Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Since: Apr 11

United States

#27837 Jul 12, 2012
I see the racist moronic dip shit tea bagger running as fast as he can from flipper and his pathetic chances of winning ohio, thats typical. You can run racist tea bagger but your flipper must adjust to another lost state. The ohio voters dont approve of these dip shit tea baggers
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#27838 Jul 12, 2012
Romney hauled in more than $22 million from the financial sector through the end of May, according to the Center for Responsive Politics

Six of the banks under investigation -- JPMorgan, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, UBS, Bank of America and Barclays -- rank among Romney's top 20 donors. Through the end of May, employees of those companies and their family members have contributed more than $2 million to the Romney campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

The campaign also relies on many executives and directors from these banks as top fundraisers, rounding up checks for others. In the past, major bundlers have enjoyed significant influence in their candidate's administration. The Romney campaign's leading disclosed bundler, with nearly $1 million raised, is Barclays' top lobbyist and managing director, Patrick Durkin. Others include Credit Suisse head Eric Varvel and four JPMorgan executives. Varvel has also cut a $100,000 contribution to the pro-Romney super PAC, Restore Our Future.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#27839 Jul 12, 2012
Mitt Romney Outsourcing: GOP Candidate Invested Millions In Chinese Firm That Profited By Sending U.S. Jobs Overseas

Last month, Mitt Romney's campaign got into a dustup with the Washington Post after the newspaper reported that Bain Capital, the private equity firm the GOP presidential candidate founded, invested in several US companies that outsourced jobs to China and India. The campaign indignantly demanded a retraction, claiming that these businesses did not send jobs overseas while Romney was running Bain, and the Post stood by its investigation. Yet there is another aspect to the Romney-as-outsourcer controversy. According to government documents reviewed by Mother Jones, Romney, when he was in charge of Bain, invested heavily in a Chinese manufacturing company that depended on US outsourcing for its profits—and that explicitly stated that such outsourcing was crucial to its success.

Robme cant flip flop enough to turn this around........HAA!
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#27840 Jul 12, 2012
Mitt Romney VP Scandal: Tim Pawlenty Accepted $54K in Cash Payments As Governor, Worked for Phone Company Involved in Fraud
In 1973, Vice President Spiro Agnew was forced to resign due to revelations that he had accepted bribes as Governor of Maryland. Why is this important nearly forty years later? Simple: If Mitt Romney chooses Tim Pawlenty as his running mate, we may have another Agnew on our hands.

Before he became Governor of Minnesota, Pawlenty spent two years on the board of directors for NewTel Holdings, a telecommunications corporation owned by his longtime friend Elam Baer. In addition to this work, Pawlenty also earned $4,500 a month as a consultant and legal adviser to a pay-phone company called New Access, a NewTel subsidiary accused of defrauding thousands of customers in seven states by signing them up for local and long-distance service without their permission. Although Pawlenty has been happy to talk about other aspects of his business career, he has stayed remarkably mum on the exact nature of what he did for New Access.

His relationship with Baer did not end there. In his first year as governor, Pawlenty was discovered to have accepted $54,000 in cash from Baer, despite being unable to document any work done in exchange for this payment. To make this transaction legal under Minnesota state law, Pawlenty classified it as compensation for his purported performance as an "independent contractor." Even this ostensible legality could be questionable, however, since Pawlenty has been unable to describe his independent contracting position in any meaningful detail or even prove that it existed in the first place. While these activities would be unquestionably illegal in most other states, Pawlenty benefited from the weakness of Minnesota's campaign finance laws and the meager attention paid to this scandal by the local media. Even so, there is little doubt that it would come under further scrutiny if he became Romney's running mate ... scrutiny that seems, upon first glance, like it would not be very flattering.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#27841 Jul 12, 2012
“When Mitt Romney wasn’t gay bashing kids whose hair he didn’t like, his habit was to impersonate a police officer,” O’Donnell explained. He then added that Romney “Mitt Romney avoided [Vietnam with] four consecutive drafts deferments that he obtained,” and brought in the reporter who brought this story, Joe Conason, in to explain. The key part of Conason’s report is the following:

When Mitt Romney was a college freshman, he told fellow residents of his Stanford University dormitory that he sometimes disguised himself as a police officer – a crime in many states, including Michigan and California, where he then lived. And he had the uniform on display as proof.

