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GOP debates

Homestead, PA

#55807 Jan 26, 2014
And you wonder why these idiots lost in the first place LMAO!

Ten GOP WTF Debate Moments !!!!!!!!!!



LMAO!!!!
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#55808 Jan 26, 2014
LOL Yes he was, Barack sold it to him while he visited all 57 states.
cant get fooled again wrote:
<quoted text> FOOL ME ONCE! Was GW Bush on cocaine? LMAO
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =8Ux3DKxxFoMXX

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55810 Jan 26, 2014
Clueless Obama wrote:
Lets not forget how he pronounced corp....it is pronounced "core", Obama pronounced it "corpse", you know, like a dead body. I'd say this guy is dead from the neck up.
There are more stupid remarks by Obama..check it out
http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/barackobam...
Do you really want to do this? I mean, come on man. Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, legitimate rape guy, wide stance guy, Michele Bachman, the Bushism - I could go on forever.

The battle of who said it the dumbest isn't a debate you'd want to have.

Strategery.
bottom of the barrel

Homestead, PA

#55813 Jan 26, 2014
Rand Paul Is the 2016 Republican Frontrunner ??????????
LMAO!

Don't laugh. He has built-in advantages in Iowa and New Hampshire, a party moving in his direction, and formidable fundraising potential.

If Chris Christie was ever the frontrunner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, he isn’t anymore. All along, the theory behind his candidacy was that he could overcome his lack of conservative bona fides with a combination of personality, competence, electability, and money. Bridgegate undermines all four.

In the minds of many voters, Christie’s personality has morphed from brash to bully. It’s harder to look competent when your top aides egregiously abused power under your nose. Christie’s supposed electability was based partly on polls showing that he was the only potential Republican nominee running even with Hillary Clinton. But Marist and Quinnipiac, whose surveys showed Clinton and Christie virtually tied in December, now show him trailing her by 13 and 8 points, respectively. The electability argument also depended on Christie’s supposed success in bringing New Jerseyans together across party lines, a harder claim now that Democrats in the state legislature are talking impeachment. And as Christie’s electability erodes, so will his vaunted support among GOP moneymen. As a Republican insider recently told BuzzFeed’s McKay Coppins,“There are definitely people jumping ship.”

So if Christie is no longer the candidate to beat in the 2016 Republican race, who is? Believe it or not, it’s Rand Paul.

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...

LMAO!!
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#55814 Jan 26, 2014
Both sides could go on forever you Democrat tool. If you could see past the donkey balls you might realize both parties are jackasses.
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you really want to do this? I mean, come on man. Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, legitimate rape guy, wide stance guy, Michele Bachman, the Bushism - I could go on forever.
The battle of who said it the dumbest isn't a debate you'd want to have.
Strategery.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55815 Jan 26, 2014
bottom of the barrel wrote:
Rand Paul Is the 2016 Republican Frontrunner ??????????
LMAO!
Don't laugh. He has built-in advantages in Iowa and New Hampshire, a party moving in his direction, and formidable fundraising potential.
If Chris Christie was ever the frontrunner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, he isn’t anymore. All along, the theory behind his candidacy was that he could overcome his lack of conservative bona fides with a combination of personality, competence, electability, and money. Bridgegate undermines all four.
In the minds of many voters, Christie’s personality has morphed from brash to bully. It’s harder to look competent when your top aides egregiously abused power under your nose. Christie’s supposed electability was based partly on polls showing that he was the only potential Republican nominee running even with Hillary Clinton. But Marist and Quinnipiac, whose surveys showed Clinton and Christie virtually tied in December, now show him trailing her by 13 and 8 points, respectively. The electability argument also depended on Christie’s supposed success in bringing New Jerseyans together across party lines, a harder claim now that Democrats in the state legislature are talking impeachment. And as Christie’s electability erodes, so will his vaunted support among GOP moneymen. As a Republican insider recently told BuzzFeed’s McKay Coppins,“There are definitely people jumping ship.”
So if Christie is no longer the candidate to beat in the 2016 Republican race, who is? Believe it or not, it’s Rand Paul.
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...
LMAO!!
I'm still rooting for Michele Bachman.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55816 Jan 26, 2014
BO STINKS wrote:
Both sides could go on forever you Democrat tool. If you could see past the donkey balls you might realize both parties are jackasses.<quoted text>
Uh,,, No. Trying to compare Sarah Palin and Michele Bachman to Hillary and Obama just doesn't work. The GOP has the monopoly on ignorance. You dumbasses named YOURSELVES things like "the stupid party" and "tea baggers." These weren't democrats making fun of you. This was you, making fun of yourselves.
Herman Cain for President

