New Polls Show Mitt Romney Miles Ahead

New Polls Show Mitt Romney Miles Ahead

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spilled mitt

Little Elm, TX

#1 Sep 27, 2012
Oh sorry,my mistake. I read it wrong. Its Obama whos miles ahead.
just sayen

Paris, TX

#2 Sep 27, 2012
Whaoooo!!!!!

This time in 4 years we will have gas prices at $7 a gallon, bread and milk will be a thing of the past for most people that work so there will be great selection for us food stampers, and printed money will be so plentiful we値l be able to burn it in the wood stove to heat our homes.

Taxes on the rich will have run off all investors and everybody that could make a job will have moved to Canada or overseas so nobody will have to work and we値l all just sit around waiting on our checks to come in the mail and the first of the month for our food card to be refilled. We値l celebrate everyday by watching cable and reading junk mail.

It will be a great family time. All our kids will have to move back in and we値l even have to put up ma and grandpa since their savings is only usable in the wood stove. Yes I know brother and sister will have to sleep in the same room but maybe we won稚 have anymore inbred kids if we get the girl on those free baby stopping pill. Maybe our grandparents will get enough social security to pay our cable bill and soap to wash our dishes and underwear. It is going to be a glorious time.

What a great country this is.

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#3 Sep 27, 2012
just sayen wrote:
Whaoooo!!!!!
This time in 4 years we will have gas prices at $7 a gallon, bread and milk will be a thing of the past for most people that work so there will be great selection for us food stampers, and printed money will be so plentiful we値l be able to burn it in the wood stove to heat our homes.
Taxes on the rich will have run off all investors and everybody that could make a job will have moved to Canada or overseas so nobody will have to work and we値l all just sit around waiting on our checks to come in the mail and the first of the month for our food card to be refilled. We値l celebrate everyday by watching cable and reading junk mail.
It will be a great family time. All our kids will have to move back in and we値l even have to put up ma and grandpa since their savings is only usable in the wood stove. Yes I know brother and sister will have to sleep in the same room but maybe we won稚 have anymore inbred kids if we get the girl on those free baby stopping pill. Maybe our grandparents will get enough social security to pay our cable bill and soap to wash our dishes and underwear. It is going to be a glorious time.
What a great country this is.
Agree with your assessment, if nobama is elected to a 2nd term.
your username here

Mckinney, TX

#4 Sep 27, 2012
just sayen wrote:
Whaoooo!!!!!
This time in 4 years we will have gas prices at $7 a gallon, bread and milk will be a thing of the past for most people that work so there will be great selection for us food stampers, and printed money will be so plentiful we値l be able to burn it in the wood stove to heat our homes.
Taxes on the rich will have run off all investors and everybody that could make a job will have moved to Canada or overseas so nobody will have to work and we値l all just sit around waiting on our checks to come in the mail and the first of the month for our food card to be refilled. We値l celebrate everyday by watching cable and reading junk mail.
It will be a great family time. All our kids will have to move back in and we値l even have to put up ma and grandpa since their savings is only usable in the wood stove. Yes I know brother and sister will have to sleep in the same room but maybe we won稚 have anymore inbred kids if we get the girl on those free baby stopping pill. Maybe our grandparents will get enough social security to pay our cable bill and soap to wash our dishes and underwear. It is going to be a glorious time.
What a great country this is.
They really do have you all brainwashed don't they? You STILL believe the trickle down helps the lower classes by having more jobs and better ecomomy. How's that worked so far?
Better be getting you a new supply of Obama (n) jokes cause you're going to need them.
A real lesson

Round Rock, TX

#5 Sep 27, 2012
The funny thing is the jobs were going overseas LONG before Obama. Gas prices were going up LONG before Obama. Pluto was also a planet before Obama. 6Bid had all her teeth too!
curious

Blossom, TX

#6 Sep 27, 2012
natl. avg. of gasoline before obama 1.79-1.89 a gallon yeah that was W's fault too
just sayen

Paris, TX

#7 Sep 27, 2012
nee nee nee nee, I can't hear you. Obama is great. Bush is bad.

