US Voter

Sparta, TN

#42 Sep 18, 2012
I vote Republican because I hate Social Security. If only McCain and Bush had succeeded in getting all of our Social Security into the stock market, there may have been just enough money there to keep Wall Street from collapsing – until that source of money dried up and everybody lost their retirement savings.

I am grateful that the Republican has held the entire Congress for almost a decade and a half. I am grateful that we have a Republican majority on the Supreme Court, that Republicans run the Justice Department, FEMA, SEC, FEC, the Pentagon, Courts, Interior, DEC, etc., etc. All of America ’s problems are because Democrats have a slight Majority in the US House of Representatives for less than two years. I don’t care that the Democrats and Republicans had EQUAL amount of members in the Senate, and that the Democrats can’t pass even one single piece of legislation if all our lives depended on it without Senate Republicans allowing it to pass through unobstructed; and even if the legislation did pass unobstructed Bush would still have to agree to sign it. The collapse we are experiencing now is all Democrats fault. Rush Limbaugh said so, and I also saw it on FOX News.
US Voter

Sparta, TN

#43 Sep 18, 2012
I vote Republican because Sean Hannity told me that all our moral decay, and almost all of today's problems can be traced back to one man - Bill Clinton, and one woman – Nancy Pelosi. If people would just listen to Bill O’Reilly, Hannity, Limbaugh, Ingraham, they would know that all failures that we have experienced are the fault of the Democrats, and all the successes we have experienced are because of Republicans. Don't question why they say that, especially when the facts don’t jive with their statements. Just believe it.

The only reason America experienced the longest period of peace, equality, and personal prosperity during the Clinton years is because of Newt Gingrich, not Bill Clinton. After all, Clinton was having sex in the White House with Monica Lewinsky while Newt Gingrich was cheating on his wife and announcing his divorce from her while she was in the surgical recovery ward following cancer surgery; and Rush Limbaugh was getting the second of his now-three divorces.

These are plenty of good reasons to vote Republican.

And if you don’t vote Republican, we’ll just impeach any Democrats who are elected and remove them from office, establish “Tea Parties” fomented and organized by Republicans, and take over the country by fiat or force if necessary, but we’re going to have our way. If you’re not for us, you’re against us – and if you’re against us, that makes you a traitor (and we WILL deal with traitors after we’re back in power – permanently).
NOTWILLIS

Sparta, TN

#44 Sep 18, 2012
Both Romney and Ryan seem to be good men for the job. They have proved that they can do the job with their past experience.
Romney voter

Sparta, TN

#45 Sep 29, 2012
NOTWILLIS wrote:
Both Romney and Ryan seem to be good men for the job. They have proved that they can do the job with their past experience.
Only chance we have especially for religious freedom is to vote for Romney.
Querious

Beechgrove, TN

#46 Sep 29, 2012
just so wrote:
<quoted text> All of you need to stop watching fox news for your info and pick up a book or paper if you can still remember what they look like and after that maybe you will have an objective view until then its just B.S.you are spreading with nothing to back it up except ignorance.
So where do you get your news?

I heard a bit about Solendra, Fast and Furious,$16+TRILLION national debt...

I know it cost me about $40 to fill my tank and 4 years ago it was $22.

Please enlighten me. Where can I get true, unvarnished news?

“Republicans are right”

Since: Aug 11

Sparta,Tn.

#47 Oct 1, 2012
Every president since Roosevelt spent money we didn't have.Roosevelt Truman started the national debt and it either went up some or stayed about the same until Reagan Bush sky rocketed it again.The graph I looked at actually shows it going down when Clinton was president and shot up again with Bush Jr. and Obama.Its a proven fact that Obama doesn't care about balancing the budget and lowering the national debt so I'll vote for Mitt and would urge you all to do so as well.
HopeForChange

Hillsboro, TN

#48 Oct 1, 2012
I don't care who's a Democrat or who's a Republican.

I don't care who did what when. You can't change one second of the past.

I care about now and tomorrow.

I want a job, not food stamps.
I don't wanna pay $10 a gallon for gas and have my power bill double.
I don't want my grandbabies born $55,000 in debt.
buttercup

Beechgrove, TN

#49 Oct 1, 2012
it seems to me that the election will be between two ideologies. One is capitalism where anyone can start a business and become wealthy. The other is socialism where everyone lives in servitude to the government. Of course the ones on welfare and get food stamps, disability and any other hand out without having to work for it will vote for Obama.

Keep in mind one thing: During the late sixties there were several large communes practicing socialism. If anyone did not work, they were threw out and you had to submit all your possession to the commune where it was distributed throughout. their society. Keep in mind there were no old people, no one disabled.

