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Debt Default Looms

Lawmakers Agree To Pay Workers

October 6, 2013

WASHINGTON — A rare flash of bipartisanship Saturday served as a cruel tease to those hoping Congress is moving toward reopening the government and averting an unprecedented default on the federal......

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daWraith

Oct-07-13 8:45 PM

You're a sick puppy, dawg.

Fortunately you are in one of the most insignificant little peepholes in the world so you could proselytize your madness to your heart's content and the effect is NIL.

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Wheeldog

Oct-07-13 8:24 PM

"My record of giving sources here speaks for itself," dah.

It certainly does!

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daWraith

Oct-07-13 5:32 PM

My record of giving sources here speaks for itself, you pathetic old phart.

Your record of never being to back up any of your bullsh** is also legend.

Now we know why: Your claims BELONG TO others, can defend what you didn't create.

You haven't had an original thought since Glenn Miller had a hit song.

You're a legend in your own mind. Not anybody else.

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Wheeldog

Oct-07-13 2:38 PM

dah, by your own account and actions you are a fraud. I cannot take seriously your self-aggrandizing claims.

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Wheeldog

Oct-07-13 2:35 PM

IP? Does that mean "Intellectual Piracy"?

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daWraith

Oct-07-13 1:58 PM

Wieniedawg I have 13 patents and act as IP advisor for one company, and do expert witness testimony for $350 an hour.

I FORGOT more about IP than you ever knew.

Those who CAN, DO.

Those who can't live in Podunk trying to pee on everybody leg and claim it is "IP'.

BBWHAHAHAHAH!

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Wheeldog

Oct-07-13 12:49 PM

" I CREDIT THE AUTHORS where possible," dah.

WHERE POSSIBLE??? That is a weak excuse for thousands of posts that obviously are taken verbatim from the published works of others without any acknowledgement of their true source. A plagiarist, particularly one on your scale, is little more than an intellectual thief and a hollow drum full of nothing but air.

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WVEXPAT

Oct-07-13 12:43 PM

I believe Gregor is actually Julio Osequeda. The college student who had a chance to speak out at a press conference after Obama's first election.

You can google, "You Tube Julio Osequeda Asks Obama Final Question--McDonalds" to check out Gregor. LOL

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daWraith

Oct-07-13 5:54 AM

Wheezerdouche you buffoon, I CREDIT THE AUTHORS where possible,YOU just paraphrase so you can pretend to be smart or informed.

You are a complete fraud and everybody here already knows that.

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dyingov

Oct-07-13 5:33 AM

wheeldog, We can agree!

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littlefox

Oct-07-13 12:38 AM

Hey there NSA, there's a person of interest here, praying to "dear president Obama." Gregor is either a blasphemous comedian, or a psychotic, red-flag case. NSA, I know you're busy investigating emailed recipes from my bedridden Republican Grandmother, but you might want to keep a few barricades up in DC.

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Wheeldog

Oct-06-13 10:40 PM

"That is old school and that school is closed!!" dying.

Along with personal integrity, honest creativity, hard work, etc. Indeed, the collapse is well underway.

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dyingov

Oct-06-13 10:26 PM

wheeldog, plagiarism! No one gives two craps about plagiarism in the facebook, email, twitter world! That is old school and that school is closed!!

Today it's about spending money you don't have personal/goberment and not paying the bills when they come due.....

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Wheeldog

Oct-06-13 9:57 PM

dah, based on your own words, I assume you must have at least written a master's thesis. Do you recall the academic standards established for acceptance, particularly those dealing with plagiarism? Presenting the published works of others as your own is the cardinal sin of any author or commentator, even one who spends the majority of his time on a small forum such as this. It reflects intellectual laziness, dishonesty and a multitude of other character flaws. You cannot obscure these weaknesses with a smokescreen of insults. To do so is pathetic.

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dyingov

Oct-06-13 9:30 PM

So you disagree with my comment about paying the 800,000 federal employees for NOT working! They would have been eligible for unemployment, they still receive health, eye, dental and life insurance coverage. They would not lose any time toward retirement and now they will receive full pay for doing nothing!

Federal employees make an average of $78,000 plus golden benefits, a defined retirement, 401K and Social Security. After 30 years (yes, 30 years) the average retired employee is getting 90+% pay, for life. The average tax payer is making $48,000 which has been dropping in the last 5 years, federal employees wages have increased $4,000 in that same time period. The so called 3 year pay freeze does not account for the step grade increases that have continued!

So the tax payer is supporting workers that create nothing for 30-40% over what the tax payers are receiving.....FOOLS!!!

