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Re: protests

budsfarm ·
I've lost count. Someone remind me how many violent liberal leftist anarchist riots have there been on Obama's watch. BTW, JT, as concerned as you are about Alabama, you should know that the use of fire hoses against protesters does not play well. But I'm sure ol' Bull is grinning at you. BTW 2 - Formally historically Democrat blue collar workers voted for Trump. How is it you missed the memo? Could it be because they never really liked you anyway?
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Re: Another Terrorist Attack By an Obama "Orphan"

giftedamateur ·
I notice the lame stream lefty media isn't all over it. They are trying to put Dylann Roof front and center.
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Re: Foreign Donors Begin Pulling Out From Clinton Foundation-Overseas governments clearly feel there is nothing left to buy

direstraits ·
Be glad when Bama is just a short name for Alabama, once more, instead of an epithet for Obama.
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Re: Foreign Donors Begin Pulling Out From Clinton Foundation-Overseas governments clearly feel there is nothing left to buy

Bestworking ·
I'll be glad when he and that fugly wife of his are gone.
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Re: Democrats are quivering, with fear, in their boots.

direstraits ·
Once more, I wish to thank the UAW for their contributions to Alabama. Alabama's largest exports used to be agricultural products -- cotton, corn, peanuts, canola oil, soybeans, etc. Now, its cars, none produced at union plants, I believe.
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Re: money

jtdavis ·
What's it to you? Do you support the republican supermajority it Alabama government?
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Re: money

giftedamateur ·
None of your business. As suggested to you before, take care of Tennessee's business and let the citizens of Alabama take care of theirs.
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Re: money

jtdavis ·
Gifted, if you are a typical right wing Alabama voter, you better want me to take care of your states business, you can't
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Re: money

giftedamateur ·
We're doing just fine without you. You've shown that as a typical left wing gimmethat voter you can't keep your own business and your lies straight. Why would we want you nosing into our business? Fix Tennessee and shut up about Alabama.
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Re: money

Bestworking ·
You can't vote in Alabama, or maybe you can since you slops know how to run voter fraud on the country. Anywho, you supposedly live in TN and can't vote or have any say in Alabama's politics. As Gifted posted, you can't handle your own gimmethat business much less someone else's. You slops trying to run others' business and stick your noses in where they aren't welcome or needed is why the country is in the bad shape it's in. But, as pointed out, Trump is president, and that is a start on...
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Re: money

jtdavis ·
Gifted and Best: The republican super majority in Alabama has bankrupted and ruined the state.
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Re: money

giftedamateur ·
The state isn't ruined or bankrupt.
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Re: money

direstraits ·
Alabama has a credit rating of AA, which is average. So, no, JT doesn't know what he is talking about. California has a rating of A, and is 49th. Illinois has a rating of A- and is 50th. Both ruined by Democrats for decades.
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Re: money

Bestworking ·
He just jerks things out of his *** and posts them, no rhyme, no reason, then denies doing it. Remember when he argued with us about Charter Schools in Alabama? Finally I put him out of his misery by showing and proving to him Alabama didn't have Charter Schools. It's always something bizarre with him. Remember his posts and denial of those posts about executing cops then saying there were hackers? LOL! As if anyone cared to hack him. I guess you've seen his latest, claiming I asked him...
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Re: money

jtdavis ·
Deny, deny, deny. Alabama had a rainy day fund that got spent. How many special sessions have been called to "fix" budget shortfalls?
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Re: money

jtdavis ·
Alabama has a credit rating of AA, which is average. So, no, JT doesn't know what he is talking about. Dire, are you telling me that Alabama has not had a special session called to address budget shortages.
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direstraits ·
You really have no idea of the budget process, do you?
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Re: money

giftedamateur ·
He has no idea about anything. As posted, he just pulls it out of his rear end.
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jtdavis ·
Y'all educate me. Has Alabama had special sessions called because of budget shortages? If not, why were the special sessions called? Did Alabama have a "rainy day" fund that got spent in the last few years? I am waiting on your answers.
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Re: Finance

giftedamateur ·
You sure wouldn't be qualified to tell anyone anything, so it's best you keep your nose out of Alabama's business and worry about Tennessee.
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Re: Finance

direstraits ·
JT needs to take a course in reading comprehension. The TD editorial commented in the financial education of people in the state, not the state government. JT's lack of comprehension and the number of persons unfamiliar with how to arrange their finances point towards failings in public education and personal responsibility. As to Alabama's fiscal condition: https://www.mercatus.org/statefiscalrankings Alabama ranks 15th. Democrat dominated states, NY state ranks 42nd and California ranks 44th.
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Re: Finance

