Early Voting For Republicans?

Early Voting For Republicans?

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Since: Jan 12

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#1 Aug 22, 2012
It appears to me that the Akin thing has scrambled the GOP up. And now, they're going to have to figure something out.

Are they going to go more establishment GOP...i.e. Romney's econ program and abortion position with exceptions?

Or

Are they going to go more Tea Party/Religious Right? Looks like, to me, that it's no longer possible to fudge the two together.

Time to vote.

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#3 Aug 22, 2012
Fred Gee Sanford wrote:
<quoted text>Romney wins because he's the alternative to Obama. That's what this election is about.
Democrats will probably hold the Senate 51-49 or 52-48.(Today it's 53-47.)
Republicans hold the House by at least 230-205.(Today it's 240-190 with five vacancies.)
Well, we'll see. But, even if Romney wins, in terms of actually governing, it seems to me that a decision will have to be made about the Tea Party/Religious Right...perhaps more the Religious Right, I dunno...but given the mess it's created...I don't see how the establishment will relish continuing with it. On the other hand, I suppose there's the danger of playing Lucy holding the football for Charlie Brown too many times with the Religious Right. Can the establishment weather a Religious Right backlash?
tip

Zanesville, OH

#4 Aug 22, 2012
Dream on, Jonah.
Akin was wrong, but the DNC and Obama are pure evil.
There is only one choice for conservatives in this election.

"DNC platform supports partial-birth abortion, excludes language for abortion to be ‘rare’"

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthc...

"Video: Obama Says He's 'Pro-Choice' on Third-Trimester Abortions"

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/video-oba...
Dumb Nutts

Portsmouth, OH

#6 Aug 22, 2012
Early voting for GOP? Does that mean their butler or their chauffeur delivers their vote to the board of election or can they just call it in to the Koch Brothers voting machines?
Dumb Nutts

Portsmouth, OH

#8 Aug 22, 2012
Guess who made those machines? You are right...The Koch Brothers.

Right here in Ohio the machines are built and serviced by Koch owned companies.

The Republicans have out raised and outspent the democrats this year in the Presidential race. All so Romney can lie and lie and lie because his past is worse than any record Obama has developed. He profited from abortions while publicly stating he opposed them. http://www.renewamerica.com/article/120822

He sent money to off shore accounts to keep from paying evening the same rate that a man who makes $100,000 pays. He has lied about welfare reform and medicare.

Say what you want about Obama, deep down you can trust him. Romney you wouldn't trust if he had Jesus Christ standing next to him.
Imagine-2011

Brentwood, TN

#9 Aug 22, 2012
tip wrote:
Dream on, Jonah.
Akin was wrong, but the DNC and Obama are pure evil.
There is only one choice for conservatives in this election.
"DNC platform supports partial-birth abortion, excludes language for abortion to be ‘rare’"
http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthc...
"Video: Obama Says He's 'Pro-Choice' on Third-Trimester Abortions"
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/video-oba...
Obama is sickening. To make laws, just to gain votes, that allow the killing of babies that could live outside of the womb, there's something very evil inside of him, for sure.
Conservative

Greenville, OH

#11 Aug 22, 2012
Fred Gee Sanford wrote:
<quoted text>Depends on the House and the Tea Party influence. Romney will go full establishment RINO on day one and I think Ryan will give him headaches from time to time. It will be interesting.
In my opinion, Romney if elected doesn't want to deal with Congress but rather concentrate on getting the economy on the right path.

He chose Ryan to run roughshod over Congress. Ryan knows the numbers, knows the people and they know they can't bulls$%& him.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#13 Aug 23, 2012
Dumb Nutts wrote:
Early voting for GOP? Does that mean their butler or their chauffeur delivers their vote to the board of election or can they just call it in to the Koch Brothers voting machines?
no

it means that.....no ID....no vote for everyone

and rants like yours are for children who want gum in the checkout line; and mommy says no.

no

then mommy says I will give you a reason to cry; and you shut up because you know mom will spank you.

then mommy pays the bill, grabs you under her arm and continues on with life.

you learn, or get spanked.

Republicans are like mommy, they are smarter; and know what is good for you.

too bad you did not listen, so life spanked you.

that is your problem, so get busy repairing it.

Since: Jan 12

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#14 Aug 23, 2012
Well, which is it?

No aborttion whatsoever? Or. Restricted abortion with exceptions?

