Hick

Chambersburg, PA

#41609 Nov 6, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
Where da “DAN THE MAN”
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Where da “DAN THE MAN”
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( drunk on obummer nut juice)
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Where da “DAN THE MAN”
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We must fight the "CARLISLE COMMUNIST"
( drunk on obummer nut juice)
Dan is donning his black-jack and black beret guarding polling stations with his black panther brothers.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#41610 Nov 6, 2012
Opposing them true the vote racist tea bag cowards
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#41611 Nov 6, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
So you're INSISTING on proving your stupidity again?
The "coal to natural gas conversion" is a lose-lose. Pennsylvanian miners, rail workers, truck drivers, heavy equipment operators and power plant workers will loose upper middle class jobs to be replaced by minimum wage jobs, ALL Pennsylvanians will pay markedly higher utility bills to pay for Obama's War-on-Coal power plant conversion--or did you think that would happen for free?--, and those wind farm jobs you are touting? Check the size of a wind farm employee parking lot and you may have some clue that it requires virtually NO ONE to work full time. Those nice jobs that BUILD the wind farms? Temporary and nearly all out-of-staters.
If Pennsylvania wind farms increase by a factor of FIVE that means they'll produce only FIVE PERCENT of Pennsylvania's electricity needs.
Traditionally the Democratic party has been the friend of unions. Obama has changed that now.
Obama's energy policies are the enemy of teamsters, coal miners, and power plant operators as evidenced by blocking the Keystone pipeline, a halt of Gulf drilling and the War on Coal here in Pennsylvania.
Obama's efforts to push 'green' energy is a tax-payer funded payola debacle.
Obama is clueless and fantastically incompetent.
Want a higher energy bill, even higher gasoline prices and a lower paying job? Vote Obama.
The damage done by coal;

http://www.ucsusa.org/clean_energy/coalvswind...
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#41612 Nov 6, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
So you're INSISTING on proving your stupidity again?
The "coal to natural gas conversion" is a lose-lose. Pennsylvanian miners, rail workers, truck drivers, heavy equipment operators and power plant workers will loose upper middle class jobs to be replaced by minimum wage jobs, ALL Pennsylvanians will pay markedly higher utility bills to pay for Obama's War-on-Coal power plant conversion--or did you think that would happen for free?--, and those wind farm jobs you are touting? Check the size of a wind farm employee parking lot and you may have some clue that it requires virtually NO ONE to work full time. Those nice jobs that BUILD the wind farms? Temporary and nearly all out-of-staters.
If Pennsylvania wind farms increase by a factor of FIVE that means they'll produce only FIVE PERCENT of Pennsylvania's electricity needs.
Traditionally the Democratic party has been the friend of unions. Obama has changed that now.
Obama's energy policies are the enemy of teamsters, coal miners, and power plant operators as evidenced by blocking the Keystone pipeline, a halt of Gulf drilling and the War on Coal here in Pennsylvania.
Obama's efforts to push 'green' energy is a tax-payer funded payola debacle.
Obama is clueless and fantastically incompetent.
Want a higher energy bill, even higher gasoline prices and a lower paying job? Vote Obama.
The findings show that, contrary to current political mythology, coal is underregulated. On average, the harm produced by burning the coal is over twice as high as the market price of the electricity. In other words, some of the electricity production would flunk a cost-benefit analysis. This means that we’re either not using enough pollution controls or we’re just overusing coal as a fuel. Here’s a bit of a shocker:“Coal plants are responsible for more than one-fourth of GED [gross external damages] from the entire US economy.”

http://legalplanet.wordpress.com/2011/09/28/a...
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#41613 Nov 6, 2012
Get out the vote, Democrats. Let's not just serve Romney a defeat - let's serve him a HUMILIATING defeat.

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Late Poll Gains for Obama Leave Romney With Longer Odds
By NATE SILVER

Mitt Romney has always had difficulty drawing a winning Electoral College hand. Even during his best period of polling, in the week or two after the first presidential debate in Denver, he never quite pulled ahead in the polling averages in Ohio and other states that would allow him to secure 270 electoral votes.

But the most recent set of polls suggest another problem for Mr. Romney, whose momentum in the polls stalled out in mid-October. Instead, it is President Obama who is making gains.

Among 12 national polls published on Monday, Mr. Obama led by an average of 1.6 percentage points. Perhaps more important is the trend in the surveys. On average, Mr. Obama gained 1.5 percentage points from the prior edition of the same polls, improving his standing in nine of the surveys while losing ground in just one.

