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Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#34701 Sep 4, 2012
Thousands of Americans Ready to See President Obama at Democratic Convention

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Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#34702 Sep 4, 2012
It's pretty bad when as a Governor of Massachusetts as Mitt was ,he cant even carry his own state in the Presidential race. He's getting his ass kicked in Massachusetts,and a done deal for Obama.
I thought he said as Governor he improved the state, lowered taxes, created jobs, and cut spending,and was well liked. What I dont understand is why is Obama leading that state by 15 points.

Latest polls show Obama 55% Romney 39%.

Why would his own state turn on him?

Didnt see do a good job there?

Why would his own voters throw him under the bus?
ussurf

Stewartstown, PA

#34703 Sep 4, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
It's pretty bad when as a Governor of Massachusetts as Mitt was ,he cant even carry his own state in the Presidential race. He's getting his ass kicked in Massachusetts,and a done deal for Obama.
I thought he said as Governor he improved the state, lowered taxes, created jobs, and cut spending,and was well liked. What I dont understand is why is Obama leading that state by 15 points.
Latest polls show Obama 55% Romney 39%.
Why would his own state turn on him?
Didnt see do a good job there?
Why would his own voters throw him under the bus?
You seem surprised by Romney's poor performance.Romney f*cked the people of Massachusetts.

“ONE LOVE...ONE HORSE”

Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#34704 Sep 5, 2012
2016: Obama's America - still showing at the Chambersburg Mall

http://www.mrmovietimes.com/movie-theaters/ca...
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34705 Sep 5, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Thousands of Americans Ready to See President Obama at Democratic Convention
LQQK HERE:
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Paid for by: Morons for Obama.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34706 Sep 5, 2012
Lightning threat forces Obama to change convention plans.

A message from above?
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34707 Sep 5, 2012
First Lady: Obama's work is personal, not political.

The problem with Obama. The work he is suppose to do is what the people want, not what he thinks is best. Obama went against over whelming polls that showed the people did not want something, yet Obama still did it his way.

Obama forgot or just doesn't care that he works for the people.

When you run for office and you make promises you cannot keep or flip flop on those promises, you have failed your supporters. This IMO is enough reason for him to be replaced.

Politicians should be held accountable for broken promises they fail to keep. We would of been better off electing a pig in a poke.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#34708 Sep 5, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
It's pretty bad when as a Governor of Massachusetts as Mitt was ,he cant even carry his own state in the Presidential race. He's getting his ass kicked in Massachusetts,and a done deal for Obama.
I thought he said as Governor he improved the state, lowered taxes, created jobs, and cut spending,and was well liked. What I dont understand is why is Obama leading that state by 15 points.
Latest polls show Obama 55% Romney 39%.
Why would his own state turn on him?
Didnt see do a good job there?
Why would his own voters throw him under the bus?
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You seem surprised by obummer's poor four year performance, communist obummer f*cked the people of the United State of America.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#34709 Sep 5, 2012
Barack Obama’s election as president was brought about by a confluence of three normally separate groups of people.

Soros and the internationalists, who are often seen promoting the United Nations and the European Union as the only proper vehicles for national governance.

That is, the internationalists make the rules, and the member “states” figure out how to live within them.

Wall Street thieves, who knew a corrupt Chicago politician would play ball and bail them out of their bad bets.

Progressive, socialist and communist morons who wanted something for nothing.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34710 Sep 5, 2012
I found this article to be interesting

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Undocumented Protesters Arrested at DNC, Police Pre-emptively Detain Prominent Activist.

Police arrested ten undocumented activists following an action to shut down an intersection nearby the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday. The arrestees were all passengers on the Undocubus, part of the "No Papers, No Fear" tour that set out from Arizona in July.

Multiple media outlets have remarked on the overwhelming police presence at the protest. The AP reports that "hundreds" of officers "swooped in to surround" the protesters, ultimately waiting around 40 minutes before taking action.

