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Nov 5, 2012
 

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This is it folks. Tomorrow is a day that will go down in history as either the time America voted itself into actual socialism or started to free itself from government restraints and control.
This is a choice that we must make wisely because I do not believe that it can ever be undone if the path to socialism is chosen.
Many of you know my views and may not agree with them but I would appreciate you taking the time to ponder some of Synergys, Bills, and my views. We have killed time and amused ourselves with the great debate over the last several months but now it is serious as death.
All I ask is that you actually take the time to think about where this country is at this time and where it is headed before you vote.
No matter which man wins I hopefully will still be able to continue on with my life and accept what it brings me. I wish the same for you.
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Bigdave, pointing Obama as a socialist, and Romney as a Capitalist, and polarizing both isn't accurate.

We live in a world where we need a blending of both systems. If we were to turn to a purely capitalist system in the USA, we would make products the absolute cheapest way possible, very few would have all of the wealth, and most of us would be suffering.

If we were purely socialist country, we would have nobody starting a business or living the American Dream, and all of us living on government.

Neither is happening. Neither is going to happen. We are going to merge both, no matter who gets elected. We are bound to have the same turmoil with either candidate. This is why we are so equally divided. Both candidates are not far from each other, but the thing i want more then anything else for this country is to make jobs at home. I am so sick of watching manufacturing go overseas, while many aren't working. It isn't right. It weakens us.

If we don't get back to our core values, as Americans, we are not going to accomplish much no matter who wins.
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Nov 5, 2012
 
DammitDewd wrote:
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Carol, are you aware that Obama is a Communist? Not only is he a card carrying communist, he is evil. He is America's enemy and he is not your friend.
said the Willard ass licker. Of all the stupid, juvenile republiKKKan comments in this thread, yours is perhaps the funniest of all. Please provide sources for your assertions that Obama is a "card carrying communist" (whatever that is) and "evil".
Yeah, that's what I thought, dumbass....lol. Willard/Ryan.....McCain/Palin part deux!
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Nov 6, 2012
 
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said the Willard ass licker. Of all the stupid, juvenile republiKKKan comments in this thread, yours is perhaps the funniest of all. Please provide sources for your assertions that Obama is a "card carrying communist" (whatever that is) and "evil".
Yeah, that's what I thought, dumbass....lol. Willard/Ryan.....McCain/Palin part deux!
Don't get all pissed, spook--your EBT card is safe.

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Nov 6, 2012
 
formerresident wrote:
Bigdave, pointing Obama as a socialist, and Romney as a Capitalist, and polarizing both isn't accurate.
We live in a world where we need a blending of both systems. If we were to turn to a purely capitalist system in the USA, we would make products the absolute cheapest way possible, very few would have all of the wealth, and most of us would be suffering.
If we were purely socialist country, we would have nobody starting a business or living the American Dream, and all of us living on government.
Neither is happening. Neither is going to happen. We are going to merge both, no matter who gets elected. We are bound to have the same turmoil with either candidate. This is why we are so equally divided. Both candidates are not far from each other, but the thing i want more then anything else for this country is to make jobs at home. I am so sick of watching manufacturing go overseas, while many aren't working. It isn't right. It weakens us.
If we don't get back to our core values, as Americans, we are not going to accomplish much no matter who wins.
Wow, I was impressed! You were doing so well until this:

"Both candidates are not far from each other"...

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#28
Nov 6, 2012
 
Look who's back! BoyMan!

Still can't walk the walk...
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Nov 6, 2012
 
There is a article on yahoo titled Firms cutting workers hours that topix won't let me post the link to. I have posted about six times and it only stays up for a second or two. The article is currently in the 51-55 area. It reads how companies are lowering hours and hiring mor part timers to avoid paying the mandentory insurance! This is obamacare at work! Wake up people!
I'm sure this will b taken down like the others.

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#30
Nov 6, 2012
 
wow wrote:
There is a article on yahoo titled Firms cutting workers hours that topix won't let me post the link to. I have posted about six times and it only stays up for a second or two. The article is currently in the 51-55 area. It reads how companies are lowering hours and hiring mor part timers to avoid paying the mandentory insurance! This is obamacare at work! Wake up people!
I'm sure this will b taken down like the others.
If yours is taken down, maybe the "copy" will survive...

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#31
Nov 6, 2012
 
Obama is the most left wing president our country has ever had. Remember....he promised to lead from the middle. One of his MANY lies.
If he wins, our country will continue it's present path toward a bloated, debt ridden entitlement state.
Romney believes in equality of opportunity. Obama believes in a much larger role for the federal government to ensure "fairness"(wealth redistribution) in the system. Romney believes in less government and more individual freedom. Obamacare is going to lead this country to fiscal ruin. How can anyone support THAT?????
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Nov 6, 2012
 
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If yours is taken down, maybe the "copy" will survive...
Less hours=less pay=forced into governtment healthcare paid for by mor taxes and bigger government! I see a future where you are denied for eating a big mac
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I see a future where you are denied for eating a big mac
sounds good to me

