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Did you vote today?

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#16108 Sep 28, 2012
nope
guest

Blytheville, AR

#16109 Sep 28, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
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LOL. Wrong again slick, I was making fun of the two idiots.
Again, the rumored discord between those two has been prevalent for the last couple of days.
I doubt Rush or Fox News told you much about that,,,,,,,,,,
Get over it.
I see, so, you're a sucker (for believing rumors) and a liar (for posting a story that you claimed to know was false in the hopes of others believing it was true). Impressive...
guest

Blytheville, AR

#16111 Sep 28, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL. Wrong again slick, I was making fun of the two idiots.
Again, the rumored discord between those two has been prevalent for the last couple of days.
I doubt Rush or Fox News told you much about that,,,,,,,,,,
Get over it.
One more thing. If you are being so honest and not lying, why can't you find a story about this so called "discord" that is actually true and post it? I know, I know, you have no use for the truth. It only gets in the way of your nazi-style propaganda...
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16112 Sep 28, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>One more thing. If you are being so honest and not lying, why can't you find a story about this so called "discord" that is actually true and post it? I know, I know, you have no use for the truth. It only gets in the way of your nazi-style propaganda...
Herr Barney has never let the truth get in the way of making a point, but then he has never let hygiene get in the way of cooking burgers, nor pride to keep him from government assistance. Heck, there is not much Barney wouldn't do unless it was honest.
Reality Check

Warren, AR

#16113 Sep 28, 2012
France just proposed a 75% tax on the wealthy. Just wait and see, this extra tax on the wealthy will hit the middle and lower classes of France hard. The French are using this extra tax to dig themselves out of a financial hole that excessive entitlement spending got them into so none of it will go to benefits for their entitlement recipients. What will happen will be a tidal wave of huge price increases on the goods the citizens of France purchase. With no increase in wages or entitlement benefits, you will soon see a crisis for those the entitlement programs are supposed to "protect". It happened in Greece and various other socialistic countries and our current president is trying to get us there as well. We have a choice this November between socialism, as seen in Europe, under Obama and financial freedom and prosperity under Romney. The question is which will we choose. My vote is for freedom.
Reality Check

Warren, AR

#16114 Sep 28, 2012
The USPS is about to default on their second $5.6 billion dollar payment to the U.S. Treasury. The USPS is the perfect example of why government should not be in businesses. The governments inefficiency is clearly shown when tax payer dollars are not readily available to bail out their sinking business. UPS and FedEx are profitable so the USPS doesn't really have an excuse except poor management. The sad thing is that everything the government does is inefficient because they don't stand anything to lose because it is our money they are using so they go overboard on everything. When will we as a people learn that an efficient government means we have more of our money in our pockets to use as we wish and not they have more of our money in their pockets to use as they wish.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#16116 Sep 28, 2012
Reality Check wrote:
France just proposed a 75% tax on the wealthy. Just wait and see, this extra tax on the wealthy will hit the middle and lower classes of France hard. The French are using this extra tax to dig themselves out of a financial hole that excessive entitlement spending got them into so none of it will go to benefits for their entitlement recipients. What will happen will be a tidal wave of huge price increases on the goods the citizens of France purchase. With no increase in wages or entitlement benefits, you will soon see a crisis for those the entitlement programs are supposed to "protect". It happened in Greece and various other socialistic countries and our current president is trying to get us there as well. We have a choice this November between socialism, as seen in Europe, under Obama and financial freedom and prosperity under Romney. The question is which will we choose. My vote is for freedom.
I see us on a path to socialism no matter who wins. Obama will just take us there faster. Regardless, I live by the philosophy that "What happens in my house isn't determined by who's in the White House." Most people create their own financial problems and it has very little to do with who the president is. If I was one of those wealthy in France, I would take my money and leave.
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Alexander, AR

