Da Black Man

Clearfield, PA

#40760 Oct 31, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Anyone who thinks that politics is not topic A at the White House right now probably also believes children's milk teeth put under their pillows are replaced with cash by the tooth fairy riding a pink unicorn. The trick is to be political but not make it look political. Obama can go to inspect storm damage and act like he is coordinating relief efforts. Even going to noncompetitive states, like New Jersey, and saying things like: "I want to repeat my message to the federal government: No bureaucracy, no red tape. Get resources where they're needed as fast as possible" makes him look decisive and presidential. Also, every trip he makes to some hard-hit area is major news and will be on every television set in America--for free. Romney doesn't get equal time and don't you think Obama is not aware of this and will milk it for all it is worth.
Obama can also thank FEMA people for working 24/7 to provide relief and let the media report that Romney wants to abolish it. In Ohio, Romney was peppered by reporters with 14 questions about his statement earlier this year about abolishing FEMA. He refused to answer. When independent voters see Obama working with FEMA to help people get on with their lives and then hear that Romney wants to abolish the agency, it can't be helpful to Romney.
So far, federal officials have gotten good marks for their relief efforts. Even Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), a Romney surrogate, has said: "The president has been outstanding in this." Obama and Christie will travel together to inspect the storm-damaged New Jersey shore today. Why are they working together? For Obama, this is an implicit appeal to those voters who see bipartisanship as the holy grail of politics. For Christie, hanging out with the President gives him some national publicity, which people may vaguely remember in 2016 if Obama wins and Christie runs for President in 2016.
Another stupid post from the West Mifflin Home.
Da Black Man

Clearfield, PA

#40761 Oct 31, 2012
Meningitis outbreak toll: 377 illnesses, 29 deaths

If you think this is bad now wait for obamacare to kick in.

This will be know as the Obama Death Camp Board. A board made up of 12 hand picked Obama followers who will determine if the cost of keeping you alive is worth the cost. Off to the FEMA camps then for your final train ride in your black box already purchased.

“My name is Talky Tina...”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#40762 Oct 31, 2012
Da Black Man wrote:
This will be know as the Obama Death Camp Board. A board made up of 12 hand picked Obama followers who will determine if the cost of keeping you alive is worth the cost. Off to the FEMA camps then for your final train ride in your black box already purchased.
How many Terri Schiavo's do you want to pay for?

Oh - Suddenly...everyone's a Socialist!!!
Da Black Man

Clearfield, PA

#40763 Nov 1, 2012
Talky Tina wrote:
<quoted text>
How many Terri Schiavo's do you want to pay for?
Oh - Suddenly...everyone's a Socialist!!!
How many disable and old people to you want to get rid of?
Dave Rogers

West Mifflin, PA

#40764 Nov 1, 2012
Libya......Libya......Libya... ......

If the GOP didnt cut the funding for more security over the years
maybe those 4 people would be alive today in
Benghazi??????????

GOP CONGRESS SLUSHED FUNDS FOR "EMBASSY SECURITY":
2011 -$128 M CUT
2012 -$243 M CUT
2013 - PROPOSED $216 M CUT
Hillary Clinton -"The scope of the proposed house cuts is massive. The truth is that cuts of that level could be detrimental fo American national Security"
THANK REPUBLICANS FOR CREATING THE CONDITION FOR A TERRORIST ATTACK TO AN AMERICAN EMBASSY

Listen to Rep [R] Jason Chaffetz from Utah

LOOK HERE:


LIBYA........LIBYA......LIBYA. ..

Folks you cant make this shit up!!
Betsy Frog Legs

Clearfield, PA

#40765 Nov 1, 2012
Old Obama pulling the same thing he did during Benghazi. After visiting the disaster and people in turmoil, where is Obama going ,wherelse? VEGAS. First it was watching 4 men die in real time. Now it's millions of people with almost nothing. IT"S VEGAS TIME.
Talky Tina

Clearfield, PA

#40766 Nov 1, 2012
Talky Tina wrote:
<quoted text>
How many Terri Schiavo's do you want to pay for?
Oh - Suddenly...everyone's a Socialist!!!
Hey Muffin F ag. I see you have another new ID.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#40768 Nov 1, 2012
In five days we will return sanity to the White House and Senate. We can rebuilt America.