Among those arrested was Rosi Carrasco, a Chicago woman whom the group identified as an illegal immigrant first brought to the United States as a child. A married mother, she said she wanted to set an example for her two daughters by protesting the mass deportation of illegal immigrants.
"It was my children that taught me that making change requires taking risks and the status quo of mass deportation constitutes a human rights crisis we can no longer tolerate," she said in a written statement issued by the group. The statement claimed that President Barack Obama "has deported more people than anyone else in U.S. history."

President Obama has overseen more deportations than his Republican predecessor, George W. Bush, an official policy that belies the message of inclusion and acceptance presented within the DNC venue, featuring a plethora of prominent Latino speakers. Contradicting the Obama administration's framing of national unity are the nearly 1.5 million undocumented immigrants who have been forcefully deported on Janet Napolitano's watch.

Over the weekend, police arrested a prominent Charlotte activist for a traffic violation and then sought to keep him in jail during the DNC because an officer said he is on a terrorist watch list, the Charlotte Observer reports.

James Ian Tyson's bail was originally set at $10,000, an unusually high amount for the minor charge of driving with a revoked license. Chief District Judge Lisa Bell later reduced the bond to $2,500, and Tyson was released at about 8 p.m. on Monday.

Tyson's attorney, Derek Fletcher, believes officers wanted to keep Tyson in jail to restrict his speech.

“The state wanted to keep my client in jail during the DNC so he couldn’t help organize any protests,” Fletcher told the Observer.“I informed the judge it appeared to me that the state was trying to suppress my client from exercising his rights to speak during the DNC.”

Bell said she approved the high bond "based on alarming information" the magistrate received when Tyson arrested, but that "alarming information" was never presented during Tyson's first appearance hearing.

A Charlotte-Mecklenburg officer requested Tyson be held in jail because of the DNC, and the officer recommended that Tyson not get out of jail on pretrial release.

To read the entire article and view the video clock the link.

http://www.thenation.com/node/169741 #
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#34711 Sep 5, 2012
Interesting that Obama's numbers are trending up after the Republican convention:

From Nate Silver:

Chance of Winning
August 27: Obama 69.3% Romney 30.7%
September 4: Obama 74.8% Romney 25.2%

Electoral College Projection
August 27: Obama 299 Romney 239
September 4: Obama 308.2 Romney 229.8

Popular Vote
August 27: Obama 50.6% Romney 48.2%
September 4: Obama 51.1% Romney 47.8%

So much for any claim that Romney got a convention bounce.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34712 Sep 5, 2012
The lying Deval Patrick. Here is one of your typical liberal democrats. The loud mouth at the DNC.

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Deval Patrick slammed Mitt Romney last night. But do his facts check out?

TRUE – By the time [Mitt Romney] left office, Massachusetts was 47th in the nation in job creation…

MISLEADING –… and household income in our state was declining.

FALSE –[Romney] cut education deeper than anywhere else in America.

DEBATABLE – Roads and bridges were crumbling.

TRUE – Business taxes were up…

FALSE –… and business confidence was down.

DEBATABLE – Our clean energy potential was stalled.

TRUE –[Massachusetts] had a structural budget deficit.

TRUE WITH A BUT – Today Massachusetts leads the nation in…student achievement…

TRUE WITH A BUT -… health care coverage…

TRUE –…[and] energy efficiency

FALSE – Today we’re out of the deficit hole Mr. Romney left.

TRUE – We’ve achieved the highest bond rating in our history.

TRUE – We’ve made the reforms in our pension and benefits systems, our schools, our transportation system and more that Mr. Romney only talked about.

