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There are 100 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Oct 26, 2012, titled Flaunting Romney Pride in Sea of Obama Support - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and .... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Through election seasons, political signs dot many yards, but how about 15 or more? One Charlottesville homeowner is doing all he can to flaunt his political pride this election season.

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Pat

Wytheville, VA

#85 Nov 2, 2012
hondacivic wrote:
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We can look at facts, but I know the GOP is not a fan of facts. It really doesn't matter, the fact is that no matter what Obama has done the GOP likes to pretend that nothing has been done. There are alot of graphs in the link that you can look at from GDP, Stock Market, Unemployment, etc. You can see how things are going in the right direction.
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm...
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/30/us/politics...
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/23/us/23milita...
http://articles.cnn.com/2011-12-17/middleeast...
http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/osama-bin-laden...
http://www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform/health...
http://www.cnbc.com/id/47075854/CNBC_Explains...
Your "fact" sources look like a liberal lefties news source list. Could be you don't know what a "fact" is. How about some critical thought on your own? Oh, I forgot, you work for Virginia Organizing.
Ozzy

Charlottesville, VA

#86 Nov 2, 2012
Pat wrote:
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Your "fact" sources look like a liberal lefties news source list. Could be you don't know what a "fact" is. How about some critical thought on your own? Oh, I forgot, you work for Virginia Organizing.
Shall we submit to you the exact same news stories but from Fox et al ?
Beware of the Hucks and Pats, for nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Disillusioned

Charlottesville, VA

#87 Nov 2, 2012
GOP wrote:
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you did not sway me with this one. We have had 4 years of nothing and now the dems insist on details from Govenor Romney....seriously? I have to go with the Romney track record...the Olympics and the Governorship of MA. Looking back ain't pretty and I would have to say at this point.....anybody would be better that what we have.
I agree completely! All the hype in 2008 about hope, change, transparency, and accountability -- all lies. If ANY of those empty promises had been kept, I believe the economy fiasco would be more forgiven.

Barry is incompetent and deceitful. Those are sufficient reasons to give him his walking papers.
Disillusioned

Charlottesville, VA

#88 Nov 2, 2012
Ozzy wrote:
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Shall we submit to you the exact same news stories but from Fox et al ?
Beware of the Hucks and Pats, for nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Perhaps if you watched a bit of Fox News you would hear what the main-stream media will not provide. One example -- Benghazi. If NBC and CNN had their way, it would be swept under the rug. The timeline of intelligence clearly does not match what the White House, State Department, and mainstream media were spewing (that it was due to some stupid movie). They got caught trying to create a diversion for the truth -- that the region is a powder keg, NOT under control due to Obama's leadership as they'd like to have you believe. This encapsulates the lack of integrity and dishonesty of this administration. The details that continue to emerge are sickening.

It is so easy for folks to totally dismiss Fox News as if they are fanatics, but they'd never admit the media bias favoring democrats. As usual, double standard is the democrat's best defense.

Ozzy

Charlottesville, VA

#89 Nov 2, 2012
GOP wrote:
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you did not sway me with this one. We have had 4 years of nothing and now the dems insist on details from Govenor Romney....seriously? I have to go with the Romney track record...the Olympics and the Governorship of MA. Looking back ain't pretty and I would have to say at this point.....anybody would be better that what we have.
We don't use Koolaide...it causes leaning to the left.
Olympics and Governorship?
OLYMPICS - Of course, Romney's success was in part due to more than $300 million in federal and $40 million in local government funding. No, he didn't build it himself. And the Olympics is a private organization not required to disclose financial information. But, since Romney is claiming that his Olympic experience is an example of how he will turn the U.S. economy around, don't voters deserve to know about how he did it? Why were the key records destroyed so quickly? Did any vendors, subcontractors or even family members get sweetheart deals?
GOVERNORSHIP - Romney cut higher education by 14 percent in his first year, which meant that college education (costs) skyrocketed in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts under Romney saw new business starts drop, manufacturing down, median household income fall and economic growth decrease.

Great track record, as you say .
Ozzy

Charlottesville, VA

#90 Nov 2, 2012
Disillusioned wrote:
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Perhaps if you watched a bit of Fox News you would hear what the main-stream media will not provide. One example -- Benghazi. If NBC and CNN had their way, it would be swept under the rug. The timeline of intelligence clearly does not match what the White House, State Department, and mainstream media were spewing (that it was due to some stupid movie). They got caught trying to create a diversion for the truth -- that the region is a powder keg, NOT under control due to Obama's leadership as they'd like to have you believe. This encapsulates the lack of integrity and dishonesty of this administration. The details that continue to emerge are sickening.
It is so easy for folks to totally dismiss Fox News as if they are fanatics, but they'd never admit the media bias favoring democrats. As usual, double standard is the democrat's best defense.
Is that all you got, Benghazi?
Why does Fox news focus on Benghazi attack while largely ignoring hurricane Sandy?
Hmmmm .....
GOP

Charlottesville, VA

#91 Nov 2, 2012
Ozzy wrote:
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Olympics and Governorship?
OLYMPICS - Of course, Romney's success was in part due to more than $300 million in federal and $40 million in local government funding. No, he didn't build it himself. And the Olympics is a private organization not required to disclose financial information. But, since Romney is claiming that his Olympic experience is an example of how he will turn the U.S. economy around, don't voters deserve to know about how he did it? Why were the key records destroyed so quickly? Did any vendors, subcontractors or even family members get sweetheart deals?
GOVERNORSHIP - Romney cut higher education by 14 percent in his first year, which meant that college education (costs) skyrocketed in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts under Romney saw new business starts drop, manufacturing down, median household income fall and economic growth decrease.
Great track record, as you say .
beats the community organizer by several links! especially if we look at the king's record of 4 year ending!
Disillusioned

Charlottesville, VA

#93 Nov 2, 2012
Ozzy wrote:
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Is that all you got, Benghazi?
Why does Fox news focus on Benghazi attack while largely ignoring hurricane Sandy?
Hmmmm .....
I said it was one example that is recent. I did not say they were talking about Benghazi and ignoring hurricane Sandy -- they did not.

