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Feb 7, 2012
 
Cat74 wrote:
When hell freezes isn't doing bad by Democrat political count either. In real life it looks like Santorum is beating Obama by 1 point, and the campaign has not started. Figure the Catholic Church is calling on their people to vote against Obama, and Santorum should get the parents of special children votes, and "O" lost the jews, and the independents, the election is looking better, and better.
In what wingnut world would that be?

USA Today/Gallup 51 43 Obama +8
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl 53 38 Obama +15
PPP (D)_________ 50 42 Obama +8
CBS News/NY Times 49 38 Obama +11
ABC News/Wash Post 52 41 Obama +11
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#23
Feb 7, 2012
 
Those are all biased liberal media polls. Try an independent poll.

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Feb 7, 2012
 
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Those are all biased liberal media polls. Try an independent poll.
provide one of your own crybaby

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Feb 8, 2012
 
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Feb 8, 2012
 
rollin wrote:
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In what wingnut world would that be?
USA Today/Gallup 51 43 Obama +8
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl 53 38 Obama +15
PPP (D)_________ 50 42 Obama +8
CBS News/NY Times 49 38 Obama +11
ABC News/Wash Post 52 41 Obama +11
Those polls don't reflect the recent decision of over 70 million Catholic voters that just decided to vote against Obama for his declaring war on the church by forcing pro-choice health legislation being forced down the throats of Christian's.

Additionally, you could also count those millions of Evangelicals, Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists and Episcopalians in there too along with all the members of the smaller church groups that oppose government dictating religious choice.

That adds up to more than enough votes to put ANYBODY in the office of President, replacing Obama.
I bet you see a landslide election overthrowing the Obama regime.
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#27
Feb 8, 2012
 
So Obama pissed off the Jews, and the Catholics, ut he isn't a Muslim. If the Democrats lose the Jewish, and Catholic vote they are done.They will lose the Senate, the Presidency, and there is no chance they can take back the House.

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Feb 8, 2012
 
Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Those polls don't reflect the recent decision of over 70 million Catholic voters that just decided to vote against Obama for his declaring war on the church by forcing pro-choice health legislation being forced down the throats of Christian's.
Additionally, you could also count those millions of Evangelicals, Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists and Episcopalians in there too along with all the members of the smaller church groups that oppose government dictating religious choice.
That adds up to more than enough votes to put ANYBODY in the office of President, replacing Obama.
I bet you see a landslide election overthrowing the Obama regime.
Those people will change their minds when they get a little education and realize that it is the Catholic church that is trying to dictate religious choice not Obama.

The contraceptive mandate exempts religious groups. Only those institutions run by Catholics as a business and composed of non-Catholic employees are not exempt. By trying to force their beliefs on their non-Catholic employees, the Catholic Church is violating the religious freedom of tens of thousands of women in their employ. Shame on them.
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#29
Feb 8, 2012
 
57 votes for the various "Not Gonna Happen" options.

50 votes for "November".

Let's hope the final tally won't foreshadow a vote-splitting nightmare that will return Barry to the White House...

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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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Those polls don't reflect the recent decision of over 70 million Catholic voters that just decided to vote against Obama for his declaring war on the church by forcing pro-choice health legislation being forced down the throats of Christian's.
Additionally, you could also count those millions of Evangelicals, Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists and Episcopalians in there too along with all the members of the smaller church groups that oppose government dictating religious choice.
That adds up to more than enough votes to put ANYBODY in the office of President, replacing Obama.
I bet you see a landslide election overthrowing the Obama regime.
Oh..you want something more recent?

No problem...(note the dates)

Rasmussen Reports 2/5 - 2/7 47 43 Obama +4
Reuters/Ipsos 2/2 - 2/6 48 42 Obama +6
ABC News/Wash Post2/1 - 2/4 51 45 Obama +6

Is that current enough for you?
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rollin wrote:
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Oh..you want something more recent?
No problem...(note the dates)
Rasmussen Reports 2/5 - 2/7 47 43 Obama +4
Reuters/Ipsos 2/2 - 2/6 48 42 Obama +6
ABC News/Wash Post2/1 - 2/4 51 45 Obama +6
Is that current enough for you?
You are neglecting the fact that those margins are representing four Republican hopefuls and one Democrat incumbent.
One the primary has decided the Republican candidate, and with the current widening division on The Hill over Obama's medical legislation SNAFU, Obama will find himself looking fo a job come January.

"Obama administration struggles to contain uproar over birth-control rule
By Amie Parnes and Sam Baker - 02/08/12 05:54 PM ET

The White House struggled Wednesday to contain the growing uproar over its birth-control mandate, with Democrats peeling off one by one in what has become an increasingly divisive election-year controversy.

