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Logic

United States

#1495 Sep 20, 2012
Romney and Ryan are like Pinky and the Brain. One is stupid and the other is insane
Teddy R

Houston, TX

#1496 Sep 20, 2012
Logic wrote:
Romney and Ryan are like Pinky and the Brain. One is stupid and the other is insane
Nearly right.

Pinky = Biden
The Brain = Obama
Logic

United States

#1497 Sep 24, 2012
Only a racist such as yourself would think that way.

Romney and Ryan suck big time and you know this.

Stop letting your racist mind tell you otherwise

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#1498 Sep 24, 2012
Logic wrote:
Only a racist such as yourself would think that way.
Romney and Ryan suck big time and you know this.
Stop letting your racist mind tell you otherwise
LOL
Logic

United States

#1499 Sep 25, 2012
Guinness Drinker wrote:
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LOL
Been drinking? Again

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#1500 Sep 26, 2012
Logic wrote:
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Been drinking? Again
you ? or are we having issues with typo's again ?
America Remembers Bush

Lindenhurst, NY

#1501 Sep 26, 2012
A ReaL American wrote:
"The Obama Bush"
Airplanes crashed into the the twin towers on Bush's watch killing 3,000.
Obama did it.
The levees broke on 8/29(katrina) killing an unknown amount of people.
Obama did it.
The war in Iraq started by Bush lies and close to 5,0000 Americans are dead.
Obama did it.
Bush gave his blessings for fat cat ceo's, and cfo's to run wild and causing unemployment to rise.
Obama did it.
The meltdown on Wall Street and the high amounts of taxpayer's money used for bailout under Bush's watch which is screwimg the country up.
Obama did it.
Everything that Bush did and got this country messed up.
Obama did it.
An Ode to Bush.
Bush singlehandedly did more damage to this country than any one.
Logic

United States

#1502 Sep 26, 2012
America Remembers Bush wrote:
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Bush singlehandedly did more damage to this country than any one.
Exactly.
Just Saying

Garden City, NY

#1503 Sep 26, 2012
America Remembers Bush wrote:
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Bush singlehandedly did more damage to this country than any one.
Where have you been the past 4 years?

Tell that to the families of our ambassador to Libya, and the other Americans murdered there on 9/11/12.
Teddy R

Houston, TX

#1504 Sep 27, 2012
The Obama train wreck continues:

1) Q2 GDP just revised down to 1.3 percent on an annualized basis - economists expected the number to be unchanged at 1.7 percent.

http://www.businessinsider.com/final-q3-gdp-2...

New orders for U.S. manufactured durable goods in August fell by the most in 3-1/2 years, pointing to a sharp slowdown in factory activity. New orders fell 13.2 percent, the largest drop since the recession in January 2009. Orders for July were also revised dowwards to show a 3.3 percent increase instead of the previously reported 4.1 percent gain.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/27/us-...

Santelli tells it like it is:
"Depressingly weak."

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/santelli-...

And what is it costing us to keep the Obamas golfing and campaigning and partying with JayZ and Beyonce while he bitches about Romney's wealth and taxes and the economy melts down around us?$1.4 BILLION!

http://dailycaller.com/2012/09/26/taxpayers-s...

The whole British Royal family only costs them $58 million annually.

Four more years of this?? YOU MUST BE INSANE!

Like this Rhodes Scholar of an Obama voter:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Logic

United States

#1505 Sep 30, 2012
Still a racist
Logic

United States

#1506 Oct 2, 2012
Romney sucks!

Re-elect President Obama!

Right Power!
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#1508 Oct 3, 2012
On Friday, Judge Carol Jackson, a George H.W. Bush appointee to a federal court in Missouri, rejected a Catholic business owner’s challenge to the Obama Administration’s rules requiring employer health plans to cover birth control. Like the many copycat lawsuits asserting similar legal claims, the plaintiffs in this suit argued that the birth control rules substantially burden their faith by requiring them to pay for employee health benefits which might then in turn be used to pay for birth control. As Judge Jackson’s opinions explains, however, this argument proves too much:

The burden of which plaintiffs complain is that funds, which plaintiffs will contribute to a group health plan, might, after a series of independent decisions by health care providers and patients covered by [an employer's health] plan, subsidize someone else’s participation in an activity that is condemned by plaintiffs’ religion....[Federal religious freedom law] is a shield, not a sword. It protects individuals from substantial burdens on religious exercise that occur when the government coerces action one’s religion forbids, or forbids action one’s religion requires; it is not a means to force one’s religious practices upon others.[It] does not protect against the slight burden on religious exercise that arises when one’s money circuitously flows to support the conduct of other free-exercise-wielding individuals who hold religious beliefs that differ from one’s own....

