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“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27170 Nov 8, 2012
The Enemy Within wrote:
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Oh I get it. Kinda like Obama is a leader and uniter. He really isn't but tricked the uneducated into thinking he was with empty promises and lies.
You are diverting.
Clearly all politicians will not do all that they say. But if you change your position several times, the people will know you will just change again.
But this is not relevant to my main point at all. Your party line is to extreme. Bring it to the middle a bit. That is all I am saying. Can you address this or are you just going to divert over and over and over again?

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#27171 Nov 8, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>You are diverting.
Clearly all politicians will not do all that they say. But if you change your position several times, the people will know you will just change again.
But this is not relevant to my main point at all. Your party line is to extreme. Bring it to the middle a bit. That is all I am saying. Can you address this or are you just going to divert over and over and over again?
I know this post was not to me, but what is so extreme about our party lines?
Big tea party repub

Columbia, SC

#27172 Nov 8, 2012
Gay Boy wrote:
The election is over LOCK THIS THREAD!
Damn this is Waco
He is the only one that says thread told you
Hes gay

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27174 Nov 8, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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I know this post was not to me, but what is so extreme about our party lines?
Refusing to budge on taxes is one. I could make a list, but I want to take this one at a time and this one is critical and one that can certainly have a compromise on.

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#27175 Nov 8, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Refusing to budge on taxes is one. I could make a list, but I want to take this one at a time and this one is critical and one that can certainly have a compromise on.
Mike, I don't have time to run check every post. Do me a favor and list all of them on one post and if it takes us a post or two to cover, then we'll go from there. You need to clarify budging on taxes. There's more than one type of tax people are required to pay.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#27176 Nov 8, 2012
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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The Republican party has a lot of damage control to undergo if they want to survive. First, they need to stick a fork in the likes of Allen West (if he goes on to win in Florida with the recount) and all of the vocal nuts who damage the party with off the wall comments. You conservatives love it, but the general public view them as out of control nut jobs. This behavior costs you electiions (Akin and Mourdock types as well.) The Tea Party is dead. Take your party back. Hispanic, blacks and young voters are not idiots and the demographics have changed. You need to change some of your public postures on some platform positions or your party is heading the way of the dinosaurs. Grooming Marco Rubio is your best chance of winning the Presisency in 2016. In fact, he would have been a much better choice for VP than Paul Ryan. At least you would have divided the hispanic vote with Rubio giving Romney a much better chance of winning.
Good to know that racism is not dead in America and lines are being drawn.

There will not be a second surrender signing at the Appomattox Courthouse next time.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#27177 Nov 8, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry, but that is just the saddest logic I have heard in a while.
If that many republicans pack up and move, then someone will fill the void. No matter if they have a company now or not.
I took my time to think about your response. Some one will fill the void.

If that is true and if that is truly what you and your party honestly believes, then why the stimulus and bailouts?

Another company would of stepped up and filled the void of GM and Chrysler collapse, right?

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

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#27178 Nov 8, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly. Why Pro and other republicans are still basing their reasoning upon elections fifty years ago is beyond me. I guess they are in denial the electorate can change.
This is your electorate....

Obama's victory relied on big majorities in every group apart from white males. He won 75% of Hispanics, 73% of Asians, 56% of women, and 93% of African Americans.

All who work for the 1% who have the wealth.

But I do have a list of democrats you can go to work for...

Democrat Nancy Pelosi has a networth of 58 million
Democrat Hillary Clinton has a networth of 34 million
Democrat Bill Clinton has a networth of 80 million
Democrat Senator Herb Kohn has a networth of 231 million
Democrat Congressman Jarel Polis has a networth of 161 million
Democrat Senator Jay Rockefeller has a networth of 82 million
Democrat Senator Mark Warner has a networth 70 million
Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal has a networth of 64 million
Democrat Senator Frank Lautenberg has a networth of 50 million
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein has a networth of 46 million
Democrat Congressman Harry Teague has a networth of 40 million
Democrat Congress woman Jane Harman has a networth of 112 million
Sen. John Kerry (D, Mass)$193.07 Million
Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.)$31.12 million
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)$16.02 million
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.)$15.74 million (dead now)
Rep. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.)$14.38 million
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.)$14 million
Sen. Ted Kaufman (D-Del.)$7.97 million
Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas)$7.14 million
Rep. Steven Kagen (D-Wis.)$7.10 million
Rep. John Spratt (D-S.C.)$6.98 million
Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.)$6.95 million
Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.)$6.67 million
Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.)$6.64 million
Rep. Parker Griffith (D-Ala.)$6.03 million
Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.)$5.97 millio
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.)$5.82 million
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.)$5.78 million
Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.)$5.56 million
Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-Nev.)$5.38 million

Some on this list were voted out in the last election but you get my point.