This what Obama wants for the USA and the commune leaders of the sixties will help him make it come true. Of course after you no longer are productive, they will find a way to get rid of you (i.e death squads). They are doing it now in TN. Nursing homes. NHC has some 40 beds empty because the state will not approve anybody. In fact, they are sending sick people, even those on dialysis home to die. Who is doing this? Death panels composed of people that are more political than they are healers.

ANY QUESTIONS?
Romney yes yes

Sparta, TN

#50 Oct 1, 2012
buttercup wrote:
it seems to me that the election will be between two ideologies. One is capitalism where anyone can start a business and become wealthy. The other is socialism where everyone lives in servitude to the government. Of course the ones on welfare and get food stamps, disability and any other hand out without having to work for it will vote for Obama.
Keep in mind one thing: During the late sixties there were several large communes practicing socialism. If anyone did not work, they were threw out and you had to submit all your possession to the commune where it was distributed throughout. their society. Keep in mind there were no old people, no one disabled.
This what Obama wants for the USA and the commune leaders of the sixties will help him make it come true. Of course after you no longer are productive, they will find a way to get rid of you (i.e death squads). They are doing it now in TN. Nursing homes. NHC has some 40 beds empty because the state will not approve anybody. In fact, they are sending sick people, even those on dialysis home to die. Who is doing this? Death panels composed of people that are more political than they are healers.
ANY QUESTIONS?

Voting Romney Ryan?? I hope your answer is yes, it is our only chance!
bubba

Morrison, TN

#51 Oct 2, 2012
Raise taxes on the working class and more tax cuts for the rich. That will solve everything. Vote Republican.
BenTherDonThat

Hillsboro, TN

#52 Oct 2, 2012
buttercup wrote:
it seems to me that the election will be between two ideologies. One is capitalism where anyone can start a business and become wealthy. The other is socialism where everyone lives in servitude to the government. Of course the ones on welfare and get food stamps, disability and any other hand out without having to work for it will vote for Obama.
Keep in mind one thing: During the late sixties there were several large communes practicing socialism. If anyone did not work, they were threw out and you had to submit all your possession to the commune where it was distributed throughout. their society. Keep in mind there were no old people, no one disabled.
This what Obama wants for the USA and the commune leaders of the sixties will help him make it come true. Of course after you no longer are productive, they will find a way to get rid of you (i.e death squads). They are doing it now in TN. Nursing homes. NHC has some 40 beds empty because the state will not approve anybody. In fact, they are sending sick people, even those on dialysis home to die. Who is doing this? Death panels composed of people that are more political than they are healers.
ANY QUESTIONS?
COMMENT: Sobered up, escaped, survived and thrived
QUESTION: Why does media fail to report 61 terrorist attacks around the globe 9/11/12
QUESTION: Why, why, why do majority of Americans want 4 more years
iLoveAmerica

Hillsboro, TN

#53 Oct 2, 2012
Susan wrote:
Everyone should just vote straight republican then you know you're right.When I run it will be republican.
?better yet... unless you're REAL SURE... "When in doubt, vote the encumbent out"
sam

Mcminnville, TN

#55 Oct 8, 2012
need young smart man in the midst
bubba

Beechgrove, TN

#56 Oct 8, 2012
Politics is all about money. Whoever has the most money runs the country. So many people vote for the guy that has the most tv commercials. Wouldn't be good if some smart guy from the working class could be president.
darlene

Spencer, TN

#57 Oct 11, 2012
Hate politics, but someone has to be in charge. Did anybody really believe that any president could fix this mess that started with Johnson????Remember the sewing factories that supported many Sparta famlys? Sent overseas in 70's along with our jobs. Our country makes nothing but cars now and not many of them. We are hard workers, well most,we gave our future away long ago, no president could fix it in one term.
7854

Mcminnville, TN

#58 Oct 14, 2012
smart young man with a level head
pink

Mcminnville, TN

#60 Nov 6, 2012
smart young man with a level head
listen

Sparta, TN

#61 Nov 7, 2012
darlene wrote:
no president could fix it in one term.
That's exactly right! That's why he shouldn't have promised it.
A Republican

Pelham, TN

#62 Nov 12, 2012
I hate to admit we were beat, I have friends in both parties. My only comment is to my Republican friends, go home and hug your elephant, work harder for the next time. To my Democrat friends, go home and kiss your @ss, enjoy the next four years of what you wanted.
breanne

Chicago, IL

#63 Nov 13, 2012
In a few years, someone hikes through a Utah forest and stumbles upon a white haired man with a heavy beard chopping wood by a shack. The hiker starts and says, "Didn't you used to be Mitt Romney?" And the woodchopper looks up, gets a thoughtful look, and just smiles.
"No," he says. "I didn't used to be Mitt Romney. I don't think anyone ever was."

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