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GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#18538 Apr 20, 2013
Old Guy wrote:
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http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publication...
"The FBI considers sovereign-citizen extremists as comprising a domestic terrorist movement, which, scattered across the United States, has existed for decades, with well-known members, such as Terry Nichols, who helped plan the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing."
Here's an excellent video of LIVs [low info voters] being interviewed. It shows how close attention they pay and how ate up they are about their causes. Enjoy.

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xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#18539 Apr 20, 2013
GBA wrote:
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Here's an excellent video of LIVs [low info voters] being interviewed. It shows how close attention they pay and how ate up they are about their causes. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =2diNojgJF9cXX&feature=you tube_gdata_player
If you like that then you'll love this from Howard Stern:

http://realclearpolitics.com/video/2012/09/24...
Old Guy

New Carlisle, OH

#18540 Apr 20, 2013
GBA wrote:
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Here's an excellent video of LIVs [low info voters] being interviewed. It shows how close attention they pay and how ate up they are about their causes. Enjoy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =2diNojgJF9cXX&feature=you tube_gdata_player
Those folks didn't seem like typical "low information voters" to me, at least how that term is usually defined.

"...around us is a prevailing anti-intellectualism and hostility to science; it is this group that defines "low-information voter" - or, perhaps, "misinformation voter."

http://truth-out.org/index.php... #[3]

"Linguist George Lakoff has written that the term is a pejorative mainly used by American liberals to refer to people who vote conservative against their own interests, and assumes they do it because they lack sufficient information."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_information_...
GBA

Saint Marys, OH

#18541 Apr 21, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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If you like that then you'll love this from Howard Stern:
http://realclearpolitics.com/video/2012/09/24...
Yes, I have that one saved. What is great, is that our side did not coin the term low information voters.
Thomas Scutillo

Manchester, OH

#18542 Apr 21, 2013
collateral misinformation IN A CITY and a no contest plea is a perfect way ....to not be a Party to the conflict"...cause we all know who reports to duty at city hall EVERYDAY for wErk while we all getting paid by some Medical Referrals Scheme
Thomas Scutillo

Manchester, OH

#18543 Apr 21, 2013
does this mean a deskbilly can't govern his state anymore capt tricky? he could get himself impeached this way....
Thomas Scutillo

Manchester, OH

#18544 Apr 21, 2013
the no structure feminist movement is fun if your the mini wage and maxi butt buddy political type
Thomas Scutillo

Manchester, OH

#18545 Apr 21, 2013
not being a Party to the conflict...you have to admit the white feminist and the black man are the perfect co dependent
Thomas Scutillo

Manchester, OH

#18546 Apr 21, 2013
as you LEAD ON i'm sure dont EXPECT everyone to FOLLOW ...or lets hope so
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#18547 Apr 21, 2013
GBA wrote:
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Yes, I have that one saved. What is great, is that our side did not coin the term low information voters.
Oh, they try to tell us that it is our side that has low information voters. To some degree, they are correct. After all, Romney was only partly chosen by Democrats who crossed the line to pick our candidate.

Most of the Democrats I've talked to are the real low information voters. They believe if they choose a candidate that will tax the hell out of the rich, it won't have an effect on our economy. They will just happily dig deeper into their pockets and shell out more money. After four years of DumBama, we are paying higher fuel costs, ATM fees, credit card fees, higher cigarette prices, higher healthcare insurance costs, and then can't figure out why DumBama is a failure.

Four and a half years later, they still believe this is Bush's fault. When it's not Bush's fault, it's the Republican led Congresses fault. There is only one person who they will never lay blame on, and that is their socialist President.

The stock market took a dive this week and new unemployment claims went up. By the end of the month, they will find a way to say unemployment is lower. The low information voters will just accept that.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#18548 Apr 21, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Oh, they try to tell us that it is our side that has low information voters. To some degree, they are correct. After all, Romney was only partly chosen by Democrats who crossed the line to pick our candidate.
Most of the Democrats I've talked to are the real low information voters. They believe if they choose a candidate that will tax the hell out of the rich, it won't have an effect on our economy. They will just happily dig deeper into their pockets and shell out more money. After four years of DumBama, we are paying higher fuel costs, ATM fees, credit card fees, higher cigarette prices, higher healthcare insurance costs, and then can't figure out why DumBama is a failure.
Four and a half years later, they still believe this is Bush's fault. When it's not Bush's fault, it's the Republican led Congresses fault. There is only one person who they will never lay blame on, and that is their socialist President.
The stock market took a dive this week and new unemployment claims went up. By the end of the month, they will find a way to say unemployment is lower. The low information voters will just accept that.
that is Right, Romney was chosen by the Democrats who crossed over the party line to pick their GOP candidate to run against Obama and either way the Modern Pseudo Liberals were guaranteed to win the 2012 election with Obama & Romney but they preferred Obama over Romney that is for sure.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#18549 Apr 21, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>that is Right, Romney was chosen by the Democrats who crossed over the party line to pick their GOP candidate to run against Obama and either way the Modern Pseudo Liberals were guaranteed to win the 2012 election with Obama & Romney but they preferred Obama over Romney that is for sure.
They did the same with McCain. After they narrowed it down to Hillary and DumBama, it didn't matter which one was going to run on the Democrat side, so they crossed lines and voted for McCain to run on our side.