The general pattern in Patrick’s speech is that he overreached in trying to indict Romney’s record but generally told the truth when bragging about his own. He also conveniently left out decisions Romney made that contributed to Patrick’s impressive numbers, like the health-care reforms. The bottom line is that long-run revenue issues aside, Massachusetts is an extraordinarily well-run state with outstanding schools, a low uninsured rate, and well-rated debt. Both Patrick and Romney can take credit for that.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klei...
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34713 Sep 5, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Interesting that Obama's numbers are trending up after the Republican convention:
From Nate Silver:
Chance of Winning
August 27: Obama 69.3% Romney 30.7%
September 4: Obama 74.8% Romney 25.2%
Electoral College Projection
August 27: Obama 299 Romney 239
September 4: Obama 308.2 Romney 229.8
Popular Vote
August 27: Obama 50.6% Romney 48.2%
September 4: Obama 51.1% Romney 47.8%
So much for any claim that Romney got a convention bounce.
I don't find it interesting. I do find your approved sources of interest. I don't cherry pick my sources like you do.

No link or any information where your information comes from, then again this is common practice for you. Nice try dummy.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34714 Sep 5, 2012
Democrats remove God. No longer needed.

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DNC Drops ‘God-Given’ From Party Platform

Democrats Move Obama Speech to Smaller Venue

By Todd Beamon

The Democratic National Committee has removed the term “God-given” from its platform.

This is the paragraph that was in the 2008 platform, the Christian Broadcasting Network reports:

“We need a government that stands up for the hopes, values, and interests of working people, and gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential.”

The paragraph now says this:

“We gather to reclaim the basic bargain that built the largest middle class and the most prosperous nation on Earth – the simple principle that in America, hard work should pay off, responsibility should be rewarded, and each one of us should be able to go as far as our talent and drive take us.”

Delegates will vote on the party platform Tuesday at the convention in Charlotte, N.C.

Calls to the DNC seeking comment were not returned, according to the Christian website, which criticized the DNC:

“Some critics will suggest that when you have planks in your platform that support abortion rights and gay marriage then it's no wonder that God's name would be dropped as well."

Only one section of the platform deals with “faith," CBN said. Here is that paragraph:

“Faith has always been a central part of the American story, and it has been a driving force of progress and justice throughout our history. We know that our nation, our communities, and our lives are made vastly stronger and richer by faith and the countless acts of justice and mercy it inspires. Faith- based organizations will always be critical allies in meeting the challenges that face our nation and our world – from domestic and global poverty, to climate change and human trafficking. People of faith and religious organizations do amazing work in communities across this country and the world, and we believe in lifting up and valuing that good work, and finding ways to support it where possible. We believe in constitutionally sound, evidence-based partnerships with faith-based and other non-profit organizations to serve those in need and advance our shared interests. There is no conflict between supporting faith-based institutions and respecting our Constitution, and a full commitment to both principles is essential for the continued flourishing of both faith and country.”
Dan the Man

Chambersburg, PA

#34715 Sep 5, 2012
Wow, a new CNN/ORC poll shows Romney getting a NEGATIVE bounce from the convention.

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"Does what you saw or read of the Republican National Convention in Tampa make you more likely or less likely to vote for Mitt Romney?"

Registered Voters
Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 2012

More Likely: 36%
Less Likely: 46%
No difference: 13%

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2012/images/09/0...

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They report data for GOP conventions back to 1984, and there's never been one where 'less likely' was higher than 'more likely', and there has never been one where the 'less likely' percentage was higher than 38%.

It's like I've been saying - the more people get to know Mitt Romney, the less they like him.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#34716 Sep 5, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Interesting that Obama's numbers are trending up after the Republican convention:
From Nate Silver:
Chance of Winning
August 27: Obama 69.3% Romney 30.7%
September 4: Obama 74.8% Romney 25.2%
Electoral College Projection
August 27: Obama 299 Romney 239
September 4: Obama 308.2 Romney 229.8
Popular Vote
August 27: Obama 50.6% Romney 48.2%
September 4: Obama 51.1% Romney 47.8%
So much for any claim that Romney got a convention bounce.
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A stupid ass like you deserves four more years of communist obummer, too bad the rest of us would have to suffer.

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In 2011, Sandra Fluke argued for sex-change-operation insurance mandate

In an academic article published last year, contraception advocate Sandra Fluke made the case that private health insurers should be required to pay for sex change operations.

