Who do you support for Governor in Pe...

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#41104 Nov 3, 2012
Teddy teddy teddy get it together boy, your slipping. You need to pull your ignorant ass up by your racial hating tea bag slipper strings and just yap yap yappa as typical
Reverend Irreverent

Elyria, OH

#41105 Nov 3, 2012
Yours is far worse, bucko. At least I hope it's attempted humor. I'd be saddened if you were trying to act legitimate in light of your many vague responses.

I tend to feel that a bored person with some programming knowledge, a strong ideology and an impressive sense of pride is capable of many things. Including a program that posts news stories and poll numbers with the few human excerpts being...well...just not too smart. This is a poster i've addressed many times in the past, in this thread and elsewhere, and received no response that a pre-made article or poll/survey didn't predominantly speak for.

Now how about the business aside? Educate me on basic business practice, successful business owner.

Don't let me ruin your Saturday though. Your bubble seems comfortable and I hope you have a great election day as you pick one of the two men that your corporate leaders want you to decide between.
Ted Rogers

Washington, DC

#41106 Nov 3, 2012
Reverend Irreverent wrote:
<quoted text>
My vote would be for Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate. I share his ideas more than either of the others in both social and economic policy. But Johnson has no shot, so yes, my vote
will amount to nothing. I'm not a fool.
But enjoy whichever Demopublican candidate we end up with. Just be sure to look into who has received their bribes from whom, so at least you know which corporate interests you'll be hopping into bed with.
OK Ok I get you...

Good Luck
Ted Rogers

Washington, DC

#41107 Nov 3, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Obama Still Has A Massive Lead In A New Ohio Poll
Consider:
Obama's favorability rating stands at 52 percent positive and 45 percent negative. Romney's remains underwater at 45-48.
Obama leads Romney on handling the economy, 48-46.
Obama leads Romney 50-41 on handling foreign policy.
Obama's approval rating sits at 50 percent, just at the "safe" level that typically precludes an incumbent's re-election.
And in another result from the poll that's good news for Obama, 72 percent of voters approve of how the president is handling the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Obama's 6-point lead in Ohio is larger than most other polls show at this point. But the Real Politics Average puts the president up about 3 points with only three days before Election Day.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ohio-florida-p...
Fantastic news...let them splinter...you can see it now with this new "Libertarian" Tea Bagger going at it with old Taxi..

This is their future...hahaha

Splitter groups galore...

Bye, Bye now

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41108 Nov 3, 2012
Liberals loved Dick Morris until he seen what they turned into and left.

*****

Obama Hit By Storm Backlash

Natural disasters usually follow the same political trajectory: First the incumbent experiences a bounce as he tours the impacted area, shows his concern, and pledges help to his beleaguered constituents. But then reality sets in and the shortages, delays, mishaps, deaths, and devastation becomes apparent and people turn against the incumbent.

George W. Bush had his Katrina.

And now Barack Obama has his Sandy.

Last week, Obama asserted a kind of ownership of the storm by touring New Jersey in the now infamous embrace of Republican stalwart Governor Chris Christie. Now that we are all appalled by the lack of food, gas, water, heat, and the basic essentials of life throughout the storm zone, Obama’s government doesn’t look so good anymore.

Why didn't FEMA stockpile food, water, and gasoline? We had a week’s notice to prepare for Sandy. There was no shortage of time. Did the government not realize that people needed to eat, drink, and drive?

All throughout America, we are asking these questions of our television sets as we watch the evolving story of human misery.

Meanwhile, Obama has resumed the campaign trail, pounding the opposition in the same relentless and partisan style which he used before the storm. When Obama said that voting was “the best revenge,” he threw away whatever presidentiality he displayed in touring storm damage earlier in the week.

As he entered the last week before the Congressional election of 1994, President Clinton returned to the U.S. after having presided over the signing of a peace treaty between Israel and Jordan. He called me on his return and asked where he should campaign? Which incumbent Democrats should he try to help get re-elected?

I told him he should not campaign for any of them.

“No, you don’t understand,” he explained. I just came back from the Middle East and my ratings are up ten points. Before, I would have hurt the candidates I campaigned for, but not now. Now I can help them.”

“Your ratings are up because your trip hyped your presidentiality. Now, if you start campaigning, you’ll look like a politician and your ratings will come down again. You’ll end up doing more harm than good to those you are trying to help.”

He disregarded the advice and lost both houses of Congress in the elections.

Now Obama is making the same mistake. By campaigning, particularly by using the same harsh partisan rhetoric which has characterized his campaign, Obama is dragging down his ratings and with it his chances of victory.

Particularly when we see the juxtaposition of the mounting disaster in New York and New Jersey and the President out on the campaign trail attacking his opponents, we realize that Obama is a candidate before he is president, more worried about his second term than the welfare of his constituents.

