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?
#21 Sep 30, 2012
41 Million Tea Party Supporters Set to Vote
The Tea Party is regularly ridiculed and declared "dead" by the mainstream press and their elitist allies in Washington and Hollywood. Not surprisingly, when Tea Partiers show up and rally by the thousands, they get all but ignored, while 30 Occupy Wall Street crazies in masks will always get wall-to-wall coverage and admiration. TV shows and movies take cheap shots at Tea Party conservatives, often linking them to murder-of-the-week cases on insipid crime procedurals or dismissing them as “birthers.” But a new Associated Press poll shows tea party supporters may have the last laugh in November.
The AP/GFK poll shows that 31% of likely voters consider themselves Tea Party supporters. With 131 million votes cast in the 2008 elections, that translates into an incredible voting bloc of 41 million Tea Party supporters waiting to cast ballots. These voters have already made their voices heard in Wisconsin earlier this year, as well as in Republican primaries in Texas and Nebraska.
That 31% of likely voters figure is greater than the 19% who described themselves as either strongly or somewhat liberal. Surprisingly, liberals have escaped media characterization as being a small, fringe-like group with little power or influence. At 19% of likely voters, self-described liberals would have a turnout of 25 million voters, some 16 million fewer voters than the Tea Party.
The good news for Mitt Romney and other Republican hopefuls is that the Tea Party supporters also appear ready to turn out in much higher numbers than all other voters. For instance, while they only made up 23% of the initial polling sample, which was a sample of all adults, their numbers improve as unlikely voters were removed by the AP from the data. When unregistered and unlikely voters were taken out of the poll, their share of the vote increased by 35%, to nearly one-third of the voting population.
Meanwhile, self-described liberals fell 11% from the initial sample to the likely voter sample, while moderates increased by 3% and conservatives increased by 8%. This enthusiasm gap could make the difference in November. Once unregistered and unlikely voters were removed from the AP poll sample, Obama’s share of the vote plummeted by 10%, while Romney’s share of the vote increased by 28%. That support is driven, of course, by a supposedly dead movement. Overall, the poll shows a statistical tie with Obama at 47%, and Romney at 46%.
#22 Sep 30, 2012
Ann Romney says her biggest concern for Mitt if he became president would be his 'mental well-being'???? That is not the person i want running this country, and it doesn't matter who becomes president we are still in the hole and the economy will still be on the fritz. I am ashamed of how we went from a surplus with Clinton to this...Bush screwed us and Obama can't fix it, and Romney might have a mental break down according to his wife. The rich do not care about us middle and lower classes...you know,we are the ones that actually account for most of their profits!?
#23 Sep 30, 2012
None of this debate matters. New York is not a swing state. Obama will win no matter what.
#24 Oct 1, 2012
Wheres hillary when we need her
#25 Oct 2, 2012
For all you Obama fanciers lets rehash. Dems and Obama wants 12 years of Romneys tax records. This all the while that Obama's records are:
occidental college records SEALED
Columbia records SEALED
Columbia Thesis paper SEALED
Harvard college records SEALED
Selective service registration SEALED
Medical records SEALED
Illinois state senate schedule SEALED
'''''' Records SEALED
Law practice client list SEALED
BAPTISM RECORD SEALED
CERTIFIED COPY ORG. BIRTH CERT SEALED
WHY MICHELLE CAN NO LONGER PRACTICE LAW SEALED
FOREIGN STUDENT AID AS COLLEGE STUDENT WHY?
Are you dems that dim? Get a clue.
#26 Oct 2, 2012
Nothing in that list about TAX RETURNS, dumbass!
