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Romney, Perry go after each other in GOP debate

There are 196 comments on the Newsday story from Sep 22, 2011, titled Romney, Perry go after each other in GOP debate. In it, Newsday reports that:

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney , right, listens as Texas Gov. Rick Perry makes a statement during the Republican presidential candidates debate in Orlando.

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#24 Sep 23, 2011
Commie Kenyan Butt Muffin wrote:
LOL!
The shills are still defending THE worst, most incompetent, most inept, most radical, most partisan, most corrupt, anti-American, lying buffoon in all of American history.
Stick a spork in your kenyan teleprompter stooge. He's done.
When are they going to build
schools in Georgia, huh Bubba?

Gawd you yahoos are stupid.

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#25 Sep 23, 2011
politics-all politics wrote:
The viewers watched with laughter as these 2 goofs made a case of not being electable.
What's even funnier (or sad, depending on one's point of view) is that these two could have spent the entire debate tossing pies at each other, and either one would still be more electable than than our current Jimmy-Careter-on-Crack POTUS.

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#26 Sep 23, 2011
dragoon70056 wrote:
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What's even funnier (or sad, depending on one's point of view) is that these two could have spent the entire debate tossing pies at each other, and either one would still be more electable than than our current Jimmy-Careter-on-Crack POTUS.
Awwwwww.......keep dreaming.
After the last 4 debates,
it's clear the republitards
offer no new ideas, no new
plans, no economic reforms...
all y'all have is your dreams,
apparently.

ZZZZZzzzzzzzz.......Obama wins!

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#27 Sep 23, 2011
x0x0x wrote:
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Awwwwww.......keep dreaming.
After the last 4 debates,
it's clear the republitards
offer no new ideas, no new
plans, no economic reforms...
all y'all have is your dreams,
apparently.
ZZZZZzzzzzzzz.......Obama wins!
Shows how much you've been (NOT) paying attention. All have stated (and correctly so) that the key to economic recovery is jobs. The only way jobs will be created will be repealing Healthscam, which will be a reality given that Oblunder will not be the only Commiecrat that finds himself in the unemployment line within the next few months.

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#28 Sep 23, 2011
x0x0x wrote:
<quoted text>When are they going to build
schools in Georgia, huh Bubba?
Gawd you yahoos are stupid.
When would you worry about schools? It's fairly obvious that liberals don't bother sending their children to them anyway.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#29 Sep 23, 2011
Realist wrote:
<quoted text>Naw, it doesn't matter who is in charge of the Republican party. It doesn't matter who the candidate is running against the Liberal candidate (might not even be Obama) in the Presidental election. The Democratic party is destroying the economy and that is a fact that the majority of citizens have and are recognizing.
Citizens will vote for anyone running against the liberal progressive party. Liberation Theology has been discovered as a economy buster and citizens are putting their thumps down on any more grand experiments.
A Republican is driving a car with a Democrat in it with him. The Republican suddenly turns right and crashes into a tree. The Democrat gets out and surveys the damage. The Democrat then reaches down and tries to pull the fender away from the wheel so the car will be drivable. The Republican then starts scream at the Democrat, you are wrecking the car.
Researcher

Harker Heights, TX

#30 Sep 23, 2011
x0x0x wrote:
<quoted text>
Awwwwww.......keep dreaming.
After the last 4 debates,
it's clear the republitards
offer no new ideas, no new
plans, no economic reforms...
all y'all have is your dreams,
apparently.
ZZZZZzzzzzzzz.......Obama wins!
Exactly. It appears no reasonable person can get the GOP nomination.

That's why generic, unnamed Republican in the polls does better against Obama than any of the named candidates.

Independents won't vote for Perry, Palin, Bachmann or Santorum, as they are too radical.

Republicans won't nominate Huntsman or Romney or Paul because they are too rational.
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Harker Heights, TX

#31 Sep 23, 2011
dragoon70056 wrote:
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When would you worry about schools? It's fairly obvious that liberals don't bother sending their children to them anyway.
Wonder why the schools in Democratic states do better than schools in Republican states?

State Education Rankings: The Best And Worst For Math And Science
Illinois (Dem.)– average

Below average: TX (Rep.), OK(Rep.), LA(Rep.), ALA(Rep.), ALASKA(Rep.), NV(Dem.), NB(Rep.), AR((Rep.), W.VA(Rep.), N.M.(Dem.)

Above average: MN (Dem.), IND(Rep.), NY(Dem.),MAINE(Dem.),NH(Dem.), MASS(Dem.),NJ(New Jersey (Dem.),VA(Rep.),MD(Dem.),RI(De m.)

Others are average.

Source: Statistical Research Center at the American Institute of Physics
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Coppell, TX

#32 Sep 23, 2011
IS it November 2012 yet? CAn we make it that long to get a real president?

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#33 Sep 23, 2011
dragoon70056 wrote:
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When would you worry about schools? It's fairly obvious that liberals don't bother sending their children to them anyway.
bahahahahaha
That' funny.

You republitards say liberals "run the schools and are
indoctrinating our kids to become communists."

Then you say things like "educated liberals are snobs."

The best is when you make fun of schools like Harvard and Yale.

Now you say "liberals don't bother sending their children to them."

Make up your mind Mr. Short term memory
or is it Mr. Selective memory?

Either way, you are a fruit loop
with obviously no substantive
arguments....like the republican
candidates.
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Harker Heights, TX

#34 Sep 23, 2011
dragoon70056 wrote:
<quoted text>
When would you worry about schools? It's fairly obvious that liberals don't bother sending their children to them anyway.
Heritage Foundation Study Finds Democrats Represent More Wealthy Districts Than Republicans


A review of Internal Revenue Service data conducted by Michael Franc, vice president of government relations at Heritage — A CONSERVATIVE THINK-TANK — found that Democrats control the majority of the country's wealthiest congressional jurisdictions, and that more than half of the most affluent households are located in the 18 states where Democrats control both Senate seats.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,312628,00...

