Morris: Akin story is now 'a big plus for Romney'

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Hopefully if we elect a Republican President, House, and Senate we can demand we do something about the Union takeover of America. They are 7% of the workers, and they believe they run everything. They don't, and need to have their power reduced to size.
Better YET, we can completely outlaw abortion, in all cases, including in vitro, medical necessity, incest, and rape.

If not now, when? If not us, who?
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Women need to relearn their place, at home, barefoot and pregnant, without employment. We need more adoption, rape, and incest, NOT LESS.
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Nina wrote:
Are we so complacent that mothers are now taking their unborn childrens' lives in this great country of ours..even when the children are well
formed. Never before has there been so much
help to women w/chldren in need. Families must
be supportive as these unborn children are our
granchildren, nieces/nephews, sisters/brothers.
Just envision what could have been...seeing an
aborted unborn developing child at the age of 20.
tears, tears, and more tears...
Babe,
Women have been in charge of their own reproductive systems since the dawn of time. Long before our current ability to medically terminate a pregnancy, a woman who was determined to not be pregnant was able to no longer be pregnant. Midwives were much more experienced in the workings of the female reproductive systems then say, a misouri senator. They could provide whatever service a pregnant woman wanted, safe delivery, or miscarriage.
Sure it's sad.
No sadder then taking the 18 year old children of American families and sending them off to war.
No sadder than the endless cycle of violence that is human history.
No sadder than the millions of children in the world growing up in squalor and filth only to be exploited their entire miserable short life.
No sadder then a 14 year old girl raped or exploited and forced to live with and raise the result of that exploitation for the rest of her life.
No sadder than young boys being the sexual playthings of old twisted wealthy men who have the money to exploit whomever they please.
And yes in America we are better then the rest of the world. So I think all our women are completely capable of deceiding what is best for themselves and/or their familes...without the inut of our evidently undereducated, bliinded by funding, political "leaders"(for lack of a better term)
Live our own life and stay out of everyone else's vagina.
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...All the big dollars are going to the repugs to do the bidding of special interests...
"All the big dollars"? Like, for instance, George Soros?
The bidding of special interests? Like, for instance, SEIU and Solyndra?
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Aug 25, 2012
 
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Hopefully if we elect a Republican President, House, and Senate we can demand we do something about the Union takeover of America. They are 7% of the workers, and they believe they run everything. They don't, and need to have their power reduced to size.
If you don't agree with the unions' agenda then vote for candidates who have your views. But 7% of the people (or 6% or 1%, 0.001%) have the same rights of free speech, assembly, and to petition their government as anyone else. What do you suggest -- having the government require that 93% of legislation go agaisnt unions' wishes? If unions are better at political organization than others, then the others need to improve their skills.
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How so? Does it detract from the missing TAX RETURNS and the naked drunk congressmen romping in the Holy Sea of Galilee????
No it doesn't. Neither does it detract from the missing COLLEGE TRNASCRIPTS and the prostitution ring run out the apartment of the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. Both sides can dish it out but have trouble taking it. Things may change, but I currently plan on voting for a third party this year.
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There are quite a few speculated reasons why Mitt Romney won’t release his taxes. One of which, interestingly enough, is that he may have hid money from his church. At a news conference, he is reported to have said,“Every year, I’ve paid at least 13 percent, and if you add, in addition, the amount that goes to charity, why the number gets well above 20 percent,” Romney said. First of all, you don’t get to add your charitable donations to your tax rate. It doesn’t work that way. Second, tithing isn’t exactly the same thing as charity, and 20% is still an extremely low tax if you’re worth as much as Romney. While Mitt’s most recent excuse for not releasing his tax returns (not wanting to disclose tithing) is a shoddy one, it completely loses credibility altogether when his wife, during an interview with ABC News’ Robin Roberts, says the following:“You know, you should really look at where Mitt has led his life and where he’s been financially. He’s been a very generous person. We give ten percent of our income to our church every year. Do you think that is the kind of person that is trying to hide things?” OUCH! "Doubt grows with knowledge.”~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
And there are speculated reasons why President Obama won't release his college transcripts. Poor grades? Radical theses? Applying for Kenyan scholarship monies? Like Debbie Wasserman Schultz said, the candidate can end all of the speculation by simplying making public his forms.
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...Neither does it detract from the missing COLLEGE TRNASCRIPTS...
Not only can he release his "TRNASCRIPTS" but he can release his "TRANSCRIPTS" as well!:-)
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And there are speculated reasons why President Obama won't release his college transcripts. Poor grades? Radical theses? Applying for Kenyan scholarship monies? Like Debbie Wasserman Schultz said, the candidate can end all of the speculation by simplying making public his forms.
Why should he, no other President has. It's not like there is any president like say RELEASING YOUR TAX FORMS.
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"All the big dollars"? Like, for instance, George Soros?
The bidding of special interests? Like, for instance, SEIU and Solyndra?
George Soros has a tiny fraction of wealth compared to the Koch's

