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Posted: 8/9/2012 5:12:13 AM
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Posted: 8/9/2012 12:58:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

From what I hear this is the reason the stockmarket is doing well  right now: The perception by investors is that the sorry lame behind anti-business president now in the white house will lose  big in the fall elections.  Romney and his team will  take over and get the huge pile of crap known as Washington cleaned up.


So one black guy you talked to in a supermarket said he's going to change his vote and that means Romney wins?

Can't wait to bump this thread in November.  There is a better chance Porky Pig wins the presidency than Romney.  

The last person with the personality of a piece of wood to win the presidency?

GW....um, hope.

Clinton?.....um, nope.

Reagan?....um, nope.

GW-1......um, nope.  

Good luck with Mitt.  
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Posted: 8/9/2012 1:14:38 PM
How can you vote for a president after he has done basically nothing he said he would do? He already said he was going to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term...haha he spent more then all the other presidents combined! I dont want to hear oh he couldnt do this, he couldnt do that bc republican controlled this vote or that vote. Fact is he told us the AMERICAN PEOPLE that he was going to do these things, and he has not done ANYTHING. Its pretty simple what did he tell us he was going to do? and what did he do? now answer that for me please. If you havent seen the video of obama saying he was going to cut our deficit in half, its pretty funny he even says if he doesnt the people will be looking for another president haha..search youtube for it
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Posted: 8/10/2012 3:26:15 AM
how much of that half would have been GWB's and the GOP's?
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Posted: 8/10/2012 9:15:11 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by NCState2008:

How can you vote for a president after he has done basically nothing he said he would do? He already said he was going to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term...haha he spent more then all the other presidents combined! I dont want to hear oh he couldnt do this, he couldnt do that bc republican controlled this vote or that vote. Fact is he told us the AMERICAN PEOPLE that he was going to do these things, and he has not done ANYTHING. Its pretty simple what did he tell us he was going to do? and what did he do? now answer that for me please. If you havent seen the video of obama saying he was going to cut our deficit in half, its pretty funny he even says if he doesnt the people will be looking for another president haha..search youtube for it

I agree.  He has to be the first politician to tell a few lies to get elected, and the American people has to punish him for it.
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Posted: 8/10/2012 9:31:07 AM
 yes this country is headed in the right direction...
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Posted: 8/11/2012 4:46:18 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

True story from this morning sets the result of the fall election in stone..Bet on it...

I went to the local supermarket specifically to get a watermelon and was wandering around the produce section when I started talking to a store employee that was stocking the shelves.

He was a young tall black kid that I guessed to be in his early twenties. I am an outspoken average white male fool most of the time and as we were discussing watermelon I aked his age.

He said 26..I then blurted out seeing that he was a black person this " So are you going to vote for Obama again?"

His answer knocked me over..He said " Four years ago, yes I voted for him, but not this time. I am older now and know more about what is going on now"

We chatted for about 5 minutes...A really pleasant, decent, hard working young man that now can see what the future holds for him under a tax and overspend corrupt government.

At 26 I told him he is starting at the bottom as all of us did and it is up to him to work his way up the ladder...WHAT IS SO HARD FOR THE LIBERALS TO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS HOW IT SHOULD BE AND MADE AMERICA GREAT.

NO WORK....NO FREE MONEY AND NO FREE STUFF.

 

  Great stuff, Jimmy...


You should post more often in the Politics Forum...
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Posted: 8/11/2012 9:27:39 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

True story from this morning sets the result of the fall election in stone..Bet on it...

I went to the local supermarket specifically to get a watermelon and was wandering around the produce section when I started talking to a store employee that was stocking the shelves.

He was a young tall black kid that I guessed to be in his early twenties. I am an outspoken average white male fool most of the time and as we were discussing watermelon I aked his age.

He said 26..I then blurted out seeing that he was a black person this " So are you going to vote for Obama again?"

His answer knocked me over..He said " Four years ago, yes I voted for him, but not this time. I am older now and know more about what is going on now"

We chatted for about 5 minutes...A really pleasant, decent, hard working young man that now can see what the future holds for him under a tax and overspend corrupt government.

At 26 I told him he is starting at the bottom as all of us did and it is up to him to work his way up the ladder...WHAT IS SO HARD FOR THE LIBERALS TO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS HOW IT SHOULD BE AND MADE AMERICA GREAT.

