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That's not a surprise. Rouge finally admits his inner repressed feelings. Sorry, Rouge, Jerry would never be interested in an old fart like you.
Speaking of Jerry; There is nothing lower in any prison than a Chick Hawk like Sandusky. He can either spend his thirty years in solitude, or being gang raped daily in a general prisoner population facility. In any even, I hope he gets what he deserves.

Sandusky moved to Pa. state prison housing death row inmates to serve 30-year minimum sentence--By Mark Scolforo, The Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa.- Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on Wednesday was sent to serve his child molestation prison sentence at an institution in far southwestern Pennsylvania that includes most of the state's death row inmates.
The Corrections Department said Sandusky was transferred to Greene State Prison after being evaluated at a facility outside Harrisburg. Prison officials said he will be housed in protective custody.
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Did I say anything about the Big Bang?
Your infantile proposition is based on the premise of the Big Bang, NUMSKULL. It is based on a Big Bang expanding from a center. Utterly naïve.

Grow up!
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It is Rouge who is wrong, not Einstein.
The Big Bang had no center; it was not an explosion radiating from a point. Rouge reached a naïve conclusion based on a naïve premise that has been thoroughly debunked.

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Bronco Bamma?

Obama and Romney make young girl cry
By Chris Moody, Yahoo! News | The Ticket –

After months of buildup leading to the presidential election in November, 4-year-old Abigael Evans has had enough.
The Fort Collins, Colo., girl broke down in tears after listening to yet another report on the radio about the race between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, a local NBC TV station reported.
"I'm tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney," said the sobbing girl, who lives in a battleground state.
She's probably not the only one.
Watch: http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/obama-romn...
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You're saying the Congress, the States, the Courts, legal scholars, and the people didn't understand the 14th Amendment. What happened to all those citizens allegedly disenfranchised according to Play Law construction of the 14th?
Cat got your tongue?
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Just how stupid are you Mobarf? I'm saying YOU do not understand it. You also apparently didn't understand when I said, I'M not playing your stupidazz game of twisting words and meanings. Now, for the last time, are you a Land or Water species? He doesn't know how to answer! LMAO!! Stupidazzpollock.

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Speaking of Jerry; There is nothing lower in any prison than a Chick Hawk like Sandusky.
That's news? I'm not the idiot who said he would rather shower at Penn State. Go ahead wrinkled old flabby Rouge fart; shower anywhere you please. Nobody cares, but please provide blindfolds.
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That's not a surprise. Rouge finally admits his inner repressed feelings. Sorry, Rouge, Jerry would never be interested in an old fart like you.

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Please. http://www.teapartytribune.com/2012/10/29/oba ...?
Why do you hand on to those junk websites? Can't you come up with at least one seemingly decent website? You're embarrassing yourself again. If the Rear Admiral left, supposing he did, why would that be? What'd he have to do with Benghazi? It's all made up, in the twisted minds of teaparty Obama haters who spin anything. You yourself, Rogue, will no longer answer questions on this once it's proven it's another hate fabrication. Or, you'll say it was a red herring. Not funny.
No it isn't funny your mentally unhinged paranoia that we contend with. There is two antidotes:

Obama says take a pill and call the dog catcher for the next meal
Romney says take a twisted journey preferrably over the highest cliff.

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Just how stupid are you Mobarf? I'm saying YOU do not understand it. You also apparently didn't understand when I said, I'M not playing your stupidazz game of twisting words and meanings. Now, for the last time, are you a Land or Water species? He doesn't know how to answer! LMAO!! Stupidazzpollock.
"Unlike Alice in Wonderland, simply saying something is so doesn't make it so."
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Sorry, BirfoonBoy, you're also saying the Congress, the States, the Courts, legal scholars, and the people didn't understand the 14th Amendment. What happened to all those citizens allegedly disenfranchised according to Play Law construction of the 14th?
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You're saying the Congress, the States, the Courts, legal scholars, and the people didn't understand the 14th Amendment. What happened to all those citizens allegedly disenfranchised according to Play Law construction of the 14th?
Cat got your tongue?

