Romney-Ryan Debate - Campton, KY

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joker

West Liberty, KY

#1 Aug 31, 2012
smart choice.
Bodiddly

Frenchburg, KY

#2 Sep 12, 2012
Romney, the smart choice? The outsource job king as president with an actual unemployment rate at 25%? Go for it.
oh my

West Liberty, KY

#3 Sep 15, 2012
no no no way we dont need these people in office
lph

Bronx, NY

#4 Sep 15, 2012
I fear that voters have not done enough reseach on this election. Romney/Ryan could be a devastating choice. This country is beginng a very slow process of getting back on it's feet after two wars and an economic breakdown. We simply cannot afford to go back to trickle down economics that was a total failure. Women and minority rights would be obliterated. The poor and disenfranchised would be forgotten. Tolerance would become a distant memory.
This is not opinion - read the Ryan budget, listen to the speeches, and listen to those who support them - it is truly frightening.
voter

West Liberty, KY

#5 Sep 17, 2012
because it will probably get him beat!
vote with ur brain

West Liberty, KY

#6 Sep 17, 2012
lph wrote:
I fear that voters have not done enough reseach on this election. Romney/Ryan could be a devastating choice. This country is beginng a very slow process of getting back on it's feet after two wars and an economic breakdown. We simply cannot afford to go back to trickle down economics that was a total failure. Women and minority rights would be obliterated. The poor and disenfranchised would be forgotten. Tolerance would become a distant memory.
This is not opinion - read the Ryan budget, listen to the speeches, and listen to those who support them - it is truly frightening.
exactly! couldnt be said any better!
Mee Heet

West Liberty, KY

#7 Sep 18, 2012
smart guy!!
More Frightening

West Liberty, KY

#8 Sep 19, 2012
lph wrote:
I fear that voters have not done enough reseach on this election. Romney/Ryan could be a devastating choice. This country is beginng a very slow process of getting back on it's feet after two wars and an economic breakdown. We simply cannot afford to go back to trickle down economics that was a total failure. Women and minority rights would be obliterated. The poor and disenfranchised would be forgotten. Tolerance would become a distant memory.
This is not opinion - read the Ryan budget, listen to the speeches, and listen to those who support them - it is truly frightening.
What's more frightening is if Obama wins and people who are young and able don't start getting up off of their asses and helping take care of themselves and a foreign country takes us over.
no no no way

West Liberty, KY

#9 Sep 19, 2012
give Obama a chance he has done some in this 4 years. h it will take more then 4 years to pull out of this mess .the REP. party had 8 years . to put us where we are at now . and Romney wont do us any good . listen closley to his speaches, then come back and see where you stand. ok
lph

West Liberty, KY

#10 Sep 19, 2012
The fact that some young people - and not so young - are unwilling to take responsibility for themselves has very little, if nothing, to do with President Obama. Welfare has been in effect many decades and I suspect it will continue no matter who the President is. Funding is done through Congress, not the President. Why aren't you upset with them??
We all know that President Obama doesn't condone laziness and depending on the government. That is something that the Republicans attempt to pound into our heads at every turn because it works politically. We are smarter than that - or at least, we should be.
We are not going to be taken over by some other country. If we were in that vulnerable position, I can assure you that Mitt Romney can't help that - he is absolutely clueless about foreign policy. He doesn't even know that Israel has socialized medicine. He wants to "kick the can" down the road on Mid-East conflicts and hope it works itself out - are you serious - who could be that stupid? He doesn't even know that Iran has their own coastline on the Caspian Sea. He is one of the few candidates that makes Sarah Palin look smart - how scary is that?
What amazes me that there are so many of the "47%" that he speaks of are going to vote for him because they are not even aware that they receive government assessment or even worse, don't know that he is denigrating them. Sad, sad.
More Frightening

