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Oct 21, 2012
 
Romney may not be Ronald Reagan now. Yet given the chance to lead this nation back to greatness, Romney might prove even better than Reagan.
Romney knows how to run a business and a government. If elected, he would enter the White House with a level of private- and public-sector expertise unseen in modern times.
He's got a track record of buying failing companies and turning them around. Democrats have demonized Romney for the wealth he's amassed working in the same capitalistic system they do and for making difficult CEO decisions expected of strong, prudent leaders. Yet who among the Democrats wouldn't take Romney on their team if his political affiliation were different?
As governor of Massachusetts (2003-07), Romney reversed a downward economic trend and wiped out a $1.5 billion budget deficit through spending cuts and fee increases. He didn't raise taxes. He also championed investments in the state's public schools, and the results were stunning: No. 1 national and international rankings on student achievement tests.
Romney didn't do it alone. Even today he gives credit to the 87 percent of Democrats in the state Legislature who collaborated with a Republican administration to solve difficult problems. It was a bipartisanship that Bay Staters came to believe in and expect. The capstone was controversial -- Massachusetts' first-in-the-nation universal health care law -- and it was approved because it fit the state's unique needs to guarantee access to quality medical services for its 6.3 million citizens.
Even before becoming governor Romney exhibited his leadership Úlan. He rescued the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City from fiscal disaster and saved the U.S. from global embarrassment. He took over a scandalized $359 million budget shortfall in 1999, cleaned house, hired hundreds of new workers, and produced a tremendous success. His character and conviction were never in question: It's a little-known fact that Romney donated his $1.4 million salary to the Olympic Games, on top of making a $1 million personal donation to the U.S. athletic enterprise. In the end the U.S. Olympic Committee left Salt Lake City with a $100 million budget surplus.
Romney has faced economic challenges at key points in his professional and political careers and has always seemed to grow in the job to deliver greater expectations than when he went in. President Obama, on the other hand, lacked any prior experience before entering the White House in 2008 and appears overwhelmed by the one serious economic challenge he has confronted.
Harkening back to 1980, the stakes were high when U.S. voters chose between Reagan and Carter. We contend the stakes are bordering on the calamitous today.
For the first time in generations, older Americans are less inclined to believe their children and grandchildren will have a better financial future than they themselves can expect.
When Obama took command in 2008, the U.S. unemployment rate was 7.8 percent; today, it's 7.8 percent and likely on the rise again. The average cost of a gallon of gasoline was $1.85; today the cost has more than doubled to $3.89. Obama's don't drill, go "green" policies will push the cost to $7 a gallon if implemented.
Twenty-three million Americans are either jobless or so frustrated by a fruitless search they've stopped looking for work. The nation's "real" jobless rate, according to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, is 14.7 percent.

Nearly 50 percent of U.S. college graduates can't find a full-time job.

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Oct 21, 2012
 
When the U.S. economy was bleeding hundreds of thousands of jobs a month, Obama strong-armed a Democratic-controlled Congress into approving the $1 trillion, 2,700-page Affordable Care Act that, for the first time in U.S. history, forces Americans to purchase a government product or else pay a penalty tax. The one-size-fits-all legislation contains 18 new taxes -- 12 of which target the middle-class to whom Obama was sworn to save by lowering their health care costs.
The result? Inflation-adjusted median household income has dropped from $53,718 in June 2009 to $50,678 in August 2012 -- a 5.7 percent reduction totaling $3,040 in lost annual buying power.
More than 3.5 million women, many of them single mothers, have fallen into poverty over the past four years.
On Sept. 27, the Bureau of Economic Analysis revised second quarter Gross Domestic Product growth downward, from 1.7 percent to 1.3 percent. America now trails Cuba in GDP growth.
President Obama continues to say America is in an economic recovery. The families broken by his recovery, whose cornerstone was Obama's $787 billion economic stimulus package, know otherwise: Public-sector employees and union workers got "shovel-ready" projects and dollars; the private-sector got the shaft and more regulations.
In 2008, an unproven Obama promised things would turn out differently with him in charge. "Change we can believe in" is how he put it. Four years later we realize it was all made up.
Problems Obama inherited, like the financial collapse, were never fully resolved. Others, like the national debt, got worse.
Obama isn't even trying to defend the indefensible -- his failing four-year record. Instead, in partisan style he is blaming others, including Democrat and Republican predecessors, for driving America to the edge of fiscal insolvency. When Obama looks into a mirror, he must see Jimmy Carter staring back at him. He's had four years to change the course of things but has only made them worse.
There are 46.7 million Americans on food stamps today, up from 32 million in 2008. Obama's relaxed eligibility rules have increased program spending 131 percent, from $39 billion in 2008 to $81 billion this fiscal year.
Welfare spending, fueled by the 2009 government stimulus, has grown from $563 billion in 2008 to a record $746 billion in 2011.
The Treasury Department's newly released summary of federal spending for 2012 reports that for every $7 taken in under the Obama administration,$11 has been spent in return.
Since 2008 under Obama, the federal government received $6.85 trillion in tax revenues and other receipts and it has spent $10.7 trillion -- 56 percent more than it has had available to spend.

