SpeakUp Bids a Fond Farewell

SpeakUp Bids a Fond Farewell

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SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#1 Nov 7, 2012
First, I'd like to say it's been a pleasure chatting with some of you....Jenny, Bull and my Dayton friend, as well as all others who have supported Barack Obama throughout this campaign.

I'm not going to gloat (except I have to state that reality_review, ole' blue, Helpmegov and Wowser probably haven't slept tonight).

I believe this President needs more time. I talked with alot of people tonight and their clear mutual sentiment was, he did inherit next to a Depression and since the last one took 10 yrs. to even start to recoupe, this President desserves another (4) years and now he's got it. The other sentiment was, they were too unsure of Romney, what he stood for and what his specific plans were. I do believe Romney is a very intelligent man no doubt, however, this is not the time for Romney. Maybe another time in the future when our nation isn't so rocky and we're not afraid of some of those radical changes. I feel deeply his proposal (what we could figure out), was far too radical for the times. There does need to be some balance, but, clearly, surviving the mess Bush clearly left us with (and will go down in history for doing so), is front and center. Understand the deficit created was our life jacket.

The world is rejoicing tonight due to the Obama win. Other nations, just as we, want peace in the world and we should strive for that and make anything else, last resort.

Seriously, I'm just a good ole' gal who fought hard for what I believed in. I never deviated from square one and feel just as strongly after the win.

We need to live in this nation as a team, as that is what makes us strong. You will see in time, in history, that Barack Obama took the only path he could. He could not overcome a Depression on a shoestring, running the strongest nation on earth.

Romney scared me. He was king of oursourcing, known to have blazed the trail in fact. He took people's jobs all for the benefit of Mitt Romney. There was a reason he hid his prior year tax returns from this nation. There's a reason he'd have used his new pen to sign over another uncessary taxcut to the rich, while some good hard working people are struggling to pay their mortgage. There's no reason why corporate America can't patronize the country that made them who they are and respect American workers.

Thanks again, to my friends...and enemies who gave it your best shot for what you believed in.
Voter

Manchester, KY

#2 Nov 7, 2012
SpeakUp wrote:
First, I'd like to say it's been a pleasure chatting with some of you....Jenny, Bull and my Dayton friend, as well as all others who have supported Barack Obama throughout this campaign.
I'm not going to gloat (except I have to state that reality_review, ole' blue, Helpmegov and Wowser probably haven't slept tonight).
I believe this President needs more time. I talked with alot of people tonight and their clear mutual sentiment was, he did inherit next to a Depression and since the last one took 10 yrs. to even start to recoupe, this President desserves another (4) years and now he's got it. The other sentiment was, they were too unsure of Romney, what he stood for and what his specific plans were. I do believe Romney is a very intelligent man no doubt, however, this is not the time for Romney. Maybe another time in the future when our nation isn't so rocky and we're not afraid of some of those radical changes. I feel deeply his proposal (what we could figure out), was far too radical for the times. There does need to be some balance, but, clearly, surviving the mess Bush clearly left us with (and will go down in history for doing so), is front and center. Understand the deficit created was our life jacket.
The world is rejoicing tonight due to the Obama win. Other nations, just as we, want peace in the world and we should strive for that and make anything else, last resort.
Seriously, I'm just a good ole' gal who fought hard for what I believed in. I never deviated from square one and feel just as strongly after the win.
We need to live in this nation as a team, as that is what makes us strong. You will see in time, in history, that Barack Obama took the only path he could. He could not overcome a Depression on a shoestring, running the strongest nation on earth.
Romney scared me. He was king of oursourcing, known to have blazed the trail in fact. He took people's jobs all for the benefit of Mitt Romney. There was a reason he hid his prior year tax returns from this nation. There's a reason he'd have used his new pen to sign over another uncessary taxcut to the rich, while some good hard working people are struggling to pay their mortgage. There's no reason why corporate America can't patronize the country that made them who they are and respect American workers.
Thanks again, to my friends...and enemies who gave it your best shot for what you believed in.
Why don't you go deep throat obama's big black rod...
Wowser

Brownsville, TN

#3 Nov 7, 2012
I admit it- I was Dead wrong. I had too much faith that more Americans who worked knew the score than those who want everything handed to them. I guess American lives being lost for no reason in Benghazi and being lied to about it take a back seat to free abortions- how sad is that Really? I guess the USA knowledge of math is lacking just for starters.