West Liberty, KY

#11 Sep 19, 2012
lph wrote:
The fact that some young people - and not so young - are unwilling to take responsibility for themselves has very little, if nothing, to do with President Obama. Welfare has been in effect many decades and I suspect it will continue no matter who the President is. Funding is done through Congress, not the President. Why aren't you upset with them??
We all know that President Obama doesn't condone laziness and depending on the government. That is something that the Republicans attempt to pound into our heads at every turn because it works politically. We are smarter than that - or at least, we should be.
We are not going to be taken over by some other country. If we were in that vulnerable position, I can assure you that Mitt Romney can't help that - he is absolutely clueless about foreign policy. He doesn't even know that Israel has socialized medicine. He wants to "kick the can" down the road on Mid-East conflicts and hope it works itself out - are you serious - who could be that stupid? He doesn't even know that Iran has their own coastline on the Caspian Sea. He is one of the few candidates that makes Sarah Palin look smart - how scary is that?
What amazes me that there are so many of the "47%" that he speaks of are going to vote for him because they are not even aware that they receive government assessment or even worse, don't know that he is denigrating them. Sad, sad.
Obama is just talented with words but there's no substance behind them. He will say whatever he has to in order to get re-elected. He'll borrow whatever it takes to stay in there. He plays on the less educated and disadvantaged people by promising them benefits. Does he really care about their and our country's future?
lph

West Liberty, KY

#12 Sep 19, 2012
I find it so interesting that Republicans and Mitt Romeny are complaining about the 47 percent that depend on the government for everything and say they are Obama supporters. In this 2012 election, Mitt Romney will win by large double digits because of votes from these people - here in Kentucky. They will vote for him because they are afraid of their guns being taken away, they oppose same-sex marriage, carry their Bibles everywhere, are anti-abortion, think he cares about the coal industry. The less educated, the more likely you are to vote for Mitt Romney - that is not speculation - that is a fact. Look at the polls here in Kentucky. The Red States, where more money comes back into the state from taxes than is paid in, will all vote Romney.
He is denigrating the very people that are supporting him. The Blue states get less back than they pay in, median income is higher, the voters are more educated. Not very smart on his part, seems to me. What if some of those people start listening to what he is saying and actually figure it out!!
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West Liberty, KY

#13 Sep 19, 2012
lph wrote:
I find it so interesting that Republicans and Mitt Romeny are complaining about the 47 percent that depend on the government for everything and say they are Obama supporters. In this 2012 election, Mitt Romney will win by large double digits because of votes from these people - here in Kentucky. They will vote for him because they are afraid of their guns being taken away, they oppose same-sex marriage, carry their Bibles everywhere, are anti-abortion, think he cares about the coal industry. The less educated, the more likely you are to vote for Mitt Romney - that is not speculation - that is a fact. Look at the polls here in Kentucky. The Red States, where more money comes back into the state from taxes than is paid in, will all vote Romney.

He is denigrating the very people that are supporting him. The Blue states get less back than they pay in, median income is higher, the voters are more educated. Not very smart on his part, seems to me. What if some of those people start listening to what he is saying and actually figure it out!!
He wasn't denigrating them. He was just stating that there were those people who had already made up their minds to vote for Obama, such as people who might be scared of losing their benefits, and that he probably needn't spend a lot of time trying to convince them otherwise since they already had their minds made up. This scaredness has been brought on by the lies of the Obama campaign. Mitt Romney addressed the subject early on. He said that the people who had little would be taken care of. He's only wanting our country to bring our jobs back, be able to use our own natural resources and try to enable all of us to have a better and more secure future. I hope his opponents' scare tactics and turning every word that comes out of his mouth upside down doesn't knock us out of all that!
lph

West Liberty, KY

#14 Sep 19, 2012
You missed the entire point - a lot of those 47 percent are voting for Mitt Romney. They are not voting for President Obama. He is denigrating the very people that are voting for him - plain and simple.
Of course, not all of them are, but a lot of those very people that he is talking about are right here in Wolfe County and they are voting Romney/Ryan. I know because they tell me that and they are some of the poorest and the ones that benefit the most from government help. They are voting on social issues - not their own best interest. They are either stupid or have extreme heart-felt convictions about abortion, same-sex marriage, etc.
More Frightening