Arlington, VA

#55817 Jan 26, 2014
bottom of the barrel wrote:
Rand Paul Is the 2016 Republican Frontrunner ??????????
LMAO!
Don't laugh. He has built-in advantages in Iowa and New Hampshire, a party moving in his direction, and formidable fundraising potential.
If Chris Christie was ever the frontrunner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, he isn’t anymore. All along, the theory behind his candidacy was that he could overcome his lack of conservative bona fides with a combination of personality, competence, electability, and money. Bridgegate undermines all four.
In the minds of many voters, Christie’s personality has morphed from brash to bully. It’s harder to look competent when your top aides egregiously abused power under your nose. Christie’s supposed electability was based partly on polls showing that he was the only potential Republican nominee running even with Hillary Clinton. But Marist and Quinnipiac, whose surveys showed Clinton and Christie virtually tied in December, now show him trailing her by 13 and 8 points, respectively. The electability argument also depended on Christie’s supposed success in bringing New Jerseyans together across party lines, a harder claim now that Democrats in the state legislature are talking impeachment. And as Christie’s electability erodes, so will his vaunted support among GOP moneymen. As a Republican insider recently told BuzzFeed’s McKay Coppins,“There are definitely people jumping ship.”
So if Christie is no longer the candidate to beat in the 2016 Republican race, who is? Believe it or not, it’s Rand Paul.
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...
LMAO!!
I'm back on top of the trash heap again except for that little prick dog, Newt Gengrich. Just watch that little prick get his slush fund going again with Sheldon Adelson. I swear those guys are butt buddies too.

Vote for me, Herman Cain, The Ladies Man, for president and in not gay like Newt...hahaha
Desperate Americans

Chambersburg, PA

#55821 Jan 26, 2014
Five years of Obama futility.

Obama's America: the loss of good paying full time jobs, the loss of employer health care and American workers' difficulty in feeding themselves and their families.

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UsaToday.com , January 26, 2014

The new face of food stamps: working-age Americans

In a first, working-age people now make up the majority in households that rely on food stamps.

That's a switch from a few years ago, when children and the elderly were the main recipients.

Some of the change is due to demographics, like the trend toward people having fewer children. But the slow economic recovery is also playing a role, with high unemployment, stagnant wages and an increasing gulf between low-wage and high-skill jobs.
nine nine nine

Homestead, PA

#55822 Jan 26, 2014
Michele Bachmann Said God Would Repeal Obamacare !!!

That's right folks, first God told Bush to invade Iraq, then Michelle thinks God would also repeal Obamacare.!!!!!!!!!

Herman Cain for Pres and Michelle Bachmann for VP.........like the loonie tune of John McCain and Sarah Palin......LMAO!

Right after the election Herman does Michelle on the Oval Office desk.!!!!!! LOLOLOLOLOLOL!

God talks to a lot of GOP clowns !!!
LMAO!

LOOKY HERE:

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55823 Jan 26, 2014
nine nine nine wrote:
Michele Bachmann Said God Would Repeal Obamacare !!!
That's right folks, first God told Bush to invade Iraq, then Michelle thinks God would also repeal Obamacare.!!!!!!!!!
Herman Cain for Pres and Michelle Bachmann for VP.........like the loonie tune of John McCain and Sarah Palin......LMAO!
Right after the election Herman does Michelle on the Oval Office desk.!!!!!! LOLOLOLOLOLOL!
God talks to a lot of GOP clowns !!!
LMAO!
LOOKY HERE:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =mpaauImTgG8XX
And Rush Limbag said he'd move to another country if Obamacare passed.

Does he need boxes or something?
al jarrez

Homestead, PA

#55825 Jan 26, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
And Rush Limbag said he'd move to another country if Obamacare passed.
Does he need boxes or something?
Well, if you get caught doing illegal drugs in another countries they behead you..........he's safer here ! LMAO!!!

Rush.........the walking pharmacy LOLOLOLOLOL!
A Bumbling President

Clarks Summit, PA

#55826 Jan 27, 2014
Five years of a community organizer with no executive experience.

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FoxNews.com , January 22, 2014

Fox News Poll: As Obama starts sixth year, 74 percent say US still in recession

As President Obama starts his sixth year in office, his job ratings remain near record lows and more voters think his policies have hurt rather than helped the economy. And even as voters continue to hold mostly negative views on the economy and the direction of the country, a new Fox News poll finds they see some improvement.

A third of voters say they like both Obama and his policies -- a dramatic drop from 47 percent who felt that way in October 2012. In addition, 62 percent now say they dislike the president’s policies, up from 51 percent the month before his re-election.

