He'll no! Because many teachers have gotten away with Obummer propaganda so it's only fair that both sides are heard from! LOL!<quoted text>
That teacher should be fired.
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#126016 Nov 12, 2012
#126017 Nov 12, 2012
White House website deluged with
secession petitions from 20 states
How would Old Glory look with 30 stars instead of 50? As far-fetched as it may sound, the White House might soon be forced by its own rules to examine the question.
On Nov.7, the day after President Barack Obama was re-elected, the White Houses website received a petition asking the administration to allow Louisiana to secede.
If 25,000 people sign the petition by Dec. 7, it will require a response from the Obama administration, according to published rules of the White Houses online We the People program.(RELATED: Website petition to Obama: Please create Do Not Kill list)
(RELATED: Obama petition initiative bashed as unethical campaigning with taxpayer resources)
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/11/white-house...
#126018 Nov 12, 2012
First, the 21 districts in Ohio which voted 100% for Obama were in Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, and those same districts have historically voted for the Democratic candidate. Also, many of these Cleveland districts are nearly 100% black persons. Now, do you seriously think that Romney swayed these districts away from the Democratic party as well as a black candidate that you can legitimately claim voter fraud?
As for the claim that Wood County had 108% number for voters...the reference is from the amount of eligible voters (98,213) taken from a 2010 census opposed to the amount of registered voters (108,014 of which 62,069 voted). Wood County is home to Bowling Green University (17,000+ students). Do you think it may be a possibility that in the two years since the 2010 census, that the number of eligible voters may have increased due to the number of students who have changed their residency status to Wood County for the sake of voting? Also, Obama won with 52.61% of the vote in 2008 in Wood County.(2008 Presidential Election: 101,891 registered voters, 65,164 voted).
#126019 Nov 12, 2012
What a libtard! For four years they have been talking about how Oshite has spent double of what Bush did with nothing to show for it! What did that buy, four years of higher unemployment and a failed economy. But then again that is Libtard math it doesn't have to add up!
#126020 Nov 12, 2012
Ask any lib, and they will tell you how much they hate this country, how our history is full of violence, thievery, slavery, how terrible the white man is, etc., that is, if they can stop calling you names long enough to utter actual sentences.
#126021 Nov 12, 2012
#126022 Nov 12, 2012
We tell it like it is.
#126023 Nov 12, 2012
1) Since the teacher cannot predict the future, her words are not the 'truth'.
2) She is being paid to teach a subject...math, English, history...not interject her personal views to a captive audience.
#126024 Nov 12, 2012
I do hope those states with petitions include the south and their 47% who do not pay taxes. It will help the remaining states.
#126025 Nov 12, 2012
You do know that a college did a study of Rmoney's economic plan for American and they concluded that it was mathematically impossible?
#126026 Nov 12, 2012
Economists Supporting Mitt Romney for President
Signed (affiliations listed for identification purposes only),
Gary Becker, Nobel laureate
James Buchanan, Nobel laureate
Robert Lucas, Nobel laureate
Robert Mundell, Nobel laureate
Edward Prescott, Nobel laureate
Myron Scholes, Nobel laureate
Burton Abrams, University of Delaware
James D. Adams, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Richard Adams, Oregon State University
Douglas Adie, Ohio University
Lee C. Adkins, Oklahoma State University
Richard Agnello, University of Delaware
James Ahiakpor, California State University, East Bay
Francis Ahking, University of Connecticut
William Albrecht, University of Iowa
Michael J. Alderson, Saint Louis University
Donald L. Alexander, Western Michigan University
John W. Allen, Texas A&M University
William Allen, University of California, Los Angeles
Fernando Alvarez, University of Chicago
Wayne Angell, Former Member, Federal Reserve Board
Joe Antos, American Enterprise Institute
J. J. Arias, Georgia College
Richard K. Armey, FreedomWorks
Nathan Ashby, University of Texas at El Paso
