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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. John’s 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
http://economistsforromney.com/
HELL of a LOT more than I can LIST here !!!!!
“The Economist” endorsed Obama AL.
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Outright lies? Show me or go f*ck yourself.
Thanks for that.....proving, once again, that the dufus Bush's No Child Left Behind failed in Shreveport.
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I don't blame you for being ashamed.
If I lived in Shreveport I'd change it to Detroit.

I'm a resident of SD...for tax purposes. Since you are in the south and part of the 47% you don't know what taxes are.
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http://www.ca.gov/About/Government/index.html

What is the Supplemental Poverty Measure and How Does it Differ from the Official Measure?

http://blogs.census.gov/2012/11/08/what-is-th...

Fees, Bills and Taxes
Donations - Texas Match the Promise Fund
http://www.texas.gov/en/discover/Pages/pay.as...
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This makes you an effin lying c*nt.
And your Daddy made you a spot on the floor.

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Ah, 1.6% of the popular vote is NOT a landslide.
A landslide was in 1984 when Ronald Reagan won a 18.2% difference in the popular vote over, ah over, ah, ah, yea, what's his name!
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How bout every 'swing' state but one, and 332 to 206 electoral. And try and explain why so many were predicting a LANDSLIDE election for Romney? In any case the American people were not to be bamboozled by Super Pacs, and the hundreds of millions in donations by billionaires who wanted to buy the election.
Okay, so you'd rather go by electoral college vote. No problemeau.
Reagan won 525 to, ah, er, ah, what's his name who got only 13!!!
Check Mate!!!!!!!
Oh, and Democrats only win fairly and never buy races?!?
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Romney DID NOT LIE!!!!!
The WHOLE STORY from the EXAMINER ...
Romney didn't tell the whole truth.

The ad said that we bailed out Chrysler for them to up and move production to China. The fact is that the jobs here in Ohio are staying put and Chrysler is expanding its operations overseas to better serve its customers overseas.

That's smart business.

Romney clearly tried to imply that Jeep is cutting American jobs and shipping them to China. He got busted on a lie big time.

BTW, the Washington Examiner is better used as toilet paper. You probably should not quote it here.
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It's really a wonder that you're able to cross the street safely.
I'm amazed that you can type. What with one finger in your nose and another in your ass. Southern trash...it just never seems to go away.
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And you live in a country that elected and supports Obama. Get over it. You lost big time.
You want to talk about broke - every red state except Utah and Texas get more back from the Federal government than they pay in.
Or to put it in simpler terms for simpler minds, the blue states support the red states.
THIS post WAS for YOU!!!!!

http://www.ca.gov/About/Government/index.html

What is the Supplemental Poverty Measure and How Does it Differ from the Official Measure?

http://blogs.census.gov/2012/11/08/what-is-th ...

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Donations - Texas Match the Promise Fund
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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema beats GOP’s Vernon Parker in Arizona’s 9th Congressional District

Source: Washington Post

PHOENIX — Former Democratic state Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has been elected to represent a new Phoenix-area congressional district, emerging victorious after a bitterly fought race that featured millions of dollars in attack ads.

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Sinema had a narrow lead on election night that made the race too close to call. But she slowly improved that advantage as more ballots were tallied in recent days, and now has a nearly 6,000-vote edge that is too much for Republican Vernon Parker to overcome.

Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/democr...

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Kyrsten Sinema Becomes First Openly Bisexual Member of Congress
Source: ABC News
First Openly Bisexual Member of Congress Elected
Alyssa Newcomb
3 minutes ago
After a hard-fought race in a newly formed Arizona congressional district, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema was declared the winner today, becoming the first openly bisexual member of Congress.
Sinema, a former state senator, joins at least five openly gay Democrats who were elected to House seats, and Tammy Baldwin, who became the first openly gay candidate elected to the Senate.
"We've made history, and we're proud of that," Sinema told ABCNews.com today. "But what I am interested in is making history by making things better for the people of Arizona's 9th Congressional District."
Sinema, 36, had a razor-thin lead on Election Night against her opponent, Tea Party candidate Vernon Parker, but she ultimately pulled ahead, finishing with a 6,000-vote edge over the Republican, the Associated Press reported today.
Read more: http://abcnews.go.com/m/blogEntry...
So? Most Republican like to keep their intimate relationships quiet! But I wonder if she, she is a she, isn't she?, would get upset that the guy she was with was also Bi?!?
If I was a woman, I would not some guys penis in me that had also need butt-f-ed by a gay guy who might have AIDS!
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“The Economist” endorsed Obama AL.
ALL of THESE in this link ENDORSED Romney!!!!!!!!!!

http://economistsforromney.com/
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"Obama: Voters agreed with me"

Obama: Voters agreed with me

By REID J. EPSTEIN at Politico

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/836...

"SNIP..........

Obama couched his reelection victory as giving him the authority to focus on job creation his way, with protections for the middle class and deficit reduction paid for by the nation’s wealthiest. The way to avert the year-end fiscal cliff, he said, is the very proposal he has been making for months on the campaign trail.

“The message you sent was clear: You voted for action, not politics as usual,” he said.“You elected us to focus on your jobs, not ours.”

As he has this week, Obama said he’s open to compromise within limits. He won’t accept increases in what the middle class pays in federal taxes or reduced aid for specific groups of people.

