet it’s yearly projected growth.

This is an unjust and morally bankrupt system that can be fought by western citizens and governments demanding accountability, including the application of a broad set of international laws that companies must follow regardless of where they site their work or who they contract it out to. Without this, the race to the bottom around the globe will continue.

– It’s time to get worried about the Collectivists


  1. 1

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    A proposal in 2013 by neighbors cited the number of people that cross there to use the number 41 bus. However the Seattle Department of Transportation denied the proposal and said the intersection did not meet criteria for a crosswalk.

    What bothers Puddy is WHAT constitutes the “correct criteria”? A Death? Getting past the father’s grief of losing his only child… Imagine what that poor pickup truck driver is going through right now.

  2. 3

    czechsaaz spews:

    Might have been a good idea for the Republican led state of Alabama to accept medicaid expansion.

    “Currently, Medicaid in Alabama is a broken system, and our focus is on fixing the system – not expanding something that’s broken,” said spokesman Jeremy King in an email. “Governor Bentley signed Medicaid reform legislation that will help increase efficiency in Medicaid while also helping improve patient care.”

    The system is broken in the sense that we can’t find a way to throw more people off it.

    Governor Bently’s Medicaid reform is the Republican dream. Rather than a pay for service system Alabama changed to managed care at a firm controlled cost. Yep, you guessed it rationing and cuts to payments to hospitals which every Republican KNEW would lead to doctors quitting en masse if they can’t get paid for services rendered. That’s why we have to STOP Obamacare, it will lead to exactly the kinds of helath care crises we Republicans in Alabama enacted into law.

    “Why that dad gum Obamacare that Alabama refuses to implement fully it will cause death panels and rationing or somethin’!”

  3. 4

    Better spews:

    They have found that states that embraced the Affordable Care Act have done well, while states that fought it have done poorly.

    The example, effecting more than a dozen widows, was from Alabama that fought implementing Affordable Care Act, where many thousands were not allowed to get coverage due to the actions of the republicans.

    I find it dishonest when conservatives cite examples of people not being covered in states that fought to avoid covering people.

  4. 5

    czechsaaz spews:

    I see the Anschultz Examiner is at it again.

    Nutshell, There’s an e-mail that says the FEC is interested in maybe prosecuting groups that illegally and knowingly filed for tax exempt status that we caught red handed and maybe if we prosecute a few of them for perjury and tax evasion it will deter other groups from trying to break the law in the same way.


    “How dare the IRS talk to law enforcement agencies when they uncover clear evidence of law breaking. They should just let these groups break the law if they are right wing groups because…welll…breaking the law isn’t the IRS’ problem and how dare they not let groups break the law!”

  5. 7

    Better spews:

    Notice how conservatives are perfectly fine gutting wages and pensions for workers but then argue that doctors will be paid less, as a reason for rejecting the ACA?
    IMHO, it’s dishonest to use that argument in one setting but not the other.

  6. 8

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Wow two uses of the “Moonie” Times as one crazed databaze moron calls it. Guess it’s A-OK to use it eh clueless crazed cretin?

    Doesn’t expanding Medicaid crowd low-income earners out of private insurance and which compels them to sign themselves onto Obummercare and onto the government system? How does that help the bottom line when the young aren’t footing the bill per the Rand study Obummer likes to use in a biased fashion?

    Next use of the WA Times… There was DUMMOCRETIN Senators Whitehouse and Schumer “thoughts” around law breaking, but none was found. And using various US agencies like Justice to interfere with group status would have been screamed to the high heavens if it was done under GW Bush’ presidency by idiots like you two!!!

    Good try at spinning WA Times stories.

  7. 9

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @8 “Doesn’t expanding Medicaid crowd low-income earners out of private insurance and which compels them to sign themselves onto Obummercare and onto the government system?”

    So now you’re appointing yourself the defender of low-income earners? Tooo fucking funny for words!

    The Puddy Clown Show is always good for at least one laugh a day.

  8. 10

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @7 IMO everything those people say and do, on every single issue, is dishonest. There’s no such thing as an honest conservative.

  9. 11

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @8 Well let’s put it this way, putz, when you can’t even get the Moonie Times to back you, you’re in pretty bad shape.

  10. 12

    czechsaaz spews:


    Piddles didn’t actually look at the article, just googled.

    It cites one doctor saying that as many as 10,000 new medicaid patients might seek care at his clinic but he would only accept 1000. That’s a capacity issue, not payment.

    But according to Kaiser, before Obamacare about 1/3 of doctors did not accept new medicare patients (69% would so yeah 31% is not a third.) And the link says that under Obamacare, 31% of doctors won’t accept new medicare patients. Here in WA, we’re doing well as 76% of doctors accept new medicaid patients. No evidence exists to say whether the remaining 24% refuse because of payment issues or clinic capacity but it’s easy for Piddles to just jump to the conclusion that every single one of them hates Obamacare so they won’t take new patients.

    So Piddles brilliant Googling lead him to authoritatively post that under Obamacare, the percentage of doctors not accepting new medicare patients is exactly the same as the percentage of doctors who would not accept new patients before Obamacare.

    Brilliant, just brilliant.

  11. 13

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    So now you’re appointing yourself the defender of low-income earners? Tooo fucking funny for words!

    Puddy been defending my black brothers and sisters in the inner city since Puddy first started posting here you idiot wabbit! Yesterday I bemoaned how DUMMOCRETINS want to continue to abort black babies and how the NYC abortion rate was higher for black babies than the birth rate. Then some jackASS accused Puddy of wanting to spit on those black babies while the RACIST OWS fool agreed!

    You see IDIOT WABBIT, Puddy defends my poor black friends. They are stuck on the reservation because they continue to drink the kook-aid proffered by whitey DUMMOCRETINS and race hustlers like Jesse and Al.

    The rest of your rant is smelly pellets like you are. You’ve never lived as a black man, especially you coming from Bloomfield Hills Michigan, land of RICH whitey.

    Blow smoke up someone else’s ASS!

  12. 14

    Puffy Butt spews:

    Conservatives are confused. They don’t know whether to protect free speech or honor their Bible.