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Everything seems to be news to you, WoTARD!
Huh? Birfoons simply cannot comprehend sarcasm.
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That's news? I'm not the idiot who said he would rather shower at Penn State. Go ahead wrinkled old flabby Rouge fart; shower anywhere you please. Nobody cares, but please provide blindfolds.

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You seem to be real big on nursery rhymes and play law.
Huh? I'm not the proponent of Play Law. Take a look in the mirror, BirfoonBoy.
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"Unlike Alice in Wonderland, simply saying something is so doesn't make it so."
Judge Clay D. Land
Sorry, BirfoonBoy, you're also saying the Congress, the States, the Courts, legal scholars, and the people didn't understand the 14th Amendment. What happened to all those citizens allegedly disenfranchised according to Play Law construction of the 14th?
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Your infantile proposition is based on the premise of the Big Bang, NUMSKULL. It is based on a Big Bang expanding from a center. Utterly naïve.
Grow up!
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We will find out who the intellectual idiot is on this form in six days.
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Howdy, birfers!

I see Rogue Moron and Loser Reposting Spam took it to some really deep depths today. Yikes!

Anywho, it's nice to see that the right are already planning on blaming someone for Obama's reelection.

http://www.nationalmemo.com/could-christies-o...

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We will find out who the intellectual idiot is on this form in six days.
Huh? What does the election have to do with the Big Bang?

RU on LSD?
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Your infantile proposition is based on the premise of the Big Bang, NUMSKULL. It is based on a Big Bang expanding from a center. Utterly naïve.
Grow up!

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The Electoral College: Another Front in the War Against Labor
October 31 2012 / http://tinyurl.com/cer3dsc
The Electoral College - the way we pick our president and vice president - is all about cheap labor. When it was put into place in 1789, it was to give slaveholders a greater national voice - part of a compromise with the slave states to keep them in the union. So back then, it was all about cheap labor - slavery.
http://www.pdamerica.org/component/k2/item/97...
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The Constitution 101:
In the Federalist Papers it said: We were not going to have a monarchy, and we were not going to have a democracy.$$$$$$$
And to this day we have neither. For two hundred years we have had an oligarchical system in which men of property can do well Mitt Romney /(Dumbya Bush), and others are on their own.$$$$$$$
American politics is essentially a family affair, as are most oligarchies. When the father of the Constitution, James Madison, was asked how on earth any business could get done in Congress when the country contained 100 million people whose representatives would number half a thousand, Madison took the line that oligarchy's iron law always obtains: A few people invariably run the show; and keep it, if they can, in the family.$$$$$$$
Our founding fathers had such a fear and loathing of democracy that they invented the Electoral College so that the popular voice of the people could be throttled, much as the Supreme Court throttled the Floridians on December 12, 2000.$$$$$$$
We were to be neither a democracy, subject to majoritarian tyranny, nor a dictatorship, subject to Caesarean folly.$$$$$$$
As American media is controlled by that corporate America which provides us with political candidates a well-informed electorate is not possible.$$$$$$$
Ah, I see you failed high school civics. The purpose of the Electoral College, and the two Houses of Congress, was to give small population states more political pull.
And it was the 3/5th citizen count was to further penalize the slave states who did not want to recognized blacks as free citizens. Oh, the 3/5th rule has not been amended and is still the law of the land!!!
And the only reason why you are bringing this issue up, is because Obama is about to lose his azz!
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Obama Is In The Midst Of A Collapse In Michigan

Intriguingly, when comparing the Michigan poll to a new poll of Ohio released today, it shows that the race in Michigan is actually closer.
The key points in the new poll:

What's pushing Romney to a virtual statistical tie in the state is his clear advantage on trust in handling the economy. He leads the president, 47-44, on the crucial issue, even in a state dominated by the auto industry.

