See what happens DemsRule12.

See what happens DemsRule12.

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hmmm

Van Wert, OH

#1 Aug 8, 2012
When you play that grade school cyber bully game, name calling and threats, with adults you get your nose rubbed in it. Grow up boy, stop trying to be a cyber punk, it only brings out more posting in your face.
Haha

Columbus, OH

#2 Aug 8, 2012
hmmm wrote:
When you play that grade school cyber bully game, name calling and threats, with adults you get your nose rubbed in it. Grow up boy, stop trying to be a cyber punk, it only brings out more posting in your face.
Sorry but no Romney supporter can rub anyones nose in anything. Romney is a joke and so are the people who follow him. You people can post about how Obama is gonna make everyone gay and take their guns and how he is the next Hitler but the facts are Obama is not doing a bad job. You people voted twice for Bush and wonder why the country is screwed up. You can post all the bull crap that you want but Obama supporters know the truth and your not changing our minds.
hmmm

Van Wert, OH

#3 Aug 8, 2012
Re-read the post, see anything about Obama ?
ron

United States

#4 Aug 8, 2012
Hate to see his idea of a bad job.looks like the desperate Obama camp got cought telling more lies in the latest ad about the Guy losing his job and his wife dying of cancer. LoL
DemsRule12

Ashland, KY

#5 Aug 8, 2012
See what happens DemsRule12
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Whoa, this time neither one of us knows what you're talking about. Whatever it is, it seems to involve the new Obama ad. According to Factcheck.org , Bain Capital did, in fact, buy the plant and load it with debt when Mittens was in charge, and they call it fair to argue that Mrs. Soptic might have lived longer if she'd had health coverage. They say it was wrong to imply that Romney didn't care about the people whose lives he ruined, since there's no way to know whether he cared or not. What's more interesting is their judgement on Mittens' new ad about the president "gutting" welfare reform. They list all the shameless exaggerations, and point out how hypocritical it is, since Romney himself needed welfare reform waivers as governor of Massachusetts. Guess who else used the waivers? Presidents Reagan, Clinton, and George W. Bush. Romney is famous for being willing to say anything, in the hope that clueless rightards will believe it. Ann Coulter is on the TV on my desk at this moment, demanding that Mitt fire a bunch of people immediately, especially the woman who accidentally told the truth about health care reform today. These people are not ready for prime time.
a-k steel

United States

#6 Aug 9, 2012
I saw some on the news before coming to work about that campaign ad.it is full of deceit if not flat out lies.the ad features Joe soptic who lost his job in 2001 but his wife had insurance till 2003 through her own employer. Only reason it stopped in 03 was due to an injury and she left the company. a very big detail they conveniently left out that undermines the heartbreaking ads narrative. Then Obama's deputy campaign manager Stephanie cutter told CNN "I don't know the facts when Mr soptic's wife got sick or the facts about his health insurance. "Well here is the problem with that statement. Soptic basically told the same story in a conference call with the Obama campaign on may 14 ,2012 so yes they knew about this ad.I'm working dayshift so ill be able to catch up on my posting.
blican 12

Ardsley, NY

#7 Aug 9, 2012
Dems rule 12 is not a male, just so you know.
yep

South Shore, KY

#8 Aug 9, 2012
Hey Tom, why dont you keep sitting on your ass and cashing govt. checks! STFU!!!!!
who knew

Ironton, OH

#9 Aug 9, 2012
DemsRule12 offers more than most when replying to issues. I feel that DemsRule12 is aware of both sides but chooses to back Obama because of his charisma rather than his performance. Have you bought groceries for three lately? Now not to be rude but I have to ask you, do you still live with your parents and maybe not helping with expences? The reason I ask this is because if you are then your really not qualified to present conjecture. Better yet do you remember just three years ago how many people were out shopping and spending their money as they cared? Where are they now? How many of your friends are like you, without a job and very little extra money? Do you have to decide to buy gas rather than a hamburger and a shake? What I'm getting at is that there is no way you can say that you don't see the pain that Obamas policies are having on all of us.
who knew

