Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
American

United States

#955 Aug 29, 2012
At least Romney has stability Obama is an erratic lying bastard who claimed he killed Osama Bin Laden
American

United States

#956 Aug 30, 2012
Fox showed a news clip of Warrens driver with a cab logo on his shirt His lawyer held a news conference and a clip was shown of the driver getting in the cameramans face yelling at him to get out of his face Don't believe Warren didn't know what was going on. Coakley didn't see her henchman attack anyone either although she's on video looking at the guy while he lay on the ground Both liying bitches
cutsbothways

Brookline, NH

#957 Aug 30, 2012
Vet 72 wrote:
<quoted text>I think you're 100% right about Brown and Rommey.Mitt Romney only worked for half of his term when he was the gov.Most of his time was spent touring the country and setting himself up for his presidental run. Another thing that bothers me is that he's already saber-rattling about Iran. If this man gets elected this country will be in another war.It sickens me how all of the chickenhawks on the right have no problem sending everyone but their own kids off to war.
and lets not forget our current gov. spending most of his
time in chicago working for the president on our dime.
and of course there was john kerry, who was lt. gov. for
about 20 minutes before running for senate.
you brown nose

Bridgewater, MA

#958 Aug 30, 2012
Chelmsford wrote:
Keep up the great work, Scott!!!!
your a brown nose he hasn't done a thing for us just him self.
dont be lead like a old hores wake up.
Resident

United States

#959 Aug 30, 2012
What about Warren who thinks the govt should have to pay for abortions because women don't take precautions yet she's built up to be a sheriff of Wall St who is going to stop wasteful spending She still can't tell the truth
Resident

United States

#960 Aug 30, 2012
Oh by the way Warren, as you attack Republicans in your latest rant on tv about Roe v Wade, are you abosutely positive that all Democrats believe in abortion, let alone that the govt should have to pay for unwanted fetuses after women failed to protect themselves? I am a female and I don't believe that govt should have to pay. I thought you were all for the working middle class. What class of people are having abortions? I noticed that you haven't ranted about 700 billion dollars cut from services to the elderly You don't have to worry being elderly because you are rich.
Still waiting

Medford, MA

#961 Aug 30, 2012
you brown nose wrote:
<quoted text>
your a brown nose he hasn't done a thing for us just him self.
dont be lead like a old hores wake up.
Maybe if you vote republican, your children will have a better education than you did. Did you learn your English and grammar in a crappy public school?
Malden Voter

United States

#962 Aug 30, 2012
Well at least some of us aren't being mislead by an old ninny goat Baaaaaaa She can't tell the truth either
Just Facts

Framingham, MA

#963 Aug 31, 2012
Resident wrote:
Oh by the way Warren, as you attack Republicans in your latest rant on tv about Roe v Wade, are you abosutely positive that all Democrats believe in abortion, let alone that the govt should have to pay for unwanted fetuses after women failed to protect themselves? I am a female and I don't believe that govt should have to pay. I thought you were all for the working middle class. What class of people are having abortions? I noticed that you haven't ranted about 700 billion dollars cut from services to the elderly You don't have to worry being elderly because you are rich.
BRAVO!! Well said!!
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#964 Aug 31, 2012
I watched the convention last night with positive anticipation of being swayed over of my opinion of Mr. Romney. All in all, I should have went to bed as Mr. Romney failed to tell me ONE THING that he would do to help the our country in his high octane of sugar "I love me" speech, I was so sick from all the sugar coating of how sweet of a family man he is that I had to take a double dose of my diabetes medication, in fact I may now need to go on insulin. He convinced me beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is not capable of holding the office of the presidency any more than he could carry a second term as the Governor of Massachusetts.

While I must admit I want a change in the way our country is going I am convinced by last night’s convention that the Republican party cannot run this great country of ours with Mr. Romney as it's leader and I know now why Sen. Scott Brown refused to speak at the convention.