Voters have figured out that President Obama has no message, no agenda and not even much of an explanation for what he has done over the past four years. His campaign is based entirely on persuading people that Mitt Romney is a uniquely bad man, entirely dedicated to the rich, ignorant of the problems of the average person. As long as he could run his negative ads, the campaign at least kept voters away from the Romney bandwagon. But once we all met Mitt Romney for three 90-minute debates, we got to know him — and to like him. He was not the monster Obama depicted, but a reasonable person for whom we could vote.

As we stripped away Obama’s yearlong campaign of vilification, all the president offered us was more servings of negative ads — ads we had already dismissed as not credible. He kept doing the same thing even as it stopped working.

The result was that the presidential race reached a tipping point. Reasonable voters saw that the voice of hope and optimism and positivism was Romney while the president was only a nitpicking, quarrelsome, negative figure. The contrast does not work in Obama’s favor.

His erosion began shortly after the conventions when Indiana (10 votes) and North Carolina (15) moved to Romney (in addition to the 179 votes that states that McCain carried cast this year).

Then, in October, Obama lost the Southern swing states of Florida (29) and Virginia (13). He also lost Colorado (10), bringing his total to 255 votes.

And now, he faces the erosion of the northern swing states: Ohio (18), New Hampshire (4) and Iowa (6). Only in the union-anchored state of Nevada (9) does Obama still cling to a lead.

In the next few days, the battle will move to Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (15), Wisconsin (10) and Minnesota (16). Ahead in Pennsylvania, tied in Michigan and Wisconsin, and slightly behind in Minnesota, these new swing states look to be the battleground.

Or will the Romney momentum grow and wash into formerly safe Democratic territory in New Jersey and Oregon?

Once everyone discovers that the emperor has no clothes (or that Obama has no argument after the negative ads stopped working), the vote shift could be of historic proportions.

The impact on Senate races could be profound. Give the GOP easy pickups in Nebraska and North Dakota. Wisconsin has been a roller coaster. Once an easy win for Republican Tommy Thompson, then a likely loss as Democrat Tammy Baldwin caught up, and now Republican again, it will probably be a third pickup. Romney’s surge in Virginia is propelling George Allen to a good lead for the first time all campaign. In Montana, Republican Denny Rehberg holds and has held for some time a small lead over Democrat incumbent Jon Tester. And, in Pennsylvania, Smith has powered his campaign to a small lead over Democrat Bob Casey Jr.

The GOP now leads in these six takeaways. But it is also within easy striking distance in Ohio and Florida, where incumbents are under 50 percent and Republican challengers Connie Mack (Fla.) and Josh Mandel (Ohio) are only a few points behind. It may even be possible to entertain daydreams of Rhode Island (Barry Hinckley) and New Jersey (Joe Kyrillos) going Republican.

Republican losses? Look for a giveback in Maine and possibly in Indiana and Massachusetts. In Indiana, Republican Richard Mourdock had established a 5-point lead over Democrat Joe Donnelly. But his comments about rape knocked him back to a tie. With Romney carrying the state by 15 points, however, Mourdock could still make it. In Massachusetts, Brown has been in hand-to-hand combat with Elizabeth Warren. Down by five a few days ago, he’s now tied, but the undecided usually goes against the incumbent.

The most likely outcome? Eight GOP takeaways and two giveaways for a net gain of six. A 53-47 Senate, just like we have now, only opposite.