In yesterday’s polling numbers, I saw a rise in Obama’s ratings and warned that the race was far from over. Now, we see him throwing it all away and resuming his crash into a single term presidency.
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41109 Nov 3, 2012
Reverend Irreverent wrote:
Yours is far worse, bucko. At least I hope it's attempted humor. I'd be saddened if you were trying to act legitimate in light of your many vague responses.
I tend to feel that a bored person with some programming knowledge, a strong ideology and an impressive sense of pride is capable of many things. Including a program that posts news stories and poll numbers with the few human excerpts being...well...just not too smart. This is a poster i've addressed many times in the past, in this thread and elsewhere, and received no response that a pre-made article or poll/survey didn't predominantly speak for.
Now how about the business aside? Educate me on basic business practice, successful business owner.
Don't let me ruin your Saturday though. Your bubble seems comfortable and I hope you have a great election day as you pick one of the two men that your corporate leaders want you to decide between.
You "tend to feel", do you "bucko"?

!LOL!

Business owners tend to act on knowledge rather than feelings.

So you'd describe your requirements for a programmer who can create a bot to run on Topix this way:
* a bored person
* some programming knowledge
* strong ideology
* impressive sense of pride

You are clueless in what is required to write the bot code, have it read a post, have it interpet a post, have it look up a response from a data base, and have it reply to a post.

A dishonest programmer with web and server expertise would suck your account empty.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41110 Nov 3, 2012
LMAO....@ your "Brett LoGiurato" source. I wonder if he has enough experience to wipe his ass?

Brett LoGiurato is a political reporter for Business Insider. He graduated from Syracuse University in 2011 with degrees in newspaper and online journalism and political science.

*****
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Obama Still Has A Massive Lead In A New Ohio Poll
Consider:
Obama's favorability rating stands at 52 percent positive and 45 percent negative. Romney's remains underwater at 45-48.
Obama leads Romney on handling the economy, 48-46.
Obama leads Romney 50-41 on handling foreign policy.
Obama's approval rating sits at 50 percent, just at the "safe" level that typically precludes an incumbent's re-election.
And in another result from the poll that's good news for Obama, 72 percent of voters approve of how the president is handling the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Obama's 6-point lead in Ohio is larger than most other polls show at this point. But the Real Politics Average puts the president up about 3 points with only three days before Election Day.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ohio-florida-p...
Ted Rogers

District Heights, MD

#41111 Nov 3, 2012
Let the fragmenting begin....
dpssf

Greencastle, PA

#41112 Nov 3, 2012
Cleveland 2008, Obama drew 80,000 people

Fast forward to this morning in Cleveland, only 4,000 showed up

Also today in Cleveland, Obama supporter, Stevie Wonder, had a get out the vote rally, only 200 were there.
Elaine Cummings

West Mifflin, PA

#41113 Nov 3, 2012
In three more days we'll see a Supernova. Barbara Streisand's head will explode and become a Red Dwarf who in turn be swallowed by a Black Hole.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41114 Nov 3, 2012
dpssf wrote:
Cleveland 2008, Obama drew 80,000 people
Fast forward to this morning in Cleveland, only 4,000 showed up
Also today in Cleveland, Obama supporter, Stevie Wonder, had a get out the vote rally, only 200 were there.
I wonder what the excuse will be from our Topix liberals? I know, they will not respond.
Erik Erikson

New Kensington, PA

#41115 Nov 3, 2012
Red State Cashes IN!

Too many of my friends have gotten so focused on the outcome and are so convinced the country as they know it is over if the other side wins that they are joyless to be around right now. They are full of dread and worry and fear. They’ve lost their sense of humor. They cannot laugh at themselves, their side, or much of anything. They are mad at others, myself included, for not being as worked up as they are. The frenzy has become a purity test, not the conviction.

God is sovereign. And whether you are for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, set your sights on God, not November 6th, and be happy. In four years, we really will do this all over again whether right now you think so or not. There is no permanence except in Heaven.

That last bold is his bold, not mine. I think Erik needs to ask himself how these people who can't tell a fact from a pile of horse s%#t in the middle of the road, got worked up into this frenzy in the first place. Maybe Erik is going the way of some other moderate Republicans who realize they've lost their party to a bunch of Tea Party crazies who have been transformed into brainless zombies doing as they are commanded to do, and he wants to transform his party into a legitimate opposition party that will work for the betterment of our country rather than for a few Oligarchs. Nah! All the crap he's had on that site for the last several years says he's not at all sincere.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#41116 Nov 3, 2012
The I guess Romney will have no trouble winning Ohio, and the election...right, dunce?
Virginia Ham

New Kensington, PA

#41117 Nov 3, 2012
Guess What Tea Baggers--

Mitt isn't doing so well in Virginia:

The greenvilleonline.com reports that Mitt Romneys first two rallies in Virginia on Thursday were strikingly smaller than similar events just two weeks ago with large empty spaces and crowds totaling no more than 2,500 a stark contrast to the droves that attended rallies in places like Chesapeake and Leesburg following Romney's successful performance in the presidential debates. The final rally, at an amphitheater in Virginia Beach on Thursday evening, was significantly larger than the earlier events.

