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“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#65935 Sep 19, 2012
Interesting wrote:
Obama is Outsourcer-in-Chief
http://obamanomicsoutsourced.com/
Just how many jobs has those foreign funded stimulus deals taken away from Americans?
NOBAMA 2012
If you like President Obama's "outsourcing," you will LOVE Romney's!

Romney is a long-time expert in shipping JOBS and HIS MONEY overseas.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#65936 Sep 19, 2012
Interesting wrote:
Polls that aren't democrat skewed!!!
http://www.examiner.com/article/mitt-romney-l...
NOBAMA 2012
In polls that AREN'T skewed ... Romney is SCREWED!

Your cited article:
1) Praises skewed Rasmussen again! ROFL! Rasmussen has been proved to be around 4% biased toward Republicans.

2) States that "If Mitt Romney wins at least four of the [five] states mentioned below, it will be impossible for Barack Obama to reach the needed 270 electoral votes, therefore Romney's election is quite likely."

The article lists Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Colorado, and Michigan.

That "if Mitt wins at least four" statement is probably true, but I am amused that EVEN THE ARTICLE "weasel-words" that statement by putting in the phrase "is quite likely." NO "absolutely certain" or "is quite certain"! ROFL!

Romney's problem is that President Obama's probabilities of winning:
Ohio - 70.9%; Florida - 54.8%; Virginia - 64.7%; Colorado - 61.1%; Michigan - 97.4%

The article says some really silly stuff:

1. "Those five states are worth 85 electoral votes and could help either candidate on their road to the White House." REALLY?... ROFL!

2. Regarding Ohio, "A Rasmussen Reports survey of 500 likely voters released a few days ago for Ohio shows it nearly tied at Obama 47 percent, Romney 46 percent. A poll by Gravis Marketing earlier this month showed the race at Obama 47 percent, Romney 43 percent. Obama can't win this state with 47 percent, nor will be get many of the undecided voters in Ohio, who will break for Romney and allow him to carry this state as George W. Bush did in 2004 running against John Kerry." Even Rasmussen has Obama at 47%. I ask you ... if Obama gets 47%, and Romney gets 46%, HOW IS OBAMA GOING TO LOSE? With Romney "dissing" workers, how is Romney going to get those "undecided voters," whom Romney just accused of being lazy and moochers?

3. Regarding Florida: "Mitt Romney has lead in most of the credible polls in Florida for most of this year. A Gravis Marketing poll released today shows Romney leading 48 percent to 47 percent. The latest Rasmussen Reports poll of Florida released a few days ago shows Obama leading 48 percent to 46 percent for Romney. Wit most of the undecided voters going for Romney, there are few odds of this state not going for Romney in November." What the? ALL CREDIBLE POLLS ... and Rasmussen ... shows Obama ahead! Huh? "With most of the undecided voters going for Romney"? ARE YOU CRAZY?

4. Regarding Virginia: The article says Obama is ahead, but with the "undecided voters" miraculously voting for Romney that will "tip the state" for Romney! MORE SHEER MADNESS!

5. Regarding Colorado: Rasmussen and another poll show Obama ahead. But the article notes that Colorado "has welcomed Romney has [sic] a visitor several times and he will no doubt visit there several more times before election day, leading to winning the state." What the? Romney visits Colorado and automatically wins? Big DUH!

6. Regarding Michigan: "This state is a bit of a challenge for Mitt Romney, but given that it's somewhat of a home state for him that is suffering through the worst of the economic downturn more than most states, it should be one he can win." Yeah, Michigan is "somewhat of a home state" for Romney. The article cites two polls showing Obama ahead, but the economic conditions might help Romney if he can play his cards right! TOTALLY CLUELESS!

This is perhaps the most idiotically illogical piece of propaganda tripe that I have ever read! Has the writer no shame?

(NOTE THAT: President Obama can lose Ohio, Florida, and Virginia and STILL win the election, with 272 electoral votes, according to my projections based upon online state electoral vote probabilities.)
Norton

Overland Park, KS

#65937 Sep 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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When you have foot-dragging treasonous US representatives who are in a conspiracy to keep the economy down to prevent President Obama from being re-elected, it is hard to accomplish all of your goals.
As I stated a few days ago, Paul Ryan was in on those conspiracies.
You are totally out of your mind. Go take your pills!