Ironton, OH

#10 Aug 9, 2012
BTW I like the debates offered by DemsRule12.
DemsRule12

Ashland, KY

#11 Aug 9, 2012
chooses to back Obama because of his charisma
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Wrong. I'm a reliable vote for the president because I'm a member of the middle class who's worked hard all my life, and I think it should pay off. If health care doesn't get fixed, medical expenses will wipe most of us out in the years to come. If we don't reform Wall Street, we can count on another bubble and another crash - they can't help themselves. If we don't do something about our tax code, which is rigged in favor of corporations and the wealthy, then I'll have to keep paying a tax rate that's double Mitt Romney's, which is ridiculous. Mittens has nothing to offer someone like me. I have no idea who he is, or what he's about. His campaign isn't about his vision for our future. It's about trying to convince people to hate Barack Obama. That's retarded.
who knew

Ironton, OH

#12 Aug 9, 2012
I don't believe that Obama is going to do a thing with the Wall Street or the Investment Banks. Today his Justice Department decided that no one would be held responsible from Goldman Sacks who help cause the last melt down. Guitner is still helping the major banks with loans. He has some big friends in the financial industry. I agree the tax code needs to be thrown out and a flat tax put in place. That way everyone has a little skin in the game. As far as health care we know what thats about money. It is going to cost us all more than you think. Its a tax and Dems like to tax and they can't distance themselves from that. With the Bush tax cuts expiring in Dec, Obama Care going into effect in Jan we middle class are going to get hit hard. My biggest fault with Obama is his deception of the truth. He bends and distort the truth with the intent to catch the voter, who is to busy to get deeply involved with the issues, with a hang phrase from a 30 second news nidbit. Its the dirtiest campaign that I've seen for a Presidential election. Sad really.
bubba

Baird, TX

#13 Aug 9, 2012
Retarded? Go ahead and vote for a the socialist dufus if you want........It's obvious you really don't think about things very much or you would see how he and his minions are running our country into the dirt and all his smooth talking doesn't change reality. Vote for your Democrat because your Grandpaw did , or you think they are "for the working man" or whatever worn out slogan you swallow , but don't have the gall to call others names when the real brain dead folks are looking at you in the mirror every morning.
DemsRule12

Ashland, KY

#14 Aug 10, 2012
Whatever, bubba. Vote for your retardican because you're crazy about the rich and want to keep their taxes low and their dividend checks coming in.
Balanced

Ashland, KY

#15 Aug 10, 2012
I make $ 36.29/hour and around 120k most years. I know life has been harder, more stressful and uncertain, these last 4 years. Due to uncertainty and the company that pays me, not spending their cash. They are afraid to invest in anything, bc they don't know when Obama and his e.p.a.'s next lawsuit is on its way. He's killing the big company's(who you call the rich and whom are), but intern is killing the working man. And already crushed the hundreds of contractors that worked for us. Vote him in again and kiss a thousand more good jobs in the tri-state goodbye.
Ralph Nader

United States

#16 Aug 11, 2012
Balanced wrote:
I make $ 36.29/hour and around 120k most years. I know life has been harder, more stressful and uncertain, these last 4 years. Due to uncertainty and the company that pays me, not spending their cash. They are afraid to invest in anything, bc they don't know when Obama and his e.p.a.'s next lawsuit is on its way. He's killing the big company's(who you call the rich and whom are), but intern is killing the working man. And already crushed the hundreds of contractors that worked for us. Vote him in again and kiss a thousand more good jobs in the tri-state goodbye.
I can confirm much of this. I too work at a large industrial setting for a world wide company, and sales are near dead... thereby eliminating any improvements plant-wide, or expansions in the company or workforce. In fact, eliminations of plants and workforces globally has been the norm the last three years. Yet I keep reading the economy is slowly improving from the popular media. Just makes me wonder if they're getting their stats from government backed resources.

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