#16117 Sep 28, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
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I see us on a path to socialism no matter who wins. Obama will just take us there faster. Regardless, I live by the philosophy that "What happens in my house isn't determined by who's in the White House." Most people create their own financial problems and it has very little to do with who the president is. If I was one of those wealthy in France, I would take my money and leave.
I realize that Romney is not the say all and end all, because he's not. What I want out of the elections is for the more conservative party, the Republicans, to win and hold the fort for 4 years. If they do well enough and are willing to do more then we should give them another 4 years. If not, then they need to be replaced with others that are more fiscally conservative in 2016. Make no mistake, the road to getting our country back and our fiscal house in order is very long and will be a steep uphill climb all the way. As much as I love America, I'm not sure that we have enough intestinal fortitude to stay with it for the decades it will take. I agree with you that the wealthy should pack it in and leave. I just want those who don't understand where we are heading to get a glimps of what is coming if we don't change course.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#16118 Sep 28, 2012
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
I realize that Romney is not the say all and end all, because he's not. What I want out of the elections is for the more conservative party, the Republicans, to win and hold the fort for 4 years. If they do well enough and are willing to do more then we should give them another 4 years. If not, then they need to be replaced with others that are more fiscally conservative in 2016. Make no mistake, the road to getting our country back and our fiscal house in order is very long and will be a steep uphill climb all the way. As much as I love America, I'm not sure that we have enough intestinal fortitude to stay with it for the decades it will take. I agree with you that the wealthy should pack it in and leave. I just want those who don't understand where we are heading to get a glimps of what is coming if we don't change course.
I too want the "more conservative" party to win. Unfortunately, I don't see the republicans being all that "conservative" anymore. Either way, we're screwed. Ron Paul was our only hope. That's why the party didn't want him. That's why the media didn't want him. Neither party gives a darn about the Constitution anymore.

Both parties only want money and power. Both parties have been bought and paid for by lobbyists and corporations.

"the road to getting our country back and our fiscal house in order is very long and will be a steep uphill climb all the way."

I hate to say it, but this road does not exist. There are a few things they could do that would help. Send all the illegals home from wherever they come from. Start drilling for oil right here and start drilling yesterday. Stop spending money- no entitlements, no pork, no bailouts, no financial aid to anyone, etc...Neither party will do any of these things for fear of losing votes. We're doomed.

I hope you have good memories of what once was.
BIG TALK

Washington, DC

#16119 Sep 28, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
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I too want the "more conservative" party to win. Unfortunately, I don't see the republicans being all that "conservative" anymore. Either way, we're screwed. Ron Paul was our only hope. That's why the party didn't want him. That's why the media didn't want him. Neither party gives a darn about the Constitution anymore.
Both parties only want money and power. Both parties have been bought and paid for by lobbyists and corporations.
"the road to getting our country back and our fiscal house in order is very long and will be a steep uphill climb all the way."
I hate to say it, but this road does not exist. There are a few things they could do that would help. Send all the illegals home from wherever they come from. Start drilling for oil right here and start drilling yesterday. Stop spending money- no entitlements, no pork, no bailouts, no financial aid to anyone, etc...Neither party will do any of these things for fear of losing votes. We're doomed.
I hope you have good memories of what once was.
Ron Paul? LMAO! You really are as stupid as previous posters have stated...

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#16122 Sep 29, 2012
BIG TALK wrote:
<quoted text>Ron Paul? LMAO! You really are as stupid as previous posters have stated...
YES, Ron Paul!! Are you really that stupid to not know what he stands for?
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“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#16123 Sep 29, 2012
As one of the comments after the video reads: "Sometimes the world&#65279; doesn't recognize a great man until long after his time."
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“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#16124 Sep 29, 2012
RNC corruption. They had to change the rules to keep the delegates from choosing the true republican candidate.
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WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#16125 Sep 29, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
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YES, Ron Paul!! Are you really that stupid to not know what he stands for?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =0vcc59kf2IUXX&feature=rel mfu
I agree with big talk! LOL!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#16126 Sep 29, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
RNC corruption. They had to change the rules to keep the delegates from choosing the true republican candidate.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =WBs6sfOJ_V0XX&feature=rel ated
The hits just keep on coming. Please stop, I am laughing so hard now!
Reality Check

