Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39456 Oct 18, 2012
Romney wins in a landslide -- Las Vegas oddsmaker doubles down on prediction

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/10/09/rom...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39457 Oct 18, 2012
Crowley's intervention as moderator-in-chief swung the debate in Obama's favor

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/10/17/cro...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39458 Oct 18, 2012
Who is responsible for the mess in Libya

So, who is to blame here? The president. He is responsible for destroying the government in Libya, and he is responsible for the security of U.S. personnel and property there. He is accountable to the American people, and he is expected to tell the truth. Instead, he has leaked the possibility of more bombings in Libya. These bombings would be more than a month after the Benghazi consulate attack and would attack the very government that Obama’s 2011 bombs helped to install.

Is it any wonder that Bill Clinton, in an unguarded private moment, referred to Obama as “the amateur”?

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/10/18/who...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39459 Oct 18, 2012
How far will Obama go to remain President? Lie after lie after lie.

Will Obama refuse to leave when he's voted out of office?

Will Obama issue an executive order to remain President?

Donald Trump responded on his Twitter account today to recent US jobless claims rising 46,000 to 388,000 by calling out 7.8 unemployment as a "fraud" and "not possible."

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39460 Oct 18, 2012
Election 2012: Ohio President

The second presidential debate doesn’t appear to have made a difference in Rasmussen Reports’ first post-debate look at the race in Ohio. It’s still a toss-up.

The latest telephone survey of Likely Ohio Voters, taken last night, shows President Obama with 49% support to Mitt Romney’s 48%. One percent (1%) prefers another candidate, and two percent (2%) are still undecided.
Marissa T girl

York, PA

#39462 Oct 18, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
Crowley's intervention as moderator-in-chief swung the debate in Obama's favor
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/10/17/cro...
O Y GOSH, HOW CAN YA DISPUTE FAUX!!!!! OH NO!!!!
COME OVER SO I CAN SHOVE MY LOVE STICK IN YOUR MOUTH. PROMISE TO SHOVE REAL HARD AND HIT THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD. MAYBE WE CAN KNOCK SOME SENSE INTO IT TOGETHER.
SEE YOU LATTER SWEETIE.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39464 Oct 18, 2012
The 7-Eleven Presidency

Obama — who recently showed that he apparently has no idea how big our national debt is — amazingly says of that debt,“We don’t have to worry about it short-term.” In other words, if you have $7, spend $11 — let future generations of Americans worry about it.

In the wake of the Treasury Department’s newly released summary of federal spending for 2012, it’s now possible to detail just how profligate the Obama years have been. Here’s the upshot: Under Obama, for every $7 we’ve had, we’ve spent nearly $11 (or, to be more exact,$10.95). That’s like a family that makes $70,000 a year — and is already knee-deep in debt — blowing nearly $110,000 a year.

To illustrate this a bit differently, for every Jackson ($20) we’ve had available to spend under Obama, we’ve also borrowed a Hamilton ($10) and a Washington ($1) and spent those too. The only thing is that, under Obama, we’ve (literally) spent the equivalent of 342 billion Jackson's, 342 billion Hamilton's, and 342 billion Washington's — borrowing all of the Hamilton's and Washington's.

Let’s take a look at the scorecard, based on official government figures. In fiscal year 2012 (which ended on September 30), the federal government acquired $2.449 trillion in tax revenue and other receipts. It spent $3.538 trillion — 44 percent more than it had available to spend. The resulting deficit was $1.089 trillion.

In fiscal year 2011 (see table S-1), the federal government acquired $2.303 trillion in tax revenues and other receipts. It spent $3.603 trillion — 56 percent more than it had available to spend. The resulting deficit was $1.3 trillion.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/7-eleven-...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39465 Oct 18, 2012
Marissa T girl wrote:
<quoted text>O Y GOSH, HOW CAN YA DISPUTE FAUX!!!!! OH NO!!!!
COME OVER SO I CAN SHOVE MY LOVE STICK IN YOUR MOUTH. PROMISE TO SHOVE REAL HARD AND HIT THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD. MAYBE WE CAN KNOCK SOME SENSE INTO IT TOGETHER.
SEE YOU LATER SWEETIE.


How old did you say you are?

Are you just young and immature or is it a mental disorder you have?

When liberals post asinine statements like you just did you shame your fellow democrats and add another vote for the republicans.

I personally love it when you post your well thought out opinions....LMAO Keep up the good work. Post more and post lots. lol

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39466 Oct 18, 2012
LQQK PEOPLE. YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT UP. LOL

This makes Obama a hypocrite.

After Tuesday's town hall debate, President Obama is playing up his record on women's issues and ridiculing Mitt Romney for his "binders full of women" comment, but Mr. Obama has a mixed record when it comes to hiring women at the White House.

Team Obama clearly believes he thumped Mr. Romney on the question of equal pay and job opportunities for women.

