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Fredonia, NY

#1 Oct 4, 2012
Hey where are all the Obama supporters this AM. Where is the imposter from NC that said"can't wait until the debates" I can't wait until the 11th when Biteme goes up against Ryan. That will be entertainment at it's best. Ya think maybe Biteme will come down with a cold or something and have to cancel? Just a thought?

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#2 Oct 4, 2012
When you look at them together on stage, Romney looks and talks like a President. To the point, confident, and business like. Obama looks like a politician from Kenya.
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#3 Oct 4, 2012
Romney clearly won the debate, and anyone who is objective and has a genuine interest in making an informed decision would acknowledge that. Some of us would even enjoy discussing the merits of the debate. But the "Biteme" and "politician from Kenya" comments just expose you guys for what you are -- partisan hacks who are only interested in cheering on "your side" and insulting the "other side."

That's not how informed voters have intelligent discussions. That's how sixth graders taunt kids after their team loses. Not interested.

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#4 Oct 4, 2012
hows Ohio doing??

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#5 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
Romney clearly won the debate, and anyone who is objective and has a genuine interest in making an informed decision would acknowledge that. Some of us would even enjoy discussing the merits of the debate. But the "Biteme" and "politician from Kenya" comments just expose you guys for what you are -- partisan hacks who are only interested in cheering on "your side" and insulting the "other side."
That's not how informed voters have intelligent discussions. That's how sixth graders taunt kids after their team loses. Not interested.
All true.

Since: May 11

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#6 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
Romney clearly won the debate, and anyone who is objective and has a genuine interest in making an informed decision would acknowledge that. Some of us would even enjoy discussing the merits of the debate. But the "Biteme" and "politician from Kenya" comments just expose you guys for what you are -- partisan hacks who are only interested in cheering on "your side" and insulting the "other side."
That's not how informed voters have intelligent discussions. That's how sixth graders taunt kids after their team loses. Not interested.
I personally don't give a damn if the President is a Demo or Rep. I only care about the kind of job they are doing. When I see vast unemployment, more factories locally closing on the horizon, and way out of control spending, time for change. What he is doing is not working. The credit score of the U.S. is shaky. We are trillions in debt. Do you know our gov't borrowed billions from China and secured the loan with U.S. real estate? Does that make sense to you? I just received the Oct.2012 issue of North American Hunter.If you happen to get it, read the article on page 14 about the candidates. It's very clear. Romney believes in the constitution and it's provisions. In his closing speech, he made reference to it. Obama and Hillary signed a small arms treaty with the U.N. to give the U.N. power over what kind of guns, ammunition, etc. private citizens in the U.S. can own. Any time you see the word "treaty"-beware. Highest form of law that cannot be repealed easily. Romney has a long record of creating jobs-Obama doesn't. Romney has successfully pulled off a health care system in Mass. that works-for Mass. As he stated,Mass has the highest rated schools in the nation. He has a long running track record, and I personally believe he is in it for the American people. I personally do not believe Obama is in it for the American people. To many mistakes. I believe he is in it for a global government controlled by the U.N.
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#7 Oct 4, 2012
INS REP wrote:
<quoted text>
"I personally do not believe Obama is in it for the American people. To many mistakes. I believe he is in it for a global government controlled by the U.N."
It is nonsense like this that makes me discount everything else you say.
Dan

Fredonia, NY

#8 Oct 4, 2012
One debate win doesn't guarantee an election win.
gusinski

Boston, MA

#9 Oct 4, 2012
No more osama I mean obama for me. He's weak and can't be without his teleprompter. Romney 2012!
Dan

Fredonia, NY

#10 Oct 4, 2012
I didn't like the way Romney bullied moderator Jim Lehr during the debate. I am surprised Mitt didn't knock him down and cut his hair.
gusinski

Boston, MA

#11 Oct 4, 2012
Dan wrote:
One debate win doesn't guarantee an election win.
Obama has been too protected to stand on his own. Hes a failure
Clifford 1969

Fredonia, NY

#12 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
Romney clearly won the debate, and anyone who is objective and has a genuine interest in making an informed decision would acknowledge that. Some of us would even enjoy discussing the merits of the debate. But the "Biteme" and "politician from Kenya" comments just expose you guys for what you are -- partisan hacks who are only interested in cheering on "your side" and insulting the "other side."
That's not how informed voters have intelligent discussions. That's how sixth graders taunt kids after their team loses. Not interested.
..........oh so now your going to spin off your liberal card and pretend to be in the winners circle.......Clyde10 your as phony as they come!
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#13 Oct 4, 2012
Clifford 1969 wrote:
<quoted text>..........oh so now your going to spin off your liberal card and pretend to be in the winners circle.......Clyde10 your as phony as they come!
It's "you're" not "your." And "you're" another partisan hack.

Every time anyone tries to question the ridiculous hyperbole on display here, or fails to jump on the Obama and liberal bashing band wagon, you label them a "liberal" (or commie, or socialist, or similar). I've never once tried to convince anyone on here to vote for or support any candidate, and I dare you to prove me wrong on that assertion. All I have ever done is challenge some of the idiotic statements made on this forum.

