Democrat Convention
Pale Rider

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#1 Sep 5, 2012
Man what a crowd there at the Democrat Convention.

The Republican Convention, had 5 Charter bus loads, yep just 5 loads there. They should have used one big tent. There was more news people there at their Convention, then supporters.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#2 Sep 6, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
Man what a crowd there at the Democrat Convention.
The Republican Convention, had 5 Charter bus loads, yep just 5 loads there. They should have used one big tent. There was more news people there at their Convention, then supporters.
On a daily basis, you prove that "a democrat that won't lie ain't got much to say."
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#3 Sep 6, 2012
.... wouldn't it be funny if more people showed up last night to here the serial liar, two time felon, Bill Clinton speak than show up tonight to watch President "Ego in an empty suit" read the teleprompter?

.... after Ole Bill's rousing speil last night -- made off the cuff -- Obama's telepromter reading is bound to be a let big down, especially to the Clintonistas among the party faithful.

Obama will rue the day he invited Bill Clinton down to save his sorry @ss.

Yep, Barack Obama screwed up.
Pale Rider

AOL

#4 Sep 7, 2012
They (Republicans) say Bill Clinton, ended the Convention. Way to go Bill. Everyone knew, you could still hit a home run. We have one dumbass on here that is wondering why Hillary wasn't at the Convention. They don't know.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#5 Sep 7, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
They (Republicans) say Bill Clinton, ended the Convention. Way to go Bill. Everyone knew, you could still hit a home run. We have one dumbass on here that is wondering why Hillary wasn't at the Convention. They don't know.
Pale we all know you are just trying to come up with a believable lie ......but I think you've actually nailed it.

Bill's impressive speech may have ended the convention.

I didn't bother to watch the convention last night .. to see President zero's speech, but all of the reviews I've seen said it was a total flop.

One reviewer said it was one of the emptiest speeches he'd ever heard.

Peggy Noonan called it "Stale and empty, said, He's out of juice"

There simlpy was no "meat" to go with the potatoes. It left everyone wondering "Where's the beef?"

It was inevitable that this would happen. Obama was stupid to call in Bill Clinton to bail his sorry @ass out. He should have known it would lead to unflattering comparisons of him to Clinton.

Bill Clinton's speech could very well be the thing that defeats Obama --- which is Bill's objective --- he hates the incompetent muslim bastard.

Yes, Bill hit a home run, knocked the ball out of the park, and very likely defeated Obama in the process -- as he had hoped to.

Way to go Bill. Good job. Mission accomplished !!!!
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#6 Sep 7, 2012
Something to consider now that Barack has turned in a lackluster performance at the convention -- with a "flat, empty" acceptance speech.
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Intensity of support or opposition can have an impact on campaigns.

Currently, ONLY 27% of the nation's voters Strongly Approve of the way Obama is performing as president.

Forty-four percent (44%) Strongly Disapprove, giving him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -17

Only 47% of voters say they at least --somewhat approve-- of the president's job performance.

While Fifty-two percent (52%) at least somewhat disapprove of the job Obama is doing.

A candidate's approval numbers proir to the election will be close to his actual vote on election day.
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You may have noticed:

The number who -strongly disapprove- is only 3 points lower....

....than the number who -somewhat- approve.

It ain't looking too good for the Muslim-in-Cheif.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#7 Sep 7, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
Man what a crowd there at the Democrat Convention.
The Republican Convention, had 5 Charter bus loads, yep just 5 loads there. They should have used one big tent. There was more news people there at their Convention, then supporters.
Pale dear, you have a welfare queen mentality.

You see, we Republicans have jobs, yes, we actually work. Because we do work we can aford our own transportation. We don't have to rely on catching a ride on someone else's bus, or catching public transportation.

Besides dear, It was Obama who was scrambling around trying to figure how he could bus in enough people so his convention hall wouldn't look empty.

Finally he just gave up and moved to a "cracker box" size arena so he could fool us into thinking that a lot of people cared enough to show up.

He "down-sized" the arena by 50,000 seats.

For a while he considered holding it at a local McDonalds (so it would look crowded).

Thanks for reminding us of that again.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#8 Sep 7, 2012
Obama's amatuerism and cluelessness showed at the democrat convention.

Picking Bill Clinton to introduce him at Charlotte put Obama's cluelessness on display for all to see.

Bill Clinton dispises Obama, has since the 2008 campaign, and I'd assume the feeling is mutual.

Why then would he ask Clinton to speak at the convention, knowing of Bill's appeal and popularity with the electorate?

My guess, is that his ego prevents him from believing that Clinton could over shadow, out shine his performance - but he obviously did.

Bill Clinton made Barack seem rather small and inept by comparison. It did not help Obama -- it hurt him as Bill intended it to.

The anti-God demonstration by the democrat delegates damaged Obama's chances of winning too. It should not have happened. It was entirely preventable. It would not have happened in a Bill Clinton campaign.

Obviously the presidential candidate pretty much dictates the platform -- so it's hard to believe he didn't know of the intent to omit any reference to God from the platform. One must assume he approved of it, wanted it that way, from the outset -- only later ordering it to be put in.

No doubt that episode of democrats booing the decision to put a referece to God in their platform will come back to bite them. I can see the campaign adds now.

