Time nominates Sandra Fluke for 'Pers...

Time nominates Sandra Fluke for 'Person of the Year'

There are 42 comments on the KKTX Corpus Christi story from Nov 27, 2012, titled Time nominates Sandra Fluke for 'Person of the Year'. In it, KKTX Corpus Christi reports that:

Sandra Fluke - the recently graduated 31-year-old Georgetown law student who rose to prominence this year after she advocated for free-birth control before Congress and radio host Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut" - is now one of 40 nominations for Time Magazine's annual honor.

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proudtobeamerica n

New York, NY

#24 Nov 28, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>You're wrong. She's sending the entire bill to you. And she accepts food stamps.
If she sends the bill to me I'll bag her face and bang her. If I am going to pay for her sex supplies she should be available to work off my charity. Liberal women have no pride. Getting laid is some imaginary constitutional right they expect others to pay for. You do have the right to pursue your happiness and if that means getting laid 24/7 go for it. Just don't expect responsible adults to subsidize your right to be porked.
Canon

Texarkana, TX

#25 Nov 28, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Your life can never be good.
The outcome of the election determined that for us all.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#27 Nov 28, 2012
With the exception New Mexico, the ten poorest (HIGHEST WELFARE) states all voted for Romney. So much for out of touch Mitten's nitwit theory about losing due to "gifts from Obama."
1. Mississippi
2. West Virginia
3. Arkansas
4. Kentucky
5. Alabama
6. Tennessee
7. Louisiana
8. New Mexico (Blue)
9. South Carolina
10. Oklahoma
Not only was Obama strong in states with the highest percentage of college graduates, he was also strong in states with the highest average household incomes. For example, the five states with the HIGHEST average household incomes (which, not coincidentally, were also among the states with the highest percentage of college graduates).
Maryland $67,469
New Hampshire $67,287
Connecticut $67,165
New Jersey $65,072
Massachusetts $62,809
Virginia $62,776
The dumber the state the more likely they are a red state. On the other hand, Obama won Florida which has only 23% college graduates.
"According to a state-by-state breakdown by the Census Bureau, here are the top 15 states with the best college completion rates as of 2010. All of them have at least 43 percent of its young residents holding a college degree, but only two states have over 50 percent. D.C., which was included in the study, beat out all of the states with an impressive 68.8 percent.
Blue - Massachusetts 54.3% of the population
Red - North Dakota 50.8% of the population
Blue - Minnesota 49.8% of the population
Blue - New York 49.6% of the population 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Jersey 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Hampshire 46.0% of the population
Blue - Connecticut 45.9% of the population
Blue - Iowa 45.5% of the population
Blue - Maryland 45.5% of the population
Blue- llinois 45.3% of the population
Blue - Virginia 44.6% of the population
Blue - Vermont 44.5% of the population
Red - Nebraska 44.2% of the population
Blue - Pennsylvania 43.9% of the population"
So out of the fifteen states with the highest percentages of college graduates, twelve voted for Obama. And as for the nonsense some have proposed about liberalism being "cyclical", republicans have gotten the majority of the white vote in every presidential race since 1964.
OH NO YOU Did not

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#30 Nov 28, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
With the exception New Mexico, the ten poorest (HIGHEST WELFARE) states all voted for Romney. So much for out of touch Mitten's nitwit theory about losing due to "gifts from Obama."
1. Mississippi
2. West Virginia
3. Arkansas
4. Kentucky
5. Alabama
6. Tennessee
7. Louisiana
8. New Mexico (Blue)
9. South Carolina
10. Oklahoma
Not only was Obama strong in states with the highest percentage of college graduates, he was also strong in states with the highest average household incomes. For example, the five states with the HIGHEST average household incomes (which, not coincidentally, were also among the states with the highest percentage of college graduates).
Maryland $67,469
New Hampshire $67,287
Connecticut $67,165
New Jersey $65,072
Massachusetts $62,809
Virginia $62,776
The dumber the state the more likely they are a red state. On the other hand, Obama won Florida which has only 23% college graduates.
"According to a state-by-state breakdown by the Census Bureau, here are the top 15 states with the best college completion rates as of 2010. All of them have at least 43 percent of its young residents holding a college degree, but only two states have over 50 percent. D.C., which was included in the study, beat out all of the states with an impressive 68.8 percent.
Blue - Massachusetts 54.3% of the population
Red - North Dakota 50.8% of the population
Blue - Minnesota 49.8% of the population
Blue - New York 49.6% of the population 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Jersey 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Hampshire 46.0% of the population
Blue - Connecticut 45.9% of the population
Blue - Iowa 45.5% of the population
Blue - Maryland 45.5% of the population
Blue- llinois 45.3% of the population
Blue - Virginia 44.6% of the population
Blue - Vermont 44.5% of the population
Red - Nebraska 44.2% of the population
Blue - Pennsylvania 43.9% of the population"
So out of the fifteen states with the highest percentages of college graduates, twelve voted for Obama. And as for the nonsense some have proposed about liberalism being "cyclical", republicans have gotten the majority of the white vote in every presidential race since 1964.
Very interesting post informing the hate-filled liberals that they are wrong once again.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#32 Nov 28, 2012
proudtobeamerica n wrote:
<quoted text>
If she sends the bill to me I'll bag her face and bang her. If I am going to pay for her sex supplies she should be available to work off my charity. Liberal women have no pride. Getting laid is some imaginary constitutional right they expect others to pay for. You do have the right to pursue your happiness and if that means getting laid 24/7 go for it. Just don't expect responsible adults to subsidize your right to be porked.
You're pretty far gone there, paper patriot. You do realize that you and a few other crazies are in the tiniest minority of cave dwellers. But keep flapping your tongue, so the rest of us can tell when we're getting too close.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#33 Nov 28, 2012
Canon wrote:
<quoted text>
The outcome of the election determined that for us all.
My life is fine. Yours is a pre-existing condition.
Far Away

