Give 'em hell, Mitt: fight Obama's sm...

Give 'em hell, Mitt: fight Obama's smears

There are 13856 comments on the New York Post story from Aug 17, 2012, titled Give 'em hell, Mitt: fight Obama's smears. In it, New York Post reports that:

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joe strummer

Riverside, CA

#7826 Oct 11, 2012
NoBlamer 2012 wrote:
<quoted text>Who took us out of Iraq? >>>> BUSH

Who killed osama? >>>> THE SEALS

Who recovered the economy? >>>> REAGAN

WHO COMMITS THE MOST CRIME >>>> The black dude did :)
-More like left it to Obama to take us out of Iraq

-Had enough balls to deploy the seals to do what others couldn't since we entered Afghanistan in 01

-Reagan recovering today's economy?? Your kidding right? Or are you just pulling things out of your ass to seem smart? All Recent troubles in the American economy can be attributed to a weakening of business under his administration.

And what crimes do you speak of? Or is that just more bull shit to seem smart.

Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#7827 Oct 11, 2012
Scott DesJarlais wrote:
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The numbers get revised every month you might want to pay attention more often then you would understand how the economic indicators work!
I know exactly how they work. Do you think they will get revised before the election?? obama has to lie by omission on the first round. What if Bush did that?

Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#7828 Oct 11, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, we understand that they can't get it right the first time.......after all, there is no experience.
What if Bush did this??
joe strummer

Riverside, CA

#7829 Oct 11, 2012
We already have foresight on romneys way of running things. Just take a look at the state of massachusetts is in under his reign.....no thank you, I'll take the black guy....
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7833 Oct 11, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>that is my biggest bitch if you have a CCW permit you should be able to carry it anywhere in the US which everybody should have the right to CCW and not left up to the states at least it was settled by the SCOTUS in Mcdonald vs Chicago in 2010 and all the Anti gun states were complaining the way the Supreme Court ruled. I know John Thune introduced an amendment in July 2009 and it was defeated and Romney had a chance he would veto it besides Romney is for Gun Control.
Concealed carry legislation introduced by Republican Senate leaders
http://www.humanevents.com/2012/03/21/conceal...
McDonald v. Chicago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonald_v._Chic...
I am quite sure that Romney would support the bill. Ma is so liberal one would have too support all sorts of gun control just to try to govern there. Regardless, Obama is a greater danger to gun owners .
Anonymous

Milton, Canada

#7834 Oct 11, 2012
Are You Kidding wrote:
<quoted text>You disagree with something I post and you respond with an immature rant. How old are you? 9 or 10

Why are people so mean, for God's sake? I sometimes try so hard to understand why so many human beings do find it easier to be critical and mean and hostile, instead of being nice, but I never seem to get to any valid explanation. Maybe because they express their inside furies and frustrations by trying to make others feel lousy too, or maybe because they just don't care about the way their reactions affect the others.
Maybe it's cuz their American.
No offense. But no other western country is as adverse and belligerent as a good portion of America. Not surprising too, that they are usually GOP heads.

Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#7835 Oct 11, 2012
Scott DesJarlais wrote:
<quoted text>
It's apparent you don't, don't be embarrassed not everyone has the aptitude, or finances for an effective education or a job where they can fain meaningful experience.
Hell, I retired at age 45.

Blow me liberal. Your boy is going down hard. This is just another in a long line of his lies and deceit.
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7836 Oct 11, 2012
joe strummer wrote:
We already have foresight on romneys way of running things. Just take a look at the state of massachusetts is in under his reign.....no thank you, I'll take the black guy....


Romney turned a three billion dollar deficit into a two billion dollar surplus. That black guy should try it instead of increasing the debt over one trillion dollars each year.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#7837 Oct 11, 2012
downhill246 wrote:
<quoted text>
I am quite sure that Romney would support the bill. Ma is so liberal one would have too support all sorts of gun control just to try to govern there. Regardless, Obama is a greater danger to gun owners .
Romney has already proved to be a threat Romney Placed Fees & Tax Increases on guns and would love to do nationally and tax guns out of peoples hand, but to live in Massachuestts you have to be an ultra liberal. Gingrich was right about Romney on Guns.

Gingrich Hits Romney on Gun Tax Increase

Continuing his full frontal assault on Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich lit into the a-little-too-perfectly coiffed former Massachusetts governor for raising taxes on guns by 400% when he was the Bay State executive. Sticklers for the truth that they are, guardian.co.uk points out that,“the ‘tax’ Gingrich refers to was in fact a fee on gun licenses that Romney raised in 2003 as part of his administration’s effort that year to scour the tax code for loopholes it could close and fees it could hike to close a budget deficit.” Thanks for that distinction without a difference. Tax or fee, the dollars still come out of gun owners’ pockets every time they buy a new boomstick or renew an existing license. And as we learned in Econ 101, that which is taxed is discouraged...

Imagine that – a Massachusetts governor raising taxes. Say it ain’t so, Joe. That’s almost as newsworthy as a politician lying. But the next primary’s coming up fast and Gingrich sees an opportunity.