Because these surveys had large sample sizes, the trend is both statistically and practically meaningful. Whether because of Hurricane Sandy, the relatively good economic news of late, or other factors, Mr. Obama appears to have gained ground in the closing days of the race.
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#41614 Nov 6, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
So you're INSISTING on proving your stupidity again?
The "coal to natural gas conversion" is a lose-lose. Pennsylvanian miners, rail workers, truck drivers, heavy equipment operators and power plant workers will loose upper middle class jobs to be replaced by minimum wage jobs, ALL Pennsylvanians will pay markedly higher utility bills to pay for Obama's War-on-Coal power plant conversion--or did you think that would happen for free?--, and those wind farm jobs you are touting? Check the size of a wind farm employee parking lot and you may have some clue that it requires virtually NO ONE to work full time. Those nice jobs that BUILD the wind farms? Temporary and nearly all out-of-staters.
If Pennsylvania wind farms increase by a factor of FIVE that means they'll produce only FIVE PERCENT of Pennsylvania's electricity needs.
Traditionally the Democratic party has been the friend of unions. Obama has changed that now.
Obama's energy policies are the enemy of teamsters, coal miners, and power plant operators as evidenced by blocking the Keystone pipeline, a halt of Gulf drilling and the War on Coal here in Pennsylvania.
Obama's efforts to push 'green' energy is a tax-payer funded payola debacle.
Obama is clueless and fantastically incompetent.
Want a higher energy bill, even higher gasoline prices and a lower paying job? Vote Obama.
Clean Coal;

http://amountainjourney.wordpress.com/2008/12...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/14/coal...

&fe ature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#41615 Nov 6, 2012
FiveThirtyEight final forecast:

Electoral vote:
Obama - 314.6
Romney - 223.4

Chance of winnint:
Obama - 91.6%
Romney - 8.4%

I'll go stock up on extra Kleenex today so I'll be prepared for all the tear drying I'll need to do with you wingnuts tomorrow.
Ted Rogers

Baltimore, MD

#41616 Nov 6, 2012
Reverend Irreverent wrote:
<quoted text>
Well TaxNoMore began severely malfunctioning days ago. He needs a soft reboot to get back on track again. I imagine that ceaselessly copy/pasting articles from all around the internet is an exhausting endeavor.
Still, nice to see the rage finally explode of him in that post. Always happy to determine one's true colors in times like this.
He's been like that since his first post years ago...

He's an angry bitter disrespectful low life.

He's truly a worthless human being..

Even though human being may be an overstatement
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#41617 Nov 6, 2012
Princeton Election Consortium

Presidential prediction 2012 (Election Eve final)

The topline listed just below the title of this website is not our prediction, but the automatically-generated snapshot. It will fluctuate as the last few polls trickle in. The last 3 updates are at 8:00am, 10:00am, and noon. Then we freeze it.

I make two electoral predictions.

ELECTORAL PREDICTION (mode): Barack Obama 332 EV, Mitt Romney 206 EV.

The mode is the single most frequent value on the histogram. It corresponds to the map below, and has a chance of being exactly correct.

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ELECTORAL PREDICTION (median): Obama 309 EV, Romney 229 EV, Popular Vote Meta-Margin Obama +2.34%.

This is the automatically-generated snapshot for November 5th 8:00pm. This prediction is almost guaranteed to be off, since 309 EV is not a common combination.
Ted Rogers

Baltimore, MD

#41618 Nov 6, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
You sound like you're concerned about the Democratic Party turnout.
No need to resort to illegal activities as you suggest.

Everyones on to that trick and it will not work again...even though it didn't work then either.

Barack Obama 2012. Yeah Baby...
Dave Rogers

Chambersburg, PA

#41619 Nov 6, 2012
How many Supreme Court Justices will Obama add to the court in his next term; 1, 2, 3?

To soon to ask?
Mr Swish

New Kensington, PA

#41620 Nov 6, 2012
Yoo Hoo Wingnuts! More cheating, tax dodging, and un-American activities from your side--

HARRY REID WAS RIGHT!
“Using a tax shelter called a CRUT (charitable remainder unitrust) that was held by the Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormons), Mitt Romney was able to pay zero taxes (legally) every single year from 1996 to 2009. Why did he stop in 2009? Because he would make public his 2010 tax return, that is why.”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-29/romn...

Ta Ta Teabaggin Puta di Hijos!

Peace and Blessings

XOXO

Mr Swish
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41621 Nov 6, 2012
Any one thinking of voting for Romney should remember the immortal words of President George Dubya Bush, "There's an old saying in Tennessee — I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again."
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41622 Nov 6, 2012
Romney Avoids Taxes via Loophole Cutting Mormon Donations
:

1997, Congress cracked down on a popular tax shelter that allowed rich people to take advantage of the exempt status of charities without actually giving away much money.

Individuals who had already set up these vehicles were allowed to keep them. That included Mitt Romney, then the chief executive officer of Bain Capital, who had just established such an arrangement in June 1996.

The charitable remainder unitrust, as it is known, is one of several strategies Romney has adopted over his career to reduce his tax bill. While Romney’s tax avoidance is legal and common among high-net-worth individuals, it has become an issue in the campaign. President Barack Obama attacked him in their second debate for paying “lower tax rates than somebody who makes a lot less.”