Barack Obama’s parting gift to the Democratic Party.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#40769 Nov 1, 2012
West Mifflin Idiot wrote:
Libya......Libya......Libya... ......
If the GOP didnt cut the funding for more security over the years
maybe those 4 people would be alive today in
Benghazi??????????
GOP CONGRESS SLUSHED FUNDS FOR "EMBASSY SECURITY":
2011 -$128 M CUT
2012 -$243 M CUT
2013 - PROPOSED $216 M CUT
Hillary Clinton -"The scope of the proposed house cuts is massive. The truth is that cuts of that level could be detrimental fo American national Security"
THANK REPUBLICANS FOR CREATING THE CONDITION FOR A TERRORIST ATTACK TO AN AMERICAN EMBASSY
Listen to Rep [R] Jason Chaffetz from Utah
LOOK HERE:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =RQbzkS3NpI8XX
LIBYA........LIBYA......LIBYA. ..
Folks you cant make this shit up!!
Yep, the Republican's went and done this all on their own. You're not to bright idiot. As usual you have no ide what you're posting.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#40770 Nov 1, 2012
Why The NY Times Poll Is Wrong

Whether deliberately or not, the New York Times/CBS/Quinnipiac Poll is wrong! It shows Obama carrying Ohio, Florida, and Virginia. In reality, Romney is leading in all three states and will carry them all.

Here’s the deal. The Times is weighting the raw survey data to reflect the ratio of Democrats to Republicans who voted in 2008. True, if we get the same massive turnout among minorities and young people that propelled Obama to victory in 2008, he will win this election and carry these states. But we won’t. All the polling shows that the electorate is now much more Republican and that GOP voters are much more motivated to turn out than their Democratic counterparts.

If we weight the Times results for the average turnout of the past four elections: 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010, we find Romney winning all three states. Republican pollster (the best of them all) John McLaughlin and I used exit polls from the past four elections to figure out how many Democrats and Republicans actually voted and then we averaged them together. Here are the real numbers:

FLORIDA

NY Times results: Obama +1

Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +7

Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Reps +1

Times overstates Dem vote by 8 points

Correct poll result: Romney +7

OHIO

NY Times results: Obama +5

Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +8

Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Dems +2

Times overstates Dem vote by 6 points

Correct poll result: Romney +1

VIRGINIA

NY Times results: Obama +2

Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +8

Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Reps +1

Times overstates Dem vote by 9 points

Correct poll result: Romney +7

And even these results don’t tell the full story. The Gallup Poll finds that the 2012 election will actually have more Republicans and fewer Democrats voting than any of the past four elections. In 2008, the electorate had 12 points more Democrats and Republicans. In 2004, the electorate was evenly divided. Gallup estimates that in 2012, there will be 3 points more Republicans voting than Democrats.

So the numbers above are not reflective of Romney’s real strength. He will do even better. And add to them the fact that the undecided vote goes against the incumbent, and you are looking at a real landslide.

