Did you vote today?

Did you vote today?

Created by Rick on Jun 8, 2010

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Redd

Benton, AR

#12909 Jul 16, 2012
Man, there's sure some weak shit being posted on this topic lately...and this Batesville bitch is seriously lonely, needs a penpal.

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truth

Benton, AR

#12910 Jul 16, 2012
Amanda two wrote:
<quoted text>If you even get close to telling the truth, Out comes the good ol race card. When something doesn't go their way it's the race card.
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/mountain-home...
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#12912 Jul 16, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
The same thing that would be wrong with me saying,
You are an ignorant white, Hillbilly, you must be a Republican.
I mean, "That is a perfectly legitimate statement given the numbers". RIGHT
Not really, there were quite a few dumb, white hillbillies that voted for Obama, remember, there are a lot of people that will go for anything that glitters. I agree with you, it doesn't matter if you are white or black, all you need be is dumb to vote for Obama.
Wilbur

Jonesboro, AR

#12913 Jul 16, 2012
orval wrote:
<quoted text>
Well , amanda, if someone has flashing neon lights that says "I'm
a racist" , they might be a racist. You certainly do. There,
I played MY racist card. I hope our next ten presidents are black
as the ace of spades, like your heart.
Orval, mom always said that you weren't wright.
OfCourseIDid

Fort Smith, AR

#12914 Jul 16, 2012
It's election day, right?

Since: Jul 12

Jonesboro, AR

#12915 Jul 16, 2012
no

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#12917 Jul 16, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Not really, there were quite a few dumb, white hillbillies that voted for Obama, remember, there are a lot of people that will go for anything that glitters. I agree with you, it doesn't matter if you are white or black, all you need be is dumb to vote for Obama.
"there are a lot of people that will go for anything that glitters"

I would say that is the majority of Ark. voters, based on the fact Bush II carried this state twice.

One more thing, these are your words,

"I agree with you, it doesn't matter if you are white or black, all you need be is dumb to vote for Obama."

You are agreeing with yourself. NOT ME.




Razrbk Alum

Batesville, AR

#12918 Jul 16, 2012
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"there are a lot of people that will go for anything that glitters"
I would say that is the majority of Ark. voters, based on the fact Bush II carried this state twice.
One more thing, these are your words,
"I agree with you, it doesn't matter if you are white or black, all you need be is dumb to vote for Obama."
You are agreeing with yourself. NOT ME.
Don't be disheartened Barn Barn. You actually did have two people agree with you today, for the first time ever. LOL and Alltheabove! looks like we have found your wheel House, 15 year old boys. They were right there with you! I mean they didn't stay long, I guess they had to get back to the "Pull my finger" thread. But still, congratulations on your first 2 loyal subjects. Not only do the three of you have undying loyalty to the Socialist-in-Chief in common you also all have the brains of 15 year old kids to bond over. Kudos.
Reality Check

Little Rock, AR

#12919 Jul 16, 2012
an american wrote:
In case most of you haven't heard, Obama says that if your a successful small busines, it wasn't you it was the government that made you successful. Me and my spouse own a small business, It was our hard work that build this business not Obama or his big government, nobody else it was all our doing. he seems to forget about who pays all those taxes that he used to go on his spending sprees. Do we really want somebody with such stupid ideas who wants his big government telling you what to do and running this country?
Heard that just today. I went back in my business records and I did find where the government was involved. Ironically, all of their involvement was in me paying taxes to them but never them helping my bottom line in any way. Seems to be a one way street, away from me and towards the government. Obama is the worst president in history.
Razrbk Alum

Batesville, AR

#12920 Jul 16, 2012
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text>
Heard that just today. I went back in my business records and I did find where the government was involved. Ironically, all of their involvement was in me paying taxes to them but never them helping my bottom line in any way. Seems to be a one way street, away from me and towards the government. Obama is the worst president in history.
No, your wrong. We all did it. We should all share the wealth! Hmmm, that sounds an awful lot like? you get the picture. It's pitiful isn't it, he's not even trying to hide his Socialist leanings.
Razrbk Alum

Batesville, AR

#12921 Jul 16, 2012
Hey Barn Barn, are you IMing lol and alloftheabove about the new Lil wayne CD? with your new found followers is it still Barney or is it DJ Barndog? anyway, I looked up where President Obama's net worth is about 12 million. Isn't that our net worth? he didn't write those books, we all did. He didn't earn that money, we all did. I wonder why he got the Nobel prize and not all of us? Now before you say anything about Romney's net worth, he didn't make that moronic statement today. Even Liberals are saying that was a stupid statement he made today. It was so bad it was almost...Barneyish?
One of the crowd

Pine Bluff, AR

#12923 Jul 17, 2012
Oh, for crying out loud. I owned a small business, too. Not an investor, or a partner, but a sole proprietor whose butt was the only one on the line if the business went under. It was a success, but that meant a lot of 16-hour days.

But I was never arrogant enough to think I had built the business all by myself. Without public schools, without police and fire, without courts to enforce my business rights, without the internet (which in the early 90s meant connecting through the local university), without roads and bridges to carry my customers and my supplies, and without agencies to make sure my air was clean, my water was pure and my food was untainted...without all these things (most of which involve the government in some way), my success would not have been possible. And neither would have yours.

