Did you vote today?

Did you vote today?

Created by Rick on Jun 8, 2010

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Smushead

Jonesboro, AR

#25648 Jun 30, 2013
I pulled a 5 pound booger out of my nose
Now my head's kind of smushed in
how about you

Horseshoe Bend, AR

#25649 Jun 30, 2013
Redd Neckerson wrote:
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I wondered the same thing, but if he's one of those WallBuilder followers it doesn't surprise me. I've known a couple of Oral Roberts grads, good people, but definitely over the top in many ways.
Anyhow, as tack Master pointed out, I have made, and will continue to make royalties on every post made in this thread and I will also send your half of those Royalties each month, but it's time for me to take a vacation. Thinking of visiting some far off oppressive, socialistic, Nazi, communist, authoritarian bastion of sin and depravity for a refreshment course in Un-American activity, thinking Canada, maybe Massachusetts..
That is way too funny!
Hey! I am not the Tack Master.( that long winded retired Lawyer who used to live in Pocahontas and I didn't use Hellfire or Tea in my post) I asked a simple question as to whether you received $$ for your witty posts.
Educateder

Jonesboro, AR

#25650 Jun 30, 2013
how about you wrote:
<quoted text> That is way too funny!
Hey! I am not the Tack Master.( that long winded retired Lawyer who used to live in Pocahontas and I didn't use Hellfire or Tea in my post) I asked a simple question as to whether you received $$ for your witty posts.
What witty post?
Guest

United States

#25651 Jun 30, 2013
Nope
curious

United States

#25652 Jun 30, 2013
Why is this post still alive? Annoying
Educateder

Jonesboro, AR

#25653 Jul 1, 2013
Smushead wrote:
I pulled a 5 pound booger out of my nose
Now my head's kind of smushed in
Barney will get up your nose if you let him.
Guest

Searcy, AR

#25654 Jul 1, 2013
Barney likes guys anyway!!!
Brainiac

UK

#25655 Jul 1, 2013
Yes I voted for a t!rd that didn't read the bill he voted yes on. The bummer care bill and now the immigaytion bill. Prob many more he/she didn't read before voting on as well. Has to be. ThaT makes me a real brainiac doesn't it. Makes my vote important too. Now it's ok if I vote for someone cause there skin has a certain color so that person can spy on everyone in the country as well. But again, I am a brainiac. Next thing you know I'll be voting for somebody cause they put make-up on and wear stockings. ewwwww I am so smart my head is going to explode.
question

Conway, AR

#25656 Jul 3, 2013
I ain't a votin fer no woman
vote for poverty

Mountain Home, AR

#25657 Jul 3, 2013
question wrote:
I ain't a votin fer no woman
You must vote for Hilary.
she will guarantee that the USA will give trillions of $$ to foreign countries through the carbon exchange tax that Ozero is trying to start through any way possible.
Sam I am

Mountain Home, AR

#25658 Jul 3, 2013
Hillary is just another Obama puppet, To have this dog as president will be Obama all over again.
But of course that's what some morons want.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#25659 Jul 3, 2013
Sam I am wrote:
Hillary is just another Obama puppet, To have this dog as president will be Obama all over again.
But of course that's what some morons want.
First off, I am not particularly a Clinton supporter. I would be leary of a Hillary run simply because she stuck around with Obama when Bill clearly hated him because Obama went against everything the Clinton's stand for. Having said that, I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008) all day long before I voted for Barack Obama or anyone that shares his views even though Obama won't be on the 2016 ticket. Having said all that, no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016, they will not get my vote. That party has gone off the deep end and is killing America with their agenda.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#25660 Jul 3, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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First off, I am not particularly a Clinton supporter. I would be leary of a Hillary run simply because she stuck around with Obama when Bill clearly hated him because Obama went against everything the Clinton's stand for. Having said that, I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008) all day long before I voted for Barack Obama or anyone that shares his views even though Obama won't be on the 2016 ticket. Having said all that, no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016, they will not get my vote. That party has gone off the deep end and is killing America with their agenda.
There is a party who has gone off the deep end and is killing it's self. Let us take a brief look at some numbers, and see if can figure out which party that may be.

White Evangelicals gave Romney a whopping 78-21 margin, the rest of the nation collectively chose Barack Obama by a 60-37 landslide.

In 2012, Republicans only managed to win 8 of the 33 contested Senate races. In most of the close races that they lost, post-graduate voters proved to be the decisive factor.

Elizabeth Warren hammered Scott Brown 59-41 with post-graduate voters.

To understand how spectacular the Republican collapse has been among high information voters, not just in Cambridge, but nationally, a look at exit polls reveals the steady decline of GOP strength among highly educated voters. In 1988, George H.W. Bush trounced Michael Dukakis among voters with a Bachelor’s degree 62-37. He also carried voters with a post-graduate degree 50-48. In 2012, Barack Obama carried college-educated voters, narrowly losing those with only a bachelor’s degree but carrying post-graduate voters by a decisive margin of 55-42.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#25661 Jul 3, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
First off, I am not particularly a Clinton supporter. I would be leary of a Hillary run simply because she stuck around with Obama when Bill clearly hated him because Obama went against everything the Clinton's stand for. Having said that, I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008) all day long before I voted for Barack Obama or anyone that shares his views even though Obama won't be on the 2016 ticket. Having said all that, no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016, they will not get my vote. That party has gone off the deep end and is killing America with their agenda.
"I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008)"

"no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016 they will not get my vote."

