Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#42233 Nov 11, 2012
They just don't want Obama to get credit. The GOP will create their own immigration bill, that will be exactly like the DREAM act, call it something else, give it a conservative "personal responsibility" spin or some crap like that, and then pat themselves on their backs like heroes. Watch.

HAAAAAA!
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#42234 Nov 11, 2012
YUP!
Like:
"I'm going to overturn Obamacare day one"- Mitt Romney

( At the 3rd debate ) "My plan has pre-existing condtions in it"- Mitt Robney

I didnt know Mutt had a plan.....musta just made it up before the debate LOL!~
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#42235 Nov 11, 2012
Too late Republicans, the Latino community already knows what foot was on their necks all these years, and don't think throwing Marco Rubio in the mix in order to pamper is going to fool them.
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#42236 Nov 11, 2012
Republicans just tried to block the black and latino vote, what, 5 days ago?

This is a little stupid to be having 'epiphanies' so soon. Wow. Giveaway

More flip flops coming from the GOP in the next few years.......isnt that was brought Mutt down?
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#42237 Nov 11, 2012
Where Fox News goes from here?

My most enduring memory of the election night coverage was Karl Rove, on Fox News, clutching sheets of paper and reciting numbers that appeared to be totally free of context. He was insisting, in the face of numerous network calls, including Fox itself, of Ohio for Obama, that the race was too close to call.

He did that in 2000, of course, when he was George W. Bush's campaign adviser. The state was Florida and we all know how that worked out - vindication for Rove and the presidency for his candidate. So he was trying the same thing, as the guy his super PAC had supported was going down in flames.

Same strategy, different facts.

What goes around comes around,eh?
Mitt vs Mutt

West Mifflin, PA

#42238 Nov 11, 2012
The Fox News' brand is pretty damaged. The "conservative" talk industry has had a pretty good run for the last 20 years, but it is about to go downhill because at least half of the GOP has figured out that most of what gets said is just rhetorical candy and not useful, accurate information. The US is not really the country Fox News said it was. At least not on the coasts, Midwest, nor mountains.

Sure, your audience may love hearing about a wall at the border, low taxes, the glory of war, but guess what?... It ain't happening that way. The Hispanics are here to stay, since they were here first anyway by DNA, taxes are going up, and war sucks.

In fact, if you really wanted to do Americans a service, you'd recommend they buy one of those Rosetta Stone software packages for learning Spanish, because we're gonna be at least a half Latino country in 20 years, and ain't nothin' gonna change that fact.

Also, if the GOP were smart, which they aren't, they'd learn from Bill Clinton and just go with the flow at this time like Clinton did in the midterm blowout of '94. Don't fight tax increases. Let them happen. Don't fight Obamacare. Double down on it. Propose real single payer. Nothing could improve entrepreneurial exuberance in the US than freeing people of company sponsored health care and the forced insurance mandate of Obamacare (a crappy GOP idea BTW).

Let all that crap they've been terrorizing their base with happen and see what goes down. My guess is that the DNC will not be able to resist becoming pigs at the trough and will ruin themselves with their greed. They will squander this extraordinary opportunity just like the Gingrich/Lott Congress did in '95 and '96. It will be one absurd boondoggle after another, and after a decade or so the US will either be broke and all that stuff will go or they will not be broke and then who cares? Either way, the best way to promote conservativism is to let people figure it out on their own and not ram it down their throats with false narratives and fear mongering.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42239 Nov 11, 2012
Reverend Irreverent wrote:
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He's been doing it forever. Even when he faces refutation, he'll continue to hurl the same bits of propaganda. He's become so deranged that even as he decries socialism and communism he's posted articles from Russia Today. Which, at least beats his usual Fox News, Daily Caller and ATR ones.
Arguing with him is futile. He demands you pay attention to what he says but then completely ignores anything that damages or dismantles it. And he makes sure to posts snippets from his antagonist-of-the-moment so we know who he's likely fuming over right now up in Erie. Which, it seems, is primarily me for the moment since I hurt his feelings and he called me a bully. He's so insecure he can't even write an original sentence on his own; the guy has to lift them all from outside sources and replace names.
Maybe used to have decent ideas, I don't know. I ignored this topic for most of the past couple years. But he seems to have been so overcome with bitterness and denial that he's been reduced to this now.
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A guilt-ridden-whiney-assed-bed wetter

Politically Liberal, a guilt-ridden-whiney-assed-bed wetter is often beyond liberal and nearly to the point of irrationality.

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Statistically proven to give less of their own income to charity than the average conservatives.

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Dr Sardonicus

Baltimore, MD

#42240 Nov 11, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
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What exactly does your reply have to do with... molesters come from all parties and so do those who protect them.
Am I responding to RealDave or Dr. Sardonicus?
I'm Dr Sardonicus...

Well it seems like most child molesters and child murderes come from Florida and guess what they're caucasian too...so they must be republicans..they just didn't turn out in enough to win it for old Romnuts.
By the way....
I'm employing Fox News information gathering techiniques....why?
You should be very familiar with these techniques since you're filter has been comprised too.
you seem a lot smarter than you're brother Taxi.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42242 Nov 11, 2012
Obama touts fair pay for women, despite records showing women paid less in his own White House [VIDEO]

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/10/16/obama-touts ...