(Overall the richest politicians in Washingtion are Democrats)

Lets not forget Warren Buffet, George Soros and Bill Gates although they are not politicians. Plus just about all of hollywood.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#27179 Nov 8, 2012
The main problem I see with the republikan party is that I know what they are AGAINST, but I have never learned what they are FOR (with the exception of tax breaks for the rich)
Michael Moore

Kenly, NC

#27180 Nov 8, 2012
Lets help Obama lead this nation. We are the majority. Let's act like it.

And please Mr. President, make the banks and Wall Street pay. You're the boss, not them. Lead the fight to get money out of politics the spending on this election is shameful and dangerous. Don't wait til 2014 to bring the troops home bring 'em home now. Stop the drone strikes on civilians. End the senseless war on drugs. Act like a pit bull when it comes to climate change ignore the nuts, and fix this now. Take the profit motive out of things that any civilized country would say, "this is for the common good." Make higher education affordable for everyone and don't send 22-year-olds out into the world already in massive debt. Order a moratorium on home foreclosures and evictions. Enact economic policy that will create good-paying jobs and spend the money that's needed to do that. Make your second term one for the history books.
Big tea party repub

Columbia, SC

#27181 Nov 8, 2012
Michael Moore wrote:
Lets help Obama lead this nation. We are the majority. Let's act like it.
And please Mr. President, make the banks and Wall Street pay. You're the boss, not them. Lead the fight to get money out of politics the spending on this election is shameful and dangerous. Don't wait til 2014 to bring the troops home bring 'em home now. Stop the drone strikes on civilians. End the senseless war on drugs. Act like a pit bull when it comes to climate change ignore the nuts, and fix this now. Take the profit motive out of things that any civilized country would say, "this is for the common good." Make higher education affordable for everyone and don't send 22-year-olds out into the world already in massive debt. Order a moratorium on home foreclosures and evictions. Enact economic policy that will create good-paying jobs and spend the money that's needed to do that. Make your second term one for the history books.
I think im going cry I think I will go change oil in my car and poor it in the ground
TSF

Kenly, NC

#27184 Nov 8, 2012
Why don't you just drink the used oil. That will show them!!
Big tea party repub wrote:
<quoted text> I think im going cry I think I will go change oil in my car and poor it in the ground

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#27185 Nov 8, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Why would you assume I think this?
What do you think Obama has flipped on?
Let's start with the most blatant.
Barry said his administration would be the most transparent in history, he would post bills on the internet for Americans to see for five days before Congress voted on the issues.
BarryCare was never made public, rather Pelosi's famous quote, we have to pass the bill so we can see what's in it.

Oh wait, that was Pelosi's fault, not Barry's, right?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27187 Nov 8, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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Mike, I don't have time to run check every post. Do me a favor and list all of them on one post and if it takes us a post or two to cover, then we'll go from there. You need to clarify budging on taxes. There's more than one type of tax people are required to pay.
Well the major argument of the presidential election was, Obama wanted to raise taxes for those who make 250k per year and more. Mitt and the republicans in congress say no tax hikes ever.
We both agree the deficit needs to be reduced. So a compromise needs to be reached.
I think if the right was willing to budge on the 'never a cut' attitude, we could come to an agreement. Maybe those who make over 500k or a million.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27188 Nov 8, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Good to know that racism is not dead in America and lines are being drawn.
There will not be a second surrender signing at the Appomattox Courthouse next time.
Great example of the extremist problem of your party. That is why you lost.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27190 Nov 8, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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I took my time to think about your response. Some one will fill the void.
If that is true and if that is truly what you and your party honestly believes, then why the stimulus and bailouts?
Another company would of stepped up and filled the void of GM and Chrysler collapse, right?
Some companies were just to big to fail. I am sure Pro is not running a company to big to fail.