CHEERS!
Strong Proud Conservative

Maryland Heights, MO

#65938 Sep 19, 2012
Norton wrote:
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You are totally out of your mind. Go take your pills!
CHEERS!
The ones doing the foot dragging are the Democrats in the Senate.
Norton

Overland Park, KS

#65939 Sep 19, 2012
Poos ur daddy wrote:
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In the doctrine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the terms “saved” and “salvation” have various meanings. As used in Romans 10:9-10, the words “saved” and “salvation” signify a covenant relationship with Jesus Christ.
http://www.lds.org/topics/salvation...
They depend on Jesus Christ for salvation. Now you're saying YOU can discern which Christian religous denominations are in God's favor. Is that in the Book of Norton's?
I only care what the Holy bible says. Salvation is deliverance from the guilt and power of sin. By his (Jesus) death and ressurection Jesus brings salvation to people who believe in him. Plain and simple.
Romans 10:9-10,13 That is you confess with your mouth Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved. Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.

Rev.22:18-19
I warn everyhone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book. And if anyone takes words away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from him his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.

I have talked with Mormons and I do not agree with their belief. I do not believe in the Book of Mormon.

However, I would rather have a Mormon for President than a Muslim!

CHEERS!
Norton

Overland Park, KS

#65940 Sep 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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How does one take the 19th century "out of context"?(Those were the 1800s, bud, and I doubt you lived then.)
Never said I lived then. I'll bet they didn't have police training for school violence back then either......among the many, many other terrible things that are happening now. This world is more chaotic than ever!

CHEERS!
Norton

Overland Park, KS

#65941 Sep 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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I agree. I am sure that far more Christians convert to Islam.
Well, a lot of so-called christians claim christianity. Only God knows their heart. I can't help their stupidity if they do that. It's a sure road to Hell!

CHEERS!

“DanFromSmithvill e......”

Since: Sep 12

Has been DISMISSED!!!

#65942 Sep 19, 2012
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

I JUST SAW THE FUNNIEST, MOST BLATANTLY HYPOCRITICAL, AND WELL STUPID AD I HAVE SEEN YET FOR THE OBAMA CAMPAIGN.

The ad tries to claim that if you try to divide the electorate by age, race, class, etc. then you are not Presidential material.

REALLY?

If that is true then OBAMA SHOULD QUIT THE RACE NOW, because that is ALL HE HAS DONE HIS ENTIRE PRESICENCY and has even DOUBLED DOWN ON IN IT SINCE THE CAMPAIGN began.

Let's not forget his sidekick Joe BiteMe who said "They want to unchain Wall St...they're gonna put you all back in chains"...to a crowd that predominately black.

WOW!!! Simply WOW!!!

The Romney campaign needs to snag that video and slice in a good dose of Obama and Biden doing precisely what they said makes you not Presidential. Lord knows they could end up making a 10 hour commercial with it.

“Do not bend, fold, staple or”

Since: Jan 11

mutilate. Point down range.

#65943 Sep 19, 2012
Strong Proud Conservative wrote:
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The ones doing the foot dragging are the Democrats in the Senate.
You need to stop drinking the Draino.
Dawg Delusions

Columbia, MO

#65944 Sep 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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I do indeed. They were Democrats. Like today.
You are not 80 or you are more delusional than I think. Real Americans were not looking for handouts, Real Americans did not support every excuse in the world to be a parasite on society,Real Americans of that era supported the military,and never apologized to terrorists or the enemy, Real Americans did not believe in continuing a debt gone out of control. The list could go on. You are not even close to the man my father and his generation were. A disgrace to the uniform and your era.....
Dawg Delusions