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The Equal Pay Act of 1963 is a United States federal law amending the Fair Labor Standards Act, aimed at abolishing wage disparity based on sex (see Gender pay gap).

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Folks you cant make this shit up!

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obummer the phony
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42243 Nov 11, 2012
Folks you cant make this shit up!

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A 40% tax on "Cadillac Health Care Plans" starting in 2018.

Those whose employers pay for all or most of comprehensive healthcare plans (costing $10,200 for an individual or $27,500 for families) will have to pay a 40% tax on the amount their employer pays.

The 2018 start date is said to have been a gift to unions, which often have comprehensive plans.( ATR.org )

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/here-are-the-n ...

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#42244 Nov 11, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
<quoted text>You mean like this guy ?
An internal investigation by the National Republican Congressional Committee has determined that $725,000 is missing from its fund-raising accounts, money that the group says was stolen as part of a six-year scheme carried out by its former treasurer.
The committee, which raises money for Republican Congressional candidates, announced on Thursday the results of a forensic audit, focusing on the activities of its former treasurer, Christopher J. Ward. It said Mr. Ward had fabricated financial statements to hide the missing money, which went undetected until
Mr. Ward oversaw the collection and distribution of over $360 million from Republican donors while collecting $120,000 a year as treasurer. He made $10,000 a year as treasurer for the Presidentís Dinner Committee, the partyís biggest annual fund-raising event. He also served as treasurer for the campaigns of 80 other Republican candidates, many of whom have also said money was missing.
The thefts are both embarrassing and painful for the committee, which has been struggling to raise money for what is expected to be a tough year for Republican House candidates. According to the most recent federal filings, the Republican committee has only $6.7 million in cash on hand; in contrast, its Democratic counterpart has $45 million.
My point is Jesse Jackson Jr. committed a crime as a Senator. He is working on a plea deal. The deal if accepted by the prosecutor should include his removal from office, never permitted to hold or run for any political office again, repayment of campaign funds, and long term jail sentence of 10 to 20 years. I feel this would set an example for those politician's considering to commit a crime.

We should hold elected officials who represent the people to a higher standard. I donít care if they are republican, democrat or what party they belong too. They are in office to represent the people of America be it local, state or federal. These elected officials are to set good examples, especially for our youth.

I did not post my opinion because Jesse Jackson Jr. is a democrat. I was reading the news and responded. Do you now understand my post? Itís not about what party, itís about political officials committing crime while in office and the high standards they lack.

Your example is not of a politician. However, if this individual did commit a crime he should be charged, given a fair trial and if convicted, sentenced to prison.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#42245 Nov 11, 2012
Dr Sardonicus wrote:
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I'm Dr Sardonicus...
Well it seems like most child molesters and child murderes come from Florida and guess what they're caucasian too...so they must be republicans..they just didn't turn out in enough to win it for old Romnuts.
By the way....
I'm employing Fox News information gathering techiniques....why?
You should be very familiar with these techniques since you're filter has been comprised too.
you seem a lot smarter than you're brother Taxi.
I donít know which state most child molesters and child murderers come from. I do know the percentage is much higher with whites. Some refer to crime of child molestation as a white crime. Are there more republican child molesters than democrats, I have no idea. I have never went that far into my research. It is interesting enough for me to look into it.

You tying this in with Romney,ďnot RomnutsĒ is your way of getting that little jab in there against the republicans. I admit I do the same thing at times. Iím not really proud of it but Iím only human too.

The election is over. Obama won, Romney lost. It would be nice if we all could just get along and do away with the personal attacks.
Reverend Irreverent

State College, PA

#42246 Nov 11, 2012
TaxNoMore wrote:
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Of course, of course. I didn't actually think I'd get more than what amounts to the temper tantrum of a middle school child.

You, my friend, truly are a horse of a different color. Not only a no-longer closet racist but you're reaching for sweeping generalizations. Which, in regards to charity donations, is completely incorrect. It's pretty equal, but conservatives primarily give to religious organizations while liberals go for secular groups and disaster relief. And, let's be honest, TaxNoMore, if you want to come after me on anything in that area, be my guest. That could be a fun (albeit one-sided) discussion.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klei...

By the way, I've given to charity multiple times in the past few years. United Way, cancer research and recently both money and clothing for Sandy victims. As a humanist, I feel obligated to help other people. I don't just log onto a message board and whine, or copy & paste right-wing anti-Obama articles. What about you? What good have you done lately? Don't count vomiting forth every Obama-hating story you find on the net.

Also, when I see my (dominantly liberal) friends tomorrow at work who excitedly fund-raise millions of dollars for THON every year to help kids and stop pediatric cancer, I'll be sure to mention that it's just misplaced guilt and entitlement. If they were real Americans they'd just hand it over to church organizations and focus on graduating with high GPA's so they can make more money for themselves and their future employers, the American way.

