Everett Resident

Everett, MA

#1112 Sep 6, 2012
Four votes for Scott Brown today from this family - sure hope he makes it....
Fed-up

Malden, MA

#1114 Sep 6, 2012
No Florida quotes here.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton, FL

#1115 Sep 6, 2012
Everett Resident wrote:
Four votes for Scott Brown today from this family - sure hope he makes it....


Yes, he should make it. He's kept his distance from Mr. Romney and rightly so too. He's going to get re-elected because his actions reflect he is for the people not the Party he belongs to and that is why I choose to be an Independent so that I can vote for the person not the Party. I am just sorry I won't be in MA to vote for him.

As we can see, some people on here are stuck in their Party rut and denounce anyone else that is not of their Party no matter how correct they are, right Mr. Stamos.
jay silverheels

Pepperell, MA

#1116 Sep 6, 2012
there is a huge difference between Clinton and
Obama. when Clinton got routed in 1994, he sat
down with gingrich and other republicans, may
have had a few drinks, and made some deals to move
the country forward.
Obama, blames everything but the rain for his poor
record and never tried build a relationships after
his whooping in 2010. If Obama wins a second term,
i think it will be a mirror image of Bushs second
term, doomed from the start, a split country, and
gridlock.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton, FL

#1117 Sep 6, 2012
jay silverheels wrote:
there is a huge difference between Clinton and
Obama. when Clinton got routed in 1994, he sat
down with gingrich and other republicans, may
have had a few drinks, and made some deals to move
the country forward.
Obama, blames everything but the rain for his poor
record and never tried build a relationships after
his whooping in 2010. If Obama wins a second term,
i think it will be a mirror image of Bushs second
term, doomed from the start, a split country, and
gridlock.
I agree that both sides are at fault and to me it's the president who should trying harder to build relationships and ensure work is being done for the common good of all Americans. To there is no room for the attitude of "It's my way or the highway" that's just plain wrong.
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Casual observer

Alexandria, VA

#1118 Sep 6, 2012
Love watching these threads. Retiree has been taking some jabs and uppercuts and coming back for more and then he got his butt handed to him today. Man, know when you are beat. Now you're just embarrassing yourself old man.

Looks like you're never too old to be taken to school. Go lick your wounds.
Pete

Fitchburg, MA

#1119 Sep 6, 2012
I'm just gonna leave this here.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/ho...
Fed-up

Malden, MA

#1120 Sep 6, 2012
huh

Leominster, MA

#1121 Sep 6, 2012
Pete wrote:
I'm just gonna leave this here.
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/ho...
So you're saying the Republicans were watching Honey BooBoo.
Ivy

United States

#1122 Sep 7, 2012
Obama has no right to moan and groan about the deficit he inherited when he took office If the deficit was a pre-existing condition as he alleges, then he was fully aware of what he was getting himself into when he ran for President He made all those promises 4 years ago before he even took office that he was going to move our country forward. However, what was the deficit when Obama took office and what is the deficit now? Its clear Obama ran for President for the sole purpose of getting rid of a Republican in office and he was the Democrat who was going to do it. Obama has not improved our national debt nor has he stabilized the debt. Instead the debt keeps growing at the rate of 4 million a day. All who vote for Obama will be voting for party loyalty I'm sure a future Republican President or some other party's President other than Democrat will take the blame for Obama's actions these past 4 years and for decades to come. This country needs to take a look at job experience in government, business and finances as a criteria of all candidtes who want the job of President and not party affiliation Why do you think Obbama villanized Romney with misleading statements about Bain? Obama had no business or financial experience when he took office and based upon these past 4 years, he still doesn't have any. But its a glaring fact he was elected because he is a Democrat and not because he was experienced.
Ferenc S Barta

Debrecen, Hungary

#1123 Sep 7, 2012
I am an ex-Leominster resident now living in Hungary. I follow all news and everything happening back HOME in Leominster and in Fitchburg every day and WBZ news etc.... I am very much concerned, and interested as to what happens back home. Reading the "up-to-date" info, I can not imagine as to why there is a question about who do we support in 2010 .......
Yours truly
Ferenc S. Barta

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#1124 Sep 7, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
The only word that descibes the DNC after former president Clinton spoke is POWERFUL!
Did you hear me Beth, POWERFUL!
Yeah right, real powerful stuff if you’re a useful idiot! Just as powerful and influential you might say as all that influential help he provided during this Community Agitator’s “shellacking” back in 2010.
I see that 8 year stink has made it to that knob between your ears! I bet you were one of the many dolts who believed his lie "I didn't have sex with that woman" before getting impeached. The Romney/Ryan camp should come up with a new Monica Lewinski, Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones and Dolly Kyle Browning ad focusing on their war on women narrative. Now that would be really powerful.

Any number of contradictory narratives can be generated from a limited number of facts. Ignoring some facts, inventing or misinterpreting other facts (mortgage meltdown), and selecting facts to be emphasized, de-emphasized, or rearranged leads to radically different narrative results. Control of the narrative (propaganda in the bad sense) yields political control, which is what the liar really wants. Clinton’s narratives are no different than Goebbel's propaganda.
huh

Leominster, MA

#1125 Sep 7, 2012
Ferenc S Barta wrote:
I am an ex-Leominster resident now living in Hungary. I follow all news and everything happening back HOME in Leominster and in Fitchburg every day and WBZ news etc.... I am very much concerned, and interested as to what happens back home. Reading the "up-to-date" info, I can not imagine as to why there is a question about who do we support in 2010 .......
Yours truly
Ferenc S. Barta
Szia, Ferenc! Hogy vagy?
barbara

Holliston, MA

#1126 Sep 7, 2012
Elizabeth Warren - we are so fortunate to have her.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton, FL

#1127 Sep 7, 2012
Casual observer wrote:
Love watching these threads. Retiree has been taking some jabs and uppercuts and coming back for more and then he got his butt handed to him today. Man, know when you are beat. Now you're just embarrassing yourself old man.
Looks like you're never too old to be taken to school. Go lick your wounds.