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Oct 21, 2012
 
Obama has added $5 trillion in spending to the national debt -- now an unsustainable $16 trillion -- and wants the country's top 1 percent of earners, who provide the lion's share of federal tax revenues, to bail him out by paying higher taxes. This is the president's class warfare, redistribute-the-income solution, one of several geared toward dividing Americans at every income level. Yes, there is a tax problem in this country, but it goes deeper than Obama can comprehend and will take hard work and bipartisanship to solve. Romney understands the necessity of a unified, balanced approach.
President Obama makes a weak case for re-election. He says his policies need four more years to kick in. This from a commander-in-chief who hasn't passed a federal budget in three years, hasn't submitted a comprehensive energy bill in four years, and hasn't given voters an inkling of where America might be headed through 2016. Where's your plan, Mr. President?
President Obama tells Americans the world is changing and we are but a cog on the big map of nations. Not a key cog, just a cog. He implies that America, against this evolving backdrop, must lower its expectations and even allow others to surpass us or the global good. It is a rationale for across-the-board entrepreneurial retreat and eventual economic defeat. Worse, Obama's philosophy goes against the grain of everything Americans are taught and strive for from cradle to grave.
It is not the path to the future we want for America, and it is not the one Mitt Romney is championing.
In two nationally televised debates, Romney's love for America, its values and its people come through as genuine.
There is no need to retrench from the ideal of American exceptionalism either at home or on the world stage, says Romney. We are an exceptional people, he says, and we must demand exceptional leadership. In The Sentinel & Enterprise's view, that's where America has fallen off track these past four years. America trusted a "hope and change" candidate, it didn't work, and we're suffering the consequences. Now we've got a tested leader with a proven track record standing before us -- Mitt Romney -- and it's his time to inspire Americans to greatness. It's Romney's time to bring us together in a single purpose that embraces fairness, self-reliance, responsibility, rugged individualism, entrepreneurial spirit and unlimited success.
Mitt Romney wants us to believe in America again. It begins with us believing in ourselves and each other.
Wouldn't it be nice for America to once again stand as one against the serious challenges we face domestically and abroad?
The Sentinel & Enterprise believes in Mitt Romney and his vision for America's future. Vote for Mitt Romney for U.S. President on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
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Oct 21, 2012
 
In short, the S&E are sick and tired of Fitchburg being the poster child of Obamanomics.
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Oct 21, 2012
 