“He raised taxes on owning a gun, a topic we will talk about a great deal in South Carolina, where they think registering a gun and having it taxed by the government is not a very clever idea,” Gingrich said yesterday in Manchester, N.H.

Meanwhile, Romney’s trying to be just as pedantic as the Guardian.


Romney has long argued that fees are not taxes because they are charged for specific services. But others, including gun owners in Massachusetts – who number about 200,000 – have rejected that distinction.

“It’s a tax on our rights. Period,”(executive director of the Gun Owners Action League, James) Wallace said today.

Good luck making that case, Mitt.

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2012/01/dani...
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7838 Oct 11, 2012
Ruboo48 wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe it's cuz their American.
No offense. But no other western country is as adverse and belligerent as a good portion of America. Not surprising too, that they are usually GOP heads.
Not surprising either that secular progressives are charitable cheapskates compared to religious people who tend to vote Republican.
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7839 Oct 11, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Romney has already proved to be a threat Romney Placed Fees & Tax Increases on guns and would love to do nationally and tax guns out of peoples hand, but to live in Massachuestts you have to be an ultra liberal. Gingrich was right about Romney on Guns.
Gingrich Hits Romney on Gun Tax Increase
Continuing his full frontal assault on Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich lit into the a-little-too-perfectly coiffed former Massachusetts governor for raising taxes on guns by 400% when he was the Bay State executive. Sticklers for the truth that they are, guardian.co.uk points out that,“the ‘tax’ Gingrich refers to was in fact a fee on gun licenses that Romney raised in 2003 as part of his administration’s effort that year to scour the tax code for loopholes it could close and fees it could hike to close a budget deficit.” Thanks for that distinction without a difference. Tax or fee, the dollars still come out of gun owners’ pockets every time they buy a new boomstick or renew an existing license. And as we learned in Econ 101, that which is taxed is discouraged...
Imagine that – a Massachusetts governor raising taxes. Say it ain’t so, Joe. That’s almost as newsworthy as a politician lying. But the next primary’s coming up fast and Gingrich sees an opportunity.
“He raised taxes on owning a gun, a topic we will talk about a great deal in South Carolina, where they think registering a gun and having it taxed by the government is not a very clever idea,” Gingrich said yesterday in Manchester, N.H.
Meanwhile, Romney’s trying to be just as pedantic as the Guardian.
Romney has long argued that fees are not taxes because they are charged for specific services. But others, including gun owners in Massachusetts – who number about 200,000 – have rejected that distinction.
“It’s a tax on our rights. Period,”(executive director of the Gun Owners Action League, James) Wallace said today.
Good luck making that case, Mitt.
http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2012/01/dani...
Regardless, with NRA backing, Romney will support gun rights. It is the way politics work. With union backing ,Obama supported a bailout of GM and threw non union workers under the bus.
obama STINKS LIKE A BITCH

Philadelphia, PA

#7841 Oct 11, 2012
obama hussein should just resign immediately
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7842 Oct 11, 2012
Fairfax, VA.- The National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund today announced its endorsement of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for President and Vice President. NRA’s Executive Vice President, Wayne LaPierre, and NRA Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) Chairman, Chris W. Cox, made the announcement in Fishersville, Virginia, during a rally with both Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan in attendance. Also, attending and performing at the press conference was country music superstar and NRA Life Member Trace Adkins.

“Virginia is ground zero – the front line of this election. This is where the race could be won or lost. This is where the difference can be made. This is where gun owners must make that difference.” said LaPierre.

“Today, we live in an America that is getting harder to recognize every day led by a President who mocks our values, belittles our faith, and is threatened by our freedom.” said Cox.“So on behalf of the four million men and women of the National Rifle Association, representing tens of millions of NRA supporters, it is my honor to announce the NRA’s endorsement of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for President and Vice President of the United States.”

The actions of President Barack Obama have harmed the Second Amendment for generations to come. He has appointed two anti-gun nominees to the Supreme Court – one of whom has already signed an opinion saying that law-abiding Americans do not have an individual right to own firearms. Obama’s administration worked on a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that would undermine our Second Amendment rights, and he has helped cover-up the deadly Operation Fast and Furious scandal, arming Mexican drug cartels that continue to kill countless innocent American and Mexican citizens. He has also said that the ability of lawful citizens to carry a firearm for personal protection should be banned nationwide. As a state legislator, he opposed a law to protect people who use guns in their own homes for self-defense; endorsed a total ban on the manufacturing, sale and possession of all handguns; and supported a 500 percent increase in federal taxes on guns and ammunition. Unaccountable to the voters, America’s 100 million gun owners justifiably fear that a second Obama term would bring an all-out assault on the Second Amendment.

But there’s a clear choice this November. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will protect our Right to Keep and Bear Arms by appointing Supreme Court justices who will uphold the rulings in District of Columbia v. Heller and McDonald v. City of Chicago – two landmark cases which held that the Second Amendment guarantees a fundamental, individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms for all law-abiding Americans. Romney and Ryan have also stated their opposition to efforts by the United Nations to implement a global gun-control bureaucracy.

