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Since: Dec 11

Fort Worth, TX

#126367 Nov 13, 2012
LRS wrote:
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Hairy Puckeye! Having a fraud and a liar in the WH upsets me but not you. Hmmm, that speaks volumes doesn't it.
Have you been upset your entire life???'Cause for the forty years or so that I've been voting I can't remember a time when we DIDN'T have one or the other (and usually both!) in the White House. Were you this upset when GWB or his dad were in office? What about Reagan and Nixon? Or JFK for that matter. Welcome to the real world. Could it be that there is something other than lying and fraud that pisses you off?
BTW, most third graders can think up better names to call people. Maybe you could consult with one for some pointers.
Tear Party Patriot

Hazel Crest, IL

#126368 Nov 13, 2012
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Dream on. In Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida there are REPUBLICAN SECRETARIES OF STATE. They are ultimately responsible for the results of the election, and they would have said something if they had thought that Obama was stealing the election. Obama won Ohio by more than 107,000 votes, and he won Florida by more than 70,000 votes.
Charles Krauthammer: Obama won the election. He did it by mobilizing Latino, Black, young and women's votes--no mention of the election being stolen.
Laura Ingraham: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Ann Coulter: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Glenn Beck: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Bill O'Reilly: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
George Will: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
The National Review online: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Pat Buchanan: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Michael Barone: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Newt Gingrich: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
Rick Santorum: Obama won the election--no mention of the election being stolen.
You fools!!!

Don't you know Charles Krauthammer, Laura Ingraham, Ann "Vomit Inducing" Coulter, Glenn Beck, Bill "Do It Live" O'Reilly, George Will. The National Review, Pat Buchanan, Michael "Who The Hell Am I" Barone, Newt "9 Wives" Gingrinch, and Rick "Anal Juice" Santorum are all part of the conspiracy?

And Eric Cantor knew about the Gen. David Betray Us affair months before the election. I always knew Cantor was one of Obummers secret agent minions sent here to ensure his re-election.

Wake up America
Bill S Preston Esquire

Hazel Crest, IL

#126369 Nov 13, 2012
NO more American Lady wrote:
Ted Nugent Blasts Obama Voters on Twitter
"Soulless Fools and sub human varmint"
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AGREE!!!!!!!!!!
Ted Nugent?

Oh yeah, he's that guy that didn't take a bath for a month and smeared shit all over hiself to get out of going to Vietnam.

He rocks dude.
Ted Theodore Logan

Hazel Crest, IL

#126370 Nov 13, 2012
Bill S Preston Esquire wrote:
<quoted text>
Ted Nugent?
Oh yeah, he's that guy that didn't take a bath for a month and smeared shit all over hiself to get out of going to Vietnam.
He rocks dude.
Yeah, thats the guy.

Excellent!!!

Party on dude!!!
Rufus

Hazel Crest, IL

#126371 Nov 13, 2012
I died.

Bogus!!!
Guru

Canyon Country, CA

#126372 Nov 13, 2012
Ellen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
The Selective Service card was forged by the guy who posted it, a birther.
sorry toots, I watched the entire press conf by law enforcement officials with over 140 years of experience in these issues. They nailed it. I'll take them over an asshollle like you any day. They had it all right there. You should have been born in the Russia lady, you are just as sick as they are.

Communist countries were once full of democrats: and they imprisoned themselves. Just like you are doing here.

Since: Dec 11

Fort Worth, TX

#126373 Nov 13, 2012
Bill S Preston Esquire wrote:
<quoted text>
Ted Nugent?
Oh yeah, he's that guy that didn't take a bath for a month and smeared shit all over hiself to get out of going to Vietnam.
He rocks dude.
The man is nearly sixty-five and still trying to make people believe he's a rock star. He'll say anything to get his name in the3 public's ear. Narcissistic as always! Who in their right mind would take political advice from a washed up, drug addled, wannabe like Nugent?
The Answer

Hazel Crest, IL

#126374 Nov 13, 2012
Terry Buckeye wrote:
<quoted text>
Who in their right mind would take political advice from a washed up, drug addled, wannabe like Nugent?
Guru