Anchorage, AK

#34 Nov 28, 2012
Maybe Time should look elsewhere for a "Person of the Year", perhaps to Pakistan and think about Malala Yousafzai for the title. I think they'd retain a modicum of credibility with a selection like that, instead of Fluke.

“Voters elect Big Bird”

Since: Jan 07

Dump American Eagle

#36 Nov 28, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>A "slot"? You mean like the one in your pooper? What's your usual fee?
So much for trying to folow topix terms of use..... Why the obcession with my pooper? Is that you're usual come on line? Sorry,not my type. I like girls.... It seems the only difference between Fluke and a lot of liberal political prostitutes on here is that we now KNOW Ms. Flukes price.....

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#37 Nov 28, 2012
okimar wrote:
<quoted text>So much for trying to folow topix terms of use..... Why the obcession with my pooper? Is that you're usual come on line? Sorry,not my type. I like girls.... It seems the only difference between Fluke and a lot of liberal political prostitutes on here is that we now KNOW Ms. Flukes price.....
The way you smear Sandra Fluke makes me wonder if you really do like girls. One thing that is not in question is that you are a jerk.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#38 Nov 28, 2012
OH NO YOU Did not wrote:
<quoted text>
Or is that a "3 bagger"? lol
No, it's a "tea bagger", bumpkin. Can't you tell by the crudeness and the misogyny?
proudtobeamerica n

New York, NY

#39 Nov 28, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>You're pretty far gone there, paper patriot. You do realize that you and a few other crazies are in the tiniest minority of cave dwellers. But keep flapping your tongue, so the rest of us can tell when we're getting too close.
Nothing is free. If a slut wants to screw without consequence she needs to be responsible and pay for her own lube and birth control. She is entitled to nothing. A few less trips to the campus pub each month should enable this pig to pay for her own birth control. Has this pig no shame? She can't spring for the $9.00-$40.00 a month for birth control? Give up the I-phone tramp. Cancel your cable. Figure out your priorities. Don't ask a Catholic University to pay for your pills. They never will. Have a little pride. Stop begging for other people to subsidize your lifestyle. I love these tramps-they claim that no one can tell them what to do with their bodies and then they have fits when people don't want to pay for their contraceptives. That's crazy!!!
OH NO YOU Did not

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#40 Nov 28, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>No, it's a "tea bagger", bumpkin. Can't you tell by the crudeness and the misogyny?
You mean by the liberals are "baggers" as they are so crude and misogynistic in their approach as can be seen by their posts?
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#41 Nov 29, 2012
OH NO YOU Did not wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean by the liberals are "baggers" as they are so crude and misogynistic in their approach as can be seen by their posts?
Being fed-up with anti-intellectual assholes is not the definition of misogynism.

