Romney-Ryan Debate - Bluefield, WV

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Are you happy that Romney picked Paul Ryan as his VP?

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Umm

Bluefield, VA

#1 Aug 15, 2012
Romney and Obama both suck. It's sad that those two are the best this nation has to offer. Oh that's right they're not but the best people never make it out of the primaries
Chen

Rupert, WV

#2 Aug 15, 2012
Ryan will be better than the moron Biden. I cant wait for the VP debate. Biden is an idiot.
I KNOW

Bluefield, WV

#3 Aug 15, 2012
I am happy and my greatest wish is I HOPE they can beat Obama....he has been nothing but a failure and one term is a disaster we DO NOT need him another.
common sense

Princeton, WV

#4 Aug 15, 2012
don't like what he has said about raiding railroad retirement
earl jr

Gilbert, WV

#5 Aug 28, 2012
I KNOW wrote:
I am happy and my greatest wish is I HOPE they can beat Obama....he has been nothing but a failure and one term is a disaster we DO NOT need him another.
the truth is after bush. no man could do any bertter than obama
in 4 yrs.and romney is another bush.so you better vote obama like
my family is.we are coal miners.but if romney gets in what will poor people do.thers not enough jobs 4 every 1.the usa will be in a civil war people trying to take others people things.
smile

United States

#6 Sep 10, 2012
No i hate him
counting days

Bluefield, WV

#7 Sep 23, 2012
romney just wants want more money to hide ,,,if he gets it poor people won't have a chance to live ,,make sure he doesn't get it
Chin

Rupert, WV

#8 Sep 23, 2012
Look at what Obama has done to the mideast. It's a powder keg thanks to this idiot president.
Grady

Bluefield, WV

#9 Sep 24, 2012
Chin wrote:
Look at what Obama has done to the mideast. It's a powder keg thanks to this idiot president.
yeah and Bush left the middle east in total peace and here comes a black guy to mess it all up. Our national debt was 30 billion when Bush left office and Obama has spent 15 trillion dollars in handouts to blacks and mexicans so he can be re-elected. He wasn't born in America anyway so anybody that votes for him is an idiot. If you voted in 2008 for Obama to prove you aint a racist then you should make up for it by voting him out this time to prove you is smart. Fool us once shame on you, fool us again well we wont get fooled again. Gas had never been over $1.86 a gallon until Obama became president, he's in big oil's pocket so now we pay $5 a gallon. I aint racist but Obama is and so is his supporters.
no_NO

Princeton, WV

#10 Sep 24, 2012
earl jr wrote:
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the truth is after bush. no man could do any bertter than obama
in 4 yrs.and romney is another bush.so you better vote obama like
my family is.we are coal miners.but if romney gets in what will poor people do.thers not enough jobs 4 every 1.the usa will be in a civil war people trying to take others people things.
Please tell me your joking about voting for Ohama and your a coal miners..If you want your job then you probably need to rethink that..Obama was on TV stating that he would shut all coal powered electric plants down or make the fines so steep they couldn't pay them..I am from a coal mining family, my grandfather, my dad and now myself work in the mines..Luckily I am not laid off, but trust me if Obama gets re-elected then we won't have our jobs....I am just asking that you rethink this issue..also he will be taking 1% of all electronically deposited checks for the Obama care..now I don't know about you but I pay enough in taxes, without handing out more of my money to illegal aliens and people who are just to lazy to work...Obama just makes it easy for the ones that don't want to work..Now is any one candidate going to please everyone..no...but if you have to choose the lesser of the two evils, I will vote Romney...
Willard

Bluefield, WV

#11 Sep 24, 2012
no_NO wrote:
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Please tell me your joking about voting for Ohama and your a coal miners..If you want your job then you probably need to rethink that..Obama was on TV stating that he would shut all coal powered electric plants down or make the fines so steep they couldn't pay them..I am from a coal mining family, my grandfather, my dad and now myself work in the mines..Luckily I am not laid off, but trust me if Obama gets re-elected then we won't have our jobs....I am just asking that you rethink this issue..also he will be taking 1% of all electronically deposited checks for the Obama care..now I don't know about you but I pay enough in taxes, without handing out more of my money to illegal aliens and people who are just to lazy to work...Obama just makes it easy for the ones that don't want to work..Now is any one candidate going to please everyone..no...but if you have to choose the lesser of the two evils, I will vote Romney...
You are on the internet so you have some time to look at things and you believe any forwarded email or facebook status you read? Please do the world a favor and NEVER VOTE. You are way too stupid to vote. I am not insulting you, I made a simple and correct assessment of your low intelligence based on everything you wrote being 100% false, ignorant and blatantly stupid. Obama has not put a 1% tax on bank transactions, that is a internet rumor that only morons believe. Obama did not say he wanted to close down ANY coal burning power plants, that is another blatant lie that only a drooling imbecile would believe. Obama has never said anything against Coal in print, radio or TV. You are believing propaganda and lies which means you are too stupid to vote, as a matter of fact it'd be best if you never had children either but if you do please tell them that you are a blithering idiot and for them to be better than you.
Noway