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Akin points out clearly the insanity of the GOP. Ryan was Akin's co-sponsor on 30 something anti-women's choice bills. Watch C-SPAN.
Republiscum love stupid. Stupid does not ask questions when the billionaires who own the GOPUX run them over in the Bentley and worry about guts on their tires.

"The Crackpot Caucus

The tutorial in 8th grade biology that Republicans got after one of their members of Congress went public with something from the wackosphere was instructive, and not just because it offered female anatomy lessons to those who get their science from the Bible.

Take a look around key committees of the House and you’ll find a governing body stocked with crackpots whose views on major issues are as removed from reality as Missouri’s Representative Todd Akin’s take on the sperm-killing powers of a woman who’s been raped."

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Card Carrying Zionist wrote:
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"All the big dollars"? Like, for instance, George Soros?
The bidding of special interests? Like, for instance, SEIU and Solyndra?
6 Walton Heirs own as much as the bottom 40% of Americans.

33 Billionaires have bought the GOPUX fetid swamp, human excrement and all. Why anyone not at least a multimillionaire votes Republiscum shows the triumph of propaganda over stupid.

Under the Ryan plan Romney's taxes go from a 13.9% rate to a 0.82% rate with ZERO estate taxes so his nonworking brats get to be aristocrats.

Small wonder billionaires support Romney, they stand to have ZERO taxes. Who will pay for the upkeep and expenses of the USA? The dwindling middle class who will get NO BENEFITS like Medicare (dead in 2016) and SS (dead even sooner) and TAX HIKES under Ryan/Romney/2012.

Anyone who does not realize this is an idiot and does not deserve to be an American. Pack up you Republiscum. Find some other country that will let you infect it with your stupidity.
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Semper Fi 4 life wrote:
Why should he, no other President has. It's not like there is any president like say RELEASING YOUR TAX FORMS.
That's a lie. The college transcripts of George W. Bush and John Kerry were both made publc. And although not all posted on-line, they and other presidents (and unsuccessful candidates) have had college records publicized, including John McCain, Bill Clinton and Bob Dole. Obviously, Onbama is under no legal obligation to do, just as Romney is under no legal obligation to make public his tax forms. I think, however, that they both should have done so years ago. However, to say that they are guilty until proven innocent (as Senator Reid and others have) is silly.
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Semper Fi 4 life wrote:
George Soros has a tiny fraction of wealth compared to the Koch's

But you wrote that "all the big dollars" go to Republicans. Republicans may be wealthier than Democrats per capita, but if Nancy Pelosi, George Soros, John Kerry, George Clooney, Bruce Springsteen, the Kennedys, Obamas, etc. are poor, sign me up for that poverty!
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6 Walton Heirs own as much as the bottom 40% of Americans. 33 Billionaires have bought the GOPUX fetid swamp, human excrement and all. Why anyone not at least a multimillionaire votes Republiscum shows the triumph of propaganda over stupid. Under the Ryan plan Romney's taxes go from a 13.9% rate to a 0.82% rate with ZERO estate taxes so his nonworking brats get to be aristocrats. Small wonder billionaires support Romney, they stand to have ZERO taxes. Who will pay for the upkeep and expenses of the USA? The dwindling middle class who will get NO BENEFITS like Medicare (dead in 2016) and SS (dead even sooner) and TAX HIKES under Ryan/Romney/2012. Anyone who does not realize this is an idiot and does not deserve to be an American. Pack up you Republiscum. Find some other country that will let you infect it with your stupidity.
News flash! I'm not a Republican, nor do I plan on voting for Romney/Ryan, at least not until they make a much better case to do so. Tax cuts stimulate the economy and bring in more revenue -- but not in the absence of spending restraint. George W. Bush cut taxes, but shot up spending like a rocket -- and Romney basically advocates are return to Bushinomics. As far as Rep. Ryan is concerned, he claims to support government restraint, but he was a yes man for Bush and has a history of supporting GOP-sponsored big government programs like NCLB, airline bailout, steel imports, gutting the Freedom to Farm Act, Patriot Act, Medicare Part D, TARP, etc. If wasteful programs from Big brother are wrong, they are wrong no matter from which side of they originate.
Romney's problem is not that he has been financially successful, or that he has used legal means to lower his tax burden, or that he wants to let citizens keep more of the money that they earn. His problem is that he seems to have bought Dubya's vision that we can have capitalism without risks (if you haven't already, read "Decision Points" to see how out of it Bush is on fiscal matters).
Both parties are in a race to see who can take us off the fiscal cliff more quickly. So far, Obama and Co. are running faster but I do not plan on endorsing an irresponsible economic program just becasuse it's a bit less irresponsible than the other one. I'm not going to be suckerd in again by the well-our-guy's-not-as-bad-as-t he-other-guy argument again.
As far as your attempt to question the American citizenship of anyone who dares to hold a different fiscal view than yourself, how about practicing what you preach. If you are so stimulated by the socialistic dream, how about moving across the pond? You can probably get a flight to one of the PIIGS or other Eurozone countries before they sink in the sea of red ink. Although he's trying his darnedest, I don't know if President Obama (even if he is re-elected and regains majorities in Congress) will get us to your workers' paradise as fast as Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain.
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Lots of big words, and no pictures either.

