“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#26880 Nov 6, 2012
Gold Coast wrote:
<quoted text>Did you PERSONALLY donate? We see you brag about everything else so can we get a straight answer with no gray aeas. It is all white with you right? Or Volunteer which is the more worthy contribution. Please no question with a question.
As an employee of the firm, I contributed through a payroll deduction. It is a white thing for me. And I did my time, Hugo in charleston, homestead with Andrew, the several hurricanes that inundated eastern North Carolina in the 90's, and New Orleans/Mississippi with Katrina.

How many hurricanes affected areas have you been deployed to or you the type to talk about how much you want to help but really don't help?

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#26881 Nov 6, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Not to defend Silver, he can do that himself, quite well I might add, but when he said "my firm" how did you read that? I worked for Belk once, if I chose, they would take a percentage out of my paycheck to donate to the United Way, the charity of Belk's choice. Now, did I donate or the firm I worked for? Judgmental call on your part this morning.
Thanks Lu. More democrat diversion tactics

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#26882 Nov 6, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>I say early voting isn't a right, rather a privilege. The Constitution says we vote on the first Tuesday of November, it doesn't say anything about early voting.
Supervisor's discretion, not the Gov's.
It only took me about ten minutes to vote. I have family that lives in the Orlando area, they said they were in and out in thirty minutes,(they voted on the second day of early voting), they didn't procrastinate!
63% of North Carolinians have taken advantage of early voting according to the news peeps, wonder why floridians can't get it right.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26883 Nov 6, 2012
TSF wrote:
The question would be which way would he flip flop this time. The only thing he has not flip flopped on is tax breaks for the rich. That means he will flip flop and raise taxes on middle class working people --dummies like you who voted for him.
<quoted text>
The Republicans know what an idiot Romney is. Thing is, they don't care how he flip flops. The one thing they are however concerned about is the flip flop that will take place in their wallets if Obama is elected.

Line our pockets, feather our nests, we are wealthy, so to hell with the rest.
Gold Coast

Gastonia, NC

#26884 Nov 6, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>
As an employee of the firm, I contributed through a payroll deduction. It is a white thing for me. And I did my time, Hugo in charleston, homestead with Andrew, the several hurricanes that inundated eastern North Carolina in the 90's, and New Orleans/Mississippi with Katrina.
How many hurricanes affected areas have you been deployed to or you the type to talk about how much you want to help but really don't help?
Why did I already know his answer. Silver, you should be a write-in at the polls.

Since: Dec 11

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#26885 Nov 6, 2012
Hey Bacon, just saw a report where the black panthers ARE at the polls in Philly. I wonder if the UN is going to show up there to "monitor" the situation?

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#26886 Nov 6, 2012
Gold Coast wrote:
<quoted text>Why did I already know his answer. Silver, you should be a write-in at the polls.
Write in Mighty Mouse
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26887 Nov 6, 2012
How about that 47%? If there is anything that Romney knows about it's that 47%. He knows that they are the ones that have been bleed out and sucked dry. He knows they are useless to him. The one thing he did get right: "I'll never be able to convince them." Well I have to hand it to Romney, he was smart enough to realize that no matter how much he pisses on their legs he'll never make them believe that it is raining.

