Romney-Ryan Debate - Steger, IL

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

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Stegerfox

Homewood, IL

#1 Aug 26, 2012
Now Iam at ease that romney has no chance in hell of winnning! LOL
Easygoin

Chicago, IL

#2 Aug 29, 2012
Well i got a feeling this topic may turn into a political pitch a bitch.
However im in.
Who would have been a better choice?
sigh

Country Club Hills, IL

#3 Aug 31, 2012
well lets see, Ryan isnt a bumbling bafoon like Biden, and Romney has a proven track record...Obama has basically performed exactly how he did in the senate...he was present....Seriously people, get off the free healthcare that we cant afford and look at our presidents track record the last 4 years...choice is pretty clear, Romney may not be the IDEAL candidate, but he sure as hell is better than what we have now.
Stegerfox

Homewood, IL

#4 Sep 10, 2012
Screw you, Ill never get off the healthcare issue, women's rights, marriage equality, or any other issue that is close to my heart. Anyone who doesn't think the healthcare crisis is valid, hasn't been sick or seen the inside of a nursing home. 16 years as a nurse and educated professional, I think Iam well qualified to weigh in on this issue. I know how the game is played, and if you think we cant afford it, then you dont understand you pay every day for the unisured, money is there, it's just a change of labeling. And yes, Iam in managment now and know how to squeeze every drop I can out of the system to insure decent care for my clients. When do you think we should stop letting the big insurance companies and pharmaceuticals brain wash you into thinking we cant fix this? The only ones who stand to lose is them! Wait till your elderley parents get sick, or, like me, is battling cancer. nCook County is paying for my care, as Iam too sick to work, and stuck being a 24/7 caregiver at the same time to my 88 yr old mother, who has severe alzhiemers. There's no pay and no benefits with this job, at least not yet. There are many forgotten people like me who are not on welfare, not trying to milk the system, have paid into the system for many years, and God-willing, will be back again, working and paying taxes as usual when my surgery is done. We are all human beings, we all bleed the same blood, we all hurt when we are ill. Attacking universal healthcare is an attack on the most vunerable population, children, elderley, handicapped, and the small amount of people like me that have nowhere else to turn.
new hammer time

Richmond, VA

#6 Sep 11, 2012
Easygoin wrote:
Well i got a feeling this topic may turn into a political pitch a bitch.
However im in.
Who would have been a better choice?
Jeb Bush?
new hammer time

Richmond, VA

#7 Sep 11, 2012
sigh wrote:
well lets see, Ryan isnt a bumbling bafoon like Biden, and Romney has a proven track record...Obama has basically performed exactly how he did in the senate...he was present....Seriously people, get off the free healthcare that we cant afford and look at our presidents track record the last 4 years...choice is pretty clear, Romney may not be the IDEAL candidate, but he sure as hell is better than what we have now.
Our President has done remarkably well considering....considering the rethugs were present and voted with a "no" all the time.
Throw the bums out.
new hammer time

Richmond, VA

#8 Sep 11, 2012
hadenough wrote:
<quoted text>i heard stegerfox is a ugly mutt
Thats why your moms preferred him over you.
richardhead

Markham, IL

#9 Sep 11, 2012
Stegerfox wrote:
Screw you, Ill never get off the healthcare issue, women's rights, marriage equality, or any other issue that is close to my heart. Anyone who doesn't think the healthcare crisis is valid, hasn't been sick or seen the inside of a nursing home. 16 years as a nurse and educated professional, I think Iam well qualified to weigh in on this issue. I know how the game is played, and if you think we cant afford it, then you dont understand you pay every day for the unisured, money is there, it's just a change of labeling. And yes, Iam in managment now and know how to squeeze every drop I can out of the system to insure decent care for my clients. When do you think we should stop letting the big insurance companies and pharmaceuticals brain wash you into thinking we cant fix this? The only ones who stand to lose is them! Wait till your elderley parents get sick, or, like me, is battling cancer. nCook County is paying for my care, as Iam too sick to work, and stuck being a 24/7 caregiver at the same time to my 88 yr old mother, who has severe alzhiemers. There's no pay and no benefits with this job, at least not yet. There are many forgotten people like me who are not on welfare, not trying to milk the system, have paid into the system for many years, and God-willing, will be back again, working and paying taxes as usual when my surgery is done. We are all human beings, we all bleed the same blood, we all hurt when we are ill. Attacking universal healthcare is an attack on the most vunerable population, children, elderley, handicapped, and the small amount of people like me that have nowhere else to turn.
there is thousands worse off than you --deal with it...and foxes stink
You Are Welcome

Chicago, IL

#10 Sep 11, 2012
sigh wrote:
well lets see, Ryan isnt a bumbling bafoon like Biden, and Romney has a proven track record.
Ryan - 13 years in Congress.