I know clinton's Community Reinvestment Act giving loans to people that could never afford then dodd and frank trying to cover it up by allowing them to be bundled into high quality loans, was what caused fannie and freddie problems, and the housing bubble, but trickle down allows us to blame it on WBush since he was in office when the stink bomb hit. By the time the effect hit, especially since WBush tried to fix it several times, we just blame him.

You are right though, if someone puts crap into trickle down, like clinton did, by the time it gets to the bottom effect, it is a really big smelly turd. Like I said though, it takes time for trickle down to work so we just blame it on whoever is in charge then.

Simple, WBush is our patsy. Sucker!!!!
curious

Blossom, TX

#8 Sep 27, 2012
then i guess the shyt from the little o's mess will be so deep we will never survive,that is a successful hudna by any muslim's agenda
What Is A Low Keel

Ripe, UK

#9 Sep 27, 2012
curious wrote:
natl. avg. of gasoline before obama 1.79-1.89 a gallon yeah that was W's fault too
The record high was under Bush.
just sayen

Paris, TX

#10 Sep 27, 2012
Well, I wouldn't say never survive, but those chumps trying earn a living are going to have a very long time of depleted wage buying power and taxed so much that no one else, for a long time, will move from a lower class to a higher class.

This is exactly what we want though. That way we can tell them what to do because they will be totally reliant on government. We'll all be as rich as sorros. Sodomy and drugs for self inflicted diseases will plentiful. Utopia.

Baaaaaa...we should change from a icon from a jackass to a sheep.
Think about it

Paris, TX

#11 Sep 27, 2012
your username here wrote:
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They really do have you all brainwashed don't they? You STILL believe the trickle down helps the lower classes by having more jobs and better ecomomy. How's that worked so far?
Better be getting you a new supply of Obama (n) jokes cause you're going to need them.
Trickle down works well -- when you take out big government. That's what made this country the greatest in the world -- until the last 4 years.

Think about it: when was the last time you saw water trickle up? It's the same with money. How do people who have no money trickle their money up? Yes, the last time I wanted a job, I went down to the soup kitchen and asked all the bums standing in line if they were hiring. Odd -- not a one of them was. But while I was standing there, a factory boss who worked for a wealthy man in town came in and said they were hiring if anyone wanted a job. You got it -- that wealthy man's money was trickling down! Multiply that by thousands, and it makes an impact on the economy.

Now, explain to me how the money trickles up. Remember, you can't say give them a government handout, because that is, in effect, trickle down. The tax man takes the income tax from the wealthy and gives it to the poor. Remember, the poor pay virtually no income taxes -- 47% of Americans pay nothing. Now then, explain trickle up.
Think about it

Paris, TX

#12 Sep 27, 2012
curious wrote:
natl. avg. of gasoline before obama 1.79-1.89 a gallon yeah that was W's fault too
National debt before Obama -- something less than $11 trillion. National debt now -- something more than $16 trillion.
Think about it

Paris, TX

#13 Sep 27, 2012
What Is A Low Keel wrote:
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The record high was under Bush.
But it didn't stay there. Look at a statistical chart, and you'll see a very steep drop after it hit that high. By inflation adjusted dollars, you can't beat Jimmy Carter! Except with Obama, that is. According to http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/washington-w... -- "while just barely, Obama has seen an even higher gas price increase than Carter dealt with under his administration. Under the Carter administration, gas prices increased by 103.77 percent. Gas prices since Obama took office have risen by 103.79 percent. No other presidents in recent years have struggled as much with soaring oil prices. Under the Reagan administration, gas prices actually dropped 66 percent. When Bill Clinton was president, gas prices grew by roughly 30 percent, and under both Bush presidencies, gas prices rose by 20 percent."
A real lesson

Round Rock, TX

#14 Sep 27, 2012
Think about it wrote:
<quoted text>
National debt before Obama -- something less than $11 trillion. National debt now -- something more than $16 trillion.
So then we should not have sent armored vehichles to our armed services? Look at the DOD budget that BUSH caused. I say send his ass over there and let him fight his own war.
Think about it

Paris, TX

#15 Sep 27, 2012
We shouldn't be wasting billions in welfare, medicare, and social security fraud. We shouldn't be wasting billions on Solyndar and Fiskars and Obama's campaign contributors and bailing out people who don't invest wisely. We shouldn't be paying billions in unemployment beyond 12 months. We shouldn't be squandering billions in Obamacare.