Are you saying, that after all is said and done, it's really all just the economy at stake, and you really weren't THAT serious about abortion? Really?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#15 Aug 23, 2012
Pr Jonah wrote:
Well, which is it?
No aborttion whatsoever? Or. Restricted abortion with exceptions?
Are you saying, that after all is said and done, it's really all just the economy at stake, and you really weren't THAT serious about abortion? Really?
you dizzy from spinning yet?

abortion and the economy have nothing to do with each other.

the only people who are rewarded by abortion are those that perform them.

the woman has to live with her decision her entire life; and the person who performed the abortion cashed a check.

how about we just tweak the law a bit to say if you have a second abortion you must be sterilized?

along with it, if you commit rape, you will be castrated?
Female

Chillicothe, OH

#16 Aug 23, 2012
Romney filp flops so much and now Ryan is doing the same so who knows where they stand on anything. Whatever Politically benefits them at the time. All you Republican voters don't know either. What idiots.
Female

Chillicothe, OH

#17 Aug 23, 2012
Shouldn't they be making it easier for everyone to vote? Then you get everyone's vote. I would think that would be the right thing to do. There was a poll on MNSBC last night for different groups voting for Romney, African Americans 0%. That answers the question why thet are trying to suppress the black vote. Blacks aren't going to vote for a racist Mormon.

Since: Oct 11

Columbus, OH

#19 Aug 23, 2012
No Republican has ever won the presidency without taking Ohio and Romney is failing in Ohio .... he is a loser in NOvember:

No Ryan bounce in Ohio as Obama lead remains unchanged in polls
http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local...

Quote: "Quinnipiac Poll shows that Obama is maintaining the 6-point lead he held three weeks ago. He bests the former Massachusetts governor 50 percent to 44 percent, the identical numbers from the Quinnipiac Poll released Aug. 1."
Conservative

Greenville, OH

#20 Aug 23, 2012
Female wrote:
Shouldn't they be making it easier for everyone to vote? Then you get everyone's vote. I would think that would be the right thing to do. There was a poll on MNSBC last night for different groups voting for Romney, African Americans 0%. That answers the question why thet are trying to suppress the black vote. Blacks aren't going to vote for a racist Mormon.
Republicans rarely get the Black vote.

Racist Mormon? Aren't you the enlightened one.
Imagine-2011

Brentwood, TN

#21 Aug 23, 2012
Female wrote:
Romney filp flops so much and now Ryan is doing the same so who knows where they stand on anything. Whatever Politically benefits them at the time. All you Republican voters don't know either. What idiots.
Just A Small List of Obama Flip-Flops


(THE RIGHT SPHERE) President Obama’s reelection campaign has accused Mitt Romney of being a flip-flopper that changes his positions all the time. In actuality, it is the President himself who has a history of doing just that. Here is an extensive list ofn President Obama’s flip-flops, hypocrisies and broken promises:
Running for President
The very first flip-flop that Obama committed since running for President is actually running for the office in 2008. Obama said in 2004 that he would not run for President in the next election. Based on what has happened in the last 3 years, this is one promise that most Americans would likely prefer he had kept.
TAXES & SPENDING
Adding Debt & Raising the Debt Ceiling
As a Senator, Obama opposed raising the debt ceiling, and said adding 4 trillion in was ”unpatriotic”. As President, he insisted the debt ceiling be raised and has added substantially more than 4 trillion to the debt.
Bush Tax Cuts
In 2008, Obama said that, as President, he would repeal the Bush tax cuts for the rich. In 2010, he extended those cuts.
Capital Gains Taxes
In 2008, Obama said that, as President, he would raise taxes on capital gains and dividends for higher-income taxpayers. He has not done so...Read more at therightsphere.com

http://nation.foxnews.com/president-obama/201...

http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/1630706277001/...

65 LIES of OBAMA

Since: Oct 11

Columbus, OH

#23 Aug 23, 2012
Just "enlighten" yourself by googling Mormon racism history:

"About 2,680,000 results (0.27 seconds)" at last count --
Joe

Springfield, OH

#24 Aug 23, 2012
Progressive Ohioan wrote:
No Republican has ever won the presidency without taking Ohio and Romney is failing in Ohio .... he is a loser in NOvember:
No Ryan bounce in Ohio as Obama lead remains unchanged in polls
http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local...
Quote: "Quinnipiac Poll shows that Obama is maintaining the 6-point lead he held three weeks ago. He bests the former Massachusetts governor 50 percent to 44 percent, the identical numbers from the Quinnipiac Poll released Aug. 1."
Even Liberal Newsweek said Obama needs to go. What will you do when your Messiah is sent packing?
Female

Chillicothe, OH

#26 Aug 23, 2012
That's right: according to this poll, Romney has zero percent support among African Americans.

"The numbers came from a statistically significant sample of more than 100 African-American voters out of 1,000 total voters in the poll," NBC News senior political editor Mark Murray told Lean Forward. "Given the sample size of these African-American respondents, the margin of error is well within the 95 percent-5 percent split with which Obama won this group in 2008. "

In other words, none of the roughly 110 black respondents to this poll said they would support Romney. The poll should not be taken to mean that Romney has no African American supporters at all. However, at the very most, he has far fewer than Obama.
.
Female

Chillicothe, OH

#27 Aug 23, 2012
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/blogs/na... list is too long so this is the link
Female

Chillicothe, OH

#28 Aug 23, 2012
Fred Gee Sanford wrote:
<quoted text>Google "black crime" and you'll get 14,434,556,478 results.
I'll take Marie Osmond.
We know you keep Google hot on black crime. You are obsessed with it.

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