Now we could prevent companies from being to large to fail, but that would require regulations republicans are against. I am all for those regulations.
Gold Coast

Gastonia, NC

#27191 Nov 8, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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I already told you, I have no problem being the bad guy and now you're trying to suppress my right to free speech because I do not agree with your president or political party. It is totally cool for you guys to dog out bush or republicans but don't like it when the shoe is on the other foot?.
So you do not wish to acknowledge our President Elect? Again, I will have to spell it out for you Big Boy, small prick. I voted for the lesser of two "evils" in the sense that I personally do not believe any of these two we had running for office. In previous years, I actually believed in their sincerity of running our country for the people period, not their personal political agendas. I thought we could use a boost in our division as a country so Twitt it was. A 6 billion dollar campaign I might add. That is sickening when we still have people trying to build their lives again after Sandy. This is the third time in NY; 1993, 2011, and Sandy. Jesus, we had to rely on the private sector as always seven days after Sandy in addition to FEMA, our great military(Mike we are well over 6300 who lost their lives serving our great country; you stated it was 4000 and change a week ago-again well over 6300), Homeland Security and of course our generous Americans whether it be monies donated or volunteers who donated their time. And I will stop you right there; we pay taxes for organizations like FEMA and Homeland Security,Military, so don't give me some bs about these victims should get out of their hell hole due to a natural disaster. All the people as of a few days ago were in dire need of blankets, water, clean clothes, not to mention the obvious. FEMA should have had these necessities to all these victims on Day 1, not day 2 or 3. Even Rudy G had my same thoughts on the slack, inactions of our "great" Obama. I wll still acknowledge him as my president and that is our duty of being a true American. If you cannot deal with this "outrage" of accepting Obama then please gtfooh. And to think I have to be in the same vicinity and breath the air you breath. Aruba is a nice place to co-habitate with that "honest" govt. and although the beaches are darn close to being pristine, the sand is so friggn hot that you cant even stand on it for more than 5 seconds. Maybe this is the place to live. Get accustomed to HOT beyond HOT.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27192 Nov 8, 2012
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Let's start with the most blatant.
Barry said his administration would be the most transparent in history, he would post bills on the internet for Americans to see for five days before Congress voted on the issues.
BarryCare was never made public, rather Pelosi's famous quote, we have to pass the bill so we can see what's in it.
Oh wait, that was Pelosi's fault, not Barry's, right?
OK so lets look at this flip flop.
Did anyone think Mitt would do differently? No.Mitt did not even bring this issue up. So this is not an issue that is relevant to winning.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#27193 Nov 8, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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This is your electorate....
Obama's victory relied on big majorities in every group apart from white males. He won 75% of Hispanics, 73% of Asians, 56% of women, and 93% of African Americans.
All who work for the 1% who have the wealth.
But I do have a list of democrats you can go to work for...
Democrat Nancy Pelosi has a networth of 58 million
Democrat Hillary Clinton has a networth of 34 million
Democrat Bill Clinton has a networth of 80 million
Democrat Senator Herb Kohn has a networth of 231 million
Democrat Congressman Jarel Polis has a networth of 161 million
Democrat Senator Jay Rockefeller has a networth of 82 million
Democrat Senator Mark Warner has a networth 70 million
Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal has a networth of 64 million
Democrat Senator Frank Lautenberg has a networth of 50 million
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein has a networth of 46 million
Democrat Congressman Harry Teague has a networth of 40 million
Democrat Congress woman Jane Harman has a networth of 112 million
Sen. John Kerry (D, Mass)$193.07 Million
Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.)$31.12 million
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)$16.02 million
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.)$15.74 million (dead now)
Rep. Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.)$14.38 million
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.)$14 million
Sen. Ted Kaufman (D-Del.)$7.97 million
Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas)$7.14 million
Rep. Steven Kagen (D-Wis.)$7.10 million
Rep. John Spratt (D-S.C.)$6.98 million
Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.)$6.95 million
Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.)$6.67 million
Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.)$6.64 million
Rep. Parker Griffith (D-Ala.)$6.03 million
Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.)$5.97 millio
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.)$5.82 million
Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.)$5.78 million
Sen. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.)$5.56 million
Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-Nev.)$5.38 million
Some on this list were voted out in the last election but you get my point.
(Overall the richest politicians in Washingtion are Democrats)
Lets not forget Warren Buffet, George Soros and Bill Gates although they are not politicians. Plus just about all of hollywood.
No, I do not see a point at all. It certainly has zero to do with my post you responded to.

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#27194 Nov 8, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Great example of the extremist problem of your party. That is why you lost.
Numbers don't lie Miley.

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