Behind debate scenes, Romney's team reenergized by Republican's performance

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The candidates were still onstage, delivering their closing statements, but behind the scenes the march of the Republicans had begun.

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Romney tax reform does not add up and will raise taxes on the middle class. Republican say raising taxes on the middle class is ok as long as it does not raise taxes on the wealthy and special interests.
You still don't get it Tony, raising taxes on ANYONE will trickle down to the consumer, the very middle class you speak of. Many of the "wealthy" are owners of companies, increase taxes and they WILL pass that on to the consumer, WAKE UP! Knock off the class warfare, boy. This glutinous government is killing this nation and you're willing to see it die to feed you feelings of inadequacy.
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If you we're given the chance, would you suckle from Obama's teet? Because to us, it sounds like your starting a little bit south
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freaky fantasies. Keep 'em to yourself.

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The filth that was Reagan. Dirtbag Romney is actually worse but Reagan was a scumbag creep as well. The rightwing myths about the creep are just as bad as the lying about Dirtbag Romney:

"As president, Reagan “raised taxes in seven of his eight years in office,” including four times in just two years.

Reagan nearly tripled the federal budget deficit.

Unemployment soared after Reagan’s 1981 tax cuts. Unemployment jumped to 10.8 percent

Reagan grew the size of the federal government tremendously.

Reagan illegally funneled weapons to Iran.

Reagan helped create the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden. " AS

To Republiscums and TeaBaggers. Get your king sized tub of lard or XXXL tub of vaseline.

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You still don't get it Tony, raising taxes on ANYONE will trickle down to the consumer, the very middle class you speak of. Many of the "wealthy" are owners of companies, increase taxes and they WILL pass that on to the consumer, WAKE UP! Knock off the class warfare, boy. This glutinous government is killing this nation and you're willing to see it die to feed you feelings of inadequacy.
God are you stupid. You do not understand the basic economics of supply and demand you America-hating freakshow.

God you are stupid. No wonder you are a Republiscum.

If tax cuts made for a roaring economy and jobs aplenty then why did Bush create ZERO jobs during his entire 8 years you filthy pig with his massive tax cuts on the nation's credit card. Glutinous? What kind of crap is that?
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God are you stupid. You do not understand the basic economics of supply and demand you America-hating freakshow.
God you are stupid. No wonder you are a Republiscum.
If tax cuts made for a roaring economy and jobs aplenty then why did Bush create ZERO jobs during his entire 8 years you filthy pig with his massive tax cuts on the nation's credit card. Glutinous? What kind of crap is that?
Did you leave you meds at home AGAIN? You are a nut.

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Did you leave you meds at home AGAIN? You are a nut.
Stop avoiding the question you illiterate, lower-class coward.

If cutting taxes boosted the economy then why did Bush's tax cuts generate the Great Recession with a negative 9% GDP and 850,000/month in job losses?

Why?

Stop running you America-hating coward. Answer the question.
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Stop avoiding the question you illiterate, lower-class coward.
If cutting taxes boosted the economy then why did Bush's tax cuts generate the Great Recession with a negative 9% GDP and 850,000/month in job losses?
Why?
Stop running you America-hating coward. Answer the question.
Where do you get that tax breaks caused the recession? The banking industry did, coupled with the real estate boom, brought on by Frank and Dodd. The libtard idea that everyone should be allowed to own a home regardless of whether they can pay for it or not. The unemployment rate sky-rocketed because of the collapse to real estate since 5 out of 10 Americans were linked to the building industry in one form or another. You also seem to forget that the real estate collapse was global, not just an American problem because the foreign countries were just as heavily invested in the bundled securities attached to those Frank Dodd (fanny Mae and freddy mac) mortgages. DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET? It is behind the recession, not tax breaks you buffoon!
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Why is it when you liberals are too clueless to understand something, you resort to hurling insults?
Have you any idea at all as to how the 6 unemployment rates are computed?
I'm a leftist, not a "liberal," dumbass. If you're too clueless to know that, why should I bother with your idiotic posts?

Nevertheless, yes, I'm aware that there are different calculations of the employment rate. I'm saying that the poster in question cherry-picked one that made his point, rather than sticking to a CONSISTENT measurement which would indicate actual change in employment.

Do you get it now, f---stick? Good.
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Where do you get that tax breaks caused the recession? The banking industry did, coupled with the real estate boom, brought on by Frank and Dodd. The libtard idea that everyone should be allowed to own a home regardless of whether they can pay for it or not...blah, blah......
You were doing so well there for a minute, then SPLAT!

Hint: the real estate boom was not "brought on by Frank and Dodd." You only say that because you're a reTHUGgie interested in partisan blame-casting.

FYI..
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To reTHUGgies who still remain clueless about the recession, or want to blame it on 'Fannie and Freddie and Barney and Dodd, oh MY!,' I just want to say this:

Booming real-estate market wasn't in and of itself a BAD thing. Sure, there's bound to be a let-down when you have a boom of any kind, but in the meantime, it boosts the economy, puts a lot of money into circulation, and makes a lot of people better-off.

Where that turned into the recession wasn't in the process of making more first-time homeowners, it was in the process of turning mortgages, many of them eventually BAD mortgages, into deriviatives and other instruments on the Wall St. Casino. When you had trillions in potentially worthless paper out there, the collapsing boom not only caused the real-estate market to collapse, but the entire stock market and Western economies along with it. That's what happens when you gamble with other peoples' money - or worse, with their debt.