[T]he health care plan will offend plaintiffs’ religious beliefs only if an [] employee (or covered family member) makes an independent decision to use the plan to cover counseling related to or the purchase of contraceptives. Already,[plaintiffs] pay salaries to their employees—money the employees may use to purchase contraceptives or to contribute to a religious organization. By comparison, the contribution to a health care plan has no more than a de minimus impact on the plaintiff’s religious beliefs than paying salaries and other benefits to employees.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#1509 Oct 17, 2012
An Ode to Bush

The Romney campaign has been hard at work attempting to blame President Obama for the terrorist attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Lead foreign policy adviser Rich Williamson claimed the attack wouldn’t have happened in a Romney administration and Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan chalked it up to the “broader problem” of the current administration “projecting weakness.”

But at least one prominent Republican would object to the GOP’s efforts to politicize terrorism and his name is Gov. Mitt Romney.

During a 2004 National Press Club luncheon, Romney was asked to address the 9/11 Commission’s finding of serious intelligence failures on the part of the US government in the run-up to the attacks. He responded that it is easy, but ultimately not particularly helpful, to blame different parts of the government for the attack:

It’s very easy, it is extraordinarily easy to point fingers and say,‘Why, this part of government knew this and it didn’t tell that part.’ And,‘These people here haven’t learned that.’ Well, the reason those barriers exist is for legitimate purpose in a world that was pre-September 11th. And judging our intelligence by post- September 11th conditions is something we have to do carefully. We do that to help us get better, and to the extent we find criticism in the kind of work that I’ve had to do and others are doing, it should be focused on how we can make ourselves more effective in the post-9/11 world. But trying to judge what happened pre-9/11 by post-9/11 knowledge is probably not terribly fruitful.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#1510 Oct 24, 2012
He does not speak on the stump or appear in television ads. Campaign audiences rarely hear his name.

But aside from President Obama and Mitt Romney, no one has shaped the 2012 election more than George W. Bush — on the economy and on the foreign policy issues in the spotlight during the final presidential debate on Monday.

For Mr. Romney, the battered reputation of Mr. Bush represents a burden to minimize in a tight race for the White House. The two have not appeared together this year.

When an audience member asked about Mr. Bush in the debate last week, Mr. Romney separated himself from what he characterized as Mr. Bush’s shortcomings on the budget deficit and on trade with China.

For Mr. Obama, Mr. Bush’s economic record offers a shield against voters’ wrath over high unemployment and slow growth; majorities in polls describe the nation’s economic woes as something the incumbent inherited rather than caused.

Mr. Obama benefits, too, from Americans’ weariness with the long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, which Mr. Bush initiated. By winding them down — and by succeeding where Mr. Bush failed in hunting down Osama bin Laden — Mr. Obama has lately won higher marks from voters on foreign policy than on his job performance over all.
Just Saying

Garden City, NY

#1511 Oct 24, 2012
Since Obama took office:

Our deficit jumped from $10 trillion to $16 trillion;

Food stamp recipients increased from 32 million to 49 million;

Despite Obama's promise to reduce unemployement to 5% in his first term, it's still almost 8%;

The price of gas has doubled under his administration;

He wasted billions of dollars on failed green energy projects, and the stimulus;

He failed to negotiate a status of forces agreement with Iraq, which is experiencing numerous terrorist attacks since our troops were withdrawn, which are threatening that fledging democracy;

His administration's inaction directly led to the deaths of Ambassador Stevens and 3 other Americans in Libya on 9/11/12, and the resultant cover up is worse than Watergate (because no one died there);

Operation Fast and Furious directly resulted in the murders of an American Border Patrol agent, and hundreds of Mexicans, and is also being covered up by the Obama Administration;

The Arab Spring has turned into the Arab Winter;

The world has lost respect for the U.S.;

300 retired generals and admirals are supporting Mitt Romney because they believe he will do what is necessary to put America back on the right track.

So why would anyone want to give a failed President a second term that he didn't earn?
Maude

Lynbrook, NY

#1512 Oct 24, 2012
Logic wrote:
Romney sucks!
Re-elect President Obama!
Right Power!
Re- elect President OBAMA?? Right Power?? This president is not only a Muslum but a left leaning Commie. If OBAMA wins the election Americas way of life as we know it will forever be changed for the worst. God only knows what he meant when he told PUTEN to wait till after the election.
Logic

United States

#1514 Oct 28, 2012
Wrong.

Anyone who is not in Romney's innercircle will get screwed. Including you. Don't fool yourself with foolish pride.

If Romney is elected, he will make Madoff look like chicken change.
Katrina bush

United States

#1515 Oct 28, 2012
Remember in a crisis the republicans sell you out.
Teddy R

Houston, TX

#1516 Oct 29, 2012
Katrina bush wrote:
Remember in a crisis the republicans sell you out.
As opposed to the Democrats, who sell us out 24/7/365, I suppose ...

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