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Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#42 Mar 4, 2013
Tired wrote:
<quoted text>The implication was he wasn't going to worry about them after he got into office. The list includes disabled vets, elderly, poor children, working single moms, students, homeless, terminal patients, mentally disabled, and the list goes on and on.
No it wasn't implied. That's what people unable to think for themselves and see Republicans with Devil horns coming out of their heads were persuaded to believe. Do you think there are no Republicans who are disabled vets, elderly, poor, single moms, students, homeless, terminal patients, etc.? You were given a pack of lies and swallowed them whole - without even chewing on them.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#43 Mar 4, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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No it wasn't implied. That's what people unable to think for themselves and see Republicans with Devil horns coming out of their heads were persuaded to believe. Do you think there are no Republicans who are disabled vets, elderly, poor, single moms, students, homeless, terminal patients, etc.? You were given a pack of lies and swallowed them whole - without even chewing on them.
and romney said"These are people who pay no income tax."

did that mean these people?
" A separate report released last spring by the Internal Revenue Service found more than 35,000 people who made more than $200,000 in 2009 also managed to zero out their tax bills"

if he meant that those 35000 people would never vote for him he would get that wrong as well.
or did he mean that those 35000 "should take personal responsibility and care for their lives.
i think those republicans out of 35000 would feel insulted by that statement.
guess he used his communication skills badly.
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#44 Mar 4, 2013
dbar wrote:
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and romney said"These are people who pay no income tax."
did that mean these people?
" A separate report released last spring by the Internal Revenue Service found more than 35,000 people who made more than $200,000 in 2009 also managed to zero out their tax bills"
if he meant that those 35000 people would never vote for him he would get that wrong as well.
or did he mean that those 35000 "should take personal responsibility and care for their lives.
i think those republicans out of 35000 would feel insulted by that statement.
guess he used his communication skills badly.
That's why he subsequently corrected himself regarding the 47%. Apparently once a Democrat hears something, he goes deaf to any further explanation. Unless, of course, they "misspeak." Then, it's perfectly okay to revise your statements.
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#45 Mar 4, 2013
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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That's why he subsequently corrected himself regarding the 47%. Apparently once a Democrat hears something, he goes deaf to any further explanation. Unless, of course, they "misspeak." Then, it's perfectly okay to revise your statements.
yep he did correct himself and everyone heard it.
he spun after the fact.
something the right wing never allows the left to do without dripping scorn.
when a republican messes up they feel he deserves a pass simply because he is a republican.
when the right wing is tolerant of gaffs then you might have a point.
romney messed up,he paid the political price for doing so.
romney is at fault as he said it.
he should have explained himself better.
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#46 Mar 4, 2013
dbar wrote:
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yep he did correct himself and everyone heard it.
he spun after the fact.
something the right wing never allows the left to do without dripping scorn.
when a republican messes up they feel he deserves a pass simply because he is a republican.
when the right wing is tolerant of gaffs then you might have a point.
romney messed up,he paid the political price for doing so.
romney is at fault as he said it.
he should have explained himself better.
Well, the fact that he was speaking to a closed meeting and got sand-bagged had something to do with it. Neither side is "tolerant" of gaffes on the other side. Ask Rick Perry, as just one example that comes to mind (Ooops, can't think of the other two!) Romney did pay a price, you are right about that. So did we all.
Revere

Waldorf, MD

#47 Mar 4, 2013
dbar wrote:
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you need another layer of the tin foil.
that and a dictionary so you can learn the meaning of the words you spray around.
You're not making any sense. But then, you never do. Get out of my country before you get hurt. We're not taking what your putting out much longer.
Roselyn

Quakertown, PA

#48 Mar 4, 2013
Revere wrote:
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Hah, the way she looks. She'll either be dead or in the loony bin by then.
I often wonder if she's drunk. Or maybe hungover? She just doesn't appear to look right when she's in public anymore. And what is she getting paid for her speaking engagements?
dbar

Perkasie, PA

#49 Mar 5, 2013
Revere wrote:
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You're not making any sense. But then, you never do. Get out of my country before you get hurt. We're not taking what your putting out much longer.
well the brave keyboard warrior arrives.
further proof you need more tin foil.

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