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Clueless??? So you really think Romney would have been better?
He had the personallity of a rock...nobody knew what he stood for or against.
Did I tell you what he did while in Ohio?
Romney was certainly the lessor of two evils, in my view. I don't believe he could've done any worse than the current POTUS. It's all water under the bridge now. We'll just have to hope we can hang on until the next election, and hope we don't get another POTUS that will attempt to force us to line the pockets of corporations like Obama is doing.

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
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Clueless??? So you really think Romney would have been better?
He had the personallity of a rock...nobody knew what he stood for or against.
Did I tell you what he did while in Ohio?
It's not surprising that Romney is so delusional as to think he'd do better.

But, it's sad that he's so pathetic as to criticize the man who beat him so soundly. Can anyone think of other second place finishers (in presidential races, not best actress categories) who have been so catty?

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Romney was certainly the lessor of two evils, in my view. I don't believe he could've done any worse than the current POTUS. It's all water under the bridge now. We'll just have to hope we can hang on until the next election, and hope we don't get another POTUS that will attempt to force us to line the pockets of corporations like Obama is doing.
We see and hear things very different.

Yeah when Hillary or Biden gets in it will be better for you!! lol

Don't forget to vote..

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Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>It's not surprising that Romney is so delusional as to think he'd do better.
But, it's sad that he's so pathetic as to criticize the man who beat him so soundly. Can anyone think of other second place finishers (in presidential races, not best actress categories) who have been so catty?
Yeah McCain and he's still doing it..

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<quoted text> Yeah McCain and he's still doing it..
LOL! I forgot about that old batsard! Good point! He's even more bitter than Romney.

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So far we've got three republicans. Typical.

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Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>It's not surprising that Romney is so delusional as to think he'd do better.
But, it's sad that he's so pathetic as to criticize the man who beat him so soundly. Can anyone think of other second place finishers (in presidential races, not best actress categories) who have been so catty?
Al Gore.

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<quoted text>Palin? She might have won an Oscar for her portrayal of a presidential candidate too!
Obama is in the running for a Razzie for the 5th year in a row.

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We see and hear things very different.
Yeah when Hillary or Biden gets in it will be better for you!! lol
Don't forget to vote..
Prior to this past election, I wouldn't have give either one of those two a shot. But given the cluelessness of voters in the past election, I won't make that assumption again.
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Softheaded, imbecilic and clueless.
arrogant, ignorant, embarrassed and racist

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Prior to this past election, I wouldn't have give either one of those two a shot. But given the cluelessness of voters in the past election, I won't make that assumption again.
The majority is a clueless nation I guess..

From whats being said Hillary won't even have to break a sweat to win in 2016...:)

You go girl!!!!!!!!!!

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Rand Paul:

What do you think about his almost 13 hr Filibuster?

Ok...Ladies first...:)

I give him kudos for sticking it out. I think it's a subject thats needs to be talked about.( Drones in case you don't know) but......Alot of what he said was fantasy, what if's and with no real fact based substance. I think more a political move because he's running for President in 2016.

Do I think we need checks and balances with the drone program....yes! Do I think one person should make that call...no!!

You won't hear me say this often either but My cowgirl hat is off to McCain and Graham for bringing Rand Paul back to reality..because even though we need to have this discussion, he went alittle overboard.

How do you feel about it??

Curious minds would like to know..:)

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
Rand Paul:
What do you think about his almost 13 hr Filibuster?
Ok...Ladies first...:)
I give him kudos for sticking it out. I think it's a subject thats needs to be talked about.( Drones in case you don't know) but......Alot of what he said was fantasy, what if's and with no real fact based substance. I think more a political move because he's running for President in 2016.
Do I think we need checks and balances with the drone program....yes! Do I think one person should make that call...no!!
You won't hear me say this often either but My cowgirl hat is off to McCain and Graham for bringing Rand Paul back to reality..because even though we need to have this discussion, he went alittle overboard.
How do you feel about it??
Curious minds would like to know..:)
Ha! McCain and Graham are just messing with him because he's a teabagger. The GOP seems to want to distance itself from the teabaggers. It's like people who think they want a pitbull but get it from a disreputable breeder and are *surprised* when they can't control it.