#27 Oct 2, 2012
Nice. However, even engaging the HUMMER is pointless. It's like discussing semantics with a blowup doll. Like the blowup doll, HUMMER's "purdy mouth" is only good for one thing. By the way, isn't pretty much the entire paper trail of the Bush Presidency sealed? It would be nice to know what we are in for if Bush 3.0 (Romney) gets elected. Maybe we'll be attacked by Yemen and bomb Iran in retaliation. The debate should be epic. Romney couldn't even handle the dumbfucks in his own party during the primaries (all of whom were playing nice). I can't wait to watch Obama tear his ass up. Wasn't even Rick Santorum ahead of this guy at one point. Romney is a joke. Even HUMMER knows it. He supported every other GOP challenger in past threads (look it up). Now he's Romney's boy. Hey HUMMER, whatever happened to you undying devotion to Herman Cain?
#28 Oct 3, 2012
At this point in the game it is what is it is. Americans will either decide to embrace and accept Marxism/Leninism and assimilate under Communism or they won’t. Many people are discounting our Fathers involvement among his people (The house of Israel). However that is the one caveat which Marxists/Leninist never plan for but are always defeated by.
After all is said and done, it will be when those voters go to the booths and think of all the Marxist/Leninist actions this current president has taken which will make them change their mind. They will think of their children and their future and Putin in control in Russia and the unrest in the Middle East and all the discord brought about by Mr Obama and his Czars and they will vote him out of office. Further they will vote the Marxist/Leninist out of the House and the Senate and we will watch as America slowly gains back her even keel.
As we look behind us and see the forced assimilation of America to Marxist/Leninist doctrine (Fundamental Transformation) fade in the rear view mirror, we will consider how political parties are not representative of the will of the the people, and we will move to change their influence forever.
I am not voting for Mr Romney because he is a Republican, I am voting for him because he understands fully accounting and finance, and because he has a history of caring about and for his fellow man, when no one was looking or taking notes.
#29 Oct 3, 2012
somone please help us we are drownding
#30 Oct 4, 2012
Simply put, friends… THIS is what a real MAN looks like. This is how a REAL leader acts. He knows his stuff, he doesn’t have to threaten, insult, badger, lie about, he just states his position and he delivers.
Obama looked like the punk kid with total MIS INFORMATION crammed into his brain. But even OBAMA was better than the RABID DOGS (CUTTER and some chick named Jen Psaki (Obama’s road secretary or something like that = Press Sec. or something) and of course the uber obnoxious Axelrod and the Rodent: Plouffe. BE AWARE that they are now going to (((((SPIN)))))) and try to really HURT ROMNEY now. KEEP PRAYING. KEEP BLOGGIN’…KEEP WORKING HARD FOR HIM in your community. THANK YOU GOD for this REPRIEVE TONIGHT. MITT is clearly Blessed by YOU.
#32 Oct 5, 2012
I couldn't agree more!!!!!!
In the debate, Romney showed America what a real man looks like. He talked and responded like a mature leader. There is ABSOLUTELY NO racial inference here--but Obama is an immature boy who needs to go home to Chicago. His race has nothing to do with his boyhood--we are talking about a total lack of maturity here!
#33 Oct 7, 2012
vote for obama i am
#34 Oct 7, 2012
who gives a dam?
#35 Oct 8, 2012
Are Liberals Becoming Embarrassed By Obama?
Obama's poor debate performance may have shattered some illusions among his supporters in the liberal media elite. Having invested themselves in the illusion of him as the fulfillment of the liberal dream of shattering glass ceilings and pernicious racial stereotypes, his evident lack of preparation felt like a betrayal to some. They are starting to catch on that they bought into an illusion. So they are turning on him.
The comments which follow savaging Obama are worth reading, too. Perhaps, as Cliff Thier suggests, the cover "has brought a very downmarket element to the New Yorker's web site. Very uncouth comments. It's like a motorcycle gang has invaded a bucolic college campus."
Then there is Bill Maher, who famously donated a million dollars to an Obama superPAC. During the debate he tweeted that Obama really does need a teleprompter, and on his latest show joked that Obama took his million bucks and must have spent it all on weed.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/10/s...
#36 Oct 9, 2012
Video: Obamanomics Dismal Record
The economy is suffering from the weakest recovery since the end of World War II, in large part because President Obama has increased the burden of government. This CF&P Foundation mini-documentary also contrasts the economy's anemic performance under Obamanomics with the strong expansion under Reaganomics.