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News flash! I'm not a Republican, nor do I plan on voting for Romney/Ryan, at least not until they make a much better case to do so. Tax cuts stimulate the economy and bring in more revenue -- but not in the absence of spending restraint. George W. Bush cut taxes, but shot up spending like a rocket -- and Romney basically advocates are return to Bushinomics. As far as Rep. Ryan is concerned, he claims to support government restraint, but he was a yes man for Bush and has a history of supporting GOP-sponsored big government programs like NCLB, airline bailout, steel imports, gutting the Freedom to Farm Act, Patriot Act, Medicare Part D, TARP, etc. If wasteful programs from Big brother are wrong, they are wrong no matter from which side of they originate.
Romney's problem is not that he has been financially successful, or that he has used legal means to lower his tax burden, or that he wants to let citizens keep more of the money that they earn. His problem is that he seems to have bought Dubya's vision that we can have capitalism without risks (if you haven't already, read "Decision Points" to see how out of it Bush is on fiscal matters).
Both parties are in a race to see who can take us off the fiscal cliff more quickly. So far, Obama and Co. are running faster but I do not plan on endorsing an irresponsible economic program just becasuse it's a bit less irresponsible than the other one. I'm not going to be suckerd in again by the well-our-guy's-not-as-bad-as-t he-other-guy argument again.
As far as your attempt to question the American citizenship of anyone who dares to hold a different fiscal view than yourself, how about practicing what you preach. If you are so stimulated by the socialistic dream, how about moving across the pond? You can probably get a flight to one of the PIIGS or other Eurozone countries before they sink in the sea of red ink. Although he's trying his darnedest, I don't know if President Obama (even if he is re-elected and regains majorities in Congress) will get us to your workers' paradise as fast as Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain.
There are no libertarians in disaster zones.
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6 Walton Heirs own as much as the bottom 40% of Americans.
33 Billionaires have bought the GOPUX fetid swamp, human excrement and all. Why anyone not at least a multimillionaire votes Republiscum shows the triumph of propaganda over stupid.
Under the Ryan plan Romney's taxes go from a 13.9% rate to a 0.82% rate with ZERO estate taxes so his nonworking brats get to be aristocrats.
Small wonder billionaires support Romney, they stand to have ZERO taxes. Who will pay for the upkeep and expenses of the USA? The dwindling middle class who will get NO BENEFITS like Medicare (dead in 2016) and SS (dead even sooner) and TAX HIKES under Ryan/Romney/2012.
Anyone who does not realize this is an idiot and does not deserve to be an American. Pack up you Republiscum. Find some other country that will let you infect it with your stupidity.
OS: I see that you're still peddling your worthless stale left wing BS. Your cheap class warfare rhetoric reeks with the putrid stench of Barack Hussein Obama, My advice to you is for you to go infect some other country with your attempts at legalized plunder. Keep your greedy hands out of the pockets of those who perform honest labor for a living.
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There are no libertarians in disaster zones.
Have you decided yet to which disaster zone you are going to? Portugal? Italy? Ireland? Greece?

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