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Dave Rogers

Biglerville, PA

#39964 Oct 23, 2012
Mister B wrote:
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Why do you still beleive this. You really are not seeing what is happening do you? Your President is losing more and more ground by the hour. Even with a win in the 2nd debate, and a narrow margin win (call it what ever eases your mind) he is getting farther behind in the election polls. We have his record exposed wide open. We have no budget to pay for his pipe dreams. He has no plans. He has no HOPE. You are doing just what Obama did last night. Trying to take petty jabs at FACTS. Mitt did not intend to WIN the debate last night. He did EXACTLY what he was trying to do. He didnt gaffe once, none of the left wing biased media could find 100% any non truth to Romney. He didnt get excited and over support war showing the woman voters he is not a Bush warmonger. He hit with facts, and truth and its out there. AS was the plan in #2 debate, he took every opportunity to expose the administrations weak economic policy and failures. There is no HOPE and the CHANGE was not what people wanted. If you still have that bad of a taste from the Bush 2nd term get over it. Obama is leaving us ten fold wores than the day he took office.
http://www.electoral-vote.com/
Dave Rogers

Biglerville, PA

#39965 Oct 23, 2012
Mister B wrote:
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The facts:
When President Obama began his term, he made a number of speeches in the Middle East and elsewhere -- all designed to forge better ties with Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America.
Critics such as Romney have said Obama apologized for past actions in such addresses.
Obama did indeed mention past U.S. flaws in speeches. But in those addresses, Obama never uttered an apology for the United States
That cnn and of course show the bias view. Now the kicker, as a STRONG leader you never admit defeat or weakness, it is no different than an apology. Pick a different topic so I can school you the RIGHT way. The future president Romney was 100% correct when he said Obama is weak and showed weakness dipicting us a weak nation. FACT you ain stream news media ignoranus. Learn a little something before you re elect a huge mistake.
http://www.electoral-vote.com/
dumb dems

Stoystown, PA

#39966 Oct 23, 2012
are all of you sitting here typing this while in your bathrobes, soaking up the sweat you worked up walking your fat asses to the fridge to get your food stamp enabled feasts? Shut your government fed pieholes, Democrats are a bunch of dirty, no good, lying, lazy ass, good for nothing socialist pigs
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39967 Oct 23, 2012
ROMNEY THE LIAR'S ***PATHETIC*** DEBATE LIES (THIRD EDITION)
Well, let's see--

He tried to get away with the "apology tour" lie but President Obama shot him down
He tried to get away with the smallest (weakest) Navy since 1916 lie but President Obama humiliated him
He tried to get away with the "weakened military" lie but again Obama tripped him up
He said that Syria was Iran's "route to the sea", although that may have been mere geographic ignorance on Willard's part
He tried to get away with the lie that America's prestige in the world has declined when in fact a BBC poll TODAY indicated overwhelming international support for President Obama over Willard
He managed to work in the auto industry bailout lie AGAIN!!
He told the lie that the U.S. is becoming just like Greece financially, but alas (from Think Progress):

During his closing statement, Romney said that the U.S. is headed down a path like that of Greece. But Greece, contrary to popular belief, had a revenue problem rather than a spending problem. While its spending was high compared to US standards — 50.4 percent of GDP compared to 38 percent of GDP in the US — its spending was average among European nations. As CAP’s Michael Linden and Sabina Dewan note,“Over the past 10 years, Greece has consistently spent less, as a share of GDP, than the European Union as a whole.” However, it generated less that 40 percent of GDP from revenue — one of the lowest rates in the EU.

In general, however, Willard tried to come off as reasonable, saying, in effect, I'll be just like Obama, only better!

That may have been the biggest lie of them all.
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39968 Oct 23, 2012
A ‘greatest hits’ of misleading Romney claims

LQQK HERE:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-chec...

Folks you cant make this shit up!!!!!

THE CLEAR CHOICE
OBAMA 2012 !!!!
YEAH BABYYYY!!!!!!!!
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39969 Oct 23, 2012
Hard To Believe: Romney Lies Like Bush

The nonsense Romney spouts as factual would be breathtaking if it was not so scary and he weren’t running for president.

Romney said his version of Obamacare would cover people with pre-existing conditions. This is a lie. Romney’s plan only covers pre-existing conditions if someone has had continuous insurance coverage. This excludes tens of millions of Americans who have had gaps in coverage. They would not be covered by Romney.

Romney said his tax schemes have been analyzed and prove his claims. This is a lie. The exact opposite is true, even the analyses written by the campaign’s own so-called “experts,” some of whom publicly called out Romney for distorting their conclusions.

Romney said the middle class has seen an income reduction of $4,300 during President Obama’s tenure. This is a lie. Government data doesn’t go beyond 2010, and doesn’t show anything near that number.