Romney not only won the debate, he sounded much more like the Governor of Massachussets, and much less like the candidate for the Republican nomination. I hope that last night represents his return to the middle and the moderate I always thought (and continue to hope) he actually is.
Realist

Fredonia, NY

#14 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
Romney clearly won the debate, and anyone who is objective and has a genuine interest in making an informed decision would acknowledge that. Some of us would even enjoy discussing the merits of the debate. But the "Biteme" and "politician from Kenya" comments just expose you guys for what you are -- partisan hacks who are only interested in cheering on "your side" and insulting the "other side."
That's not how informed voters have intelligent discussions. That's how sixth graders taunt kids after their team loses. Not interested.
Good,stay off the site cause you just can't handle the fact your buddy got his ass handed to him on a platter! Don't want to hear your usual garbage that you are not for Obama,thats BS and you know it.

Since: May 11

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#15 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
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It is nonsense like this that makes me discount everything else you say.
Really? Don't believe anything I say. Do a search for U.N. Small Arms
Treaty, read it, and understand it is Hillary and Obama that is involved in signing over our 2nd amendment rights to the U.N.? What motive would the U.N. or Obama/Hillary have for signing over the U.S. 2nd amendment rights? Why is it anyone else's business how many guns each residence has, or how much ammunition? Nikita Kruschev once said "you can't take over America. There is a gun behind every door".
he is right

Fredonia, NY

#16 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
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It is nonsense like this that makes me discount everything else you say.
http://home.nra.org/#/nraorg

Since: May 11

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#17 Oct 4, 2012
http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrybell/2011/06...

Here is an article in Forbes Magazine about it. So, please tell me why a U.S. President would agree to a foreign entity (U.N.) to limit our 2nd amendment rights? The first thing I personally can think of is neither Pres.or Hillary upholds the Constitution of the U.S. Why? A bigger "solution" in their mind. A global solution. That's what the U.N. is all about. This bill already has Obama's approval. ow the senate gets to vote on it. If they turn it down, the Pres. can over-ride their decision with an executive order. Still think he's acting on behalf of the American people?
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#18 Oct 4, 2012
INS REP wrote:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/la rrybell/2011/06/07/u-n-agreeme nt-should-have-all-gun-owners- up-in-arms/
Here is an article in Forbes Magazine about it. So, please tell me why a U.S. President would agree to a foreign entity (U.N.) to limit our 2nd amendment rights? The first thing I personally can think of is neither Pres.or Hillary upholds the Constitution of the U.S. Why? A bigger "solution" in their mind. A global solution. That's what the U.N. is all about. This bill already has Obama's approval. ow the senate gets to vote on it. If they turn it down, the Pres. can over-ride their decision with an executive order. Still think he's acting on behalf of the American people?
It's a treaty that regulates arms trading BETWEEN MEMBER COUNTRIES. It has zero application to U.S. citizens right to own arms within the United States. And you're dead wrong about treaties trumping all other laws. Under the Supremacy Clause, international treaties trump States' rights under the Tenth Amendment. That just means that an individual State can not pass a law that would violate an international treaty. The right to bear arms is an incividual right, guaranteed under the Second Amendment to the FEDERAL constitution. Congress (or the President) can not enact laws, through domestic legislation or international treaty, that infringe on those individual rights.
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#19 Oct 4, 2012
Realist wrote:
<quoted text>Good,stay off the site cause you just can't handle the fact your buddy got his ass handed to him on a platter! Don't want to hear your usual garbage that you are not for Obama,thats BS and you know it.
If I couldn't "handle the fact" I wouldn't have been on here today, now would I? I also wouldn't be readily acknowledging that Romney won the debate, now would I?

Sorry to upend your world, but not everyone is a myopic, small minded, partisan. Some of us actually recognize both parties' and candidates' achievements and failures. Now, I know that's difficult for you to get your head around because it is so different than your trailer park world view, so, please, try not to hurt yourself when you consider that some of us actually think before we vote.
Clifford 1969

Fredonia, NY

#20 Oct 4, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
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It's "you're" not "your." And "you're" another partisan hack.
Every time anyone tries to question the ridiculous hyperbole on display here, or fails to jump on the Obama and liberal bashing band wagon, you label them a "liberal" (or commie, or socialist, or similar). I've never once tried to convince anyone on here to vote for or support any candidate, and I dare you to prove me wrong on that assertion. All I have ever done is challenge some of the idiotic statements made on this forum.
Romney not only won the debate, he sounded much more like the Governor of Massachussets, and much less like the candidate for the Republican nomination. I hope that last night represents his return to the middle and the moderate I always thought (and continue to hope) he actually is.
]......"It's "you're" not "your." ..........still using spell check as a distraction I see!....I could go back and on these forums and highlight your mis-spelled words but it only serves to make you look like a smaller man than your replies do!........"All I have ever done is challenge some of the idiotic statements made on this forum.".........and you were left with a doctorate in judging what qualifies as an idiotic statements by whom??......"I've never once tried to convince anyone on here to vote for or support any candidate, and I dare you to prove me wrong on that assertion.".........won't happen! I can't fix delutional!".......... "(or commie, or socialist, or similar)."........never used these words on any forums.....prove ME wrong!.........The delutional charge stands!

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