West Liberty, KY

#15 Sep 20, 2012
lph wrote:
You missed the entire point - a lot of those 47 percent are voting for Mitt Romney. They are not voting for President Obama. He is denigrating the very people that are voting for him - plain and simple.
Of course, not all of them are, but a lot of those very people that he is talking about are right here in Wolfe County and they are voting Romney/Ryan. I know because they tell me that and they are some of the poorest and the ones that benefit the most from government help. They are voting on social issues - not their own best interest. They are either stupid or have extreme heart-felt convictions about abortion, same-sex marriage, etc.
Well they probably are and that's good. I just wish everyone would quit twisting everything Mitt says around trying to confuse the people. The thing is, when Mitt says something sometimes he just hasn't prepared as well as Obama for what is coming out of his mouth and it might not sound as smoooooooooth but probably is a whole lot more truthful than anything Obama says.
lol

West Liberty, KY

#16 Sep 23, 2012
lph wrote:
The fact that some young people - and not so young - are unwilling to take responsibility for themselves has very little, if nothing, to do with President Obama. Welfare has been in effect many decades and I suspect it will continue no matter who the President is. Funding is done through Congress, not the President. Why aren't you upset with them??
We all know that President Obama doesn't condone laziness and depending on the government. That is something that the Republicans attempt to pound into our heads at every turn because it works politically. We are smarter than that - or at least, we should be.
We are not going to be taken over by some other country. If we were in that vulnerable position, I can assure you that Mitt Romney can't help that - he is absolutely clueless about foreign policy. He doesn't even know that Israel has socialized medicine. He wants to "kick the can" down the road on Mid-East conflicts and hope it works itself out - are you serious - who could be that stupid? He doesn't even know that Iran has their own coastline on the Caspian Sea. He is one of the few candidates that makes Sarah Palin look smart - how scary is that?
What amazes me that there are so many of the "47%" that he speaks of are going to vote for him because they are not even aware that they receive government assessment or even worse, don't know that he is denigrating them. Sad, sad.
Just like bush started off with good leadership during the trade tower attacks. he fuked us in his last four years. i encourage you to watch the movie2016. Its obama making quotes in this movie as he reads his book. we will be truly screwed. wait and see. anyhow obama care kicks in next year. i cant wait to hear the complaints from those that work and still cant afford healrhcare. the shite will hit the fan. so fluck the republicans and thier morals. we wanna learn from a big ol' anticolonialism mistake. elect obama 2012 and lets get the misery over with quicker. our country has just about ran its course anyhow. and i for one am going to miss it.
More Frightened

West Liberty, KY

#17 Sep 23, 2012
lol wrote:
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Just like bush started off with good leadership during the trade tower attacks. he fuked us in his last four years. i encourage you to watch the movie2016. Its obama making quotes in this movie as he reads his book. we will be truly screwed. wait and see. anyhow obama care kicks in next year. i cant wait to hear the complaints from those that work and still cant afford healrhcare. the shite will hit the fan. so fluck the republicans and thier morals. we wanna learn from a big ol' anticolonialism mistake. elect obama 2012 and lets get the misery over with quicker. our country has just about ran its course anyhow. and i for one am going to miss it.
Yeah, we'll all miss it if we're taken over and stranded all over hell and creation.
Seriously

West Liberty, KY

#18 Sep 23, 2012
So many people are simply unable to realize that they are being played. The 2016 movie that is presently in theatres is nothing more than propoganda - pure and simple.
Not liking President Obama's policies are fair game, but outright lies and distortions are nothing more than a desperate Republican party attempting to control your thoughts and your mind.
But, hey, if people are stupid enough to fall for it and it works, it is very little wonder why they do it.
no no no way

West Liberty, KY

#19 Sep 26, 2012
like i said WE do not need the REP. party to take over office !!!! simple fact ! i will campain aganst them 100 percent , even though i use to be one Ramney has runt this office ! he can not even talk stright !
Puzzled

West Liberty, KY

#20 Sep 27, 2012
no no no way wrote:
like i said WE do not need the REP. party to take over office !!!! simple fact ! i will campain aganst them 100 percent , even though i use to be one Ramney has runt this office ! he can not even talk stright !
Wouldn't you rather have someone who could actually "DO" something or do you just like to hear someone rambling?

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