Would you vote for Prez Obama for the...

Would you vote for Prez Obama for the next 4 years?

Created by pollster on Apr 11, 2011

11,747 votes

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Yes

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No way!!!

Not sure!!!

“To contract new debts...”

Level 6

Since: Apr 08

is not the way to pay old ones

#28843 Sep 30, 2012
get yours now, if you haven't had enough over the past 4 years...

http://obamamanure.com/
Hoosier Hillbilly

New Salisbury, IN

#28844 Sep 30, 2012
If voters want to avoid a painful replay of the fiscal failures of the much-derided Bush administration, their only choice in 2012 demands voting out Barack Obama and giving Mitt Romney a clean shot at real change. Contrary to Democratic propaganda (and conventional wisdom), itís the current incumbent much more than his Republican challenger who has remixed the toxic Bush cocktail of increased spending and declining revenue, promising a punishing hangover of looming national bankruptcy.
Ann Ediot

Arlington Heights, IL

#28845 Sep 30, 2012
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
If voters want to avoid a painful replay of the fiscal failures of the much-derided Bush administration, their only choice in 2012 demands voting out Barack Obama and giving Mitt Romney a clean shot at real change. Contrary to Democratic propaganda (and conventional wisdom), itís the current incumbent much more than his Republican challenger who has remixed the toxic Bush cocktail of increased spending and declining revenue, promising a punishing hangover of looming national bankruptcy.
"the current incumbent"???

Sheesh.

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#28846 Sep 30, 2012
With ppl like the Koch brothers and
Rupert Murcock using billions of dollars,
and the influence that that kind of money
buys, it is surprising we have an America
at all.

"Fair and balanced" news is something
from a bygone era.

Anyone who tells you that an election can
be bough but democracy can't is someone
who has not been paying attention to the
reality of our times.
Oh the irony

Arlington Heights, IL

#28847 Sep 30, 2012
arctic wrote:
With ppl like the Koch brothers and
Rupert Murcock using billions of dollars,
and the influence that that kind of money
buys, it is surprising we have an America
at all.
"Fair and balanced" news is something
from a bygone era.
Anyone who tells you that an election can
be bough but democracy can't is someone
who has not been paying attention to the
reality of our times.
It will be funny when, after hundreds of millions spent in an attempt to buy the election AND voter suppression, the republicans still lose because- of yeah- THEY RAN RMONEY.

What a waste!

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#28848 Sep 30, 2012
Oh the irony wrote:
<quoted text>It will be funny when, after hundreds of millions spent in an attempt to buy the election AND voter suppression, the republicans still lose because- of yeah- THEY RAN RMONEY.
What a waste!
Romney or no Romney something needs to be done about
the Koch brothers making 100 billion annually by less
than legal means then using that money to influence politics
on many different levels.

Trying to break unions, trying to re- segregate schools,
polluting the air and ground water w/ known carcinogenics.

And Murdock using fear tactics and flat out lies to scare
ppl into believing whatever HIS agenda is.
He knows what many ignorant ppl don't understand.
Something doesn't have to be true for ppl to believe in
it. These same ppl that believe in what Fox news spews
are ppl who were raised at a time when reporters WERE
reporters.

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#28849 Sep 30, 2012
And what really makes me cry is a new
trend in this country called medical tourism.

Ppl who can't pay $68,000 for a hip replacement
going to India, Barbados and even Mexico.

They are getting better health care than
here in the U.S. but at a fraction of the
costs.

That hip replacement in India costs 8,800
and that includes 7 days in the hospital, all
meds and nursing care and 7 days at a 5 star
resort w/outpatient therapy.

For all the negative comments about "Obamacare"
which in Mass is called "Romneycare" those same
ppl criticizing don't want to talk about the new
trend of Americans having to decide b/t walking
or keeping their homes.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Level 9

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#28850 Sep 30, 2012
Oh the irony wrote:
<quoted text>It will be funny when, after hundreds of millions spent in an attempt to buy the election AND voter suppression, the republicans still lose because- of yeah- THEY RAN RMONEY.
What a waste!
Yep, will be pretty funny if Obama is able to buy the election again, consider his record of failure :0)

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Level 9

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#28851 Sep 30, 2012
arctic wrote:
<quoted text>
Romney or no Romney something needs to be done about
the Koch brothers making 100 billion annually by less
than legal means then using that money to influence politics
on many different levels.
Trying to break unions, trying to re- segregate schools,
polluting the air and ground water w/ known carcinogenics.
And Murdock using fear tactics and flat out lies to scare
ppl into believing whatever HIS agenda is.
He knows what many ignorant ppl don't understand.
Something doesn't have to be true for ppl to believe in
it. These same ppl that believe in what Fox news spews
are ppl who were raised at a time when reporters WERE
reporters.
I've never watched Fox news, but I have seen what you mention on other news networks; those that allow people such as Ed Schulz and Rachael Madcow air time come to mind :0)
Oh the irony

Arlington Heights, IL

#28852 Sep 30, 2012
arctic wrote:
And what really makes me cry is a new
trend in this country called medical tourism.
Ppl who can't pay $68,000 for a hip replacement
going to India, Barbados and even Mexico.
They are getting better health care than
here in the U.S. but at a fraction of the
costs.
That hip replacement in India costs 8,800
and that includes 7 days in the hospital, all
meds and nursing care and 7 days at a 5 star
resort w/outpatient therapy.
For all the negative comments about "Obamacare"
which in Mass is called "Romneycare" those same
ppl criticizing don't want to talk about the new
trend of Americans having to decide b/t walking
or keeping their homes.
Amazing that some people want to keep that as the status quo AND state that *we have the best healthcare in the world". More irony is that 'Obamacare' was based on 'Romneycare' and the very same Romney vows to repeal it on his first day. But....replace it? He doesn't actually say....