Pressure to roll back the new contraception policy mounted quickly as the day wore on, driven by divisions among Democrats, mixed messages from President Obama’s advisers and a constant drumbeat from the GOP....."
http://thehill.com/blogs/healthwatch/health-r...
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Those people will change their minds when they get a little education and realize that it is the Catholic church that is trying to dictate religious choice not Obama.
The contraceptive mandate exempts religious groups. Only those institutions run by Catholics as a business and composed of non-Catholic employees are not exempt. By trying to force their beliefs on their non-Catholic employees, the Catholic Church is violating the religious freedom of tens of thousands of women in their employ. Shame on them.
WHOAH!! Hold on here.
You are a very confused person.

NOBODY is forced to be a member of the Catholic Church and nobody is forced to be employed by Catholic health care institutions.
It is all a voluntary choice.
The forcing of issues, dictates and ultimatums are coming from Obama.

And people who respect the Constitution, Bill of Rights and separation of Church and State are fighting to oppose this power grab by Obama.

"(Reuters)- The top Republican in the Congress on Wednesday denounced President Barack Obama's new rule on contraceptives as an assault on "religious freedom" and vowed to overturn it, as the White House sought to prevent the issue from becoming an election-year liability.

Fanning a political firestorm, House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner joined an outcry from religious leaders and social conservatives over a requirement that health insurance plans, including those at Catholic hospitals, charities and universities, offer birth control to women.

Seeking to ease a controversy that has roiled the 2012 presidential race, White House spokesman Jay Carney appeared to..."
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/08/us-...

"As the furor grew over the recent Obama administration ruling regarding abortion-related services at faith-based hospitals, Florida's freshman Republican Sen. Marco Rubio stepped up the counter-attack from Capitol Hill.

In an exclusive interview with HUMAN EVENTS before his address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington Thursday, Rubio denounced the Health and Human Services Department ruling that requires faith-based hospitals and other health providers to provide information and services related to abortion and contraception that are against their religious beliefs....."

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php...

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Feb 10, 2012
 
Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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WHOAH!! Hold on here.
You are a very confused person.
NOBODY is forced to be a member of the Catholic Church and nobody is forced to be employed by Catholic health care institutions.
It is all a voluntary choice.
The forcing of issues, dictates and ultimatums are coming from Obama.
And people who respect the Constitution, Bill of Rights and separation of Church and State are fighting to oppose this power grab by Obama.
"(Reuters)- The top Republican in the Congress on Wednesday denounced President Barack Obama's new rule on contraceptives as an assault on "religious freedom" and vowed to overturn it, as the White House sought to prevent the issue from becoming an election-year liability.
Fanning a political firestorm, House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner joined an outcry from religious leaders and social conservatives over a requirement that health insurance plans, including those at Catholic hospitals, charities and universities, offer birth control to women.
Seeking to ease a controversy that has roiled the 2012 presidential race, White House spokesman Jay Carney appeared to..."
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/08/us-...
"As the furor grew over the recent Obama administration ruling regarding abortion-related services at faith-based hospitals, Florida's freshman Republican Sen. Marco Rubio stepped up the counter-attack from Capitol Hill.
In an exclusive interview with HUMAN EVENTS before his address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington Thursday, Rubio denounced the Health and Human Services Department ruling that requires faith-based hospitals and other health providers to provide information and services related to abortion and contraception that are against their religious beliefs....."
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php...
It's pretty simple. If faith-based hospitals and health care providers request Federal Funds, they need to abide by Federal mandates. Abortion is legal and contraceptives are an important means of preventing unwanted pregnancies, if a faith-based business wants to stomp on the religious beliefs of their non-Catholic employees by denying them access to contraceptives, they have a choice.....don't take Federal dollars. No one is forcing them to take our money. However it is against the law to discriminate against someone based on their religious beliefs. They are the ones who are wrong. Not Obama.
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#34
Feb 10, 2012
 
Excuse me, but if workers at the Catholic Hospitals, and clinics need birth care, then they must buy their own. For God's sake what else can we give these deadbeats? The Government is going bankrupt, because it is giving people everything for free. Enough already. This vote buying with taxpayer's money has to stop. I have to buy mine, they have to buy theirs.
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#35
Feb 10, 2012
 
never
n e v e r

N E V E R

NEVER
NEVER
NEVER

One nation under Obama cannot, and will not, stand

Nov 2012

Of course all the blacks will vote for him = RACISTS
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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It's pretty simple. If faith-based hospitals and health care providers request Federal Funds, they need to abide by Federal mandates. Abortion is legal and contraceptives are an important means of preventing unwanted pregnancies, if a faith-based business wants to stomp on the religious beliefs of their non-Catholic employees by denying them access to contraceptives, they have a choice.....don't take Federal dollars. No one is forcing them to take our money. However it is against the law to discriminate against someone based on their religious beliefs. They are the ones who are wrong. Not Obama.
What on earth makes you think there's any Federal Funding going to The Catholic Church?
You are very confused.

