Romney-Ryan Debate - Winchester, KY

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

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Paula

Pikeville, KY

#167 Oct 6, 2012
The Don wrote:
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There you go again lol. GE isn't a person. GE is a corporation. General Electric has paid a grand total of $0 in taxes while raking in over $1,000,000,000 in profit since bush took office. Bush. Obama had nothing to do with it.
Run along now, come back when you have real facts.
Well excuse me! I left out the part that the CEO of GE was hired by Obama. That is a fact! Look it up smartass!
Paula

Pikeville, KY

#168 Oct 6, 2012
Paula wrote:
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Well excuse me! I left out the part that the CEO of GE was hired by Obama. That is a fact! Look it up smartass!
Here are some more facts for you:
In the wake of the financial crisis, Beijing required that its stimulus money to be spent in China, and yet President Obama permitted billions of US stimulus money to be spent in China and elsewhere.

For example, GE, whose CEO heads the President’s Job’s Council, used stimulus grants to purchase components for U.S. wind turbines from the Chengxi Shipyard—a state controlled company that builds vessels for the Chinese Navy—even though an American supplier offered to match its price.

President Obama could have excluded those products—either through the initial legislation or by executive order—without violating WTO rules but chose not to do so.
More broadly, he has not taken aim at China’s undervalued currency, which affords exporters as much as a 40 percent price advantage when selling in the United States.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2012/09/26/out...
The Don

Winchester, KY

#169 Oct 7, 2012
Paula wrote:
I rest my case. LOL. Go cite someone like NPR instead of Fox "news". They're notorious for lying.
Paula

Prestonsburg, KY

#170 Oct 7, 2012
The Don wrote:
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I rest my case. LOL. Go cite someone like NPR instead of Fox "news". They're notorious for lying.
Actually you have to go to FOX news to get the news because the lame stream media, including NPR doesn't report anything that may make Obama look bad. They shouldn't even be allowed to call themselves "news". But if you don't believe what I just posted about the CEO of GE then look it up from some other source than Fox News. You may have to do some digging but you will find it, unless of course you don't want to know the facts & keep your head buried in the sand like all the other Obama zombies. Go ahead, I dare you.
ProBama

United States

#171 Oct 7, 2012
I guess I'm a Zombie"
Obama dug me out of the sand"....
ready2012

Cynthiana, KY

#172 Oct 7, 2012
I am so ready to watch Ryan tear into Biden. Can't wait to hear what comes out of Biden's mouth.
Paula

Georgetown, KY

#173 Oct 8, 2012
ProBama wrote:
I guess I'm a Zombie"
Obama dug me out of the sand"....
Obama is burying you under the sand...but keep on drinking the kool-aid & believing everything he says. Wouldn't want you to find out the truth by researching or anything like that.
ProBama

United States

#174 Oct 8, 2012
Paula wrote:
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Obama is burying you under the sand...but keep on drinking the kool-aid & believing everything he says. Wouldn't want you to find out the truth by researching or anything like that.
You just keep on listening to Fox News, if I'm buried in sand then tell Obama to bury me a little deeper. Me and my Small Business are doing just fine as a matter a fact couldn't ask for much more.
And it's only getting better:
2009-2013 Estimated profit marg.~80k to 123k
I made a 163 by the fiscal years end last year!
So yes, I'm very close to having everything payed off and enjoying every minute of it!
You probably don't want to know what next years projected profit will be?
It's more!
It's because of Obama! I'm a success story because of Obama! I'm just sick of everyone talking about how bad the economy is...it ain't bad at all! So keep listening to the Rights I'm providing for my family in ways I never thought possible.
Thank you Obama.
Anonymous

Winchester, KY

#175 Oct 8, 2012
I think that Mitt Romney should be elected, but who am I to say its your oppinion who should win. Just if Mitt Romney is to win then he might make peace between us and the middle eastern countries. For say Saudi Arabia has alot of oil if Mitt Romney wins the election then Mitt might make peace share some of that oil and make gas prices lower. I think that Mitt Romney will make this country good just like Bill Clinton.
The Don

Winchester, KY

#176 Oct 8, 2012
but mom wrote:
I think that Mitt Romney should be elected, but who am I to say its your oppinion who should win. Just if Mitt Romney is to win then he might make peace between us and the middle eastern countries. For say Saudi Arabia has alot of oil if Mitt Romney wins the election then Mitt might make peace share some of that oil and make gas prices lower. I think that Mitt Romney will make this country good just like Bill Clinton.
Mitt's views are polar opposite of Clintons.
Paula

Georgetown, KY

#177 Oct 8, 2012
ProBama wrote:
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You just keep on listening to Fox News, if I'm buried in sand then tell Obama to bury me a little deeper. Me and my Small Business are doing just fine as a matter a fact couldn't ask for much more.
And it's only getting better:
2009-2013 Estimated profit marg.~80k to 123k
I made a 163 by the fiscal years end last year!
So yes, I'm very close to having everything payed off and enjoying every minute of it!
You probably don't want to know what next years projected profit will be?
It's more!
It's because of Obama! I'm a success story because of Obama! I'm just sick of everyone talking about how bad the economy is...it ain't bad at all! So keep listening to the Rights I'm providing for my family in ways I never thought possible.
Thank you Obama.
Well good for you! A lot of small business are suffering because of Obama. Maybe you are just doing okay IN SPITE of Obama.
ProBama

