UIdiotRacesMAkeW orldPeace

United States

#154381 Nov 13, 2012
okb2 wrote:
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Nah, less than half the populaton. And even worse, with all the odds stacked in your favor you could not even take 3 - 4 seatd in the Senate.
10 Republican seats up for election.
23 Democrat seats up for election.
10 vacant seats up, 3 had been Republican, 10 had been Democrat.
And what did the Republicans do? They lost a seat.
Do you see the irony of all those on the right laughin and rejoicing for November 7 to come around so the Democrats would know they lost. And then all the whining and crying would begin?
Well sure enough, it began. Just not in the intended way.
Why not third party takeover that really represent our Americans., as the bipartisan -Shop-of-Horror is corrupted and had failed America????

Since: Jul 12

Capitol Heights, MD

#154382 Nov 13, 2012
HipGnosis wrote:
<quoted text>Then why did so many Tea Party freshmen get their pink slips? You need to tweak your story to account for that.
I think you're interpreting the results wrong, is what I think. America is tired of extremism leading to gridlock, plain and simple. That's not my interpretation, that's the result of extensive polling across all party lines, as well as election results. What really happened? Pretty much the same makeup as before. Think of it - billions spent by outside groups to influence the election, and the breakdown ends up pretty much the same, with a major exception. Those perceived as extremist/ obstructionist were shown the door. This is pure numbers, bob. Show me where I'm wrong. No matter what spin the opposition threw, fueled by billions spent in the process, America just wasn't buying the "socialist" doom and gloom this time around.
Mitch McConnell set two top goals for the 2012 election: a Republican takeover of the Senate and the defeat of President Obama. He achieved neither, and in fact lost two seats. He himself isn't up for re-election until '14. It will be interesting to watch his manner over the next 2 years, to see what lesson he perceives from these election results.
The Republican message lost big time across the whole spectrum of Republicanism. They last in the House, Senate and the Presidency. TEA Party candidates lost and establishment Republicans lost. They just plain lost.

McConnell and Boehner may be the biggest losers of all. If Boehner can't get cooperation in the House he may be gone as Speaker. Speaker Cantor will really screw this nation.

Since: Jul 12

Capitol Heights, MD

#154383 Nov 13, 2012
bad bob wrote:
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Competent??
Well just off the top of me skull we have in Obama I, a grossly expensive UHC law that few wanted, but forced on us anyway. We have a nuclear Iran threat pending. We have an unresolved Fast & Furious scandal, and the Benghazi tragedy unexplained. We have the top CIA chief caught with his pants down, PRIOR to the election, but undisclosed until AFTER the election.
Laurel & Hardy were more competent.
You should stop and think about which way you want to play this. Either Obama is incompetent and the Republicans lost because they are even more incompetent OR Obama is not incompetent and the Republicans are marginally so.

Any way you look at it, the Republicans come in last when it comes to intelligence, competence, ability to manage an election,......

BTW: He did the RIGHT thing accepting the CIA chiefs resignation. Now we can find out if he appoints the right guy/gal to fill his place.

Who will replace Hillary and Geithner? Hmmmmm
Chris Clearwater

Largo, FL

#154384 Nov 13, 2012
okb2 wrote:
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The Republican message lost big time across the whole spectrum of Republicanism. They last in the House, Senate and the Presidency. TEA Party candidates lost and establishment Republicans lost. They just plain lost.
McConnell and Boehner may be the biggest losers of all. If Boehner can't get cooperation in the House he may be gone as Speaker. Speaker Cantor will really screw this nation.
This vet agrees with you. But not for the reasons you state.

Marine Corp vet flies flag upside down in protest

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UIdiotRacesMAkeW orldPeace

United States

#154385 Nov 13, 2012
Chris Clearwater wrote:
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This vet agrees with you. But not for the reasons you state.
Marine Corp vet flies flag upside down in protest
http://www.news4jax.com/news/Marine-Corp-vet-... - down-in-protest/-/475880/17364 224/-/1ayf3z/-/index.html
Why corrupted our US , 4 American generals just got fired from their post this just past year?

Since: Jul 12

Capitol Heights, MD

#154386 Nov 13, 2012
bad bob wrote:
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You know very well that I'm not deeply immersed in Capitol Hill seat numbers. But I was referring to the movement, not the
congressional reps. But I do think possibly McConnell is aging to the point that I doubt if he much cares whether he's reelected or not, over principles.
In less than 2 years, I believe this Prez will either screw up on an enormous scale, or have a series of screw ups of a lesser degree.
Whichever happens, I think it'll be enough for at least a repeat of the 2010 midterms, but much more of a Republican edge this time. And that'll obviously be to reduce Barry to a lame duck, until he can finally be sent packing.
I believe one of the following two scenarios will play out.

1. The Republicans come to their senses and work with the President to solve our problems and good things and great accomplishments are made. The economy moves forward faster than most thought possible. As a reward the American people keep things largely the same in 2014 with a split Congress and America wins.

2. The Republicans remain obstructionist and America suffers. In 2014 the American people continue trying to vote commonsense into the Republican Party and they lose the House and more Senate seats. Ideally, the Republicans retain 40 seats in the Senate to keep the Dems from getting too stupid. After this election, the Republicans decide the American people want progress instead of obstructionism.