$716 BILLION Stolen from Medicare to partially fund Obamacare
$800 BILLION in new taxes
$700 BILLION due to Obama's war on coal

And sadly that is not even the beginning - ALL borrowed from China who OWN the USA Now . I wonder how long those who supported Obama will celebrate before THEY get screwed and finally realize what so many have been saying for so long? Just wait until folks see their electric bills Skyrocket as Obama said they WILL

When will Americans stop re-electing the same folks regardless of the job they're doing or not doing? When will we FIRE politicians who won't keep their promises but tell us what we want to hear then laugh at us for believing lie after lie? We' never let someone else working for us do that, yet for some stupid reason it seems politicians get a free pass. Anyone seeing Obama yesterday know he even realized he'd lost; he finally figured out he wasn't KING and his refusal to work with the other side had cost him. Well now those who put social issues ahead of the future of the USA had their say , we'll see how happy they really are a year or two from now.
Voter

Mount Vernon, KY

#4 Nov 7, 2012
Wowser you don't know CHIT you big mouth clown........OBAMA 2012
Sold Out

Somerset, KY

#5 Nov 7, 2012
SpeakUp wrote:
First, I'd like to say it's been a pleasure chatting with some of you....Jenny, Bull and my Dayton friend, as well as all others who have supported Barack Obama throughout this campaign.
I'm not going to gloat (except I have to state that reality_review, ole' blue, Helpmegov and Wowser probably haven't slept tonight).
I believe this President needs more time. I talked with alot of people tonight and their clear mutual sentiment was, he did inherit next to a Depression and since the last one took 10 yrs. to even start to recoupe, this President desserves another (4) years and now he's got it. The other sentiment was, they were too unsure of Romney, what he stood for and what his specific plans were. I do believe Romney is a very intelligent man no doubt, however, this is not the time for Romney. Maybe another time in the future when our nation isn't so rocky and we're not afraid of some of those radical changes. I feel deeply his proposal (what we could figure out), was far too radical for the times. There does need to be some balance, but, clearly, surviving the mess Bush clearly left us with (and will go down in history for doing so), is front and center. Understand the deficit created was our life jacket.
The world is rejoicing tonight due to the Obama win. Other nations, just as we, want peace in the world and we should strive for that and make anything else, last resort.
Seriously, I'm just a good ole' gal who fought hard for what I believed in. I never deviated from square one and feel just as strongly after the win.
We need to live in this nation as a team, as that is what makes us strong. You will see in time, in history, that Barack Obama took the only path he could. He could not overcome a Depression on a shoestring, running the strongest nation on earth.
Romney scared me. He was king of oursourcing, known to have blazed the trail in fact. He took people's jobs all for the benefit of Mitt Romney. There was a reason he hid his prior year tax returns from this nation. There's a reason he'd have used his new pen to sign over another uncessary taxcut to the rich, while some good hard working people are struggling to pay their mortgage. There's no reason why corporate America can't patronize the country that made them who they are and respect American workers.
Thanks again, to my friends...and enemies who gave it your best shot for what you believed in.
This has been a paid advertisement for the Communist Party U.S.A.
Bull

London, KY

#6 Nov 7, 2012
SpeakUp wrote:
First, I'd like to say it's been a pleasure chatting with some of you....Jenny, Bull and my Dayton friend, as well as all others who have supported Barack Obama throughout this campaign.
I'm not going to gloat (except I have to state that reality_review, ole' blue, Helpmegov and Wowser probably haven't slept tonight).
I believe this President needs more time. I talked with alot of people tonight and their clear mutual sentiment was, he did inherit next to a Depression and since the last one took 10 yrs. to even start to recoupe, this President desserves another (4) years and now he's got it. The other sentiment was, they were too unsure of Romney, what he stood for and what his specific plans were. I do believe Romney is a very intelligent man no doubt, however, this is not the time for Romney. Maybe another time in the future when our nation isn't so rocky and we're not afraid of some of those radical changes. I feel deeply his proposal (what we could figure out), was far too radical for the times. There does need to be some balance, but, clearly, surviving the mess Bush clearly left us with (and will go down in history for doing so), is front and center. Understand the deficit created was our life jacket.
The world is rejoicing tonight due to the Obama win. Other nations, just as we, want peace in the world and we should strive for that and make anything else, last resort.
Seriously, I'm just a good ole' gal who fought hard for what I believed in. I never deviated from square one and feel just as strongly after the win.
We need to live in this nation as a team, as that is what makes us strong. You will see in time, in history, that Barack Obama took the only path he could. He could not overcome a Depression on a shoestring, running the strongest nation on earth.
Romney scared me. He was king of oursourcing, known to have blazed the trail in fact. He took people's jobs all for the benefit of Mitt Romney. There was a reason he hid his prior year tax returns from this nation. There's a reason he'd have used his new pen to sign over another uncessary taxcut to the rich, while some good hard working people are struggling to pay their mortgage. There's no reason why corporate America can't patronize the country that made them who they are and respect American workers.
Thanks again, to my friends...and enemies who gave it your best shot for what you believed in.
Very well stated my friend! You put into words exactly how I feel! I really enjoyed your posts and point of view throughout this election! With all the nastiness and hate you and Jenny took on here, most people would have just stayed away, but not you two. You never let them get you down. You never let them see you sweat. You stood your ground the whole way through. You're both smart, strong willed women, and this country needs more women like you.
Sold Out

