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There are 27 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Sep 8, 2012, titled Augusta County Republicans Open Staunton Headquarters - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Spor.... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Republicans in Augusta County are gearing up for Election Day on November 6 by celebrating the grand opening of a GOP headquarters in the heart of Staunton.

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thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Sep 8, 2012
If MR Fitzgerald did some HONEST soul searching he'd be ashamed of the republican party. The party of "I've got mine and the heck with you". The founding fathers were aristocrats who could of cared less about their slaves or the common man.
Charlottesville Voter

United States

#2 Sep 8, 2012
thinking free wrote:
If MR Fitzgerald did some HONEST soul searching he'd be ashamed of the republican party. The party of "I've got mine and the heck with you". The founding fathers were aristocrats who could of cared less about their slaves or the common man.
Sounds like you don't know any conservatives or Republicans. If you did, you would know how committed to opportunity and building a strong future they are. You would also understand just how generous conservatives and Republicans are with their charitable donations.
vote for goode

United States

#4 Sep 8, 2012
the republican party should never have pretended to adopt any of the tea party talking points that sound so ridiculous and contradictory coming out of their mouths! if they could base any of their political attacks and plans on actual facts they would be much better off in this election. they say they want the government out of your life and business while telling people they cant have abortions or get gay married, etc, it can't be both ways, they complain about the president being a radical rev. wright christian and a secret pork eating beer drinking muslim, he can't be all of these things at once!
hondacivic

Staunton, VA

#5 Sep 8, 2012
Charlottesville Voter wrote:
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Sounds like you don't know any conservatives or Republicans. If you did, you would know how committed to opportunity and building a strong future they are. You would also understand just how generous conservatives and Republicans are with their charitable donations.

Sounds like you haven't looked at Paul Ryan's budget that Republicans approved. The plan that wants to voucherize Medicare and privitize Social Security. The same plan that takes $140 billion from Food Stamps and Medicaid. The very plan that wants to take billions from Head Start, Pell Grants, and defund Planned Parenthood. The plan that wants to give even more tax breaks for the wealthy. Like the 271% increase in income for the very wealthy in the last 30 years compared to the 15% increase in the income of very poor isn't enough. How can you be conservative until it comes to defense, and then that should be unlimited. I thought deficits don't matter?


If Republicans were interested in opportunity and the future, they wouldn't be determined to dismantle every safety net. Education should be one of the top priorities for the future of the country, but republicans want to do less for it. If they wanted to do anything good for the country, they could start by compromising in Congress instead of worrying more about blocking every piece of legislation to make sure that the will get the White House.
TEX

Rocky Mount, VA

#6 Sep 9, 2012
hondacivic wrote:
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Sounds like you haven't looked at Paul Ryan's budget that Republicans approved. The plan that wants to voucherize Medicare and privitize Social Security. The same plan that takes $140 billion from Food Stamps and Medicaid. The very plan that wants to take billions from Head Start, Pell Grants, and defund Planned Parenthood. The plan that wants to give even more tax breaks for the wealthy. Like the 271% increase in income for the very wealthy in the last 30 years compared to the 15% increase in the income of very poor isn't enough. How can you be conservative until it comes to defense, and then that should be unlimited. I thought deficits don't matter?
If Republicans were interested in opportunity and the future, they wouldn't be determined to dismantle every safety net. Education should be one of the top priorities for the future of the country, but republicans want to do less for it. If they wanted to do anything good for the country, they could start by compromising in Congress instead of worrying more about blocking every piece of legislation to make sure that the will get the White House.
are you forgetting that sen Reid is the main blockage to getting things done in congtrss??
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Sep 9, 2012
What's that little logo on the sign signify? Some bald white guy?