“The future begins”

Since: Jul 07

every moment

#154387 Nov 13, 2012
Lyndi wrote:
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No cuter than watching you, Larry and Curly gloat over a president who got relected on one of the all time worst records in the history of the United States.
Nice job, Moe.
Gloating is it? Considering that you've been gloating over your "win" for the last several months, while I've been guardedly optimistic at most, I don't think I'll be apologizing for being pleased with the ACTUAL outcome AFTER the fact, don't you? I can see why you'd be embarrassed, so we'll just leave it there if you like. I'm gracious that way.

Since: Jul 12

Capitol Heights, MD

#154389 Nov 13, 2012
lisw wrote:
<quoted text>I don't need comfort Hip, nothing will change much for me and i still bask in the glory of what has been accomplished in America. And in 4 years well we'll see. But let's be frank. You aren't exactly a big city guy though you like to portray yourself as worldly, I just don't see you that way. It's not a slam just a comment. I know you like to picture us wringing our hands and dabbing our eyes but it ain't happening. I am looking forward to another president already and I just hope that some things will have changed.
Let me ask you something. I know you feel proud that we have a black president. So am I. But are you proud that minority candidates and others who are of a conservative bent and don't please the Mas... scuse me the leadership, are metaphorically strung up on a regular basis? think of it. There is something really wrong here, that Biden's and Reid's racist comments are abided but everyone who doesn't like Obama is a racist. Isn't there something wrong with the idea that the democratic party is supposedly for women, but not all women, women of the conservative bent are called the C word. C'mon, say what you like but at least be honest.
First, people are generally who they were raised to be. Grow up in the country and you will most likely stay country. I have been to some big cities and even stayed in some for a while all over the world. But I am a small town/country kind of person and that is why I live in the woods. Neighbors don't move in and out and rely on one another. I don't lock my doors, even the two weeks the wife and I took to California.

Second, the Democrat Party is not judged as harshly because they recognize people make mistakes, all people. It is the Republican Party that insists on perfection. Every hear of a DINO? We hear of RINO all the time. And that just has to do with a NY Republican, not a rude or crude one.

The Republican Party demands obediance and perfection which are worthy goals, but not so much in the real world. YOur job is to ensure that they stay that way. Please don't change a thing for at least 2 more election cycles.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#154392 Nov 13, 2012
okb2 wrote:
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You should stop and think about which way you want to play this. Either Obama is incompetent and the Republicans lost because they are even more incompetent OR Obama is not incompetent and the Republicans are marginally so.
OR Obama's incompetent, the MSM buried the stories until AFTER the election, and Romney ran a conservative campaign after winning the the 1st debate. The MSM admitted after Romney failed to challenge
Obama on Benghazi in the 3rd debate, "if Romney's not gonna bring it up, why should we"?

As for the congressional seats, pay attention. I'm not a political junkie, only a street urchin. I'll leave the ins and outs of CSpan I and II to those who're more interested.

“Unemployed Bush 5.3 obama 8.7”

Since: Jul 10

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#154393 Nov 13, 2012
okb2 wrote:
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President bush, the only President to thought of so lowly that his successor was awarded the Nobel Prize simply for not being bush.
You were right about the bar being lowered.
Sorry to burst your mediamatter's fantasy, but Bush 43 received a greater percentage of the popular vote when he ran for his second term than obama did. "W" only received about 200 thousand less votes than barry... even though the U.S. population had increased by about 25 million since 2004. And... both of them did far better than our sexual predator president, Bill Clinton.

If anyone is lowering the presidential bar, it's Democrats like Clinton and obama. Don't let the facts confuse you, just keep spewing your usual tripe.
UIDIOTRACEMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#154394 Nov 13, 2012
KIA: The US Neoliberal Invasion of India
Farmers' cooperatives in India are defending the nation's food security and the future of Indian farmers against the neoliberal invasion of genetically modified (GM) seed. As many as 28,000 Indian farmers have committed suicide over the last decade as a result of debt incurred from failed GM crops and competition with subsidized US crops, yet when India's Prime Minister Singh met with President Bush in March 2006 to finalize nuclear agreements, they also signed the Indo-US Knowledge Initiative on Agriculture (KIA), backed by Monsanto, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), and Wal-Mart. The KIA allows for the grab of India's seed sector by Monsanto, of its trade sector by giant agribusiness ADM and Cargill, and its retail sector by Wal-Mart.
Though the contours of KIA have been kept so secret that neither senior Indian politicians nor the scientific community know its details, it is clear that Prime Minister Singh has agreed to sacrifice India's agriculture sector to pay for US concessions in the nuclear field.
In one of very few public statements by a US government official regarding KIA, Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, states, "While the civilian nuclear initiative has garnered the most attention ... Our first priority is to continue giving governmental support to the huge growth in business between the Indian and American private sectors. Singh has also challenged the United States to help launch a second green revolution in India's vast agricultural heartland by enlisting the help of America's great land-grant institutions."
Vandana Shiva translates, "These are twin programs about a market grab and a security alignment ... Burns announced that while the nuclear deal is the cutting edge, what the US is really seeking is agricultural markets and real estate markets ... to take over the land of people, not through a market mechanism, but using the state and an old colonial law of land acquisition to grab the land by force."
Through KIA, Monsanto and the US have asked for unhindered access to India's gene banks, along with a change in India's intellectual property laws to allow patents on seeds and genes, and to dilute provisions that protect farmers' rights. A combination of physical access to India's gene banks and a possible new intellectual property law that allows seed patents will in essence deliver India's genetic wealth into US hands. This would be a severe blow to India's food security and self-sufficiency.

