What Republicans are saying about Romney's criticism of Obama and Egyptian, Libyan attacks

Sep 13, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Washington Times

WASHINGTON , September 13, 2012 - Notice that the Republican wagons are not rushing to circle GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney after his criticism of President Obama's response to the siege of the Egyptian and Libyan embassies and the deaths of four Americans.

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<quoted text>Copy and paste frightwingnut drivel
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<quoted text>And I'd still be two steps ahead of you.
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<quoted text>Sept 10....
Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) recently expanded his list of things that are based on socialism, declaring over the weekend that President Barack Obama's "Forward" campaign slogan was designed to push a "Soviet Union, Marxist-Socialist theme." That statement including the Soviet Union leaves nothing to the intent of West's intentions. The only West exposes is his, and his supporters, frightwing ignorance and stupidity.
liar still waiting for your link/source?

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Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) recently expanded his list of things that are based on socialism, declaring over the weekend that President Barack Obama's "Forward" campaign slogan was designed to push a "Soviet Union, Marxist-Socialist theme." That statement including the Soviet Union leaves nothing to the intent of West's intentions. The only West exposes is his, and his supporters, frightwing ignorance and stupidity.
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disrespected Col.Allen West..
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I posted a direct quote from West. I didn't alter anything you frightwing moron.

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liar still waiting for your link/source?
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Sept 9, 2010...
During the Republican Jewish Coalition rally in Boca Raton, Florida, Congressman Allen West sported an “Obama…Oy Vey” button and slammed President Obama’s ‘Forward’ campaign slogan by calling it a “Marxist-Socialist theme” used at the turn of the 20th century by the Soviet Union...
www.breitbart.com/.../Allen-West-Obama-Forwar...
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Your research is kind of flawed and incomplete. Where did you attend college?

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Median household income

Income of Households - This includes the income of the householder and all other individuals 15 years old and over in the household, whether they are related to the householder or not.

Median household income Texas....$49,646.
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Gee Eric, if you are going to be a blatant liar, why would you use statistics that are so easy to check?
The median income in Texas if around 48K per year, and that's higher than almost all of the midwest, and higher than your neighboring states of West Virginia, the Carolinas, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Virginia is higher, or course, but that's an anomaly because so many of you Virginians are overpaid civil employees who suck on the government teat.
There's no difference between being a file clerk for 25,000 a year in the private sector and getting food stamps and medicaid, and doing the same job for the government at the inflated rate of 40,000 a year. Either way, you're getting welfare. It's just that working for the government, you get your welfare up front, in your taxpayer-funded "benefits package", which is far more than the job is worth.
http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2010/1...
And if you leftists are going to use indoor toilets as the criteria of success, some cultures still believe that anyone who craps where they live is a barbarian.
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"....some of the lowest rates can be found in southern states. The median household in Mississippi makes less than $37,000 a year; in Texas the figure is over $48,000. New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts boast some of the highest median incomes......"

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2010/1...

Federal Aid is determined by income eligibility, it doesn't depend on what region you live... Naturally, in the Southern Region and in the Mid West, incomes are lowest and thus, more individual in Southern and mid Western States are eligible to receive Federal Aid like poverty payments at income tax time and food stamps as opposed to those citizens living in the eastern part of the United States where more than a half of the United States population resides.

Whether you accept the data of not is irrelevant, however, the 47% of Americans on the dole are overwhelmingly located in Red States in the South and Mid West and are supporters at the Base of the Republican Party and in those numbers are overwhelmingly Veterans, Senior Citizens, and income and poverty challenged individuals working on jobs in right to work states.
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Gee Eric, if you are going to be a blatant liar, why would you use statistics that are so easy to check?
The median income in Texas if around 48K per year, and that's higher than almost all of the midwest, and higher than your neighboring states of West Virginia, the Carolinas, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Virginia is higher, or course, but that's an anomaly because so many of you Virginians are overpaid civil employees who suck on the government teat.
There's no difference between being a file clerk for 25,000 a year in the private sector and getting food stamps and medicaid, and doing the same job for the government at the inflated rate of 40,000 a year. Either way, you're getting welfare. It's just that working for the government, you get your welfare up front, in your taxpayer-funded "benefits package", which is far more than the job is worth.
http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2010/1...
And if you leftists are going to use indoor toilets as the criteria of success, some cultures still believe that anyone who craps where they live is a barbarian.

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A lot of you phoney conservatives aren't being honest with yourself, but the numbers and demographics are in and it's in the Red State where the largess is greatest on government dependence as it's always been since the Civil War.
The Southern Region of America is and has been an economic waste land. Presently it's an attractive place to built a factory because of the available land and cheap labor supported by the State Governments and laws.
There are still some places in the Southern Region still to celebrate 50 years of indoor toilets and bath rooms. Which only serves to demonstrate the slow growth of innovation in the region.
Texas is a big State with a population of 25 million, yet the median income is less than 19,000 a year. 60% of the workforce in Texas qualifies for poverty payments at income tax time, and food stamps through the fiscal year.
6 of the top 10 states most dependent on food stamps are in fact southern states, that almost always vote republican;

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/13/10-s...