So, be arrogant and ignorant and say that you built a business on your own hard work and smarts without any help from anyone, especially the government. Anybody who has actually built a business (and not had one handed to them) will recognize you for the joke you are.
Reality Check

United States

#12924 Jul 17, 2012
One of the crowd wrote:
Oh, for crying out loud. I owned a small business, too. Not an investor, or a partner, but a sole proprietor whose butt was the only one on the line if the business went under. It was a success, but that meant a lot of 16-hour days.
But I was never arrogant enough to think I had built the business all by myself. Without public schools, without police and fire, without courts to enforce my business rights, without the internet (which in the early 90s meant connecting through the local university), without roads and bridges to carry my customers and my supplies, and without agencies to make sure my air was clean, my water was pure and my food was untainted...without all these things (most of which involve the government in some way), my success would not have been possible. And neither would have yours.
So, be arrogant and ignorant and say that you built a business on your own hard work and smarts without any help from anyone, especially the government. Anybody who has actually built a business (and not had one handed to them) will recognize you for the joke you are.
The question is where did the government get the money for all you mentioned? They got it from tax dollars provided by you, me, and everyone else that pays federal taxes. Where did the money come from the very first time government got involved in building roads and bridges or maintaining roads and bridges that were built by individuals? I'll tell you where they got it. The government got the money from the tax dollars collected from the citizens that either worked for a company or owned a company. Why is that important? Because that means the government can only come in and "support" businesses AFTER profits are made and taxes paid by the owners and the company employees. You may wish it were the other way around but it's not. We already see that the government suffers and has to do funny math just to operate when businesses are not as profitable and tax dollars are not as plentiful. The only way to have a healthy government is to have a robust private sector and the only way to have a robust private sector is to allow business owners to keep as much profit as possible so they are in control of where the money goes and not the government. Everybody wins that way.
guest

Batesville, AR

#12925 Jul 17, 2012
One of the crowd wrote:
Oh, for crying out loud. I owned a small business, too. Not an investor, or a partner, but a sole proprietor whose butt was the only one on the line if the business went under. It was a success, but that meant a lot of 16-hour days.
But I was never arrogant enough to think I had built the business all by myself. Without public schools, without police and fire, without courts to enforce my business rights, without the internet (which in the early 90s meant connecting through the local university), without roads and bridges to carry my customers and my supplies, and without agencies to make sure my air was clean, my water was pure and my food was untainted...without all these things (most of which involve the government in some way), my success would not have been possible. And neither would have yours.
So, be arrogant and ignorant and say that you built a business on your own hard work and smarts without any help from anyone, especially the government. Anybody who has actually built a business (and not had one handed to them) will recognize you for the joke you are.
The Presidents comment was not only stupid it was insulting. I realize he was speaking in abstract and you could make the argument that he was saying a lot of people had a hand in it. But isn't that actually another way of saying we should all share everything? sounds dangerously close to a communist manifesto? and take the statement a bit further, I guess we all did everything together. In that case why does he need another 4 years? we can just stick anyone in that position. I guess by Obama's rationale we all caught Bin Laden, we all cured polio, we all won the 2008 Beijing marathon?

And let's look at one of the most common Liberal whines. Nothing was George Bush's fault. Everything he did that the Lib Labs deem wrong was every ones fault. I am not being over the top, according to President Obama everything I said was spot on. For 3 years he has been saying there is no American exceptional-ism, there should be no haves and no have not's. The good thing is that most Americans do not believe that crap.
Reality Check

United States

#12928 Jul 17, 2012
What I can't believe is that Obama has not kept almost all of his promises. At best he misjudged the situation and should not be given 4 more years to make things worse because he misjudged again. For regular Americans to still support Obama given all of his failures is beyond me. Heck, his supporters talk more about his record being a success more than he does. He will only try to paint Mitt Romney in such a negative light that the uninformed voter sees Obama as the lesser of two evils. Romney has a stellar record in the private sector and Obama is trying to put Romney at Bain when some jobs were shipped overseas when Romney wasn't physically at Bain but rather was still on the corporate payroll. Obama doesn't want to put his record up against Romney's because Romney's record would put Obama's to shame and Obama knows it. So it's on to character assassination for Obama because it's all he has left.
Hog Heaven

United States

#12929 Jul 17, 2012
Reality Check wrote:
What I can't believe is that Obama has not kept almost all of his promises. At best he misjudged the situation and should not be given 4 more years to make things worse because he misjudged again. For regular Americans to still support Obama given all of his failures is beyond me. Heck, his supporters talk more about his record being a success more than he does. He will only try to paint Mitt Romney in such a negative light that the uninformed voter sees Obama as the lesser of two evils. Romney has a stellar record in the private sector and Obama is trying to put Romney at Bain when some jobs were shipped overseas when Romney wasn't physically at Bain but rather was still on the corporate payroll. Obama doesn't want to put his record up against Romney's because Romney's record would put Obama's to shame and Obama knows it. So it's on to character assassination for Obama because it's all he has left.
The number one promise that Obama has not kept came during his acceptance speech on Election Night in 2008. "I will be a president for ALL Americans."
Sally

Pensacola, FL

#12930 Jul 17, 2012
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Jhggfuuhgg

Pacifica, CA

#12932 Jul 17, 2012
Hjju
Well

Searcy, AR

#12933 Jul 18, 2012
hell yea
prickme

El Dorado, AR

#12934 Jul 18, 2012
No to Obama- he is too divisive,bigoted, and lacks economic knowledge.

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