So recalls Robin Madden, who had also just arrived as a freshman, the startling incident began when Romney called him and two or three other residents into his room, saying,“Come up, I want to show you something.” When they entered Romney’s room,“and laid out on his bed was a Michigan State Trooper’s uniform
Ted

Davidsville, PA

#27842 Jul 12, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Mitt Romney VP Scandal: Tim Pawlenty Accepted $54K in Cash Payments As Governor, Worked for Phone Company Involved in Fraud
In 1973, Vice President Spiro Agnew was forced to resign due to revelations that he had accepted bribes as Governor of Maryland. Why is this important nearly forty years later? Simple: If Mitt Romney chooses Tim Pawlenty as his running mate, we may have another Agnew on our hands.
Before he became Governor of Minnesota, Pawlenty spent two years on the board of directors for NewTel Holdings, a telecommunications corporation owned by his longtime friend Elam Baer. In addition to this work, Pawlenty also earned $4,500 a month as a consultant and legal adviser to a pay-phone company called New Access, a NewTel subsidiary accused of defrauding thousands of customers in seven states by signing them up for local and long-distance service without their permission. Although Pawlenty has been happy to talk about other aspects of his business career, he has stayed remarkably mum on the exact nature of what he did for New Access.
His relationship with Baer did not end there. In his first year as governor, Pawlenty was discovered to have accepted $54,000 in cash from Baer, despite being unable to document any work done in exchange for this payment. To make this transaction legal under Minnesota state law, Pawlenty classified it as compensation for his purported performance as an "independent contractor." Even this ostensible legality could be questionable, however, since Pawlenty has been unable to describe his independent contracting position in any meaningful detail or even prove that it existed in the first place. While these activities would be unquestionably illegal in most other states, Pawlenty benefited from the weakness of Minnesota's campaign finance laws and the meager attention paid to this scandal by the local media. Even so, there is little doubt that it would come under further scrutiny if he became Romney's running mate ... scrutiny that seems, upon first glance, like it would not be very flattering.
Plagiarizing still, West Mifflin? You just can't help yourself.

You must prefer being a dishonest common thief to the doofus your own words show you to be.

Unethical but understandable.
Ted

Davidsville, PA

#27843 Jul 12, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Mitt Romney Outsourcing: GOP Candidate Invested Millions In Chinese Firm That Profited By Sending U.S. Jobs Overseas
Last month, Mitt Romney's campaign got into a dustup with the Washington Post after the newspaper reported that Bain Capital, the private equity firm the GOP presidential candidate founded, invested in several US companies that outsourced jobs to China and India. The campaign indignantly demanded a retraction, claiming that these businesses did not send jobs overseas while Romney was running Bain, and the Post stood by its investigation. Yet there is another aspect to the Romney-as-outsourcer controversy. According to government documents reviewed by Mother Jones, Romney, when he was in charge of Bain, invested heavily in a Chinese manufacturing company that depended on US outsourcing for its profits—and that explicitly stated that such outsourcing was crucial to its success.
Robme cant flip flop enough to turn this around........HAA!
Ooops! You plagiarized again, West Mifflin!

What mindless doofus.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#27844 Jul 12, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
Plagiarizing still, West Mifflin? You just can't help yourself.
You must prefer being a dishonest common thief to the doofus your own words show you to be.
Unethical but understandable.
I post the facts teddy bear...just the facts
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#27845 Jul 12, 2012
Romney's 'Bermuda-Gate': Why His Offshore Bank Accounts Really Matter

The Bermuda-Gate debacle also brings into question Romney's core beliefs. It is disturbing to think that a potential president of the United States would consider it acceptable to siphon money into offshore bank accounts in order to shield that money from taxes. Taxation, unpleasant as it might be, is the primary funding mechanism for our nation; without it we would be reduced to a wasteland of crumbling infrastructure, non-existent public services, and anarchy. Taxes fund most of our crucial public functions from road repair and public transport to the police force, welfare, and even trash collection. Why then would a highly educated, politically conscious, and ostensibly patriotic Romney go out of his way to minimize his own share of taxes?

The presidential election is not about morality -- no one is questioning Romney's right to create wealth through private equity or by putting his money into offshore bank accounts - but it is about personal beliefs and judgment. Romney's success as a businessman may be a source of pride for him, but the way he made that money is fair game for debate when electing the leader of our nation. If Romney is going to stand on a platform of patriotism and love of country, then he needs to show that love himself, and siphoning off his wealth from American shores to save on taxes which the United States desperately needs is no way to do that.
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#27846 Jul 12, 2012
LLOK! arguing Romney and Obama is a waste of time.

THEY ARE controlled by the same interest, they are basically the same candidate.

Obamney is a waste of time and the wrong direction for this country.

The Dem and GOP are so corrupted and controlled by the elite, they are a waste of a vote.

We need true Patriotic American citizens who will not be bought and paid for. Not skull and bonesman Harvard elitist.

Or get used to your police/nanny state, because that is all you will ever get from these DEMS or GOP.

Since: Apr 11

United States

#27847 Jul 12, 2012
That is why flipper is losing ohio and now these moronic racist tea baggers are angry as there is nothing any tea bagger can do to save flipper now. The ohio voters aint into racist tea bagger birtherism, more desperation and distortions of fact please tea baggers, thats entertaining
bobby64

Clearfield, PA

#27848 Jul 12, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
That is why flipper is losing ohio and now these moronic racist tea baggers are angry as there is nothing any tea bagger can do to save flipper now. The ohio voters aint into racist tea bagger birtherism, more desperation and distortions of fact please tea baggers, thats entertaining
im stil hitten the botole. im a drunk and I needd the govrenmant to tak kare of me, boo hoo hoo.

