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Old 10-05-2012, 12:44 PM   #901
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It's a republican thread...
I hope all Republicans aren't so prejudiced against Democrats! I certainly don't know any Democrats that think so poorly of Republicans and if I did I'd correct their attitudes! I'm sure some one here can create one like that, but I think Republicans just disagree with Democrats on how to make this a better country.
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obama is a cheap chicago community agitator!

lets not forget he played the RACE CARD against bill clinton"the 1st black president". there is nothing this guy wont say to become president. i expect his cheap shots in ads to continue until election day and it wont be long before he starts attacking romneys religion just as you have. its low and pathetic but it is right up obamas alley, PARTY BEFORE COUNTRY! !

he got beat in the debate because he does not care about facts only his progressive idealogy. he most certainly could not stand on his TERRIBLE record of unemployment, deficit, or debt.

the "trickle down" approach definately got us in this terrible situation, TRICKLE DOWN GOVERNMENT that is! our country does not have a tax problem, we have a spending problem. much of the financial crash was caused by the housing crisis that got its start ...... under Clinton and AG Janet Reno
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I hope all Republicans aren't so prejudiced against Democrats! I certainly don't know any Democrats that think so poorly of Republicans and if I did I'd correct their attitudes! I'm sure some one here can create one like that, but I think Republicans just disagree with Democrats on how to make this a better country.
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Remember when Obama tried to beat into the head of America that Romney was going to cut 5 trillion for the rich? Well last night Obamas deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said the 5 trillion number is actually no where close and it's way lower. Now who will say anything to the American people to get elected? Hmmm
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I hope all Republicans aren't so prejudiced against Democrats! I certainly don't know any Democrats that think so poorly of Republicans and if I did I'd correct their attitudes! I'm sure some one here can create one like that, but I think Republicans just disagree with Democrats on how to make this a better country.



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Ohhh you can't tell me a Meme isn't in order for that one. I'm not letting republicans off the hook but I could fill a book rather quickly with the hate spewed by quite a few democrats.
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Among uncommitted voters, 46 percent said Romney won versus 22 percent who said Obama did, a CBS News poll found. Thirty-two percent said the debate was a tie.

I'm not sure what this says about some of those that comprise the "uncommitted voters" category, when even devout Democrats weren't as generous to Obama regarding how the outcome was viewed.
You might consider the remote possibility that devout Democrats can be objective too and are not led by the pied piper. Obama did a terrible job and Romney did a great job and I've heard no one say different!

Winning a debate doesn't mean people will change their votes! Romney beat the pants off Obama, but I don't care who is the best debater. I care who represents my values. If Obama comes back strong and clearly wins the next debate how many on this forum will change their vote? The answer is less than zero!

Uncommitted voters scare me! I suspect most of them have been paying no attention and don't pay attention until the end like I watch the baseball world series. I barely know whose playing until the hipe starts for the world series. That's frightening when it comes to electing the president. If the debate was the first time I had listened to Romney I wouldn't know how much he has changed basic positions and might think he had come consistant values. I wouldn't know that he even changed some positions during the debate that his own staff didn't know about such as claiming that his healthcare program will accept pre-existing conditions.... which it will not! His staff did damage control and corrected that flat out lie the next day hoping to stave off criticism!

The uncommitted voter focus groups I saw were not impressive. One Pro Romney man came out and said he's always leaned toward Romney, but wanted more information! That's not an uncomitted voter to me! A young girl said she was now pro Obama because she felt he was talking to her.... which made her seem a little too easily impressed by attention! Scarey!

I think at this point it's more about uncommitted voters and voter turnout! That's why we have another big Voter Suppression push to reduce the numbers of poor and older Democratic voters. Pennsylvania has been blocked on their requirement of Picture I.D., but MSNBC had to pressure the state to remove the "Just Show Your I.D." Requirement from their state website that might convince people that they would still be turned away at the polls! Nice! MSNBC is also introducing people that are proven legal voters but don't have picture I.D. with explanations why. My wife's aunt no longer drives and has never had a birth certificate as she was born without a doctor on the farm. So she would have to go through a lot of hoops before she could vote if Kansas had such a law! At 81, that's not much fun and just plain unamerican to do that to her since there is no evidence that voter fraud is a problem anywhere! Voters in heavily Democratic areas are getting hit with shortened voting hours that make it harder for poor working people to vote! Sunday voting has been eliminated in urban areas where Black Christian Churches traditionally drove their non driving, older folks to the polls after church. It's called winning at any cost!
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I hope all Republicans aren't so prejudiced against Democrats! I certainly don't know any Democrats that think so poorly of Republicans and if I did I'd correct their attitudes! I'm sure some one here can create one like that, but I think Republicans just disagree with Democrats on how to make this a better country.
Perhaps you could start by looking in a mirror ?
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You might consider the remote possibility that devout Democrats can be objective too and are not led by the pied piper. Obama did a terrible job and Romney did a great job and I've heard no one say different!

Winning a debate doesn't mean people will change their votes! Romney beat the pants off Obama, but I don't care who is the best debater. I care who represents my values. If Obama comes back strong and clearly wins the next debate how many on this forum will change their vote? The answer is less than zero!

Uncommitted voters scare me! I suspect most of them have been paying no attention and don't pay attention until the end like I watch the baseball world series. I barely know whose playing until the hipe starts for the world series. That's frightening when it comes to electing the president. If the debate was the first time I had listened to Romney I wouldn't know how much he has changed basic positions and might think he had come consistant values. I wouldn't know that he even changed some positions during the debate that his own staff didn't know about such as claiming that his healthcare program will accept pre-existing conditions.... which it will not! His staff did damage control and corrected that flat out lie the next day hoping to stave off criticism!

The uncommitted voter focus groups I saw were not impressive. One Pro Romney man came out and said he's always leaned toward Romney, but wanted more information! That's not an uncomitted voter to me! A young girl said she was now pro Obama because she felt he was talking to her.... which made her seem a little too easily impressed by attention! Scarey!

I think at this point it's more about uncommitted voters and voter turnout! That's why we have another big Voter Suppression push to reduce the numbers of poor and older Democratic voters. Pennsylvania has been blocked on their requirement of Picture I.D., but MSNBC had to pressure the state to remove the "Just Show Your I.D." Requirement from their state website that might convince people that they would still be turned away at the polls! Nice! MSNBC is also introducing people that are proven legal voters but don't have picture I.D. with explanations why. My wife's aunt no longer drives and has never had a birth certificate as she was born without a doctor on the farm. So she would have to go through a lot of hoops before she could vote if Kansas had such a law! At 81, that's not much fun and just plain unamerican to do that to her since there is no evidence that voter fraud is a problem anywhere! Voters in heavily Democratic areas are getting hit with shortened voting hours that make it harder for poor working people to vote! Sunday voting has been eliminated in urban areas where Black Christian Churches traditionally drove their non driving, older folks to the polls after church. It's called winning at any cost!

But I would have to guess that she has a S.S number ? So the government knows who she is ! So what is your point ?
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