1. Named post office

2. 39% tax on arrow parts

3. Um, well...there is no three, that's it. Those are his "accomplishments"

Please, do tell me more about his sterling and proven track record and why the tax payers have to pay him almost $200 thousand a year.
Stegerfox

Homewood, IL

#11 Sep 12, 2012
richardhead wrote:
<quoted text>there is thousands worse off than you --deal with it...and foxes stink
Yes there are a lot worse off. And obviously you are a coward who must change his name every time you post from HARVEY, because name calling is what uneducated morons do when they cant come up with big words that are too hard to spell, or lack the intelligence to write something of substance....you make us all laugh here! LOL
Stegerfox

Homewood, IL

#14 Sep 14, 2012
to the ditch mutt wrote:
<quoted text>BITE ME!!!!!!!dont fall over when your laghing so hard you will rock youself to sleep trying to get up ___
aBUSE REPORTED-AGAIN.
Stegerfox

Homewood, IL

#15 Sep 14, 2012
richardhead wrote:
<quoted text>there is thousands worse off than you --deal with it...and foxes stink
abuse reported-AGAIN
yea right

Markham, IL

#16 Sep 16, 2012
Stegerfox wrote:
<quoted text>
abuse reported-AGAIN
LOOSER
MLS

Los Angeles, CA

#17 Sep 16, 2012
Stegerfox--bless you. Hang in there. I took care of my mom who had Alzheimer's too. It was by far the hardest thing I ever did. I can't imagine going that journey AND dealing with cancer too. All I can say is keep the faith, remember to take care of you too.
As far as our choice for President, I will be voting for Obama. I want to vote for someone who supports the average person, not just the wealthiest people. Selfishness is NOT a virtue in spite of what Romney/Ryan say.
obombed

Country Club Hills, IL

#21 Oct 5, 2012
no fox, screw you...you think we have enough doctors? my own family practiioner is dreading the changes. and were all going to be taxed by it, its going to kill small businesses.

Marriage equality?????? give me a break! remember who he was sworn in by?? just another sheep eating out of the promise trough while the economy is failing. But im sure its bushes fault, and to the other poster blaming congress because lil unproven senator who was in cohorts with all the most corrupt people in illinois. Congress was democratic during his term..so????uhhhh?????

you obamadrones make me laugh. wait till universal healthcare kicks in and see how long it takes you all just to see a doctor.
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#22 Oct 19, 2012
new hammer time wrote:
<quoted text>
Jeb Bush?
Jeb Bush is gonna run in 2016, againest Hilary, after Obama's second term.....
daviddevine

Homewood, IL

#23 Oct 20, 2012
we need to take back our country from the imbecile barry/joe boneheads.
wow

Chicago Heights, IL

#24 Oct 20, 2012
new hammer time wrote:
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Our President has done remarkably well considering....considering the rethugs were present and voted with a "no" all the time.
Throw the bums out.
Hey dumbass what happened to the first two years went the socialists...I mean Democrats had control of everything. If Obama's so great then why didn't he get things done then?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#25 Oct 21, 2012
For any voters that still think, Romney will produce jobs, he will, just not here... www.bainport.com
wow

Chicago Heights, IL

#26 Oct 21, 2012
Yea and if Obama has his way he'll distribute the money that you have and give it those to those who don't have it.....and they won't have to work for it. Let's give everyone things that they haven't earned or deserve. Let's change America into a socialist state. Everyone has an equal right to things but doesn't have a right to have them if they can't pay for them. When you take something from someone and redistribute to other that is called stealing. It also takes away the incentive for people to work or train for jobs.

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