Compared with September, men have shifted 5 points more toward Romney.

http://www.businessinsider.com/michigan-poll-...
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In 5 days he will be out. People have had it with him. They are smart, and will let him take himself out with his lies. They will not take on the bc now as he is out anyway. After the election that goes to court and he cannot do one damn thing then.
No, they played it right. Now there will be no riots. obama is out, the polls are so whacked it is amazing. And the Repubs and Independents are all going to show up in 5 days to make a huge show of how much they dislike obama and his lies, forgeries, incompetence, and coverups. His whole life is a coverup, just like Benghazi.
It looks like Romney is taking Ohio now, taking the independents with him and the undecideds as well. It is just starting to break to Romney...just reported
You and your birther ilk have been trumpeting for over 10 days now how Obama is out and Romney is in. I admit the momentum is with Romney at the present time, but neither, I believe can claim victory. And no one knows what effect Sandy will have had on the electorate. I've heard versions of two outcomes. But, with all of that said, being so sure of victory will only increase your disappointment should Obama come out victorious. Indeed, you'll be so let down, so unbelieving, so shocked, I can already hear the shouts of "Fix" and "Fraud" all over. Why, I read them here on Topix 2 or 3 days ago - meaning someone's worried and already making excuses.

Keep celebrating, guys.
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As we stripped away Obama’s yearlong campaign of vilification, all the president offered us was more servings of negative ads — ads we had already dismissed as not credible. He kept doing the same thing even as it stopped working.
The result was that the presidential race reached a tipping point. Reasonable voters saw that the voice of hope and optimism and positivism was Romney while the president was only a nitpicking, quarrelsome, negative figure. The contrast does not work in Obama’s favor.
His erosion began shortly after the conventions when Indiana (10 votes) and North Carolina (15) moved to Romney (in addition to the 179 votes that states that McCain carried cast this year).
Then, in October, Obama lost the Southern swing states of Florida (29) and Virginia (13). He also lost Colorado (10), bringing his total to 255 votes.
And now, he faces the erosion of the northern swing states: Ohio (18), New Hampshire (4) and Iowa (6). Only in the union-anchored state of Nevada (9) does Obama still cling to a lead.
In the next few days, the battle will move to Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (15), Wisconsin (10) and Minnesota (16). Ahead in Pennsylvania, tied in Michigan and Wisconsin, and slightly behind in Minnesota, these new swing states look to be the battleground.
Or will the Romney momentum grow and wash into formerly safe Democratic territory in New Jersey and Oregon?
Once everyone discovers that the emperor has no clothes (or that Obama has no argument after the negative ads stopped working), the vote shift could be of historic proportions.
The impact on Senate races could be profound. Give the GOP easy pickups in Nebraska and North Dakota. Wisconsin has been a roller coaster. Once an easy win for Republican Tommy Thompson, then a likely loss as Democrat Tammy Baldwin caught up, and now Republican again, it will probably be a third pickup. Romney’s surge in Virginia is propelling George Allen to a good lead for the first time all campaign. In Montana, Republican Denny Rehberg holds and has held for some time a small lead over Democrat incumbent Jon Tester. And, in Pennsylvania, Smith has powered his campaign to a small lead over Democrat Bob Casey Jr.
The GOP now leads in these six takeaways. But it is also within easy striking distance in Ohio and Florida, where incumbents are under 50 percent and Republican challengers Connie Mack (Fla.) and Josh Mandel (Ohio) are only a few points behind. It may even be possible to entertain daydreams of Rhode Island (Barry Hinckley) and New Jersey (Joe Kyrillos) going Republican.
Republican losses? Look for a giveback in Maine and possibly in Indiana and Massachusetts. In Indiana, Republican Richard Mourdock had established a 5-point lead over Democrat Joe Donnelly. But his comments about rape knocked him back to a tie. With Romney carrying the state by 15 points, however, Mourdock could still make it. In Massachusetts, Brown has been in hand-to-hand combat with Elizabeth Warren. Down by five a few days ago, he’s now tied, but the undecided usually goes against the incumbent.
The most likely outcome? Eight GOP takeaways and two giveaways for a net gain of six. A 53-47 Senate, just like we have now, only opposite.
Barack Obama’s parting gift to the Democratic Party.
Ghost writer is back? Or which cut-and-paste?
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the only poll that counts:

*are Republicans far more motivated to vote in this election than in 2008? YES

*are democrats less motivated to vote now than in 2008?
YES

In 2008, you had a fumbling McCain. He was the token chosen to run, when nobody wanted to run after Bush.

obama was little known then, and had no record. He was the anti- Bush. Now we have his record, and it is terrible.