I'd still be able to take you to the woodshed with no problem like your daddy should have and I am sure that man has a lot of regrets.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton, FL

#1128 Sep 7, 2012
Mr. Stamos, I see you still up to your usual babble and that you refuse to acknowledge the truth when it's presented to you.

Maybe you can give us your understanding of the status of our country when the last Administration left office?? I'd really like to hear your take on that subject. Just Facts has made the statement that there were eight good years under the last administration were you both in bed sleeping all those years????
Florida Retiree

Bradenton, FL

#1129 Sep 7, 2012
barbara wrote:
Elizabeth Warren - we are so fortunate to have her.
Yes we are, it makes it very easy to see good and bad to the point where there is no question that Sen. Scott Brown will be re-elected in a landslide victory.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton, FL

#1130 Sep 7, 2012
Ivy wrote:
Obama has no right to moan and groan about the deficit he inherited when he took office If the deficit was a pre-existing condition as he alleges, then he was fully aware of what he was getting himself into when he ran for President He made all those promises 4 years ago before he even took office that he was going to move our country forward. However, what was the deficit when Obama took office and what is the deficit now? Its clear Obama ran for President for the sole purpose of getting rid of a Republican in office and he was the Democrat who was going to do it. Obama has not improved our national debt nor has he stabilized the debt. Instead the debt keeps growing at the rate of 4 million a day. All who vote for Obama will be voting for party loyalty I'm sure a future Republican President or some other party's President other than Democrat will take the blame for Obama's actions these past 4 years and for decades to come. This country needs to take a look at job experience in government, business and finances as a criteria of all candidtes who want the job of President and not party affiliation Why do you think Obbama villanized Romney with misleading statements about Bain? Obama had no business or financial experience when he took office and based upon these past 4 years, he still doesn't have any. But its a glaring fact he was elected because he is a Democrat and not because he was experienced.
He was elected because the American people were sick of 8 years of failure, where the hell have you been?

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#1131 Sep 7, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
Mr. Stamos, I see you still up to your usual babble and that you refuse to acknowledge the truth when it's presented to you.
Maybe you can give us your understanding of the status of our country when the last Administration left office?? I'd really like to hear your take on that subject. Just Facts has made the statement that there were eight good years under the last administration were you both in bed sleeping all those years????
You want to talk about the Bush yeas, ok! Let’s start with what Bush inherited but never once whined about like this Community Agitator who's entire term in office has been nothing but a blame game.

During the Clinton years, the Islamic Jihad against us became a gathering storm which included unprecedented attacks on American soil and military assets overseas. Clinton refused to acknowledge the threat and did virtually nothing in response. Instead, he and his national security team pretended that those attacks were by individuals and isolated groups and treated them like a law enforcement matter.(aka Oblame-Fort hood/NY Terror Trials)

•The World Trade Center was bombed by Islamists in 1993, killing six and injuring 1,042.
•We lost 18 US Special Ops forces in Mogadishu while fighting Islamist allies of Osama bin Laden.
•Osama bin Laden declared war against the U.S. in his fatwa of 1996.
•The Khobar Towers used to house our servicemen in Saudi Arabia were bombed by Islamists in 1996, killing 19 US servicemen.
•Our embassies in Tanzania and Kenya were bombed in 1998 by bin Laden supported Islamists, killing at least 223 and injuring thousands.
•Pakistan and India both successfully tested nuclear warheads in 1998, to the surprise of our CIA.
•The USS Cole was bombed in 2000 by Islamists, killing 17 US sailors.
•In Israel, the Oslo accords had broken down, the PLO had rejected the most generous "peace for land" deal ever offered, and the intifada was back in business by the end of 2000.
•Nations pursuing nuclear weapon capability (beyond Pakistan and India, who had it by 1998) were North Korea, Iran, Iraq and Libya.

Within six weeks of Bush being sworn in, our economy was officially in a recession. By November 2001 that recession was officially over, just one month under Bush's own budget, and weeks after 9/11 with just 10 months into his Presidency.

Clinton produced a surplus budget by decimating our military and weakening our ability to ward off our enemies. Ninety percent of his job reductions were achieved by cutting Military personnel. Not only did he decimate our front line forces, one year before 9-11, FBI chief Luis Freeh requested 864 new counterterrorism agents: He got 7.
During his administration, the analytical and operations branches of the CIA were cut 30%. His same misplaced priorities obstructed the our intelligence gathering efforts in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and all the other Middle East bases of terrorism. After he signed the Iraq Liberation Act, calling for the forcible removal of Saddam Hussein he became distracted by lying to the American people about his affair with Monika Lewinski and paralyzed the government for the next 2 and ½ years.

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#1132 Sep 7, 2012
Bush’s war strategy of holding governments that harbored terrorists accountable was precisely what had been missing when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center the first time back in 1993. Democrats paint this war on terror as a blunder committed by the Bush administration, even an “invention” of the Bush administration, rather than an actual war that has been declared on us by Osama bin Laden and the global forces of Islamofascism.
In their warped view, Bush and America are responsible for the war that radical Islam has launched against us. This was not a tactical difference between opponents of the war policy and its supporters. It was strategic and kept this country safe throughout the Bush's years.

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