Stanky ·
Unfortunately, all that means is that Alabama is in the top third of the tallest midgets in the room. State finances are one of many ticking time bombs leftover for the next administration to worry about.
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Re: Finance

direstraits ·
If, Trump's reforms take hold as similar in the past, many states and cities will be bailed out by the increase in tax revenue. Unfortunately, Democrat controlled states like California, Illinois and NY state will just spend it and run up their bill.
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Re: Finance

jtdavis ·
The article also mentioned the abundance of pay day and title loan shops in Alabama. Tennessee also has plenty of them too.
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Re: Finance

Stanky ·
Living in this booming Ol'bamadon'care economy means folks don't have much in the way of savings: http://www.statisticbrain.com/food-stamp-statistics/
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Re: Finance

giftedamateur ·
None of your business.
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Re: Tennessee River

Bestworking ·
None of your business what Alabama does.
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Re: Tennessee River

budsfarm ·
Senator Orr represents Morgan, Madison, and Limestone - counties that border the Tennessee River. Orr’s bill will only be for major rivers and will not include smaller creeks or bodies of water that don't have the availability to service a large number of farms. http://www.waff.com/story/3412...s-to-alabama-farmers And you think the intent of Senator Orr's bill is so drought stricken Alabama can irrigate Atlanta? Alabama drought likely to remain into next spring...
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Re: Tennessee River

direstraits ·
No way will Alabama grant Atlanta water rights. Georgia screwed around for decades not meeting the capitol's water needs from their own sources.
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Re: Tennessee River

jtdavis ·
Best, it is some of my business, the river is in Tennessee more than it's in Alabama. Tennessee has already fought Atlanta about the river water. Birmingham has made an attempt to get to it and got denied. If the bill is passed to allow Tennessee river water to be piped into another watershed, Birmingham and Atlanta will be using it.
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Re: Tennessee River

giftedamateur ·
You don't own it.
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Re: Tennessee River

budsfarm ·
Bullchit.
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Re: Tennessee River

budsfarm ·
the river is in Tennessee more than it's in Alabama. - JT Then you should know the laws of the state of Tennessee regarding using the waters of the Tennessee River intended for irrigation of Tennessee farms. Name one.
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Re: Tennessee River

budsfarm ·
Maybe it's a question of agricultural geography. Why would the city of B'ham be drawing water from the Tennessee River to irrigate farmland? Even if there was farmland other than an occasional marijuana or poppy patch, according to Senator Orr's farm bill, there are defined large bodies of water much closer the would supply more than adequate. http://www.birminghamal.gov/ab...ment/our-watersheds/ And how would an farm bill sponsored by an Alabama state senator before the Alabama senate...
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Re: Tennessee River

Bestworking ·
Gifted said you didn't own it, and you don't. You can't keep anything straight. It's none of your business what ALABAMA does since the Tennessee River runs through her. Got that? Take care of the part that goes through TN and stop worrying about us.
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Re: Tennessee River

jtdavis ·
Gifted said you didn't own it, and you don't. You can't keep anything straight. It's none of your business what ALABAMA does since the Tennessee River runs through her. Got that? Take care of the part that goes through TN and stop worrying about us. touchy, aren't you. Both states need to worry about the entire river.
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Re: See Bill...the problem is you didn't kill anyone.

Jutu ·
Sex offender, sprung from California jail due to coronavirus, arrested for indecent exposure A California sex offender released from jail early due to the coronavirus had been charged with exposing himself at a parole resource center, according to a report. Rudy William Grajeda Magdaleno, 39, was released from jail under a court order on April 13 after serving 71 days of a 180-day minimum sentence, Fox 11 Los Angeles reported Friday. The sentence was imposed after Magdaleno was accused of...
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Re: Leftists blame Trump after man dies ingesting toxic fish chemical to prevent coronavirus

Jutu ·
D'Blasio, not too long ago, told New Yorkers that there was nothing to fear, to go on with their lives and ride the subway and go to the bars, their favorite restaurants etc, etc, etc, and ignore Trump. Then after the scope of it was seen and known shifted gears into 100% blame Trump for everything. There have been clips of various New York City officials (even the city's health official) downplaying the virus and promoting riding the subway and eating out together bragging that the city was...
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Re: Under Gov. Ivey's new law, Alabama LEOs...