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Nov 6, 2012
 
formerresident wrote:
Bigdave, pointing Obama as a socialist, and Romney as a Capitalist, and polarizing both isn't accurate.
We live in a world where we need a blending of both systems. If we were to turn to a purely capitalist system in the USA, we would make products the absolute cheapest way possible, very few would have all of the wealth, and most of us would be suffering.
If we were purely socialist country, we would have nobody starting a business or living the American Dream, and all of us living on government.
Neither is happening. Neither is going to happen. We are going to merge both, no matter who gets elected. We are bound to have the same turmoil with either candidate. This is why we are so equally divided. Both candidates are not far from each other, but the thing i want more then anything else for this country is to make jobs at home. I am so sick of watching manufacturing go overseas, while many aren't working. It isn't right. It weakens us.
If we don't get back to our core values, as Americans, we are not going to accomplish much no matter who wins.
You have hit the nail on the head. problem is capitalism being merged with socialism. Soon it will all be socialistic and you know it. The people and the country will become poorer.
The reason our jobs are being sent overseas is this country has the 2nd highest taxes in the civilized world. Well it did until a few weeks ago when France announced something like a 50% tax. Labor unions ask too much so companies move overseas. New Federal regulations have slowed business growth and is actually killing jobs. ObamaCare will finish out lifestyle off by putting much of the work force on a 30 hour a week work schedule or even worse temp. service jobs.
You now have less companies starting up and more companies going out of business. Even the companies that the Government has given money to certain business's are failing big time.
All these unemployed people do hurt us but it is the governments fault.
My you see the problems but you just can't seem to put the puzzle together can you?
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#36
Nov 6, 2012
 
The reason the jobs are sent overseas, is because I can hire labor for 10 cents an hour, and Americans don't want to work for that. If it costs you a 100 to make a widget in the USA using american workers, and China can produce it for 2.00, if you are a company producing widgets, where are you going to make the widget? Giving somebody a tax break for making the widget here isn't going to help them get made here, if it is still, even with the tax break, cheaper to make them there.

The answer is not to ask American workers to keep taking cuts, the answer is to figure out what we can make here, how and then make a commitment to build here, and that is building a moral, social, ethical, compass into the economic decision. That takes getting back to our Core Values, as Americans, not Democrats or Republicans, words that polarize us.

I don't think it helps to keep changing the people. I think we need to rethink the systems, so that we can work with an aging population, of which we are many, and free enterprise, of which our system is founded upon. So that we do survive and thrive, for many more generations.

Fortunately, or unfortunately, I am not sure which yet, I do see a way to put it together.
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Nov 6, 2012
 
formerresident wrote:
The reason the jobs are sent overseas, is because I can hire labor for 10 cents an hour, and Americans don't want to work for that. If it costs you a 100 to make a widget in the USA using american workers, and China can produce it for 2.00, if you are a company producing widgets, where are you going to make the widget? Giving somebody a tax break for making the widget here isn't going to help them get made here, if it is still, even with the tax break, cheaper to make them there.
The answer is not to ask American workers to keep taking cuts, the answer is to figure out what we can make here, how and then make a commitment to build here, and that is building a moral, social, ethical, compass into the economic decision. That takes getting back to our Core Values, as Americans, not Democrats or Republicans, words that polarize us.
I don't think it helps to keep changing the people. I think we need to rethink the systems, so that we can work with an aging population, of which we are many, and free enterprise, of which our system is founded upon. So that we do survive and thrive, for many more generations.
Fortunately, or unfortunately, I am not sure which yet, I do see a way to put it together.
Well u can bet voting oboma back in is not a good start for that

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Nov 6, 2012
 
formerresident wrote:
The reason the jobs are sent overseas, is because I can hire labor for 10 cents an hour, and Americans don't want to work for that. If it costs you a 100 to make a widget in the USA using american workers, and China can produce it for 2.00, if you are a company producing widgets, where are you going to make the widget? Giving somebody a tax break for making the widget here isn't going to help them get made here, if it is still, even with the tax break, cheaper to make them there.
The answer is not to ask American workers to keep taking cuts, the answer is to figure out what we can make here, how and then make a commitment to build here, and that is building a moral, social, ethical, compass into the economic decision. That takes getting back to our Core Values, as Americans, not Democrats or Republicans, words that polarize us.
I don't think it helps to keep changing the people. I think we need to rethink the systems, so that we can work with an aging population, of which we are many, and free enterprise, of which our system is founded upon. So that we do survive and thrive, for many more generations.
Fortunately, or unfortunately, I am not sure which yet, I do see a way to put it together.
I hope Bill doesn't mind me using his saying.
I see you are still using your head to pound nails.
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Nov 6, 2012
 
Just voicing an opinion like American's do.

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Nov 6, 2012
 
formerresident wrote:
Just voicing an opinion like American's do.
This discussion will not matter anymore as it will be all over in a few more hours.
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#41
Nov 6, 2012
 
Panic is not necessary. It is very unlikely that either party is going to win the presidency and the majority of the House and Senate. No one is going to run wild and destroy the country. The scare tactics are out of hand, seriously.
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#42
Dec 13, 2012
 
doug fountain wrote:
Obama has pissed off so many people with his FAIR SHARE BULLSH** there is NO WAY he can win the 2012 elections.He has put SO MANY PEOPLE OUT OF WORK and wasted over 1.6 BILLION dollars that the taxpayers of america has had to pay out on his entertainment , personal travel and just wasting money.. SO LONG --so somewhere you are WANTED.. maybe KENYA or bumf**K EGYPT
How did that prediction work out for you??? HAHHAHAHHAHA! 4 more years!!!!!!!
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Dec 13, 2012
 
NY York Gal wrote:
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How did that prediction work out for you??? HAHHAHAHHAHA! 4 more years!!!!!!!
It takes an unabashed fool to laught about that. You stupid idiot. Thanks for ruining this country.

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