Romney-Ryan Debate - Lowville, NY
Discuss the national Romney-Ryan debate in Lowville, NY.
Are you happy that Romney picked Paul Ryan as his VP?
#1 Aug 17, 2012
Ryan is a budget expert. Perhaps he can help us get out of this fiscal mess the left wing muslim nut has gotten us into!
#2 Aug 18, 2012
they all want us to vote for them and they get in and guess what /then they start lieing that real cute no im not voteing for rommy or ryan
#3 Aug 22, 2012
1. Big-spender Bush, with his unfunded, stupid wars, got us into the fiscal mess after Clinton had this country in a surplus. Obama's plans saved us. Things aren't pretty, but we'd be in full-fledge depression if it wasn't for his decisions.
2. For the thousandth time, the president is not a muslim (not that it fu@king matters if he was). Stop watching FoxNews, you tool.
3. Your beloved Paul Ryan voted for Obama's stimulus package, and his Mediscare reform plan doesn't explain how it'll be paid for. Some genius.
#4 Aug 31, 2012
You haven't got a brain or a place to put one. Bush? Obama has put us in debt deeper than Bush's wildest dreams! Do you know who the stupidest people in the world are? Rachael Maddow and Chris Matthews. Keep watching MSNBC you idiot.
#5 Sep 3, 2012
Bush left the wars off the books while he was in office. It's the truth, no matter how much you want to cry like babies about it. Another fact: The housing crash and the Great Recssion began while he was in office. Any economist not being paid by a right wing media outlet will tell you that the economy would be far worse if not for the stimulus. Most would agree it was too small. Another fact: the Romney/Ryan tax plan will raise taxes on middle class households over $2000 dollars a year whild giving more perks to the already filthy rich. Those tax cuts for the rich sure did create a boom already right? You don't need to watch MSNBC to know these basic truths. And yes, Ryan's "budget" would have destroyed Medicare and turned it into a voucher program. No way of getting around it, no matter how much Fox you watch. No, you don't need to watch MSNBC to know these simple truths, you just have to be a reasonable human being whose head isn't flopping around in your colon. Foreign policy? Was it Obama that got thousands of troops killed over imaginary weapons? Was it Bush that brought Bin Laden to justice? Romney/Ryan = Bush/Cheney 2.0. Ryan is what Sarah Palin would be with average intellect. Vote for this ticket at your own peril. Tell me when you retire how far you can stretch those vouchers. Oh yeah, and what about those tax records. You ignorant racist fucks sure made a big stink about a Birth Cerificate. Why not tax records?
#6 Sep 6, 2012
Hey Dickless,I have some questions for you. Since you are the resident self proclaimed genius here--surely you'll know the answers. Why isn't Gitmo closed? Obama promised! Why aren't we bringing those terrorists to trial here in America--maybe in Washington DC or perhaps NYC? Didn't he tell us that was the right thing to do? Why was waterboarding an act of torture when Obama has authorized the use of drones that have killed inocent people who haven't done a damn thing? Why are there US troops still in Afghanistan? Has he asked Putin about the feasibility of that? Who was really responsible for the housing crash that brought on this recession? I know the answers. Do you? I doubt it since you alternate having your head up Chris's and Rachael's rear ends. By the way, wasn't Clint Eastwood great? What a patriot!
#7 Sep 6, 2012
Your name fits. I have some of the same questions as you. Will Romney close Gitmo? I have plenty of issues with Obama. I am not in favor of the drone wars either. Waterboarding is torture, as defined by the Geneva Convention. Don't think so? Why don't you volunteer to have it done to you? I want the troops out of Afghanistan. Romney wants to invade Iran! The banks and deregulation were responsible for the housing crash. That happened on Bush's watch. Romney/Ryan are pushing the same agenda that caused the entire meltdown and deficit exploding tax cuts for the wealthy, which have been proven not to stimulate job growth. I don't watch cable news of any kind. It's all a bunch of corporate filtered crap! I don't support everything the President has done. Not by a long shot, especially not dealing with SUPERPACS! I will hold my nose and vote for him, knowing that the alternative is far worse. That's pretty much the gist of it. I support Medicare and fair taxation. The GOP stands for neither.
#8 Sep 8, 2012
Dick Gozinya Lowville, NY wrote;
I don't watch cable news of any kind. It's all a bunch of corporate filtered crap!
You and I know both know that is complete B.S.every word you post is a democratic talking point , And if it wasn’t for the malpractice of the National Socialist Media (CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, PBS) Obama would have been vetted in the public square and never would have been elected.
#9 Sep 8, 2012
THE MAJOR TURNING POINTS IN THIS ELECTION TO DATE:
Here is a short list of mistakes made by the Obama Campaign. These moves will have a definite impact of the outcome of this election:
1. Obama changes his position on gay marriage for the third time - the motive was too obvious to be effective. His 'evolution' was political rather than being personal.
2. Obama signs an executive order protecting Eric Holder in the 'Fast & Furious' scandal - the motive forthis was too obvious. There's obviously something damaging to both of them that he needs to hide.
3. Obama guts Clinton's Welfare Reform via executive fiat - again bypassing Congress to impose HIS will on the nation - the motive, again, was too obvious. He wants a nation of Takers rather than a nation of Makers.
4. Obama mandates FREE contraceptives and abortifacients, violating an individual's personal andreligious freedoms, guaranteed by the Constitution - the motive, once again, was too obvious.
5. Obama signs another executive order to create a 'carve-out' for a specialized group of illegal immigrants. This executive fiat - again bypassing Congress - is an executive order which provides a mini-version of the Dream Act.
6. Democrat mayors in major American cities come out threatening to ban Chick-fil-A restaurants in their cities. Obama says nothing about these actions.