Voters aren’t impressed with Obama’s economic policies: while 27 percent think they’ve helped, a 40-percent plurality says they’ve hurt the economy. And another 33 percent don’t think the president’s policies have made much difference either way.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55827 Jan 27, 2014
A Bumbling President wrote:
Five years of a community organizer with no executive experience.
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FoxNews.com , January 22, 2014
Fox News Poll: As Obama starts sixth year, 74 percent say US still in recession
As President Obama starts his sixth year in office, his job ratings remain near record lows and more voters think his policies have hurt rather than helped the economy. And even as voters continue to hold mostly negative views on the economy and the direction of the country, a new Fox News poll finds they see some improvement.
A third of voters say they like both Obama and his policies -- a dramatic drop from 47 percent who felt that way in October 2012. In addition, 62 percent now say they dislike the president’s policies, up from 51 percent the month before his re-election.
Voters aren’t impressed with Obama’s economic policies: while 27 percent think they’ve helped, a 40-percent plurality says they’ve hurt the economy. And another 33 percent don’t think the president’s policies have made much difference either way.
Fox News Poll. Hilarious.
FIX polled

Homestead, PA

#55828 Jan 27, 2014
Yep........here's who they polled.
Sean Hannity
Skank Kelly
Bill Oreilly
Glenn Beck
Sarah Palin
Dick Morris
Karl Rove
Bret Hume
Mitt Romney
Paul Rand
Ron Paul
Snitch McConnell
and a host of other morons....LMAO!!
D Cheney

Homestead, PA

#55833 Jan 27, 2014
New pool numbers for Obama Jan 17-24, 2014
50% approval
49% disapproval.......

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...

However GW Bush's approval rating was a disgraceful 24% at one point ,the lowest of any President of all time !!!!!!!!!!
FIXED NEWS

Homestead, PA

#55834 Jan 27, 2014
Bush's Final Approval Rating: 22 Percent

President Bush will leave office as one of the most unpopular departing presidents in history, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll showing Mr. Bush's final approval rating at 22 percent.

Seventy-three percent say they disapprove of the way Mr. Bush has handled his job as president over the last eight years.

Mr. Bush's final approval rating is the lowest final rating for an outgoing president since Gallup began asking about presidential approval more than 70 years ago.

The rating is far below the final ratings of recent two-term presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan, who both ended their terms with a 68 percent approval rating, according to CBS News polling.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/bushs-final-appro...
Herman Cain

Arlington, VA

#55835 Jan 27, 2014
FIX polled wrote:
Yep........here's who they polled.
Sean Hannity
Skank Kelly
Bill Oreilly
Glenn Beck
Sarah Palin
Dick Morris
Karl Rove
Bret Hume
Mitt Romney
Paul Rand
Ron Paul
Snitch McConnell
and a host of other morons....LMAO!!
These are all A-1 juice slurpers...
Democrats Doing

Narberth, PA

#55836 Jan 27, 2014
Toxic Obama and Obamacare, 100% the fault of the Democrat's.

Most voters don't appreciate working two part time jobs while losing employer provided healthcare coverage due to Obamacare.

-=-=-

Politico.com , January 27, 2014

Barack Obama’s lows could hurt Democrats in 5 states

Republicans need to pick up six seats to win the majority in the Senate, and Obama’s approval rating is below 35 percent in five states where Democrats are trying to defend seats.

In West Virginia, where Jay Rockefeller is retiring, 25 percent approved of Obama.

In South Dakota, where Tim Johnson is retiring, it was 32 percent.

In Montana, where Max Baucus plans to step down to become U.S. ambassador to China, it was 33 percent.

In Alaska, where Mark Begich is seeking a second term, it was 33.5 percent.

And in Arkansas, where Mark Pryor is facing a spirited challenge from Rep. Tom Cotton, it was 34.9 percent.
Ineffective Leadership

Clarks Summit, PA

#55837 Jan 27, 2014
In five years of a failed presidency Barack Hussein Obama has offered smokescreens, distractions and excuses rather than leadership.

His signature achievement? The Obamacare disaster.

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WashingtonTimes.com , January 25, 2014

Sen. Blunt: Obama ‘has a lot of explaining to do’ in State of the Union speech

A top Senate Republican said Saturday that President Obama “has a lot of explaining to do” in his State of the Union speech about the weak economy and persistently high unemployment.
...
“This administration’s agenda to create more government, more spending, more taxes, and more debt has created an inequality crisis of opportunity in our country,” he said.“Those policies have been disproportionately hurtful to the poorest among us for the past five years.”

He said of the president’s upcoming speech,“If all he has to offer is more of the same, or if he refuses to acknowledge that his own policies have failed to work – the president is simply doing what many failed leaders have done before him: trying to set one group of Americans against another group of Americans. We don’t need more class warfare, and we don’t need more interference from Washington.”

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