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#126375 Nov 13, 2012
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You should know me better than that, Rogue. If, when Bush was president, and I ran a school, and a teacher of mine badmouthed Bush to grammar or high school studends, I'd have his/her ass, fire her/him on the spot.
Well, I don't know you that well. Now the first time I would not fire them. It would be a verbal warning. Second offence would be a written reprimand and the third, well there would be no way a teachers union would allow me to fire any teachers who had bashed a Democrat. Not sure about if he had bashed a Republican

Since: Mar 11

Jacksonville, FL

#126376 Nov 13, 2012
Bill S Preston Esquire wrote:
<quoted text>
Ted Nugent?
Oh yeah, he's that guy that didn't take a bath for a month and smeared shit all over hiself to get out of going to Vietnam.
He rocks dude.
Just for my education, would you be able to back up that allegation?

http://www.snopes.com/politics/military/nugen...

Since: Dec 11

Fort Worth, TX

#126377 Nov 13, 2012
The Answer wrote:
<quoted text>
Guru
I qualified my question with "in their right mind"!
The Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#126378 Nov 13, 2012
Cops: Woman angered by Obama re-election runs over husband for not voting

Source: Orlando Sentinel

PHOENIX — An Arizona woman, in despair at the re-election of Democratic President Barack Obama, ran down her husband with the family car in suburban Phoenix on Saturday because he failed to vote in the election, police said Monday.

Holly Solomon, 28, was arrested after running over husband Daniel Solomon following a wild chase that left him pinned underneath the vehicle.

Daniel Solomon, 36, was in critical condition at a local hospital but is expected to survive, Gilbert police spokesman Sgt. Jesse Sanger said.

Police said Daniel Solomon told them his wife became angry over his "lack of voter participation" in last Tuesday's presidential election and believed her family would face hardship as a result of Obama winning another term.


Read more: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/bre...

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The stupid is stong in this one. Note that this took place in Arizona, which Romney won! Thus, her husband's vote would have zero impact because Romney already won the State. Of course, this just happens to be the same State as the Gifford shooting. Perhaps some folks take Rush Limbaugh and Fox News way too literally.
The Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#126379 Nov 13, 2012
Youth Vote Gap Suggests Republicans Risk Losing An 'Entire Generation' To Democrats

Source: huffingtonpost.com

<snip>
Instead, voters ages 18 to 29 -- who made up 19 percent of the electorate, a greater share than in 2008, and half of whom cast a ballot, for the third presidential election in a row -- went for Obama by 60 percent to 36 percent for Romney.

Now Republicans are faced with a grim premise as they look toward the future, with a much more racially diverse and socially liberal young voter base that supports Democrats by a large margin.

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/12/yout...
The Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#126380 Nov 13, 2012
Grover Norquist: Obama Won Because He Called Romney A 'Poopy Head'

Source: Huffington Post

Grover Norquist, founder and president of Americans For Tax Reform, has a new theory about why President Barack Obama won -- he portrayed Mitt Romney as a "poopy head."

"The president was committed; elected on the basis that he was not Romney and Romney was a poopy head and you should vote against Romney and he won by two points," Norquist said on CBS' "This Morning" Monday. "But he didn't make the case that we should have higher taxes and higher spending, he kind of sounded like the opposite."

Host Norah O'Donnell pushed back. "Well, I'm not sure that's what the president called Mitt Romney, Grover," she said. "That's not the debate that was had ... he said very clearly throughout the debate that the wealthiest Americans should pay more and he won eight of the nine battleground states and Republicans failed to reclaim the White House or the Senate."

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/12/grov...
The Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#126381 Nov 13, 2012
NBCPolitics: Republicans Got Crushed on The Issues, Too

Last edited Mon Nov 12, 2012, 02:18 PM USA/ET - Edit history (1)

http://firstread.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/11/12...

Republicans got crushed on the issues, too

By NBC's Mark Murray

For all the talk about how Mitt Romney and the Republicans lost when it came to demographics, the turnout, and the tactics, the exit polls also show that they lost when it came to the issues.
For years, the GOP has branded itself as the party that supports low taxes (especially for the wealthy) and opposes abortion and gay marriage.