So, according to your post you would vote for Hillary, but would not vote for a Democrat.

I would say you safely fit the profile of a low information, religious fundamentalists.
jack

Conway, AR

#25662 Jul 3, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008)"
"no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016 they will not get my vote."
So, according to your post you would vote for Hillary, but would not vote for a Democrat.
I would say you safely fit the profile of a low information, religious fundamentalists.
I would say you must have spent too much time back tracking posts to trap someone.
I will let others fill in their own blanks as to what profile you fit in to.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#25663 Jul 3, 2013
jack wrote:
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I would say you must have spent too much time back tracking posts to trap someone.
I will let others fill in their own blanks as to what profile you fit in to.
Jack you don't know shit, RC says he would vote for Hillary, an in the same post says he would not vote for a Democrat.

You see Jack, Hillary is a Democrat.

You see jack it was all in one post, no backtracking, its called a rebuttal.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#25664 Jul 3, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
First off, I am not particularly a Clinton supporter. I would be leary of a Hillary run simply because she stuck around with Obama when Bill clearly hated him because Obama went against everything the Clinton's stand for. Having said that, I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008) all day long before I voted for Barack Obama or anyone that shares his views even though Obama won't be on the 2016 ticket. Having said all that, no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016, they will not get my vote. That party has gone off the deep end and is killing America with their agenda.
"That party has gone off the deep end and is killing America with their agenda."

Really, and you say you are a small business owner.

HUMMMMMMM-

“During the month of June, the U.S. private sector added 188,000 jobs, driven by gains across all sizes of businesses, and with small companies showing the largest overall monthly increase. Most notably, the goods-producing sector added 27,000 jobs in June.

That's right, Small businesses lead the charge in private sector job growth, the mom and pop business's.

I know you morons will say that is not true, fine with me, just show me the numbers that says its not.

Highlights
• Small businesses (1-49 employees)+84,000
• Medium businesses (50-499 employees)+55,000
• Large businesses (500 or more employees)+49,000

That is ADP's numbers, the BLS numbers will be out Fri.

TOOOOOOOOOOOO bad haters.

In the six months and four days since the 113th Congress began, it has passed 13 laws. And, despite lawmakers constantly beating the drum on boosting jobs, none of the new measures have been focused on employment.
Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#25665 Jul 3, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
There is a party who has gone off the deep end and is killing it's self. Let us take a brief look at some numbers, and see if can figure out which party that may be.
White Evangelicals gave Romney a whopping 78-21 margin, the rest of the nation collectively chose Barack Obama by a 60-37 landslide.
In 2012, Republicans only managed to win 8 of the 33 contested Senate races. In most of the close races that they lost, post-graduate voters proved to be the decisive factor.
Elizabeth Warren hammered Scott Brown 59-41 with post-graduate voters.
To understand how spectacular the Republican collapse has been among high information voters, not just in Cambridge, but nationally, a look at exit polls reveals the steady decline of GOP strength among highly educated voters. In 1988, George H.W. Bush trounced Michael Dukakis among voters with a Bachelor’s degree 62-37. He also carried voters with a post-graduate degree 50-48. In 2012, Barack Obama carried college-educated voters, narrowly losing those with only a bachelor’s degree but carrying post-graduate voters by a decisive margin of 55-42.
Well, you're obviously talking about Republicans but, given that you had to go "inside the numbers" to convince yourself, gives me a sense of hope. As if the fact that Obama won the election wasn't enough for you. Trying to make yourself feel better in the midst of a abject failure of a presidency I see. Don't feel bad, I don't suspect you are alone.
Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#25666 Jul 3, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"I would vote for Hillary (and did in 2008)"
"no matter who gets the Democratic nod in 2016 they will not get my vote."
So, according to your post you would vote for Hillary, but would not vote for a Democrat.
I would say you safely fit the profile of a low information, religious fundamentalists.
Still not taking post in context I see. Read it again, though I suspect you knew exactly what I was talking about. I voted for Hillary so Obama wouldn't get the Democratic nomination and I would have voted for McCain against Hillary. In 2016, if Hillary gets the nod, I will vote for whoever is on the ticket opposing her. I will probably be voting in the Republican primary in 2016 and not the Democratic primary.
Reality Check

Lonoke, AR

#25667 Jul 3, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"That party has gone off the deep end and is killing America with their agenda."
Really, and you say you are a small business owner.
HUMMMMMMM-
“During the month of June, the U.S. private sector added 188,000 jobs, driven by gains across all sizes of businesses, and with small companies showing the largest overall monthly increase. Most notably, the goods-producing sector added 27,000 jobs in June.
That's right, Small businesses lead the charge in private sector job growth, the mom and pop business's.
I know you morons will say that is not true, fine with me, just show me the numbers that says its not.
Highlights
• Small businesses (1-49 employees)+84,000
• Medium businesses (50-499 employees)+55,000
• Large businesses (500 or more employees)+49,000
That is ADP's numbers, the BLS numbers will be out Fri.
TOOOOOOOOOOOO bad haters.
In the six months and four days since the 113th Congress began, it has passed 13 laws. And, despite lawmakers constantly beating the drum on boosting jobs, none of the new measures have been focused on employment.
As you know but refuse to admit, polls and monthly numbers are no more than opinions. This is no more clear than when the unemployment numbers come out, they are published as undisputable fact, only to have to be "revised" one way or another. Why not just release them when they are concrete? Maybe to judge the reactions of the manipulated markets? Who can say? You seem much more irritated since you last posted. Wonder what that's all about?

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