2011-sandra-fluke-argued-for-s ex-change-operation-insurance- mandate/#ixzz25bqdQAJ7
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#34717 Sep 5, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Wow, a new CNN/ORC poll shows Romney getting a NEGATIVE bounce from the convention.
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"Does what you saw or read of the Republican National Convention in Tampa make you more likely or less likely to vote for Mitt Romney?"
Registered Voters
Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 2012
More Likely: 36%
Less Likely: 46%
No difference: 13%
http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2012/images/09/0...
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They report data for GOP conventions back to 1984, and there's never been one where 'less likely' was higher than 'more likely', and there has never been one where the 'less likely' percentage was higher than 38%.
It's like I've been saying - the more people get to know Mitt Romney, the less they like him.
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You are all over South East PA

Is that your sales and restocking territory for your line of condoms?

Since acquiring the 90-year-old Trojan brand in 2001 from Carter-Wallace Inc., Church & Dwight has escalated its practice of giving retailers lucrative rebates - Mayer calls them "kickbacks" - on every condom sold.

Now Mayer is suing Church & Dwight, alleging that the New Jersey company is a monopolist that violated state and federal antitrust laws, leading to higher condom prices nationwide.

The company is asking for unspecified damages and for an end to what it calls anti-competitive business practices.

The suit has attracted the attention of the Federal Trade Commission, which began a separate investigation into Church & Dwight's business practices.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/business/article/Condom ...

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Gee dannyboy, you might be out of a job soon.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#34718 Sep 5, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
Democrats remove God. No longer needed.
----------
DNC Drops ‘God-Given’ From Party Platform
Democrats Move Obama Speech to Smaller Venue
By Todd Beamon
The Democratic National Committee has removed the term “God-given” from its platform.
This is the paragraph that was in the 2008 platform, the Christian Broadcasting Network reports:
“We need a government that stands up for the hopes, values, and interests of working people, and gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential.”
The paragraph now says this:
“We gather to reclaim the basic bargain that built the largest middle class and the most prosperous nation on Earth – the simple principle that in America, hard work should pay off, responsibility should be rewarded, and each one of us should be able to go as far as our talent and drive take us.”
Delegates will vote on the party platform Tuesday at the convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Calls to the DNC seeking comment were not returned, according to the Christian website, which criticized the DNC:
“Some critics will suggest that when you have planks in your platform that support abortion rights and gay marriage then it's no wonder that God's name would be dropped as well."
Only one section of the platform deals with “faith," CBN said. Here is that paragraph:
“Faith has always been a central part of the American story, and it has been a driving force of progress and justice throughout our history. We know that our nation, our communities, and our lives are made vastly stronger and richer by faith and the countless acts of justice and mercy it inspires. Faith- based organizations will always be critical allies in meeting the challenges that face our nation and our world – from domestic and global poverty, to climate change and human trafficking. People of faith and religious organizations do amazing work in communities across this country and the world, and we believe in lifting up and valuing that good work, and finding ways to support it where possible. We believe in constitutionally sound, evidence-based partnerships with faith-based and other non-profit organizations to serve those in need and advance our shared interests. There is no conflict between supporting faith-based institutions and respecting our Constitution, and a full commitment to both principles is essential for the continued flourishing of both faith and country.”
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Obama is the messiah
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#34720 Sep 5, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Wow, a new CNN/ORC poll shows Romney getting a NEGATIVE bounce from the convention.
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"Does what you saw or read of the Republican National Convention in Tampa make you more likely or less likely to vote for Mitt Romney?"
Registered Voters
Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 2012
More Likely: 36%
Less Likely: 46%
No difference: 13%
http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2012/images/09/0...

I am Dan the Man and I approved this message.
CNN/ORC <------LMAO. A fair and balanced source. <------LMAO
Chetlea

Clearfield, PA

#34721 Sep 5, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Wow, it's like I've been saying - the more people get to know Mitt Romney, the less they like him.
You don't get out much do you?

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