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 8:51 PM

10th GRADE term paper . . .

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 8:51 PM

btw WHEE-Dawg: " It is acceptable to restate in your own words information gained through reading or listening to the original author and to incorporate them in your own expression, "

BULLLLLLLLL!!

WikiP: Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "purloining and publication" of another author's "LANGUAGE, THOUGHTS, IDEAS, OR EXPRESSIONS" and the representation of them as one's own original work.

So Wienerdouche, you are guilty of the WORST KIND of PLAGIARISM. Taking thoughts and ideas and rephrasing them as your own to PRETEND they are your original thoughts WITH NO MENTION OF THE AUTHOR. That works for a 10th term paper but HERE it is a FAIL!

Thanks for admitting to the whole world you are a plagiarist!

If I credit the author or put in quotes, *most* people are smart enough to figure that is not plagiarism.

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 7:50 PM

KTNV reports:

Joyce Spencer is 77-years-old and her husband Ralph is 80. They've been spending most of their time in the family ice cream store since going home isn't an option.

The Spencers never expected to be forced out of their Lake Mead home, which they've owned since the 70s, but on Thursday, a park ranger said they had 24 hours to get out.

"I had to go to town today and buy Ralph undershirts and jeans because I forgot his pants," Joyce Spencer told Action News.

The Stewart's Point home sits on federal land, so even though the Spencers own their cabin outright, they're not allowed in until the government reopens.

I guess that is what Wheezerdawg did as Park Ranger, just be a paid little biache for the Gestapo.

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 7:44 PM

Gregwhore the brown nose, did your boyfriend kick your butt out his double wide so you have to hang out the library annoying people on the web??

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 7:42 PM

Weinerdawg the AZZ, what part of plagiarism is mentioning quotes like " Chris Matthews writes in his new book, Tip and the Gipper, "

or Dave Sanger says "....."

The fact that you are pathetic old*****who is computer illiterate and so hopelessly outclassed here just says what a pathetic small man you are.

YOU are not an expert at ANYTHING,

YOU are just a smalltime retired park ranger in Dyingov waiting for the Death Panel to cancel your ticket.

Go impress the drunks at the local bar that is on every corner of every creepy little town there, I'm not impressed.

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Wheeldog

Oct-06-13 6:30 PM

dah, have the intellectual integrity to credit the source of the obvious cut and paste excerpts you are plagiarizing directly from someone else's writings. It is acceptable to restate in your own words information gained through reading or listening to the original author and to incorporate them in your own expression, but use of their exact words as though the are your own is dishonest and lazy.

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 4:19 PM

TREASURY SECRETARY Jacob Lew defends accusations of fear mongering over Congress potentially failing to increase federal debt limit — including his assertion that economic impact would be 'catastrophic,' but declines to provide specific examples.

Another Obama BULLSPIT artist, can't back up his scare tactics.

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 4:03 PM

Once upon a time we had REAL LEADERS:

President Reagan and Speaker Tip O’Neill “were true gentlemen, in a way we don’t ask leaders to be anymore,” Chris Matthews writes in his new book, Tip and the Gipper, an inside look at the mutual respect between these giants. Here, two anecdotes to inspire Washington today.

1. After the 1981 assassination attempt on Reagan, O’Neill visited him in the hospital. He knelt at the president’s bedside and together they recited the 23rd Psalm. Then O’Neill kissed Reagan on the forehead.

2. At a retirement party for O’Neill in 1986, Reagan said, “Mr. Speaker, I’m grateful you have permitted me in the past, and I hope in the future, that singular honor—the honor of calling you my friend.

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 3:08 PM

I wonder how much money Currency Trader George Soros will make when US Defaults??

A TRILLION $$$?

Now we see the plan Soros put into place with getting the Manchurian Candidate elected to the President of the USA!!!

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daWraith

Oct-06-13 12:05 PM

“A memo went out from the chief of staff a year ago to White House employees and the intelligence agencies that told people to freeze and retain any e-mail, and presumably phone logs, of communications with me,” Sanger said. As a result, longtime sources no longer talk to him. “They tell me: ‘David, I love you, but don’t e-mail me. Let’s don’t chat until this blows over.’?”

Sanger, who has worked for the Times in Washington for two decades, said, “This is most closed, control-freak administration I’ve ever covered.”

Many leak investigations include lie-detector tests for government officials with access to the information at issue. “Reporters are interviewing sources through intermediaries now,” Barr told me, “so the sources can truthfully answer on polygraphs that they didn’t talk to reporters.”

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