But according to the exit polls from last week’s presidential election, a combined 60% said that tax rates should increase either for everyone or for those making more than $250,000. Just 35% said the tax rates shouldn’t increase for anyone.

What’s more, 59% said that abortion should be legal in all or most cases.

And by a 49%-to-46% margin, voters said that their states should legally recognize same-sex marriage.
The Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#126382 Nov 13, 2012
Sad America-loving conservatives already demanding secession

Aw, the party of 'Merika has an enormous post-election sad:

In the aftermath of last week's presidential election, residents in at least nineteen states have put up petitions on the government's "We the People" petitioning website seeking the right to secede from the rest of the country.[…]
Petitions for secession filed from Louisiana and Texas have already received well over 10,000 signatures. Per the website's own rules, petitions that garner 25,000 signatures or more within 30 days require a response from the Obama administration.
Apparently this is the part of the conservative realization that (1) yes, the president is still a scary black man, and (2) nobody in America but them has a problem with that. There's also been some premise going around that Obama's moderateness and centrism the last four years only goes to prove how much he's going to be a crazy secret-Muslim radical during the next four years, and if you can unpack that logic, you've got me beat. I have no idea what they're going on about. Oh, and the Texas version has already topped the 25K threshold, so congratulations, Texas conservatives! You'll be getting a special note from the Obama administration suggesting where you can go!
This doesn't seem to be a purely regional thing, since even folks in Oregon and New York are piping up with their own petitions (and really, if you're an Oregon or New York conservative, I feel a good amount of pity for you, I really do). But I've said it before, and I'll say it again: This notion of conservative secession has its merits. Of course, as "True America" we'd want to attach some constraints to the separatists: no nuclear weapons, get your own damn military, and we'll be carving out territory for you that consists entirely of places close to sea level, so that you can ignore climate change from the best possible vantage point. But this sounds pretty doable, once the logistics get worked out. So what are you going to call yourselves? United Galts of America? New Jesusland? That's great, we'll send you a card.

“GONE FISHING”

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#126383 Nov 13, 2012
WEDNESDAY NOV 8
FOX DID YOU A GRAND DISSERVICE AND MADE MILLIONS DOING IT...
For liberals like me, Fox News was the channel to watch last night. As it became clear early on that Obama was going to take this thing, my household quickly switched the channel from CNN to Fox, eager to see the network’s massive breakdown play out in real time. After all, if the job of Fox News these past four years was to make Obama a one-term president, a goal the network not-incidentally shared with the Republican Party, Fox News super-duper seriously failed.
In 2009, White House communications director Anita Dunn called Fox News "either the research arm or the communications arm of the Republican Party.” I don’t know about the “or” part. With massive funds and infinite air time, Roger Ailes’ little network that could spent the past four years demonizing president Obama (after a year of demonizing candidate Obama), and obsessively churning up non-news to scare the shit out of white guys and feed into the GOP bloodstream: from the Black Panthers’ remarkable rise to political power to that thing about the guns and Mexico named after an awesome Vin Diesel movie to the multifront war on Christmas/Christians/Christ to The Great Benghazi Conspiracy of 2012.
And what do they have to show for it? Not a Republican president. Not a Republican Senate. Not a repealed health care law. Adding insult to Tuesday’s injury, Eric Holder is still a free man.
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Yes, ratings. Yes, money. I hear you. But if Fox News has any actual interest in helping the Republican Party or the conservative cause—and you can want to do this and make money, just like the GOP!—the network really flubbed it. So what happened, other than the mainstream media oppressors shutting down the truth once again and polling places letting Hispanics in?
In 2009, Gawker published a post titled “What’s Bad for the GOP is Good for Fox News,” arguing that Republicans’ worst nightmare—the election of a black, Democratic president who listens to the rap music and gives young, female, and non-white Americans hope—was actually a dream come true for Rupert Murdoch’s money-minting, 24-hour news network. Pointing to this illustrative graph, Gawker’s John Cook (who, full disclosure, is my husband) wrote that “the more viewers Fox attracts, the more voters the GOP repels.”
But in 2010, the GOP/Fox News Industrial Complex proved Gawker —and many Democrats who assumed Fox had taken things too far—wrong. With the aid of the Fox-bolstered Tea Party revolution, the Fox-created Socialist-in-Chief, the Fox-aired town hall debacles, and the Fox-supported conspiracy theories of Glenn Beck, Republicans won the House and the narrative. We all gave in and started calling it Obamacare. 2012 looked to be a lost cause.
But Fox overreached. The midterm results told Sean Hannity and Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly that they were doing something right, and so they kept at it. Donald Trump phoned in from Trump HQ daily to inform Greta Van Susteren’s viewers about his heroic quest for the missing birth certificate. Glenn Beck presented his irrefutable evidence that everything is connected and all roads lead to the Jews/Kenya/Cass Sunstein. Beck finally got canned in 2011, but Hannity picked up some of his nut-job slack. The liberals on Hannity’s panel got paler and sicklier by design (my theory, at least), and the true-believer conservatives became more insufferably confident and dismissive of any potential Obama revival.