President Obamas campaign last week thursday Oct 25th in Richmond, VA had a crowd of 15,000.

Romneys campaign in Doswell, VA only 25 miles from Richmond, VA had no more than 2,500 people, even though he campaigned there with Gov Bob McDonnell, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, US Senate Candidate George Allen, VA Attorney General Ken Kucinnelli.

People are starting to smell the defeat. Paul Ryan shopping his next steps, campaign consultants bolting, and Kochs and Adelson turning off the money tap!

Have a blessed day!

Ginnie
Ted Rogers

District Heights, MD

#41118 Nov 3, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text> I wonder what the excuse will be from our Topix liberals? I know, they will not respond.
maybe they're early voting....
maybe the circumstances were somewhat different for the last occasion?
In 2008 was it held days before the election and after he has spent days stumping all throughout the state?

I mean I don't have all the answers but Obama seems to be polling pretty well there anyway..

maybe the Stevie Wonder concert wasn't promoted well...

So there's one of about 13,000 ways to respond to this,,,
daylight savings time?
everyone was watching Fox News? i don't think so...but who knows

times change?
maybe some are not Stevie Wonder fans?

why are the polls showing Obama is still ahead?
oh i forgot all the pollsters are on Obama's payroll...sorry, I forgot about your sorry ass idiotic ideology whoops...
Reverend Irreverent

Farmington, MI

#41119 Nov 3, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
You "tend to feel", do you "bucko"?
!LOL!
Business owners tend to act on knowledge rather than feelings.
So you'd describe your requirements for a programmer who can create a bot to run on Topix this way:
* a bored person
* some programming knowledge
* strong ideology
* impressive sense of pride
You are clueless in what is required to write the bot code, have it read a post, have it interpet a post, have it look up a response from a data base, and have it reply to a post.
A dishonest programmer with web and server expertise would suck your account empty.
Where's the sense of business expertise you were going to attempt to impart in me? Or was that just more empty rhetoric on you part? Or are you going to predictably go the route of "You're not smart enough to grasp my intricate knowledge of business" that reigns over this thread?

Honestly, just save the energy. You'll go to any length to appear more knowledgeable than people you oppose. I could say George Washington was the nation's first president and you'd try to troll and argue otherwise.

Even if I say my bot comment was just a veiled insult directed at TaxNoMore, it doesn't matter. I know people with respectable computer skill who can easily handle the program and installing it. You're really reaching. So much so that you've ignored every other question I've extended in order to fight me over a comment regarding bot-for-profit.

I'd ask you the same ones but I don't anticipate answers. Just attempts to twist semantics and revisionism. That's been your calling card throughout your stay in this forum.
dpssf

Greencastle, PA

#41120 Nov 3, 2012
Obama refuses to answer about storm victims frustration

http://.whitehousedossier.com/ 2012/11/03/obama-refuses-answe r-storm-victims-frustrations/
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41121 Nov 3, 2012
Obama camp - We are intentionally limiting crowd size at rallies:

The New York Times reported that the Obama campaign said that it is intentionally limiting crowd size at their events because of security and cost:

"Our focus right now is on exciting our supporters and winning over undecided voters and the smaller and medium-size events are the best venue to accomplish that because the president can closely engage with the crowd."

Big rallies are expensive, especially given the logistical and security challenges for a president as opposed to a mere United States senator. And Obama campaign operatives, both at the Chicago headquarters and in swing states where Mr. Obama recently has stumped, say the campaign intentionally limits crowds by restricting tickets. The reason is to allow the president to better connect with supporters, aides said.
Since President Obama is ahead in Ohio he only has to make a 'Cameo' appearance and speak to smaller crowds.
THE DICE MAN

Mountain Top, PA

#41122 Nov 3, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text> I wonder what the excuse will be from our Topix liberals? I know, they will not respond.
Then it will be NO PIE FOR THEM. 1 YEAR.
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#41123 Nov 3, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
<quoted text>What ideas? LOL
Sorry, it was not on CNN FOX or any other corporate controlled media sources you frequent but...

Foreign Policy - Given trillion-dollar deficits, America simply cannot afford to be engaged in foreign policy programs that are not clearly protecting U.S. interests. There is nation-building and rebuilding to be done right here at home.

Drug Policy Reform - By managing marijuana like alcohol and tobacco – regulating, taxing and enforcing its lawful use – America will be better off. The billions saved on marijuana interdiction, along with the billions captured as legal revenue, can be redirected against the individuals committing real crimes against society.

many more here:
http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/issues

so before you sound off 'What ideas?' and make yourself look like the idiot you are, maybe you should do a little research or pay attention to sources outside of CNN/CBS and FOX.

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