Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39735 Oct 21, 2012
Mutt the Mexican wrote:
What started as a war on undocumented immigration is now being perceived as a war on Latinos.
Immigration Issue Gives President Obama a Lock on the Latino Vote and the Democratic Party for years.
By Romney saying he will undue the Dream Act, he fell on his own sword.
TSK ! TSK !
DREAM Act veto

Claim: Obama said Romney said he would veto the DREAM Act, which would help young adults brought to the United States as illegal immigrants by their parents when they were children.

Facts: When asked by a voter in Le Mars, Iowa, on Dec. 31, 2011, if he would veto the DREAM Act if Congress passed it, Romney affirmed he would.

"The answer is yes," Romney said. "I'm delighted with the idea that people who come to this country and wish to serve in the military can be given a path to become permanent residents in this country. Those who serve in our military and fulfill those requirements, I respect and acknowledge that path. For those that come here illegally, the idea of giving them in-state-tuition credits or other special benefits I find to be the contrary to the idea of a nation of law. If I'm the president of the United States, I want to end illegal immigration so that we can protect legal immigration. I like legal immigration."

The Romney campaign also said later in a statement that the former Massachusetts governor supports allowing "young illegal immigrants who were brought to the United States as children <ellipsis> the chance to become permanent residents, and eventually citizens, by serving honorably in the United States military."

TSK ! TSK !

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39736 Oct 21, 2012
Flipper loses Ohio and the tea bag party is over, ha ha ha ha ha he he ahhhhhhhhh them dumb ass tea bags

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39737 Oct 21, 2012
Mutt the Mexican wrote:
Your BS post has been removed and a link provided below. Perhaps you can learn something like truth instead of lies and half-truth. Don't worry it's not too long, even your shorty attention span will be enough.
Can this actually be on Romney's site? I guess your one post was another lie or just another instance of you posting and not reading what you post.

Women who worked with Mitt Romney were struck by his humanity and his sensitivity.

They understood just how important it is to work for someone that respects them and the work they do—both at home and in the workplace.

http://www.mittromney.com/forms/cabinet-membe...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39738 Oct 21, 2012
bobby6464 wrote:
Flipper loses Ohio and the tea bag party is over, ha ha ha ha ha he he ahhhhhhhhh them dumb ass tea bags
Romney lost Ohio? Gee did I miss the election or is this just another stupid post from bobby6464 aka poster from West Mifflin?

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39739 Oct 21, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
<quoted text> I see no electoral map that has Pa. red or even pink.LOL
Poll Date Sample MoE Obama (D) Romney (R) Spread
RCP Average 10/4 - 10/14 ---- 49.7 44.7 Obama +5.0
Quinnipiac 10/12 - 10/14 1519 LV 2.5 50 46 Obama +4
PPP (D) 10/12 - 10/14 500 LV 4.4 51 44 Obama +7
Morning Call 10/10 - 10/14 438 LV 5.0 49 45 Obama +4
Rasmussen Reports 10/9 - 10/9 500 LV 4.5 51 46 Obama +5
Philadelphia Inquirer 10/4 - 10/8 600 LV 4.0 50 42 Obama +8
Susquehanna 10/4 - 10/6 725 LV 3.7 47 45 Obama +2
LQQK HERE:
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...
The Real Clear Politics average of polls from Pennsylvania shows Barack Obama leading a full five percent over Mitt Romney, 49.7 percent to 44.7 percent. The most recent poll included in that average is a Quinnipiac survey showing Obama leading 50 percent to 46 percent. This survey has independents favoring Obama over Romney by a 50 percent to 43 percent margin, which appears to be the primary reason this survey shows a small Obama lead rather than the four percent Romney lead shown by the Susquehanna poll.
The next poll listed as included in the RCP average is a recent poll of Pennsylvania by the Democrat-leaning polling firm Public Policy Polling. That survey shows Obama leading 51 percent to 44 over Romney, and was conducted between October 12-14. This survey has independents favoring Obama over Romney by a 51 percent to 41 percent margin, and they are 15 percent of the overall sample, which contributes to the resulting Obama lead.
The other recent survey of Pennsylvania listed by RCP is a Morning Call poll that shows Obama leading by a 49 percent to 45 percent margin.
Why do you assume my poll came from http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...

It is nice that you agree with this electoral map showing Romney leading Obama. You're still an idiot who cannot understand what you read or post. Stick to your cartoons. lol

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39740 Oct 21, 2012
Racist rogers your a joke, except it, get over it then move on which is exactly what flipper will be doing soon enough. The flipper can't win with out Ohio
Mutts Binder

West Mifflin, PA

#39741 Oct 21, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
Can this actually be on Romney's site? I guess your one post was another lie or just another instance of you posting and not reading what you post.
Women who worked with Mitt Romney were struck by his humanity and his sensitivity.
They understood just how important it is to work for someone that respects them and the work they do—both at home and in the workplace.
http://www.mittromney.com/forms/cabinet-membe...
LMAO!
Well of course they are going to say nice things about him, thats why they are on his website.LOL!