As a huge fan of Clint Eastwood, I will pray for him each night now.
Just Facts

Framingham, MA

#965 Aug 31, 2012
It almost strikes me as comical, when some people are more willing to continue down a road of decline then to "fess up" and just admit that they made a mistake in voting for Obama.

There is a saying that I feel is very important in life...

Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.

Obama fooled a lot of people into believing that he would make our country better with his "hope and change". We now know what his true intentions are, and our country deserves better.

People that are truly unsure of their decision wanted to know who Mitt Romney and Paul Ryam are, and they were able to get a glimpse of who these two men are first hand. These two guys have records of accomplishments to show that they have the skills to fix what ails our country. They are conscientious and honorable men that have proven track records of "doing the right thing", not necessarily "doing the easy thing".

Our country needs these guys to help us fix our economy and get people working and believing in the "American Dream" again. It will be difficult, because we have some very big problems, but they have done it before and they can do it again.

I have yet to see anyone contradict the proven track record of the results Romney brought about in Massachusetts in just one term.

You can continue to bash him with rhetoric, but rhetoric isn't fixing our country. Go ahead and provide proof that Romney didn't fix Massachusetts...

Obama has nothing on Mitt Romney...plain and simple...and with Paul Ryan, they are EXACTLY WHAT OUR COUNTRY NEEDS.
Just Facts

Framingham, MA

#966 Aug 31, 2012
BTW...it is well known that Scott Brown and Mitt Romney have differences between them...so what? They are individuals and entitled to their differences. Scott Brown is an elected official in what has been coined as the "Bluest of States" and you would expect him to be in lock step with Republicans? Ain't going to happen...Scott Brown understands that he has a large constituency of Democrats in Massachusetts and he has vowed to represnt us all.

I was delighted to see how many statements were made at the RNC about the dividing that Obama has brought about and how this division has negatively impacted our country.

It will be interesting to see how the DNC handles things next week. I actually WILL observe the DNC with an open mind and try to see the positives, unlike some that watched the RNC with the sole purpose of trying to find anything negative that they can.

I'm kind of sick and tired of all the negativity and it is time for us to stop the bullshit and get back to working together for our country.

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#967 Aug 31, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
I watched the convention last night with positive anticipation of being swayed over of my opinion of Mr. Romney. All in all, I should have went to bed as Mr. Romney failed to tell me ONE THING that he would do to help the our country in his high octane of sugar "I love me" speech, I was so sick from all the sugar coating of how sweet of a family man he is that I had to take a double dose of my diabetes medication, in fact I may now need to go on insulin. He convinced me beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is not capable of holding the office of the presidency any more than he could carry a second term as the Governor of Massachusetts.
While I must admit I want a change in the way our country is going I am convinced by last night’s convention that the Republican party cannot run this great country of ours with Mr. Romney as it's leader and I know now why Sen. Scott Brown refused to speak at the convention.
As a huge fan of Clint Eastwood, I will pray for him each night now.
You're just pissed at Clint Eastwood because he just blew your entire premise of this Community Agitator spread the welfare President right out of the water. You’re exactly what Eastwood labeled you as, a mental masochist.
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Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#968 Aug 31, 2012
Stamos wrote:
<quoted text>
You're just pissed at Clint Eastwood because he just blew your entire premise of this Community Agitator spread the welfare President right out of the water. You’re exactly what Eastwood labeled you as, a mental masochist.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =qiHNVYRTKP8XX&feature=pla yer_detailpage#t=534s


Mr. Stamos, calling me names or trying to lable me means nothing to me and if that's all you got then you got nothing. Also, I am not annoyed at all, actually I am quite pleased because it was clearly pointed out at the convention that no plan exsists for a recovery of our country's current ills. Like you they too have nothing.

Like the uninformed person incorrectly wrote in a prior post, we can admit we went down the wrong road into beliving we were going to receive change and it caused us hope that we would recover from eight years of a down hill drive by a weak and unskilled administaation, BUT, it does not mean we now want to drive over the cliff because of that wrong decision.

