Top five political superstars to watc...

Top five political superstars to watch this Election 2012

There are 57 comments on the Washington Times story from Nov 3, 2012, titled Top five political superstars to watch this Election 2012. In it, Washington Times reports that:

WASHINGTON D.C. , November 2, 2012 If you're watching this year's nail-biting presidential race too closely, you just might miss out on some of America's most unique and inspiring newcomers to national politics.

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OBAMA 2012

West Covina, CA

#50 Nov 3, 2012
Hey, check this out...maybe Rmoney got Bush the gig...

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (AP)— Organizers of an investment conference in the Cayman Islands say they have been forbidden from disclosing any details about a speech by former President George W. Bush in the offshore financial haven, an event spokesman said Thursday.


The keynote speech by the former president is ‘‘totally closed to all journalists,’’ and conference organizers are forbidden from discussing any aspect of it even in general terms, spokesman Dan Kneipp said.


‘‘We've got a complete blackout on discussing the Bush details,’’ Kneipp told The Associated Press.


The restrictions were imposed by the former president’s staff, he said. Bush was scheduled to speak Thursday evening at The Ritz-Carlton on Grand Cayman Island.


‘‘It’s totally their decision,’’ Kneipp said of the decision to close the event to the media.


Sponsors of the two-day conference include KPMG, a company that provides tax advisory services, and Deutsche Bank. It costs $4,000 to attend and other speakers include billionaire Richard Branson.


Cayman Islands officials are proud of the British territory’s role as an offshore finance center. But members of the U.S. Congress and advocates for changes in tax laws have accused corporations and wealthy individuals of using so-called financial havens to improperly avoid taxes.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#51 Nov 4, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
<quoted text>
If you LOVE America, put your money in the Cayman Islands. That way you don't have to pay taxes for our military. Wink wink
Gives new meaning to the idea of American exceptionalism.
LOL
PA JOLT: O 48% R 48%

NY DAILY NEWS ENDORSES -- ROMNEY?

SHOCK POLL: Minnesota a toss-up...

30,000 turn out in Ohio for Romney...

Obama plays for just 2,800...

CLEVELAND 2008: 80,000; CLEVELAND 2012: 4,000...

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#52 Nov 4, 2012
OBAMA 2012 wrote:
Hey, check this out...maybe Rmoney got Bush the gig...
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (AP)— Organizers of an investment conference in the Cayman Islands say they have been forbidden from disclosing any details about a speech by former President George W. Bush in the offshore financial haven, an event spokesman said Thursday.
The keynote speech by the former president is ‘‘totally closed to all journalists,’’ and conference organizers are forbidden from discussing any aspect of it even in general terms, spokesman Dan Kneipp said.
‘‘We've got a complete blackout on discussing the Bush details,’’ Kneipp told The Associated Press.
The restrictions were imposed by the former president’s staff, he said. Bush was scheduled to speak Thursday evening at The Ritz-Carlton on Grand Cayman Island.
‘‘It’s totally their decision,’’ Kneipp said of the decision to close the event to the media.
Sponsors of the two-day conference include KPMG, a company that provides tax advisory services, and Deutsche Bank. It costs $4,000 to attend and other speakers include billionaire Richard Branson.
Cayman Islands officials are proud of the British territory’s role as an offshore finance center. But members of the U.S. Congress and advocates for changes in tax laws have accused corporations and wealthy individuals of using so-called financial havens to improperly avoid taxes.
Obama Ignores Question About Storm Victims' Frustrations...

OBAMA REFUSES TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT lIBYA..........AND THE DEATH OF FOUR AMERICANS..........

lIKE CLINT EASTWOOD SAID, THE PRESIDENT WORKS FOR US, IT'S ALRIGHT TO LET HIM GO WHEN HE WON'T DO HIS JOB OR TELL US THE TRUTH..........just as would happen in any company large or small.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#53 Nov 4, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
Romney threatens that the Republicans are out to again continue to sabotage the American Economy as they have been doing if he's not elected President.
Sounds like more of the same hostage taking. I guess to combat Republican Sabotage, we'll have to vote the Republicans totally out of office as we shatter Romney and Ryan's dream.
It's financial terrorism.

