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no cents

Gastonia, NC

#26428 Nov 3, 2012
no cents wrote:
at this point,imo,President Obama has lost this election. for the people who lost their lives and their homes and approx. four million people are still without power is atrocious to say the least. after Katrina, you'd think we would have our act together. at least Bush 43 was in LA for quite some time evaluating with FEMA. and imo as well, he did a great job and jumped right in with the firemen, police, FEMA and that stupid jerk Bloomburg. Bloomburg finally just cancelled the race only yest! unbelievable because the race which was for a good cause was to start in Staten Island where much of the devastation was. and there were huge generators(for the race) that were still sitting doing nothing as of yest. as people were freezing to death literally etc. etc. etc.! 50 billion is second only to one other hurricane(andrew?). President had four yrs to make at least a little impact on what he promised four yrs ago and what he is promising today. pretty much verbatim. so the race was neck and neck but sandy definitely threw in the towel for him. another thought on our great country or once great country; we are #9 in the world overall. that says it all for me. and i wonder if all these countries that we give hundreds of millions in aid(no matter which country)in their natural disasters will do the same or have done the same and i think nothing. so who are the fools here?!
now i don't make sense. Bush 43 and Bloomburg did a great job when 911 hit. Obama and Bloomburg horrible team in Sandy disaster.
Go Bama

Lenoir, NC

#26429 Nov 3, 2012
no cents wrote:
at this point,imo,President Obama has lost this election. for the people who lost their lives and their homes and approx. four million people are still without power is atrocious to say the least. after Katrina, you'd think we would have our act together. at least Bush 43 was in LA for quite some time evaluating with FEMA. and imo as well, he did a great job and jumped right in with the firemen, police, FEMA and that stupid jerk Bloomburg. Bloomburg finally just cancelled the race only yest! unbelievable because the race which was for a good cause was to start in Staten Island where much of the devastation was. and there were huge generators(for the race) that were still sitting doing nothing as of yest. as people were freezing to death literally etc. etc. etc.! 50 billion is second only to one other hurricane(andrew?). President had four yrs to make at least a little impact on what he promised four yrs ago and what he is promising today. pretty much verbatim. so the race was neck and neck but sandy definitely threw in the towel for him. another thought on our great country or once great country; we are #9 in the world overall. that says it all for me. and i wonder if all these countries that we give hundreds of millions in aid(no matter which country)in their natural disasters will do the same or have done the same and i think nothing. so who are the fools here?!
What a brilliant waste of of time on that post, LOL. Are you that stupid?????
Time for you to move, maybe the EU would be good for you.
Obamas America doesn't want haters.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#26430 Nov 3, 2012
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>Well, if that is the case, Silver, it was good knowing you.
Watched bsnbc up in the morning with acclaimed douche Chris Hayes and all he was worried about was Mitt Romney and not recovery efforts for sandy.

And republicans have priorities mixed up?

Ha!
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26431 Nov 3, 2012
The Enemy Within wrote:
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And Joe Biden looks exactly like Jeff Dunham's dummy named Walter.


Donald Trump, with the wind in his hair looks just like Dunham's Peanut. I think we could also compare Romney to to Jose on a stick. No body to his policies!

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#26432 Nov 3, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>Watched bsnbc up in the morning with acclaimed douche Chris Hayes and all he was worried about was Mitt Romney and not recovery efforts for sandy.

And republicans have priorities mixed up?

Ha!
Ha ha ha, I did not think anyone could be worse than Chris Hayes but leave it to Melissa Harris-Perry to suprise me. Sandy is now republicans and Romney's fault.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#26433 Nov 3, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>Ha ha ha, I did not think anyone could be worse than Chris Hayes but leave it to Melissa Harris-Perry to suprise me. Sandy is now republicans and Romney's fault.
Nothing about sandy recovery efforts, all about the non partisanship of republicans and democrats.

Clearly the liberal/democrat/socialist agenda and concern solely rest in politics instead of recovery efforts of sandy.

And the republicans have screwed up values and priorities?

Ha again!
Go Bama

Lenoir, NC

#26434 Nov 3, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Ha ha ha, I did not think anyone could be worse than Chris Hayes but leave it to Melissa Harris-Perry to suprise me. Sandy is now republicans and Romney's fault.
Interesting to watch how you conservatives twist everything around. No wonder you won't in the election.
Go Bama

Lenoir, NC

#26435 Nov 3, 2012
Won't' win the election. My bad.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26436 Nov 3, 2012
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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I regurgitate nothing. There is nothing to spin what Chris Christie said. It is just plain English.What is it about English you don't understand? You just can't come to grips with the fact that a leading conservative Republican would lavish such praise on Obama, but that is exactly what he did.
I find it pretty ironic that just 11 days before Sandy hit Chris Christy compared Obama and his time in office as one who has been walking around in a dark room, in circles, with his eyes closed. Now as a result of Sandy his entire state has been reduced to what? Walking around in dark rooms.