#37 Oct 9, 2012
The New Deal Deal ended the Great Depression, you ignorant asshole. Nothing but Government intervention. That's how it has always been. Austerity has always failed, in any country, in any situation. The stimulus was too small, thanks to GOP obstructionism. Any economist not employed by a right wing media outlet has said the same. Reaganomics = unprecendented expansion of wealth for the already wealthy and nothing but pain and suffering for everyone else. The real facts support my statement and even an inbecile like you knows that. Keep on posting misinformation from the media arm of the Republican (aristocrat) party. It's not like you had any credibility to begin with. Maybe your focus should be on therapy, in order to cure your obsession with sexual activity between minors, you worthless chomo. Leave the thinking to people with intellect. Kinda funny how uneducated, toothless white trash like yourself, get all of you opininons spoon fed to you by a college fail-out drug addict (Rush Limbaugh).
#38 Oct 9, 2012
When it came to recovery, however, the New Deal's performance lagged. It was certainly successful in both short-term relief, and in implementing long-term structural reform. However, the New Deal failed to end the Great Depression. Throughout the decade of the 1930s, unemployment remained brutally high, while economic growth remained painfully slow. Recovery only came about, at last, in Roosevelt's third term, when the heavy demands of mobilization for World War II finally restored the country to full employment. Ironically, then, Adolf Hitler probably did more to end the Great Depression in America than Franklin Roosevelt did.
#39 Oct 10, 2012
Romney Wins in a Landslide -- Las Vegas Oddsmaker Doubles Down on Prediction
By Wayne Allyn Root | Published October 09, 2012 | FoxNews.com
Yes, you read that headline correctly. I am a Las Vegas oddsmaker (and former Libertarian vice presidential candidate) and here's why I am so boldly predicting a Romney landslide.
In November of 2004, only days before the presidential election, I went on CNBC and predicted a Bush victory by 3 points and 30 electoral votes. Every poll at the time showed Kerry in the lead. Bush won by 3 and 35. Newsmax magazine called it the most accurate prediction of 2004.
In October of 2006, I went on Fox News to predict the GOP would get slaughtered in the midterm election and lose Congress. They did.
In December 2011, before the GOP primary, I predicted Mitt Romney would win the GOP presidential nomination and go on to win the presidency. For the next few months, Romney trailed by a wide margin to a range of contenders -- Donald Trump, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum. It seemed no one wanted Mitt for president. It seemed no one believed in Mitt. No one, that is, except this Las Vegas oddsmaker and capitalist evangelist.
Fast forward to Spring 2012 after Romney clinched the GOP nomination, but trailed in every poll to President Obama. I boldly predicted a Mitt Romney landslide on Election Day, November 6.
Fast forward to June 2012, when experts predicted a defeat for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in his recall election. Unions were pouring unheard of sums into the race in a longtime Democratic state that welcomes union rights. I boldly predicted a Walker landslide victory of 7 to 10 points. He won by exactly 7 (despite reported Democratic voter irregularities).
For the past month, as Mitt Romney trailed badly in almost every poll, especially in the all-important battleground states, I continued to predict a big Romney victory. Today I’m making it official:
I’m doubling down. Mitt Romney will win the presidency, and it won’t be close.
Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/2012-election/2012/...
The midterm elections in 2010 were ominous, ended up in a shellacking for democrats. Has anything changed since then? No. In fact, we know more about Obamacare now....and it's turning out to be a big lie from what Obama promised. If Americans see that, and have the same angry attitude as in 2010, Obama is in trouble.
#40 Oct 14, 2012
Oh boy, it's Dickie......start spewing your crapola.
#41 Oct 15, 2012
Romney won the first debate, even though his "facts" didn't check out. Obama was sluggish and appeared tongue tied and uncomfortable. Romney stuck to his game plan and smirked with confidence when Obama spoke. There I admitted it. Now it's time for you teabaggers to admit that Biden put a complete ass whoopin' on Ryan. How about it HUMMER and No Balls?
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