Dick Morris

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#40771 Nov 1, 2012
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TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR THE MUTT
How old are you again?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#40772 Nov 1, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
In five days we will return sanity to the White House and Senate. We can rebuilt America.
Voters have figured out that President Obama has no message, no agenda and not even much of an explanation for what he has done over the past four years. His campaign is based entirely on persuading people that Mitt Romney is a uniquely bad man, entirely dedicated to the rich, ignorant of the problems of the average person. As long as he could run his negative ads, the campaign at least kept voters away from the Romney bandwagon. But once we all met Mitt Romney for three 90-minute debates, we got to know him — and to like him. He was not the monster Obama depicted, but a reasonable person for whom we could vote.
As we stripped away Obama’s yearlong campaign of vilification, all the president offered us was more servings of negative ads — ads we had already dismissed as not credible. He kept doing the same thing even as it stopped working.
The result was that the presidential race reached a tipping point. Reasonable voters saw that the voice of hope and optimism and positivism was Romney while the president was only a nitpicking, quarrelsome, negative figure. The contrast does not work in Obama’s favor.
His erosion began shortly after the conventions when Indiana (10 votes) and North Carolina (15) moved to Romney (in addition to the 179 votes that states that McCain carried cast this year).
Then, in October, Obama lost the Southern swing states of Florida (29) and Virginia (13). He also lost Colorado (10), bringing his total to 255 votes.
And now, he faces the erosion of the northern swing states: Ohio (18), New Hampshire (4) and Iowa (6). Only in the union-anchored state of Nevada (9) does Obama still cling to a lead.
In the next few days, the battle will move to Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (15), Wisconsin (10) and Minnesota (16). Ahead in Pennsylvania, tied in Michigan and Wisconsin, and slightly behind in Minnesota, these new swing states look to be the battleground.
Or will the Romney momentum grow and wash into formerly safe Democratic territory in New Jersey and Oregon?
Once everyone discovers that the emperor has no clothes (or that Obama has no argument after the negative ads stopped working), the vote shift could be of historic proportions.
The impact on Senate races could be profound. Give the GOP easy pickups in Nebraska and North Dakota. Wisconsin has been a roller coaster. Once an easy win for Republican Tommy Thompson, then a likely loss as Democrat Tammy Baldwin caught up, and now Republican again, it will probably be a third pickup. Romney’s surge in Virginia is propelling George Allen to a good lead for the first time all campaign. In Montana, Republican Denny Rehberg holds and has held for some time a small lead over Democrat incumbent Jon Tester. And, in Pennsylvania, Smith has powered his
Republican losses? Look for a giveback in Maine and possibly in Indiana and Massachusetts. In Indiana, Republican Richard Mourdock had established a 5-point lead over Democrat Joe Donnelly. But his comments about rape knocked him back to a tie. With Romney carrying the state by 15 points, however, Mourdock could still make it. In Massachusetts, Brown has been in hand-to-hand combat with Elizabeth Warren. Down by five a few days ago, he’s now tied, but the undecided usually goes against the incumbent.
The most likely outcome? Eight GOP takeaways and two giveaways for a net gain of six. A 53-47 Senate, just like we have now, only opposite.
Barack Obama’s parting gift to the Democratic Party.
Your so delusional;

http://www.electoral-vote.com/evp2012/Pres/Ma...
http://www.electoral-vote.com/evp2012/Senate/...
http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#40773 Nov 1, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
Why The NY Times Poll Is Wrong
Whether deliberately or not, the New York Times/CBS/Quinnipiac Poll is wrong! It shows Obama carrying Ohio, Florida, and Virginia. In reality, Romney is leading in all three states and will carry them all.
Here’s the deal. The Times is weighting the raw survey data to reflect the ratio of Democrats to Republicans who voted in 2008. True, if we get the same massive turnout among minorities and young people that propelled Obama to victory in 2008, he will win this election and carry these states. But we won’t. All the polling shows that the electorate is now much more Republican and that GOP voters are much more motivated to turn out than their Democratic counterparts.
If we weight the Times results for the average turnout of the past four elections: 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010, we find Romney winning all three states. Republican pollster (the best of them all) John McLaughlin and I used exit polls from the past four elections to figure out how many Democrats and Republicans actually voted and then we averaged them together. Here are the real numbers:
FLORIDA
NY Times results: Obama +1
Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +7
Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Reps +1
Times overstates Dem vote by 8 points
Correct poll result: Romney +7
OHIO
NY Times results: Obama +5
Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +8
Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Dems +2
Times overstates Dem vote by 6 points
Correct poll result: Romney +1
VIRGINIA
NY Times results: Obama +2
Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +8
Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Reps +1
Times overstates Dem vote by 9 points
Correct poll result: Romney +7
And even these results don’t tell the full story. The Gallup Poll finds that the 2012 election will actually have more Republicans and fewer Democrats voting than any of the past four elections. In 2008, the electorate had 12 points more Democrats and Republicans. In 2004, the electorate was evenly divided. Gallup estimates that in 2012, there will be 3 points more Republicans voting than Democrats.
So the numbers above are not reflective of Romney’s real strength. He will do even better. And add to them the fact that the undecided vote goes against the incumbent, and you are looking at a real landslide.
Dick Morris
We all make silly statements. We all make poor predictions. Indeed most Washington pundits are right as often as they are wrong. One Washington prognosticator, however, stands above the rest.