    Seems like they like to talk about all the shit in their Bible and being so self righteous. They have trouble living by the any of the commandments. But of course they’d rather lie than live by the word. Hypocrites and douch bags, they should be stoned.

  13. 16

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    It cites one doctor saying that as many as 10,000 new medicaid patients might seek care at his clinic but he would only accept 1000. That’s a capacity issue, not payment.

    Pure speculation on your part checkmate.

    Here in WA, we’re doing well as 76% of doctors accept new medicaid patients.

    Puddy sees that for 2009… where is the cite for 2014? Why no link checkmate?

  14. 17

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @13 “Puddy been defending my black brothers and sisters in the inner city since Puddy first started posting here you idiot wabbit!”


  15. 18

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Intersting article in Slate… Seems Obummer’s sadministratin doesn’t care about lying anymore. So much for the most transparent administration evah! Ties into the fact that 66% of DUMMOCRETINS think Obymmer likes to lie.

    How about that lie about pay differntials between men and women when he underpays his own wimens in de whitey house?

    How about that you can keep your health care plan in you like it?

    How about that you can keep your doctor is you like them?

    Did you know this about your fellow DUMMOCRETINS?

    It turns out President Obama isn’t the only hypocritical Democrat, in fact Senate Democrats have their own problems when it comes to equal pay. We pulled the official payroll records of various offices and calculated the average pay for men and women in each office for the most recent 6 month period available. Since some employees only worked a portion of the six month period, we calculated how much each person was paid per day in order to give an accurate representation. Here’s what we found:

    Get ready to see DUMMOCRETIN malfeasance in action!!!

    – Mark Udall pays women 91 cents for every dollar that a man makes.
    – Mary Landrieu pays women 88 cents for every dollar that a man makes.
    – Mark Begich pays women 82 cents for every dollar that a man makes.
    – Mark Warner pays women 75 cents for every dollar that a man makes.
    – Gary Peters pays women 67 cents for every dollar that a man makes.

    That means on average, these five Democrats on the ballot in battleground states pay women in their office 79 cents for every dollar made by a male employee. All Republicans support equal pay for equal work, regardless of gender or race for working families, mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers. Democrats, on the other hand, don’t practice what they preach. They’re hypocrites.

    Yes it’s right out in the open. Here’s a cartoon Puddy saved because Puddy was on the road last week.

    So where is the war on wimens? DUMMOCRETINS are leading the war on WIMENS. Naturally the left wrong media didn’t cover this!

  16. 19

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Roger just left another pile@17. Prove it otherwise. Still waiting for that Sux to be you proof! Amazing how that never materialized. See if the crazed clueless cretin with the databaze can prove you right!

    Puddy been defending the poor black man on HA DUMMOCRETINS since Puddy arrived!

  17. 20

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @13 “you coming from Bloomfield Hills Michigan, land of RICH whitey.”

    I did? Setting aside your white envy for a moment, I’m curious where you got this “information” from, because I’ve never lived in Bloomfield Hills and my family wasn’t rich.

    Here’s the real scoop about my biography, putz. I was the middle of six bunnies born to a single-earner family. I left the family burrow while still in my teens, and went to another state by riding on a freight train. Then, I worked my way through college with a succession of hard and dirty minimum-wage jobs, which included sweeping floors, washing dishes, and wiping old people’s asses in nursing homes. Then I joined the military and served as a dogface private in a war. Then I used my G.I. Bill benefits to attend law school, although the government benefits weren’t enough, so I also had to borrow and work. I was too poor to have a social life; I never went to a football game or school dance, I never had a girlfriend, I never had a car and didn’t learn to drive until after I had graduated from college; all I did was work and study. This rabbit bootstrapped himself up from nothing and is a self-made soon-to-be millionaire. I’ve been as poor as any black; I’ve gone hungry; I’ve lived by eating other people’s garbage and I’ve lived in a rented basement room that once was a coal bin. In short, I know how to be poor, putz, but I’m not poor anymore because I worked my ass off to rise in a world that tries to keep poor people down. I guess nobody saw this rabbit coming, I just sorta hopped in under the radar, and it’s too late now to stop from me becoming a millionaire. I’ve accumulated capital, I own a business, I have a six-figure income, I have no debts, I don’t have to work. This rabbit is rolling in clover, but it’s all my clover, that I grew myself.

    So take your Bloomfield Hills silver-spoon crap and shop it somewhere else, because your bullshit doesn’t buy you anything in my shop, bro. I’m the real deal, and I don’t take fake currency from blowhards like you.

  18. 21

    czechsaaz spews:


    Master of the Google, those Commies over at Forbes note that as Obamacare started to go into effect in 2013, more doctors were accepting new medicare patients than in 2012. Typically, the actual facts are the opposite of what the sheep lap up from the spoon of the rightwing media.

    “But…But…But…I heard it on the KTTH that doctors were leaving in droves. Hannity said it on the TEEVEE and I read it on Breitbart so of COURSE it’s true.” Piddles, who when confronted with the irrefutable fact that he’s an idiot digs in and asks for links that a Zen-GOOGLE-master like himself should be able to find BEFORE he posts something stupid, or words to that effect.

    (Hint, In Puddyworld, a doctor who says he will take 1000 new medicaid patients is in fact refusing to take any new medicaid patients.)

  19. 23

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    I’ve been as poor as any black; I’ve gone hungry; I’ve lived by eating other people’s garbage and I’ve lived in a rented basement room that once was a coal bin. In short, I know how to be poor, putz, but I’m not poor anymore because I worked my ass off to rise in a world that tries to keep poor people down.

    Been there done that so? Lived in a roach infested, rat filled Philadelphia tenement. Puddy already posted the Google coordinates. Just ask the crazed cretin. He’ll produce it for ya! My single mother gave me up to live with her aunt until I was 5 because we was poor. Puddy’s first NEW pair of sneakers was a set of reduced price Chuck Taylor Converse in 8th grade. Puddy is ninth in line to the throne! Had bed bug bites all over my torso when momma reclaimed me. So when you wanna swap some spit on a table about growing up poor let Puddy know. I can dig out some pictures of a poor skinny black kid. Puddy ain’t trying to become a $Millionaire.