Warren, AR

#16127 Sep 29, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
<quoted text>
I too want the "more conservative" party to win. Unfortunately, I don't see the republicans being all that "conservative" anymore. Either way, we're screwed. Ron Paul was our only hope. That's why the party didn't want him. That's why the media didn't want him. Neither party gives a darn about the Constitution anymore.
Both parties only want money and power. Both parties have been bought and paid for by lobbyists and corporations.
"the road to getting our country back and our fiscal house in order is very long and will be a steep uphill climb all the way."
I hate to say it, but this road does not exist. There are a few things they could do that would help. Send all the illegals home from wherever they come from. Start drilling for oil right here and start drilling yesterday. Stop spending money- no entitlements, no pork, no bailouts, no financial aid to anyone, etc...Neither party will do any of these things for fear of losing votes. We're doomed.
I hope you have good memories of what once was.
Your right the Republican establishment isn't that conservative and has to go. Ron Paul has it 80% right. The problem with Ron Paul is that the 20% that he has wrong would kill America and that is foreign policy. He refuses to believe that there are actually barbaric crazy religous zealots that will develop a nuclear weapon and will freely push the button simply for the sake of making sure their religon controls the world. That is enough for me not to vote for Ron Paul. Why give us all the freedoms the Constitution allows if they will all be stripped away because we didn't keep a crazy dictator in check? If a leader will committ attrocities against his own people he will committ attrocities against other nations peoples if allowed. The Middle East is barbaric and the people there are not rational so they can't be dealt with in a rational fashion.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#16128 Sep 29, 2012
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Your right the Republican establishment isn't that conservative and has to go. Ron Paul has it 80% right. The problem with Ron Paul is that the 20% that he has wrong would kill America and that is foreign policy. He refuses to believe that there are actually barbaric crazy religous zealots that will develop a nuclear weapon and will freely push the button simply for the sake of making sure their religon controls the world. That is enough for me not to vote for Ron Paul. Why give us all the freedoms the Constitution allows if they will all be stripped away because we didn't keep a crazy dictator in check? If a leader will committ attrocities against his own people he will committ attrocities against other nations peoples if allowed. The Middle East is barbaric and the people there are not rational so they can't be dealt with in a rational fashion.
She doesn't want to hear about the facts!
Reality Check

Warren, AR

#16132 Sep 29, 2012
guess wrote:
Come on people if Obama will lie about what happened in liyba what else is he lying about. He can't even keep his story straight. He's let the muslim brotherhood come into our white house. These people want to take over the world and the United States. First thing that will go is your freedom. All of you better had wake up. If obama gets reelected you will find out how muslim he is. You have been fooled the last four years. WAKE up!!!!!
I don't think the man has told the truth since he was running for president. I mean, if you say you can cut the deficit in half and lower unemployment to 5.4% by the end of your first term and you almost double the entire deficit and unemployment is higher than when you started that falls under an intentional act. If the deficit went from $9.8 trillion to lets say $7.5 trillion and unemployment went from 7.8% to 6% then you might say things were worse than we expected and that's why we didn't reach our goals. He is trying to bring America down so we will be as lowly as the rest of the world who refuses to embrace a free people and prosperity. What's worse is there are people in this country who are buying it completely oblivious to the fact that many of the freedoms they have now will disappear if we go over that cliff. They are purely focused on bringing the wealthy down because they are being told that the only source of our problems is greed. It makes me sick!!! Hey, if you want socialism then move to Europe and leave America to those of us who like the fact that there is no limit on our earning potential if we are willing to work hard and go get it and that we are a free people. Let us fix what the socialist have broken and we may bail you out when you get into financial trouble but you have to agree to never come back.
Citizen

Jonesboro, AR

#16133 Sep 29, 2012
Rick wrote:
Looks like Blanche Lincoln lives to fight another day. Did you vote in the June 8 election?
So
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#16134 Sep 29, 2012
Reality Check wrote:
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I don't think the man has told the truth since he was running for president. I mean, if you say you can cut the deficit in half and lower unemployment to 5.4% by the end of your first term and you almost double the entire deficit and unemployment is higher than when you started that falls under an intentional act. If the deficit went from $9.8 trillion to lets say $7.5 trillion and unemployment went from 7.8% to 6% then you might say things were worse than we expected and that's why we didn't reach our goals. He is trying to bring America down so we will be as lowly as the rest of the world who refuses to embrace a free people and prosperity. What's worse is there are people in this country who are buying it completely oblivious to the fact that many of the freedoms they have now will disappear if we go over that cliff. They are purely focused on bringing the wealthy down because they are being told that the only source of our problems is greed. It makes me sick!!! Hey, if you want socialism then move to Europe and leave America to those of us who like the fact that there is no limit on our earning potential if we are willing to work hard and go get it and that we are a free people. Let us fix what the socialist have broken and we may bail you out when you get into financial trouble but you have to agree to never come back.
You feel that he told the truth before he ran for office? You have to cut the man a little slack, he didn't realize that there were any problems with the country when he made those promises, he'll, he doesn't realize that there are problems now, thus the golf, basketball, vacations and hobnobbing with celebrities. He truly believes that if given another four years he will turn the country into the dream of his father, a third world country.

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