Romney pledged that his tax schemes will be revenue neutral, and in February 2012 insisted that he would not take away the mortgage interest and charitable contribution deductions from the middle class. This is a lie. At the last debate, he told a questioner that his plan would provide a basket of up to $25,000 in deductions and taxpayers could use them as they want. In other words, use it for mortgage interest but if you pay more than that – say, if you have a new mortgage where almost all of your monthly payment goes for interest – then forget about deducting what you donate to a food bank, your kid’s school or even your church.

The hit parade of lies seems to be a never ending story.
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39970 Oct 23, 2012
It seems like more and more people are now seeing this. Mitt Romney has based his entire campaign on false information and it does not take that much research to find out that his entire “political” career has been based on misleading and flip-flopping positions. American people cannot have a President that is known to be a liar. Particularly when it comes to such important issues as women’s rights (Lily Ledbetter Act, which he opposes) or equal rights (he opposes gay people having the same hospital visitation rights as straight people, for example) or even on an economic level; he would increase, by trillions of dollars the military, which they have not asked for, at a time when all Americans agree we should be moving OUT of Iraq and OUT of Afghanistan. So many lives have been lost. We are only just now finally beginning to come out of one of the most difficult times in our countries history and he wants to increase spending for war? And to top it off, Mitt Romney has the highest, domestic and international disapproval ratings of any president-hopeful in the history of the world. Higher than Bush. That is not American. That is not right. We should be proud to be American. We should be proud of our country. We are worth more than that.
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39971 Oct 23, 2012
GOP on the move again!!!

It's a sign that Election Day is getting closer: increasing reports of efforts to intimidate or mislead voters. Florida officials say they're now investigating fake letters that have been sent to voters in at least 20 counties questioning their citizenship and eligibility to vote.

The letters look official, with an eagle and flag logo at the top. They appear to be signed by the local supervisor of elections, although they're not.(Gannett's News-Press.com in Florida compares the fake letter — on top in this example — to an official letter below from the elections supervisor.)

Each letter tells the recipient that the elections office has received information "bringing into question your eligibility as a registered voter." The letter goes on to say that only U.S. citizens can vote, and that it's a felony to fraudulently register. It asks the voter to return an attached "Voter Eligibility Form" within 15 days or risk being removed from the rolls.

"A nonregistered voter who casts a vote in the State of Florida may be subject to arrest, imprisonment, and/or other criminal sanctions," the letter warns.

Chris Cate, a spokesman for the Florida Department of State, says most of the letters appear to be going to Republicans. He says voters who received one should report it to their local election supervisor or a state voter fraud hotline (1-877-868-3737) so authorities can find out who's behind the mailings. Most of the letters were postmarked in Seattle.

"This is an example of why voters need to be vigilant during the election season and to be aware that there may be people out there committing fraudulent acts," Cate said.

There have been other reports that voters in Florida and Virginia have been receiving phone calls telling them that they can vote over the phone, which they can't.

Every election, similar efforts are made to try to prevent voters from casting ballots, and those behind the schemes are seldom caught. The laws governing voter intimidation are often vague, and not everything that people find intimidating is illegal.

Just this week, Clear Channel Outdoor agreed to remove anonymous billboards in predominately black and Hispanic areas of Ohio and Wisconsin warning that voter fraud is a felony punishable by time in prison and a $10,000 fine. The information is correct, but community leaders complained that the ads seemed designed to intimidate minority voters.
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39972 Oct 23, 2012
The Republicans dont want any minorities to vote, including black and Mexicans!!!!!!
Who else would send these letters out?

LQQK HERE:

Florida Officials Investigate Fake Voter Eligibility Letters
LQQK HERE:

by Pam Fessler

October 23, 201212:59 PM It's a sign that Election Day is getting closer: increasing reports of efforts to intimidate or mislead voters. Florida officials say they're now investigating fake letters that have been sent to voters in at least 20 counties questioning their citizenship and eligibility to vote.

The letters look official, with an eagle and flag logo at the top. They appear to be signed by the local supervisor of elections, although they're not.(Gannett's News-Press.com in Florida compares the fake letter — on top in this example — to an official letter below from the elections supervisor.)

Each letter tells the recipient that the elections office has received information "bringing into question your eligibility as a registered voter." The letter goes on to say that only U.S. citizens can vote, and that it's a felony to fraudulently register. It asks the voter to return an attached "Voter Eligibility Form" within 15 days or risk being removed from the rolls.

"A nonregistered voter who casts a vote in the State of Florida may be subject to arrest, imprisonment, and/or other criminal sanctions," the letter warns.

Chris Cate, a spokesman for the Florida Department of State, says most of the letters appear to be going to Republicans. He says voters who received one should report it to their local election supervisor or a state voter fraud hotline (1-877-868-3737) so authorities can find out who's behind the mailings. Most of the letters were postmarked in Seattle.