NO WORK....NO FREE MONEY AND NO FREE STUFF.

 

After talking melons & politics for 5 or 10 minutes,and because the guy was working and is gonna vote for Mittens you somehow know that he is an upstanding citizen.Something tells me had he said he was voting Obama your guessing about his character might have came to a slightly differnt conclusion.
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Posted: 8/11/2012 6:43:15 PM
OK..I never said I was perfect. Never was, never will be. I have a close friend however who voted for Obama in 2008--he readily admits it ...I speak with him all the time about politics and we indeed do have some heated exchanges...I finally got him to compromise somewhat a week or two ago after many conversations over the direction of the Country. He lives in Florida now and he says he just cannot bring himself to vote for Romney..The compromise he agreed to:..He finally says he will stay home and not vote this time as his concession to me and my arguments...This is good news as Fla is an extremely key state and a no show is almost as good as a vote for Romney/Ryan. Lesson to people of intelligence and reason...Just get your liberal uninformed friends and relatives to just not show up on election day..That way we can get some common sense solutions as policy instead of the inane nonsense we have been getting for over 3-1/2 years now.
 
The state I live in has a huge black population and when I had my business I hired and fired numerous black employees over my many years . I also had a very large black customer base as well, and had excellent personal and business relations with virtually most of them. EVERY black person I ever came in contact with or knew at that period in time was a Democrat, bar none..The young man I met last week however, was the first black person EVER to admit to me about NOT voting Democrat...If this is news to anyone else, I do not know. Only thing I know for sure, IT'S big news to me.
 
I have been around a while and have my own sixth sense about   people...of course not 100% right all the time. The kid I mentioned was clean cut, seemingly intelligent, spoke well, and HAD A JOB. No guarantee of his inner character by any stretch, but who can tell about anybody.
 
The bottom line as we all know is that 95% of blacks typically vote Dem....It JUST appears to me this election time around....the working Blacks are seemingly waking up just a little as the word is spread..The Blacks on welfare with little or no education..No real hope with that group as I think they will  most certainly vote their usual pattern as they do not read or pay much attention .
 
This upcoming election has been battle drawn: The hard working folks and citizens that pay high taxes and that produce wealth, goods and services...AGAINST...The welfare takers....Govt. workers who are mostly takers...union stiffs that all get paid the same wage if they are good workers or not...Those that are getting Govt freebies without many questions being asked.
 
Too bad the takers are almost in the majority as their numbers grow larger and larger evey year...It will be a close race...Lets hope thought and reason win out. Anything is better than the corruption and thievery we now have in power.
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Posted: 8/11/2012 10:18:50 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

OK..I never said I was perfect. Never was, never will be. I have a close friend however who voted for Obama in 2008--he readily admits it ...I speak with him all the time about politics and we indeed do have some heated exchanges...I finally got him to compromise somewhat a week or two ago after many conversations over the direction of the Country. He lives in Florida now and he says he just cannot bring himself to vote for Romney..The compromise he agreed to:..He finally says he will stay home and not vote this time as his concession to me and my arguments...This is good news as Fla is an extremely key state and a no show is almost as good as a vote for Romney/Ryan. Lesson to people of intelligence and reason...Just get your liberal uninformed friends and relatives to just not show up on election day..That way we can get some common sense solutions as policy instead of the inane nonsense we have been getting for over 3-1/2 years now.
 
The state I live in has a huge black population and when I had my business I hired and fired numerous black employees over my many years . I also had a very large black customer base as well, and had excellent personal and business relations with virtually most of them. EVERY black person I ever came in contact with or knew at that period in time was a Democrat, bar none..The young man I met last week however, was the first black person EVER to admit to me about NOT voting Democrat...If this is news to anyone else, I do not know. Only thing I know for sure, IT'S big news to me.
 
I have been around a while and have my own sixth sense about   people...of course not 100% right all the time. The kid I mentioned was clean cut, seemingly intelligent, spoke well, and HAD A JOB. No guarantee of his inner character by any stretch, but who can tell about anybody.
 
The bottom line as we all know is that 95% of blacks typically vote Dem....It JUST appears to me this election time around....the working Blacks are seemingly waking up just a little as the word is spread..The Blacks on welfare with little or no education..No real hope with that group as I think they will  most certainly vote their usual pattern as they do not read or pay much attention .
 
