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Satanicus
08-14-2010, 06:38 AM
Even though he's no longer president, he still takes the time to greet our troops while the current socialist in office likes to spend his time on vacation. George W. Bush will always be a better man than Obama.

Dude , go check out how much Bush was on vacation you fucking idiot. He broke all records.

Then look up how many times Bush met the dead soldiers at the airport when the caskets arrived.

Get back to me

djones520
08-14-2010, 06:40 AM
Dude , go check out how much Bush was on vacation you fucking idiot.

To Camp David or his home, where work was still being accomplished. :rolleyes:

marinejcksn
08-14-2010, 07:35 AM
Not to mention Barry went golfing 39 times in less than a year while Bush took over 2 & 1/2 years to go 34 times.

Personally, I have no problem with the President going on vacation. If he stays the Hell away from mucking up the economy and passing any more Leftist legislation I'll donate money for him to stay on the beach.

malloc
08-14-2010, 07:49 AM
Where did you study economics if you think this view is twisted and crazy? Answer the question? Where did you learn economics?

Obviously you don't know my correct view. You don't even know that production is a function of time. Let me spell it out, in a way my daughter understands it, and in a way you might understand it when you sober up.

To keep the math simple for you, assume each person works 160 hours/month

Month 1:
100 people lose their jobs, resulting in 16,000 man hours of production lost.

Month 2:
200 people lose their jobs, resulting in 32,000 man hours of production lost. However, the 100 from last month still aren't working are they? That means there are 300 people worth of lost production this month doesn't it? This brings our loss of production this month to 48,000 man hours and our total to date to 64,000 man hours lost.

Month 3:
300 people lose their jobs, resulting in 48,000 new lost man hours, however the 300 people from Month 2 and Month 1 aren't working are they? Therefore their combined 48,000 lost man hours compounds bringing the new lost production for this month to 96,000 lost man hours, and the cumulative total to 144,000 lost man hours

Month 4:
100 people lose their jobs, resulting in 16,000 new lost man hours, however the 600 people from previous months still aren't working are they? This results in 112,000 new lost man hours of production this month, bringing the cumulative total to 256,000 lost man hours of production. This is what you like to call the "right direction" even though more production was lost this month than last.

Month 5:
0 people lose their jobs, resulting in 0 new lost man hours, however, the 700 people from previous months still aren't working are they? This results in an additional 112,000 lost man hours of production. This is the stagnation that you don't understand. Which brings the cumulative total to 368,000 lost man hours. The longer we stay here, the more potential wealth we lose at a rate of 112,000 man hours a month.

Month 6:
200 people go back to work, recovering 32,000 man hours of production. Those 500 who remain unemployed still aren't working are they? They create 80,000 lost man hours of production, however, the 200 at work negate 32,000 of those lost man hours bringing the new lost production figures for this month to 48,000, which is less than half the lost production of last month. This is where recovery starts.

Now, as an exercise, extrapolate this, and find out how many months at full employment (all 700 employed) it's going to take to recover the lost production.

Answer me boy, where did you study economics? Where did you learn the reverse compound formula you must have learned to believe what you believe about unemployment? Who taught you this? Quit avoiding this question!

PoliCon
08-14-2010, 08:52 AM
Dude , go check out how much Bush was on vacation you fucking idiot. He broke all records.

Then look up how many times Bush met the dead soldiers at the airport when the caskets arrived.

Get back to me

You really need a clue. Bush spent loads of time at Camp David - and that's not vacation. That's working without being at the Whitehouse. :rolleyes:

djones520
08-14-2010, 09:03 AM
I loved that people would give him shit for working out of his home. John Adams would spend up to 5 months at a time at his home. The vast majority of his vacation time was working vacation. Getting away from Washington. Something I would begrudge no President at all.

I won't even give President Obama shit for taking vacation time. I'll give him shit for spending $375,000 of tax payers money so his wife and daughter can live like royalty in Spain, but I'll never complain about him going to Camp David for a week or two, or taking a couple days off to act like a normal person with his family.

Only shitbricks like you Satanicus would do something like that.

asdf2231
08-14-2010, 03:32 PM
I loved that people would give him shit for working out of his home. John Adams would spend up to 5 months at a time at his home. The vast majority of his vacation time was working vacation. Getting away from Washington. Something I would begrudge no President at all.

I won't even give President Obama shit for taking vacation time. I'll give him shit for spending $375,000 of tax payers money so his wife and daughter can live like royalty in Spain, but I'll never complain about him going to Camp David for a week or two, or taking a couple days off to act like a normal person with his family.

Only shitbricks like you Satanicus would do something like that.

Adams had a REALLY good reason to want to be home. DC was an underdeveloped marsh full of skeeters and the usual swampy critters. And the construction efforts at times resembled the way that the Fed is building the border fence

djones520
08-14-2010, 04:10 PM
Adams had a REALLY good reason to want to be home. DC was an underdeveloped marsh full of skeeters and the usual swampy critters. And the construction efforts at times resembled the way that the Fed is building the border fence

Adams did that while the Capitol was still Philidelphia. He only spent his last year in DC, and I don't believe he took a furlough then.

The big thing was Adams really wasn't in town when Congress was on recess. Could you imagine the uproar today if Presidents still did that?

Hell, asides from the Alien and Sedition Acts, I'd say Adams did a pretty damn good job as President. Maybe people could take a page from his book and just leave Washington for a while every now and then.

PoliCon
08-14-2010, 07:24 PM
Maybe people could take a page from his book and just leave Washington for a while every now and then.

Ban the use of Air conditioning in all federal buildings and they'll go home.

RobJohnson
08-18-2010, 02:53 AM
Adams had a REALLY good reason to want to be home. DC was an underdeveloped marsh full of skeeters and the usual swampy critters. And the construction efforts at times resembled the way that the Fed is building the border fence

I thought it was due to the fact that he had a much better internet connection at home. :D

Nubs
08-18-2010, 08:47 AM
Dude , go check out how much Bush was on vacation you fucking idiot. He broke all records.

Then look up how many times Bush met the dead soldiers at the airport when the caskets arrived.Get back to me

I don't know, GWB may very well have went, if he did, I know he would now be as low class/ low rent as to stand for a photo op over a casket.

PoliCon
08-18-2010, 10:52 AM
Dude , go check out how much Bush was on vacation you fucking idiot. He broke all records.

Then look up how many times Bush met the dead soldiers at the airport when the caskets arrived.

Get back to me
Dumbfuck - spending time at Camp David is not vacation. Sorry to break it to you. Working out of his ranch in Texas is ALSO not vacation. Trips to the BEACH or to NYC to see a show or to Martha's Vineyard - THOSE are vacations. :rolleyes: If you had half a brain cell more :rolleyes: you'd be a danger to yourself.

marinejcksn
08-18-2010, 05:30 PM
I can tell you this much; when Bush came to visit us in Hawaii vs. when Obama visited us was like night and day.

Meeting President Bush, it was my opinion that he really cared. He was humble, warm spirited and having a great time. I didn't even get to shake President Obama's hand. He was hitting the gym, surrounded by a huge posse. To me, he seemed to be loving the whole "rock star" status way more than the "cowboy" that was Bush.

Don't get me wrong, Bush ruined a lot of this country. He essentially destroyed the Conservative momentum in America, and we have Obama to thank for bringing it back. But Bush definitely treated the troops better, I'll tell you that much.