There is nobody that can convince me that our side picked liberal to moderate Republicans two elections in a row. Sure, we have moderate voters in the Republican party, but they are not the majority.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#18550 Apr 21, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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They did the same with McCain. After they narrowed it down to Hillary and DumBama, it didn't matter which one was going to run on the Democrat side, so they crossed lines and voted for McCain to run on our side.
There is nobody that can convince me that our side picked liberal to moderate Republicans two elections in a row. Sure, we have moderate voters in the Republican party, but they are not the majority.
I agree there is no way possible that two Modern Pseudo Liberal Republicans got picked in a row for the presidential election twice and the GOP establishment didn't even want Romney as the Presidential nominee for the Republican ticket but either way the Modern Pseudo Liberals Democrat or Republican had the executive branch of the Federal Government secured and in their hands.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#18551 Apr 21, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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They did the same with McCain. After they narrowed it down to Hillary and DumBama, it didn't matter which one was going to run on the Democrat side, so they crossed lines and voted for McCain to run on our side.
There is nobody that can convince me that our side picked liberal to moderate Republicans two elections in a row. Sure, we have moderate voters in the Republican party, but they are not the majority.
That's pathetic playing the blame game when anybody with half a brain (unlike yourself) knows the GOP has obstructed or filibustered every bill or budget that would help get this country back on the right track, while their noses are stuck in Corporate's special interests behinds.
OMG

Findlay, OH

#18552 Apr 21, 2013
WHY ARE PEOPLE STILL SPEAKING ON THIS THREAD! PLEASE LET IT DIE....IT HAS BEEN THREE YEARS!

Please start a new one....
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#18553 Apr 21, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>That's pathetic playing the blame game when anybody with half a brain (unlike yourself) knows the GOP has obstructed or filibustered every bill or budget that would help get this country back on the right track, while their noses are stuck in Corporate's special interests behinds.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results each time. When are you libs going to learn that this moron you elected couldn't successfully manage a hot dog stand yet alone the US economy? The last trillion he spent in his so-called stimulus package was a complete and utter failure. The Democrat solution? Do the same thing again.

This joker is the biggest anti-business President I've seen in my lifetime. Constant attacks on businesses either individually or as a whole won't help the economy. Taking money out of the pockets of citizens gives us less residual income to circulate in our society. Don't blame the Republicans for that. It's Republicans that are trying to legislate so people have more of their own money.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#18554 Apr 21, 2013
OMG wrote:
WHY ARE PEOPLE STILL SPEAKING ON THIS THREAD! PLEASE LET IT DIE....IT HAS BEEN THREE YEARS!
Please start a new one....
I'll let you in on a little secret: When I see topics that I'm not interested in, I ignore them. You people sign on to Topix, see people enjoying conversations, and it just kills you. For some unknown reason, you just can't ignore it and go on to something else. What F'n difference does it make what the title of the discussion is? Why does that bother you? If we changed the title to Middle-aged bald men, would that make you happy even though we are discussing the same things?
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#18555 Apr 21, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results each time. When are you libs going to learn that this moron you elected couldn't successfully manage a hot dog stand yet alone the US economy? The last trillion he spent in his so-called stimulus package was a complete and utter failure. The Democrat solution? Do the same thing again.
This joker is the biggest anti-business President I've seen in my lifetime. Constant attacks on businesses either individually or as a whole won't help the economy. Taking money out of the pockets of citizens gives us less residual income to circulate in our society. Don't blame the Republicans for that. It's Republicans that are trying to legislate so people have more of their own money.
If you buy into that crap then your memory is shorter than another part of your anatomy.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#18556 Apr 21, 2013
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>If you buy into that crap then your memory is shorter than another part of your anatomy.
I don't need a good memory. I have a whole folder of stories in this browser how DumBama has hurt the economy. Need a few dozen? I'll be happy to post the links. Which ones would you like? How his green energy failures cost you and I money? How he attacked companies like Gibson Guitars or Bowing? How about Commie Care? I have at least a half-dozen stories how businesses folded up or moved out of the country because of it. Pick your poison.
Narvel Felts

Wilmington, OH

#18559 Apr 21, 2013
Looks like there is going to be a lot more people in the underground economy.
GBA wrote:
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You are welcome here. The LIVs are the same old bunch and just browbeat anyone who would dare question their leader, well sorta leader.

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