Ted Rogers

Baltimore, MD

#41828 Nov 7, 2012
Vote for Ron Paul

President of Kentucky
Ted Rogers

Baltimore, MD

#41829 Nov 7, 2012
Vote for Donald Trump

We want "The Donald"

You're fired.....hahahha
Ted Rogers

Baltimore, MD

#41830 Nov 7, 2012
Vote for Sarah Palin

You betcha Sarah...Yes, Yes we know. Russia is right over there.

Now give me some of that pipeline money for my coffers...
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#41831 Nov 7, 2012
Ted wrote:
(Just got DSL back after 44,000 people w/o and 28 hours of the Verizon Johnstown trunk down.)
Obama won.
Americans have decided that we will have four more years.
Agree or disagree, Obama or Romney supporters, we all love our country.
I wish us all a healthy nation and the best of good fortune.
Properly humbled.

Good.
Ted

Stoystown, PA

#41832 Nov 7, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Properly humbled.
Good.
Yes, danny BOY, I'm courteously respectful of my fellow American's decision to have Obama lead for four more years.

Let's move forward.

You and I will never be friends. But we need not be enemies.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41833 Nov 7, 2012
Properly humbled.

Good.

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.
.

If you engage a liberal in conversation, be prepared for a series of vituperative cheap shots, half-truths and ad hominem attacks.

When confronted with inconvenient facts, most liberals either change the subject or resort to shouting.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41834 Nov 7, 2012
In the 2012 presidential elections Obama won the overwhelming incompetence of the previous dysfunctional four year loser.

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(obummer)

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.

No more bush did it!

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Properly humbled.

Good.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41835 Nov 7, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Properly humbled.
Good.
..........

This Topix thread is used strictly for "dan the mans" mental masturbation of the entire state of Pennsylvania as stated by him in a previous post.
.
.

"dan the man" is an amoral sociopath who makes irrationally mendacious accusations and talks to himself as a multi-poster.
.
.

"dan the man" likes the "the big black shaft" , he has no gag reflex and without a doubt swallows gallons of Marxist obummer sperm (Obama nut juice) everyday.

//////////

Properly humbled.

Good.

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#41836 Nov 7, 2012
Now that's the ignorant racist tea cup guzzler that I've come to expect, well done boy.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41837 Nov 7, 2012
bobby6464 wrote:
Now that's the ignorant racist tea cup guzzler that I've come to expect, well done boy.
..........

you still in the market?

I told your ass to get out last week.
Reverend Irreverent

State College, PA

#41838 Nov 7, 2012
Every post he's done in my recent time in this thread has been lifted from elsewhere. TaxNoMore has yet to present a single original sentence. If you confront him with something new, he can't debate it. He either evades it completely or posts more of his monotonous go-to phrases as his only recourse.

Without the ability to form thoughts on his own, his credibility is nil. Plagiarizing and sniveling across this board are all he has. Not to mention that when things were confirmed for going south, he finally started invoking the overt bigotry he's been so good at avoiding.

Even if I don't completely agree with the views of everyone else who frequent this discussion, the rest can formulate their own opinions and express them. TaxNoMore doesn't even have hope to cling to anymore; his mortal enemy won again, and he's defeated.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41839 Nov 7, 2012
Takeaways
Here are some of the takeways, in no particular order.

•It's not just the economy, stupid. It's the whole package
•Abandoning large constitutencies, like women, Latinos, and young voters is not a winning formula
•The partisan identification in 2008 was not a freak accident. There are more Democrats than Republicans
•The candidate matters: on paper Rick Perry and Mitt Romney were great, but the real men weren't
•Nominating a sneering plutocrat who likes firing people and writes off half the country is not a wise move
•If you can't release your tax returns because they are full of poison, don't run for President
•There aren't enough billionaires to buy the election
•Don't talk about gay marriage unless you are supporting it
•And above all, don't talk about rape except maybe if you are proposing to castrate rapists
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#41840 Nov 7, 2012
Whither the Republican Party?
Whenever a party loses an election big time, there is a lot of wailing and the pulling of hair. Although the popular vote was close, the Republicans lost nearly all the swing states, including New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. They probably lost Florida, and almost lost North Carolina. It is true that some of the races were close, but in politics a win is a win and a loss is a loss. With the loss of Virginia and close call in North Carolina, the party's base has shrunk to the Deep South (except for Florida), and big, empty states in the Great Plains and Mountain West where the buffalo once roamed but the electoral votes never did and still don't.

