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Allison

Newtown Square, PA

#23 Sep 19, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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Your concern for Mitt is touching. Your smarminess and dishonesty is revolting. Nobody's buying what you're selling, whoever the Hell you are.
Hey IM - what's funny is that you and Dope believe every Republican loves Romney. It just galls you when a self-professed Republican using the moniker "BethWhistler" criticizes Romney. "It just can't be... Did the dittohead lose their way?? No -- they must be a deceptive Democrat stealing the moniker of an honest Republican. Yes, that's what is happening."
Inquiring Mind

Conshohocken, PA

#24 Sep 19, 2012
Allison wrote:
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Hey IM - what's funny is that you and Dope believe every Republican loves Romney. It just galls you when a self-professed Republican using the moniker "BethWhistler" criticizes Romney. "It just can't be... Did the dittohead lose their way?? No -- they must be a deceptive Democrat stealing the moniker of an honest Republican. Yes, that's what is happening."
Then why isn't Beth speaking for herself? Because she's you in this thread, that's the only logical explanation and she never called herself a Republican - she was undecided. I also am not a Republican, but I would vote for the AFLAC duck over the lame duck in the WH now. You're truly pitiful and everyone on this forum knows you're a strange and unethical person, no matter whose personna you hijack. If you think you're fooling anyone, you're not only deluded, you're as dumb as a bag of hammers.
Joe

Ardsley, NY

#25 Sep 20, 2012
It's funny how all summer we always read about Romney preparing for the debates. Oh look, there's Mitt between events prepping for the debates. But in the last few weeks we have not heard that line as often. You get the feeling the Romney campaign is starting to dread the upcoming debates and is beginning to downplay the debates. And for good reason. A gaffe prone candidate trying to act presidential is no match for the real president. Downplay the expectations and move on to Plan D.
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#26 Sep 20, 2012
Joe wrote:
It's funny how all summer we always read about Romney preparing for the debates. Oh look, there's Mitt between events prepping for the debates. But in the last few weeks we have not heard that line as often. You get the feeling the Romney campaign is starting to dread the upcoming debates and is beginning to downplay the debates. And for good reason. A gaffe prone candidate trying to act presidential is no match for the real president. Downplay the expectations and move on to Plan D.
Are you kidding me? You're right about one thing - Obama ACTS presidential, but the country is catching on to the fact that he's out of his league and is just acting.

The only candidate that thinks words are more important than actions is OBAMA. Nobody gets the "feeling" that Romney is dreading the debates - he's chomping at the bit and so is Paul Ryan. Talk about a "gaffe-a-palooza" - you got one in Joe Biden. Nice try, LOL
JJJ

King Of Prussia, PA

#27 Sep 20, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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Nobody gets the "feeling" that Romney is dreading the debates - he's chomping at the bit and so is Paul Ryan. Talk about a "gaffe-a-palooza" - you got one in Joe Biden. Nice try, LOL
I'm sure Ryan is prepping as much imaginary stuff as he can for these upcoming debates.
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#28 Sep 20, 2012
JJJ wrote:
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I'm sure Ryan is prepping as much imaginary stuff as he can for these upcoming debates.
After all, Biden has had 4 years to perfect his lying skills.
Republican

Lansdale, PA

#29 Sep 21, 2012
I've been a republican since I understood how propaganda works.

But, I wonder how republican politicians can be so repetitively stupid with their nominations, with their relations with unions, with their relations with universities.

Not saying democrats are better. They want USA to be more like China.

So I stick with stupid instead of the democratic party dictatorship.

But here is wishing that the republicans will smarten up someday, and the democrats will become less power hungry and evil.
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#30 Sep 21, 2012
Republican wrote:
I've been a republican since I understood how propaganda works.
But, I wonder how republican politicians can be so repetitively stupid with their nominations, with their relations with unions, with their relations with universities.
Not saying democrats are better. They want USA to be more like China.
So I stick with stupid instead of the democratic party dictatorship.
But here is wishing that the republicans will smarten up someday, and the democrats will become less power hungry and evil.
Power hungry, yes. Evil exists in the world, but I wouldn't characterize either political party as "evil." They each have a different vision of what this country should be and the role of govt in people's lives. Once you understand that, it's relatively easy to see which side of the fence to come down on based on your own beliefs. Stupidity is another story and there is no shortage of that commodity in Washington on either side of the aisle.
republican

Lansdale, PA

#31 Sep 21, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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Power hungry, yes. Evil exists in the world, but I wouldn't characterize either political party as "evil." They each have a different vision of what this country should be and the role of govt in people's lives. Once you understand that, it's relatively easy to see which side of the fence to come down on based on your own beliefs. Stupidity is another story and there is no shortage of that commodity in Washington on either side of the aisle.
You're right. Evil was too strong of a word used in a moment of weakness. I stand corrected.

The democrat dictatorship is more like psychopathic, with no respect for what made this country great, and the sacrifices that so many made for what made this country great. They are more willing to sell it all away for power and money.

Why is this county great and better than others like Afghanistan and China? Most don't know the answer. But I know the answer. A very few republicans know the answer. But practically no democrats know the answer or maybe they don't care about the answer.

It's a sad thing but republican leadership is truly pathetically stupid. Far more stupid than the democrats. Yes they are both stupid, but the democrats look like geniuses next to the republicans. The democrats will have their way in the end. Alas. Sad.

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