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TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41506 Nov 5, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
Yeah, the blame game has begun and the election isn’t even over. Funny he should bring up Hispanic and black voters. Latino Decisions found that Hispanics support President Obama in historic numbers — 73 percent. They believe that’s enough to carry President Obama to victory in four swing states and ultimately to win re-election. Those four swing states are Nevada, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida.
Read more at http://themoderatevoice.com/166682/sen-lindse...
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LQQK HERE:

4 Yrs at Private College =$130,468;

Median-Priced Existing Home =$173,100;

U.S. Debt Per American Under 18 =$218,676

( CNSNews.com )- If Americans under the age of 18 were required as a group to pay off the entirety of the federal government’s debt in equal shares, each would now need to pay about $218,676.

That is more than the $130,468 average price tag for four years at a private college or the $173,100 median price for an existing one-family home in the United States.

During the time Barack Obama has been president, the U.S. government debt has increased from approximately $143,255 per American under 18

to approximately $218,676 per American under 18-

-a climb of $75,421 or about 53 percent.

As of Nov. 1, the total national debt was $16,221,685,381,838.28,

according to the Bureau of the Public Debt.

On Jan. 20, 2009, when Obama was inaugurated,

it was $10,626,877,048,913.08.

Thus, during Obama’s presidency, the U.S. government debt has increased $5,594,808,332,925.20.

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/4-yrs-private ...
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#41507 Nov 5, 2012
I think Graham knows this, but he's all-but-certain to go nuts. It's not just that conservative Republicans will say Romney wasn't conservative enough, it's that there's zero chance that they will admit the only thing that gave him a prayer of winning this election was his sudden lurch to the center, starting with the first debate.
Remember, throughout the primary campaign and throughout the summer, Romney ran as a solid conservative. When Romney picked a running mate, he picked the most conservative choice possible. He made no attempt whatsoever to move to the middle during his convention. Remember the Clint Eastwood nonsense? That wasn't about broadening Romney's appeal. And when the 47 percent video came out, Romney didn't try to distance himself from it—he embraced it.

Through that entire stretch, Romney saw his poll numbers get worse and worse.(Check out Nate Silver's trend lines here.) Romney's numbers didn't start to improve until after the first debate, during which he presented himself as a moderate. It was during that debate that Romney said he would maintain the most popular parts of Obamacare, wouldn't cut taxes on the wealthy, and would emphasize bipartisanship.

Sure, what Romney said was a load of bull, but thanks to the fact that President Obama treated the debate like a joint press conference, Romney got away with his moderate act. And his numbers began to climb. Moderate Mitt had made this a race again.

But then the second and third debates came, and both the president and his campaign made the case that Romney was merely faking his moderation in order to win votes. Romney vigorously contested this, claiming that he'd actually supported bailing out the auto industry, that he supported Obama's position on Iraq and Afghanistan, and that he didn't support any policy that would deny women birth control coverage. This time, however, the pushback against Romney's claim to moderation raised question about his authenticity and honesty, eliminating most if not all of the gains from his first debate performance.

None of this will sway the right-wing base of the Republican Party, of course. Lindsey Graham is destined to go nuts. But at least he'll know that he's right.
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41508 Nov 5, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Mitt Romney's campaign is finally admitting to itself that the election has slipped away.
But what’s more telling are a series of quotes from Romney campaign officials. Again, there are the normal caveats about the private polling showing their man holding onto a tight lead.
But then we get this:“At a rally this morning in New Hampshire, I asked a senior Mitt Romney campaign adviser what the campaign had planned in the final crucial days. His answer was swift.'Praying'.”
And this:“One adviser this morning was even more candid: "I'm not saying (Mr. Obama) is definitely going to lose."
And finally this: "We're the challengers. We always knew we could lose," one aide told me here in Dubuque. "They [the Obama camp] never contemplated they could lose."
Mitt Romney’s lost the election. His own campaign team is starting to admit that to the world. Perhaps more importantly, they’re starting to admit it to themselves.
You're to be pitied, danny BOY, frantically flopping around like fish on a dock stating "Mitt Romney’s lost the election."