    “Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves do not break in or steal; for where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”

    Yet it’s your people who keep my people down.

  20. 24

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    “But…But…But…I read it 1n the Daily Kos so it has to be true” – checkmate!

    Still no link checkmate. 76% of doctors… where’s da proof or you ain’t got any!

    Zen Master of BULLSHITTIUM… checkmate!

  21. 25

    Better spews:

    Because 2014 is not over yet.


    Obviously in New Jersey, the doctors are just lazy and don’t want to work to better them selves so they can be paid more. It’s the same conservative logic for fast food workers, why shouldn’t it apply to doctors?

    Wonder why NJ is so cheap? All that money going to Chris Christie and his minions? Maybe NJ republicans think medicare recipients vote for Democrats?

  22. 26

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    better to the rescue of checkmate

    Because 2014 is not over yet

    Butt an epic fayle… that 76% numba came from where?

    A fart?

  23. 27

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Chris Christie? Money going to Christie? You daft?

    When DUMMOCRETINS control the New Jersey House and Senate?

    Good try better. Puddy has family in Jew Jersey. Still the armpit of America even with the improvements Christie has enacted!

  24. 28

    Czechsaaz spews:

    Piddles, don’t you claim to work with computers for a living? The most recent data broken out by state is from 2011, not 2009 that you found. 2011 is well after passage of Obamacare.

    Just because you can’t find it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. But you found that B.S. survey story and took it as gospel.

    Maybe someone should check a database for you?

    Hell there were only THREE reports from those commies at Forbes in 2013 proving you assertion that doctors are dropping out of Medicare was completely false but you’re clinging to me not spoon feeding you a link as proof you aren’t a moron. Good luck with that

  25. 29

    Better spews:

    @25. If by numba, you mean number, that number is in the link provided in @24. On that page, find the long table of letters and numbers. Now look about half way down the page. Look for the letters “W” and “A” next to each other, that stands for “Washington State”, then look right, (that’s the hand you probably write with), and you will see three more numbers, “76.4”. Now don’t let the dot confuse you. That’s called a decimal point. It don’t mean the number is 764 with an extra dot in it, it means that the number is 76 with a 4/10th of a fraction after it. A fraction is a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.

    That means that in 2013, the writers of that page were using numbers from 2011, to show that in Washington state, 76%, that’s over three quarters, of doctors are taking new Medicaid Patients. We don’t know what the numbers are yet for 2014, because the year is not over.

  26. 30

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Still waiting checkmate.. Now you dancing




    The most recent data broken out by state is from 2011

    Your words on HA DUMMOCRETINS! Well where is it? And does it match the values for 2014? How do you know the 2014 values? You threw up 76% of WA State doctors accepting Medicare… Extrapolating from 2011 values? Dayum dats weally funny!



    Dancing… [S]he’s a dancing machine

    [So can you]
    Back it up now
    Back it up now
    Back it up now
    Back it up now?

  27. 31

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Since summer is coming up we can all go on a shoe strike!

    Yeah that’s the ticket!

  28. 32

    Bruce Partington spews:

    Here’s one you might find interesting. Eli Lilly is suing to get Canada to cough up $500 million dollars in “lost profits” for not patenting a new drug that doesn’t actually work, and has enlisted 32 congresscritters, including our own Dave Reichert, to pressure them:

    Eli Lilly Enlists Congress In Fight Against Canada For Refusing Patent On Useless Drug

  29. 33

    Very Severe Conservative spews:

    Robert Maro Jr., a Cherry Hill, N.J. internist, said he has not accepted new Medicaid patients for 15 years because of low pay.

    Good God. Obamacare has the ability to go BACK IN TIME and force doctors to stop accept patients 15 year ago. Is there NOTHING that man will not do to subvert Amurka? Martha, get thee to the bunker!

  30. 35

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @23 “Yet it’s your people who keep my people down.”

    Well, then, I guess it’s up to your conservative friends to lift you up. How’s that working for you so far?

  31. 36

    czechsaaz spews:

    Doctors in a survey say they intend to stop taking new medicare patients under Obamacare (Forbes reports that not only are they NOT doing so, more are doing the opposite.)

    Alec Baldwin says he intends to leave the country if W. is Reelected. (Where was that new country he moved to?)

    Ted Nugent claims he will be dead or in Jail within a year if Obama is reelected. (At present, Ted is quite alive and NOT in jail.)

    Sean Hannity says he’ll be waterboarded for charity to prove it’s not torture. (Despite many offers of payment to a charity of his choosing on completion by many media personalities…tick..tick..tick..getting close to five years and not a drop of water has spoiled Hannity’s hairdo.)

    Rush Limbaugh says the economy will be destroyed if Obama is reelected. (Deficit growth is slowing, unemployment is too slowly dropping, but dropping, DJIA had the best year since 1998 in 2013.)

    I suppose since I didn’t provide links Piddles will be along any time now to claim Ted’s dead, Doctors are fleeing medicare patients, the economy crashed in 2013, Hannity is wet, Alec lives in Jamaica…

    It’s his act.

  32. 38

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Well, then, I guess it’s up to your conservative friends to lift you up. How’s that working for you so far?

    How when your people control the cities my people live in?

  33. 40

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    It’s surely amazing when Puddy places material on HA DUMMOCRETINS, y’all want proof from some links! When Puddy reciprocates we see the checkmate act above.

    Produce the 76% of WA State doctors accepting Medicare patients! Let’s see it.

    Of course you can’t! You tried to slide that through just like the resident IDIOT Wabbit does when he makes “snide comments”!

  34. 41

    Puffy Butt spews:

    @38 your people? Are you God? You should let them make that distinction. How are you helping them? Wonder why they don’t live in other cities where Republicans control. Last I checked with my Republican co-worker and neighbor, he don’t want black people living next to him.

  35. 42

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    @35 – I hear Rush Limpdick is helping the blacks out every day.

    Yes he does. His number 1 is black!

    Sux to be you.

  36. 44

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    How are you helping them? Wonder why they don’t live in other cities where Republicans control. Last I checked with my Republican co-worker and neighbor, he don’t want black people living next to him.

    Some call that an anecdote! Prolly cuz he sees the violence caused by inner city peeps and he’s scared. Did you ask him why or you were afraid to engage?

