Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

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Is that what America said? I seem to remember America saying enough is enough with these Socialist liberals that took over 1/6 of our economy all for the government. We want new leadership in 2010. We want a Republican led house, and that's what they got.
They survived the 2012 elections as well. This on top of all the smaller governments like states and state reps that the Republicans faired well in.
As DumBama approval ratings sink lower and lower, the Republican Congress is inching higher and higher. It seems to me that America now realizes the Socialist experiment is a failure; something we Republicans have been warning about for years.
Yes, I hate to burst this bubble of yours that the GOP is all washed up. But you have to learn from the past. This isn't the first time liberals have made that claim. In fact, they've been making that claim for decades trying to brainwash people into believing their BS every time Democrats happened to have a somewhat favorable election.
Now those DumBama supporters are losing their healthcare or paying much more for it. Some are having their hours cut down from 40 hours per week to 29 to escape Commie Care. I'm also sure there is some buyers remorse with those people paying those high gasoline bills every time they fill up.
You are in luck though. We have Republicans that are more concerned about the country than they are the politics. If I were a Republican Congress person, I wouldn't allow DumBama to hold off on the employer mandate until after next election. I would make sure it goes into effect next month and watch businesses crash and burn. That would ensure a sweeping win for the GOP come next election.
You mean the GOP Congress that all Americans know are willing to do anything to make Obama seem ineffective? At the cost of this country I might add. Perhaps you are just clueless to what goes on outside of your fetid propaganda bubble. For instance, you guys are the only ones who see invisible commies hiding behind every corner. Sarah Palin can see Russia from her porch. We can see the fat check from the Koch brothers in her mailbox. Thought you guys learned after Red scare part 1, that smart voters aren't buying it. Also, when you get one tiny fragment of your predictions right, then we'll look at you as anything other than a racist and greed driven oil lobby agenda. We'll let you know when that happens. Until then, keep your Tea Bagger emailed newsletters away from anything people would call facts. Besides, how stupid would someone have to be to think people voted for Obama because of "free phones"? How completely clueless would a person have to be to want to replace government with big corporations? How utterly mindless would someone have to be to think FEMA has death camps? Look, FEMA is rescuing those poor folks hit by the effects of climate change in the historical flooding in Colorado. It must be so they can indoctrinate them into Obama's "secret army". You guys are morons and the agenda you mindlessly follow proves it. I like how your response to me posting the FACT that tropical disease is now showing up in America is "Only a few people died". How completely desperate you and yours must be.
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Vlad Putin wrote:
Russia produces more oil than anyone else on the planet.  The United States is in third place.
Russia is the number two oil exporter in the world.  The United States is forced to import more oil than anyone else in the world.
Russia produces more natural gas than anyone else on the planet.  The United States is in second place. Today, Russia supplies 34 percent of Europe's natural gas needs.
The United States has a debt to GDP ratio of 101 percent.  Russia has a debt to GDP ratio of about 8 percent.
The United States had a trade deficit of more than half a trillion dollars last year.  Russia consistently runs a large trade surplus.
The United States has an unemployment rate of 7.4 percent.  Russia has an unemployment rate of 5.4 percent.
I agree. We need alternative energy now. Too bad the right has held that up at every chance. The right has kept us chained to the middle east for decades. Strange that the unemployment rate is the same as when Reagan was in office. Don't remember any cries of tyranny back then.

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Old Guy wrote:
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I had never heard about this until now. Fox was found guilty of knowingly distorting the news. But it was reversed on appeal, because "the Federal Communications Commission position against news distortion is only a “policy,” not a promulgated law, rule, or regulation." That fact that they knowingly distorted the news was never disputed.
Do you have an example of either NBC or ABC being taken to court on similar charges?
You're not too bright, are you?

NBC sued over Trayvon tape
http://pagesix.com/2012/10/04/nbc-sued-over-t...

General Motors vs. NBC
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dateline_NBC#Gen...

ABC Tampering at Food Lion
http://www.aim.org/publications/special_repor...

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TruckDriverTrumpsNASA wrote:
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I agree. We need alternative energy now. Too bad the right has held that up at every chance. The right has kept us chained to the middle east for decades. Strange that the unemployment rate is the same as when Reagan was in office. Don't remember any cries of tyranny back then.
What's the labor participation rate now vs then, genius?