“Custer @ LBH - Ooops”

Since: Nov 07

Bakersfield, CA

#154396 Nov 13, 2012
okb2 wrote:
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First, people are generally who they were raised to be. Grow up in the country and you will most likely stay country. I have been to some big cities and even stayed in some for a while all over the world. But I am a small town/country kind of person and that is why I live in the woods. Neighbors don't move in and out and rely on one another. I don't lock my doors, even the two weeks the wife and I took to California.
Second, the Democrat Party is not judged as harshly because they recognize people make mistakes, all people. It is the Republican Party that insists on perfection. Every hear of a DINO? We hear of RINO all the time. And that just has to do with a NY Republican, not a rude or crude one.
The Republican Party demands obediance and perfection which are worthy goals, but not so much in the real world. YOur job is to ensure that they stay that way. Please don't change a thing for at least 2 more election cycles.
Dammit! CURSE YOU RED BARON!

Uhhh Professor Plum? The c*%#@&in' batteries in my tape recorder just died, and I wanna make sure I capture this whole sermon in both content (drivel) and voice infuction. I realize it's SHORT notice, but would ya mind repeating this in the APB tomorrow morning? TIA and don't forget the.....

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Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#154397 Nov 13, 2012
okb2 wrote:
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The legacy of the bush Presidency is that Obama was well qualified to be President.
I don't think Roberta meant that obama qualified as a pRsident, as barry has shown most of us that he doesn't... but he might qualify as a snake, if snakes don't have standards.
rider

Marquette, MI

#154398 Nov 13, 2012
BobinTX wrote:
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Sorry to burst your mediamatter's fantasy, but Bush 43 received a greater percentage of the popular vote when he ran for his second term than obama did. "W" only received about 200 thousand less votes than barry... even though the U.S. population had increased by about 25 million since 2004. And... both of them did far better than our sexual predator president, Bill Clinton.
If anyone is lowering the presidential bar, it's Democrats like Clinton and obama. Don't let the facts confuse you, just keep spewing your usual tripe.
What do you expect,Bush got every one of his butt-buddies to vote that year and that adds up to alot of votes!
rider

Marquette, MI

#154399 Nov 13, 2012
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Dec 13, 2005 – You can hear the stories first hand from the victims of the Republican child sex- torture rings that Bush Sr. attended. You can read the ...
rider

Marquette, MI

#154400 Nov 13, 2012
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The Nebraska pedophile scandal was similarly covered up on orders from the highest levels of power in the Bush White House. Caradori and his young son ...
rider

Marquette, MI

#154401 Nov 13, 2012
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Pedophilia in Bush/Reagan White House Interview with Rusty Nelson on pedophile ring involving the ...
rider

Marquette, MI

#154402 Nov 13, 2012
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“Bush attempted to sell Cheney on the idea of pedophilia through graphic descriptions of having sex with Kelly. Both were already sexually aroused from drugs ...
rider

Marquette, MI

#154403 Nov 13, 2012
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Just published "THE FAMILY - The Real Story of the Bush Dynstasty", by veteran ... about "The Pedophile/Homosexual Underground". www.skolnicksreport.com ...
rider

Marquette, MI

#154404 Nov 13, 2012
That George W. Bush cohabited at his Texas ranch and elsewhere with the Mayor of a major city in Tennessee, says Kitty Kelley.

Skolnick began the discussion severel years ago as a story about "The Pedophile/Homosexual Underground".

www.skolnicksreport.com "Overthrow of the American Republic", Part 24.

It relates to George W. Bush's homosexual relationsip, since about puberty, with Victor Ashe, long-time Mayor of Knoxvillle. When some in Congress began inquiries in the fall of 2003, Ashe in December, 2003, gave up being Knoxville Mayor and was appointed by George W. Bush, the occupant and resident of the White House, as the U.S. Ambassador to Poland. That is, getting Ashe out of the U.S. jurisdiction, not available to nosey Congressmen.

Bush and Ashe are both members of the satanic cult, "Skull & Bones", headquartered in a windowless building,called "The Tomb" on the campus of Yale University. Part of the initiation procedure is for the new proposed member to divulge his entire sexual history, to several other Bonesmen, so that when he is shoved up into high office, government, finance, etc., he can be blackmailed into silence.The new member has to cavort, au naturel, sometimes more than once, with another Bonesman in a double-size coffin filled with mud.

An older Bonesman member has to also participate in such proceedings. This was done by John F. Kerry slightly older than George W. Bush.

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