The ONLY ethnic group where Romney lead was white men. "Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls. Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008. By contrast, John Kerry only managed to get about 53% of the Latino vote in 2004 when he lost in his bid to unseat President George W. Bush, according to publicly available exit polls. In Colorado, he captured three-quarters of Hispanic voters, up from 61 percent in 2008. He also improved his Hispanic performance in Florida, a result that included dominance of the heavily Puerto Rican swing precincts around Orlando and the election of a Cuban American Democrat to Congress, symbolizing the end of the GOP’s decades-long lock on that community. In 2012, the share of the Latino vote rose to a record high 10%, a number that’s doubled in the past 16 years. President Obama won about 8.4 million Latino votes, using a rough calculation based on exit-poll data. Romney captured no more than 3.44 million votes. In Iowa and New Hampshire, states without big minority populations, Obama won by gaining the support of nearly six in 10 women. Obama won 71% of the Asian-American vote. From the exit polls, President Obama’s support from men slipped a few points from 49% four years ago, but women supported the president over Romney by 55% to 44%."
OH NO YOU Did not

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#42 Nov 29, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
<quoted text>
Being fed-up with anti-intellectual assholes is not the definition of misogynism.
The ONLY ethnic group where Romney lead was white men. "Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls. Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008. By contrast, John Kerry only managed to get about 53% of the Latino vote in 2004 when he lost in his bid to unseat President George W. Bush, according to publicly available exit polls. In Colorado, he captured three-quarters of Hispanic voters, up from 61 percent in 2008. He also improved his Hispanic performance in Florida, a result that included dominance of the heavily Puerto Rican swing precincts around Orlando and the election of a Cuban American Democrat to Congress, symbolizing the end of the GOP’s decades-long lock on that community. In 2012, the share of the Latino vote rose to a record high 10%, a number that’s doubled in the past 16 years. President Obama won about 8.4 million Latino votes, using a rough calculation based on exit-poll data. Romney captured no more than 3.44 million votes. In Iowa and New Hampshire, states without big minority populations, Obama won by gaining the support of nearly six in 10 women. Obama won 71% of the Asian-American vote. From the exit polls, President Obama’s support from men slipped a few points from 49% four years ago, but women supported the president over Romney by 55% to 44%."
OK, so you do mean the liberals are "baggers" as they are so crude and misogynistic in their approach as can be seen by these posts?
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#43 Nov 29, 2012
OH NO YOU Did not wrote:
<quoted text>
OK, so you do mean the liberals are "baggers" as they are so crude and misogynistic in their approach as can be seen by these posts?
I'll go over this one more time for people who still don't get it.

With the exception New Mexico, the ten poorest (HIGHEST WELFARE) states all voted for Romney. So much for out of touch Mitten's nitwit theory about losing due to "gifts from Obama."
1. Mississippi
2. West Virginia
3. Arkansas
4. Kentucky
5. Alabama
6. Tennessee
7. Louisiana
8. New Mexico (Blue)
9. South Carolina
10. Oklahoma


Not only was Obama strong in states with the highest percentage of college graduates, he was also strong in states with the highest average household incomes. For example, the five states with the HIGHEST average household incomes (which, not coincidentally, were also among the states with the highest percentage of college graduates).
Maryland $67,469
New Hampshire $67,287
Connecticut $67,165
New Jersey $65,072
Massachusetts $62,809
Virginia $62,776



The dumber the state the more likely they are a red state. On the other hand, Obama won Florida which has only 23% college graduates.
"According to a state-by-state breakdown by the Census Bureau, here are the top 15 states with the best college completion rates as of 2010. All of them have at least 43 percent of its young residents holding a college degree, but only two states have over 50 percent. D.C., which was included in the study, beat out all of the states with an impressive 68.8 percent.
Blue - Massachusetts 54.3% of the population
Red - North Dakota 50.8% of the population
Blue - Minnesota 49.8% of the population
Blue - New York 49.6% of the population 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Jersey 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Hampshire 46.0% of the population
Blue - Connecticut 45.9% of the population
Blue - Iowa 45.5% of the population
Blue - Maryland 45.5% of the population
Blue- llinois 45.3% of the population
Blue - Virginia 44.6% of the population
Blue - Vermont 44.5% of the population
Red - Nebraska 44.2% of the population
Blue - Pennsylvania 43.9% of the population"
So out of the fifteen states with the highest percentages of college graduates, twelve voted for Obama. And as for the nonsense some have proposed about liberalism being "cyclical", republicans have gotten the majority of the white vote in every presidential race since 1964.
Far Away

