Romney-Ryan Debate - Ticonderoga, NY

Discuss the national Romney-Ryan debate in Ticonderoga, NY.

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

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ohhplease

Arkansas City, KS

#1 Aug 21, 2012
Ryan will be best at pointing out the .716000 trillions.. that's trillions wif a "t" that Brak stole form seniors to hand out free in the form of healthcare to illegals. Clearly unconstitutional to steal funds from hard working Americans and hand it out to illegals wif the purpose of buying their vote.
why not

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Aug 21, 2012
they won't win.
none of the above

United States

#3 Aug 21, 2012
I will NOT vote for ANY of them. Ron Paul or Gary Johnson are the only choices for me. Voting any differently is voting for the same ole corporation loving, liberty sucking, freedom erasing gubmint that rules now. I refuse to be part of the continuing problem. I'm wide awake, and hope others wake up soon, altho I think its too late.
Tax Payer

Cherry Valley, NY

#4 Aug 21, 2012
none of the above wrote:
I will NOT vote for ANY of them. Ron Paul or Gary Johnson are the only choices for me. Voting any differently is voting for the same ole corporation loving, liberty sucking, freedom erasing gubmint that rules now. I refuse to be part of the continuing problem. I'm wide awake, and hope others wake up soon, altho I think its too late.
Lets see then, that 1/2 more vote for Obama instead of canceling out a vote for Obama, Not that it makes much difference in NY but thats maybe why in NY it dosn't matter in the first place ( not voting), sounds like your not vote is the compleat 180 then what you believe in !!!!.
Neoconsuk

Garner, NC

#5 Aug 21, 2012
none of the above wrote:
I will NOT vote for ANY of them. Ron Paul or Gary Johnson are the only choices for me. Voting any differently is voting for the same ole corporation loving, liberty sucking, freedom erasing gubmint that rules now. I refuse to be part of the continuing problem. I'm wide awake, and hope others wake up soon, altho I think its too late.
Right on!! Our "two party" system is an illusion. I will vote for Ron Paul and I will sleep well knowing that I'm not part of the problem. Why do the sheep keep voting for the same puppets, selected by wall st and the corporate whore media, that got this country into the state it's in?
local yocal

Ticonderoga, NY

#6 Aug 24, 2012
Obama and Biden.

Don't get ford sga
Walt Chapleau

Carrollton, KY

#7 Aug 25, 2012
Neoconsuk wrote:
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Right on!! Our "two party" system is an illusion. I will vote for Ron Paul and I will sleep well knowing that I'm not part of the problem. Why do the sheep keep voting for the same puppets, selected by wall st and the corporate whore media, that got this country into the state it's in?
I think Ron Paul makes very good points. But, I am afraid that he is burnt out in terms of gaining strong support. Our junior Senator, Rand Paul is a different story. He has much the same views as his dad, young and quite charismatic. He won his senate race in Kentucky by a landslide and Kentucky is a strong democratic state, at least in state politics. He is becoming a strong influence in the Republican party. If Ron Paul gets enough votes, he will reduce Romnie's chances of being elected and usher in another 4 years of Obama. I agree with your neocon assessment, but we must decide between the least of two undesireables.
A Dotter of Old Tye

Portsmouth, RI

#8 Aug 25, 2012
Take the time to LISTEN to Mr. Romney - he is what our poor sick country needs to bring us back from the brink.(I know it's hard to hear him - the media doesn't give him a lot of air time unless they think he's made a mistake) He is not the lesser of the two evils - he is the one (with GOd's help) who can lead us back to that place we remember as the UNITED States of America,that shelter from the storm where all those who love and desire peace and freedom, and are willing to work towards that end can find a home. If you are sad that your favorite candidate isn't going to get the nomination,"suck it up" and get on the bandwagon for the return of AMERICA. The alternative is Osama binBiden and their "America's not so special" philosophy for the next 4, uhh, maybe many more lo-o-o-ng years.
Neoconsuk

Garner, NC

#10 Aug 25, 2012
A Dotter of Old Tye wrote:
Take the time to LISTEN to Mr. Romney - he is what our poor sick country needs to bring us back from the brink.(I know it's hard to hear him - the media doesn't give him a lot of air time unless they think he's made a mistake) He is not the lesser of the two evils - he is the one (with GOd's help) who can lead us back to that place we remember as the UNITED States of America,that shelter from the storm where all
those who love and desire peace and freedom,
and are willing to work towards that end can find
a home. If you are sad that your favorite
candidate isn't going to get the nomination,"suck
it up" and get on the bandwagon for the return of
AMERICA. The alternative is Osama binBiden
and their "America's not so special" philosophy
for the next 4, uhh, maybe many more lo-o-o-
years.
No disrespect Sir (or Madam), but...

I just threw up in my mouth a little after reading that post.