It was also stupid of the democrats to "diss" Israel as they did. Jews have always heavily favored democrats with their campaign contributions. A man having trouble financing his campaign shouldn't p*ss on those who might be inclined to donate. It's not smart.

All things considered the democrat convention was a big negative for the Obama re-election effort.

That's good news from my point of view. What's bad for Obama is good for the country.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#9 Sep 9, 2012
Pale Halucinating,

....said that she loves Muslims and has many Muslim friends around the world, especially in the middle east. She talks to them often.

(my little granddaughter used to talk to her imaginary friends too)

....That's fine we shouldn't hate anyone, just because of their religion....

....and most Americans don't.

The recent demonstration at the Democrat national convention was rather troubling though.

In booing the inclusion of a reference to God in the platform....they seemed to diplay an intolerance towards people of faith....

....do the folks who currently control the democrat party not support our first amendment rights to freedom of religion?

I think this demonstration at the democrats national convention was very telling. It says a lot about how they and the Obama administration really feel about our constitution.

It was a disply of intolerance for anyone opposing their radical leftist views. It was simply shameful.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#10 Sep 9, 2012
I was at a tractor pull just yesterday.

It was held in middle Tennessee. At least a couple thousand typical American citizens were there for the tractor show and tractor pull.

Before the tractor pull got under way we were asked to bow our heads and a prayer was offered up thanking God for the blessings of liberty that we enjoy and asking him to watch over and protect us from all harm.

We were also asked to observe the singing of the national anthem.

Everyone (standing) faced our flag, with their hats and caps off, while many held their right hand over their heart. They were attentive and respectful. After the singing of the national anthem most people in the crowd appluded. It was inspiring.

I could not help thinking how no one booed when asked to bow their head for a prayer to honor our God-- as many democrats did at their recent convention.

It was inspiring to see this crowd, a cross section of Americans, blacks, whites, and a few other races ---

....(real) democrats, Republicans, and independents....

....come together and show their respect and reverence for the core beliefs (belief in God and country) that have made our country great.

One can only hope that the radical leftists who control the modern day democrat party will some day be replaced by people who are proud to honor God and America.
Pale Rider

AOL

#11 Sep 17, 2012
Bill Clinton, was so much better then Clint Eastwood. Way to go Bill Clinton, you made the Democrat Convention.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#12 Sep 17, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
Bill Clinton, was so much better then Clint Eastwood. Way to go Bill Clinton, you made the Democrat Convention.
Bill Clinton, was so much better then Clint Eastwood that he made Barack Obama seem small and insignificant.

That was his plan.
Pale Rider

AOL

#13 Sep 18, 2012
Rooster Cogburn wrote:
<quoted text>
Bill Clinton, was so much better then Clint Eastwood that he made Barack Obama seem small and insignificant.
That was his plan.
Your popycock,goes disregarded. You are worse then a varmit on the prowl, for something weak to kill. You have been writing this BS for months. I think it only shows how shallow your understanding really is. You haven't grasp the true American feeling in this Country.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#14 Sep 18, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
Your popycock,goes disregarded. You are worse then a varmit on the prowl, for something weak to kill. You have been writing this BS for months. I think it only shows how shallow your understanding really is. You haven't grasp the true American feeling in this Country.
No "Pale Shit-for-brains"

You are the one presenting a distorted view of reality.

And you do it not from a lack of understanding -- but from a deliberate desire to deceive others -- but it isn't working.

Barack Obama's negative approval rating is still climbing.

Today, there are 15 percent more voters who --strongly disapprove-- of his performance than there are who strongly approve.

That has risen 6 points in the last week.

These voters whoh strongly disapprove are the ones who will show up at the polls to defeat him.
Obama 2012

AOL

#15 Sep 28, 2012
Rooster Cogburn wrote:
Obama's amatuerism and cluelessness showed at the democrat convention.
Picking Bill Clinton to introduce him at Charlotte put Obama's cluelessness on display for all to see.
Bill Clinton dispises Obama, has since the 2008 campaign, and I'd assume the feeling is mutual.
Why then would he ask Clinton to speak at the convention, knowing of Bill's appeal and popularity with the electorate?
My guess, is that his ego prevents him from believing that Clinton could over shadow, out shine his performance - but he obviously did.
Bill Clinton made Barack seem rather small and inept by comparison. It did not help Obama -- it hurt him as Bill intended it to.
The anti-God demonstration by the democrat delegates damaged Obama's chances of winning too. It should not have happened. It was entirely preventable. It would not have happened in a Bill Clinton campaign.
Obviously the presidential candidate pretty much dictates the platform -- so it's hard to believe he didn't know of the intent to omit any reference to God from the platform. One must assume he approved of it, wanted it that way, from the outset -- only later ordering it to be put in.
No doubt that episode of democrats booing the decision to put a referece to God in their platform will come back to bite them. I can see the campaign adds now.
It was also stupid of the democrats to "diss" Israel as they did. Jews have always heavily favored democrats with their campaign contributions. A man having trouble financing his campaign shouldn't p*ss on those who might be inclined to donate. It's not smart.
All things considered the democrat convention was a big negative for the Obama re-election effort.
That's good news from my point of view. What's bad for Obama is good for the country.
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