    Blacks been brainwashed by white libtard DUMMOCRETINS and the race hustlers. But more are getting educated every year!

  37. 45

    Puffy Butt spews:

    @44 – I never knew they were so weak individuals. Is it because they are not smart or is something in the DNA?

  38. 46

    czechsaaz spews:

    A link was provided in this thread but not by me. It is also easily found through Google. If you still can’t find it, well I guess you’re just lazy or too stupid. I know part of your act is never admitting you don’t have a leg to stand on.

    You’ve spent all day clinging to a claim that doctors are refusing to accept new medicare patients as a result of Obamacare. Forbes, USA Today, DHS and hundreds of bloggy sites show FACTS that what doctors said they would in a survey isn’t actually true to what they actually are doing in reality.

    But feel free to dig in an wait.

  39. 47

    Puffy Butt spews:

    @44 – what percentage of wealthy black professional sports players vote democratic? You mean Democrats have so much power they even influence the black vote after they are resurrected from poverty? So are blacks holding blacks back too? That be some powerful DUMMOCRETINS.

  40. 48

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    44 – I never knew they were so weak individuals. Is it because they are not smart or is something in the DNA?

    Well this guy claimed that to be true…

    Acknowledging that the issue was a “hot potato,” the lifelong Democrat and avowed secular humanist nonetheless said his beliefs were not an excuse to discriminate against blacks.

    “There are many people of color who are very talented,” said Watson, “but don’t promote them when they haven’t succeeded at the lower level.”

    He told the interviewer, a former student of his, that he had recently inaugurated a DNA learning center near Harlem, and would like to have more black researchers at his lab, “but there’s no one to recruit.”

    Didn’t Watson claim a link between skin color and sex drive, proposing a theory that black people have higher libidos?

    Secular humanist… atheist like HA DUMMOCRETINS!

  41. 49

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    A link was provided in this thread but not by me.

    For 2011. So how can you EXTRAPOLATE that for 2014 checkmate?


    Sux to be you!

  42. 50

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Who knows. But the public ones are Charles Barkley, Robert Bo Jackson, Ozzie Smith, Tony Dungy, Gale Sayers, David Robinson, Harry Carson, David Winfield, David Deacon Jones, Ernie Banks, Herschel Walker, Lynn Swann, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Reggie White, Jerome The Bus Bettis

    Don King is a Republican…

  43. 51

    Puffy Butt spews:

    But more are getting educated every year!

    And of those that are being educated – what percentage are becoming democrats or republicans. So they got educated enough but not smart enough to figure out who held them down and who picked them up? Again, that be some real powerful DUMMOCRETINS – almost like they put a spell on them black people, even after they got educated. Educated by the Conservative man of course, but then they vote Democrats again.

    How about them uneducated honkeys, how do democrats hold them down? The be extremely powerful. The even got the white poor man fucked up!

  44. 53

    czechsaaz spews:

    Dance much?

    Puddy sees that for 2009… where is the cite for 2014? Why no link checkmate?

    But if you bothered to look at any of the Forbes articles in the last years that national data is currently available there were 30,000 more doctors accepting new medicare patients in 2013 than there were in 2012. The new medicare rates from Obamacare took effect on Jan. 1 2013. So if doctors were going to flee the program that would have begun in 2013. But the opposite happened.

    QED, what the doctors claimed the would do in your survey @6 is not in any way the reality of what happened.

    Here’s and intellectual exercise for you Piddles. I know it will hurt you to try to be intellectual. Can you provide a link from any source that proves there were FEWER doctors accepting new medicare patients as you claimed in @6 after Obamacare’s medicare rate change took effect in 2013.

    I see, after a full year of new horrific medicare reimbursement rates in 2013 failed to lay waste to the physician pool in America, guffaw, physicians are going to suddenly realize that those penuriuos rates the government has been paying for all of 2013 were so awful that 2014 is REALLY, REALLY, REALLY the year doctors are going to get pissed and leave the profession or cut their patient pool and decide to make less money by only accepting private insurance patients.

    There’s a business truism that comes into play. Is it better to sell 1000 units at 60% of suggested retail value or 200 units at full price? But your a conservative so Econ 101 doesn’t make sense. Only the discredited Reaganomics makes sens to you.

  45. 54

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @38 “How when your people control the cities my people live in?”

    Oh, we’re doing “your people” and “my people” now?

  46. 55

    Czechsaaz spews:

    I’ll make it simpler for you.

    “I deserve a raise at my computer job. I’m going to ask my boss for a raise. If he doesn’t give it to me, I’ll quit because I’m worth it.”

    Scene two, that evening.

    “How did it go with you boss, did you get the raise, honey?”

    “She said no. I was so mad I wanted to quit but we have the mortgage due, your car still has thirteen more payments i still have graduate student loans and I really have only this job that I trained my life for that pays me what I’m making now so what choice do I really have?”

    “So you’re going to work tomorrow?”


    So full of hubris when asked how they would react to Obamacare were those surveyed doctors. Some might call them delusional. Some might call them egotistic. Others would call them full of shit.

    Piddles would call them principled men who did exactly what they said they would.

  47. 56

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Puddy’s grievance, as nearly as I can figure out, is that most blacks are Democrats. It must really suck to be black and Republican at the same time, because you have no friends.

  48. 58

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @55 “So you’re going to work tomorrow?”

    Nope, not me, I don’t work anymore. I’m a capitalist now.

  49. 59

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Puddy sees that for 2009… where is the cite for 2014? Why no link checkmate?

    That was before the 2011 link was placed.

    Great deflection there checkmate!

    Still no link for 2013/2014. Pffffffffffft!

    Sux to be you!

  50. 60

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Puddy’s grievance, as nearly as I can figure out, is that most blacks are Democrats. It must really suck to be black and Republican at the same time, because you have no friends.

    Puddy has other black Republican friends and they live around here but they have to be quiet about it!

  51. 61

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Piddles would call them principled men who did exactly what they said they would.

    More thoughtless horse manure from checkmate.

    Droning on and on; very stooooooooooopid!

    Sad so sad! Sux to be checkmated again!