"This is an example of why voters need to be vigilant during the election season and to be aware that there may be people out there committing fraudulent acts," Cate said.

There have been other reports that voters in Florida and Virginia have been receiving phone calls telling them that they can vote over the phone, which they can't.

Every election, similar efforts are made to try to prevent voters from casting ballots, and those behind the schemes are seldom caught. The laws governing voter intimidation are often vague, and not everything that people find intimidating is illegal.

Just this week, Clear Channel Outdoor agreed to remove anonymous billboards in predominately black and Hispanic areas of Ohio and Wisconsin warning that voter fraud is a felony punishable by time in prison and a $10,000 fine. The information is correct, but community leaders complained that the ads seemed designed to intimidate minority voters.
Mister B

Erie, PA

#39973 Oct 23, 2012
Dave Rogers

Biglerville, PA

#39974 Oct 23, 2012
The Great Gadsby

Philadelphia, PA

#39975 Oct 23, 2012
dumb dems wrote:
are all of you sitting here typing this while in your bathrobes, soaking up the sweat you worked up walking your fat asses to the fridge to get your food stamp enabled feasts? Shut your government fed pieholes, Democrats are a bunch of dirty, no good, lying, lazy ass, good for nothing socialist pigs
This is the pablum your Tea Baggin overlords are force feeding your softened minds.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39976 Oct 23, 2012
Mutt vs Mutt wrote:
UPDATE!!!!!!! BREAKING NEWS!!!!!!!!!!
Obama Leads Among Ohioans Who Have Already Voted
Four polls of people who have already voted in Ohio all show Obama in the lead there. SurveyUSA has him up by 19 points.
Here is the part you left out you idiot.

Obama’s entire advantage comes from those Ohioans who tell SurveyUSA they have already voted. Among early voters, Obama leads 57% to 38%. Among Ohioans who are likely to vote, but who have not yet done so, the contest is tied, 43% to 43%.

Oh, and the rest of your post you changed to suit yourself. LOL. One big idiot you are.
LMAO

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#39977 Oct 23, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
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I'm perplexed; Romney sent all those good American jobs overseas and this is the thanks he gets?
I see you still love to post as me. Muffins, you are one sick pervert. I changed my email settings so now you can't send me love notes anymore. No need to get pissed sonny boy. You always have bobby6464. LMAO

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39980 Oct 23, 2012
Is the big black bad ass president Obama pissing off every racist tea bag by winning in Ohio? You betcha

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#39982 Oct 23, 2012
You betcha
mutt vs mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39984 Oct 23, 2012
"Romney skips foreign policy on campaign trail"And in the last presidential debate.... To be fair, he kept with his version of tradition by flip flopping on two issues (troops in Iraq, and the timeline to leave Afghanistan) and committed a gaffe (didn't know where Syria was).Rommney is a shape shifter that changes what he says to suit the voters he is after at the moment..Don't be duped... Don't vote for someone that is more interested in getting elected than in telling the truth...http://www.youtube.com /watch?feature=player_embedded &v=bZfXvFAeHVo
mutt vs mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#39985 Oct 23, 2012
Let's recap, shall we? A proven, total moron re foreign policy, destined to diminish America's standing simply by the mere act of breathing. A neo-Nazi social conservative - at least in lip-service - to the "American Taliban", i.e., the putrid, flatulent-smelling right. Hey ya'll, all your pontificating, moralizing, Pharasaic attitudes -- it's all a convenient cover for no more than voting for the guy that (you think) will let you hang onto more of your money. That is all it is, pure and simple. How intellectually dishonest; how immoral; how anti-Christian; how anti-biblical and ant-New Testament. You people are sad and dishonest lying cheats. Hope you burn. Simpletons.I digress ...Consider, however, a man who has avowed to let Wall Street run amok, once again, avowed to cut the national debt by trillions but also reduce taxes - ha!One who will not sleep until 47% of Americans are sleeping in cardboard boxes because, by his own recorded words, we don't matter.Is it 2000? Nope. It is 2012, but it may as well be 2000. Dumney-Dumyan ... 2012. It's Bush-Cheney, all over again. Only worse this time. If you do not make at least $250,000 a year, and you are willing to vote for these clowns, then do join me in moving to Mexico for a few months if they prevail, and get used to what it's like living in a third-world country. It is -- beyond cavil, beyond argument -- in your future. Mark my words.REPUBLICAN MOTTO: All for the rich, to hail with the rest!....
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#39986 Oct 23, 2012
Foreign policy debate - no mention of Mexico - nice debate.

The debate was like watching two demons trading lies about fairy tales.

The OBOMNEY FARCE!
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#39987 Oct 23, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
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Fast And Furious: Issa No Longer Suspicious Holder Knew Of Gunwalking
People quickly change their minds when guys in black suits with big guns threaten to exterminate your family.

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