Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by NEPatriot, Feb 18, 2010.
Um, your header says they've already been left - but the article says they "may be" left without benefits in March if unemployment benefits are not extended.
So what do you want here, NEP? The government to help out or the unemployed to starve to death?
"Starve to death". Exaggerate often ?
ROFLMAO NEP posts a thread entitled 5 million unemployed workers nationally left without any jobless benefits which is NOT true and you accuse me of exaggerating?
That's rich, BFan.
Maybe the Labor unions should give their unemployed workers a check instead of waisting their money on democratic campaigns.
How did all that Martha Coakley money work out?
Maybe NEP deserved attention more but you were still exaggerating . . .
I wasn't exaggerating - I was rifting on another one of NEPs infamous overkill headliners.
I didn't recall that thread - but, borrowed or not, we're still responsible for the words that come out of our mouths; or off our keyboards.
In that case Rush really got a pass from conservatives on his "retard" satire, didn't he?
I heard about that but didn't pay much attention. I don't really care about "gotcha" crap whether it's Rush, Beck, Olberman or whoever. That said, it is a little different coming from the Chief of Staff, I would like to think he'd be held to a higher standard than Rush or other media types.
1- I tried to add 'may be' in the sentence but i didn't have enough space to do so. 'May be left' is as good as 'left'. See what happens when you put many restrictions on me?
2-I would say unemployed to starve to death because they don't have money to buy food.
Are they your grandsons or sons? Please tell them that it's the fault of their dad or grandpa for voting Obama so that they undoubtly pay off the country's debt when they grow up.
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