  52. 65

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Where is the idiot@47 with his DNA retort? Some idiot DUMMOCRETIN claims black DNA…

    James D. Watson, 79, co-discoverer of the DNA helix and winner of the 1962 Nobel Prize in medicine, told the Sunday Times of London that he was “inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours — whereas all the testing says not really.”

    He recognized that the prevailing belief was that all human groups are equal, but that “people who have to deal with black employees find this not true.”

    DUMMOCRETIN thought!

  53. 66

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Meanwhile PMSNBC is getting crushed. Must be their viewing audience is Seattle proper. Seems most HA DUMMOCRETINS know what is being said each night!

  54. 67

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @65 For God’s sake don’t you try to prove him wrong. You’d better leave that job to someone else.

  55. 68

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @60 “they have to be quiet about it”

    Why’s that? Seattle isn’t Mississippi or South Carolina.

  56. 69

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @63 “How racist of you!”

    You’re the only poster making black/white differentiations here. No one else is.

  57. 70

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Sen. Reid Calls Bundy Supporters ‘Terrorists’

    “Sen. Harry Reid … labeled those who defended the rancher against a Bureau of Land Management cattle roundup ‘domestic terrorists’ at a Thursday evening question-and-answer session hosted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. …

    “The Nevada lawmaker said he spoke with both federal and state law officials, including Attorney General Eric Holder, and was given assurances a task force would be established to deal with the Bundy case. ‘It is an issue that we cannot let go, just walk away from,’ Reid said. ‘He doesn’t pay his taxes. He doesn’t pay his fees. And he doesn’t follow the law. He continues to thumb his nose at authority.'”


    Roger Rabbit Commentary: I agree with Reid. This is about rule of law. I hope to see news photos of people who pointed guns at federal law enforcement officers being arraigned in federal courts soon.

  58. 71

    EvergreenRailfan spews:

    Did I miss much, I don’t take my tablet with me to work, and I am on the night shift.

  59. 72

    EvergreenRailfan spews:

    70)Those are strong words, but they had to be said. One of the reasons that the Feds own so much of Nevada, is that it was desolate. Then again, there are some parts of Nevada where nobody should go, such as the former Nevada Test Site, for obvious reasons.

  60. 73

    EvergreenRailfan spews:

    As for LINK, when the University extension comes on line, we’ll see higher ridership then as well. I doubt that the 70routes(if they are still running) will be able to beat UW to Downtown in 6 minutes.

  61. 74

    EvergreenRailfan spews:

    The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is putting the first of 40 New fuel efficient locomotives into service. Built by MotivePower in Boise, with GE prime movers, producing 4600hp. MotivePower used to use EMD 710 series engines, until Caterpillar had EMD ‘re-enter the passenger market, and so far, only has Los Angeles Metrolink to show for it.

  62. 75

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    You’re the only poster making black/white differentiations here. No one else is.

    Wrong again IDIOT Silly Wabbit.

    Why don’t you go back and think before posting. Puddy just proved one of your side earlier this week from the Google archives. Didn’t need a crazed cretin clueless databaze either!

    Sux to be you!

  63. 76

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Meanwhile at the really stoooooooooopid left wrong site, Media Morons is upset the SEIU is trying to unionize its members.

    Media Matters for America is apparently resisting an effort by Service Employees International Union Local 500 to unionize its staff.

    Last week, the union filed a representation petition with the National Labor Relations Board, indicating that the nonprofit media watchdog organization rejected an effort by the union to organize MMFA’s staff through a Card Check election.

    Butt, The Morons claim to be a champeen of labor unions. They attack Rush, Sean, Ed, Michael, Michael, Hugh, Larry, Mark, etc. on their website as anti-union! Except, of course, when the union comes knocking on Media Morons doors!

    Seems Media Matters went to a what law firm for the save? Management side law firm? Nooooooooooooo! DAYUM! Media Moron wants to force Moron employees into a secret-ballot election. Wait a minute… That’s the voting method Conservative Republicans want to maintain and insist works while Media Morons wants card-check.

    The organization published multiple pieces celebrating the Democrat’s so-called Employee Free Choice Act, which would make it easier for unions to organize through card check campaigns and prevent employers from forcing a secret ballot election.

    Media Matters researcher Meagan Hatcher-Mays took to the organization’s blog to criticize “a wave of Republican anti-union legislation [that] has placed obstacles between workers and union representatives and disrupted opportunities for workplace productivity.”

    What a bunch of hypocrites! Notice the “obstacles” Media Morons will implement when Morons employees want to exercise the same rights Media Morons advocate against Conservative Republican companies. That’s A-OK against them. More do as I say not as I want you to do to me!





    Hypocrites… Just like HA DUMMOCRETINS whom to this day have not taken Max Blumenthal to the cleaners for being the mouthpiece for the Kansas DUMMOCRETIN racist who likes him some Obummer but hates Israel! Nary a peep!

  64. 77

    Teabagger spews:

    @71 – No, just Puffy making a fool of himself. Apparently white people being held back by them powerful DEMOCRETINS.

  65. 78

    Teabagger spews:

    @71 – No, just Puffy making a fool of himself. Apparently white people being held back by them powerful DEMOCRETINS.

  66. 79

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Puddy wonders if the moron@77 is crazy and headless lucy? First where did Puddy claim

    white people being held back by them powerful DEMOCRETINS.

    this crap?

    Second Puddy doubts many HA DUMMOCRETINS would know about the DNA comments of DR James D. Watson besides one who has placed racist comments on this blog since 2005. Only a real racist would make a comment like #44. The chilling effect here is the rest of the HA DUMMOCRETINS didn’t call teabagger/puffy (headless lucy) on the comment after Puddy provided the proof of DUMMOCRETIN Watson’s thoughts. Well it has to be you all are in-bred morons!

  67. 80

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @44 “Only a real racist would make a comment like #44.”

    That happens to be your own post, dummy.

  68. 81

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    America has real racial issues, but Puddy’s personal persecution complex isn’t one of them.

  69. 82

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    #45 IDIOT Wabbit!

    Personal Persecution Complex? It wasn’t Puddy calling everything posted against Obummer racism on HA DUMMOCRETINS!