Mitt Romney at his campaign/relief rally ask that people make out checks to the Red Cross. Not once did I hear him say this is what I myself will contribute. Don't you think that since he believes federal disaster aid should fall into the hands of the private sector, he himself should, being the millionaire that he is, should have made a public pledge?

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#26437 Nov 3, 2012
Allen wrote:
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I find it pretty ironic that just 11 days before Sandy hit Chris Christy compared Obama and his time in office as one who has been walking around in a dark room, in circles, with his eyes closed. Now as a result of Sandy his entire state has been reduced to what? Walking around in dark rooms.
Mitt Romney at his campaign/relief rally ask that people make out checks to the Red Cross. Not once did I hear him say this is what I myself will contribute. Don't you think that since he believes federal disaster aid should fall into the hands of the private sector, he himself should, being the millionaire that he is, should have made a public pledge?
Jon Stewart compared the two statements of Christie on his show. His comment was "Well, I guess Obama found the f..king light switch" LOL

Since: Dec 11

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#26438 Nov 3, 2012
Allen wrote:
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I find it pretty ironic that just 11 days before Sandy hit Chris Christy compared Obama and his time in office as one who has been walking around in a dark room, in circles, with his eyes closed. Now as a result of Sandy his entire state has been reduced to what? Walking around in dark rooms.
Mitt Romney at his campaign/relief rally ask that people make out checks to the Red Cross. Not once did I hear him say this is what I myself will contribute. Don't you think that since he believes federal disaster aid should fall into the hands of the private sector, he himself should, being the millionaire that he is, should have made a public pledge?
I AM NOT A BIRTHER, but if Obama would release his college applications/transcripts and passport info, he could take Donald's $5M and donate it to the Sandy relief efforts!
Go Bama

Lenoir, NC

#26439 Nov 3, 2012
Allen wrote:
Mitt Romney at his campaign/relief rally ask that people make out checks to the Red Cross. Not once did I hear him say this is what I myself will contribute.
Your key words here are 'campaign rally'.
And he said he was putting aside campaigning, yeah right, more double talk.
WACO 1909

Humble, TX

#26440 Nov 3, 2012
Republicans play the blame game when a dem is in office...and the excuse game when their own is in office.How special.

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#26441 Nov 3, 2012
WACO 1909 wrote:
Republicans play the blame game when a dem is in office...and the excuse game when their own is in office.How special.
That goes both ways, it's called politics 101.:)

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#26442 Nov 3, 2012
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Jon Stewart compared the two statements of Christie on his show. His comment was "Well, I guess Obama found the f..king light switch" LOL
That's funny....but you guys have pointed out in the past that Jon Stewart IS a comedian.

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#26443 Nov 3, 2012
no cents wrote:
<quoted text>now i don't make sense. Bush 43 and Bloomburg did a great job when 911 hit. Obama and Bloomburg horrible team in Sandy disaster.
You need a fact check, no cents. Rudy Giuliani was mayor of New York during the 911 disaster. Not Bloomburg.
Pro-Bama

Lenoir, NC

#26444 Nov 3, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> That goes both ways, it's called politics 101.:)
The difference is that republicans actually screw things up when they get a chance and Democrats get the blame while trying to fix the republican mess.

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#26445 Nov 3, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> That goes both ways, it's called politics 101.:)
And that is not likely to change anytime soon.

Since: Dec 11

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#26446 Nov 3, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> That's funny....but you guys have pointed out in the past that Jon Stewart IS a comedian.
And a good one at that. He is to me what Dennis Miller is to you. To each his own. Having nothing to lose in the political arena, comdedians can go out on a limb and say what they like. I love political comedians. Will Rogers started a great tradition.

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#26447 Nov 3, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Watched bsnbc up in the morning with acclaimed douche Chris Hayes and all he was worried about was Mitt Romney and not recovery efforts for sandy.
And republicans have priorities mixed up?
Ha!
The best face of the news this week was when Steve Doocey of Fox and Friends inteviewed Chris Christie as he praised Obama for his response to Sandy. It was the face of utter torment and shock.

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