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Aries Walker 09-24-2012 01:52 AM

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Originally Posted by CoMoChief (Post 8944813)
Obama is nothing but a liar....and is completely relying on the American people to once again believe the bullshit rhetoric that spews from his ass and not look at the real facts.

Did they ask him about NDAA?

Something tells me he's not going to get your vote.

Call it a hunch.

patteeu 09-24-2012 08:18 AM

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Originally Posted by J Diddy (Post 8944805)
I'll tell you what brought me to that conclusion. He states that the tax rates would come down but some exemptions would be gone(rather vaguely I might add), then he defended the capital gains rates.

So out of Romney tonight we got taxes coming down, some mysterious undisclosed write offs would go away, capital gains are staying the same and "maybe the middle class will see a little break."

That's what people who care about economic growth talk like.

patteeu 09-24-2012 08:19 AM

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Originally Posted by dmahurin (Post 8944866)
How am I supposed to get drunk then? I'll go with drink every time Romney/Obama don't give a straight answer. I'll be ****ed up in no time.

He said it was a 12 Step Program, not a drinking game.

HonestChieffan 09-24-2012 08:51 AM

Things that make you go Hmmmmmm


Tonight, CBS aired a 60 Minutes interview with President Obama. But curiously enough, the news magazine show did not air a clip of Obama admitting to interviewer Steve Kroft that some of his campaign ads contain mistakes and that some even “go overboard.”

60 Minutes did, however, post the clip online.

CBS describes the clip this way: “President Obama says some of his campaign ads might ‘go overboard’ or contain mistakes, but most of them simply highlight the differences between him and Gov. Romney.”

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/...ds_652973.html

ChiefaRoo 09-24-2012 09:00 AM

Obama has got to go so we can bring in a clear eyed, pro growth President who will get us growing again via the private market, create jobs and lower debt. As I've said previously Obama is just a guy, a celebrity, he doesn't know how to fix the economy and he doesn't want to learn. Romney is a moderate, a pragmatist and his history is one of success and dogged determination aimed at results. Ryan as his number two will be crucial in working congress and wonking the detail.

Obama can go on the speaking circuit, be President of Harvard and still be a celebrity like a Democratic version of Sarah Palin which is really all he is.

dirk digler 09-24-2012 09:04 AM

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Originally Posted by ChiefaRoo (Post 8945201)
Obama has got to go so we can bring in a clear eyed, pro growth President who will get us growing again via the private market, create jobs and lower debt. As I've said previously Obama is just a guy, a celebrity, he doesn't know how to fix the economy and he doesn't want to learn. Romney is a moderate, a pragmatist and his history is one of success and dogged determination aimed at results. Ryan as his number two will be crucial in working congress and wonking the detail.

Obama can go on the speaking circuit, be President of Harvard and still be a celebrity like a Democratic version of Sarah Palin which is really all he is.

Thanks Ann.

patteeu 09-24-2012 09:08 AM

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Originally Posted by ChiefaRoo (Post 8945201)
Obama has got to go so we can bring in a clear eyed, pro growth President who will get us growing again via the private market, create jobs and lower debt. As I've said previously Obama is just a guy, a celebrity, he doesn't know how to fix the economy and he doesn't want to learn. Romney is a moderate, a pragmatist and his history is one of success and dogged determination aimed at results. Ryan as his number two will be crucial in working congress and wonking the detail.

Obama can go on the speaking circuit, be President of Harvard and still be a celebrity like a Democratic version of Sarah Palin which is really all he is.

QFT

LMAO @ the last sentence.

J Diddy 09-24-2012 09:09 AM

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Originally Posted by patteeu (Post 8945103)
He said it was a 12 Step Program, not a drinking game.

Then he was incorrect.

J Diddy 09-24-2012 09:14 AM

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Originally Posted by ChiefaRoo (Post 8945201)
Obama has got to go so we can bring in a clear eyed, pro growth President who will get us growing again via the private market, create jobs and lower debt. As I've said previously Obama is just a guy, a celebrity, he doesn't know how to fix the economy and he doesn't want to learn. Romney is a moderate, a pragmatist and his history is one of success and dogged determination aimed at results. Ryan as his number two will be crucial in working congress and wonking the detail.

Obama can go on the speaking circuit, be President of Harvard and still be a celebrity like a Democratic version of Sarah Palin which is really all he is.

What has Romney ever down to lower debt? His business model is saddling companies with debt and jumping ship.

patteeu 09-24-2012 09:24 AM

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Originally Posted by J Diddy (Post 8945219)
Then he was incorrect.

I'm sure Mitt Romney is surprised by, but grateful for, your support.

ChiefaRoo 09-24-2012 09:29 AM

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Originally Posted by J Diddy (Post 8945226)
What has Romney ever down to lower debt? His business model is saddling companies with debt and jumping ship.

No, his business model was to make money and meet his objectives and goals and he did. He will use these skills to tackle the debt and the structural reform that is needed in Washington. Lookit, it's in every Americans interest for us to have a strong dollar. To do that we have to get our spending under control. Once the reforms are in place the tax code can be revised to stimulate businesses (if it's done right they will create new jobs in the USA) take out loop holes and increase revenue to the treasury.

A weak dollar damages us all. It makes our food and energy more expensive. It robs our savings via inflation and it damages our standing in the world. A strong dollar helps us all and it helps the world. We have to get back to fiscal sanity and get our GDP growing robustly again. Romney is the guy for that. Ryan is the perfect number two for that.

J Diddy 09-24-2012 11:30 AM

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Originally Posted by patteeu (Post 8945275)
I'm sure Mitt Romney is surprised by, but grateful for, your support.

I was referring to what's his name suggestion that this should be a 12 step program and not a drinking game.

J Diddy 09-24-2012 11:32 AM

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Originally Posted by ChiefaRoo (Post 8945309)
No, his business model was to make money and meet his objectives and goals and he did. He will use these skills to tackle the debt and the structural reform that is needed in Washington. Lookit, it's in every Americans interest for us to have a strong dollar. To do that we have to get our spending under control. Once the reforms are in place the tax code can be revised to stimulate businesses (if it's done right they will create new jobs in the USA) take out loop holes and increase revenue to the treasury.

A weak dollar damages us all. It makes our food and energy more expensive. It robs our savings via inflation and it damages our standing in the world. A strong dollar helps us all and it helps the world. We have to get back to fiscal sanity and get our GDP growing robustly again. Romney is the guy for that. Ryan is the perfect number two for that.

No, his business model was to prey on weaker companies, saddle them with debt and sale them. How does that translate to a presidency? Besides preying on the poor of course.

patteeu 09-24-2012 11:33 AM

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Originally Posted by J Diddy (Post 8945682)
I was referring to what's his name suggestion that this should be a 12 step program and not a drinking game.

I know what you were referring to, that's why I said what I said. Did you understand his 12 step comment?

J Diddy 09-24-2012 11:40 AM

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Originally Posted by patteeu (Post 8945692)
I know what you were referring to, that's why I said what I said. Did you understand his 12 step comment?

Absolutely.


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