"Mitt Romney still won't say whether he'd stand up for equal pay, but he did tell us he has 'binders full of women,' " Mr. Obama tweeted Wednesday morning, and his campaign later hosted a press call with equal pay advocate Lilly Ledbetter and Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood.

Although Mr. Romney has had several opportunities, he still hasn't said whether he believes the government should give women legal protections for pay equity, but during the debate he talked up his commitment to hiring several senior women staffers while governor of Massachusetts. Mr. Romney said he went to a "number of women's groups and said,'Can you help us find folks,' and they brought us whole binders full of women."

The binders comment immediately turned into a viral parody on social media networks and even had its own Twitter account with more than 12,000 followers by the end of the debate.

Later Wednesday in Iowa, when talking about his commitment to education and hiring more teachers, the president hammered Mr. Romney again on the binder comment.

"We don't have to collect a bunch of binders to find talented qualified young women" for these fields, Mr. Obama said.

But President Obama's own record on closing the gender pay gap is less than stellar. Using late 2011 figures, the latest available at the time, The Washington Times earlier this year surveyed 121 White House employees who were paid at least $100,000 and found that 47 were women and 74 were men. That is only slightly better than in 2003, the third year of the Bush administration, when 39 of the top 121 employees were women.

When all White House employees are considered, the Obama administration's record dims a bit further. Female employees earn a median salary of $60,000, roughly 18 percent less than men, whose median salary is $71,000.

While Mr. Obama has taken steps to ensure that senior women in the White House on average make as much or more than men, he has not dramatically increased the number of women at the highest levels compared with those serving under Mr. Bush.

In the highest-paid positions when Mr. Bush was in office — aides making $151,000 — four of 14 were women: Condoleezza Rice, the national security adviser; Harriet Miers, a deputy chief of staff; Dina Powell, an assistant to the president for personnel; and Mary Spellings, an assistant for domestic policy.

In 2011, Mr. Obama had seven women compared with 14 men making the top White House salary —$172,000 — an increase of three women in the top ranks from the Bush administration's third year. Those women are: Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser; Melody Barnes, director of domestic policy; Stephanie Cutter, who served as deputy senior adviser before moving to the campaign; Nancy-Ann DeParle and Alyssa Mastromonaco, deputy chiefs of staff; Kathryn Ruemmler, White House counsel; and Christina Tchen, director of the White House Office of Public Engagement.

And statistics don't tell the whole story. Despite progress on closing pay disparities and hiring women for senior roles, the president has incurred persistent criticism that women in his White House for the most part are kept out of the inner circle.

The same woman who was one of Mr. Obama's debate coaches, Anita Dunn, complained that the White House when she worked there would have been in court for being a "hostile workplace" for women, according...
http://m.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-poli...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39467 Oct 18, 2012
OBAMA EXPOSED. TRUTH YOU MUST KNOW AND TELL

Obama DOES Have Investments In Cayman Islands Trust...

... and has a bigger pension than Romney!
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One of the many tense moments in the second presidential debate turned on a new ...

Romney: "Mr. President, have you looked at your pension? Have you looked at your pension?"

Obama: "You know, I don’t look at my pension. It’s not as big as yours so it doesn’t take as long. I don’t check it that often."
http://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/statement...

Romney says Obama also has investments in Chinese companies and through a Cayman Islands trust
www.politifact.com

Obama has larger pension then Romney http://www.cnbc.com/id/49450057
MarissaT girl

York, PA

#39468 Oct 18, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
How old did you say you are?
Are you just young and immature or is it a mental disorder you have?
When liberals post asinine statements like you just did you shame your fellow democrats and add another vote for the republicans.
I personally love it when you post your well thought out opinions....LMAO Keep up the good work. Post more and post lots. lol
Come on sweetie, just because you republicans don't have Hitler to vote for as posted previously on this thread by the right winger you don't have to attack. Come on honey, hurry over. Get rid of the hate and sho me again how much you love my lovin.
longer stronger erections

Selinsgrove, PA

#39469 Oct 18, 2012
as a man who has longer,stronger,more frequent erections, i would like to point out that this thread is 2 years old and needs to rest like the women i sleep with.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39473 Oct 18, 2012
Mitt Romney can count on more Electoral College votes than President Barack Obama, putting him closer to winning the White House than ever before. That's the new RealClearPolitics analysis based on the latest polling.

With 270 electoral votes needed to win, Romney now has 206, to Obama's 201. That leaves 131 tossups, according to RCP.

Not everybody's likely to sign off on this math. Most analysts agree that there are a handful of truly undecided states, including Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio and Virginia.

But RCP also includes Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. In those states polls are tightening, but still leaning Obama. And the track record favors the Democratic ticket. Republican presidential candidates haven't won there in at least 20 years.

Bottom line, it's likely to be a close election. The Daily Caller's Matt Lewis puts it this way: "Not predicting it, but the possibility that Romney could win the popular vote but lose the electoral vote seems less and less ridiculous," he tweeted.