  70. 85

    correctnotright spews:

    As the positive numbers keep coming in on the ACA:
    1. Over 8 million signed up
    2. 12.5 million MORE people with insurnace coverage
    3. No big increases in costs for next year
    4. Even bigger savings on the budget deficit over the 100 billion originally forecast

    We need to also consider the BAD:
    1. 8 million uninsured Americans and 17,000 avoidable deaths due to republican-led states refusing to expand medicaid.
    2. 240,000 people that will have catastrophic medical costs that could have been avoided.

    Republican obstructionism is not without costs…and we should hammer them on the facts and the numbers.

    There is no republican plan – five years and they still don’t have a damn thing. How incompetent is THAT?

  71. 87

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Apparently the economy sucks after all. Thanks Obummer!

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Election-year memo to Democratic candidates: Don’t talk about the economic recovery. It’s a political loser.

    So say Democratic strategists in a blunt declaration that such talk skips over “how much trouble people are in, and doesn’t convince them that policymakers really understand or are even focusing on the problems they continue to face.”

    In addition, Stan Greenberg, James Carville and others wrote that in head-to-head polling tests the mere mention of the word “recovery” is trumped by a Republican assertion that the Obama administration has had six years to get the economy moving and its policies haven’t worked.

    Puddy been saying this for years. HA DUMMOCRETINS disagreed and now the lead DUMMOCRETIN strategists agree with Puddy!

    Sux to be a left wrong HA DUMMOCRETIN!

  72. 88

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Where was Roger IDIOT Wabbit’s daily CNBC post… Oopsie a DUMMOCRETIN Clinton dirty dirty dirty money launderer is convicted!

    Without campaign contributions, “nobody will even talk to you. . . . That’s the only way to buy them, get into the system. . . . What, what else is there? That’s the only thing.”

    Very interesting commentary here…

    Hillary Clinton supporter, Bill Clinton buddy, Democratic Party fundraiser, New York hotelier and Padma Bhushan awardee Sant Singh Chatwal is a realistic man and a man who understands the ways of the world.

    Chairman of Hampshire Hotels Management LLC, Sant Chatwal knows that money is what oils the wheels of U.S. government and gets American politicians to do your bidding.

    And his son is DUMMOCRETIN SCUM too!

    Dayum… this will NOT make the Friday Night Comix!

  73. 90

    Teabagger spews:

    Puffy help me out here, I’m having some trouble comprehending. We hear a lot about Red States being poorer than Blue States and that Red States take more from the governement than give in taxes. The Red states are controlled by Republicans, so how are your people held back by the DUMMOCRETINS.

  74. 92

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Did headless lucy write something worte responding too @90.

    Nope cuz he’s a dope!

    Sux to be headless! Just come clean like you did before with Col Biff!

  75. 93

    Teabagger spews:

    @87 – after suffering the greatest recession, or a mini depression if you like, I don’t think the economy is in that bad of shape. It’s not in thre greates shape, but a 400 lb fat man doesn’t loose weight overnight.

    When Reagan took office the unemployment rate was comparible to when Obama took office, it took Reagan about the same time to lower the unemployment rate, and he didn’t have to contend with the great depression and the global economy as it stands 20 years later.

    Then there is the stock market – personally I think it is a ponzi scheme, but hey it’s at its highest ever.

    And then there are the monthly employement numbers, they haven’t been negative since the recovery in 2009. No other President has probaby had positive growth every month like during Obama. Now I don’t credit him for all the success, after being in a hold so deep, you can only climb out.

    Every economist indicated that it would take years for economice recovery, and personally I don’t think the economy will ever be like it is.

    How is austerity going? Puffy you are a fool and you no more than a fraud.

  76. 94

    Teabagger spews:

    @92 – one I am not headless lucy, so you are wrong there, but if you want to believe that, then you got me. Can you explain what you were saying in your comment, I didn’t follow one word you said.

  77. 95

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Tomorrow marks the anniversary of catching Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and identifying Tamerlan Tsarnaev as the ring leader. Yet, all one has to do is remember the libtard DUMMOCRETIN left msm blaming Conservative Republicans for the carnage.

    This jackASS is a favrit of HA DUMMOCRETINS.

    So is this useless mass of human biomASS!

    Then their heads exploded.

    Of course this will not make the Friday Night Comix!

  78. 96

    Teabagger spews:

    Puffy way to address the question in #90. Just like your Republican politicians, avoidance is the best way to address, or just go ahead and lie on something, that works too for your fuckers.

  79. 98

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:


    Too much kook-aid eh? Facts explode its mind!

    When the various guvmint agencies claim recession over! See ya!

  80. 101

    keshmeshi spews:

    2014 is REALLY, REALLY, REALLY the year doctors are going to get pissed and leave the profession or cut their patient pool and decide to make less money by only accepting private insurance patients.

    It’s worth noting that, while Medicare may have lower compensation rates than some insurance (although some insurance reimburses even less, something I was acutely aware of with my former employer’s podunk insurance plan), Medicare actually reimburses doctors in a timely fashion with minimal bullshit.

    Insurance companies routinely kick back completely valid claims multiple times for no reason I can fully comprehend. My best guess is that they’re hoping the doctor will give up and go away.

  81. 102

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Another responsible gun owner:

    Roger Rabbit Commentary: The NRA assures us guns aren’t the problem, people are the problem, and I agree with them; so the obvious solution is not to limit guns’ access to people, but to limit people’s access to guns. Register people, not guns! Give everyone a serial number at birth, register them with the government, and keep them under lock and key! Then you won’t have random shootings of strangers by deranged nuts off their meds.

  82. 103

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @88 “Wabbit’s daily CNBC post”

    Stock market’s closed today for the Good Friday holiday, moron.

  83. 104

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @93 “Then there is the stock market – personally I think it is a ponzi scheme …”

    Actually, it’s not. There are some issues with cheating and market-rigging, for example, HFT (high frequency trading) is basically front-running, which is a type of stealing and is supposed to be illegal, and in fact the SEC and other authorities recently opened investigations of HFT practices, but stock itself is not a Ponzi scheme unless the underlying company is a Ponzi scheme.