Sen. Scott Brown has differences and one of them is; he too was in MA when Mr. Romney was our Gov. and he too can see that Mr. Romney did not seek re-election because he knew he would have been beaten badly in an attempt for re-election based on his performance. So I say, WAKE UP AMERICA DON"T BE FOOLED TWICE!

The only thing Mr. Eastwood did was make me feel sorry for him and his poor choice of remarks, but I still admire him and his work.

And Please Mr. Stamos if you cannot post something of value to me in the future please don't post to me at all.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#969 Aug 31, 2012
Stamos wrote:
<quoted text>
You're just pissed at Clint Eastwood because he just blew your entire premise of this Community Agitator spread the welfare President right out of the water. You’re exactly what Eastwood labeled you as, a mental masochist.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =qiHNVYRTKP8XX&feature=pla yer_detailpage#t=534s
Mr. Stamos, I just read the following in MSN News and thought I'd attempt to Educate you.

"Trouble with the chair: Clint mocked for RNC bit
Aug. 31, 2012, 8:38 AM EST"

LOS ANGELES (AP)-- Clint Eastwood earned plenty of bad reviews for his latest performance: a bizarre, rambling endorsement of Mitt Romney.

"Clint, my hero, is coming across as sad and pathetic," tweeted film critic Roger Ebert as Eastwood ad-libbed Thursday night to an audience of millions -- and one empty chair -- on stage at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. "He didn't need to do this to himself. It's unworthy of him."

I think Mr. Stamos, just maybe YOU should have been sitting in that chair!
Vet 72

Epping, NH

#970 Aug 31, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
I watched the convention last night with positive anticipation of being swayed over of my opinion of Mr. Romney. All in all, I should have went to bed as Mr. Romney failed to tell me ONE THING that he would do to help the our country in his high octane of sugar "I love me" speech, I was so sick from all the sugar coating of how sweet of a family man he is that I had to take a double dose of my diabetes medication, in fact I may now need to go on insulin. He convinced me beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is not capable of holding the office of the presidency any more than he could carry a second term as the Governor of Massachusetts.
While I must admit I want a change in the way our country is going I am convinced by last night’s convention that the Republican party cannot run this great country of ours with Mr. Romney as it's leader and I know now why Sen. Scott Brown refused to speak at the convention.
As a huge fan of Clint Eastwood, I will pray for him each night now.
Couldn't agree with you more.If this chickenhawk gets elected we'll be in another war within the first year of his term.And if we do,I hope a few of his strapping young boys head for boot camp.
Just Facts

Framingham, MA

#971 Aug 31, 2012
Anyone that claims that others are uninformed and then continues to pontificate on 8 years of decline during the Bush years isn't doing anything but parroting the same tired rhetoric from the Obama folks since Obama was elected. It is sad to watch someone continue to walk with blinders and just repeat the same old tired junk, but we do have people in our country that do that.

We didn't have 8 bad years during the Bush administration unless you were already someone waiting for the government to give you your allotment of government handouts...for those of us contributing, we had 6 damn good years, until Democrats took control of both houses and started the decline, which we haven't recovered from since.

We've been in a continued decline since Democrats took control of both houses and continue to control the Senate and Whitehouse. They will not stop until we look just like Greece and other countries in Europe. The vast majority of the people on government programs, higher income earners supporting it all, and GOVERNMENT IN COMPLETE CONTROL.