Christopher Azevedo, University of Central Missouri
Scott Baier, Clemson University
Charles Baird, California State University, East Bay
Eric Baklanoff, The University of Alabama
Spencer Banzhaf, Georgia State University
Christopher C. Barnekov, Ph.D., Chicago
Robert J. Barro, Harvard University
William Beach, Alexandria, VA
Howard Beales, George Washington University
Stacie Beck, University of Delaware
Larry Belcher, Taylor University
Don Bellante, University of South Florida
Bruce Bender, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lee Benham, Washington University in St. Louis
Michael Bennett, Curry College
Bill Beranek, University of Georgia
M. Douglas Berg, Sam Houston State University
Richard Bernstein, Temple University
Sanjai Bhagat, University of Colorado
Andrew Biggs, American Enterprise Institute
Robert Bise, Orange Coast College
Michael Block, University of Arizona
Cecil Bohanon, Ball State University
Michael Bond, University of Arizona
Carlos Bonilla, Airline Forecasts
Donald Booth, Chapman University
G. Geoffrey Booth, Michigan State University
Karl Borden, University of Nebraska
Michael Bordo, Rutgers University
George Borts, Brown Universiy
Michael Boskin, Stanford University
Edward H. Boss, Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability Illinois State Legislature
John Boyce, University of Calgary
John Boyd, University of Minnesota
Edward Boyer, Temple University
Gordon Brady, glbradygroup.com
Daniel Brandt, Chevy Chase, MD
Ike Brannon, American Action Forum
David Brat, Randolph-Macon College
Charles Breeden, Marquette University
Ivan Brick, Rutgers University
Alex Brill, American Enterprise Institute
Roger Brinner, The Parthenon Group
Wayne T. Brough, FreedomWorks
James Armistead Brown, Jr., Arlington, VA
James N. Brown, Rice University
Jeffrey Brown, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
David P. Brown, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Edgar Browning, Texas A&M University
Eric Brucker, Widener University
Lawrence Brunner, Central Michigan University
Peter Brust, University of Tampa
Phillip Bryson, Brigham Young University
William K. Buchanan, Valdosta State University
Todd Buchholz, Sproglit, LLC
M. Northrup Buechner, St. Johns University
Van Bullock, New Mexico State University
Richard Burdekin, Claremont McKenna College
Richard Burkhauser, Cornell University
Andrew Busch, BMO Capital Markets
James Butkiewicz, University of Delaware
Henry Butler, George Mason University School of Law
William Butos, Trinity College
Frank Caliendo, Utah State University
Charles Calomiris, Columbia University
Colin Campbell, Dartmouth College
William Campbell, Louisiana State University
HELL of a LOT more than I can LIST here !!!!!
#126027 Nov 12, 2012
BUT I CAN if NEEDED
#126028 Nov 12, 2012
College and math, a study and Romney's economic plan in the same sentence are a little too much for rightie to handle.
#126029 Nov 12, 2012
You're not needed.
#126030 Nov 12, 2012
Official response "hahahah"
#126031 Nov 12, 2012
The Romney/Ryan economic plan was devoid of anything associated with plausibility, realty,substance or truth, much like that other economic plan by that other Champion of the right, the t-party, the 9-9-9 plan of the pizza pan man and the Cain train disaster.
#126032 Nov 12, 2012
Apparently America doesn't much agree with you, seeing Obama and the Democrats won in a landslide.
Since: Mar 11
#126033 Nov 12, 2012
Ah, and just who decides what is "excess profit"? And the result of that excess profit law on oil resulted in gas shortages here in the US. My parents made a trip from Denver to Northern Maine and they could drive only every other day and at 55 mph. On the return trip they drove through Canada where there was no gas rationing plus they could drive 100 kph (62 mph) legally. Well, only until they got to Detroit and then it was back to 55 and every other day.
And Enron was using a accounting scheme that mislead investors. ANY company can do that but you are upset because they were an energy company and we all know how you feel about BLACK crude oil and BLACK coal!!!
#126034 Nov 12, 2012
#126035 Nov 12, 2012
The 99% hoax has already been debunked. I personally looked at the results from the precincts in question, and not even one went 99% or better for Obama.
I thought you also claimed to be religious. What religion are you that lying is not a sin?
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