This upcoming election has been battle drawn: The hard working folks and citizens that pay high taxes and that produce wealth, goods and services...AGAINST...The welfare takers....Govt. workers who are mostly takers...union stiffs that all get paid the same wage if they are good workers or not...Those that are getting Govt freebies without many questions being asked.
 
Too bad the takers are almost in the majority as their numbers grow larger and larger evey year...It will be a close race...Lets hope thought and reason win out. Anything is better than the corruption and thievery we now have in power.
The corruption & thievery we have now will become LAW under Mitt & Ryan and will pale in compairson.
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Posted: 8/12/2012 12:28:44 AM

"The corruption & thievery we have now will become LAW under Mitt & Ryan and will pale in compairson"

So you admit that corruption & thievery is the norm in Washington right now. So glad you can predict with certainty what Mitt and Ryan will do if they win. Can't wait to see the purge of the numerous Marxist "czars" hired by the dictator Marxist in charge.

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Posted: 8/12/2012 4:41:25 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JimmyDrizzl:

"The corruption & thievery we have now will become LAW under Mitt & Ryan and will pale in compairson"

So you admit that corruption & thievery is the norm in Washington right now. So glad you can predict with certainty what Mitt and Ryan will do if they win. Can't wait to see the purge of the numerous Marxist "czars" hired by the dictator Marxist in charge.

Corruption & thievery have been the norm in DC for a long long time,and Mitt & Ryan(with inside info) have practiced it.So its not hard to imagine them to continue.
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Posted: 8/12/2012 10:07:05 AM
The Stock Markets are up because the big names that move the indexes like McDonalds and Walmart and Apple and Bank of America and J&J and GE and BOeing and Caterpillar and Pfizer are global corporations that do business all over the world

population of United states  314,000,000

population of Planet Earth  7,032,000,000

The rest of the world is catching up to our standard of living at lightning fast pace. Just because the American economy is dead man walking with our public AND private debt loads being at such unsustainable levels, doesn't mean that the other 6.7 Billion humans are in the same situation.

As to whether things are not as bad or worse then the media will have you believe, it depends what side of the debt/credit trade you are on.
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Posted: 8/12/2012 10:34:46 AM
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Simple, the stock market is a rigged game in which the game means absolutely nothing.
Is the stock market a gauge for anything? If it was you answered your own question and still should be scratching your head.

its covers. most people here dont have an iq over 100.

the main purpose of the fed is to inject fiat money into the system by whatever means possible. whether by credit creation, asset bubbles or debt forgiveness, it is irrelevant. its a ponzi scheme that will conitune unabated until someone or something(black swan) says otherwise.

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The Stock Markets are up because the big names that move the indexes like McDonalds and Walmart and Apple and Bank of America and J&J and GE and BOeing and Caterpillar and Pfizer are global corporations that do business all over the world

population of United states  314,000,000

population of Planet Earth  7,032,000,000

The rest of the world is catching up to our standard of living at lightning fast pace. Just because the American economy is dead man walking with our public AND private debt loads being at such unsustainable levels, doesn't mean that the other 6.7 Billion humans are in the same situation.

As to whether things are not as bad or worse then the media will have you believe, it depends what side of the debt/credit trade you are on.

we are never, ever going to pay back our public and private debts.

ever.

thats what curreny devaluation, bankruptcy and nuclear weapons are for.

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Posted: 8/12/2012 10:45:54 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Qncyk1:

its covers. most people here dont have an iq over 100.

the main purpose of the fed is to inject fiat money into the system by whatever means possible. whether by credit creation, asset bubbles or debt forgiveness, it is irrelevant. its a ponzi scheme that will conitune unabated until someone or something(black swan) says otherwise.




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another covers poster with an iq less than 100.

debt forgiveness allows the debtor to start a new credit profile to inject more money into the system. the forgiven debt goes on a creditors balance sheet that will eventually be defaulted on; in this case, the united states government

do you need me to explain anything else to you?

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Posted: 8/23/2012 4:31:02 PM
everyone go out and get a dog or fish....


everyone go out and get play in the park or lake and catch west nile


stock market will go up up n away!
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