FYI

ps - the deregulation which made the Wall St. Casino possible was bipartisan, bills pushed by reTHUGlicans but signed by Clinton such as Gramm-Leach-Bliley.
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You were doing so well there for a minute, then SPLAT!
Hint: the real estate boom was not "brought on by Frank and Dodd." You only say that because you're a reTHUGgie interested in partisan blame-casting.
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Bull, the real estate boom was indeed "fueled" by the Frank Dodd fannie mae crap. The collapse was brought on by the increase in fuel and energy prices. Think about it, you already stretched thin on your budget, and bam, along comes a 300% increase in cost for a "necessity". What happens? You can't "increase" your income to offset it, so, paying for food is a lot more important than paying a mortgage. I always had to chuckle when the media posted "People losing "their" houses. They NEVER were THEIR houses, they were the BANKS' houses.
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To reTHUGgies who still remain clueless about the recession, or want to blame it on 'Fannie and Freddie and Barney and Dodd, oh MY!,' I just want to say this:
Booming real-estate market wasn't in and of itself a BAD thing. Sure, there's bound to be a let-down when you have a boom of any kind, but in the meantime, it boosts the economy, puts a lot of money into circulation, and makes a lot of people better-off.
Where that turned into the recession wasn't in the process of making more first-time homeowners, it was in the process of turning mortgages, many of them eventually BAD mortgages, into deriviatives and other instruments on the Wall St. Casino. When you had trillions in potentially worthless paper out there, the collapsing boom not only caused the real-estate market to collapse, but the entire stock market and Western economies along with it. That's what happens when you gamble with other peoples' money - or worse, with their debt.
FYI
ps - the deregulation which made the Wall St. Casino possible was bipartisan, bills pushed by reTHUGlicans but signed by Clinton such as Gramm-Leach-Bliley.
This is true. But, I did indeed mention that in the post to Oregon Sucker. Bundling of mortgage securities??
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Bull, the real estate boom was indeed "fueled" by the Frank Dodd fannie mae crap. The collapse was brought on by the increase in fuel and energy prices. Think about it, you already stretched thin on your budget, and bam, along comes a 300% increase in cost for a "necessity". What happens? You can't "increase" your income to offset it, so, paying for food is a lot more important than paying a mortgage. I always had to chuckle when the media posted "People losing "their" houses. They NEVER were THEIR houses, they were the BANKS' houses.
I see...now it was "fueled," not "brought on" by the evil Dodd - now in conjunction with the equally evil Fannie, huh?

LOL

Like I say, for Righties it's always 'Fannie and Freddie and Barney and Dodd, Oh My!'

You're an ignoramus. You wouldn't know a cause of the recession from a carton of smokes. Get lost.
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This is true. But, I did indeed mention that in the post to Oregon Sucker. Bundling of mortgage securities??
I didn't see that, but that's good. I wasn't addressing any one poster directly with my post, just commenting generally.

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I see...now it was "fueled," not "brought on" by the evil Dodd - now in conjunction with the equally evil Fannie, huh?
LOL
Like I say, for Righties it's always 'Fannie and Freddie and Barney and Dodd, Oh My!'
You're an ignoramus. You wouldn't know a cause of the recession from a carton of smokes. Get lost.
Fire always needs a "fuel". So, you're denying that the mortgage giants through the gubmint had anything to do with the meltdown? Please, de-regulation of banks and the fannie mae freddie mac promoted by Frank Dodd were indeed the "contributors". To ignore this fact is blindness and partisan!
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I didn't see that, but that's good. I wasn't addressing any one poster directly with my post, just commenting generally.
Thanks.
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Romney was jumpy.
Romney was rude.
His truth was bumpy..
Romney was a chick with an attitude.
Romney was like a hyper active child.
He's the little boy that just won't shut up when told.
Romney thought he's where it's at..
But Romney has shown us all he's just a spoiled brat.
He certainly seemed energized. As if a burden had been lifted from his shoulders.
Perhaps he finally came clean to Ann and said he was bisexual?
Everything about Mitt is bi.
He sez one thing....then flips onto another position in the same breath. The man doesn't know where he stands. The man has no convictions--other than pink slips,money,and a desire to f*ck over as many Americans as humanly possible.
Romney likes changing positions. Romney will change his position more times in 60 seconds than most porn stars in an entire film. Romney is such a wh*re.
I think Mittens sees the White House as nothing more than a money shot for himself.
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Fire always needs a "fuel". So, you're denying that the mortgage giants through the gubmint had anything to do with the meltdown? Please, de-regulation of banks and the fannie mae freddie mac promoted by Frank Dodd were indeed the "contributors". To ignore this fact is blindness and partisan!
In the sense that Wall St. needed mortgages to "fuel" their insane, out-of-control deriviatives gambling addiction, yes. But that was hardly the INTENT of either Fannie and Freddie, or of the people running those organizations. As I've tried to make clear, there's a distinct difference between the loan/housing market, and the deriviatives market. The latter couldn't have taken off without the former, sure, but that doesn't mean housing was RESPONSIBLE for the Wall St.'s Casino.

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The filth that was Reagan. Dirtbag Romney is actually worse but Reagan was a scumbag creep as well. The rightwing myths about the creep are just as bad as the lying about Dirtbag Romney:
"As president, Reagan “raised taxes in seven of his eight years in office,” including four times in just two years.
Reagan nearly tripled the federal budget deficit.
Unemployment soared after Reagan’s 1981 tax cuts. Unemployment jumped to 10.8 percent
Reagan grew the size of the federal government tremendously.
Reagan illegally funneled weapons to Iran.
Reagan helped create the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden. " AS
To Republiscums and TeaBaggers. Get your king sized tub of lard or XXXL tub of vaseline.
Get over it, President Reagan won re-election with a 49 state landslide something moron Obama will never do.
Reagan brought this country back socially and finacially from stagnant ruination..

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