columbian

United States

#93 Oct 4, 2012
Well tax deadbeat if you want to get rich hang out with those that have money and learn how to make money. If you want to be a dead beat keep doing what you are now. Because those that live in the past are doomed to repeat it. In your your case that will never happen. You will always be a dead beat liberal.
I am stupid

Waterloo, IL

#94 Oct 4, 2012
Romney smoked Obama or am I STupid
agreement

Franklin, OH

#95 Oct 4, 2012
tax deadbeat wrote:
I take normal deductions, just don't have millions in tax shelters in foreign countries, nor would I. Especially if I was running for a public office supported by taxes. How dumb can one be. Those that idolize the the filthy rich will always vote republican. It's just in their nature. Reminds me of that old proverb. The scorpion and the frog. lol.
Yes you are indeed a tax deadbeat. Thanks for contributing zero to society..........
Youarearetard

United States

#96 Oct 4, 2012
tax deadbeat wrote:
I take normal deductions, just don't have millions in tax shelters in foreign countries, nor would I. Especially if I was running for a public office supported by taxes. How dumb can one be. Those that idolize the the filthy rich will always vote republican. It's just in their nature. Reminds me of that old proverb. The scorpion and the frog. lol.
So you're saying that only Republicans are rich? I think you need to check you're facts.
Hey

Montgomery, AL

#98 Oct 4, 2012
I see the liberals have shut their pie holes, since Obama got his ass handed to him on Wed night. You guys come up with all kinds of stupid stuff to blame someone else for your failure of a President. I quess just maybe the stupid juice from the Kool Aid is wearing off.
my 2 cents

Oklahoma City, OK

#99 Oct 4, 2012
Hey wrote:
I see the liberals have shut their pie holes, since Obama got his ass handed to him on Wed night. You guys come up with all kinds of stupid stuff to blame someone else for your failure of a President. I quess just maybe the stupid juice from the Kool Aid is wearing off.
Your comment alone shows your ignorance. Its not about liberals its not about conservatives its about this country. This small town actually this whole country is making us divide eachother we need to stick together in times like these. Do your part pay your taxes and help less fortunate people. You cant please them all but one thing we have in common is we are americans. I pity you and even liberals who so closed minded by saying one side or the other is stupid. Dont judge something you dont understand even if you disagree whoever wins deserves to win fair and square. And we should all stand behind him.
Romney 2012

Columbia, IL

#100 Oct 5, 2012
my 2 cents wrote:
<quoted text>
Your comment alone shows your ignorance. Its not about liberals its not about conservatives its about this country. This small town actually this whole country is making us divide eachother we need to stick together in times like these. Do your part pay your taxes and help less fortunate people. You cant please them all but one thing we have in common is we are americans. I pity you and even liberals who so closed minded by saying one side or the other is stupid. Dont judge something you dont understand even if you disagree whoever wins deserves to win fair and square. And we should all stand behind him.
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/po litics/2012/10/full-2007-video -of-obama-emerges-of-then-sena tor-obama-claiming-federal-dis crimination-against-new-orlean s/ This was posted maybe you should listen to this before you say the country is dividing us. Obama is doing a great job dividing the country.
Middle America

Saint Louis, MO

#102 Oct 5, 2012
pub agenda wrote:
The Republicans will never stand behind any president that isn't a Republican. That's what makes them poor Ammericans. From the day President Obama was elected by America, they have pledged to do everything the can to remove him from office. They signed pledges, they called him weak when he tried to reach across the isles, they have done everything they could to try to make him fail, much to the detrement of America. The Republicans could care less. That is not the American way. When a president is elected by America, everyone should get behind that President. The Republican fear mongering and insults to our president just show their true colors. Those colors certainly are not red, white, and blue. I will vote for Obama. If Romney wins, he will be my president, not some idiot greedy capitalist or whatever else would match the Republicans shameful treatment of our president. Shame on them.
Typical Democratic tactics. When trying to make a point, and logic and reason wonít suffice, resort to emotionally charged whitewash to skirt any substantive topics.

You may not be aware of this, but disagreeing with an elected official and making it known verbally or textually is very American. Republicans recognize these actions as protected under the first amendment.

BO was not elected by America. America is a geographical concept. He was elected by a portion of the American populace. I see what youíre doing by saying America elected him. Itís a piece of your ridiculous house of cards to try and insult people who donít see Obama as the second coming of Jesus.

Obama is doing all the work himself to ensure he will not be re-elected. The republicans are simply noticing and talking about it. Remember the first amendment??