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#35 Sep 23, 2011
dragoon70056 wrote:
<quoted text>
Shows how much you've been (NOT) paying attention. All have stated (and correctly so) that the key to economic recovery is jobs. The only way jobs will be created will be repealing Healthscam, which will be a reality given that Oblunder will not be the only Commiecrat that finds himself in the unemployment line within the next few months.
Abolish healthcare. That will create jobs. lmao

Explain, Lucy.
This should be good.

You fools swallow any jizz those yahoos
shove down your throats, doncha?

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#36 Sep 23, 2011
Texan wrote:
IS it November 2012 yet? CAn we make it that long to get a real president?
Not if the pretenders you yahoos are propping up get elected.

Yuck yuck and yee haw.
No one's dumber than a teapublitard.
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Harker Heights, TX

#37 Sep 23, 2011
dragoon70056 wrote:
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When would you worry about schools? It's fairly obvious that liberals don't bother sending their children to them anyway.
“Are liberals smarter than conservatives?” Yes, according to a recently published report.

Last year, a British team found that kids with higher intelligence scores were more likely to grow into adults who vote for Liberal Democrats, even after the researchers controlled for socioeconomics.

A libertarian (and, as such, nonpartisan) researcher, Satoshi Kanazawa of the London School of Economics and Political Quarterly. The paper investigates not only whether conservatives are dumber than liberals but also why that might be so.

The short answer: Kanazawa's paper shows that more-intelligent people are more likely to say they are liberal.

Kanazawa quotes from two surveys that support the hypothesis that liberals are more intelligent. One is the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, which is often called Add Health. The other is the General Social Survey (GSS).

The Add Health study shows that the mean IQ of adolescents who identify themselves as "very liberal" is 106, compared with a mean IQ of 95 for those calling themselves "very conservative." The Add Health study is huge — more than 20,000 kids — and this difference is highly statistically significant.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,859...
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#38 Sep 23, 2011
Keep those tearepublicant debates going - we can sit back and enjoy those smarmy ingenuine spinners oil their way through the debate.

As a woman, it is disheartening to see that the best the teapublicants can do is foist Bachmann as the candidate-with-a-vagina.

The only one with an original thought is Cain and Huntsman.
Texan

Coppell, TX

#39 Sep 23, 2011
x0x0x wrote:
<quoted text>Not if the pretenders you yahoos are propping up get elected.
Yuck yuck and yee haw.
No one's dumber than a teapublitard.
ANYONE, i mean ANYONE would be better than BO, better get your hankys cause BO is history, he doesnt stand a chance, his own party is even against him LOL, hes ruined this country just admit the facts. DO your research, he couldnt create a job, hes screwed up the country worse than ever. Get the fool out of there

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#40 Sep 23, 2011
Researcher wrote:
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Exactly. It appears no reasonable person can get the GOP nomination.
That's why generic, unnamed Republican in the polls does better against Obama than any of the named candidates.
Independents won't vote for Perry, Palin, Bachmann or Santorum, as they are too radical.
Republicans won't nominate Huntsman or Romney or Paul because they are too rational.
I wish these stupid news outlets would put Huntsman and Cain in the middle and put Romney and Perry on opposite ends so we don't have to watch this ridiculous pissing contest that seems to be never ending. We are in a recession and all these idiots can do is throw pot shots at one another.

Our enemies in the world must be loving this dog and pony show.

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#41 Sep 23, 2011
x0x0x wrote:
Any new plans introduced to help the economy?
For you Donkey lover, Romney's plan:

FIVE BILLS FOR DAY ONE

The American Competitiveness Act
• Reduces the corporate income tax rate to 25 percent

The Open Markets Act
• Implements the Colombia, Panama, and South Korea Free Trade Agreements

The Domestic Energy Act
• Directs the Department of the Interior to undertake a comprehensive survey of American energy reserves in partnership with exploration companies and initiates leasing in all areas currently approved for exploration

The Retraining Reform Act
• Consolidates the sprawl of federal retraining programs and returns funding and responsibility for these programs to the states

The Down Payment on Fiscal Sanity Act
• Immediately cuts non-security discretionary spending by 5 percent, reducing the annual federal budget by $20 billion

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#42 Sep 23, 2011
Responsibility wrote:
Keep those tearepublicant debates going - we can sit back and enjoy those smarmy ingenuine spinners oil their way through the debate.
As a woman, it is disheartening to see that the best the teapublicants can do is foist Bachmann as the candidate-with-a-vagina.
The only one with an original thought is Cain and Huntsman.
There seems to be a trend with the women the GOP chooses to put out front. They are attractive and at first glance, seem to be well spoken and intelligent. Then, as time passes, we see that all they are are pretty faces that hide some really ugly ideas and predjudices. Bachmann may be slightly more intelligent than Palin but that's not really saying much, is it?
Texan

Coppell, TX

#43 Sep 23, 2011
Responsibility wrote:
Keep those tearepublicant debates going - we can sit back and enjoy those smarmy ingenuine spinners oil their way through the debate.
As a woman, it is disheartening to see that the best the teapublicants can do is foist Bachmann as the candidate-with-a-vagina.
The only one with an original thought is Cain and Huntsman.
Well after witnessing the first almost 3 years of BO, he could qualify for having a vagina too. Go ahead and laugh, the entire WORLD has been laughing for almost 3 years now. Enough is Enough, get a real president in office that will actually do something

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