Romney-Ryan Debate - Ogdensburg, NY

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

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Since: Oct 12

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#2 Oct 14, 2012
What's to explain ...young, smart, knows the numbers,good looking guy, smart move all the way around , he loves America
retired_lovingit

Syracuse, NY

#3 Oct 14, 2012
jessejess53 wrote:
What's to explain ...young, smart, knows the numbers,good looking guy, smart move all the way around , he loves America
I don't think Eddie Munster is all that you give him credit for. He's a punk.

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#4 Oct 14, 2012
who is talking about Eddie Munster? We are talking about the poll with Romney picking Ryan for a running mate. where do you get Eddie Munster from? lmao try to stay with us on this ok

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Delft, Netherlands

#5 Oct 14, 2012
look at these kids harvesting weed in holland!

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#6 Oct 14, 2012
VideosForAllTV wrote:
look at these kids harvesting weed in holland!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =UBFUYCJIBb4XX
Way to stay on topic , shows what is important to you, smoking weed.....lol

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Delft, Netherlands

#7 Oct 14, 2012
jessejess53 wrote:
<quoted text>Way to stay on topic , shows what is important to you, smoking weed.....lol
not the smoking is important lol but the harvesting & selling!
Just sayin

Lake Placid, NY

#8 Oct 14, 2012
Ryan does look like Eddie Munster! He's just a poor little rich kid born with a silver spoon in his mouth along with Romney. They will NOT look out for the middle class or working poor!

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#10 Oct 15, 2012
Just sayin wrote:
Ryan does look like Eddie Munster! He's just a poor little rich kid born with a silver spoon in his mouth along with Romney. They will NOT look out for the middle class or working poor!
And looking like someone makes him a bad person and you begrudge him because he has money. You should do a bit of research before you say things, Obama is also rich. And WE simply are not better off than we were ...I voted Obama but never will I do that again he is trying to turn us into something like France ,or maybe even Cuba. He has dropped the ball with Libya...he has taken moneys from other countries to help get him reelected....read up some, be an informed voter .I am sure your a smart person, research the REAL facts he is a socialist and wants this country to be the same. Free enterprise is always better than a government run everything.
retired_lovingit

Syracuse, NY

#11 Oct 15, 2012
jessejess53 wrote:
<quoted text>And looking like someone makes him a bad person and you begrudge him because he has money. You should do a bit of research before you say things, Obama is also rich. And WE simply are not better off than we were ...I voted Obama but never will I do that again he is trying to turn us into something like France ,or maybe even Cuba. He has dropped the ball with Libya...he has taken moneys from other countries to help get him reelected....read up some, be an informed voter .I am sure your a smart person, research the REAL facts he is a socialist and wants this country to be the same. Free enterprise is always better than a government run everything.
Reports say the economy is turning around, albeit slowly, but with little if any help from the GOP. I'll definitely vote for Obama again and pray that some of the GOP lose their seats in the election next month. Obama has the poor and middle class at heart, and I truly believe that if Romney is elected, the middle class will disappear and we will become a nation of haves and have-nots.

Vote for Mittens/Munster if you must but if elected, they won't be looking out for you unless you happen to be one of the 1% super rich in America.

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#12 Oct 15, 2012
retired_lovingit wrote:
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Reports say the economy is turning around, albeit slowly, but with little if any help from the GOP. I'll definitely vote for Obama again and pray that some of the GOP lose their seats in the election next month. Obama has the poor and middle class at heart, and I truly believe that if Romney is elected, the middle class will disappear and we will become a nation of haves and have-nots.
Vote for Mittens/Munster if you must but if elected, they won't be looking out for you unless you happen to be one of the 1% super rich in America.
I disagree Romney is for a 20% tax break across the board he IS for small business, This is where NEW jobs will be created. If we make it so small business cannot start up then there will never be NEW jobs as big corp. will simply move over seas. This is what is happening in France as we speak ....they raised the tax on the rich from 50% to near 75% and they simply are leaving the country and everyone suffers. This is happening as we speak. He is a business man that has made very wise money investments. He is for smaller government ,Obama is for bigger government and lets face it no one want MORE government, look at the mess they have gotten us into.

Romney wants to give the power BACK to the state as it was before WW11, and get Fed. government out of the states and allow them to make their own rules how to govern as each state varies what is needed. This just makes sense.

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#13 Oct 15, 2012
retired_lovingit wrote:
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Reports say the economy is turning around, albeit slowly, but with little if any help from the GOP. I'll definitely vote for Obama again and pray that some of the GOP lose their seats in the election next month. Obama has the poor and middle class at heart, and I truly believe that if Romney is elected, the middle class will disappear and we will become a nation of haves and have-nots.
Vote for Mittens/Munster if you must but if elected, they won't be looking out for you unless you happen to be one of the 1% super rich in America.
I will agree that the GOP is a pain in congress.

But Romney did great in Mass. with only a 4% unemployment rate...he did not create jobs there last year or so because he HAD the state working.

He showed how a person not GOP can work across party lines and was very successful at this,his record proves this to be true.

