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“The NRA sucks”

Since: Nov 11

No Tea for me

#186 Jul 20, 2012
1999 Romney ,,the GOP presidential candidate had been part of an investment group that invested $75 million in Stericycle, a medical-waste disposal firm that has been attacked by anti-abortion groups for disposing aborted fetuses collected from family planning clinics. Coming during the heat of the GOP primaries, as Romney tried to sell South Carolina Republicans on his pro-life bona fides, the revelation had the potential to damage the candidate's reputation among values voters already suspicious of his shifting position on abortion.
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Marysville, OH

#187 Jul 22, 2012
don and voice, "I THINK THOU DOES PROTEST TO MUCH" about homosexuals were u turned down or still in the closet...

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#188 Jul 22, 2012
leave bellefontaine wrote:
don and voice, "I THINK THOU DOES PROTEST TO MUCH" about homosexuals were u turned down or still in the closet...
Mr. NEGATIVE "NEEBOB: I THINK THOU DOES PROTEST 'TOO' MUCH!" Did your parents drop you on your head as a child?
Pollster

Lewistown, OH

#189 Aug 4, 2012
Here is the latest Obama lie being told to the American populace. Acourding to Obamas reasoning the poor then have no patriotism.

But really should the nation expect anything less? From an individual that has sold his soul for thirty pecies of silver.

Romney will be the next President!


Obama brings back Biden pitch, suggests tax-paying ‘patriotic’
Published August 04, 2012

FoxNews.com

Friday, August 3, 2012: President Barack Obama talks about taxes in Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington.
President Obama suggested it’s “patriotic” for well-off Americans to pay more in taxes, bringing back an argument then-Sen. Joe Biden first made before the 2008 election.

In a flash of talking-point déjà vu, the president linked tax-paying with patriotism during brief remarks Fridya at the White House. On the heels of House Republicans knocking down the Democrats’ tax plan, Obama called the GOP approach of preserving current tax rates for all “bad for our families” and “upside-down economics.”

“Instead of the middle class paying more, we should ask the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more, a modest amount, so that we can reduce our deficit and still make investments in things like education that help our economy grow,” he said.“You know, here's the thing -- there are a lot of well-to-do Americans, patriotic Americans, who understand this and are willing to do the right thing.”

The president made the remarks in the course of making the same tax argument his campaign has made for years – that Congress should extend the Bush-era tax rates for families making under $250,000, but let taxes rise for top earners.

Senate Democrats narrowly passed such a plan two weeks ago, but House Republicans this past week countered by approving their bill to extend the rates for everyone.

The terms of the debate have not changed much, and neither has the rhetoric. Biden, when he was still Obama’s vice presidential nominee, first made the patriotism pitch during an ABC News interview in advance of the 2008 election.

"We want to take money and put it back in the pocket of middle-class people," Biden said.

As for the well-off, he said, "It's time to be patriotic ... time to jump in, time to be part of the deal, time to help get America out of the rut."

Republicans, though, argue that raising taxes on the top few percent will nevertheless end up hurting small businesses, further constraining the economy.

The unemployment rate rose in July to 8.3 percent, a figure that opened the door for more GOP criticism though Obama and congressional Democrats pointed out that hiring had improved.

Employers added 163,000 jobs last month, according to the Labor Department, picking up the pace from the dismal stats of the prior three months – but that’s still not enough to rapidly bring down the jobless rate.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/04/ob...

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#190 Aug 24, 2012
August 22, 2012 3:41 PM GMTUpdated: 08/22/2012 09:41:44 AM MDTThe Associated PressAssociated Press

(FILES)This combination of file images shows Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney (L) and US President Barack Obama.(AFP | FILES)DENVER—Two University of Colorado professors have devised a model to predict who will win the presidential election under current economic circumstances. The victor, they say, will be Republican Mitt Romney.
The model uses economic indicators from all 50 states to predict the race's outcome. The forecast calls for Romney to win 320 electoral votes out of 538. It says Romney will also win virtually every state currently considered a swing state, including Colorado.

The professors who created the model, Ken Bickers from CU-Boulder and Michael Berry from CU-Denver, say it correctly forecast every winner of the electoral since 1980.