“In this election, there is no debate. There is only one choice – only one hope – to save our firearms freedom and our way of life,” LaPierre continued.“Get to the polls on election day and make the difference in this campaign. Help take back our country and protect our freedom. On November 6, vote freedom first – Vote Romney-Ryan!”

NRA Political Victory Fund
Oct 4, 2012
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7845 Oct 11, 2012
Sept 12,2012

A total of 19,000 subscribers to the PoliceMag.com e-newsletter On-Target were given the opportunity to participate in a survey covering gun control, politics, and police operations. Of that base number, 2,387 responded, a total response of 12.6%. Of the respondents, 74% were active sworn law enforcement, 15% were retired sworn law enforcement, and 11% were not law enforcement officers.

76% of respondents said they would support Romney in November.

The number one answer Romney supporters chose for voting Republican in the upcoming election was "I oppose Obama's policies" at 67%.
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7846 Oct 11, 2012
Scott DesJarlais wrote:
<quoted text>
He did that by passing everything off to the federal government check it out!
So the man is brilliant. What else is new? Look at all the unions, colleges and left wing organizations heavily invested in Bain Capital.
downhill246

Pompano Beach, FL

#7847 Oct 11, 2012
Scott DesJarlais wrote:
<quoted text>
By the Obama is leading in Vegas apparently not everyone there is a uneducated white male!
Perhaps, but how is Obama doing in the rest of the state? Let's check it out.

"With the election less than one month away, Mitt Romney leads by 3 points over President Obama in the key battleground state of Nevada."

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/10/11/4903782/romn...
Escorat

San Diego, CA

#7848 Oct 11, 2012
Can someone explain to me why after being attacked on American soil in Libya on 9/11/2102 the media is ignoring another 9/11 attack on American soil. Yes the embassy and the consulate are considered as being on American soil in Libya same as the Libyian embassy is also on Libyian soil even though their embassy and consulate are located in America.
Anonymous

Toronto, Canada

#7849 Oct 11, 2012
downhill246 wrote:
Fairfax, VA.- The National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund today announced its endorsement of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for President and Vice President. NRA’s Executive Vice President, Wayne LaPierre, and NRA Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) Chairman, Chris W. Cox, made the announcement in Fishersville, Virginia, during a rally with both Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan in attendance. Also, attending and performing at the press conference was country music superstar and NRA Life Member Trace Adkins.

“Virginia is ground zero – the front line of this election. This is where the race could be won or lost. This is where the difference can be made. This is where gun owners must make that difference.” said LaPierre.

“Today, we live in an America that is getting harder to recognize every day led by a President who mocks our values, belittles our faith, and is threatened by our freedom.” said Cox.“So on behalf of the four million men and women of the National Rifle Association, representing tens of millions of NRA supporters, it is my honor to announce the NRA’s endorsement of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for President and Vice President of the United States.”

The actions of President Barack Obama have harmed the Second Amendment for generations to come. He has appointed two anti-gun nominees to the Supreme Court – one of whom has already signed an opinion saying that law-abiding Americans do not have an individual right to own firearms. Obama’s administration worked on a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that would undermine our Second Amendment rights, and he has helped cover-up the deadly Operation Fast and Furious scandal, arming Mexican drug cartels that continue to kill countless innocent American and Mexican citizens. He has also said that the ability of lawful citizens to carry a firearm for personal protection should be banned nationwide. As a state legislator, he opposed a law to protect people who use guns in their own homes for self-defense; endorsed a total ban on the manufacturing, sale and possession of all handguns; and supported a 500 percent increase in federal taxes on guns and ammunition. Unaccountable to the voters, America’s 100 million gun owners justifiably fear that a second Obama term would bring an all-out assault on the Second Amendment.

But there’s a clear choice this November. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will protect our Right to Keep and Bear Arms by appointing Supreme Court justices who will uphold the rulings in District of Columbia v. Heller and McDonald v. City of Chicago – two landmark cases which held that the Second Amendment guarantees a fundamental, individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms for all law-abiding Americans. Romney and Ryan have also stated their opposition to efforts by the United Nations to implement a global gun-control bureaucracy.

“In this election, there is no debate. There is only one choice – only one hope – to save our firearms freedom and our way of life,” LaPierre continued.“Get to the polls on election day and make the difference in this campaign. Help take back our country and protect our freedom. On November 6, vote freedom first – Vote Romney-Ryan!”

NRA Political Victory Fund
Oct 4, 2012
Only gun toting red necks give a shit about this endorsement.
Escorat

San Diego, CA

#7850 Oct 11, 2012
In other words WE HAVE BEEN ATTACKED again.
Anonymous

Toronto, Canada

#7851 Oct 11, 2012
downhill246 wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps, but how is Obama doing in the rest of the state? Let's check it out.

"With the election less than one month away, Mitt Romney leads by 3 points over President Obama in the key battleground state of Nevada."

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/10/11/4903782/romn...
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