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Posted: 6/8/2012 9:12:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dl36:

It is interesting that people's who's first choice for president is romney seem to be out numbered by those who romney is not their first choice...

what does this actually voted for romney in the primaries...


Money...

It is even funnier to watch the mindless partisan aliases/suppoters attack you because they know you might have a point...  If they could convincingly assert that romney is a valid candidate they would simply state their case...

once again... this thread does a good job displaying romney voters...
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Posted: 6/8/2012 10:32:43 PM
da36 - It's bad enough that you feel the need to regurgitate your same old tired schtick in every thread. But now your cries for attention have devolved into quoting yourself in two consecutive posts. You have officially hit rock bottom.    
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Posted: 6/8/2012 10:42:08 PM
If what I say is a cry for attention, boring, irrelevant then why not just ignore it? but obviously what I post is of interest enough for you to devote a post about it...

money asked me about the but obama comment so I explained to him how it would work... and it is working on many levels...

my "schtick" as you call it is simply making observations of the repetitive behavior patterns of the alias/alias supporters when they are having their melt down... 

So I guess you are right... when you have the aliases/supporters losing it and hitting their rock bottom, my comments should reflect that... Thank you





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Posted: 6/13/2012 5:32:07 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by wallstreetcappers:

I dont see religion being a reason to vote or not vote for him personally.




I expressed a similar sentiment at first... but what if it is a part of his religion to fuse church and state?

Wouldnt his religion be an issue then?
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Posted: 6/13/2012 5:42:21 PM
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Originally Posted by dl36:

If what I say is a cry for attention, boring, irrelevant then why not just ignore it? but obviously what I post is of interest enough for you to devote a post about it...

money asked me about the but obama comment so I explained to him how it would work... and it is working on many levels...

my "schtick" as you call it is simply making observations of the repetitive behavior patterns of the alias/alias supporters when they are having their melt down... 

So I guess you are right... when you have the aliases/supporters losing it and hitting their rock bottom, my comments should reflect that... Thank you





Triple "U" all over it.

What good is it to post about the repetitve nature of other posters when your very own posts have a repetitive nature of their own and are dumber and less interesting 100% of the time?

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Posted: 6/16/2012 4:35:30 PM
real simple stuff here... my posts seem repetitive because the pattern of the alias/supporters is repetitive...  not rocket science...

If I am dumb or repetitive etc... why even read my posts?  you know what I am going to post anyways right?  Why even take the time to read them let alone respond to them?

With that said, I think it is pretty convenient to focus on me rather then simply answers the questions of the OP... perhaps that is some of it...  or perhaps what I post actually matters to you for some reason
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Posted: 6/16/2012 7:53:59 PM
I nominate this + the OP for most bigoted thread in 2012.  



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Posted: 6/16/2012 8:22:32 PM
rick who are you voting for?
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Posted: 6/16/2012 10:31:18 PM
Thinking about writing in the words. " no confidence"
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Posted: 6/16/2012 10:33:08 PM
I really feel that Romney is going to pick rand Paul for VP. It is going to be the toughest political decision of my lifetime, but I do not know that I can vote for Romney.
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Posted: 6/17/2012 3:17:16 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

Thinking about writing in the words. " no confidence"


Im with you and this is kind of my original point I made that here we are two people that do not have confidence in either obama nor romney having a discussion on the thread while romney voters/supporters are doing everything but engaging in discussion...

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Posted: 6/17/2012 1:34:50 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

I really feel that Romney is going to pick rand Paul for VP. It is going to be the toughest political decision of my lifetime, but I do not know that I can vote for Romney.

So since pops is obviously so against Romney, does it make newb son a sellout if he accepts?

I doubt it happens, the kid has only been in like a month, Romney has to go for someone with more experience and clout..but who knows?
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Posted: 6/17/2012 4:17:07 PM
It is looking like Rand is a sellout. He has already endorsed Romney and looks like he is angling for a VP position.  

He is doing a lot of good in the Senate, but my distrust of him is growing by the day.  

The point is that Mitt Romney does not have a Conservative leg to stand on.  Unless he he can rally the true conservatives, and the "far right" he is toast.  I think that Gary Johnson will funnel off enough votes to matter, unless Romney gets a real conservative.  There are only a few.  

Christie, Rubio, or Paul are my top 3 guesses.  Paul already comes packaged with Campaign for liberty and all of his old man's supporters (in theory).  


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Posted: 6/17/2012 7:02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by rick3117:

I really feel that Romney is going to pick rand Paul for VP. It is going to be the toughest political decision of my lifetime, but I do not know that I can vote for Romney.

RuPaul has a better chance for the VP than Rand.

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Posted: 6/17/2012 7:49:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

I really feel that Romney is going to pick rand Paul for VP. It is going to be the toughest political decision of my lifetime, but I do not know that I can vote for Romney.