You think some woman is going to bad mouth Mutt then he puts it on his website HAAAAAA! Keep sippin that Mutt nut juice..
Dont forget a womens group came up to the Governor race back then and handed both candidates the famous "binder of women".....LMAO

What really makes it interesting is he puts a black lady on to talk so he does appear a racist....LMAO
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39742 Oct 21, 2012
During the 2010 mid-terms the GOP campaigned fiercely on the platform of job creation and, as a result of such promises, the GOP gained the majority in the House of Representatives. As new Speaker of the House, John Boehner made the welcome claim that the primary goal of the Republican Party was to increase employment in the U.S.

His exact words were: "We're going to have a relentless focus on creating jobs."

The following, therefore, is a list of legislation by the GOP beginning 2-10-2011, a list which I began purely for my own amusement. That it has reached its current imposing length without one anecdotal citation of new employment as a result of Republican legislation is simply shocking. Shame on these useless hypocrites.

There are those who choose to place the blame for the relatively high rate of unemployment on Mr. Obama's shoulders, but keep in mind that it is the House that both enacts legislation and controls the governmental purse-strings, not the President. The American Recovery and Investment Act passed by the Democrats in 2009 no doubt aided the economy but it would have been more effective if the GOP hadn't limited much of it to more tax breaks for the rich.

LQQK HERE:
http://republicanjobcreation.com/
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39745 Oct 21, 2012
A step back in time,,,,,,,,,,
Romney wasnt on the radar yet as preseident and Ryan was just another young GOP member wiping the snot from his nose..

May 15, 2011, 7:36 PM

Beset by a constant barrage of attacks from the left and increasing unease on the right, House Republican leaders plan to relaunch their proposal to turn Medicare into a privatized voucher program. Leading the charge will be the GOP budget’s architect, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), who is scheduled to deliver an address on the topic at the Economic Club of Chicago on Monday.

House Republicans have yet to find their voice on health care ever since passing their budget last month and the new push by leadership comes amid confusion over whether their leaders have abandoned their original plan entirely. Ryan will have to choose his message carefully in order to reassure the conservative base that the GOP’s appetite for cuts is undiminished while reassuring moderate Republicans in swing districts that the issue won’t wreck their re-election prospects.

The party launched their budget to great fanfare last month as Ryan introduced his “Path to Prosperity” in a series of press conferences and speeches. Its large cuts to Medicare united even conservative Democratic lawmakers against the plan from the start, however, who followed President Obama’s lead in casting the budget as a cheap shot at seniors that simultaneously lavished the wealthy with new tax breaks.

LQQK HERE:

http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/05/go...

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#39746 Oct 21, 2012
well tomorrow will be the final debate for the four year failure. with ozero accomplishments for the middle class he be gone soon and forever remembered as the first black president who was a complete failure and fraud. 4 years was too long and its time to hit the road barack....... america deserves better than a used shoe salesman who duped a size 6 to buy a size 4. with the lemmings feet swellin they wont be able to walk to the polls. oh well blame yourself cause one size really dont fit all....

NOBAMA !!
NOBAMA !!!
NOBAMA !!!!
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#39747 Oct 21, 2012
Does it really matter who wins out of these two?

More unemployment, more inflation, more wars, more QE, the Fed, illegal taxes, none of this will change.

What is the difference between these two megabank multinational corporate sponsored candidates, besides their names?

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39750 Oct 21, 2012
The latest [dictator] to publicly announce his support for the commander-in-chief’s reelection bid was Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, who this week assured he’d vote for Obama if he were from the United States. The America-bashing strongman made the announcement on state-owned television, saying “Obama is a good guy” and that if Obama was from Caracas, he’d surely return the favor by voting for Chavez.

Earlier in the year the government-official daughter of Cuban military dictator Raul Castro proclaimed her country’s support for Obama during a visit to the U.S.“I believe that Obama needs another opportunity and he needs greater support to move forward with his projects and with his ideas, which I believe come from the bottom of his heart,” Mariela Castro said during a cable news interview....

That brings us to Russia’s Vladimir Putin, who has eliminated most elections in his country, monopolized all major media and destroyed the political party system.... In a letter to a major newspaper, the president of a group dedicated to expanding freedom around the world points out that under Putin there has been an “across-the-board crackdown on civil society.” The piece goes on to ask:“Will Obama stand up against Putin’s abuses?” Unlikely, now that the Russian dictator has extended his endorsement.

Read more: http://times247.com/articles/obama-receives-e...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39752 Oct 21, 2012
ROMNEY MOVES UP IN ALL FIVE MAJOR NATIONAL POLLS TODAY, TIED OR TAKES LEAD IN EVERY SINGLE ONE.

Barack Obama followers have now gone into full panic mode as Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney has taken either the outright lead, or tied (in ultra Liberal polls) over Barack Obama.