We want to destroy the middle class, break private union pension CONTRACTS, all for the gain of unpatriotic global oligarchs that hate America.

Our economy is taken hostage and the treasury is raided for international corporate welfare, bank bailouts to reward CEO's with record profits AND bonuses, for FAILURE.

Keep in mind that the treasury was filled with taxes collected from people that don't hide their money in the Cayman Islands.

Wake the F up America!

It's time to OCCUPY the White House AND the CONGRESS. THAT's what ELECTIONS are for. It is more EFFECTIVE than camping in parks!!!

Don't complain.

VOTE!!!!

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#54 Nov 4, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
<quoted text>
It's financial terrorism.
We want to destroy the middle class, break private union pension CONTRACTS, all for the gain of unpatriotic global oligarchs that hate America.
Our economy is taken hostage and the treasury is raided for international corporate welfare, bank bailouts to reward CEO's with record profits AND bonuses, for FAILURE.
Keep in mind that the treasury was filled with taxes collected from people that don't hide their money in the Cayman Islands.
Wake the F up America!
It's time to OCCUPY the White House AND the CONGRESS. THAT's what ELECTIONS are for. It is more EFFECTIVE than camping in parks!!!
Don't complain.
VOTE!!!!
Your A game is now a C game......blow taps.......its better than what you're blowing now.
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#55 Nov 4, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Obama Ignores Question About Storm Victims' Frustrations...
OBAMA REFUSES TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT lIBYA..........AND THE DEATH OF FOUR AMERICANS..........
lIKE CLINT EASTWOOD SAID, THE PRESIDENT WORKS FOR US, IT'S ALRIGHT TO LET HIM GO WHEN HE WON'T DO HIS JOB OR TELL US THE TRUTH..........just as would happen in any company large or small.
WI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 3.0 51.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 48.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±2.8 margin of error.
1256 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.

MI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.7 margin of error.
700 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.

PA PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.5 margin of error.
790 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.

OH PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Zogby from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 7.90000000000001 50.2
2 Mitt Romney (R) 42.3
Release information available from Zogby.
±3.5 margin of error.
827 Likely Voters were polled by internet survey.

NV PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Mellman Group (D) from 10/29/2012 to 10/31/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 50.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 44.0
Release information available from Mellman Group (D).
±4.0 margin of error.
600 Likely Voters were polled by telephone survey.

Game, Set and Match....... ROFLMAO!
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#56 Nov 4, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>FL: R 51% O 45%...
NYT: PA 'tilting toward Romney'...
WI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 3.0 51.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 48.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±2.8 margin of error.
1256 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.

MI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.7 margin of error.
700 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.

PA PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.5 margin of error.
790 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.

OH PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Zogby from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 7.90000000000001 50.2
2 Mitt Romney (R) 42.3
Release information available from Zogby.
±3.5 margin of error.
827 Likely Voters were polled by internet survey.

NV PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Mellman Group (D) from 10/29/2012 to 10/31/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 50.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 44.0
Release information available from Mellman Group (D).
±4.0 margin of error.
600 Likely Voters were polled by telephone survey.

Game, Set and Match....... ROFLMAO! Is this anything like Romney leading from behind?