Now the OHIO absentee ballots are going WAY over the top for Republicans, and are WAY down for democrats.
The MSM is not running this.

Romney is leading in OHIO right now because of this. He will also take Michigan. The elections always break for the challenger at this point in the undecideds. The Independents are also 15-20 points higher for R's than D's now, just the opposite as in 2008. The women are at 50-50 now, far higher than 2 months ago for Romney. The young are way up too, and are going Republican because they want jobs.

It is very clear where this election is going and the MSM will not report it. They will suffer obama's fate. When the MSM refuses to write anything about obama like ABC that refuses to cover Benghazi it shows how out of touch they are. They will go under after this election and people will be fired.

lol...the liberal left is so delusional they will double down on dumb every time. All of us in here that know this just laugh at them.

5 days to go you sick lefty morons. Enjoy your last days with this illegal alien coward.
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As we stripped away Obama’s yearlong campaign of vilification, all the president offered us was more servings of negative ads — ads we had already dismissed as not credible. He kept doing the same thing even as it stopped working.
The result was that the presidential race reached a tipping point. Reasonable voters saw that the voice of hope and optimism and positivism was Romney while the president was only a nitpicking, quarrelsome, negative figure. The contrast does not work in Obama’s favor.
His erosion began shortly after the conventions when Indiana (10 votes) and North Carolina (15) moved to Romney (in addition to the 179 votes that states that McCain carried cast this year).
Then, in October, Obama lost the Southern swing states of Florida (29) and Virginia (13). He also lost Colorado (10), bringing his total to 255 votes.
And now, he faces the erosion of the northern swing states: Ohio (18), New Hampshire (4) and Iowa (6). Only in the union-anchored state of Nevada (9) does Obama still cling to a lead.
In the next few days, the battle will move to Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (15), Wisconsin (10) and Minnesota (16). Ahead in Pennsylvania, tied in Michigan and Wisconsin, and slightly behind in Minnesota, these new swing states look to be the battleground.
Or will the Romney momentum grow and wash into formerly safe Democratic territory in New Jersey and Oregon?
Once everyone discovers that the emperor has no clothes (or that Obama has no argument after the negative ads stopped working), the vote shift could be of historic proportions.
The impact on Senate races could be profound. Give the GOP easy pickups in Nebraska and North Dakota. Wisconsin has been a roller coaster. Once an easy win for Republican Tommy Thompson, then a likely loss as Democrat Tammy Baldwin caught up, and now Republican again, it will probably be a third pickup. Romney’s surge in Virginia is propelling George Allen to a good lead for the first time all campaign. In Montana, Republican Denny Rehberg holds and has held for some time a small lead over Democrat incumbent Jon Tester. And, in Pennsylvania, Smith has powered his campaign to a small lead over Democrat Bob Casey Jr.
The GOP now leads in these six takeaways. But it is also within easy striking distance in Ohio and Florida, where incumbents are under 50 percent and Republican challengers Connie Mack (Fla.) and Josh Mandel (Ohio) are only a few points behind. It may even be possible to entertain daydreams of Rhode Island (Barry Hinckley) and New Jersey (Joe Kyrillos) going Republican.
Republican losses? Look for a giveback in Maine and possibly in Indiana and Massachusetts. In Indiana, Republican Richard Mourdock had established a 5-point lead over Democrat Joe Donnelly. But his comments about rape knocked him back to a tie. With Romney carrying the state by 15 points, however, Mourdock could still make it. In Massachusetts, Brown has been in hand-to-hand combat with Elizabeth Warren. Down by five a few days ago, he’s now tied, but the undecided usually goes against the incumbent.
The most likely outcome? Eight GOP takeaways and two giveaways for a net gain of six. A 53-47 Senate, just like we have now, only opposite.
Barack Obama’s parting gift to the Democratic Party.
You stealing slithering slug phoney plagiarist. Here's where you stole it, thehill.com/opinion/columnists/.../264935-her... along with all the others, whether it was in conversation with Terri on investments, with me or anyone else. Not even a ghost writer, just cut-and-paste, no attribution.
Go join the queen of cut-and-paste or plagiarizer, depending on her mood, American er hmm pravda lady or, hmmm,...never mind.