Lindsay Graham is like a live-action Denny Crain. That's not a compliment to either gentleman.

As far as drone strikes on American citizens anywhere in the world, IDK if that's ever gonna happen. I guess there has been one where some traitor was in the wrong place at the right time when we went after a more serious terrorist. Well, too bad for that dude. I think Rand Paul and others like him are fearful that their own anti-American activities might bring about drone attacks. Why? When they are here, they are easily subject to arrest should they break the law. They can also chose to NOT be anti-American.

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<quoted text>Ha! McCain and Graham are just messing with him because he's a teabagger. The GOP seems to want to distance itself from the teabaggers. It's like people who think they want a pitbull but get it from a disreputable breeder and are *surprised* when they can't control it.
Lindsay Graham is like a live-action Denny Crain. That's not a compliment to either gentleman.
As far as drone strikes on American citizens anywhere in the world, IDK if that's ever gonna happen. I guess there has been one where some traitor was in the wrong place at the right time when we went after a more serious terrorist. Well, too bad for that dude. I think Rand Paul and others like him are fearful that their own anti-American activities might bring about drone attacks. Why? When they are here, they are easily subject to arrest should they break the law. They can also chose to NOT be anti-American.
Did you listen to any of that. Talking about Alice in Wonderland. Drone attacks on Jane Fonda or anyone disagreeing with Obama.. It was alittle paraniod.

It was told this morning that he already had an answer to his question from the White House and this was all for show.. idk...

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Hebetudinous, lethargic, sluggish, stuporous, torpid and homophile

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> The majority is a clueless nation I guess..
From whats being said Hillary won't even have to break a sweat to win in 2016...:)
You go girl!!!!!!!!!!
Like I said, given the results of this past election, nothing will surprise me anymore.

However, Hiliary's policies are pretty much identical to Obama's. She tried pushing through her own version of Obamacare when she was Vice President - oops, I mean First lady :0).

I think once Obamacare has gone into full effect and drives unemployment even higher than what it already has, many of those "clueless" are going to grow weary of being told that they have to hand over their money to corporations, even though they are earning less.

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> Did you listen to any of that. Talking about Alice in Wonderland. Drone attacks on Jane Fonda or anyone disagreeing with Obama.. It was alittle paraniod.
It was told this morning that he already had an answer to his question from the White House and this was all for show.. idk...
Yep, he was show boating. He wants to be taken seriously in
'16 and he needs all the attention/help he can get. He'll need it!

Jane Fonda was a kid! She was a dumb, rich kid who obviously didn't think through what she was doing. How seriously can we take Dennis Rodman visiting an 'enemy'?

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65007noogard wrote:
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Like I said, given the results of this past election, nothing will surprise me anymore.
However, Hiliary's policies are pretty much identical to Obama's. She tried pushing through her own version of Obamacare when she was Vice President - oops, I mean First lady :0).
I think once Obamacare has gone into full effect and drives unemployment even higher than what it already has, many of those "clueless" are going to grow weary of being told that they have to hand over their money to corporations, even though they are earning less.
Did you hear all the good news this morning?
Employment up
Unemployment is down
Housing market is up along with retail, manufacturing, medical etc. The only thing down was government...

Slow and steady recovery...

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Did you hear all the good news this morning?
Employment up
Unemployment is down
Housing market is up along with retail, manufacturing, medical etc. The only thing down was government...
Slow and steady recovery...
From today's Huffington Post:

..."And the unemployment rate fell in large part because the labor force shrank by 130,000 workers. Labor-force participation has never recovered from the recession, suggesting either that large numbers of workers have retired early -- or have simply given up trying to find jobs. Frustratingly, long-term unemployment rose, notes the Huffington Post's Arthur Delaney."

In other words, no REAL drop in the unemployment rate.

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LOL! I bet Beckie Noorgard LOVES the Huffington Post on a daily basis!

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