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TruckDriverTrumpsNASA wrote:
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You mean the GOP Congress that all Americans know are willing to do anything to make Obama seem ineffective? At the cost of this country I might add. Perhaps you are just clueless to what goes on outside of your fetid propaganda bubble. For instance, you guys are the only ones who see invisible commies hiding behind every corner. Sarah Palin can see Russia from her porch. We can see the fat check from the Koch brothers in her mailbox. Thought you guys learned after Red scare part 1, that smart voters aren't buying it. Also, when you get one tiny fragment of your predictions right, then we'll look at you as anything other than a racist and greed driven oil lobby agenda. We'll let you know when that happens. Until then, keep your Tea Bagger emailed newsletters away from anything people would call facts. Besides, how stupid would someone have to be to think people voted for Obama because of "free phones"? How completely clueless would a person have to be to want to replace government with big corporations? How utterly mindless would someone have to be to think FEMA has death camps? Look, FEMA is rescuing those poor folks hit by the effects of climate change in the historical flooding in Colorado. It must be so they can indoctrinate them into Obama's "secret army". You guys are morons and the agenda you mindlessly follow proves it. I like how your response to me posting the FACT that tropical disease is now showing up in America is "Only a few people died". How completely desperate you and yours must be.
Your constant lies such as " Sarah Palin can see Russia from her porch" simply prove your lack of character and intellectual emptiness:

The phrase “I can see Russia from my house” will ring in America’s ears for a while. This phrase evokes feelings associated
with Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. However, it is ironic that such a phrase is synonymously associated
with a woman who did not voice it. Ms. Palin never declared she could see Russia from her house; rather, Tina Fey uttered this phrase on
Saturday Night Live (SNL) in her debut impersonation of Palin.
http://sdsu-dspace.calstate.edu/bitstream/han...

"For example, it became evident that many people thought Sarah Palin actually said “I can see Russia from my house” regarding foreign policy in an interview (Wilmouth). Though Palin did mention the proximity of Russia to Alaska, this line was actually delivered by Tina Fey while impersonating Palin."
http://evaluatingethos.blogspot.com/2010/11/t...

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Sarah also told the NRA

'I have the rack, Todd has the guns.'

bimbo character
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Your constant lies such as " Sarah Palin can see Russia from her porch" simply prove your lack of character and intellectual emptiness:
The phrase “I can see Russia from my house” will ring in America’s ears for a while. This phrase evokes feelings associated
with Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. However, it is ironic that such a phrase is synonymously associated
with a woman who did not voice it. Ms. Palin never declared she could see Russia from her house; rather, Tina Fey uttered this phrase on
Saturday Night Live (SNL) in her debut impersonation of Palin.
http://sdsu-dspace.calstate.edu/bitstream/han...
"For example, it became evident that many people thought Sarah Palin actually said “I can see Russia from my house” regarding foreign policy in an interview (Wilmouth). Though Palin did mention the proximity of Russia to Alaska, this line was actually delivered by Tina Fey while impersonating Palin."
http://evaluatingethos.blogspot.com/2010/11/t...
Tina Fey does a very good Palin. Almost can't even tell it's her...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
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You're not too bright, are you?
Your post was informative, and answered my question with good examples of news distortion by NBC and ABC. Too bad you had to spoil it with that gratuitous insult.
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Your constant lies such as " Sarah Palin can see Russia from her porch" simply prove your lack of character and intellectual emptiness...
Tina Fey's joke was an echo of this moment, when Sarah Palin was asked about her lack of foreign policy experience:
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Your constant lies such as " Sarah Palin can see Russia from her porch" simply prove your lack of character and intellectual emptiness:
The phrase “I can see Russia from my house” will ring in America’s ears for a while. This phrase evokes feelings associated
with Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. However, it is ironic that such a phrase is synonymously associated
with a woman who did not voice it. Ms. Palin never declared she could see Russia from her house; rather, Tina Fey uttered this phrase on
Saturday Night Live (SNL) in her debut impersonation of Palin.
http://sdsu-dspace.calstate.edu/bitstream/han...
"For example, it became evident that many people thought Sarah Palin actually said “I can see Russia from my house” regarding foreign policy in an interview (Wilmouth). Though Palin did mention the proximity of Russia to Alaska, this line was actually delivered by Tina Fey while impersonating Palin."
http://evaluatingethos.blogspot.com/2010/11/t...
My constant lies? Since I was making fun of your camp's Red Scare 2.0, go ahead and post right here all of my many "lies". Yah, brain trust. You walked right into that one. Now that you have made it clear you are very concerned with the facts, here's something for you...

Al Gore said he invented the internet. Ever heard that one? Betcha' have. It is what is known as a lie.

http://websearch.about.com/od/internet101/f/a...
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Hey Diamond Genie. Here's another documented fact about the agenda you so whole heartedly support. You know, the one you spent your adult life following like a religion? Wonder why you are so bent on following this proven and documented agenda?

http://armchairsubversive.blogspot.com/

OK smart boy. Your turn. Go ahead and show us the lengthy list of Liberal pedophiles. You have the entire internet at your fingers. Go ahead and show us that list. Let's just say I won't be holding my breath waiting for it.