Somerset, KY

#7 Nov 7, 2012
Bull wrote:
<quoted text>
Very well stated my friend! You put into words exactly how I feel! I really enjoyed your posts and point of view throughout this election! With all the nastiness and hate you and Jenny took on here, most people would have just stayed away, but not you two. You never let them get you down. You never let them see you sweat. You stood your ground the whole way through. You're both smart, strong willed women, and this country needs more women like you.
This has been a supporting statement paid for by the Communist Party U.S.A.
Bull

London, KY

#8 Nov 7, 2012
Wowser wrote:
I admit it- I was Dead wrong. I had too much faith that more Americans who worked knew the score than those who want everything handed to them. I guess American lives being lost for no reason in Benghazi and being lied to about it take a back seat to free abortions- how sad is that Really? I guess the USA knowledge of math is lacking just for starters.
$716 BILLION Stolen from Medicare to partially fund Obamacare
$800 BILLION in new taxes
$700 BILLION due to Obama's war on coal
And sadly that is not even the beginning - ALL borrowed from China who OWN the USA Now . I wonder how long those who supported Obama will celebrate before THEY get screwed and finally realize what so many have been saying for so long? Just wait until folks see their electric bills Skyrocket as Obama said they WILL
When will Americans stop re-electing the same folks regardless of the job they're doing or not doing? When will we FIRE politicians who won't keep their promises but tell us what we want to hear then laugh at us for believing lie after lie? We' never let someone else working for us do that, yet for some stupid reason it seems politicians get a free pass. Anyone seeing Obama yesterday know he even realized he'd lost; he finally figured out he wasn't KING and his refusal to work with the other side had cost him. Well now those who put social issues ahead of the future of the USA had their say , we'll see how happy they really are a year or two from now.
"Anyone seeing Obama yesterday know he even realized he'd lost; he finally figured out he wasn't KING and his refusal to work with the other side had cost him"

Are you a crack head? Obama knew he was going to be re-elected just like the rest of us poll watchers. Romney didn't have a shot in "mormon hell" (to borrow a phrase from hehe). The real pollsters talked to both sides and those in the middle, unlike the republican pollsters who didn't call cell phones and mostly polled republicans. That's why the republican pollsters were dead WRONG. I tried to tell you the polls are not wrong especially Nate Silver. The man is an awesome statistician, he knows numbers. His numbers didn't always go in Obama's favor. After the first debate Obama wasn't doing to well in his polls! Seriously you republicans should stop watching Fox News, they lie to you and you accept if for the truth. Its like they have you brain washed!
Wowser

Brownsville, TN

#9 Nov 7, 2012
You didn't see Obama hanging his head yesterday IF you believe a word you typed. I don't watch Fox news as I've stated several times. You assume far too many things which are not true. Obama didn't "win" MR LOST this one, the sheer number of folks voting against Obama make this clear. What you should do is realize how many states didn't support Obama and by a huge amount AND you "rejoice now", but we'll see how much you regret this two years down the road. THAT matters much more than "winning an election" was winning the best thing for the USA... Remember that when you see your high food costs, fuel, electricity, find out your health care now depends on a non-elected "panel" APPOINTED not elected that don't care IF you live or die - same for your parents and children.

Yeah "you won" you're happy and "I am a crackhead" we shall see how good it is and how "right you are"

You believe the "polls were right" yet how many states were still "too close to call' HOURS after the polls closed ? Don't flatter yourself- NO ONE knew the outcome of this one- period . It was said dozens of times by EVERY expert in politics- it's easy to state things after the fact- but most everyone knows BS when they see it

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#10 Nov 7, 2012
"Speak_Up Bids a Fond Farewell".....

...to America.
Future

Hindman, KY

#11 Nov 7, 2012
Voter wrote:
<quoted text> Why don't you go deep throat obama's big black rod...
Keep on making the Republican Party proud with comments like the one you just made. Typical NUT that has took over the Republican party, so sad.
Wowser

Brownsville, TN

#12 Nov 7, 2012
This election was different than any other on many fronts. Obama LOST ground even within his own "block" that is not good for Obama or his supporters. Had the GOP ran someone who the average person didn't fear Obama would have lost handily. True I thought he would anyway. I gave Americans far too much credit for being able to recognize smoke and mirrors . My mistake. Still the truth is the truth. Obama didn't have this election "in the bag" and IF the lie that he's good for the middle class had not been sold to foolish folks so well he still would have lost. IF most Americans had a clue what Obamacare is and really will do Obama wouldn't have carried two states. Falsehoods prevailed- simple as that and to me that is sad- very sad.
Bull