Typical -- smokescreen and deflect when you cannot address the topic being discussed. Why do you suppose the main stream media focused only on Sandy when additional information is being uncovered by intelligence agencies? DEFLECT, DODGE, and AVOID -- just like Barry's bunch has told them.
Mickey D

Charlottesville, VA

#94 Nov 2, 2012
Disillusioned wrote:
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I said it was one example that is recent. I did not say they were talking about Benghazi and ignoring hurricane Sandy -- they did not.
Typical -- smokescreen and deflect when you cannot address the topic being discussed. Why do you suppose the main stream media focused only on Sandy when additional information is being uncovered by intelligence agencies? DEFLECT, DODGE, and AVOID -- just like Barry's bunch has told them.
Like I said before, is that all you got, Benghazi?
I'm saying they are talking about Benghazi and ignoring hurricane Sandy; nowhere did I say you were. You wouldn't admit it anyways.
Pat

Wytheville, VA

#96 Nov 3, 2012
Ozzy wrote:
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Shall we submit to you the exact same news stories but from Fox et al ?
Beware of the Hucks and Pats, for nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Beware of the Ozzy's, for nothing in all the world is more dangerous than willfull blindness and conscientious liars.
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#97 Nov 3, 2012
Ozzy wrote:
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Shall we submit to you the exact same news stories but from Fox et al ?
Beware of the Hucks and Pats, for nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
~Friedrich Nietzsche
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You are more likely to have an intellectually stimulating conversation with graffiti, so why bother?
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#98 Nov 3, 2012
GOP wrote:
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beats the community organizer by several links! especially if we look at the king's record of 4 year ending!
The DJIA four years to go to date was 8943, which was lower than when Bush took office; today it's 13,093.
Repubs have Romnesia

Ardsley, NY

#100 Nov 3, 2012
Pat wrote:
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Beware of the Ozzy's, for nothing in all the world is more dangerous than willfull blindness and conscientious liars.
You are a smart [email protected] bully resnoblican! You meant to say beware of Romney! VOTE OBAMA
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#102 Nov 4, 2012
Mitt "was a friend of immigrants, then a scourge of immigrants, then again a friend. He was a Kissingerian foreign policy realist, then a McCain-like hawk, then a purveyor of peace. He pioneered Obamacare, he detested Obamacare, then he found elements in it to cherish. Assault weapons were bad, then good. Abortion was okay, then bad. Climate change was an urgent problem; then, not so much. Hurricane cleanup was a job for the states, until it was once again a job for the feds.

The same presumption of gullibility has infused his misleading commercials (see: Jeep jobs to China) and his refusal to lay out an agenda. Mr. Romney promised to replace the Affordable Care Act but never said with what. He promised an alternative to President Obama’s lifeline to young, undocumented immigrants but never deigned to describe it."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/mitt-r...
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#103 Nov 4, 2012
"And then there has been his chronic, baldly dishonest defense of mathematically impossible budget proposals. He promised to cut income tax rates without exploding the deficit or tilting the tax code toward the rich — but he refused to say how he could bring that off. When challenged, he cited “studies” that he maintained proved him right. But the studies were a mix of rhetoric, unrealistic growth projections and more serious economics that actually proved him wrong.

This last is important — maybe the crux of the next four years. History has shown that it’s a lot easier to cut taxes than to reduce spending. Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush promised to do both, managed to do only the first and (with plenty of help from Congress) greatly increased the national debt.

Now Mr. Romney promises to reduce income tax rates by one-fifth — for the rich, that means from 35 percent to 28 percent — and to raise defense spending while balancing the budget. To do so, he would reduce other spending — unspecified — and take away deductions — unspecified. One of the studies he cited, by Harvard economist Martin Feldstein, said Mr. Romney could make the tax math work by depriving every household earning $100,000 or more of all of its charitable deductions, mortgage-interest deductions and deductions for state and local income taxes.

Does Mr. Romney favor ending those popular tax breaks? He won’t say."
double dimple

Charlottesville, VA

#104 Nov 4, 2012
If Obama loses, I'll shave Huck
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#105 Nov 4, 2012
(taking a cue from fauxnewz)

SCANDAL ALERT !!!!!!!

http://goo.gl/mnXer
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#106 Nov 4, 2012
double dimple wrote:
If Obama loses, I'll shave Huck
twinmom, Pat, GOP, captain obvious, bologna streets......
will be in line
Gnu

Charlottesville, VA

#107 Nov 4, 2012
heh wrote:
(taking a cue from fauxnewz)
SCANDAL ALERT !!!!!!!
http://goo.gl/mnXer
Good heads-up - but goes without saying...and you know it ended up in the Cayman islands.
Oh,oh, quick ! Let's run some more Benghazi stuff !
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#110 Nov 18, 2012
Mr-Butcher wrote:
Romney is going to win big.
I can't wait to see all you leftist rant and rave and try to rise in revolt.
We have your number.
Go ahead and try to storm the Bastille...
good call

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