Via RealClearPolitics.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39474 Oct 18, 2012
MarissaT girl wrote:
<quoted text>Come on sweetie, just because you republicans don't have Hitler to vote for as posted previously on this thread by the right winger you don't have to attack. Come on honey, hurry over. Get rid of the hate and sho me again how much you love my lovin.
How old did you say you are?
Are you just young and immature or is it a mental disorder you have?
When liberals post asinine statements like you just did you shame your fellow democrats and add another vote for the republicans.
I personally love it when you post your well thought out opinions....LMAO Keep up the good work. Post more and post lots. lol

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39475 Oct 18, 2012
Hey bobby64, you kept asking me to show any electoral map that shows Romney winning. Well here it is my round brown friend.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...

Obama can't win without Ohio. LMAO

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39476 Oct 18, 2012
Bobby64, it's okay, you don't need to keep hiding.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/
Dan the Man

Burnt Cabins, PA

#39477 Oct 18, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
Hey bobby64, you kept asking me to show any electoral map that shows Romney winning. Well here it is my round brown friend.
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...
Obama can't win without Ohio. LMAO
This is, of course, false. Obama can with without Ohio AND Florida. Romney can't win if he loses either one of them.

But more importantly, Romney isn't winning Ohio.

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RCP Average - 10/5 - 10/17 - Obama +2.4
Rasmussen Reports - 10/17 - 10/17 - Obama +1
SurveyUSA - 10/12 - 10/15 - Obama +3
PPP (D)- 10/12 - 10/13 - Obama +5
Rasmussen Reports - 10/10 - 10/10 - Obama +1
Gravis Marketing - 10/6 - 10/10 - Romney +1
NBC/WSJ/Marist - 10/7 - 10/9 - Obama +6
ARG - 10/5 - 10/8 - Romney +1
CNN/Opinion Research - 10/5 - 10/8 - Obama +4
SurveyUSA - 10/5 - 10/8 - Obama +1
WeAskAmerica - 10/4 - 10/4 - Romney +1
Rasmussen Reports - 10/4 - 10/4 - Obama +1
Dan the Man

Burnt Cabins, PA

#39489 Oct 18, 2012
Romney’s jobs plan revealed to be flim-flam

There you have it. Ten million of those jobs in Romney’s plan represent an entirely bogus promise. As for the remaining two million jobs that would be supposedly created by Romney’s trade policies, the report supplied by the Romney camp bills itself as “highly conditional”— and also doesn’t evaluate any of Romney’s policies. Kessler dubs Romney’s plan “bait and switch.”

Let’s recap what Kessler has discovered here. The plan that is central to Romney’s candidacy on the most important issue of this election — jobs — is a complete sham. This is every bit as bad — or worse — than Romney’s claim to have created 100,000 jobs at Bain, or his vow to cut spending by eliminating whole agencies without saying which ones, or his refusal to say how he’ll pay for his tax cuts.
...
Oh, and by the way: Economists have evaluated Obama’s jobs plan. And they concluded it would create one to two million jobs.

The bottom line is simple: One candidate has a jobs plan, and the other doesn’t.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line...
Dan the Man

Burnt Cabins, PA

#39490 Oct 18, 2012
Romney's central jobs argument exposed as fraudulent

If I had a nickel for every time Mitt Romney promised voters he'd create 12 million jobs if elected, I'd have nearly as much money as Mitt Romney. To a very real extent, it's become the central argument underpinning Romney's entire candidacy: vote for him, get 12 million jobs.

Indeed, the Republican best known for laying off American workers and failing to create jobs during his one term as governor, has been fairly specific, at least in terms of the goal: he'll not only create 12 million new jobs, Romney will do so in one term.

The main problem with Romney's vague and unspecified jobs plan has been the fact that the economy is on track to create 12 million jobs between 2012 and 2016 anyway. It makes this a pretty weak promise as campaign boasts go.

But to his credit, Glenn Kessler dug a little deeper, and discovered the Romney campaign's central argument is based on a shameless lie.

http://maddowblog.msnbc.com/_news/2012/10/16/...

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#39491 Oct 18, 2012
a few weeks away and obama be elected out.

i still cant figure how people can slobber so much over a politician. kinda disturbing really

obama been nothing but a wall street puppet. yes having key wall st players such as larry summers,geitner,rubin, and bernanke(self proclaimed man above the law) is like putting the fox in the hen house. wall st reform? LMAO!!!

the fed has stolen over 24 TRILLION from the US treasury and much given to foreign banks and bernanke wont say which institutions or how much. whats that tell you ?

TOO BIG TOO FAIL IS A MYTH !!! you cant give wall st a blank check and hope all goes well via tarp and stimulus pay offs.

i can only hope romney does not offer the same.

the fed high rolling bankers do want:
CENTRAL BANK OF WORLD
NEW WORLD ORDER
GLOBAL GOVT.
CARBON TAXES

with them in charge of the masses course

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