7. An Obama Super-Pac puts out an ad blaming Mitt Romney for the death of the wife of a steel worker. This ad is so low - and so flawed - that it is attacked by people across the political spectrum.
8. Harry Reid takes to the U.S. Senate floor to accuse Mitt Romney of not paying taxes for the past ten years. He has no validation - no support - no proof of his allegation, but the Democrats double-down on his accusation.
Obama's actions over the past several months provide a window into his soul - and it's really ugly in there. He provides a steady drip-drip-drip of Marxist values which provide a clear contrast to Mitt Romney - whatever you may think of him. It becomes clearer and clearer every day that almost anyone who is breathing would be better for this country than Barack Obama.
#10 Sep 8, 2012
Oh look, stupid is back. Run out of kiddie porn?
#11 Sep 8, 2012
He certainly is. Glad to see you Dickie.
The Hammer neglected to mention that 2/3 vote (what a joke) at the convention to put God back into the Democratic platform. That was all about politics. It was done under Obama's direction. It was a majority voice vote and those who opposed were obviously in the majority. Everything about Obama and his crew is about political correctness and political pandering. As Clint Eastwood said, when someone ain't doing the job, we just have to let them go. I'm sure there will be an unemployment check for Obama if he needs it. He'd take it too...he's a big believer in public assistance you know.
#12 Sep 8, 2012
Really dickey boy, is that the best you can do? But who defend the undefinable ....
Obama Campaign Stumbles on 'Are You Better Off?'
Once again, Republicans are asking, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" And once again, Democrats have had a hard time coming up with an answer.
The question put President Obama's team on the defensive. But in the end, voters will have the final say.
It's the classic question that sunk Jimmy Carter in 1980 when Ronald Reagan asked, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
Like Reagan, presidential candidate Mitt Romney presented the issue to the American people.
"This president can ask us to be patient," Romney said at the Republican National Convention. "This president can tell us it was someone else's fault. This president can tell us that the next four years he'll get it right. But this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office."
Top aides to President Obama and supporters struggled to answer the question over the weekend.
"Are we where we need to be? No," David Axelrod, an Obama aide, said.
"We have a lot more work to do," Obama adviser David Plouffe said.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said, "No, that's not the question of this election."
#13 Sep 8, 2012
Dipchit United States check this out ;obama with his handout again . Why next it will be Your first born child,
"you know to work at his summer camp."
Judge: Family’s $80 Million Gold Coin Collection Belongs to Uncle Sam
A judge has ruled that ten rare gold coins worth roughly $80 million belong to the U.S. government, not the family that possessed them, according to ABC News.
In 2003 Joan Langbord and two other family members opened a safety deposit box that belonged to Langbord’s father, Philadelphia coin dealer Israel Switt, and found the valuable collection. When they asked the Philadelphia Mint to authenticate the find, the coins were apparently seized without compensation and taken to Fort Knox.
The 1933 Saint-Gaudens double eagle is “one of the most sought-after rarities in history,” according to Courthouse News. Originally valued at $20 each, one owned by King Farouk of Egypt reportedly sold for as much as $7.5 million at a Sotheby’s auction in 2002.
The Langbords unsuccessfully sued the government in 2011, alleging that the coins are rightfully theirs, and now they have the appeal.
Jacqueline Romero, assistant U.S. attorney in Philadelphia, explained that the coins legally belonged to the government after Franklin Delano Roosevelt ordered citizens to exchange their gold for cash in an effort to keep the banks afloat during the Great Depression.
“Those coins were all in a vault and were supposed to be melted,” she asserted.
#14 Sep 11, 2012
Hateful assumptions...another reason I won't vote GOP. I don't watch TV. I read. I read articles from sources across the political spectrum, then I make up my own mind.
You're drinking the GOP Kool-aid if you think Bush's hands are clean when it comes to our current economic troubles.
#15 Sep 27, 2012
i would not vote for a republican if somebody gave me a zillion dollars
#16 Sep 27, 2012
Obama Has Already Lost, and He Doesn't Even Know It
Barack Obama is a lame-duck president already, but he probably doesn't realize it since he is surrounded by leftist zealots who insulate him from any contrary opinions and shielded by the partisan mainstream media. Obama's popularity began falling right after his election, and the percentage disapproving has exceeded those approving steadily since 2009. Each and every voting bloc that supported him in 2008 has eroded by at least 10 points -- even the African-American voters, with independents and young voters dropping by over 30 points. Approval on major issues (economy, budget, deficit, employment, etc.) has also eroded, with disapproval exceeding approval ratings across the board.
Despite approval ratings lower than any president's in recent history, the media push-polls are trying to sell us the idea that Obama is well liked and has a good chance to be re-elected, meanwhile ignoring any and all facts that do not support their partisan message. The good news is that there has been a mass awakening of the American people, who now realize that the mainstream media has a decided leftist tilt and that media polls can no longer be trusted.
#17 Sep 27, 2012
But you will vote for obama for a free cell phone RIGHT ......
#18 Sep 27, 2012
Maybe that's because you are too stupid to do anything as smart as that. Where does a "croghan man' live? In the Arlington or the Beehive? Maybe the smoke is clouding your mental faculties.
#19 Sep 27, 2012
Are you and Harry Bawls still strokin' one another?
#20 Sep 27, 2012
The primary culprit in the economic trouble we are currently in is none other than Barney Fag. It has been exacerbated by the left wing loony who currently occupies the White House and props up his ghetto feet on the desk that good men once sat behind. The left wing media uses Bush as a scapegoat, but Barney is the man. The Repubs wanted to deal with Freddie and Fannie long before the $hit hit the fan, but Barney successfully blocked the effort.
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