    Stock is nothing more or less than partial ownership of a for-profit business. Since the stock market bottomed in March 2009, stock prices have risen dramatically, but that’s because corporate profits have massively increased over that period.

    The inverse correlation between corporate prosperity and the depressed labor market probably is a direct one, and not an unconnected coincidence. Corporations are prospering at the expense of workers precisely because managements have succeeded at smashing the bargaining power of workers, which has resulted in the percentage of GDP going to corporate profits basically doubling over the last few years, from about 6% of GDP to over 11% of GDP. This has resulted in a gigantic waterfall of cash raining down on shareholders.

    Stocks can hardly be considered overvalued in terms of the rewards being paid to shareholders today. The stock market’s overall valuation, as measured by the price-earnings (P/E) ratio, is about average in historical terms.

    In short, this is a great time to be a shareholder and a terrible time to be a worker. That’s why I left the Labor class and joined the Capitalist class.

    There are many different ways of getting money. From every angle, work is the worst way of getting money there is. I don’t work. I sit on my fat rabbit ass, doing nothing and producing nothing, while corporate dividends pour into my bank account like winter rain in Seattle.

    Despite evidence of cheating and market-rigging in the financial markets, investors like me can still make money from stocks, and it’s really workers who have the deck hopelessly stacked against them. That’s why I believe we should all be capitalists and absolutely no one should do any work in this country. Work is obsolete and we should just abolish it and pay corporate dividends to everyone.

    ” … but hey it’s at its highest ever.”

    Not really. Only in nominal terms. The popular stock indexes are not indexed for inflation, and if you adjust for inflation, they are a long way from their all-time highs.

  84. 105

    Puffy Butt spews:


    Not really. Only in nominal terms. The popular stock indexes are not indexed for inflation, and if you adjust for inflation, they are a long way from their all-time highs.

    How has the stock market performed since inception with respect to inflation? Is it measurable? Say in 1995, what ever the high for that year was, when adjusted for inflation, was it at its high or is what you said also apply? Take the DOW for an example.

  85. 106

    Puffy Butt spews:

    @98 – I have some charts I’d like to show you too, taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

    but I need to load them to a server first to link to them. I have the ability, but not sure I want to do that, being it is a personal website.

    But take the Jobs Growth and the unemployment data from the site, and you will see that under Obama things are that much worse than during other presidents. Yeah, presently not the best, but given coming out of a great recession, things aren’t that bad. Republican Austerity wouldn’t have resulted in nearly as good results, in my opinion, take Europe nations for examples. And other than the great GWB recession, we haven’t been in a recession since for over 5 years. Not sure other Presidents can say the same thing.

    Today’s economy is not yesterday’s economy. Maybe jobs never come back.

  86. 108

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @105 I can’t give you precise figures off the top of my head, but stock returns have to exceed inflation over the long haul, or people won’t invest in stocks.

    Yes, it’s measurable, and while again I can’t give you exact numbers without looking it up, stocks’ real return after inflation (see below) in typical economic conditions, with average inflation and interest rates, probably is somewhere around 3% to 5%. That might be a little low.

    Most, if not all, investors understand the concepts of “nominal” and “real” returns. The real return is the nominal return minus inflation. For example, if inflation is 2% and a stock’s yield is 5%, the real return is 3%. That’s what the investor makes after adjusting for inflation.

    Although inflation is very low right now, nominal yields on savings accounts, CDs, Treasuries, and short-term bonds are even lower, so many fixed-income investments are paying negative real returns right now. That has driven investors to so-called “risk” assets like stocks.

    This was a deliberate goal of Bernanke’s Fed policies, which are being continued by new Fed chief Yellen.

    But I don’t like fixed-income under any economic conditions. For as long as records have been kept and statistics are available, stocks have outperformed fixed-income investments by a large margin. In addition, in current conditions, bonds are actually riskier than stocks, because bond prices are guaranteed to drop when interest rates rise; and when interest rates are zero, there’s only one direction for interest rates to go — up. Which means bond prices must go down.

  87. 109

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    A quick internet search comes up with figures for stocks’ inflation-adjusted real return of around 5% to 6.5%, depending on which stock index (usually the S&P 500) and time period you use.

    The result also depends on whether the person doing the calculation subtracts taxes and trading fees, commissions, and expenses. The latter methodology gives a figure of 5.23% for the period 1980 – 2010 based on the S&P 500, according to one source I just looked up.

    My gut impression is these numbers are in the ballpark. These are averages, of course. Stock market returns vary from year to year.

    The argument is significant because conservatives are trying to turn public pensions into a political issue. They argue that public pensions are drastically underfunded and will require taxpayer bailouts, which is a lie and just an excuse for expropriating pension funds.

    These same people argue that all mortgage loans, consumer loans, and student loans must be repaid no matter what, because contracts are sacred obligations that must be honored. Except they’re perfectly willing to break union and pension contracts at will.

    The key to refuting conservatives’ anti-pension bullshit arguments is the rate of investment returns that pension fund managers can reasonably expect to consistently earn for their funds over time. The pension fund management industry has adopted a nominal return of 8% as a standard benchmark.

    About a year ago, one of our HA trolls took issue with the 8% figure, claiming it was hopelessly unattainable. This argument, of course, is crucial to conservatives’ attacks on public pensions, because if pension managers can earn a consistent 8% return on investment, there is not a pension problem in this country, except in a few isolated cases where municipal budgets have been poorly managed, as in Detroit.

    So, how attainable is 8%? I argued it’s easy for an ordinary investor to make 8% in the stock market most of the time. The troll, who has since disappeared, mocked me for saying this.

    The stock market’s actual returns last year were on the order of 30%. This obviously doesn’t happen every year, but let’s just say 2013’s stock market returns went a long way to repair whatever remaining pension funding problems we had in America and you don’t hear very much about this issue anymore.

    As for me, if I make only 8%, I’m having a lousy year. My blue-chip stocks earned a 27.43% return last year. I’m not sure what inflation was, but if we assume around 2%, my real return above 25%. Keep in mind the 8% benchmark is a nominal rate, not a real rate.

    We’ve had a much tougher stock market in 2014 to date, but even so, my annualized rate of return on my blue-chip stocks for this year is 9.9% as of yesterday.