“GONE FISHING”

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#126384 Nov 13, 2012
So what does all this delusional thinking have to do with actual voters and their actual votes? As Conor Friedersdorf writes in his very smart Atlantic piece about the failure of the conservative media, it’s “easy to close oneself off inside a conservative echo chamber.” As he points out, Fox News and other conservative media are “far more intellectually closed” than, say, NPR. Fox News feeds its viewers a line of bull about the way the world is. Viewers buy this line of bull. Misinformed viewers become misinformed voters. And then misinformed voters are shocked when Obama wins. Hey, I thought everyone hated this guy?(The preceding is a very good reason why liberals should limit their MSNBC viewing, by the way.)

Friedersdorf argues that Fox not only deludes its viewers, but that it is part of a self-deluded system, in which right-wing talk radio and TV pundits like Dennis Prager and Hugh Hewitt actually also take the bait. They all reinforce each other’s divorce from reality, Friedersdorf suggests, until the whole thing blows up—as it did last night in that crazy MegynCam moment, as the anchor, faced with a raving Karl Rove, walked from the studio to one of the back offices to confront the network’s decision desk over its Ohio call. It was, of course, terrific TV. In our house it played as comedy, but I’m sure Fox’s loyal viewers, still holding out hope of a Romney turnaround, loved the drama of Kelly stalking the hallways, one of the network’s conservative crusaders on the hunt for nebbish number crunchers.

So is the talent at Fox News made up of true believers or cynical hacks? Most likely, the network—just like the pundit roundtable on air last night—contains some of each. For the ratings whores, it’s likely true that four more years of Obama is exactly what the network needs—but it’s clearly not what’s best for, say, Chris Christie. Fueled by intensity and hatred, Fox thrives as the opposition. The trouble is that for the GOP to survive, Republican candidates eventually have to get votes. When they fail, Fox gets to keep on printing money.

After Karl Rove’s on-air freakout and the aforementioned MegynCam challenge, Fox was forced to acknowledge that Obama had won the damn election. And now what are they left with? A whole lot of viewers who are quite surprised to find that they are once again outnumbered by Americans who actually like better access to health care and don’t all keep Carrie Mathison-style timelines of the Benghazi cables on their living room walls. Now these disappointed souls wonder: Why isn’t the world the way we thought it was Tuesday morning? Just guess where they will turn for the answer.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#126385 Nov 13, 2012
Uda wrote:
<quoted text>
Haha. the conspiracy widens.
Just wait, you ain't seen muthin' yet - its 168-0 in the courts on the BC idiocy, and at 50 a year, it will be 368 by the end of Obama's second term, just before Hillary takes over. Stooges birthers will think that the additional 200 will only have confirmed their victory. Just like the Nov 6 tally, they are sure they won but were cheated so they are asking for secession. Can it get any more looney tooney for these failures? You betcha, just wait, won't be long.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#126386 Nov 13, 2012
NO more American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
25 NOW!
And so this "patriot" American pravda er hmm lady wants the republic to break up. Bet Obama's biting his nails now. Where's Romney? Where's Ryan? Well, no doubt making sure no one sees them with these birthers and tea partyers. So embarrassing!

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