But, as long as you're here, Cigar, would you finally like to respond to my question about your comment that some people make a free-will choice to not work. Can we, taxpayers, make a free-will choice to not support their worthless asses?
Calypso Jones (11-12-2012)
Go ahead ... say it .... Madam President ... I know you can do it.
If not, you have 4 years to learn it.
Now, for the fifteenth or so time, do you want to answer the question or would you prefer to keep tap dancing with your ass hanging out of your pants. If someone makes a free-will choice to not work can taxpayers make a free-will choice to not support his lazy ass. It's a simple question, Cigar, even for you. Answer or just crawl back into your mother's basement and pout.
A deaf man, a blind man, and a mentally ill man are drinking at a bar.
"Good grief, Chuck, but a guy just came in who looks just like Jesus. Are you Jesus, mister?" The stranger laid his hand on the man's shoulder and said, "Open your ears and hear."
"Good grief, Chuck, I can hear, I can hear."
"Do you really look like Jesus, Mister," Chuck asked? The stranger again laid his hand on a should and said, "Open your eyes and see."
"Oh, I can see. Chuck, Cigar, I can see."
The man who looked like Jesus reached for Cigar's shoulder and Cigar fell to the floor screaming, "Don't touch me, don't touch me, I'm on permanent disability."
Last edited by patrickt; 11-12-2012 at 12:46 PM.
The leveraging of debt is twice as high as our average.