Since: Apr 11

United States

#27849 Jul 12, 2012
You can get bent racist roger tea bagger troll. I have never posted any ones words and never will, or at least til i decide to learn. I have a android razr phone. Did you use my name help flipper racist troll roger? Hell no it did not. Your racist tea bagger club fully represents failure
Ted

Davidsville, PA

#27850 Jul 12, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
<quoted text>I post the facts teddy bear...just the facts
OK.

We'll have to judge the believability of your "facts" based on your reputation for honesty and integrity.

Yours isn't that good.
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#27851 Jul 12, 2012
Another whole day and not a single serious attempt by a rightwinger to have honest, rational debate on any political issue.

It's just sad. It's like there isn't a single conservative capable of serious, rational debate on Topix.

Hey, if you don't like the dozen or so subjects I've suggested, maybe one of you has a topic to debate.

Anyone?

Or are personal attacks all you guys can muster anymore?

Since: Jan 11

.

#27852 Jul 12, 2012
Joe Paterno. Posthumous like.
gonesville

Yorktown, VA

#27853 Jul 12, 2012
Democrats. Philipsburg. Nuff said.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#27854 Jul 12, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Another whole day and not a single serious attempt by a rightwinger to have honest, rational debate on any political issue.
It's just sad. It's like there isn't a single conservative capable of serious, rational debate on Topix.
Hey, if you don't like the dozen or so subjects I've suggested, maybe one of you has a topic to debate.
Anyone?
Or are personal attacks all you guys can muster anymore?
Dan the Man
Carlisle, PA

sez

But if you want to call it a ‘tax increase’— which is debatable — it’s clearly one of tiniest ones in history.

..........

Don't try to deny that it's not a tax.

The Supreme Court said it's a tax.

It's a tax.

Live with it.

As others and I have posted, it's a tax and after the Supreme Court--not just John Roberts, but the four liberals--said it was.

It's a tax.

Live with it.

..........

OBAMA IN 2008 PROMISED HEALTH CARE SHOULD

“NEVER BE PURCHASED WITH TAX INCREASES ON MIDDLE CLASS FAMILIES”

By: Jim Hoft

7/1/2012 05:56 PM

At a campaign stop on October 4, 2008, Barack Obama told supporters that health care should not purchased with a tax increase.

Health care should never be purchased with tax increases on middle class families.”

Via Free Republic:

http://www.humanevents.com/2012/07/01/obama-i ...

**********

When facts are shown that cannot be disputed you either to not reply, disappear, switch topics or you resort to name-calling.

Dan the Man Carlisle, PA, you are a cowardly piece of shit!

Just like your black messiah!
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#27855 Jul 12, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
<quoted text>
Updated: Thursday, July 12 2:24 pm ET
Obama 281 Robme 191,,,,,,Robme cant pull it off,,,,,,LMAO!
LQQK HERE:
http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/2012/romn...
Dan the Man
Carlisle, PA

sez

Maybe there's a thinking conservative who can answer this question for me:
If low taxes spur job creation, then why is unemployment so high when taxes are the lowest they've been in 30 years?

I'm completely serious about this. The core of Republican economic policy is that low taxes spur job growth. But that's not happening. Why not?

Seriously, can anybody tell me why reality isn't matching Republican economic ideology?

..........

"The intent of the president's health care law was to lower costs and to help create jobs....

Instead, it is making our economy worse, driving up costs and making it harder for small businesses to hire," said House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio.

He cited a study by a business group that estimated that one of the bill's taxes would cost up to 249,000 jobs, and a different estimate that a second tax would "put as many as 47,100 in jeopardy."

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_HEA ...

**********

Keep RUNNING from the FACTS, loser!!!!!

They keep KICKING your ASS and you keep RUNNING!!!

It's HILARIOUS to watch!!!!

LMAO!!!!!!!

When facts are shown that cannot be disputed you either to not reply, disappear, switch topics or you resort to name-calling.

Dan the Man Carlisle, PA, you are a cowardly piece of shit!

Just like your black messiah!

Since: Apr 11

United States

#27856 Jul 12, 2012
The moronic racist bull shitting babbler for the racist tea bagger class. The ohio voters are done with flipper which is why your white pride flipper is losing in ohio to the black president obama. You are full of shit tea bagger

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Dunmore Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Hentown Gossip 11 hr really want to know 3
News Local unemployment ticked up in December Jan 31 Hazleton Update 1
News Local income disparity widens Jan '18 fine by me 5
News Governor Wolf Approves Support for Community Re... Jan '18 Bubbles 2
News News flash: Santa stricken with flu Dec '17 Tiny Tim 5
News It's cold out there Dec '17 Got Meth 1
70-413 braindumps - designing and implementing... Dec '17 aaron-sherwin 1

Dunmore Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Dunmore Mortgages