Columbia, MO

#65945 Sep 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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I assume that you disagreed with me? You never really got around to saying so.
Let us take 1) Romney. Recently, a video was released of Romney addressing his "base" (i.e.: the rich 1%-ers) and showing Romney blatantly stating that 47% of the US public expected the government to take care of them, and that these people are freeloaders.(And, incidentally, Democrats.) The audience ate it up.
The key point here is that, when Romney said during the primary that he doesn't worry about "poor people," he was TOTALLY SERIOUS. The video shows that Romney doesn't care for the "middle class," either. In an interview some time ago, Romney told George Stephanopoulos that the "middle class" starts with an annual salary of around $200,000 to $250,000. I must admit that, if I had a net worth of $250 MILLION, I might think the same thing.
Romney is completely "out-of-touch" with average Americans, and there is no hope for his winning the November election because everybody KNOWS that Romney has no idea what hard work is all about.
(I haven't worn a uniform since around 1963. I am unaware how one might "disgrace" a college degree, but I am sure that you can tell us.)
You can and do disgrace your supposed degrees by the lack of common sense and intelligence you show in your non-answers to questions... When you wore the uniform should make no difference to the disgrace you portray by supporting the worst commander and chief ever.

“Do not bend, fold, staple or”

Since: Jan 11

mutilate. Point down range.

#65946 Sep 19, 2012
Norton wrote:
<quoted text>
Never said I lived then. I'll bet they didn't have police training for school violence back then either......among the many, many other terrible things that are happening now. This world is more chaotic than ever!
CHEERS!
Often, they didn't have schools. The world is just as chaotic, there are just more people. I imagine that indians attacking a small settlement was pretty chaotic. Or maybe soldiers attacking a small indian village.

People are always saying the same stupid thing. Things used to be better when...

I say things are pretty good today. Better for us and for many around the World than they have been in the past.

I wake up to easily accessible, clean and safe water. I have electricity to run a multitude of devices including lights. A refrigerator with food and drink it it. A stove, an oven and a microwave. I drive a car pretty much whereever I need to go. I have access to doctors, hospitals, dentists and a multitude of mondern medical professionals and equipment. Good roads, libraries, sewage, parks and schools. This doesn't even begin to cover the wealth available to me today as an American citizen. Much of this is available throughout the developed world and becoming available to fledgling, liberal democracies around the world.

If I live in a city or isolated in some out of the way country nook, I would have most or all these things.

In the 19th Century, not so much.

“Do not bend, fold, staple or”

Since: Jan 11

mutilate. Point down range.

#65947 Sep 19, 2012
Dawg Delusions wrote:
<quoted text>You can and do disgrace your supposed degrees by the lack of common sense and intelligence you show in your non-answers to questions... When you wore the uniform should make no difference to the disgrace you portray by supporting the worst commander and chief ever.
I didn't know Dawg was a supporter of W. I will have to talk with him about that.

“DanFromSmithvill e......”

Since: Sep 12

Has been DISMISSED!!!

#65948 Sep 19, 2012
I see my TRAINED MONKEY BITCH, the Maryland Heigths Molester, DanFromSmithville, has been sitting there all day waiting for me to post. As soon as I make a post he shows up as usual.

Talk about a sad and pathetic life, putting aside the fact that he is a convicted pedophile.

Now you sit there, like I have trained you to do David (that's his real name as was found out when the dumbass posted his cell phone) so when I make another post (might be in 10 minutes, could be an hour, maybe even later tonight) you can do your little song and monkey dance.

In the meantime I want you to make a few of your rinse & repeat Dan obsessed posts.

ROFLMAO!!!

“So it's not you, It's them?”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#65949 Sep 19, 2012
This just in - CONs have begun to eat their own and to Turn on Mitt

Romney’s drift from the true heart of conservatism
The problem with Mitt Romney’s comments about the 47&#8201;percent of Americans who don’t pay taxes isn’t just that they are highly misleading and damaging politically. They also severely misstate and undermine conservative principles at a time when many Americans desperately want an alternative to Obamaism.

Conservatism at its heart believes in the individual. We believe that every person has the capacity to devise a life of her or his own choosing, and that untoward government activity both channels and throttles a person’s ability to flourish. That is true whether someone is rich, poor or average; whether a person wants to climb the highest mountains or dwell in the deepest valleys.