Ron Paul 2012!
Walt Chapleau

Carrollton, KY

#11 Aug 25, 2012
A Dotter of Old Tye wrote:
Take the time to LISTEN to Mr. Romney - he is what our poor sick country needs to bring us back from the brink.(I know it's hard to hear him - the media doesn't give him a lot of air time unless they think he's made a mistake) He is not the lesser of the two evils - he is the one (with GOd's help) who can lead us back to that place we remember as the UNITED States of America,that shelter from the storm where all those who love and desire peace and freedom, and are willing to work towards that end can find a home. If you are sad that your favorite candidate isn't going to get the nomination,"suck it up" and get on the bandwagon for the return of AMERICA. The alternative is Osama binBiden and their "America's not so special" philosophy for the next 4, uhh, maybe many more lo-o-o-ng years.
I have listened very closely to Mr. Romnie. He is more attractive with Paul Ryan as a running mate, but as yet I have not seen the strength or passion it takes for him to excite his base or the independents. With Ryan, he may become more commanding and present himself as a more formidable leader. A lot is riding on his convention speech and the way he comes across. With the problems facing this country, we need a very strong leader who can work with and influence congress economically and put teeth back into our foreign policy. Someone like John Bolton for Secretary of State.
Grinnell

Ticonderoga, NY

#12 Aug 25, 2012
Walt Chapleau wrote:
<quoted text>I have listened very closely to Mr. Romnie. He is more attractive with Paul Ryan as a running mate, but as yet I have not seen the strength or passion it takes for him to excite his base or the independents. With Ryan, he may become more commanding and present himself as a more formidable leader. A lot is riding on his convention speech and the way he comes across. With the problems facing this country, we need a very strong leader who can work with and influence congress economically and put teeth back into our foreign policy. Someone like John Bolton for Secretary of State.
Wow!!! More and more like a Republican every post. People will start to talk if you keep this up.....
Grinnell

Ticonderoga, NY

#13 Aug 25, 2012
Walt Chapleau wrote:
<quoted text>I have listened very closely to Mr. Romnie. He is more attractive with Paul Ryan as a running mate, but as yet I have not seen the strength or passion it takes for him to excite his base or the independents. With Ryan, he may become more commanding and present himself as a more formidable leader. A lot is riding on his convention speech and the way he comes across. With the problems facing this country, we need a very strong leader who can work with and influence congress economically and put teeth back into our foreign policy. Someone like John Bolton for Secretary of State.
Damn Walt, what would bernie say??!!
Best thing to happen

Corinth, NY

#14 Aug 26, 2012
This extremist being put on the Romney ticket is the best thing that could have ever happened for President Obama.

Once again....bye bye Repukes !
Walt Chapleau

Carrollton, KY

#15 Aug 27, 2012
Grinnell wrote:
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Damn Walt, what would bernie say??!!
Before Bernie passed away he said that he loved to aggitate the "ignorant,low life druggies and keg lovers" who post here. Most people who I respond to and respond to me don't seem to fall into Bernie's classification. The only time Bernie and I had a real disagreement was when I ate his sandwiches on a football trip. He reminded me of that incident several months ago. RIP Dan.
Illusions of grandeur

United States

#16 Aug 27, 2012
Walt Chapleau wrote:
<quoted text>I think Ron Paul makes very good points. But, I am afraid that he is burnt out in terms of gaining strong support. Our junior Senator, Rand Paul is a different story. He has much the same views as his dad, young and quite charismatic. He won his senate race in Kentucky by a landslide and Kentucky is a strong democratic state, at least in state politics. He is becoming a strong influence in the Republican party. If Ron Paul gets enough votes, he will reduce Romnie's chances of being elected and usher in another 4 years of Obama. I agree with your neocon assessment, but we must decide between the least of two undesireables.
I think Ron Paul has a ton of support, but the mainstream corporatewhored media didn't allow the fluoride addled people know that so that they could make a semi-informed decision. Instead, Mitt Romney has been forced down their throats as the only real contender for the Republicans, because the real change Ron Paul would have brought to the table should the sheeple know they had a choice would really upset the corporate owned government status quo. So the "lack of strong support" was only from a corporate level. It didn't fit in with their regularly scheduled programming. America doesn't have a government of the people, by the people, or for the people anymore.

It is all just an illusion....
Grinnell

Ticonderoga, NY

#17 Aug 27, 2012
Walt Chapleau wrote:
<quoted text>Before Bernie passed away he said that he loved to aggitate the "ignorant,low life druggies and keg lovers" who post here. Most people who I respond to and respond to me don't seem to fall into Bernie's classification. The only time Bernie and I had a real disagreement was when I ate his sandwiches on a football trip. He reminded me of that incident several months ago. RIP Dan.
As I recall I was on the bus for the "sandwich incident". He sure loved to aggitate, with a liberal wit that could leave a lash mark. Great sense of humor and great friendship, He will be missed for both.
Romneys Wife

Corinth, NY

#18 Aug 28, 2012
All I know....his wife can tuck her ankles behind her head like a PRO !

Kudos, Mitch !

Just think...being mormon and all....you probably got a dozen more just like her stashed away !

WELL DONE !
Spike

Averill Park, NY

#19 Sep 3, 2012
Neoconsuk wrote:
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No disrespect Sir (or Madam), but...
I just threw up in my mouth a little after reading that post.
Ron Paul 2012!
Ron Paul! That goofball and his lemming-like followers are probably going to help give over the presidency to the democrats like Ross Perot did in '92. The son, Sen. Rand Paul has some promise in a future election....maybe. Romney will probably flub this thing but even if he manages to win, he will be blamed for the economic disaster that it's way too late to avoid. Some old French writer said that people get the government they deserve. I hope for ALL our sakes that's not true!
Curious

Corinth, NY

#20 Sep 7, 2012
Why does Spike prefer man meat ?
Furious

Albany, NY

#21 Sep 19, 2012
Gayboy says what?

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