“I refuse to accept any approach that isn’t balanced,” he said.“I will not ask students or seniors or middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit while people making over $250,000 aren’t asked to pay a dime more in taxes. This was a central question in the election. And on Tuesday, we found out that the majority of Americans agree with my approach — that includes Democrats, independents and Republicans.”

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The WHOLE story from BLOOMBERG! http://www.bloomberg.com/news
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Fiat Says Jeep Output May Return to China as Demand Rises
Fiat SpA (F), majority owner of Chrysler Group LLC, plans to return Jeep output to China and may eventually make all of its models in that country, according to the head of both automakers’ operations in the region.
Fiat is in “very detailed conversations” with its Chinese partner, Guangzhou Automobile Group Co.(2238), about making Jeeps in the world’s largest auto market, said Mike Manley, chief operating officer of Fiat and Chrysler in Asia. Chrysler hasn’t built Jeeps there since before Fiat took control in 2009.
“The volume opportunity for us is very significant,” Manley, who is also president of the Jeep brand, said in an interview at Chrysler’s Auburn Hills, Michigan, headquarters.“We’re reviewing the opportunities within existing capacity” as well as “should we be localizing <<<<<<****** the entire Jeep portfolio or some of the Jeep portfolio.”
Chrysler, which entered an alliance with Turin, Italy-based Fiat as part of its U.S. government-backed bankruptcy, is relying on growth in China to counter weakness in Europe’s auto market. The automaker is targeting 500,000 annual sales outside North America by 2014, more than triple its overseas deliveries in 2009.
Chrysler currently builds all Jeep SUV models at plants in Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. Manley referred to adding Jeep production sites rather than shifting output from North America to China.
Asia’s Strength
International sales for Chrysler climbed 22 percent to 153,154 this year through September, according to the company. The Jeep brand accounted for more than three of every four of those deliveries, with sales surging 54 percent to 117,189.
“We’ve grown much stronger in Asia to make up or compensate for some of the difficulties in Europe,” Manley said. Europe will be in “very difficult, tough times” through at least 2013, he said.
Boosted by strong demand for the Grand Cherokee and Compass sport-utility vehicles, Jeep sales in China have more than doubled to 33,463 this year through September. The brand topped total deliveries for all of 2011 by July of this year.
Chrysler’s 2014 international sales target is “certainly within reach,” Manley said. The European auto market is on track to plunge in 2012 by the most in 19 years, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association.
“Given what we see around the world, it is stretching for sure, but it’s not something we’ve given up on,” he said.
Fiat and Guangzhou’s plant in Changsha in central China has initial annual capacity of 140,000 cars and is capable of eventually assembling 500,000 vehicles per year. The automakers will add production of a new vehicle to the factory roughly every 12 months and began building the Fiat Viaggio compact there in June.
To contact the reporters on this story: Craig Trudell in Southfield, Michigan, at ctrudell1@bloomberg.net.
To contact the editor responsible for this story: Jamie Butters at jbutters@bloomberg.net
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-21/fiat...
From the Bloomberg article.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2012-10-2...

“Chrysler currently builds all Jeep SUV models at plants in Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. Manley referred to adding Jeep production sites rather than shifting output from North America to China”

Not my fault you can’t read AL
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Your story is from October 21st. Since then both Fiat and Chrysler have come out multiple times and said that this story is completely false.
You know that and you post it anyway.
That makes you a god damned liar. Isn't lying a sin in your religion? If it is, you are going to hell, where you belong, for posting all the lies that you post.
WHY were they POSTED

THEN???????

huummmmm
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If I lived in Shreveport I'd change it to Detroit.
I'm a resident of SD...for tax purposes. Since you are in the south and part of the 47% you don't know what taxes are.
I'd be willing to bet we've paid more in taxes in one year than you've made in ten years! So, in reality you're mooching off Clownifornia. LMAO What a stand up guy you are. Just like Omammie.

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Romney DID NOT LIE!!!!!
The WHOLE STORY from the EXAMINER ... http://washingtonexaminer.com
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha ha!

Washington Examiner!!!

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha !

You just prove time and time again how stupid you are.

You don't know the difference between what is basically a bunch of blogs and what is REAL truth.

Chrysler CEO: Jeep not moving to China

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57542594/...

GM's CEO came out and publicly said Romney LIED.

Chrysler and GM gave their employees the day off to vote.

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha ha!
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Ah, 1.6% of the popular vote is NOT a landslide.
A landslide was in 1984 when Ronald Reagan won a 18.2% difference in the popular vote over, ah over, ah, ah, yea, what's his name!
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Okay, so you'd rather go by electoral college vote. No problemeau.
Reagan won 525 to, ah, er, ah, what's his name who got only 13!!!
Check Mate!!!!!!!
Oh, and Democrats only win fairly and never buy races?!?
There you go again...with only the republiKKKan side of things....

Try 1935 with Roosevelt over Landon 523 to 8...and that's without Alaska and Hawaii. Did you see that? ONLY EIGHT!!!!

Why must you always lie?
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That’s because they’re too dumb to realize that they are in fact the moochers.
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/ezra-klein/2...
Sounds like sour grapes to me Poopoo.

That chart in your source only shows that the people not getting money back from their taxes are too stupid to figure out the system.

Most of that map you point out is farm country that gets subsidies for losses in crops such as the drought they just had this year.

It's a shame you don't depend on farmers for your food.
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Incest Mom wrote:
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ALL of THESE in this link ENDORSED Romney!!!!!!!!!!
http://economistsforromney.com/
But Rmoney's plan has been shown to be mathematically impossible!!!

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