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Aug 23, 2012
 
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The links I posted I do watch for as long as I can hold my eyes open. It do get a bit boring and I do have a life soooo. My interpretation of things is hard core radicals got pist about the bail outs. I can't blame them because I did to. The t-party sprang out of that. We should never have had to bail out our own banking industry nor should we have had to bail out our own auto industry. If we had let them go under though, we'd all be driving VW's and 'yota's. We also might be spending Yen or Euro's instead of dollars. I don't think any of us can fully comprehend what may have happened without the bailouts. It occurs to me we should take steps to make sure this never happens again but what I'm seeing is a push from the conservatives to give these industries even more freedom to do as they wish. We're all seeing a push to end the social programs but no real thought is being put into the results of what would happen if this came about. I see a catastrophe because our aged, infirm, under privileged/young, unemployed, under employed would starve and teachers, libraries, police, fire departments etc would come to an end and all of those who are employed to issue/perform them will now be unemployed. The answer seems to be, let's privatize all of that. Good plan when you have no control over private industry any longer. After all, they have performed in such a sterling manner so far. Right. Give all your chickens to the fox so he doesn't raid your hen house. Sorry guys but this election cycle I'm seeing to much shallow, self centered dimwitted thinking coming from the Republican side to seriously consider casting a vote in their direction.
If you don't like the Republicans, you'd better consider what you're going to get if Obama gets another term. Unless your a hardcore liberal, I don't think you'll enjoy it. I'd rather not vote at all than vote FOR Obama. The way I see it, he had his chance and is clueless about everything. His cabinet is full of the hippies from the 60's, just grown up. Look at how many communists and socialists are in his inner circle. I think Obama is in over his head and his ideaology is not what mainstream America wants. It's time to give someone else a chance. In his 4 years, he has successfully made things even worse. Yes, he inherited a bad economy, but yes, he did make it worse with his policies and beliefs. If given another term, he will be so extreme, we'll never recover.
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Aug 23, 2012
 
I want a man who looks out for the rich like me, Romney has my vote. I need a third yacht and a fourth home on the southern peninsula of the coast.

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Aug 23, 2012
 
consider wrote:
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If you don't like the Republicans, you'd better consider what you're going to get if Obama gets another term. Unless your a hardcore liberal, I don't think you'll enjoy it. I'd rather not vote at all than vote FOR Obama. The way I see it, he had his chance and is clueless about everything. His cabinet is full of the hippies from the 60's, just grown up. Look at how many communists and socialists are in his inner circle. I think Obama is in over his head and his ideaology is not what mainstream America wants. It's time to give someone else a chance. In his 4 years, he has successfully made things even worse. Yes, he inherited a bad economy, but yes, he did make it worse with his policies and beliefs. If given another term, he will be so extreme, we'll never recover.
I myself can't not vote. I'm not willing to run the risk of the extreme conservative agenda getting a better toe hold. Not voting to me is saying the same thing as "I don't care" when I do care. It does suck that we at the moment only have either-or to vote for. As for the so called "Obama Agenda", it's been irrelevant this term. Again, if he doesn't have the cooperation of the House and Senate, his agenda is moot. The only things Obama has done is finish up the bail outs that Bush himself had put into place, Obamacare and Bin Laden. That's pretty much it. He can't raise or lower taxes, create jobs, make changes to regulations or anything else without the House and Senate. Since the House has been uncooperative in doing anything beyond fight to cut Social benefits and lower taxes even further, how has Obama made things worse? As for the hippies, communists and socialists remark,, I'm not even going to bother with that one.

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Aug 23, 2012
 
One more thing, you said Obama's rationale isn't what mainstream America wants yet he's neck and neck with Romney and bouncing back and forth in the lead according to several poles.
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Aug 23, 2012
 
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One more thing, you said Obama's rationale isn't what mainstream America wants yet he's neck and neck with Romney and bouncing back and forth in the lead according to several poles.
Well, Obama does have almost 100% of black people that vote for him no matter what, and most of the polls are leaning democratic. It helps alot when most hispanics and black people vote for you, just because you're black. Whether you want to admit that his cabinet is full of communists and socialists, or not, there's video and factual information out there to back this up. No one made it up.

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Aug 24, 2012
 
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Well, Obama does have almost 100% of black people that vote for him no matter what, and most of the polls are leaning democratic. It helps alot when most hispanics and black people vote for you, just because you're black. Whether you want to admit that his cabinet is full of communists and socialists, or not, there's video and factual information out there to back this up. No one made it up.
Saying these things are true doesn't make them so. If these are all facts then surely there has been research done that has links to them to back them up. Please kindly provide them so we all can share in these facts.

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Aug 24, 2012
 
Obama’s favorability numbers start to drop among African Americans - http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obamas...

Polls, for what they're worth can be interesting to watch but the fact remains we won't know who the majority favors until all the votes are in and counted.

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