And once again, I repeat, nobody is being forced to work at any institutions run by The Church.
It is employment by choice.
If you don't want to wear a funky cap and tunic, don't get a job at McDonalds.
Simple as that.

By the way, influenza, appendicitis, cancer, diabetes, et al; are illnesses that happen without you doing anything to get them.
Pregnancy is not an illness, it is a result of a conscious choice of action.
Take responsibility for your actions.
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#37
Feb 10, 2012
 
LisaMarie wrote:
never
n e v e r
N E V E R
NEVER
NEVER
NEVER
One nation under Obama cannot, and will not, stand
Nov 2012
Of course all the blacks will vote for him = RACISTS
Totally agree!

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Check out what's coming down Obama's pike:

"NRA official: Obama wants to outlaw guns in 2nd term
By Sean Lengell

A top official with the National Rifle Association said Friday that President Obama will move to "destroy" gun rights and "erase" the Second Amendment if he is re-elected in November.

While delivering one of the liveliest and best-received speeches at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre said the president's low-key approach to gun rights during his first term was "a "conspiracy to ensure re-election by lulling gun owners to sleep."

"All that first term, lip service to gun owners is just part of a massive Obama conspiracy to deceive voters and hide his true intentions to destroy the Second Amendment during his second term," he said.

"We see the president's strategy crystal clear:
Get re-elected and, with no more elections to worry about, get busy dismantling and destroying our firearms' freedom, erase the Second Amendment from the Bill of Rights and excise it from the U.S. Constitution."

Mr. LaPierre said the president's two Supreme Court appointees — Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan— are "two of the most rabid anti-gun justices in history." He also accused Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of being a foe of gun rights.

And with the possibility of two or more Supreme Court justice positions opening during the next four years, the NRA official warned that gun ownership would be in jeopardy if Mr. Obama stays in office..........

"All of what we know is good and right about America, all of it could be lost if Barrack Obama is re-elected," he said. "It's all or nothing."

http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-po...

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#38
Feb 12, 2012
 
We have just witnessed one of the best examples of presidential leadership in my lifetime. Women employed in Catholic businesses were in need of reproductive health care that violated Catholic teachings. Obama proposed that Catholic businesses provide this health care through their insurance policies just like every other business.
Instead of working with the president to solve this dilemma, Republicans responded by declaring that the president was waging a war on religion. Obama was left to solve this problem himself.
Within a week president Obama came up with a brilliant solution that made everyone happy. Insurance companies would be required to provide this insurance and actually save money in doing so because birth control is much cheaper than the expense of pregnancy and abortion. Women would get the health care they needed for free and Catholic businesses would not be required to provide it.
After solving this crisis one would think that everyone that spoke out so angrily at president Obama and did nothing to help him resolve this issue would at least say well done. Certainly “fair and balanced” FOX News would be the first to congratulate the president on this fantastic resolution.
Republican politicians have spent the last three years taking this same obstructionist negative do nothing approach to governing our country. If you believe that president Obama was forced to handle this difficult situation himself and are angry that women were used as pawns by Republicans who were willing to sacrifice their best interests to bring down Obama then pass this on.
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You have just witnessed a President doing something so stupid in an election year you have his vice President, and the Democrat Catholics in the House, and Senate trying to clean the poop off his shoes for him, before he blows the November election for all of them. I love watching them squirm, but it makes us look weak before the world. We need new leadership.

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Idi O Syncrasy wrote:
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You are neglecting the fact that those margins are representing four Republican hopefuls and one Democrat incumbent.
One the primary has decided the Republican candidate, and with the current widening division on The Hill over Obama's medical legislation SNAFU, Obama will find himself looking fo a job come January.
"Obama administration struggles to contain uproar over birth-control rule
By Amie Parnes and Sam Baker - 02/08/12 05:54 PM ET
The White House struggled Wednesday to contain the growing uproar over its birth-control mandate, with Democrats peeling off one by one in what has become an increasingly divisive election-year controversy.
Pressure to roll back the new contraception policy mounted quickly as the day wore on, driven by divisions among Democrats, mixed messages from President Obama’s advisers and a constant drumbeat from the GOP....."
http://thehill.com/blogs/healthwatch/health-r...
Wrong, they were specifically Obama versus Romney

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LisaMarie wrote:
never
n e v e r
N E V E R
NEVER
NEVER
NEVER
One nation under Obama cannot, and will not, stand
Nov 2012
Of course all the blacks will vote for him = RACISTS
You can buy your ticket to the country of your choice at any time

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