JH1961 ·
Amid COVID-19 fears, Alabama courts refuse to extend protection to women with valid PFAs against former spouses/significant others. https://www.timesdaily.com/new...ac-a59fdf6d1535.html
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Re: What ISN'T being talked about

JH1961 ·
She's in Alabama, but I think they're all the same.
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Re: It just shows who they truly are.

gbrk ·
I always could be wrong, and feel free to correct me if I am, but I do believe that Flynn, in an agreement with the FBI, to plead guilty. A Judge, therefore, ruled or found him guilty due to his guilty plea. He was not convicted in a truly honest and fair trial. The current documents that have come out now show that this was a plot among Obama and his administration using the Justice Department as the weapon/instrument, and including Joe Biden who was in on it, to unmask Flynn and then skirt...
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Re: It just shows who they truly are.

Robot Unicorn ·
I'll address each point in this long rambling diatribe accordingly.... here we go A Judge checks the plea deal to assure it's not skewed to one side or the other and has to sign off on it. Can you imagine how Republicans would have reacted had Obama said 'it's ok Hillary, you don't have to respond to a Congressional Subpoena.' You and every other Republican would have reenacted the exorcism in the Exorcist. Investigations PROVE Team Trump tried to collude with Russia. They just weren't smart...
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Re: Nancy Pelosi, a ghastly creature, quite beyond the pale

Robot Unicorn ·
Poor whiny Alabama Republicans don't elect Speaker Pelosi. I don't know if y'all know that or not. Republicans ignoring TWO DOZEN+ women who have accused Trump of sexual abuse, while railing about Biden is the textbook definition of hypocrisy.
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Re: Nancy Pelosi, a ghastly creature, quite beyond the pale

gbrk ·
While technically correct, that Alabama voters do not elect Nancy Pelosi as a Congresswoman they can be said to indirectly have some very minor effect in her being chosen, Speaker of the House, and as Speaker, she does have an effect on what legislation makes it through the house or what is considered, and that can have an effect on Alabama so it is not right to say the People of Alabama have absolutely zero say or concern. While we don't vote for Nancy Pelosi we do elect our representatives...
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Re: Nancy Pelosi, a ghastly creature, quite beyond the pale

Robot Unicorn ·
Can anyone else see where we are , today, with Republicans? Legislating morality has never worked. When you can't see a difference of opinion without LITERALLY demonizing the 'other side', we can no longer move forward in any discussion.
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Re: George W. Bush, We are human beings,' not 'partisan combatants'

Jack Hammer ·
Bush Center Slams Trump: We Want More Migration ------------ Yes George, we need migration, just not right now. At this point we especially need close control of who would cross our borders. The Chinese have threatened the US as well as other countries, with the lock down in place it's difficult just to maintain order in the country. --------------------- https://www.breitbart.com/poli...want-more-migration/
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Re: Merry Christmas

Jack Hammer ·
Alabama was the first state to declare Christmas a legal holiday in 1836. Oklahoma was the last state to declare the holiday in 1907. 'Believe it or not.' God bless the heart of Dixie, God bless Donald Trump. And God bless me while I'm at it, along with all you special forum people that's a real gift to this TIMES DAILY news paper..
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Re: good read for democrat voters

HIFLYER2 ·
I’m sorry you really are a idiot! A tax break is a tax break, the amount you get at the end of the year is related to the amount you paid minus withholdings and deductions. So for your info you look at the amount you paid not the amount you received back! I cannot believe you are on here lecturing about financial items when you do not grasp this concept! BTW a big refund means one of two things you paid too much and gave the government a interest free loan or you paid less taxes than the...
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Re: good read for democrat voters

Jutu ·
Actor and comedian Bill Murray praised Republican tax reform as a “fantastic thing” for business and criticized identity politics in a CNBC interview aired Friday. “The change in the tax law is a great thing for the corporations, it’s a fantastic thing,” Mr. Murray , 67, said during a sit-down interview with CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
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Re: good read for democrat voters

Robot Unicorn ·
“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” ― Socrates
 

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