    Stock investing is not nearly as complicated, difficult, or risky as some people would have you believe. Just stick to the same big-name stocks everyone else owns and you’ll do fine. Buy them during dips and corrections, when yields are above 3%, and you’ve got at least 3% of your 8% just from the dividends. Reinvest the dividend income and let it compound; the returns will keep getting bigger and bigger. The annual dividends I get on my Starbucks stock amount to almost 40% of what I paid for the stock. If you simply buy good blue-chip stocks that raise their dividends every year, and sit on them for 15 or 20 years, eventually all of your stocks will pay returns like that.

    I did a calculation for a young relative of mine, who is just starting out in life, that showed by making modest assumptions about the growth rates of dividends and capital gains, a one-time investment of $50,000 today would provide $42,500 a year of dividend income 40 years from now, when that person reaches retirement age. There’s nothing fancy about this; it’s simple math done on a calculator. If you multiply $1.00 by 3%, you’ll get the same result every time; arithmetic is way more reliable than any boss or corporate personnel department, and most companies treat their shareholders (i.e., owners) way better than they treat their employees. If you’re an employee, you’re a cost and a liability; if you’re a shareholder, you own the place, and you’re the board of directors’ boss, and they’re the boss’s boss.

  88. 111

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    The difference between the economic records of Democratic and Republican administrations is so huge it’s embarrassing.

    When you show the actual numbers to Republicans, they’ll come back at you with something like, “yes, but, it was a Republican Congress that created all those jobs.” And for periods when we had Republican presidents, their answer of course is, “yes, but, it was a Democratic Congress that caused that recession.”

    The reality is that Republican economic policies are boneheaded, wrong, and just don’t work. But they can’t afford to admit that, can they, because the obvious solution to that problem is to never vote for Republicans.

    From Harding In 1921 to Bush in 2003:

    –Democrats held White House for 40 years and Republicans for 42.5 years.
    –Democrats created 75,820,000 net new jobs — Republicans 36,440,000.
    –Per Year Average: Democrats 1,825,200, Republicans 856,400.
    –Republicans had 9 presidents during the period of whom 6 presided over a depression or recession.
    –The Dow Average grew 52% more under Democrats.
    –GDP grew 43% more under Democrats.

    Comparing Clinton to Reagan:

    –Jobs grew 43% more under Clinton.
    –GDP grew 57% more under Clinton.
    –The Dow Average went up 700% more under Clinton..
    –The NASDAQ Composite Index grew 18 times more under Clinton.
    –Federal spending grew 28% under Clinton, but 80% under Reagan.
    –Federal debt grew by 43% under Clinton but 187% under Reagan.
    –Deficits grew by 112% under Reagan; Clinton produced a large surplus.
    –National income grew 100% more under Clinton.
    –Personal income grew 110% more under Clinton.

    SOURCES-Bureau of Labor Statistics (
    Economic Policy Institute ( – Global & World Almanacs from 1980 to 2003 (annual issues)

  89. 112

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @106 “I have some charts I’d like to show you”

    Stop! If you put facts in front of him, you’ll only confuse him. Puddy Mythology is incompatible with reality.

  90. 113

    Puffy Butt spews:

    @110 essentially the graph I provided at 107 is the same graph, but it also includes GWB dismal data – net job creation of 0 under the monkey.

  91. 114

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    The Obama administration announced today it is delaying a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline while the Nebraska courts resolve legal issues affecting the pipeline’s route, which makes sense and seems necessary.

    Republicans, of course, decry the delay and want the pipeline built NOW even though nobody knows where it will go. They claim Keystone XL will help make America energy-independent and create jobs. It will do neither. Keystone XL will simply transport Canada tar sands oil to the Gulf coast for export to foreign countries, and once it’s built, will provide fewer than 50 permanent jobs.

    The only reason to approve Keystone XL is as a favor to our Canadian friends. Keystone XL does nothing for America. Therefore, I think it’s reasonable to spend the time needed to ensure the pipeline’s route will bypass environmentally sensitive areas and will be built and operated safely. Hasty planning, decision making, and construction is the last thing you want with a project like this.

    I say spend the time and money necessary to do it right.

  92. 115

    Puffy Butt spews:

    @114 I just herd Republican legislature and Governor in Oklahoma will be passing a law that allows utility companies to surcharge individuals that choose solar power. They say that the person with solar power doesn’t pay for the upkeep of the infrastructure so they will surcharge them…These laws are being touted in other states, being pushed by ALEC. Way to go, way to fuck up another good thing.

    I am putting solar panels on my house within the next month or so, just yesterday they measured for and surveyed the existing conditions of my house in order to engineer the system that will be installed on the roof of my house.

  93. 116

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Another responsible gun owner:

    Puddy already covered this person IDIOT Wabbit! Looks like he liked Obummer!

  94. 117

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Stock market’s closed today for the Good Friday holiday, moron.

    So, CNBC still posted on their web site!

    EPIC FAYLE Again IDIOT Wabbit!

  95. 118

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    Look at the left side (GWB) and then look at the right Side (Obama) –


    You brought up Reagan not Puddy!

  96. 119

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:


    Dr NotRight…

    1) Fact 6.5+ Million lost their insurance under Obummercare
    2) Rand estimates a little over 1 Million are new uninsured
    3) Younsters are not signing up as needed
    4) Obummer will not release the real numbers!

    Keep drinking the kook-aid!

    Republicans want DUMMOCRETINS to run on Obummercare! Please do!

  97. 120

    Puddybud - The One The Only spews:

    I just herd

    Moronbutt, You wrote it. Part of the herd mentality!

  98. 122

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @116 If you’re referring to your post @91, how exactly did you “cover” this person? By assuming that he’s an Obama voter because he looks black? Yeah, that’s about your speed. I was expecting you to draw inferences from his Arab-sounding name. You know, relative of Obama, or something like that. Remember the woman who told McCain that Obama is “an Arab”? Yeah, she’s a wingnut, just like you — that’s the kind of nutjobs you make common cause with.

  99. 124

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    I’ll bet Puddy secretly relies on my stock tips, or if he doesn’t, it’s because he doesn’t have any stock.