When I came of political age in the late 1970s, conservatism was led by two giants, Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp. Each came from humble backgrounds; each had known real adversity and expressed genuine empathy for the common man. Both had created uncommon lives for themselves. But neither thought that the people from the neighborhoods they left were anything but decent and honorable Americans, no matter how much they paid in taxes.

In their hands, conservatism ceased to be a theoretical oddity or academic exercise. It became the vital life force of American politics, the prism through which Americans could see their futures happily unfolding.

Central to this achievement was an obvious respect for the innate dignity of the average American. Kemp’s manifest passion for improving the lot of the poor endeared him to many who disagreed with his prescriptions. Reagan’s regard was less impassioned in his manner but just as profound.

Reagan addressed what he called “the forgotten American — that simple soul who goes to work, bucks for a raise, takes out insurance, pays for his kids’ schooling, contributes to his church and charity and knows there just ‘ain’t no such thing as free lunch.’&#8201;” In Reagan’s America, it was okay if you wanted to lead a quiet life, so long as you did not prevent others from pursuing their dreams.
And in Reagan’s view, ordinary people were capable of greatness.

There was Lenny Skutnik, who plunged from obscurity into the icy waters of the Potomac to save passengers from a downed flight. There were ordinary GI Joes whose courage on the beaches of Normandy (or, today, in the valleys of Afghanistan) protect civilization.

It wasn’t so long ago that mainstream conservatism represented these values. We indexed income brackets and personal exemptions to inflation in the early 1980s to protect middle- and low-income families. Conservatives created the child tax credit in 1997 and expanded it in 2001 to reduce the tax burden for parents. In the past decade, we championed a flat tax that contained a generous exemption for a family of four, precisely so those least able to pay would not be forced to.

I believe the mainstream conservative still believes in these things. But when Romney divides the world into makers and takers and presumes that our ability to pay federal income tax is a measure of which group we belong to, he sends a different message. He implicitly tells average Americans that their quiet work doesn’t “make” America unless they are entrepreneurs who make enough money. Worse, he tells them that their lives aren’t even dignified, that they are “takers” who are unable to exercise personal responsibility over their lives.

“DanFromSmithvill e......”

Since: Sep 12

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#65950 Sep 19, 2012
...and right behind FAGfromSmithville is another one of his aliases ChilliFAG.

(shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! He still thinks nobody knows it's him. At least he gave up on typing/ his sentences/ using the/ slash mark/ he/ must have/ got tired of/ trying to not/ screw up/ with it)

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#65951 Sep 19, 2012
Interesting wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =bQu2SVFF-cUXX
NOBAMA 2012
Are you Neo-CONs STILL whining about the comment "You didn't build that" of President Obama's? You know for certain -- but refuse to acknowledge -- that the phrase was used to refer to the roads and other American infrastructure which allows businesses to be built, to grow, and to prosper.

If you want a good example of "you didn't build that," just look at Romney: HE didn't BUILD the Kansas City GST Steel company, but he certainly threw it into BANKRUPTCY, and DESTROYED IT!

Along with 750 jobs of productive employees who were laid off, losing their healthcare, retirement accounts, and hope for the future.

You DIDN'T BUILD GST STEEL, MITT -- but you certainly DESTROYED IT!

http://llwproductions.files.wordpress.com/201...

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#65952 Sep 19, 2012
Jaxindians12 wrote:
Ioved how Obama was on David Letterman and stated he dis not represent anyone who voted republican! What a POS! The President is supposed to represent all of us!
Nobama 2012!
Might you have a link to that supposed visit to Letterman? We know you Neo-CONs "stretch the truth" mightily! Bet you do NOT have a link, and I am not speaking of some Fox News "propaganda-caster" reporting an imaginary event. I am talking the actual video on Letterman.

Since: Feb 11

United States

#65953 Sep 19, 2012
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-22055...

if he had to pay more in income tax, he would still have enough left over to play.

Since: Feb 11

United States

#65954 Sep 19, 2012
funny thing about all of those freeloaders:

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/09/17/1133...

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