Everyone is behind the President! Notice all our brave men and women fighting for him? I remember republican tax dollars being spent in ways with witch I disagree and all republicans have been enrolled against their will in a government sponsored heath care system. How is that not standing behind him? Unless standing behind him is to verbalize unwavering support and agreement with his actions and policies even when one does not agree. That is how oppressed people act. Ever heard of North Korea and their ďDear Leader?Ē

People like you are what allowed the Nazis do what they did leading up to and during WWII. Take my advice. Do not blindly follow, speak your mind and follow your conscience. THAT is the American way.
Jake

Montgomery, AL

#103 Oct 5, 2012
pub agenda wrote:
The Republicans will never stand behind any president that isn't a Republican. That's what makes them poor Ammericans. From the day President Obama was elected by America, they have pledged to do everything the can to remove him from office. They signed pledges, they called him weak when he tried to reach across the isles, they have done everything they could to try to make him fail, much to the detrement of America. The Republicans could care less. That is not the American way. When a president is elected by America, everyone should get behind that President. The Republican fear mongering and insults to our president just show their true colors. Those colors certainly are not red, white, and blue. I will vote for Obama. If Romney wins, he will be my president, not some idiot greedy capitalist or whatever else would match the Republicans shameful treatment of our president. Shame on them.
Yeah your right, the poor old President tried to reach across the isle, especially when his Obama Care was being drafted. Not a single Republican was allowed to contribute, all behind closed doors. It is poor Obama when he reached across the isle and presented his budget, it passed the House and yet did not recieve a single Democrat vote in the Senate (99-0), oh poor Obama the victim why can't it be fair for him, why was he not allowed to use his telepromter at the debate, why can't he tell us how great of a job he has done, why must his wife make our kids not get the food they need at lunch, why can't everyone leave Barack (Brittany) alone, just leave him alone.
Seasoned Voter

Waterloo, IL

#104 Oct 5, 2012
pub agenda wrote:
The Republicans will never stand behind any president that isn't a Republican. That's what makes them poor Ammericans. From the day President Obama was elected by America, they have pledged to do everything the can to remove him from office. They signed pledges, they called him weak when he tried to reach across the isles, they have done everything they could to try to make him fail, much to the detrement of America. The Republicans could care less. That is not the American way. When a president is elected by America, everyone should get behind that President. The Republican fear mongering and insults to our president just show their true colors. Those colors certainly are not red, white, and blue. I will vote for Obama. If Romney wins, he will be my president, not some idiot greedy capitalist or whatever else would match the Republicans shameful treatment of our president. Shame on them.
Welcome to politics youngster. The democrats do it when a republican is the President as well. In fact, it's way worse because they have the mainstream media as a communication portal for their vitriol. Once you live through a couple more election cycles you'll learn.
the Bob man speaks

Waterloo, IL

#105 Oct 5, 2012
pub agenda wrote:
The Republicans will never stand behind any president that isn't a Republican. That's what makes them poor Ammericans. From the day President Obama was elected by America, they have pledged to do everything the can to remove him from office. They signed pledges, they called him weak when he tried to reach across the isles, they have done everything they could to try to make him fail, much to the detrement of America. The Republicans could care less. That is not the American way. When a president is elected by America, everyone should get behind that President. The Republican fear mongering and insults to our president just show their true colors. Those colors certainly are not red, white, and blue. I will vote for Obama. If Romney wins, he will be my president, not some idiot greedy capitalist or whatever else would match the Republicans shameful treatment of our president. Shame on them.
Absolute bafoonery! Backing a president in foreign actionable situations I agree with you. But to propose that we should fall into lock step with his socialization of this government is completely different. He's trying to turn us into the failed European model which our forefathers revolted against a few hundred years ago.
Steak I

Saint Louis, MO

#106 Oct 7, 2012
poor pubs wrote:
Another silver spoonfed rich son of a polititian is the hero of the republicans. Again. Sound familiar? Offshore accounts 'sheltering' tax dollars. Elevator for his cars. Born on third base and the conservatives think he hit a triple. There is no compromise with these paranoid, world is ending, chicken littles. Like Clinton said." We conservatives created a mess and you haven't fixed it fast enuogh, so put us back in power". I just recieved 7 stitches in my thumb. The doctor bill for 15 minutes of work? 2,100 dollars. Yeah, they charge what they want. That's what republicans support. They idolize the rich even while the rich laugh at them for their blind support. Obama may not be the leader we need, but he's a lot better than what the republicans are promoting.
Please tell us the last person who ran for the presidency was not wealthy...or became that because of it.
In our era, there is no one who truly strives for this office without wealth. Anyone who runs for this position deserves our thanks....who would ever want to go thru this battering ram of the media...and of people who feel that no matter their trials in life, government should fix it.
Your $2100 bill? Sounds as if the rest of us will pick up the charge. And no, its not republicans or democrats who are responsible for your bill....take some responsibility before asking repbs, dems, or society to faddress your hurt..
But--do hope your 7 stitches heal well.
Ricosadipshjt

Waterloo, IL

#107 Oct 11, 2012
Rico, you want to be like Europe???? Ive seen your extreme left posts before and as usual absolute ignorance. Youre simply a mindless minion union puppet.
pensioner in florida