Since: Dec 11

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#26888 Nov 6, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
Hey Bacon, just saw a report where the black panthers ARE at the polls in Philly. I wonder if the UN is going to show up there to "monitor" the situation?
Pro, I saw that too. Hey, no voter intimidation going on there, but let's moan and cry about people having to stand in line to vote and call that voter supression. Shoot, I remember one time I waited until the last day to vote and by the time I got home, the election had been called. Reagan won by a landslide. I still voted and had no one to blame but myself for waiting that long.
That was back when Dan Rather had his crystal ball and would call elections by 6:30 p.m.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#26889 Nov 6, 2012
My vision of republikan utopia was one where medicare had been eliminated and replaced by vouchers which would only buy appointments to get appointments. Public education had been eliminated and the majority of voters were too ignorant to understand that republikans were pissing down their backs and making them believe its rain. Republikanism had replaced Christianity and all other religions also. The elimination of social security had increased availability of medical care to the rich by allowing those too old and feeble for work to die off early and stop competing for doctors care. With 47% of Americans dead and gone, more resources are available for the rich and their posterity .
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
I had a vision from the angel Moroni last night. He told me where I could find the golden plates he took back from Joseph Smith in 1829. He told me to go and dig them up, start a new bogus religion, and run Silver for President in 2016. That is the beginning of another Divine plan.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#26890 Nov 6, 2012
TSF wrote:
My vision of republikan utopia was one where medicare had been eliminated and replaced by vouchers which would only buy appointments to get appointments. Public education had been eliminated and the majority of voters were too ignorant to understand that republikans were pissing down their backs and making them believe its rain. Republikanism had replaced Christianity and all other religions also. The elimination of social security had increased availability of medical care to the rich by allowing those too old and feeble for work to die off early and stop competing for doctors care. With 47% of Americans dead and gone, more resources are available for the rich and their posterity .
<quoted text>
Credit ratings restored. Debit ceiling lowered. No more spending or quantitative easing. American President that actually protects Americans both home and abroad. Socialiest health care and entitlement programs eliminated.

Self responsibility promoted. Jobs created. Americans returning to work. Equal opportunities, just not equal outcomes.

Romney/Ryan 2012.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26891 Nov 6, 2012
TSF wrote:
My vision of republikan utopia was one where medicare had been eliminated and replaced by vouchers which would only buy appointments to get appointments. Public education had been eliminated and the majority of voters were too ignorant to understand that republikans were pissing down their backs and making them believe its rain. Republikanism had replaced Christianity and all other religions also. The elimination of social security had increased availability of medical care to the rich by allowing those too old and feeble for work to die off early and stop competing for doctors care. With 47% of Americans dead and gone, more resources are available for the rich and their posterity .
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Welcome to Romney Hood

Since: Sep 12

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#26892 Nov 6, 2012
Allen wrote:
How about that 47%? If there is anything that Romney knows about it's that 47%. He knows that they are the ones that have been bleed out and sucked dry. He knows they are useless to him. The one thing he did get right: "I'll never be able to convince them." Well I have to hand it to Romney, he was smart enough to realize that no matter how much he pisses on their legs he'll never make them believe that it is raining.
Explain to me again who that 47% is and how they have been bled out and sucked dry. I'm kinda foggy who they are.
Waco 1909

Humble, TX

#26893 Nov 6, 2012
Being sucked dry can't be...that bad.
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26894 Nov 6, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Your assuming most of Barry's supporters have a job. They can vote on their way to pick up their govt check!
Here ya go Emlu, this is Pro's shallow view of the 47%.
These people are: The sick, homeless, war vets, elderly, single mothers and fathers, the blue collar worker the ones who are raking and scraping to just get by.

These people want health care, homes, recognition, to die in peace, educations for their children, equal wages but most of all the want a future.

These are the people that Romney would just as soon be left to rot. Left behind to suffer and struggle.

“Anasasis Xenophontis.”

Since: Dec 08

over there.

#26895 Nov 6, 2012
Waco 1909 wrote:
Being sucked dry can't be...that bad.
NO WACO NO!! Its illegal in your state I believe and its also an abomination to god
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26896 Nov 6, 2012
Waco 1909 wrote:
Being sucked dry can't be...that bad.
Lol, Typical man:)
TSF

Kenly, NC

#26897 Nov 6, 2012
With the middle class eliminated, the rich might even have to work, pay taxes and gasp---even serve in the military. what a bummer for the Romneys.
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>
Credit ratings restored. Debit ceiling lowered. No more spending or quantitative easing. American President that actually protects Americans both home and abroad. Socialiest health care and entitlement programs eliminated.
Self responsibility promoted. Jobs created. Americans returning to work. Equal opportunities, just not equal outcomes.
Romney/Ryan 2012.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#26898 Nov 6, 2012
Allen wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol, Typical man:)
Allen, I thought the same thing :) GO FIGURE!!!
Allen

Penrose, NC

#26899 Nov 6, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
<quoted text>
Allen, I thought the same thing :) GO FIGURE!!!
We may have our differences in politics but, somethings will never change;)

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