As we mentioned many times this year, the traditionally blue states--the ones Democrats have won five times in a row--are worth 242 EVs. Obama won every one of them. None were even close. Not even Wisconsin, where Obama had a 7-point margin even with a Wisconsite on the opposing ticket. Romney made a last-ditch effort to win Pennsylvania, but came up short. The blue team won by 5 points. So next time around, we can talk about the 242 EVs that the Democrats have won six times in a row. Rick Santorum or Marco Rubio aren't going to make a dent here, probably not Paul Ryan, either. Chris Christie might.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41841 Nov 7, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Whither the Republican Party?
Whenever a party loses an election big time, there is a lot of wailing and the pulling of hair. Although the popular vote was close, the Republicans lost nearly all the swing states, including New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. They probably lost Florida, and almost lost North Carolina. It is true that some of the races were close, but in politics a win is a win and a loss is a loss. With the loss of Virginia and close call in North Carolina, the party's base has shrunk to the Deep South (except for Florida), and big, empty states in the Great Plains and Mountain West where the buffalo once roamed but the electoral votes never did and still don't.

As we mentioned many times this year, the traditionally blue states--the ones Democrats have won five times in a row--are worth 242 EVs. Obama won every one of them. None were even close. Not even Wisconsin, where Obama had a 7-point margin even with a Wisconsite on the opposing ticket. Romney made a last-ditch effort to win Pennsylvania, but came up short. The blue team won by 5 points. So next time around, we can talk about the 242 EVs that the Democrats have won six times in a row. Rick Santorum or Marco Rubio aren't going to make a dent here, probably not Paul Ryan, either. Chris Christie might.
//////////

“Our economy is recovering.

A decade of war is ending.

Our long campaign is now over.

And whether I earned your vote or not, I have listened to you, and I have learned from you and you have made me a better president…

Tonight, you voted for action, not politics as usual.

You elected us to focus on your jobs, not ours.”
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#41842 Nov 7, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
<quoted text>
..........
This Topix thread is used strictly for "dan the mans" mental masturbation of the entire state of Pennsylvania as stated by him in a previous post.
.
.
"dan the man" is an amoral sociopath who makes irrationally mendacious accusations and talks to himself as a multi-poster.
.
.
"dan the man" likes the "the big black shaft" , he has no gag reflex and without a doubt swallows gallons of Marxist obummer sperm (Obama nut juice) everyday.
//////////
Properly humbled.
Good.
//////////

“Our economy is recovering.

A decade of war is ending.

Our long campaign is now over.

And whether I earned your vote or not, I have listened to you, and I have learned from you and you have made me a better president…

Tonight, you voted for action, not politics as usual.

You elected us to focus on your jobs, not ours.”

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#41843 Nov 7, 2012
And the new cut and paste champion is the racist tea cup guzzler.
Ted Rogers

Elizabeth, NJ

#41844 Nov 7, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Whither the Republican Party?
Whenever a party loses an election big time, there is a lot of wailing and the pulling of hair. Although the popular vote was close, the Republicans lost nearly all the swing states, including New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. They probably lost Florida, and almost lost North Carolina. It is true that some of the races were close, but in politics a win is a win and a loss is a loss. With the loss of Virginia and close call in North Carolina, the party's base has shrunk to the Deep South (except for Florida), and big, empty states in the Great Plains and Mountain West where the buffalo once roamed but the electoral votes never did and still don't.
As we mentioned many times this year, the traditionally blue states--the ones Democrats have won five times in a row--are worth 242 EVs. Obama won every one of them. None were even close. Not even Wisconsin, where Obama had a 7-point margin even with a Wisconsite on the opposing ticket. Romney made a last-ditch effort to win Pennsylvania, but came up short. The blue team won by 5 points. So next time around, we can talk about the 242 EVs that the Democrats have won six times in a row. Rick Santorum or Marco Rubio aren't going to make a dent here, probably not Paul Ryan, either. Chris Christie might.
Mitt,

Virginia is all Blue baby....

Obama, Kaine, Moran, Warner

Changing demographics here....

Yeah President Re-Elect Barack Obama 2012

Hillary or Joe 2016

Congrats to all good Dems. We did it....
Tax No Mores Mommy

Elizabeth, NJ

#41845 Nov 8, 2012
Where is that little jerk?
Dan the Man

Shippensburg, PA

#41847 Nov 8, 2012
Ted wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, danny BOY, I'm courteously respectful of my fellow American's decision to have Obama lead for four more years.
Let's move forward.
You and I will never be friends. But we need not be enemies.
That ball is ENTIRELY in your court. I've never done anything but match the tone YOU set.

You want to move forward? Good - move forward.
Teddy

Reading, PA

#41848 Nov 8, 2012
crybaby

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