Waterloo, IL

#108 Oct 11, 2012
Ricosadipshjt wrote:
Rico, you want to be like Europe???? Ive seen your extreme left posts before and as usual absolute ignorance. Youre simply a mindless minion union puppet.
leave him alone, he like me, the money goes to the entitled, now back to work loser repub.
Anthony

La Mirada, CA

#109 Oct 12, 2012
Bottom line Obam has my vote
Steak I

Saint Louis, MO

#110 Oct 12, 2012
poor pubs wrote:
Another silver spoonfed rich son of a polititian is the hero of the republicans. Again. Sound familiar? Offshore accounts 'sheltering' tax dollars. Elevator for his cars. Born on third base and the conservatives think he hit a triple. There is no compromise with these paranoid, world is ending, chicken littles. Like Clinton said." We conservatives created a mess and you haven't fixed it fast enuogh, so put us back in power". I just recieved 7 stitches in my thumb. The doctor bill for 15 minutes of work? 2,100 dollars. Yeah, they charge what they want. That's what republicans support. They idolize the rich even while the rich laugh at them for their blind support. Obama may not be the leader we need, but he's a lot better than what the republicans are promoting.
Sooty about your hurt thumb and stitches. But, i can assure you.....that your doctor, nurses and the hospital who treated you had no interest in your political affiliation...there only goal was helping you get and feel better. Why do you then declare that your caregivers and the hospital are somehow related to rich republicans??? And what does that have to do with anything?
Buy into the class warfare if you must....which has only been served up to provide division amongst us...but the next time you need those stitches, start your complaining about 'the system' early on as you walk into that emergency room...We'll be right with you sir"........"!
No free lunch in this world....nor stitches....at your work or mine.
Steak I

Saint Louis, MO

#111 Oct 15, 2012
tammy wrote:
and you show your ignorance of how the world actually works if you believe the president has any control over gas prices.
Whomever is President, sets the tone and significant policy topics for the country to be engaged with (aka health care). Energy issues have not been addressed by this or many previous administrations. If we educate ourselves on the topic, you will find that our energy infrastructure, and our unnatural demand for energy with foreign sources, makes us so, so vulnerable. There is more oil in the gulf just off Florida and LA than most know about, Alaska is beyond abundant and our Canadian neighbors have also plenty. Yes, mine for it with intrinsic safety to avoid environmental damages and maybe some Caribou, but until other energy forms (wind, solar, etc) really prove themselves and can get to a critical mass point to running this economy and lifestyle, then we need to run with what brought us to the dance!
So, you see, it does start with our 'President' who should help us lead the discussion. Only talking about wind mills and solar, is doing next to nothing to address a much bigger issue. And yes, I find fault with this administration, and previous ones, for what we pay today at the gas pump!
Carlos Spicy Weiner

Millstadt, IL

#112 Oct 15, 2012
If you are voting for Romney or Obama you are a fucktard and deserve whatever we get stuck with. Unless you are worth 10 million plus neither on gives a damn about you.
poor pubs

Waterloo, IL

#113 Oct 15, 2012
Hey Steak I. It's obvious that you missed the point. The comment wasn't about politics but the problems with the health care system. If you can't see the outragious charges that these doctors and clinics charge, then it's apparent that you have perfect health. Whether it's the dems or the pubs that fix the system, it has to be done. Romney didn't have a problem forcing insurance on those that could afford it, but when Obama does it he claims foul. It has to start somewhere. And it will be painful. Some doctor may not have a fully stocked wine cellar to entertain guests in his mansion, or some pharmicutical exec may have to sell one of his vacation mansions. When 65% of those that filed bankruptcy because of medical bills had insurance, one should pay attention. A smahed thumb requiring 10 stitches shouldn't cost me $4,100 dollars. When my father had pancreatic cancer, the pills he took cost $3000/ month. Totally outragious.
purplehed

United States

#114 Oct 16, 2012
poor pubs wrote:
Hey Steak I. It's obvious that you missed the point. The comment wasn't about politics but the problems with the health care system. If you can't see the outragious charges that these doctors and clinics charge, then it's apparent that you have perfect health. Whether it's the dems or the pubs that fix the system, it has to be done. Romney didn't have a problem forcing insurance on those that could afford it, but when Obama does it he claims foul. It has to start somewhere. And it will be painful. Some doctor may not have a fully stocked wine cellar to entertain guests in his mansion, or some pharmicutical exec may have to sell one of his vacation mansions. When 65% of those that filed bankruptcy because of medical bills had insurance, one should pay attention. A smahed thumb requiring 10 stitches shouldn't cost me $4,100 dollars. When my father had pancreatic cancer, the pills he took cost $3000/ month. Totally outragious.
You resemble a dirty old mans scrotum, your game is all shriveled up but you still try to poke &I plug away anyhow. Lmmfao

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