Bluefield, VA

#12 Sep 26, 2012
His ideas are just slightly less insane than Ron Paul's. Let's stick with the sane person.
jlch1977

Bluefield, WV

#13 Oct 2, 2012
counting days wrote:
romney just wants want more money to hide ,,,if he gets it poor people won't have a chance to live ,,make sure he doesn't get it
I feel bad for anyone who doesn't have much however that being said I think people should get out and find a job and not expect hand outs. I think a good look at the economy says a lot. Obama has done nothing he said he would do and it will only get worse when our electric bills are tripled what they are now in the future.
Homey

Clay, WV

#14 Oct 4, 2012
Obama sure looked bad last night in the debate. Maybe a few more golf games after he leaves office will help. He couldn't answer to any question last night. He doesn't have anything to run on and you could tell it.
Debate

Goode, VA

#15 Oct 4, 2012
Willard wrote:
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You are on the internet so you have some time to look at things and you believe any forwarded email or facebook status you read? Please do the world a favor and NEVER VOTE. You are way too stupid to vote. I am not insulting you, I made a simple and correct assessment of your low intelligence based on everything you wrote being 100% false, ignorant and blatantly stupid. Obama has not put a 1% tax on bank transactions, that is a internet rumor that only morons believe. Obama did not say he wanted to close down ANY coal burning power plants, that is another blatant lie that only a drooling imbecile would believe. Obama has never said anything against Coal in print, radio or TV. You are believing propaganda and lies which means you are too stupid to vote, as a matter of fact it'd be best if you never had children either but if you do please tell them that you are a blithering idiot and for them to be better than you.
You're right on the "money" here!That's all Romney's run for the presidecy is all about anyway.Independents or Democrats that would vote for Romney,must be disillusioned,thinking Romney will change laws that will make them instant millionaires!Ha,aha,aha.I can see Republicans voting for Romney,as it's a tradition for them to vote Republican,like my tradition is to vote Democratic!
You have no idea

Blacksburg, VA

#16 Oct 5, 2012
common sense wrote:
don't like what he has said about raiding railroad retirement
That is a false rumor: http://www.aboutmittromney.com/railroad-retir...
no_NO

Charleston, WV

#17 Oct 16, 2012
Willard wrote:
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You are on the internet so you have some time to look at things and you believe any forwarded email or facebook status you read? Please do the world a favor and NEVER VOTE. You are way too stupid to vote. I am not insulting you, I made a simple and correct assessment of your low intelligence based on everything you wrote being 100% false, ignorant and blatantly stupid. Obama has not put a 1% tax on bank transactions, that is a internet rumor that only morons believe. Obama did not say he wanted to close down ANY coal burning power plants, that is another blatant lie that only a drooling imbecile would believe. Obama has never said anything against Coal in print, radio or TV. You are believing propaganda and lies which means you are too stupid to vote, as a matter of fact it'd be best if you never had children either but if you do please tell them that you are a blithering idiot and for them to be better than you.
NO.1- The 1% Bank Transations is true, it is part of the Obama Care. If you have anything to do with banking you would know this.
NO.2- Obama being against Coal burning Power Plants is all over the news, radio and Tv..You must not be listening to the news or radio.
I will not lower myself to your standards by insulting your intellengience, or lack of...I will not call you names nor belittle your children or future children.God deals with each and everyone in his own manner. Have a wonderful day and God Bless you and your family...
Straley

Princeton, WV

#18 Oct 17, 2012
There are fact checking websites dedicated to stopping misinformation from spreading.

Obama wasn't on TV saying he would shut down coal plants, he was edited to be saying that for the attack ad against Tomblin.

Please, go to Factcheck.org or Politifact.com and review both candidates.

Republican presidential candidates seem to think tax cuts are the appropriate response to every conceivable economic situation: Surplus, tax cut. Deficit, tax cut. Economic boom, tax cut. Recession, tax cut. Canada cut its corporate tax rate by a third when the recession started and they've had the same anemic job growth rate we have. The investor class having more capital doesn't do anything if they don't think they can turn a profit by investing it. They need a market for their products. That means consumers need buying power, and that means more economic stability at the bottom.

