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Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41575 Nov 5, 2012
bobby6464 wrote:
Quit your whining tea bag. Stand on your own wittle two feets, pull your self up by your slipper laces, ha a ha ha hahe he ahh ahhhhhhhhhh ignorant tea bag dumb ass
Definition of Whining:

1. To utter a plaintive, high-pitched, protracted sound, as in pain, fear, supplication, or complaint.
2. To complain or protest in a childish fashion.
3. To produce a sustained noise of relatively high pitch: jet engines whining.

Which definition applies to your post bobby6464?
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41576 Nov 5, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text>
Newsweek said Obama is gay so it must be true. lol
You are correct, sir...
http://images.politico.com/global/2012/05/nw_...

Who could question the validity of polls or articles.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41577 Nov 5, 2012
From around the Web.

Black Panthers "guarding" the polls and the sidewalks of inner city Board of Elections today during early voting. Obama staffers are reportedly calling Democrats to come to the polls early, because of low turnout.

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VOTE TO RESTORE HONOR AND INTEGRITY TO THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!

VOTE FOR MITT....

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55 MILLION babies murdered since RvW.

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500 FORMER GENERALS, ADMIRALS ANNOUNCE SUPPORT FOR ROMNEY IN POWERFUL FULL-PAGE AD

Roughly 500 senior military officials are endorsing Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in a full-page ad set to run in the Washington Times on Monday, the Washington Free Beacon reports.

“We, the undersigned, proudly support Governor Mitt Romney as our nation’s next President and Commander-in-Chief,” the ad reads, followed by a staggering list of names and titles. Many of the signatories are former generals and admirals.

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THOUSANDS OF BALLOTS UNLIKELY TO REACH MILITARY VOTERS IN TIME

A group of Republican senators said Monday that thousands of voter ballots are unlikely to reach military service members until after Nov. 6.

One day ahead of the election, Sens. John Cornyn (R-Texas), Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), John McCain (R-Ariz.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) sent a letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta to express their concern over delays in ballots reaching military voters overseas.

“We write to express concerns over another serious failure by the Department of Defense (DoD) to safeguard the voting rights of our overseas military service members, which we believe could result in the imminent disenfranchisement of thousands,” the letter stated.
Mail redirection in the military can take between 14 to 50 days, meaning a ballot could reach the voter possibly more than a month after ballots have to be mailed back in order to be counted. The Military Postal Service Agency (MPSA) identified problems with the system after the 2010 election, but hasn’t implemented changes.

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Actually, Susan, as a military spouse, I haven't heard very many military members say that they do support President Obama. As a matter of fact they are scared of more cut backs if he is re elected.

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Colleen A McDonald who lost 3 dealerships that were very successful and had been ranked in the top 200 in the country:

"It's been over 3 years and we are still defending ourselves. Not only was it bad enough that our businesses were closed, Obama's task force along with GM and Chrylser execs had to make their story sound better by telling the world that they shut down the underperformers, the "bad" dealers. Just like Lisa comments about the success of their store, I hear that same story all over the country. Make no mistake...the decision to close dealerships was poorly thought out and who to close was even more corrupt. It's embarrassing as a US Citizen to talk about capitalism and the American Dream just to have our own President close viable, probitable businesses employing over 100,000 people and affecting over 1,000,000 lives to actually pat himself on the back and to use it as a basis for re-election. The forced Bankrupty of GM and Chrysler is nothing to be proud of. Not to mention that he gave the Chrysler to an Italian company. How un-American is that. I only pray that tomorrow justice is served and President Obama is voted out of office for detroying the American Dream, making a joke of capitalism, destroying the hopes and dreams of our children and passing on so much debt to the younger generation, not to mention the apology tour discrediting our veterans. I could never understand how anyone would think by closing down businesses was a good idea. We need to clean house in Washington!"

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41579 Nov 5, 2012
30,000+ RALLY FOR ROMNEY IN PENNSYLVANIA

An enormous rally for Mitt Romney in Bucks County, PA had people incredulous and tweeting like fury:

@robertcostaNRO my mother is at the Bucks County Romney rally. Says she has never seen a crowd like this. Dwarfs the Bush '04 rally crowd at the same farm.

@robertcostaNRO "The rally doesn't even start for hours, but it feels like a Republican Woodstock." -- my mom, calling from Yardley, PA, a swing area.

@itabramg Traffic backup at Edgewood Shopping Cntr, 1.5 miles to Romney's rally at Shady Brook Farm, Yardley, PA #election2012

@dgjackson WOW! One of the biggest crowds I have ever seen. This is quite the welcome in Pennsylvania. pic.twitter.com/g452PGXz

From Twitchy:
The rally isn’t scheduled to begin until 5:30 pm ET, but tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians have already descended on Bucks County, Pa., to show their support for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The Pa. rally comes on the heels of a massive rally in Cleveland just hours ago.

How big is the crowd? No official figures yet, but some Twitter users say at least 25,000:

@klittleton1 At Romney Victory Rally in Yardley PA. More security here than #Benghazi at least 25k-30k #tcot

@fran chambers According to a source familiar with tonight's Romney event, 30,000 people are expected to attend.

@ChrisStigall Pouring in...starting to overflow.@MittRomney @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/jsGoaNhg

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41580 Nov 5, 2012
Current electoral college map based on pre-election polls

Obama 201 Romney 191

http://projects.wsj.com/campaign2012/maps/...
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41581 Nov 5, 2012
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41582 Nov 5, 2012
Obama 52%
Romney 48%

298 Electoral votes for Obama ..........lights out for Mutt!
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41584 Nov 5, 2012

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41585 Nov 5, 2012
November surprise: EPA planning major post-election anti-coal regulation

November 4, 2012 | 11:44 am

Conn Carroll

Senior Editorial Writer
The Washington Examiner
E@conncarrollDConn on FB

Popular in Politics

1 November surprise: EPA planning major post-election anti-coal regulation

President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency has devoted an unprecedented number of bureaucrats to finalizing new anti-coal regulations that are set to be released at the end of November, according to a source inside the EPA.