The election is TOMORROW, not yesterday, despite your 'insider' contrivance of this comment "Mitt Romney's campaign is finally admitting to itself that the election has slipped away".

Those polls you drool over have you confused. Wipe your chin, BOY.

You're like a jilted boyfriend linguistically deconstructing every freaking word in your get-lost letter hoping to find SOME reason it's not so!

Buck up, BOY, and stand up straight.

Obama may lose. Unimaginable, eh BOY, after saying month after month that Obama's reelection is "INEVITABLE" and "A FOREGONE CONCLUSION."

No wonder you're in panic mode.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41509 Nov 5, 2012
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WaPo-ABC tracking poll: final weekend tally is Obama 50, Romney 47, still a ‘margin of error’ contest

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Obama Wins!!!!!!!

It's final!!!!!
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41510 Nov 5, 2012
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WaPo-ABC tracking poll: final weekend tally is Obama 50, Romney 47, still a ‘margin of error’ contest

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Obama Wins!!!!!!!

It's final!!!!!

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"Actually"

It's called skull fu-king the Brain-dead obummer drones

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Brain-dead

A increadibly idiotic individual who hasn't a sustance for anything that is going on.

He or she is stupid, retarded, mental, ignorant, annoying, funny to make fun of, or any combination of the previous terms.

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dannyboy and fellow marxist drones
Randy L

West Mifflin, PA

#41511 Nov 5, 2012
Graham was one of few R Senators to support McCain in 2000. Most of the rest understood he was temperamentally unsuitable to be President, something clearly demonstrated during the campaign 4 years ago

Graham is a closeted gay who is still supporting the Republican homophobic agenda

he is already nuts

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#41512 Nov 5, 2012
Rick Perry is a closet gay as well
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#41513 Nov 5, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
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WaPo-ABC tracking poll: final weekend tally is Obama 50, Romney 47, still a ‘margin of error’ contest
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Obama Wins!!!!!!!
It's final!!!!!
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"Actually"
It's called skull fu-king the Brain-dead obummer drones
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Brain-dead
A increadibly idiotic individual who hasn't a sustance for anything that is going on.
He or she is stupid, retarded, mental, ignorant, annoying, funny to make fun of, or any combination of the previous terms.
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dannyboy and fellow marxist drones
I guess when you can't argue facts all you have left is name calling.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#41514 Nov 5, 2012
The racist tea bag warrior is angry president Obama will win this election knowing that his vote for flipper means nothing. All he can do now is vent on this here internet, what a ignorant dumb ass he is.

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41515 Nov 5, 2012
bobby6464 wrote:
Rick Perry is a closet gay as well
You and Rick have a lot in common then.

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41516 Nov 5, 2012
The national poll that shows the race tied 49-49....are you ready? Over samples Dems +11. Are they ever going to be surprised!

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41517 Nov 5, 2012
Romney will take all swing states and it will be a landslide... Romney takes all!
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41518 Nov 5, 2012
Obama's war on coal and Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia workers is well documented. How can ANY Pennsylvanian vote for Obama when he's declared a war on their livelihood?

“If someone wants to build a new coal-fired power plant they can, but it will bankrupt them,” candidate Obama promised.

"First he tried a massive cap-and-trade plan. It failed. The day after the 2010 [Republican] landslide election, he said:“Cap-and-trade was just one way of skinning the cat.” Now he's abusing regulatory power to accomplish the same deeply destructive goal of bankrupting coal."

Pennsylvanian teamsters, coal miners and gas and oil energy producers now KNOW that Obama is an enemy of unions and coal production employers.

Blocking and halting the Keystone pipeline and drilling in the Gulf are fore-tellers of Obama's' energy plans for the next four years. Today's doubling of gasoline prices in Obama's first four years hints at how much MORE expensive gasoline will rise in the next four years.