“Reality”

Level 6

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#28853 Sep 30, 2012
arctic wrote:
And what really makes me cry is a new
trend in this country called medical tourism.
Ppl who can't pay $68,000 for a hip replacement
going to India, Barbados and even Mexico.
They are getting better health care than
here in the U.S. but at a fraction of the
costs.
That hip replacement in India costs 8,800
and that includes 7 days in the hospital, all
meds and nursing care and 7 days at a 5 star
resort w/outpatient therapy.
For all the negative comments about "Obamacare"
which in Mass is called "Romneycare" those same
ppl criticizing don't want to talk about the new
trend of Americans having to decide b/t walking
or keeping their homes.
Socialized Medicine has never worked!!!
(I need some medicine because this thread makes me nauseated)

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#28854 Sep 30, 2012
Ga missy wrote:
<quoted text>Socialized Medicine has never worked!!!
(I need some medicine because this thread makes me nauseated)
For whom?

Every other civilized country has it except us.

And Have had it. Nothing new.

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#28856 Sep 30, 2012
43,000 ppl die every day for lack
of health care in the United States.

Every other civilized country finds
this unacceptable.

As a matter of fact the only other
country that equal/surpasses that is
Africa.

Something is really Wrong with that picture.

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#28857 Sep 30, 2012
Ask anyone else in medicine.

You break your vows the day you start
working. You swear to do no harm, to
not refuse treatment to Anyone based on
race, religion, diagnosis or financial
status.

So the first day you work and the hospital
says : discharge this patient b/c his insurance
company says 3 days for COPD.
You knows he's too sick to go home but guess
what you do?
You discharge him.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Level 9

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#28858 Sep 30, 2012
Top Pix Nbr 1 Poster wrote:
<quoted text>You've not seen the news production of YOUR party but you've watched left leaning shows? Hard to fathom. Just another nonesense comment to build post count for the imaginary Topix posting victory.
If you have seen me ever post which party I belong to, you would have a point. Since I haven't, you don't :0)
Class Action Rosa

Opelousas, LA

#28860 Sep 30, 2012
Dr_Dirty wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep. Bush was too stupid to be fiscally effective and, well, Ohbummer and his cohorts are even stupider.
Only die-hard left-wing toadies who are unable to think for themselves would consider voting for Ohbummer again, which includes just about all liberals, sadly.
...hey...DD...I must be a liberal...but I don't make any excuses for it...

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Level 9

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#28861 Sep 30, 2012
Top Pix Nbr 1 Poster wrote:
<quoted text>Would I really need to? You ridiculous comments say it all.
:0)
Atta boy. If that excuse works for you, it works for me ;0)

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

Indianapolis, IN

#28862 Sep 30, 2012
Oh! Those evil Koch brothers... Reinvesting 90% of the profit back into their companies, creating all those awful jobs.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/danielfisher/2012...

The Koch brothers are grandsons of a Dutch immigrant who settled in tiny Quanah, Texas and saved up enough money as a printer and publisher to send his son, Fred, to M.I.T. in the 1920s. Armed with a degree in chemical engineering, Fred invented a more efficient process for refining oil and built a prosperous company that Charles took over in the 1960s. Charles is a devotee of the Austrian School of economists who believe free-market capitalism is the best method for allocating societyís resources and generating the productivity gains that make people richer.

Heís applied that philosophy to Koch since he took over his fatherís business, coining the phrase ďmarket-based managementĒ for a process in which he gives employees incentives to run their divisions like separate businesses, with a focus on return on investment.

Thereís no arguing with the results: By Kochís calculations, Koch Industries has grown more than 2,000-fold under Charles Kochís leadership, far outstripping the growth of the Standard & Poorís 500 Index.

Perhaps for that reason, the Koch brothers reinvest 90% of their profits back into the business. Thatís another surprising practice for men past retirement age, with family members who theoretically would like to get their hands on a billion-dollar-a-year dividend stream. The Kochs declined to comment for this article, but Kaplan said their dividend policy isnít completely irrational. Even at a 90% reinvestment rate, they can still probably pull a couple hundred million dollars a year out of the company.

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

Indianapolis, IN

#28863 Sep 30, 2012
The wonderful and lovable George Soros:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2003/nov/...

In Mr. Sorosí mind, the sovereignty of the United States must be subordinated to international law and international institutions, such as the United Nations and its International Criminal Court.

A world order based on the sovereignty of states, say Mr. Soros, cannot take care of our common human interests because the principle of sovereignty stands in the way.
Hoosier Hillbilly

New Salisbury, IN

#28864 Sep 30, 2012
In Mr. Sorosí mind,[[ therefore since Obama is his puttet]] the sovereignty of the United States must be subordinated to international law and international institutions, such as the United Nations and its International Criminal Court.

Read more: George Soros exposed - Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2003/nov/...
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PS: Your-on-it Clem.

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