In this instance, Romney used the tax-exempt status of a charity -- the Mormon Church, according to a 2007 filing -- to defer taxes for more than 15 years. At the same time he is benefiting, the trust will probably leave the church with less than what current law requires, according to tax returns obtained by Bloomberg this month through a Freedom of Information Act request.
In general, charities don’t owe capital gains taxes when they sell assets for a profit. Trusts like Romney’s permit funders to benefit from that tax-free treatment, said Jonathan Blattmachr, a trusts and estates lawyer who set up hundreds of such vehicles in the 1990s.

Near Zero

The main benefit from a charitable remainder trust is the renting from your favorite charity of its exemption from taxation,” Blattmachr said. Despite the name, giving a gift or getting a charitable deduction “is just a throwaway,” he said.“I used to structure them so the value dedicated to charity was as close to zero as possible without being zero.”

When individuals fund a charitable remainder unitrust, or “CRUT,” they defer capital gains taxes on any profit from the sale of the assets, and receive a small upfront charitable deduction and a stream of yearly cash payments. Like an individual retirement account, the trust allows money to grow tax deferred, while like an annuity it also pays Romney a steady income. After the funder’s death, the trust’s remaining assets go to a designated charity.

LQQK HERE:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-10-29/romn...

Folks you cant make this shit up!
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41623 Nov 6, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
Get out the vote, Democrats. Let's not just serve Romney a defeat - let's serve him a HUMILIATING defeat.
All the polls say Obama has it wrapped up, right?

You've been assuring us all for months, weeks, days and now hour by hour that Obama's reelection is "INEVITABLE" and "A FOREGONE CONCLUSION".

If all the polls say it's a done deal, there's obviously no need for Democrats to get out to vote, right, danny BOY.

The polls, BOY. The POLLS say it's his.
Ted

Meyersdale, PA

#41624 Nov 6, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
How many Supreme Court Justices will Obama add to the court in his next term; 1, 2, 3?
To soon to ask?
The polling locations recently opened, so yes, it's "to soon" to ask.

But 'zero' is a possibility.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41625 Nov 6, 2012
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One day away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.

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Our children don't have a future!!

You spent it you lying POS Kenyan born gay muslime dope smoking dog eater!!

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If the most crucial presidential election of our lifetime could be defined, it would be called

‘The Free Stuff Election’.

There are some 1 million Ohioans out there with a free Obama cellphone.

Imagine the ‘Vote App’ text messages coming through on their Obama phones, and that’s just one state.

The omnipresent Obama team have worked the Free Stuff Crowd up to fever pitch as witnessed in the Ohio woman’s YouTube screed that Obama is not only giving out free cell phones but lots of other free stuff’s coming down the pike.

Who really knew that liberty and freedom could be bought with a cell phone?

Obama knew and has been working almost four years to bring all takers into his ‘grassroots’ tent.

Impossible to fathom how the one-man, U.S. wrecking ball known as

Barack Hussein Obama,

after four years of the most destructive policies on record, could still attract support from 48% of voters nationwide, while they are saying Mitt Romney can count on 46%

http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/arti ...

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OooBaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaa!!!!

GIVE......MEEEEEEEEEEEEE...... ..MOOOOOOOOOOOOOREEE!

**THRUST!**THRUST!**THRUST!*
Paul M

West Mifflin, PA

#41626 Nov 6, 2012
UPDATE!!!!!!!!!!
LQQK HERE:

http://www.electoral-vote.com/

yeahhhhhh babyyyyyyyyyy!
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41627 Nov 6, 2012
The Race to 270
The Senate map shows Obama set to win 303 electoral votes. North Carolina is a tie on the basis of two PPP polls. However, a poll from SurveyUSA showing Romney ahead by 5 points fell just outside the 1-week window and thus doesn't count. Even though PPP is located in North Carolina and presumably knows the territory well, my personal guess is that Romney will take North Carolina and the final score will be Obama 303 to Romney 235. That leaves Obama some margin for error. He could lose Virginia and be at 290. He could lose Virginia and Ohio and be at 272 and still win if he hangs onto Colorado, Iowa, and New Hampshire. For Romney, it is looking tougher. He has to win Florida, which most pollsters say he will (and this is not even taking the chaos there into account) as well as Virginia and Ohio and one more state. It's possible, but it is a tall order.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41628 Nov 6, 2012
Democrats Poised to Hold the Senate
Our Senate map shows the Democrats with 51 seats, the Republicans with 45, and 4 ties. One of the ties is Maine. No one doubts that Angus King will win, but the only issue is whether he is a secret Democrat or a secret Republican. Most people think he will caucus with the Democrats, giving them 52 seats. North Dakota is tied, but it is such a red state that even with Heidi Heitkamp running a very strong campaign, she is probably going to go down. The other two ties, Montana and Wisconsin, are really too close to call. Our best guess is that the Democrats will get 52-54 seats in the new Senate. If the Democrats get 52 seats and Paul Ryan is elected Vice President, Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock are not going to be real popular in the Republican Party tomorrow, since they will have cost the Republicans the majority. But maybe Tammy Baldwin will win in Wisconsin and save them from being tarred and

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