Defense is a legitimate constitutional function of the federal government. All these other things are not. There are plenty of places to cut besides constitutional government programs.

We don't have a revenue problem in this country -- we have a spending problem on things the government was never intended to do.

And in case you haven't noticed, muslim terrorists are still at work. What do you suggest we do with them? Just apologize to them and let them do whatever they want? That seems to be the Obama philosophy.
Think about it

Paris, TX

#16 Sep 27, 2012
Oh - and just FYI - "in World War II the United States achieved an unprecedented mobilization of resources, and defense spending rose to 42 percent of GDP in 1945. But after the war it never returned to previous levels. From a low of 7.33 percent of GDP in 1948 it doubled to 15 percent at the height of the Korean War in 1953, and was maintained at about 10 percent during the peak of the Cold War through the end of the Vietnam War. Against this the defense buildup during the Reagan era, from 5.6 percent of GDP in 1979 to 7 percent of GDP in 1986 was modest, and the Bush buildup from 3.6 percent in 1999 to 6 percent in 2010 to fight the first battles against Islamist extremism equally restrained. The plans of the Obama administration show a reduction in spending back to 4.6 percent of GDP by 2015."

http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/past_spen...

Now - how much do you think we should be spending on defense?

Just so you know -- We have 47 million people on food stamps -- a new high. As a percentage of GDP, SNAP was at about .275 in 2009. It now stands at about .52. And you think we're headed in the right direction?

http://www.cbpp.org/cms/...
A real lesson

Round Rock, TX

#17 Sep 27, 2012
Think about it wrote:
Oh - and just FYI - "in World War II the United States achieved an unprecedented mobilization of resources, and defense spending rose to 42 percent of GDP in 1945. But after the war it never returned to previous levels. From a low of 7.33 percent of GDP in 1948 it doubled to 15 percent at the height of the Korean War in 1953, and was maintained at about 10 percent during the peak of the Cold War through the end of the Vietnam War. Against this the defense buildup during the Reagan era, from 5.6 percent of GDP in 1979 to 7 percent of GDP in 1986 was modest, and the Bush buildup from 3.6 percent in 1999 to 6 percent in 2010 to fight the first battles against Islamist extremism equally restrained. The plans of the Obama administration show a reduction in spending back to 4.6 percent of GDP by 2015."
http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/past_spen...
Now - how much do you think we should be spending on defense?
Just so you know -- We have 47 million people on food stamps -- a new high. As a percentage of GDP, SNAP was at about .275 in 2009. It now stands at about .52. And you think we're headed in the right direction?
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/...
The unprecedented military spending; the pork barrel spending; the lack of responsibility have caused the current crisis. As such, it is no surprise that social welfare spending has gone up. What you should be concerned with is businesses shipping jobs overseas.

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#18 Sep 28, 2012
6Bid wrote:
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Agree with your assessment, if nobama is elected to a 2nd term.
Tin foil hats are on extra tight today
Actually

Blossom, TX

#19 Sep 28, 2012
your username here wrote:
<quoted text>
They really do have you all brainwashed don't they? You STILL believe the trickle down helps the lower classes by having more jobs and better ecomomy. How's that worked so far?
Better be getting you a new supply of Obama (n) jokes cause you're going to need them.
It has worked great for me.

Since: Jul 10

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#20 Sep 28, 2012
Actually wrote:
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It has worked great for me.
Still.....not so bright

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