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Obama has added $5 trillion in spending to the national debt -- now an unsustainable $16 trillion -- and wants the country's top 1 percent of earners, who provide the lion's share of federal tax revenues, to bail him out by paying higher taxes. This is the president's class warfare, redistribute-the-income solution, one of several geared toward dividing Americans at every income level. Yes, there is a tax problem in this country, but it goes deeper than Obama can comprehend and will take hard work and bipartisanship to solve. Romney understands the necessity of a unified, balanced approach.
President Obama makes a weak case for re-election. He says his policies need four more years to kick in. This from a commander-in-chief who hasn't passed a federal budget in three years, hasn't submitted a comprehensive energy bill in four years, and hasn't given voters an inkling of where America might be headed through 2016. Where's your plan, Mr. President?
President Obama tells Americans the world is changing and we are but a cog on the big map of nations. Not a key cog, just a cog. He implies that America, against this evolving backdrop, must lower its expectations and even allow others to surpass us or the global good. It is a rationale for across-the-board entrepreneurial retreat and eventual economic defeat. Worse, Obama's philosophy goes against the grain of everything Americans are taught and strive for from cradle to grave.
It is not the path to the future we want for America, and it is not the one Mitt Romney is championing.
In two nationally televised debates, Romney's love for America, its values and its people come through as genuine.
There is no need to retrench from the ideal of American exceptionalism either at home or on the world stage, says Romney. We are an exceptional people, he says, and we must demand exceptional leadership. In The Sentinel & Enterprise's view, that's where America has fallen off track these past four years. America trusted a "hope and change" candidate, it didn't work, and we're suffering the consequences. Now we've got a tested leader with a proven track record standing before us -- Mitt Romney -- and it's his time to inspire Americans to greatness. It's Romney's time to bring us together in a single purpose that embraces fairness, self-reliance, responsibility, rugged individualism, entrepreneurial spirit and unlimited success.
Mitt Romney wants us to believe in America again. It begins with us believing in ourselves and each other.
Wouldn't it be nice for America to once again stand as one against the serious challenges we face domestically and abroad?
The Sentinel & Enterprise believes in Mitt Romney and his vision for America's future. Vote for Mitt Romney for U.S. President on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Read more: http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com/topstory...
Verbose. Stamos, you have too much time on your hands.

We should go golfing or fishing sometime before the election. I know you'd beat me though because you have more time to practice. Lots more. Put all this time you have to good use, man, and volunteer or do something constructive.

Too bad the Sentinel and Enterprise doesn't realize they got more people voting for Obama with their endorsement of Romney than if they endorsed Obama himself. Sort of like you. You think you're being persuasive when in fact you're rants only strengthen people's resolve to avoid extremism at either end of the spectrum.
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Oct 21, 2012
 
Verbose. Stamos, you have too much time on your hands.
We should go golfing or fishing sometime before the election. I know you'd beat me though because you have more time to practice. Lots more. Put all this time you have to good use, man, and volunteer or do something constructive.
Too bad the Sentinel and Enterprise doesn't realize they got more people voting for Obama with their endorsement of Romney than if they endorsed Obama himself. Sort of like you. You think you're being persuasive when in fact you're rants only strengthen people's resolve to avoid extremism at both ends of the political and religious spectrum. And of course, religion and politics is one and the same with you.

Did you go to church today? I hope you at least said a prayer for all the sinful homosexuals in the world.

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Oct 21, 2012
 
Civil Servant Supporter wrote:
Verbose. Stamos, you have too much time on your hands.
We should go golfing or fishing sometime before the election. I know you'd beat me though because you have more time to practice. Lots more. Put all this time you have to good use, man, and volunteer or do something constructive.
Too bad the Sentinel and Enterprise doesn't realize they got more people voting for Obama with their endorsement of Romney than if they endorsed Obama himself. Sort of like you. You think you're being persuasive when in fact you're rants only strengthen people's resolve to avoid extremism at both ends of the political and religious spectrum. And of course, religion and politics is one and the same with you.
Did you go to church today? I hope you at least said a prayer for all the sinful homosexuals in the world.
Civil, golfing! Who the hell can afford to go golfing? All the golf courses are struggling to just keep afloat. Speaking of having too much time on ones hands, how much time do you suppose the Community Agitator's been out golfing this year? Take a lucky guess? I mean after all, golfing is a lot more fun than attending intelligence briefings.

Anyway, it's pretty clear now you've been bullshitting us all along about being on the fence when it comes to a vote. Everyone knows this Spread the Welfare pResident has 99% of the black vote and you're clearly no exception. What did you think about that "Uncle Tom" Sowell article exposing all his "race baiting" lies during that "ebonics" speech he gave when addressing his all black audience at Hampton University. You have to admit, he can do a much better ghetto drawl than Hillary or Biden. I mean he had over 20 years of practice with the Reverend. Do you think his long time mentor says a prayer now and again for all those sinful homosexuals in the world?
http://townhall.com/columnists/thomassowell/2...