United States

#178 Oct 8, 2012
Paula,
If I was to say all small Business was thriving I would be wrong, but it's still not Obamas fault, Numerical sequences, Overhead, Value and Rate of Distribution play vital roles! But with hardwork and common sense almost all out of pocket expense is excusable by Tax standards under the current administration, innovation is key!
And pays off in the end. Not everyone is planning on extracting 3 million barrels of oil,or Coal. if your planning for Big business then Romneys your guy! But you better make over 250k a year or you will have not the first incentive.
Think about that...
Paula

Georgetown, KY

#179 Oct 8, 2012
ProBama wrote:
Paula,
If I was to say all small Business was thriving I would be wrong, but it's still not Obamas fault, Numerical sequences, Overhead, Value and Rate of Distribution play vital roles! But with hardwork and common sense almost all out of pocket expense is excusable by Tax standards under the current administration, innovation is key!
And pays off in the end. Not everyone is planning on extracting 3 million barrels of oil,or Coal. if your planning for Big business then Romneys your guy! But you better make over 250k a year or you will have not the first incentive.
Think about that...
Romney is definitely my guy. Obama has been a total failure as president. If he gets elected again he will go hog wild with the spending, like we're not in debt enough already. Think about that.
ProBama

United States

#180 Oct 8, 2012
Glad he's your guy!
Spending?
You must mean Investing in America.
Or Education, Small Business, or pretty much the infrastructure this Country is built upon!
I hope he goes wild Again too! Remember, you need money to make money,
You also need an Idea to create a Future!
Paula

Georgetown, KY

#181 Oct 8, 2012
ProBama wrote:
Glad he's your guy!
Spending?
You must mean Investing in America.
Or Education, Small Business, or pretty much the infrastructure this Country is built upon!
I hope he goes wild Again too! Remember, you need money to make money,
You also need an Idea to create a Future!
A lot of the money he spent was for overseas companies, not American, & also on the "green" companies, a lot of which went bankrupt. The problem with spending money you don't have is that eventually you have to pay the piper. Our kids & grandkids will be doing that. Thatcher once said that the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money. For all the spending he has done, it sure hasn't seemed to help many people. Except for maybe people on welfare, which I don't have a problem with if you really need welfare. There is a lot of fraud going on there but that has always gone on.
Bobby

Winchester, KY

#182 Oct 8, 2012
There wouldn't be a problem with our debt if the rich paid their fair share of taxes. Hopefully the Buffett Rule will be passed.
Paula

Georgetown, KY

#183 Oct 8, 2012
Bobby wrote:
There wouldn't be a problem with our debt if the rich paid their fair share of taxes. Hopefully the Buffett Rule will be passed.
Some of the rich already pay up to 40% of their money for taxes. They are the job creators, if they have to pay all their money how can they create jobs? Also, even if they paid 100% of their money it wouldn't even make a dent in our debt. It is now at 6 Trillion, which is unbelievable. They throw those numbers around like they are nothing but did you know that if you counted one number per second it would take 31,709 YEARS to count to one trillion. Now multiply that by 6 & that is our debt.

Since: Oct 12

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#184 Oct 8, 2012
Watch out. I heard the Romney-Ryan campaign is planning a dirty trick for the VP debate. Ryan isn't going to use any of his time. He's going to let Biden talk the entire time. It doesn't get any dirtier than that. Think of how much damage Biden will do to the campaign when he has prime time media coverage documenting his every statement. Biden will start into his spiel "Deys gonna put y'all back'n chains..." or "the middle class has been buried during the last four years..." This is a new low.
Bobby

Winchester, KY

#185 Oct 9, 2012
Paula wrote:
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Some of the rich already pay up to 40% of their money for taxes. They are the job creators, if they have to pay all their money how can they create jobs? Also, even if they paid 100% of their money it wouldn't even make a dent in our debt. It is now at 6 Trillion, which is unbelievable. They throw those numbers around like they are nothing but did you know that if you counted one number per second it would take 31,709 YEARS to count to one trillion. Now multiply that by 6 & that is our debt.
You are full of crap. One of the richest pair of people in America is the Koch brothers. They pay almost no taxes because they lobby and buy people like Romney.
Paula

Richmond, KY

#186 Oct 9, 2012
Bobby wrote:
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You are full of crap. One of the richest pair of people in America is the Koch brothers. They pay almost no taxes because they lobby and buy people like Romney.
Some of the rich ARE job creators & you are full of crap if you don't think there are rich people who lobby & buy people like Obama. Just look at the CEO of GE & George Soros. Not to mention the pharmaceutical companies. But just keep believing everything Obama says. You'll find out the truth one day.

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