I wish we had two political ideologies to choose from, but if you paid attention to the debt-ceiling crisis, you know that we have one political party interested in actual governance and one party that's not. You don't get to choose between conservative and progressive values because you have to choose between governance and insanity.

I know a lot of young people look at Obama's record in the past four years and don't find it particularly inspiring. And I guess it's not, relative to our expectations. But four years ago, homosexuals could not openly serve in the military, immigrants who were brought to this country as infants and knew no other home were being deported, and sick people had to fight for treatment if they had the misfortune of being unable to afford insurance when they got sick. Now those are relics of the past. And I wouldn't call that inspiring--I'd call these changes the baseline of a decent society. And they're the kinds of things we still wouldn't have under a different administration.

I still don't know if I'll vote for President Obama.

That entirely depends on Mitt. I need specifics on his tax plan which he has yet to offer us. As it stands, his plan is to raise the amount middle class families pay out each year by $2,000 or more by eliminating or limiting deductions. Tax cuts won't affect middle income earners as drastically as high earners, and I already pay a higher percentage than Mitt himself while my families earnings aren't even in triple digits.

As I said, please check out the facts before you rebuke my statement, and have a great day.
no_NO

Charleston, WV

#19 Oct 17, 2012
Straley wrote:
There are fact checking websites dedicated to stopping misinformation from spreading.
Obama wasn't on TV saying he would shut down coal plants, he was edited to be saying that for the attack ad against Tomblin.
Please, go to Factcheck.org or Politifact.com and review both candidates.
Republican presidential candidates seem to think tax cuts are the appropriate response to every conceivable economic situation: Surplus, tax cut. Deficit, tax cut. Economic boom, tax cut. Recession, tax cut. Canada cut its corporate tax rate by a third when the recession started and they've had the same anemic job growth rate we have. The investor class having more capital doesn't do anything if they don't think they can turn a profit by investing it. They need a market for their products. That means consumers need buying power, and that means more economic stability at the bottom.
I wish we had two political ideologies to choose from, but if you paid attention to the debt-ceiling crisis, you know that we have one political party interested in actual governance and one party that's not. You don't get to choose between conservative and progressive values because you have to choose between governance and insanity.
I know a lot of young people look at Obama's record in the past four years and don't find it particularly inspiring. And I guess it's not, relative to our expectations. But four years ago, homosexuals could not openly serve in the military, immigrants who were brought to this country as infants and knew no other home were being deported, and sick people had to fight for treatment if they had the misfortune of being unable to afford insurance when they got sick. Now those are relics of the past. And I wouldn't call that inspiring--I'd call these changes the baseline of a decent society. And they're the kinds of things we still wouldn't have under a different administration.
I still don't know if I'll vote for President Obama.
That entirely depends on Mitt. I need specifics on his tax plan which he has yet to offer us. As it stands, his plan is to raise the amount middle class families pay out each year by $2,000 or more by eliminating or limiting deductions. Tax cuts won't affect middle income earners as drastically as high earners, and I already pay a higher percentage than Mitt himself while my families earnings aren't even in triple digits.
As I said, please check out the facts before you rebuke my statement, and have a great day.
Obama called for Bankrupting Coal-Fired Power Plants, you can view this on YouTube,but I am sorry that I failed to mention that he first made this statement in 2008, but that is one campaign promise he has kept...I won't even attempt at stating my views on gays and illegal's...but the elderly, I do feel sorry for those and they are the ones that need the help,but can't get it because our systems is overloaded by illegal's and people that dont' want to work.Obamacare will not provide that care for the elderly..
Socialism does not work....Look at England and Canada...You make very good points.
Cowboy Willard

Princeton, WV

#20 Oct 17, 2012
no_NO wrote:
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NO.1- The 1% Bank Transations is true, it is part of the Obama Care. If you have anything to do with banking you would know this.
NO.2- Obama being against Coal burning Power Plants is all over the news, radio and Tv..You must not be listening to the news or radio.
I will not lower myself to your standards by insulting your intellengience, or lack of...I will not call you names nor belittle your children or future children.God deals with each and everyone in his own manner. Have a wonderful day and God Bless you and your family...
Provide links to these things. You are truly dumber than shit.
The 1% bank transaction thing is an internet rumor, there is absolutely no truth whatsoever in any way shape or form to that rumor.
Obama has said exactly ZERO things against Coal and he has done no legislation that harms Coal in any way shape or form.

You are completely misinformed and you have exactly ZERO "intellengience". I will await your links to WorldNutdaily and GlennBeckcocaineuser.com

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