Step up, Dick Morris.

Morris was at one time a top political operative. From his guiding of now Congressman Jerry Nadler's student government campaign to his work for Bill Clinton, Morris was a winner. He was running another Bill Clinton campaign, in 1996, when he found himself embroiled in a sex scandal.

That imbroglio marked a turning point. Morris was no longer to work for Clinton. Instead, he reinvented himself as a writer and television pundit. It is this work that we celebrate here today.

Morris' ability to make statements and predictions that are often so, so wrong is exceptional. He has been called the "worst pundit in America". The more cynical among us might argue that the word "America" should be replaced with "world". Indeed, to recall all of Morris's spectacular failures would require more space than Santa is allotted for his Christmas list.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/08...

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#40774 Nov 1, 2012
Remember the narrative; "President Obama can't work with Republicans", well Chris Christie would disagree.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/01/nyregion/in...

Clear evidence that the Republicans in congress are the problem!
Mr Crumpets

Baltimore, MD

#40775 Nov 1, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
Why The NY Times Poll Is Wrong
Whether deliberately or not, the New York Times/CBS/Quinnipiac Poll is wrong! It shows Obama carrying Ohio, Florida, and Virginia. In reality, Romney is leading in all three states and will carry them all.
Here’s the deal. The Times is weighting the raw survey data to reflect the ratio of Democrats to Republicans who voted in 2008. True, if we get the same massive turnout among minorities and young people that propelled Obama to victory in 2008, he will win this election and carry these states. But we won’t. All the polling shows that the electorate is now much more Republican and that GOP voters are much more motivated to turn out than their Democratic counterparts.
If we weight the Times results for the average turnout of the past four elections: 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010, we find Romney winning all three states. Republican pollster (the best of them all) John McLaughlin and I used exit polls from the past four elections to figure out how many Democrats and Republicans actually voted and then we averaged them together. Here are the real numbers:
FLORIDA
NY Times results: Obama +1
Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +7
Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Reps +1
Times overstates Dem vote by 8 points
Correct poll result: Romney +7
OHIO
NY Times results: Obama +5
Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +8
Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Dems +2
Times overstates Dem vote by 6 points
Correct poll result: Romney +1
VIRGINIA
NY Times results: Obama +2
Dem/Rep ratio in Times poll: Dems +8
Average ratio Dem/Rep past four elections: Reps +1
Times overstates Dem vote by 9 points
Correct poll result: Romney +7
And even these results don’t tell the full story. The Gallup Poll finds that the 2012 election will actually have more Republicans and fewer Democrats voting than any of the past four elections. In 2008, the electorate had 12 points more Democrats and Republicans. In 2004, the electorate was evenly divided. Gallup estimates that in 2012, there will be 3 points more Republicans voting than Democrats.
So the numbers above are not reflective of Romney’s real strength. He will do even better. And add to them the fact that the undecided vote goes against the incumbent, and you are looking at a real landslide.
Dick Morris
OK then;
If Dick Morris shit his pants
Then
If Dick Morris picked his nose
Then
If Dick Morris ate the booger
Then
If Dick Morris would make some stew
Then
If Dick Morris sold his mother as a sex slave to
Somali pirates

Then Romney would win for sure...

Hahahahaaa

Dick Morris...getting a bit desparate are we now..
Dick Morris woww now that's journalism Fox News Style

So, where's the Glenn Beck numbers?
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#40776 Nov 1, 2012
Dick Morris is the worst ever political pundit.