Cotcha, caught ya. Now squirm.
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As we stripped away Obama’s yearlong campaign of vilification, all the president offered us was more servings of negative ads — ads we had already dismissed as not credible. He kept doing the same thing even as it stopped working.
The result was that the presidential race reached a tipping point. Reasonable voters saw that the voice of hope and optimism and positivism was Romney while the president was only a nitpicking, quarrelsome, negative figure. The contrast does not work in Obama’s favor.
His erosion began shortly after the conventions when Indiana (10 votes) and North Carolina (15) moved to Romney (in addition to the 179 votes that states that McCain carried cast this year).
Then, in October, Obama lost the Southern swing states of Florida (29) and Virginia (13). He also lost Colorado (10), bringing his total to 255 votes.
And now, he faces the erosion of the northern swing states: Ohio (18), New Hampshire (4) and Iowa (6). Only in the union-anchored state of Nevada (9) does Obama still cling to a lead.
In the next few days, the battle will move to Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (15), Wisconsin (10) and Minnesota (16). Ahead in Pennsylvania, tied in Michigan and Wisconsin, and slightly behind in Minnesota, these new swing states look to be the battleground.
Or will the Romney momentum grow and wash into formerly safe Democratic territory in New Jersey and Oregon?
Once everyone discovers that the emperor has no clothes (or that Obama has no argument after the negative ads stopped working), the vote shift could be of historic proportions.
The impact on Senate races could be profound. Give the GOP easy pickups in Nebraska and North Dakota. Wisconsin has been a roller coaster. Once an easy win for Republican Tommy Thompson, then a likely loss as Democrat Tammy Baldwin caught up, and now Republican again, it will probably be a third pickup. Romney’s surge in Virginia is propelling George Allen to a good lead for the first time all campaign. In Montana, Republican Denny Rehberg holds and has held for some time a small lead over Democrat incumbent Jon Tester. And, in Pennsylvania, Smith has powered his campaign to a small lead over Democrat Bob Casey Jr.
The GOP now leads in these six takeaways. But it is also within easy striking distance in Ohio and Florida, where incumbents are under 50 percent and Republican challengers Connie Mack (Fla.) and Josh Mandel (Ohio) are only a few points behind. It may even be possible to entertain daydreams of Rhode Island (Barry Hinckley) and New Jersey (Joe Kyrillos) going Republican.
Republican losses? Look for a giveback in Maine and possibly in Indiana and Massachusetts. In Indiana, Republican Richard Mourdock had established a 5-point lead over Democrat Joe Donnelly. But his comments about rape knocked him back to a tie. With Romney carrying the state by 15 points, however, Mourdock could still make it. In Massachusetts, Brown has been in hand-to-hand combat with Elizabeth Warren. Down by five a few days ago, he’s now tied, but the undecided usually goes against the incumbent.
The most likely outcome? Eight GOP takeaways and two giveaways for a net gain of six. A 53-47 Senate, just like we have now, only opposite.
Barack Obama’s parting gift to the Democratic Party.
Phoney. Here's the website for the above plagiarized masterpiece of yours : thehill.com/opinion/columnists/.../264935-her...

Now we know when it's you (garbage, profanity, name-calling) and when you steal without attributing. All those "savant " sessions on investments with Terri, then your political sermons. Ha! Liar. All lifted from Google. Slither back under your rock, slug.
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You stealing slithering slug phoney plagiarist. Here's where you stole it, thehill.com/opinion/columnists/.../264935-her... along with all the others, whether it was in conversation with Terri on investments, with me or anyone else. Not even a ghost writer, just cut-and-paste, no attribution.
Go join the queen of cut-and-paste or plagiarizer, depending on her mood, American er hmm pravda lady or, hmmm,...never mind.
Cotcha, caught ya. Now squirm.
But, but, but.....jacqazz doesn't name-call or criticize! LMAO Hippo

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