I saw a bumper sticker in South Carolina when on business two weeks ago, that said "I'm too poor to vote republican".

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Your research is kind of flawed and incomplete. Where did you attend college?
Definitions:
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Income of Households - This includes the income of the householder and all other individuals 15 years old and over in the household, whether they are related to the householder or not.
Median household income Texas....$49,646.
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"Texas is a big State with a population of 25 million, yet the median income is less than 19,000 a year." - Eric Gustafson

Face it. You're "facts" are BS (as are most of the rest of your posts), and you were caught.

Now THAT'S a fact!
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<quoted text>I posted a direct quote from West. I didn't alter anything you frightwing moron.
Liar!

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<quoted text>Sept 9, 2010...
During the Republican Jewish Coalition rally in Boca Raton, Florida, Congressman Allen West sported an “Obama…Oy Vey” button and slammed President Obama’s ‘Forward’ campaign slogan by calling it a “Marxist-Socialist theme” used at the turn of the 20th century by the Soviet Union...
www.breitbart.com/.../Allen-West-Obama-Forwar...
he did not call oblamer a commie liar!!

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6 of the top 10 states most dependent on food stamps are in fact southern states, that almost always vote republican;
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/13/10-s...
I saw a bumper sticker in South Carolina when on business two weeks ago, that said "I'm too poor to vote republican".
Then explain why Democrat Oregon has the second highest Food Stamp usage, Democrat New Mexico is fourth, and Democrat Michigan is fifth. The sheer number of participants in those Democrat states is as high, if not more, than the rest combined.

AND...the REAL number one user, per capita, of food stamps is....wait for it....

Washington D.C.!!!! Yup, the seat of our good ole' gubment is the highest per capita user of Food Stamp benefits...they just don't put it on every list because....wait for it....

It's not considered a STATE!

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he did not call oblamer a commie liar!!
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Sure he didn't. It's his direct quote. It's Frightwing Allen West at his best. By the way wingnutz, What's an oblamer?
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"Texas is a big State with a population of 25 million, yet the median income is less than 19,000 a year." - Eric Gustafson
Face it. You're "facts" are BS (as are most of the rest of your posts), and you were caught.
Now THAT'S a fact!
The Texas Median"HOUSEHOLD" Income is $49K

That is not the Median Income per Person in Texas..... ROFLMAO

In a typical Texas Household, the per person median income would be a lot less....... Does your job involve quantitative reasoning?
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You don't count very well.......

"6 of the top 10 states most dependent on food stamps are in fact southern states, "

You named 3 States and One City...... the Data clearly says 6 of the top 10 State most dependent on Food Stamps".......

ROFLMAO....... What College did you attend?

Point is that Red, Republican leaning States that Support the GOP are the overwhelming recipients of the Dole, and host the most residents who dominate the rolls of those who don't pay income taxes.

It's the Southern and Mid Western States in America that lay around and live off of and collect on the Federal largess.
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Then explain why Democrat Oregon has the second highest Food Stamp usage, Democrat New Mexico is fourth, and Democrat Michigan is fifth. The sheer number of participants in those Democrat states is as high, if not more, than the rest combined.
AND...the REAL number one user, per capita, of food stamps is....wait for it....
Washington D.C.!!!! Yup, the seat of our good ole' gubment is the highest per capita user of Food Stamp benefits...they just don't put it on every list because....wait for it....
It's not considered a STATE!
Bwaaaaaahaaaahaaaaahaaaaahaaaa ahaaa!
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6 of the top 10 states most dependent on food stamps are in fact southern states, that almost always vote republican;
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/13/10-s...
I saw a bumper sticker in South Carolina when on business two weeks ago, that said "I'm too poor to vote republican".
To the Man, anywhere you may encounter a GOP Supporters, they all tries to deny the truth of the matter. It's the Republicans States dedicated to Romney who actually are the recipients of the Free Stuff given out in America on the Tax Payers dime.

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To the Man, anywhere you may encounter a GOP Supporters, they all tries to deny the truth of the matter. It's the Republicans States dedicated to Romney who actually are the recipients of the Free Stuff given out in America on the Tax Payers dime.
Well, these peope here that root for the far right simply have their heads in the sand. They refuse to admit that the largest benefactors of the federal food stamp program are actually white households in primarily southern regions, who for some unknown reason (most probably uneducated and easily influenced by Fox News) think the liberals are to blame for their food stamp dependency. They are gleeful when a company opens, and pays them less than half what they would have paid to employees in non right to work states, many recieving limited or no medical benefits, but nonetheless, are grateful to have the fruits of their labor exploited by these companies.

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The Texas Median"HOUSEHOLD" Income is $49K
That is not the Median Income per Person in Texas..... ROFLMAO
In a typical Texas Household, the per person median income would be a lot less....... Does your job involve quantitative reasoning?
"Texas is a big State with a population of 25 million, yet the median income is less than 19,000 a year." - Eric Gustafson

No one uses median income per person. You are full of it. Just admit you were either lying, or read the number wrong, and move on.

You were busted, and that's that.

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