He is seriously the dumbest person working in politics today. After McCain picked Palin he said, "But it was McCain’s gutsy selection of Palin that opened the door to victory." Every single one of his predictions in 2008 was wrong.

Every.

Single.

One.

So today he's out there predicting that, not only will Romney win, but he'll win in a landslide.

----------

Reasonable voters saw that the voice of hope and optimism and positivism was Romney while the president was only a nitpicking, quarrelsome, negative figure. The contrast does not work in Obama’s favor.

His erosion began shortly after the conventions when Indiana (10 votes) and North Carolina (15) moved to Romney (in addition to the 179 votes that states that McCain carried cast this year).

Then, in October, Obama lost the Southern swing states of Florida (29) and Virginia (13). He also lost Colorado (10), bringing his total to 255 votes.

And now, he faces the erosion of the northern swing states: Ohio (18), New Hampshire (4) and Iowa (6). Only in the union-anchored state of Nevada (9) does Obama still cling to a lead.

In the next few days, the battle will move to Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (15), Wisconsin (10) and Minnesota (16). Ahead in Pennsylvania, tied in Michigan and Wisconsin, and slightly behind in Minnesota, these new swing states look to be the battleground.

Or will the Romney momentum grow and wash into formerly safe Democratic territory in New Jersey and Oregon?

Once everyone discovers that the emperor has no clothes (or that Obama has no argument after the negative ads stopped working), the vote shift could be of historic proportions.

----------

Never mind that Michigan has 15 electoral votes and not 16.

And that Minnesota has 10 and not 16.

And that Colorado has 9 and not 10.

And Nevada has 6 and not 9.

Dick Morris is a dumbass of epic proportions. But the wingnuts on Topix quote him all the time to support their irrational beliefs.

If you listen to stupid people, you will believe and say stupid things.
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#40777 Nov 1, 2012
Latest swing state polls:

Colorado: Obama 50%, Romney 47%(We Ask America)

Colorado: Romney 46%, Obama 45%(Reuters/Ipsos)

Ohio: Obama 50%, Romney 45%(Quinnipiac)

Ohio: Obama 50%, Romney 45%(Public Policy Polling)

Ohio: Obama 48%, Romney 46%(University of Cincinnati)

Ohio: Obama 48%, Romney 45%(Reuters/Ipsos)

Florida: Obama 48%, Romney 47%(Quinnipiac)

Florida: Romney 50%, Obama 47%(Gravis)

Florida: Romney 50%, Obama 49%(We Ask America)

Florida: Obama 47%, Romney 47%(Reuters/Ipsos)

Iowa: Obama 50%, Romney 45%(Public Policy Polling)

Iowa: Romney 45%, Obama 44%(University of Iowa)

Iowa: Obama 49%, Romney 47%(We Ask America)

Michigan: Obama 48%, Romney 45%(Detroit News)

Michigan: Obama 48%, Romney 42%(EPIC-MRA)

North Carolina: Obama 49%, Romney 49%(Public Policy Polling)

Pennsylvania: Obama 48%, Romney 44%(Franklin and Marshall)

Virginia: Obama 49%, Romney 47%(Quinnipiac)

Virginia: Romney 49%, Obama 44%(Roanoke)

Virginia: Obama 48%, Romney 46%(Reuters/Ipsos)

Wisconsin: Obama 51%, Romney 46%(Public Policy Polling)

Wisconsin: Obama 51%, Romney 43%(Marquette Law)

Not seeing 270 for Romney anywhere. LOL!
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#40778 Nov 1, 2012
Americans Still Give Obama Better Odds to Win Election

54% of Americans think Obama will win; 34% predict Romney

http://www.gallup.com/poll/158444/americans-g...
gshoes

Pittsburgh, PA

#40779 Nov 1, 2012
Obamas ahead.four more years. Go cry tal
Taliban teabaggers

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#40780 Nov 1, 2012
Dove Ragers wrote:
Dove Ragers? LMAO

I bet it took you 3 weeks to come up with that one.

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