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Oct 21, 2012
 
Free-Market Capitalism is all about competition and that necessarily produces different outcomes (the better, cheaper or otherwise more desirable products and their producers survive and thrive). This is in direct opposition to this Community Agitator's Socialistic philosophy which is all about "fake fairness" (i.e., forcing equal outcomes through laws and regulations).

These are two irreconcilable, mutually exclusive economic systems. The more you try to approach one, the more you destroy the other. Attempting to live with both produces an unstable uncertain unmanageable stagnant quagmire (hence, our current political and economic situation).

Since Socialism has been a demonstrable failure wherever and whenever it is tried and Free-Market Capitalism always works and increases the standard of living wherever and whenever it is tried, the correct course of action should be obvious to anyone with half a brain (assuming, of course, that their goals are Self-Reliance, Liberty and Freedom). Therein lies the rub.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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Oct 21, 2012
 
Interesting that the make-believe Army man chooses to chastise someone exercising their freedom of speech. And you really harp on Stamos' religion too. You ask about it in almost every thread and with great frequency within those threads. What are you so threatened about when it comes to Stamos? Do his Christian beliefs scare you? If so, do Muslim beliefs frighten you too? Are you gay for him, perhaps? Is this a case of unrequited love?

You come off a lot like Lynch. We know you two are different people, but certainly cut from thesame cloth. That's something that would terrify me, if I were you. Being equated with that loon should caus anyone to reassess where they are in life and some of the choices they'v made.
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Oct 21, 2012
 
Stamos wrote:
Free-Market Capitalism is all about competition and that necessarily produces different outcomes (the better, cheaper or otherwise more desirable products and their producers survive and thrive). This is in direct opposition to this Community Agitator's Socialistic philosophy which is all about "fake fairness" (i.e., forcing equal outcomes through laws and regulations).
These are two irreconcilable, mutually exclusive economic systems. The more you try to approach one, the more you destroy the other. Attempting to live with both produces an unstable uncertain unmanageable stagnant quagmire (hence, our current political and economic situation).
Since Socialism has been a demonstrable failure wherever and whenever it is tried and Free-Market Capitalism always works and increases the standard of living wherever and whenever it is tried, the correct course of action should be obvious to anyone with half a brain (assuming, of course, that their goals are Self-Reliance, Liberty and Freedom). Therein lies the rub.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Even if a business can manage to survive in the current and pending state and local regulatory environment, the cost of compliance is enormous. And rising all the time.

A sizable portion of the business day is already wasted keeping bureaucrats happy.

But like most of the socialist agenda, there is a darker reason behind excessive regulations.

Firstly, the regulations are made so complex and onerous that it is almost impossible to fully comply with all of them. This enables government to punish any business at will.(Gibson guitars for example)

Secondly politically correct businesses are rewarded with a waiver from some regulations which enables them to thrive while others struggle.(Obamacare waivers, EPA waivers and so on)

In many states now, oppressive regulations have all but destroyed their economic health.(California and Illinois for example) But instead of easing up on business and start ups, they still see their future in federal bailouts and bigger government.

When it comes to regulations the Obama administration is simply crazy. They have even written detailed regulations about goat herding. Nothing is too small for them to regulate, and all of these regulations are expensive and hurt the economy.
http://www.humanevents.com/2011/08/24/team-ob...
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Oct 22, 2012
 