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Old Guy wrote:
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Tina Fey's joke was an echo of this moment, when Sarah Palin was asked about her lack of foreign policy experience:
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Yet, you can stand in Alaska and see the Siberian coastline. Compare that to these beauties which go uncovered by both comedians and the media:

"The Panama is being widened so that these big supertankers can come in. Now that will be finished in 2015. If we don’t deepen our ports all along the Gulf — places like Charleston, South Carolina, Savannah, Georgia, or Jacksonville, Florida."

"I've now been in 57 states -- I think one left to go."

"When I meet with world leaders, what's striking -- whether it's in Europe or here in Asia..." -mistakenly referring to Hawaii as Asia while holding a press conference outside Honolulu.

"We're the country that built the Intercontinental Railroad."

"It was also interesting to see that political interaction in Europe is not that different from the United States Senate. There's a lot of -- I don't know what the term is in Austrian, wheeling and dealing."

"And in terms of the Maldives [sic] or the Falklands, whatever your preferred term, our position on this is that we are going to remain neutral."

That geographical moron is sitting in the White House today.

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Coal Genie wrote:
Hey Diamond Genie. Here's another documented fact about the agenda you so whole heartedly support. You know, the one you spent your adult life following like a religion? Wonder why you are so bent on following this proven and documented agenda?
http://armchairsubversive.blogspot.com/
OK smart boy. Your turn. Go ahead and show us the lengthy list of Liberal pedophiles. You have the entire internet at your fingers. Go ahead and show us that list. Let's just say I won't be holding my breath waiting for it.
How the conversation turned in this direction can only be explained by deflection and serious mental dysfunction on your part. What is it with the NE Ohio armpit air? It seems to tuen most of you into flaming morons.

But, for your amusement:

Bob Menendez

Mel Reynolds

Gerry Studds

Fred Richmond

Neil Goldschmidt

Robert Dechaine

Wade Sanders

Look 'em up, Canton trash.
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Yet, you can stand in Alaska and see the Siberian coastline. Compare that to these beauties which go uncovered by both comedians and the media:
"The Panama is being widened so that these big supertankers can come in. Now that will be finished in 2015. If we don’t deepen our ports all along the Gulf — places like Charleston, South Carolina, Savannah, Georgia, or Jacksonville, Florida."
"I've now been in 57 states -- I think one left to go."
"When I meet with world leaders, what's striking -- whether it's in Europe or here in Asia..." -mistakenly referring to Hawaii as Asia while holding a press conference outside Honolulu.
"We're the country that built the Intercontinental Railroad."
"It was also interesting to see that political interaction in Europe is not that different from the United States Senate. There's a lot of -- I don't know what the term is in Austrian, wheeling and dealing."
"And in terms of the Maldives [sic] or the Falklands, whatever your preferred term, our position on this is that we are going to remain neutral."
That geographical moron is sitting in the White House today.
Wow. After GW Bush, do you really want to get into an argument about people misspeaking? Fool me once..git..git...shame on uhhhhh....

Now if only we could see those invisible commies all over America without wearing a Red Scare 2.0 tin foil hat. They must be hiding behind the invisible WMDs that your camp gleefully sent our troops off to die for.

Now about the documented FACT that there are so many kiddie gropers directly involved in your lifelong agenda...
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Still waiting on that list, lil' Koch Genie. One would think you would jump right on that. Wonder why?
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Yet, you can stand in Alaska and see the Siberian coastline.
True. Now explain how that gives someone foreign policy experience, which is the point she was making.

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Old Guy wrote:
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True. Now explain how that gives someone foreign policy experience, which is the point she was making.
That's more experience than the current occupant of the White House had at the same time.
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Coal Geniw wrote:
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My constant lies? Since I was making fun of your camp's Red Scare 2.0, go ahead and post right here all of my many "lies". Yah, brain trust. You walked right into that one. Now that you have made it clear you are very concerned with the facts, here's something for you...
Al Gore said he invented the internet. Ever heard that one? Betcha' have. It is what is known as a lie.
http://websearch.about.com/od/internet101/f/a...
Oh wow. What a big difference. He actually said "I took the initiative in creating the internet." LOL!
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Old Guy wrote:
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Your post was informative, and answered my question with good examples of news distortion by NBC and ABC. Too bad you had to spoil it with that gratuitous insult.
Right. Something you would never dream of doing.

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