Anchorage, AK

#45 Nov 29, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll go over this one more time for people who still don't get it.
With the exception New Mexico, the ten poorest (HIGHEST WELFARE) states all voted for Romney. So much for out of touch Mitten's nitwit theory about losing due to "gifts from Obama."
1. Mississippi
2. West Virginia
3. Arkansas
4. Kentucky
5. Alabama
6. Tennessee
7. Louisiana
8. New Mexico (Blue)
9. South Carolina
10. Oklahoma
Not only was Obama strong in states with the highest percentage of college graduates, he was also strong in states with the highest average household incomes. For example, the five states with the HIGHEST average household incomes (which, not coincidentally, were also among the states with the highest percentage of college graduates).
Maryland $67,469
New Hampshire $67,287
Connecticut $67,165
New Jersey $65,072
Massachusetts $62,809
Virginia $62,776
The dumber the state the more likely they are a red state. On the other hand, Obama won Florida which has only 23% college graduates.
"According to a state-by-state breakdown by the Census Bureau, here are the top 15 states with the best college completion rates as of 2010. All of them have at least 43 percent of its young residents holding a college degree, but only two states have over 50 percent. D.C., which was included in the study, beat out all of the states with an impressive 68.8 percent.
Blue - Massachusetts 54.3% of the population
Red - North Dakota 50.8% of the population
Blue - Minnesota 49.8% of the population
Blue - New York 49.6% of the population 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Jersey 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Hampshire 46.0% of the population
Blue - Connecticut 45.9% of the population
Blue - Iowa 45.5% of the population
Blue - Maryland 45.5% of the population
Blue- llinois 45.3% of the population
Blue - Virginia 44.6% of the population
Blue - Vermont 44.5% of the population
Red - Nebraska 44.2% of the population
Blue - Pennsylvania 43.9% of the population"
So out of the fifteen states with the highest percentages of college graduates, twelve voted for Obama. And as for the nonsense some have proposed about liberalism being "cyclical", republicans have gotten the majority of the white vote in every presidential race since 1964.
... don't know where your information came from, but this looks more like it.

http://www.statemaster.com/graph/eco_wel_cas_...

Øbama's won states with the highest numbers of welfare recipients, 15 of the top 25, with the largest being California--California whose population is about 11% of the U.S. total, but which consumes 33% of all welfare, and with the largest number of electoral votes.
OH NO YOU Did not

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#46 Nov 29, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll go over this one more time for people who still don't get it.
With the exception New Mexico, the ten poorest (HIGHEST WELFARE) states all voted for Romney. So much for out of touch Mitten's nitwit theory about losing due to "gifts from Obama."
1. Mississippi
2. West Virginia
3. Arkansas
4. Kentucky
5. Alabama
6. Tennessee
7. Louisiana
8. New Mexico (Blue)
9. South Carolina
10. Oklahoma
Not only was Obama strong in states with the highest percentage of college graduates, he was also strong in states with the highest average household incomes. For example, the five states with the HIGHEST average household incomes (which, not coincidentally, were also among the states with the highest percentage of college graduates).
Maryland $67,469
New Hampshire $67,287
Connecticut $67,165
New Jersey $65,072
Massachusetts $62,809
Virginia $62,776
The dumber the state the more likely they are a red state. On the other hand, Obama won Florida which has only 23% college graduates.
"According to a state-by-state breakdown by the Census Bureau, here are the top 15 states with the best college completion rates as of 2010. All of them have at least 43 percent of its young residents holding a college degree, but only two states have over 50 percent. D.C., which was included in the study, beat out all of the states with an impressive 68.8 percent.
Blue - Massachusetts 54.3% of the population
Red - North Dakota 50.8% of the population
Blue - Minnesota 49.8% of the population
Blue - New York 49.6% of the population 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Jersey 47.2% of the population
Blue - New Hampshire 46.0% of the population
Blue - Connecticut 45.9% of the population
Blue - Iowa 45.5% of the population
Blue - Maryland 45.5% of the population
Blue- llinois 45.3% of the population
Blue - Virginia 44.6% of the population
Blue - Vermont 44.5% of the population
Red - Nebraska 44.2% of the population
Blue - Pennsylvania 43.9% of the population"
So out of the fifteen states with the highest percentages of college graduates, twelve voted for Obama. And as for the nonsense some have proposed about liberalism being "cyclical", republicans have gotten the majority of the white vote in every presidential race since 1964.
OK, so you do mean the liberals are "baggers" as they are so crude and misogynistic in their approach like in this post? Do you have to continually show your hate and nastiness for people that disagree with you?
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#48 Dec 7, 2012
Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#49 Dec 7, 2012
OH NO YOU Did not wrote:
<quoted text>
OK, so you do mean the liberals are "baggers" as they are so crude and misogynistic in their approach like in this post? Do you have to continually show your hate and nastiness for people that disagree with you?
Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008.

Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls.
OH NO YOU Did not

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#50 Dec 8, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008.
Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls.
Provide your proof with links and verbiage if you have it.

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