Hey Civil wrote:
Interesting that the make-believe Army man chooses to chastise someone exercising their freedom of speech. And you really harp on Stamos' religion too. You ask about it in almost every thread and with great frequency within those threads. What are you so threatened about when it comes to Stamos? Do his Christian beliefs scare you? If so, do Muslim beliefs frighten you too? Are you gay for him, perhaps? Is this a case of unrequited love?
You come off a lot like Lynch. We know you two are different people, but certainly cut from thesame cloth. That's something that would terrify me, if I were you. Being equated with that loon should caus anyone to reassess where they are in life and some of the choices they'v made.
You're still not funny regardless of whether you're "ha ha," "Too funny," or "hah." And anyway, mind your own business. I'm talking to Stamos here. I don't give a shite what you say or think. Maybe I do have the hots for him, and it still wouldn't be any of your dumbazz business.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
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Civil, golfing! Who the hell can afford to go golfing? All the golf courses are struggling to just keep afloat. Speaking of having too much time on ones hands, how much time do you suppose the Community Agitator's been out golfing this year? Take a lucky guess? I mean after all, golfing is a lot more fun than attending intelligence briefings.
Anyway, it's pretty clear now you've been bullshitting us all along about being on the fence when it comes to a vote. Everyone knows this Spread the Welfare pResident has 99% of the black vote and you're clearly no exception. What did you think about that "Uncle Tom" Sowell article exposing all his "race baiting" lies during that "ebonics" speech he gave when addressing his all black audience at Hampton University. You have to admit, he can do a much better ghetto drawl than Hillary or Biden. I mean he had over 20 years of practice with the Reverend. Do you think his long time mentor says a prayer now and again for all those sinful homosexuals in the world?
http://townhall.com/columnists/thomassowell/2...
That speech was significant cannon-fodder only to the extremists among us. The reverend included. I liked watching the two candidates walk toward each other at the debate. Romney walks like a regular white businessman-in essence, like he's got a stick up his azz. Obama on the other hand walks SMOOTH. Maybe we can call that "ebonawalking." We used to call it shucking and jiving. But anyway, I think it's styling!!! That's why Obama gets the women vote AND the gay vote.

You know that's human nature to talk the talk when you're among the natives. My kids used to get on me whenever we went into a Mexican, or Japanese restaurant and I'd start speaking Spanglish or Japaenglish. I wouldn't get much past asking for a "biru" or "cerveza," throw in an "arigato" and "por favor." but it put the waiter or waitress at ease. I could hear them laughing at the dumb ugly American in the kitchen. My kids would beg me to not embarrass them, and I'd remind them that's exactly what I was put on earth to do.

Nope, Stamos. Still undecided. Oftentimes right until I'm in the booth. Sorry if I do vote for Romney that it's going to be a wasted vote. That's why I'm voting in NH too. I'm going to wait for my dead guy to take his identity to vote a couple days before the election. I want to be a swing-stater, Stamos!

See you, Stamos!
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Oct 22, 2012
 
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You're still not funny regardless of whether you're "ha ha," "Too funny," or "hah." And anyway, mind your own business. I'm talking to Stamos here. I don't give a shite what you say or think. Maybe I do have the hots for him, and it still wouldn't be any of your dumbazz business.
Sorry d dum make believe army man, if its on a public forum it's everybody's business. Man up and tell us what your angle is.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
THe angle is, you need your head examined if you think giving control of Government back to Republicans is a good idea!

Republicans would love for everyone to forget what they did last time they had a phony Conservative and complete control of Government but nobody else has!

Remember:

Bush failing to stop 9/11 attacks in this country?

Cheney torturing people of our behalf? This is the true issue from Gitmo, not because Obama hasn't closed it down, but because this is where the Bush admin decided to detain innocent people from all over the world indefinately and torture them while they were at it! Very un-American and also against our own laws.

Cheney's secret energy commission full of industry CEO's?

Remember No-Bid Halliburton contracts?

Bush lying us into War? Facts being fixed around the policy?

Rumsfeld under funding the war by 1 trillion? Under resourcing by hundreds of thousands?
Rememebr needing to "up-Armor" all the vehicles in Iraq because all our troops were being blown up by IED's and the army's whofully lacking equipment in Iraq?

Remember Rummy just f-ing losing 12 BILLION dollars in cash off palletts in the War zone?

Remember the attempted Government takover of end of life decisions by Bill Frist and Terry Sciavo?

Remember Tom Delay and beig found guilty of gerrymandering votes?

Remember Alberto Gonzales trying to purge DOJ Democratic Attourney's?

Remember Jack Abramoff and the K street lobbying pay to play scandals, found guilty?

Remember Duke Cunningham and the pay to play scandals, found guilty?

Remember David Vitter?
Remember David Safavian?
Remember the airport bathroom not at all gay guy?

Rememebr AIG, Leahman crashing and burning from an economy run into the ground by Greed and regulatory malfeasance by Alan Greenspan?

Remember Hank Paulson and the one page 700 billion dollar Wall Street bank givaway?