Rest isn't even worth addressing for now. Now instead of your typical act of being little more than a malfunctioning program with some racist source code and the input of a bullied sixth-grader, let's see if you can respond as a person with a brain.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#42247 Nov 11, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
Republicans just tried to block the black and latino vote, what, 5 days ago?
This is a little stupid to be having 'epiphanies' so soon. Wow. Giveaway
More flip flops coming from the GOP in the next few years.......isnt that was brought Mutt down?
When you post statements like this how about posting your sources. I have not heard anything about this.
Reverend Irreverent

State College, PA

#42248 Nov 11, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
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My point is Jesse Jackson Jr. committed a crime as a Senator. He is working on a plea deal. The deal if accepted by the prosecutor should include his removal from office, never permitted to hold or run for any political office again, repayment of campaign funds, and long term jail sentence of 10 to 20 years. I feel this would set an example for those politician's considering to commit a crime.
We should hold elected officials who represent the people to a higher standard. I donít care if they are republican, democrat or what party they belong too. They are in office to represent the people of America be it local, state or federal. These elected officials are to set good examples, especially for our youth.
I did not post my opinion because Jesse Jackson Jr. is a democrat. I was reading the news and responded. Do you now understand my post? Itís not about what party, itís about political officials committing crime while in office and the high standards they lack.
Your example is not of a politician. However, if this individual did commit a crime he should be charged, given a fair trial and if convicted, sentenced to prison.
Agreed. Elected officials are paid handsomely and privy to information we aren't. If we're going to entrust them with the tall order that comes with legislation and public office, treat their criminal acts as criminal acts. Hold them accountable to the same standard that any other citizen would be held to.

Since: Sep 12

Seattle, WA

#42249 Nov 11, 2012
Mitt vs Mutt wrote:
YUP!
Like:
"I'm going to overturn Obamacare day one"- Mitt Romney
( At the 3rd debate ) "My plan has pre-existing condtions in it"- Mitt Robney
I didnt know Mutt had a plan.....musta just made it up before the debate LOL!~
When George was about six years old, he was made the wealthy master of a hatchet of which, like most little boys, he was extremely fond. He went about chopping everything that came his way.

One day, as he wandered about the garden amusing himself by hacking his mother's pea sticks, he found a beautiful, young English cherry tree, of which his father was most proud. He tried the edge of his hatchet on the trunk of the tree and barked it so that it died.

Some time after this, his father discovered what had happened to his favorite tree. He came into the house in great anger, and demanded to know who the mischievous person was who had cut away the bark. Nobody could tell him anything about it.

Just then George, with his little hatchet, came into the room.

"George,'' said his father, "do you know who has killed my beautiful little cherry tree yonder in the garden? I would not have taken five guineas for it!''

This was a hard question to answer, and for a moment George was staggered by it, but quickly recovering himself he cried:

"I cannot tell a lie, father, you know I cannot tell a lie! I did cut it with my little hatchet.''

The anger died out of his father's face, and taking the boy tenderly in his arms, he said:

"My son, that you should not be afraid to tell the truth is more to me than a thousand trees! Yes - though they were blossomed with silver and had leaves of the purest gold!''
Dr Sardonicus

Baltimore, MD

#42250 Nov 11, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
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I donít know which state most child molesters and child murderers come from. I do know the percentage is much higher with whites. Some refer to crime of child molestation as a white crime. Are there more republican child molesters than democrats, I have no idea. I have never went that far into my research. It is interesting enough for me to look into it.
You tying this in with Romney,ďnot RomnutsĒ is your way of getting that little jab in there against the republicans. I admit I do the same thing at times. Iím not really proud of it but Iím only human too.
The election is over. Obama won, Romney lost. It would be nice if we all could just get along and do away with the personal attacks.
Ok alright,
hahahaha rodney
Dr Sardonicus

Baltimore, MD

#42251 Nov 11, 2012
Reverend Irreverent wrote:
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Agreed. Elected officials are paid handsomely and privy to information we aren't. If we're going to entrust them with the tall order that comes with legislation and public office, treat their criminal acts as criminal acts. Hold them accountable to the same standard that any other citizen would be held to.
I agree as well...
I do not think most liberals are anti-corruption or anti-law when it comes to
People who break the law while in public office...no matter which party if thier guilty...but not based on religious law like having affairs etc.
Dr Sardonicus

Baltimore, MD

#42252 Nov 11, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
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I donít know which state most child molesters and child murderers come from. I do know the percentage is much higher with whites. Some refer to crime of child molestation as a white crime. Are there more republican child molesters than democrats, I have no idea. I have never went that far into my research. It is interesting enough for me to look into it.
You tying this in with Romney,ďnot RomnutsĒ is your way of getting that little jab in there against the republicans. I admit I do the same thing at times. Iím not really proud of it but Iím only human too.
The election is over. Obama won, Romney lost. It would be nice if we all could just get along and do away with the personal attacks.
But you did kinda of bypass my point...it is more about Fox News information gathering and presentation techniques...
I thought it was a pretty good analogy that I made though...

You didn't thik so?
Dr Sardonicus

Baltimore, MD

#42253 Nov 11, 2012
Think so...

Sorry typo damn phone keyboard

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