London, KY

#13 Nov 7, 2012
Wowser wrote:
You didn't see Obama hanging his head yesterday IF you believe a word you typed. I don't watch Fox news as I've stated several times. You assume far too many things which are not true. Obama didn't "win" MR LOST this one, the sheer number of folks voting against Obama make this clear. What you should do is realize how many states didn't support Obama and by a huge amount AND you "rejoice now", but we'll see how much you regret this two years down the road. THAT matters much more than "winning an election" was winning the best thing for the USA... Remember that when you see your high food costs, fuel, electricity, find out your health care now depends on a non-elected "panel" APPOINTED not elected that don't care IF you live or die - same for your parents and children.
Yeah "you won" you're happy and "I am a crackhead" we shall see how good it is and how "right you are"
You believe the "polls were right" yet how many states were still "too close to call' HOURS after the polls closed ? Don't flatter yourself- NO ONE knew the outcome of this one- period . It was said dozens of times by EVERY expert in politics- it's easy to state things after the fact- but most everyone knows BS when they see it
Nate Silver predicted the winner in all 50 states! He knew Obama was going to win days before the election as did Obama! It doesn't matter that states were to close to call hours after the polls closed! The polls were right, and they said Obama was going to win and he did!

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13510_3-57546161-21...

There was a website launched last night before any polls were closed it was natesilverwrong.com it had pictures of Nate silver with egg on his face! Guess what? That link now says "This website is temporarily unavailable, please try again later." LMAO!
ReallyII

Houston, TX

#14 Nov 7, 2012
Future wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep on making the Republican Party proud with comments like the one you just made. Typical NUT that has took over the Republican party, so sad.
More of the same from a Liberal Pig.
Bull

London, KY

#15 Nov 7, 2012
Future wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep on making the Republican Party proud with comments like the one you just made. Typical NUT that has took over the Republican party, so sad.
Agreed! This is not the same republican party my Parents belonged to, and it sure as hell isn't the same republican party my Grandparents belonged to! I don't think my grandfather would want to have any affiliation with these republicans!
hehe

Harrison, AR

#16 Nov 7, 2012
it's been a blast speak-up, see you in 4

hehe
Wowser

Brownsville, TN

#17 Nov 7, 2012
Yeah OK

"The polls were all right" the states were called before the polls closed

YET we still don't know who won Fla- every poll said Mitt would win but it's still too close to call.

You guys won

You won ONE $ TRILLION MORE DEBT PER YEAR (that Is what Obama is saying we'll see how much more gets taccked on)

Obamacare another $14 TRILLION+ price tag for WORSE health care, higher prices, longer waits and fewer doctors and nurses (WHY do you think there is a nurses strike in Cali now?)

Skyrocketing electricity bills (Obama's own words)

Higher gas prices

Much higher unemployment

Winning sounds great doesn't it?

WOW

Like I said remember "you won " in two years
ReallyII

Houston, TX

#18 Nov 7, 2012
Bull wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed! This is not the same republican party my Parents belonged to, and it sure as hell isn't the same republican party my Grandparents belonged to! I don't think my grandfather would want to have any affiliation with these republicans!
Maybe you need to move to where all your Liberal Pigs friends are, they are no here in Kentucky. Romney won Kentucky with 60% of the vote azzwipe.

Since: Sep 10

Prevost USA

#19 Nov 7, 2012
Wowser wrote:
This election was different than any other on many fronts. Obama LOST ground even within his own "block" that is not good for Obama or his supporters. Had the GOP ran someone who the average person didn't fear Obama would have lost handily. True I thought he would anyway. I gave Americans far too much credit for being able to recognize smoke and mirrors . My mistake. Still the truth is the truth. Obama didn't have this election "in the bag" and IF the lie that he's good for the middle class had not been sold to foolish folks so well he still would have lost. IF most Americans had a clue what Obamacare is and really will do Obama wouldn't have carried two states. Falsehoods prevailed- simple as that and to me that is sad- very sad.
If we had a fair and honest Media oBAMA would of never won the first time.With that media and the dishonest and slanderis campaign the democrats ran I truly think Americas best days are behind us.
We can never pay off 20 trillion plus in debt and have sub-par health care system in this country.

I hurt for America and unfortunately when people truly wake up the damage will be far to great to repair.
hehe

Harrison, AR

#20 Nov 7, 2012
The Real Just Me wrote:
<quoted text>If we had a fair and honest Media oBAMA would of never won the first time.With that media and the dishonest and slanderis campaign the democrats ran I truly think Americas best days are behind us.
We can never pay off 20 trillion plus in debt and have sub-par health care system in this country.
I hurt for America and unfortunately when people truly wake up the damage will be far to great to repair.
Interesting...
the only people not informed, the only people with illusions of winning, the only people still claiming total destruction of our country - FOXNEWS Watchers.
Conclusion - Don't Drink Foxnews

hehe

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