This is why you don't see Bush and Cheney on the campaign trail with Swiss Mitt and Paul (no math) Ryan, the GOP would like everyone to forget those 8 years and put them back in charge!

It ain't gonna happen no matter how much money Sheldon Adleson, the Koch brothers or Herman Cain spend, the spin will not erase America's memory!!!!
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Oct 22, 2012
 
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Sorry d dum make believe army man, if its on a public forum it's everybody's business. Man up and tell us what your angle is.
And I definitely don't "laugh out loud" (Lol) at what you say. You're never funny. Always stupid.

Shut up and mind your own business. I already told you.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
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THe angle is, you need your head examined if you think giving control of Government back to Republicans is a good idea!
Republicans would love for everyone to forget what they did last time they had a phony Conservative and complete control of Government but nobody else has!
Remember:
Bush failing to stop 9/11 attacks in this country?
Cheney torturing people of our behalf? This is the true issue from Gitmo, not because Obama hasn't closed it down, but because this is where the Bush admin decided to detain innocent people from all over the world indefinately and torture them while they were at it! Very un-American and also against our own laws.
Cheney's secret energy commission full of industry CEO's?
Remember No-Bid Halliburton contracts?
Bush lying us into War? Facts being fixed around the policy?
Rumsfeld under funding the war by 1 trillion? Under resourcing by hundreds of thousands?
Rememebr needing to "up-Armor" all the vehicles in Iraq because all our troops were being blown up by IED's and the army's whofully lacking equipment in Iraq?
Remember Rummy just f-ing losing 12 BILLION dollars in cash off palletts in the War zone?
Remember the attempted Government takover of end of life decisions by Bill Frist and Terry Sciavo?
Remember Tom Delay and beig found guilty of gerrymandering votes?
Remember Alberto Gonzales trying to purge DOJ Democratic Attourney's?
Remember Jack Abramoff and the K street lobbying pay to play scandals, found guilty?
Remember Duke Cunningham and the pay to play scandals, found guilty?
Remember David Vitter?
Remember David Safavian?
Remember the airport bathroom not at all gay guy?
Rememebr AIG, Leahman crashing and burning from an economy run into the ground by Greed and regulatory malfeasance by Alan Greenspan?
Remember Hank Paulson and the one page 700 billion dollar Wall Street bank givaway?
This is why you don't see Bush and Cheney on the campaign trail with Swiss Mitt and Paul (no math) Ryan, the GOP would like everyone to forget those 8 years and put them back in charge!
It ain't gonna happen no matter how much money Sheldon Adleson, the Koch brothers or Herman Cain spend, the spin will not erase America's memory!!!!
Ha ha!!! Stamos, Stamos! Who you going to vote for? How come? I bet I know who Congressional is voting for!!! And I know why!
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Oct 22, 2012
 
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And I definitely don't "laugh out loud" (Lol) at what you say. You're never funny. Always stupid.
Shut up and mind your own business. I already told you.
Awww, poor little make believe Army man has his panties in a knot. Surprise, you're all talk and have nothing to back it up. You're a loser for pretending to be a vet.

Your and Lynch, one in the same. Be proud of that fact.
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I would stongly state that the Sentinel has a serious ethics concerning its editor! Not just did the Sentinel run a front page endorsement with a full page advertisement/commercial backing Romney.

The editor decides to deliver FREE copies of this editorial pro-Romney comercial to all local voters.

I feel that the DNC needs tofile an ethics investigation request against this newspaper!

And it may be evident now who Stamos is!! Hello MrArmand the editor for the Sentinel! It all makes sense now!
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Oct 23, 2012
 
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I would stongly state that the Sentinel has a serious ethics concerning its editor! Not just did the Sentinel run a front page endorsement with a full page advertisement/commercial backing Romney.
The editor decides to deliver FREE copies of this editorial pro-Romney comercial to all local voters.
I feel that the DNC needs tofile an ethics investigation request against this newspaper!
And it may be evident now who Stamos is!! Hello MrArmand the editor for the Sentinel! It all makes sense now!
What you lost your battle picking on the FPD and the collage so now your after the Fitchburg Sentinel?? You want an investigation done on anybody the does not have the same ideas as you. Someone should have an investigation done on you !!
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I think the S@E is part of the 'good ol boy network'.

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