They warn the model does not account for sudden changes in the economy or unexpected developments in states split 50-50. Polls in many states, including Colorado, show a virtually deadlocked race.

“Just Horsing Around”

Since: Jan 10

On the other side of the fence

#191 Aug 24, 2012
DON W SOUTH wrote:
August 22, 2012 3:41 PM GMTUpdated: 08/22/2012 09:41:44 AM MDTThe Associated PressAssociated Press
(FILES)This combination of file images shows Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney (L) and US President Barack Obama.(AFP | FILES)DENVER—Two University of Colorado professors have devised a model to predict who will win the presidential election under current economic circumstances. The victor, they say, will be Republican Mitt Romney.
The model uses economic indicators from all 50 states to predict the race's outcome. The forecast calls for Romney to win 320 electoral votes out of 538. It says Romney will also win virtually every state currently considered a swing state, including Colorado.
The professors who created the model, Ken Bickers from CU-Boulder and Michael Berry from CU-Denver, say it correctly forecast every winner of the electoral since 1980.
They warn the model does not account for sudden changes in the economy or unexpected developments in states split 50-50. Polls in many states, including Colorado, show a virtually deadlocked race.
That's not going to happen unless he somehow manages to break out of the low 40s in the battlegtaound states. Winning Florida is an absolute must. He hasn't much of a chance at all as it is so without it , he's toast. Take a look at a good electoral map sometime. I'm not the only person who has asked this, but who beside a bunch of old angry white men are going to vote for this man anyway?

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#192 Aug 24, 2012
Zig Zag Boom wrote:
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That's not going to happen unless he somehow manages to break out of the low 40s in the battlegtaound states. Winning Florida is an absolute must. He hasn't much of a chance at all as it is so without it , he's toast. Take a look at a good electoral map sometime. I'm not the only person who has asked this, but who beside a bunch of old angry white men are going to vote for this man anyway?
R there ever any angry black men?
pollster

Bucyrus, OH

#194 Aug 31, 2012
I'm so pretty oh so pretty I'm so pretty and witty and GAY
pollster

Bucyrus, OH

#196 Aug 31, 2012
Consider these stats.
I'm gay always be gay always want to be gay and dress in mother's clothes
animal control

Sidney, OH

#199 Sep 29, 2012
Obama may be close to hitting the ceiling of his support, while "Romney still appears to have more growth potential,"

The polls suggest that the "remaining undecided voters are probably latent Romney supporters — voters who tend to vote for Republican candidates, disapprove of the president's performance, but dislike Romney."

Don't be surprised when "these voters eventually flock to Romney's side, perhaps as soon as after the first presidential debate."

President Romney 2012 Landslide

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“The NRA sucks”

Since: Nov 11

No Tea for me

#200 Sep 29, 2012
animal control wrote:
Obama may be close to hitting the ceiling of his support, while "Romney still appears to have more growth potential,"
The polls suggest that the "remaining undecided voters are probably latent Romney supporters — voters who tend to vote for Republican candidates, disapprove of the president's performance, but dislike Romney."
Don't be surprised when "these voters eventually flock to Romney's side, perhaps as soon as after the first presidential debate."
President Romney 2012 Landslide
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animal control

Sidney, OH

#201 Sep 29, 2012

“The NRA sucks”

Since: Nov 11

No Tea for me

#202 Sep 29, 2012
animal control wrote:
http://unskewedpolls.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
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Sidney, OH

#204 Oct 1, 2012

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#206 Oct 2, 2012
I am always amused when the voice of sound retardation is on a roll. He's funny.
Seems like the tea baggers have increased their activity here. Must be getting nervous.