I for one cant because I dont know what he stands for... and that is scary because probably neither does he... and like I always say... it is not always what a person thinks that is the issue, but how they think and how they come their conclusion...  really scary stuff here..

once again... 13 posts on this page and not one romney voter/supporter explaining to us the positives of romney.


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Posted: 6/17/2012 8:29:38 PM
I think both candidates will hurt our country.  

I can not get behind either one.  

I am trying not to be swayed by my distaste for obama, and my fear that unencumbered by elections (as he told Medvedev) he will be free to do a lot more.  IE an assault weapons ban, and an attack on the 2nd amendment, along with more executive orders IE amnesty for all illegals to cement another voting block.  

 
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Posted: 6/17/2012 8:34:55 PM
And by swayed, I mean into the arms of a limp wristed RINO/ Massachusetts Liberal in conservative clothing.  

I figure, if we let the pendulum keep swinging to the left, the swingback will be outstanding.  

If Obama gets four more years, and the unemployment does not go down and things actually get worse, then we have more chance of seeing radical change.  

Just praying for deadlock. 



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Posted: 6/17/2012 8:58:24 PM
what bothers me about obama is that he really did not the whole hope/change thing he promised... and at the same time with beck/right winged propaganda that said he would be a liberal extremist muslim did not come true either... and under all of that hoopla and BS as well as the petty stupid scrutiny obama quietly has done things I dont agree with... f/f attack on 2nd amendment, emancipation/freedoms not being given back, extensions of the Bush tax cuts. etc (the amnesty is not as huge of a deal for me)

The OP is questioning the basic sanity of Romney... I actually dont trust a thing he says or claims to stand for... but I am wondering how you think Romney will hurt the country?


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Posted: 6/17/2012 11:32:12 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

I nominate this + the OP for most bigoted thread in 2012.  



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Posted: 6/17/2012 11:35:11 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by rick3117:

And by swayed, I mean into the arms of a limp wristed RINO/ Massachusetts Liberal in conservative clothing.  

I figure, if we let the pendulum keep swinging to the left, the swingback will be outstanding.  

If Obama gets four more years, and the unemployment does not go down and things actually get worse, then we have more chance of seeing radical change.  

Just praying for deadlock. 



Ah...the whole destroy the united states and make everyone suffer for the greater good theory that kind of ideology sounds familiar
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Posted: 6/17/2012 11:36:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dl36:



Money...

It is even funnier to watch the mindless partisan aliases/suppoters attack you because they know you might have a point...  If they could convincingly assert that romney is a valid candidate they would simply state their case...

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Posted: 6/18/2012 1:13:10 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dl36:

what bothers me about obama is that he really did not the whole hope/change thing he promised... and at the same time with beck/right winged propaganda that said he would be a liberal extremist muslim did not come true either... and under all of that hoopla and BS as well as the petty stupid scrutiny obama quietly has done things I dont agree with... f/f attack on 2nd amendment, emancipation/freedoms not being given back, extensions of the Bush tax cuts. etc (the amnesty is not as huge of a deal for me)

The OP is questioning the basic sanity of Romney... I actually dont trust a thing he says or claims to stand for... but I am wondering how you think Romney will hurt the country?



I can only go by what the man has supported before on record.

Assault weapon bans, carbon taxes and state run health care are a good start to indicate that he will not stop the onslaught of big govt, but carry the baton farther.  Especially if the pubes keep the congress.  

If my choices are Obama or Romney I can only pray for deadlock. 
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Posted: 6/18/2012 1:14:34 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MoneySRH:

Ah...the whole destroy the united states and make everyone suffer for the greater good theory that kind of ideology sounds familiar

Deadlock does not destroy.  Deadlock keeps the frame of the Republic in tact so that it can be rebuilt.  


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Posted: 6/18/2012 2:46:19 AM
I am not necessarily against deadlock, but lets get real with the current teaparty influence...

deadlock is also a sign of an inexperience and clueless legislative branch...  just vote no on everything and anything... no real thought... but the teaparty voters simply said just vote against the incumbent mindlessly, regardless of it is a good idea or not...

like I said I am not against deadlock, but simply rotating the crew on the titanic is not answer... especially since we dont even know if many of them have never been on a boat or know how to swim...


once again... almost a full page and no romney voters/supporters...  I think that the mindless anyone but obama crowd who championed trump/perry/cain/santorum/christie etc is one thing... but romney supporters that actually think that he was the best candidate out of the GOP pool and the best candidate for america seem to be doing the "cut and run" act


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Posted: 6/18/2012 5:23:36 PM
I think a lot of people are underestimating the "anyone but Obama" approach to the upcoming election.  

An incumbent in a failing nation is not a good thing to be.  
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