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#57 Nov 4, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>
WI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 3.0 51.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 48.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±2.8 margin of error.
1256 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.
MI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.7 margin of error.
700 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.
PA PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.5 margin of error.
790 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.
OH PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Zogby from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 7.90000000000001 50.2
2 Mitt Romney (R) 42.3
Release information available from Zogby.
±3.5 margin of error.
827 Likely Voters were polled by internet survey.
NV PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Mellman Group (D) from 10/29/2012 to 10/31/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 50.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 44.0
Release information available from Mellman Group (D).
±4.0 margin of error.
600 Likely Voters were polled by telephone survey.
Game, Set and Match....... ROFLMAO!
hahahahaha polls of less that 1000 or more are worthless.........next.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#58 Nov 4, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>
WI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 3.0 51.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 48.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±2.8 margin of error.
1256 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.
MI PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.7 margin of error.
700 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.
PA PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by PPP (D) from 11/02/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 52.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 46.0
Release information available from PPP (D).
±3.5 margin of error.
790 Likely Voters were polled by automatic survey.
OH PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Zogby from 11/01/2012 to 11/03/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 7.90000000000001 50.2
2 Mitt Romney (R) 42.3
Release information available from Zogby.
±3.5 margin of error.
827 Likely Voters were polled by internet survey.
NV PRESIDENT '12
Conducted by Mellman Group (D) from 10/29/2012 to 10/31/2012.
1 Barack Obama (D) 6.0 50.0
2 Mitt Romney (R) 44.0
Release information available from Mellman Group (D).
±4.0 margin of error.
600 Likely Voters were polled by telephone survey.
Game, Set and Match....... ROFLMAO! Is this anything like Romney leading from behind?
New York Daily News joins growing number of newspapers switching endorsement to
Romney

21 NEWSPAPERS SWITCH TO ROMNEY...

DEMS FEAR THEY MAY LOSE SEATS IN HOUSE...

SOROS THINK TANK RECOMMENDS BIG CUTS TO MILITARY BENEFITS... Tells you Obama's plan since Soross is his puppet master.

Massive Decrease in Early and Absentee Voting -- in Chicago?

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#60 Nov 4, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>hahahahaha polls of less that 1000 or more are worthless.........next.
HAHAAHAHAHAH!

Except when you cite them, eh, Dumbo?

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#61 Nov 5, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
HAHAAHAHAHAH!
Except when you cite them, eh, Dumbo?
There are 14 swing states..........Romney is over 50% in 7 of them, They are tied in 5, Obama is only over 50% in 2 of the states (at 50) not over.......the rest of the states Obama is only 47% approval or below.......kiss him goodby.

....all this after spending a billion dollars campaigning, spending 6 trillion of our tax dollars on wasted bs, and campaigning since January 22, 2009.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#62 Nov 5, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>There are 14 swing states..........Romney is over 50% in 7 of them
It was 12 a minute ago HAHAHAHAAH!

Nope. Nine.

Of course in the end what matters is the total and the question isn't if Obama will win, it will be if he will break the 300 barrier.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#63 Nov 5, 2012
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
It was 12 a minute ago HAHAHAHAAH!
Nope. Nine.
Of course in the end what matters is the total and the question isn't if Obama will win, it will be if he will break the 300 barrier.
Yep there was, two more went to Romney.
Eric Gustafson

Yorktown, VA

#64 Nov 5, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>There are 14 swing states..........Romney is over 50% in 7 of them, They are tied in 5, Obama is only over 50% in 2 of the states (at 50) not over.......the rest of the states Obama is only 47% approval or below.......kiss him goodby.
....all this after spending a billion dollars campaigning, spending 6 trillion of our tax dollars on wasted bs, and campaigning since January 22, 2009.
Romney is not ahead, or has been in any swing states where the Election will be determined..... Obama doesn't need Florida, NC or Virginia.
And judging by the look of the lines in Florida and the exit data Romney doesn't have a chance in Florida.
Romney's only hope is loosing by less than 100 electoral votes.

Since: Feb 11

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#65 Nov 5, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Yep there was, two more went to Romney.
Right... two more went to Romney as swing states...

And to the rest of us, it sounds like you are just full of [email protected][ and making things up like you do every day, 50 or 60 times a day.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#66 Nov 5, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<Obama is only over 50% in 2 of the states
Of course, you also just told us the Obama wasn't over 48 percent in any national poll.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#67 Nov 5, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>
Romney is not ahead, or has been in any swing states where the Election will be determined..... Obama doesn't need Florida, NC or Virginia.
ScrotumSniffer believes if he can repeat the same lie 50 times in one day it becomes true.

And he repeats it 60 times, just to be sure.

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