Have you found spending $50 to fill your gas tank a hardship? You'll need a hundred dollar bill by 2016 if Obama is reelected.

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41519 Nov 5, 2012
21 NEWSPAPERS SWITCH TO ROMNEY!!...
500 retired generals, admirals announce support for Mitt!!...

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41520 Nov 5, 2012
"The SEALs removed one threat to America, now it's time for the voters to remove the other." - Retired Navy SEAL Brad Nagel
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#41521 Nov 5, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
The national poll that shows the race tied 49-49....are you ready? Over samples Dems +11. Are they ever going to be surprised!
Do you know who claims the polls are rigged? The team that's losing!

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41522 Nov 5, 2012
"Don't boo, vote! Vote for revenge!"

"Vote for revenge? Revenge? Don't vote for revenge, vote for love of country."

Choose your president wisely.....Vote Romney!

Obama is a divider. That's a fact.

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41523 Nov 5, 2012
Obama’s Inflated Jobs Claim

In a new TV ad, President Obama makes an inflated claim to have added 5.2 million new jobs. The total added during his time in office is actually about 325,000.

In the ad, the president says “over 5 million new jobs” while the figure “5.2 million” appears on screen. But that’s a doubly misleading figure.

Viewers would need to pay close attention to the on-screen graphic to know that the ad refers only to employment gains starting in March 2010, omitting the 4.3 million jobs that were lost in the first year of Obama’s term.
And there’s no way a viewer would know that the total counts only private-sector jobs, omitting continuing losses in government employment.
According to the most recent employment figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the economy has eked out a net gain of 325,000 jobs since January 2009, when Obama took office. And that’s giving credit for roughly 386,000 jobs that the BLS has announced, on a preliminary basis, that it will be adding to this year’s employment totals next year, as a result of its routine annual “benchmarking” analysis.

Looking only at private-sector jobs, it’s true that the total has risen just under 5.2 million since February 2010 — provided that credit is given for roughly 453,000 private-sector jobs to be added next year through the BLS benchmarking process. But over Obama’s entire term, those private-sector jobs have gone up only 967,000, even counting benchmarking additions.

Other claims in the ad are essentially accurate: Exports are rising; home values have begun to recover; U.S. automakers are making profits, for example. And viewers can judge for themselves how they feel about the “plan for the next four years” that the president briefly outlines in the ad, which is couched in broad generalities.

But viewers who follow the ad’s invitation to visit an Obama website for further information will find some false and misleading claims. There, the campaign, for example, states that “Mitt Romney criticized the end of the Iraq war as ‘tragic,’ and has offered no plan withdraw our troops from Afghanistan.”

In fact, as we’ve reported before, Romney did not call the end of the Iraq war “tragic.” He used that word to describe the president’s pace of troop withdrawal, not ending a war. And more important, there is no longer any difference between Romney’s position and Obama’s plan to pull all U.S. combat troops out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014. Romney, whose position has evolved from criticism to unqualified acceptance, said during the final presidential debate on the night before the ad was released:“[W]hen I’m president, we’ll make sure we bring our troops out by the end of 2014.”

– Brooks Jackson

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41524 Nov 5, 2012
The Obama Fuzzy Math continues........Obama Claims he added 5.2 million Jobs. Factcheck says that is about 325,000. BUT we LOST a lot more jobs so Obama is still in actual negative numbers. REMEMBER most jobs are TEMP and/or PART TIME.... 2/3's actually....
http://factcheck.org/2012/10/obamas-inflated-...

Since: Oct 12

West Mifflin, Pa

#41525 Nov 5, 2012
Walk out of the speech and into the voting booth to vote that sorry excuse for a president out of office. Clinton also had the audacity to claim "You can count on Barack Obama." Well, I suppose you can...count on him to leave ambassadors and citizens to die, count on him to make our energy prices "necessarily skyrocket", count on him to campaign or play golf instead of doing his job, count on him to ignore the constitution to do what he wants...

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