WE CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT!!
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#972 Aug 31, 2012
Vet 72 wrote:
<quoted text>
Couldn't agree with you more.If this chickenhawk gets elected we'll be in another war within the first year of his term.And if we do,I hope a few of his strapping young boys head for boot camp.
If you also notice in his speech he did not address Social Security, the Wars we are currenly in, Medicare or offer any hint of a plan to address them or any other issues of the country.
It's amazing that uninformed and hoodwinked people are not seeing that. All I kept hearing from him was how wonderful he is, he wants to have the kids jumping on the bed with him and self promoting talk like that. OK, so he's a Superdaddy, we are looking for a strong president not a replacement for Mr. Rogers!
Oh, don't worry, the boys won't go to boot camp, thats the last place they'll be.
Spider

Pittsfield, MA

#973 Aug 31, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Stamos, calling me names or trying to lable me means nothing to me and if that's all you got then you got nothing. Also, I am not annoyed at all, actually I am quite pleased because it was clearly pointed out at the convention that no plan exsists for a recovery of our country's current ills. Like you they too have nothing.
Like the uninformed person incorrectly wrote in a prior post, we can admit we went down the wrong road into beliving we were going to receive change and it caused us hope that we would recover from eight years of a down hill drive by a weak and unskilled administaation, BUT, it does not mean we now want to drive over the cliff because of that wrong decision.
Sen. Scott Brown has differences and one of them is; he too was in MA when Mr. Romney was our Gov. and he too can see that Mr. Romney did not seek re-election because he knew he would have been beaten badly in an attempt for re-election based on his performance. So I say, WAKE UP AMERICA DON"T BE FOOLED TWICE!
The only thing Mr. Eastwood did was make me feel sorry for him and his poor choice of remarks, but I still admire him and his work.
And Please Mr. Stamos if you cannot post something of value to me in the future please don't post to me at all.
Retiree: You say "WAKE UP AMERICA DON'T BE FOOLED TWICE!" That statement directly applies to those who voted for Obama. Only a very stupid person could poossibly believe his lies again. And there are a lot of you out there, with blinders on!

If you feel better off today than you were 4 ys. ago....you should vote for him. I am not in that category.

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#974 Aug 31, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Stamos, calling me names or trying to lable me means nothing to me and if that's all you got then you got nothing. Also, I am not annoyed at all, actually I am quite pleased because it was clearly pointed out at the convention that no plan exsists for a recovery of our country's current ills. Like you they too have nothing.
Like the uninformed person incorrectly wrote in a prior post, we can admit we went down the wrong road into beliving we were going to receive change and it caused us hope that we would recover from eight years of a down hill drive by a weak and unskilled administaation, BUT, it does not mean we now want to drive over the cliff because of that wrong decision.
Sen. Scott Brown has differences and one of them is; he too was in MA when Mr. Romney was our Gov. and he too can see that Mr. Romney did not seek re-election because he knew he would have been beaten badly in an attempt for re-election based on his performance. So I say, WAKE UP AMERICA DON"T BE FOOLED TWICE!
The only thing Mr. Eastwood did was make me feel sorry for him and his poor choice of remarks, but I still admire him and his work.
And Please Mr. Stamos if you cannot post something of value to me in the future please don't post to me at all.
No Florida Retiree, you’re responsible for your own label(s). If it looks like a duck, waddles like a duck, quacks like a duck, and craps like a duck, then it’s obviously a duck. You are the one who raised a very simple question when requesting anyone on this thread to provide you with anything “positive” regarding Mitt Romney’s record as Governor. And when given the facts that you obviously didn’t like, you completely ignoring that poster who even created a “relevant” thread to address you question.
Candidates Records-
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/fitchburg-ma/...
So tells us Florida Retiree, why are you avoiding all the good that Governor Romney did for the state of Massachusetts and making up stories while “guessing” why he chose not to run for re-election?

And as far as you keeping the "status que” in support of this failed Presidency, it would be unfair and misleading to single you out for being a fool since it is obvious you are surrounded by equal or greater fools, people who will never learn from experience, people who will react to the failure or bad outcome of imposing their foolish ideas by redoubling their folly.

Clearly a distinction should be made between naiveté and folly. Though they share common features and can produce similar, usually unintended and undesirable results, they are not the same thing. A person who is merely naive remains capable of learning from his mistakes and becoming wiser as experience continues to tell against his wrong ideas. A foolish person, on the other hand, is not capable of profiting from experience. As the dog to his vomit, so does the fool return to his folly!

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