Nice, they open twice on Saturdays.
Charlottesville Voter

United States

#8 Sep 9, 2012
hondacivic wrote:
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Sounds like you haven't looked at Paul Ryan's budget that Republicans approved. The plan that wants to voucherize Medicare and privitize Social Security. The same plan that takes $140 billion from Food Stamps and Medicaid. The very plan that wants to take billions from Head Start, Pell Grants, and defund Planned Parenthood. The plan that wants to give even more tax breaks for the wealthy. Like the 271% increase in income for the very wealthy in the last 30 years compared to the 15% increase in the income of very poor isn't enough. How can you be conservative until it comes to defense, and then that should be unlimited. I thought deficits don't matter?
If Republicans were interested in opportunity and the future, they wouldn't be determined to dismantle every safety net. Education should be one of the top priorities for the future of the country, but republicans want to do less for it. If they wanted to do anything good for the country, they could start by compromising in Congress instead of worrying more about blocking every piece of legislation to make sure that the will get the White House.
I've looked very carefully at the Ryan budget, as well as at President Obama's budget. And of the two, it is the Ryan budget that best preserves our safety net. Remember that if our nation does not get its spending under control, the day will come when we won't be able to help those in need.

As for "blocking" legislation, I suggest you take a good look at what's happening in the Senate. Majority leader Reid is not willing even to allow votes on lots of good measures that have cleared the House.

Only by getting our nation on a sustainable financial track can we ensure that the government e sick, elderly grasps what Obama pre
thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Sep 9, 2012
Charlottesville Voter wrote:
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Sounds like you don't know any conservatives or Republicans. If you did, you would know how committed to opportunity and building a strong future they are. You would also understand just how generous conservatives and Republicans are with their charitable donations.
Charitable donations written off as tax donations, they do it for themselves, not for the simple act of doing the right thing. That concept has never crossed the mind of a right wing neanderthal.
central va marine

Charlottesville, VA

#13 Sep 9, 2012
Just like Mitt Romney did when he dodged the draft and went to Paris during the Vietnam War; the Repuglicans have opened a field office to brainwash the natives in Staunton.

Romney, Ryan, Allen, Cantor, Hurt, and Eastwood; the intellectual arm of the hapless GOP.

more to come
Dude

Spotsylvania, VA

#14 Sep 9, 2012
Feed the Poor wrote:
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Moron, Repubilicant,racist, I always find the democrats to be so tolerant and compassionate.
HOW DARE THEY BE INTOLLERERNT OF MY INTOLLERANCE!

heh

Charlottesville, VA

#15 Sep 9, 2012
On this anniversary of 9/11, let us remember the decisive action of our leader

waiting to be told what to do next after reading My Pet Goat. It's deja vu all over again, with the GOP wanting to elect another empty suit with a predilection for foot in mouth and foreign policy blunders. Handlers won't be able to help him much either.
NUTS

Ferrum, VA

#16 Sep 9, 2012
4more years 4more years 4more years
popkorn

Charlottesville, VA

#17 Sep 10, 2012
NUTS wrote:
4more years 4more years 4more years
I agree, 4 more years! That will tear the wheels off this country and we can clean this country up and get back to where we belong. 4 more years should start the revolution in this country!
heh

Charlottesville, VA

#18 Sep 10, 2012
popkorn wrote:
<quoted text> and get back to where we belong
Back to where Bush left it, right?
Simple Fact

Charlottesville, VA

#19 Sep 10, 2012
When Romney wins, he will cut taxes 80%! If Obama wins, he will triple our taxes! The choice is clear!
hondacivic

Staunton, VA

#20 Sep 10, 2012
Simple Fact wrote:
When Romney wins, he will cut taxes 80%! If Obama wins, he will triple our taxes! The choice is clear!
The only tax cuts from Romney will be for the wealthy. What do you think Romney is promising all the big donors he is rolling in with, a picture with him? Good luck with your tax rate if he does.
firsthandknowled ge

Waynesboro, VA

#21 Sep 10, 2012
I cant wait to vote for Romney....get that POS out of office. He is destroying this country..and he is the cause of racism.
hondacivic

Staunton, VA

#22 Sep 10, 2012
firsthandknowledge wrote:
I cant wait to vote for Romney....get that POS out of office. He is destroying this country..and he is the cause of racism.
Can you please elaborate? I would love to hear how Obama is causing racism.
buyerbeware

Crozet, VA

#23 Sep 11, 2012
thinking free wrote:
<quoted text>Charitable donations written off as tax donations, they do it for themselves, not for the simple act of doing the right thing. That concept has never crossed the mind of a right wing neanderthal.
My aren't we the high and mighty, arrogant know everything that is in other's minds...oh that's right, you're a liberal democrat...
buyerbeware

Crozet, VA

#24 Sep 11, 2012
heh wrote:
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Back to where Bush left it, right?
It WAS better then than it is now...

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