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#207 Oct 2, 2012
The Voice Of Sound Wisdom wrote:
Obama has single-handedly done more to destroy the U.S. then all before him. The nation has no interest in a celebrity President.
Obama clearly has no record to run on. Unless one considers a botched health care plan, out of control debt, no foreign policy, class warfare, record welfare, record joblessness, record gas prices, out of control EPA, no border policy, moral corruption at all levels etc a uplifting record!
He has not only failed to bind up the wounds of the nation. But has opened up and created new wounds for many. He is and has been a neophyte on all levels of leadership.
And when you have a president sitting in the court yard drinking beer and trying to patch up another botched comment.
Is this really the best man for the job?
The Presidency is not reality TV. I realize many live on a diet of the kardashians. But does this really set a good example for the nation and the office of the President to be drinking beer as a means of healing what Obama created?
In all honesty Obama's inaction's and or improper actions concerning a host of issues have spoken so loudly that I cannot hear what he is saying.
And that is another reason why Romney will be the next President.
I have nothing against beer and enjoy one myself on occasion. And no it is not a sin to drink a beer. So don't get yourself worked up about that.
Was that not just childish of Obama to try and down play what he created with a semi beer summit?
It is not dignified for the leader of the free world to put on such a public display.
I have been asked to council and help many couples and friendships that have went sour in my lifetime.
But I have never done those meetings in a causal setting. That sends the wrong message to those your helping and is totally inconsiderate of the individuals involved.
Their problems are serious and need to be treated as such. Alcohol and in a public display? How inconsiderate and ridicules.
Good post! Trouble is, many of the issues you raise have not been covered by all of the news outlets, therefore many voters, some who post here on TOPIX, are not aware of what you point out. Sar for our country.

“We're not perfect”

Since: Jun 11

but they're NUTS!

#210 Oct 2, 2012
If the Voice of Sound Retardation honestly believes Romney is going to win by a landslide, then he's nuttier than I thought.

I wonder which Mitt is going to debate President Obama tomorrow night. The Flipside, or the flop? It really doesn't matter because we already know he's the perfect "etch-a-sketch" candidate. And Mitt can count on the moderator and Obama both will be holding Mitt's Pinochio nose over the fire. Eugene wrote a neat piece just yeaterday about theis:

"Wednesday's presidential debate promises sharp contrasts. One candidate wants to repeal Obamacare, one candidate invented it. One opposed the auto industry bailout, one takes credit for it. One doubts the scientific consensus about climate change, one believes in it. One wants to "voucherize" Medicare, one wants to save it. One dismisses nearly half of Americans as a bunch of moochers, and one claims to champion the struggling middle class." http://www.stltoday.com/news/opinion/eugene-r...

It's going to be great entertainment and someone is about to get a big mouthful of CROW!

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#211 Oct 2, 2012
Squirrels on the Right wrote:
If the Voice of Sound Retardation honestly believes Romney is going to win by a landslide, then he's nuttier than I thought.
I wonder which Mitt is going to debate President Obama tomorrow night. The Flipside, or the flop? It really doesn't matter because we already know he's the perfect "etch-a-sketch" candidate. And Mitt can count on the moderator and Obama both will be holding Mitt's Pinochio nose over the fire. Eugene wrote a neat piece just yeaterday about theis:
"Wednesday's presidential debate promises sharp contrasts. One candidate wants to repeal Obamacare, one candidate invented it. One opposed the auto industry bailout, one takes credit for it. One doubts the scientific consensus about climate change, one believes in it. One wants to "voucherize" Medicare, one wants to save it. One dismisses nearly half of Americans as a bunch of moochers, and one claims to champion the struggling middle class." http://www.stltoday.com/news/opinion/eugene-r...
It's going to be great entertainment and someone is about to get a big mouthful of CROW!
CORRECTION: One does not want to "voucherize" Medicare, one wants to let it go "belly up." One dismisses nearly half of Americans as a bunch of hill billys, clinging to "their guns & their religion", and both claim to champion the struggling middle class."

“We're not perfect”

Since: Jun 11

but they're NUTS!

#212 Oct 2, 2012
Correction---Gene Robinson was discribing only ONE candidate, and that is Romney. Romney is not the same man as he was the day before because he flip-flops.

“ +IAN, AMERICAN, OHIOAN, BELLE”

Since: Sep 11

Bellefontaine, OH

#213 Oct 2, 2012
Squirrels on the Right wrote:
Correction---Gene Robinson was discribing only ONE candidate, and that is Romney. Romney is not the same man as he was the day before because he flip-flops.
Fliping & floping doesn't make him a "differnet man."

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