In the five major national polls today Romney is:

Gallup-Romney gains 1%t
Rasmussen-Romney gains 1%
PPP-Romney gains 2%
Reuters-Romney gains 2%
NBC-Romney gains 3%
The Great Gadsby

Arlington, VA

#39753 Oct 21, 2012
xfactor wrote:
Does it really matter who wins out of these two?
More unemployment, more inflation, more wars, more QE, the Fed, illegal taxes, none of this will change.
What is the difference between these two megabank multinational corporate sponsored candidates, besides their names?
Armeggedon averted

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39754 Oct 21, 2012
Romney slams Obama’s ‘incredible shrinking campaign’

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.—Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama of running a campaign based on "petty attacks" and "silly word games" and accused his rival of having "no agenda" for the future.

"The Obama campaign has become the incredible shrinking campaign," Romney said at an oceanside rally here with his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan. "This is a big country with big opportunities and big challenges. And they keep talking about smaller and smaller things."

Romney's remarks appeared to be a response to Obama's charge Friday that the Republican nominee is suffering from "Romnesia" in distancing himself from his past policy positions.

Speaking to a crowd of several thousand people here, Romney turned the tables on his Democratic opponent, repeating his claim that Obama has laid out no specifics about what he would do if elected for a second term in the White House.

"Have you been watching the Obama campaign lately? It's absolutely remarkable. They have no agenda for the future. No agenda for America. No agenda for a second term," Romney said. "It's a good thing. They won't have a second term."

Romney insisted his campaign has "big ideas and bold ideas" and a "strong agenda."

Even as Romney and his running mate attracted a large crowd, Obama supporters could be heard in the distance chanting louder and louder—aiming to disrupt the GOP event. At one point, a man emerged on a hotel balcony overlooking the Romney-Ryan rally site and shouted, "OBAMA!!!"

This is Romney's last public event before Monday's final presidential debate in Boca Raton—about 200 miles south of here. The GOP nominee will spend Saturday and Sunday doing debate prep in Delray Beach, which is near the debate site.
Ron Paul 2012

Greencastle, PA

#39755 Oct 21, 2012
I'm writing in Ron Paul!

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39756 Oct 21, 2012
Revenge of the Soccer Moms: Why Are Women Abandoning Obama?

http://news.yahoo.com/revenge-soccer-moms-why...

Remember the War on Women?

A few months ago, it seemed like the battle for women's votes was one Democrats had decisively won. While (male) Republican politicians talked about transvaginal ultrasounds, legitimate rape and the like, Democrats laughed all the way to the bank. President Obama's steady double-digit leads with women in poll after poll were a major reason he stayed ahead of Mitt Romney for months on end.

Then suddenly, a couple of weeks ago, Obama's edge with women began to melt away.

More than any other group, women have accounted for Romney's surge in the polls, which has now given him a slim lead in the national popular vote and in some calculations of the electoral college.

Women, it appeared, were not as firmly ensconced in Obama's camp as they had seemed. Indeed, they were abandoning the president en masse.

Latest Politics Posts:

The evidence that Obama finds himself bleeding women's votes can be seen in how aggressively his campaign has sought to steer the conversation back to women's issues.

Campaigning a few miles from here on Friday, Obama stood at a podium flanked by "Women's Health Security" banners; he was introduced by Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, and spoke against a backdrop of risers filled exclusively with women, holding turquoise "FORWARD." signs.

In a new Romney ad this week, a woman googles the claims Obama has made about Romney's abortion stance, only to find out they're not true. Romney's stated position is that abortion should be allowed in cases of rape and incest and when the woman's life is at stake; he has said he would like to see Roe v. Wade overturned.

Already, the Obama campaign -- which has been airing abortion-themed commercials in swing states since June -- is out with another ad responding to Romney's response on the issue.

The recent fluidity of the women's vote, and the renewed struggle it has sparked, raises a question: Why, at this late hour of the campaign, when the vast majority of voters have made up their minds, are so many women still apparently open to changing their minds?

Why was their onetime loyalty to Obama so weak?

Will the president's forceful new emphasis on women's issues, particularly reproductive issues, bring them back -- or are they gone for good?

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39758 Oct 21, 2012
You will fall for any thing, huh? Tea bag racist warrior?

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39762 Oct 21, 2012
Mutts Binder wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO!
Well of course they are going to say nice things about him, thats why they are on his website.LOL!
You think some woman is going to bad mouth Mutt then he puts it on his website HAAAAAA! Keep sippin that Mutt nut juice..
Dont forget a womens group came up to the Governor race back then and handed both candidates the famous "binder of women".....LMAO
What really makes it interesting is he puts a black lady on to talk so he does appear a racist....LMAO
One of your previous posts said there was nothing about this on Romney's site. Was it a lie you posted or failure to read what you copy and paste? You're still an immature punk, correct dude? LMAO
Steeler Fan

Greencastle, PA

#39763 Oct 21, 2012
Steelers beat Bengals 24-17! Hoo! Hoo! Houston drubs Baltimore 43-13!

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