More than 50 EPA staff are now crashing to finish greenhouse gas emission standards that would essentially ban all construction of new coal-fired power plants. Never before have so many EPA resources been devoted to a single regulation. The independent and non-partisan Manhattan Institute estimates that the EPA’s greenhouse gas coal regulation will cost the U.S. economy $700 billion.

The rush is a major sign of panic by environmentalists inside the Obama administration. If Obama wins, the EPA would have another four full years to implement their anti-fossil fuel agenda. But if Romney wins, regulators will have a very narrow window to enact a select few costly regulations that would then be very hard for a President Romney to undo.

Environmentalists at the EPA pulled this trick before in 2000 when the Clinton administration rushed out a finding that Mercury emissions from power plants were a growing public health threat pursuant to the Clean Air Act. That finding did not regulate power plants itself, but it did force the Bush administration to begin a lengthy regulatory process. The Obama EPA has estimated that this regulation alone will cost the U.S. economy $10.9 billion a year.

Reached for comment, Romney spokesman Ryan Williams said:

President Obama won’t tell the voters of the Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania the truth about his plans to shut down the coal industry. Even after he loses on Tuesday, it appears that the President will still try to continue his efforts to kill their jobs and drive up their energy prices. Mitt Romney is committed to reversing the damage caused by the Obama Administration’s disastrous liberal agenda as soon as he takes office

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41586 Nov 5, 2012
LQQK HERE wrote:
http://www.electoral-vote.com/


LMAO I see you're still posting the most liberal electoral map on the net. Desperate are we Muffins? Do you have your excuses ready for when Obama loses?
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41587 Nov 5, 2012
Romney saw 23 million people out of work and made a four year five point plan to create 12 million jobs.

Why didn't he make a four year 23 million jobs plan ?

I'd say that was a tactical error on his part, if you're going to lie may as well lie big Mr. Romney.

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!
THE CLEAR CHOICE
OBAMA 2012!!!!!!
YEAHHHHH BABYYYYYYYYYYYY!!
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41588 Nov 5, 2012
Romney made his plan for two reasons:

1) He knows he can't create 23 million new jobs with his policies (at least not in the U.S.)

2) He knows the majority of voters, being low information, are unaware that many impartial economists have already predicted the economy, on its current track, to create 12 million jobs -- whether his plan is instituted or not.

It's not so much a lie as an obfuscation of the truth -- that all his plan does is create more wealth for the wealthy and the jobs have nothing to do with the plan as much as the timing.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41589 Nov 5, 2012
LQQK HERE wrote:
Obama 52%
Romney 48%
298 Electoral votes for Obama ..........lights out for Mutt!
Romney 52%
Obama 48%

298 Electoral votes for Romney. Back to crime city for Obama.
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41590 Nov 5, 2012
Ohio moved into SAFE OBAMA
Nov. 6, 2012 at 12:29 a.m
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41591 Nov 5, 2012
Florida just turned a pale shade of blue!
LQQK HERE

West Mifflin, PA

#41592 Nov 5, 2012
Great! Florida finally turns blue, BUT with the brewing fiasco down there, we might not have confirmation for several days. Does Rick Scott really not understand that he is hampering the GOP for years to come?

Because the demographics of this country are rapidly changing, all of these desperate actions--the restriction and reduction of voting options (Florida, Ohio, & elsewhere), the 'scaring' of legitimate voters (billboards in Ohio), the unscrupulous poll watchers targeting minority precincts (Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, et al)--are just misguided, shortsighted, last second failures that will severely damage the long-term viability of the Republican Party. And I haven't even mentioned the Tea Party...

I know many Republicans--family members, even--who have legitimate concerns and positions. Their voices have been silenced by the lunatic fringe.

Paul Ryan may generate some heat in 2016, but that will only serve to tease the extreme members of the party into believing that the nation can somehow return to some sort of "Puritan Camelot" (think about it...). They won't be able to see Arizona and parts of Texas turn light blue. They won't be able to see Colorado and Nevada turn deep blue. They just won't be able to see.
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41593 Nov 5, 2012
LQQK HERE wrote:
Ohio moved into SAFE OBAMA
Nov. 6, 2012 at 12:29 a.m
OK.

Time to call all the Ohio Democrats you know and tell then to stay home.

Do them a favor.

It's 'safe' for Obama.

No need to vote.
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41594 Nov 5, 2012
LQQK HERE wrote:
Florida just turned a pale shade of blue!
OK.

Time to call all the Florida Democrats you know and tell then to stay home.

Do them a favor.

It's 'safe' for Obama.

No need to vote.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#41595 Nov 5, 2012
BREAKING NEWS: Obama, Romney Tie In Dixville Notch, NH In First Official Votes Of 2012 Presidential Election

In a sign that the 2012 presidential election is likely to be a close race, President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney each received 5 votes in the town of Dixville Notch, NH. The votes are the first official votes tallied in the 2012 Presidential race.

In 2008, President Obama defeated GOP nominee John McCain 16-5 in Dixville Notch, en route to a convincing electoral win.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41596 Nov 5, 2012
Romney 52%
Obama 48%
298 Electoral votes for Romney. Back to crime city for Obama.

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