He invented Obama care, so now you ask "Why is he not for it now then?" This is a great question, he is NOT for Obama's because it puts it into the hands of the Fed. government ....not the state. We need this to be done at the state level because each states needs vary greatly and the Fed. government simply passes one for all and I feel this is wrong as well.

These are sound debate issues in favor of Romney. Obama is for everyone on the government dole out and someone needs to be working and paying taxes . This is why France is falling as well as why the USSR fell.
retired_lovingit

Syracuse, NY

#14 Oct 15, 2012
If you say so, Jesse, but I honestly don't believe a word that's come out of Mitt's mouth, and Eddie is about as trustworthy as Mitt is.

Their 20% across the board tax cut is a farce. They still refuse to explain how they will pay for this. I'll tell you what they don't want to tell us. They will pay for it by raising taxes on you and me, the middle class.

Eight years of George W. has proven that tax cuts for the rich do NOT create jobs and trickle down the wealth to the middle class. Our only hope of pulling the middle class up by their bootstraps is to insure that the wealthy pay their FAIR share. Obama promises to lift up the poor and middle classes, and he will do it. We need to give him his second term. He has a job to finish.

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#15 Oct 15, 2012
But he did say how it will be payed for...As NEW jobs are created and more Americans get to working then more taxes are paid in. I'm not saying taxes will NEVER be raised, but Obama stated that taxes WILL be raised and many economist have said that with Obama's plan the average household can expect a 2000 to 4000 increase in taxes per year.

Also here is another way to look at it ,Obama has had 4 years to do the things he promised and he simply has not done what he said he would, yes the economy has shown some growth but very little and frankly it HAS to grow because we are at the bottom of the barrel with no where to go but up.

So I see it like this,lets give Romney 4 years and see if he can deliver what he says and if he fails then boot him ,and Obama can still get another 4 years in. If Romney delivers we all win if not we are no worst for wear. But Obama's record as it stands today is terrible.

Your retired Obama care is funded by your money and the vets money you stand to lose if Obama care is kept as it is now , Can you afford that ,I can't.

I see we have nothing to lose with Romney I say give him a chance to prove what he says, remember I voted Obama as well.

If you think Mitt and Ryan are lieing ok I can live with that but Obama is as well, they all do. But really can you honestly say Obama has been effective as the leader of the strongest nation in the world.

I have presented my case and not much more I can say except I feel we as Americans need to let Romney have a chance to do what he says he will...if not I'll be the first to say boot his ass

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#16 Oct 15, 2012
Biden was wrong on the facts when he claimed that lower tax rates have never resulted in higher tax revenues.

Here are three examples: In the 1920s, tax rates were slashed from 70% to less than 25%, and tax revenues rose 61% by 1928. President Kennedy cut taxes across the board, taking the top marginal down to 70% from 90%. Tax revenues jumped 33% by 1968.

And, of course, there's the example of Ronald Reagan when he proposed sweeping tax rate reductions during the 1980s. The result? Total tax revenues jumped 99.5%.

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#17 Oct 15, 2012
This was taken from another site
Hmmmmm

Lake Placid, NY

#19 Oct 18, 2012
Hater extremist

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#20 Oct 18, 2012
Hmmmmm wrote:
Hater extremist
I agree...but we can vote Obama out this November and get Romney in there and start healing America.
4 real

Brooklyn, NY

#21 Oct 20, 2012
They are both going to put us right back where Bush left us.
4 real

Brooklyn, NY

#22 Oct 20, 2012
jessejess53 wrote:
<quoted text>I agree...but we can vote Obama out this November and get Romney in there and start healing America.
Healing America! What kind of drugs are you on??? Politicians don't care about America they only care about their pockets. Romney and Ryan are in it to help make their buddies rich just like Bush and Cheney did with the oil. Scary thing for me is how many of you stupid asses believe their crap and open your pockets to give them your last penny. Wake up before it is too late.

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#23 Oct 20, 2012
4 real wrote:
<quoted text>Healing America! What kind of drugs are you on??? Politicians don't care about America they only care about their pockets. Romney and Ryan are in it to help make their buddies rich just like Bush and Cheney did with the oil. Scary thing for me is how many of you stupid asses believe their crap and open your pockets to give them your last penny. Wake up before it is too late.
So you insult and call names and spout like you have all the answers.

News flash not going to win any points like that ,this only tells me you know little if anything about this election or any other .

I will give you one point for saying most politicians are out for their selves a lot.

However Obama has done nothing that I can see to help America other than Obamcare and that will not solve the whole deal,but it is a start.

He has done none of the things he has promised and it has nothing to do with congress as the first two years was pro-Dem. and even then he simply did not even TRY to get these changes. Also you can only blame Bush for so long till it get old news....ok we get it let it go.

Now with this last debate on Foreign Policy, given the latest events in Libya and the lies that followed...as well as Iran and Syria...it could very be the nail in Obama's coffin. That is of course his coffin is not already nailed shut.

Now go ahead and call be an idiot ,or fool or whatever name you feel is coolest at this point.

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