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Old 07-19-2012, 02:23 PM  
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Obama is going to lose big time

I'm calling it. The guy is going to lose in an electoral landslide.
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Old 09-21-2012, 12:20 AM   #451
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I'm not sure if this picture is an illustration or not, but Rite Aid has been in trouble for years. There have been a large number of closings over the past 4 years, which have been unrelated to the economy.

Rite-Aid pretty much kinda sucks compared to CVS or Walgreens. And they all bow down to the Costco pharmacy.
That came from a site with different pictures of different places and former stores. I just choose one to symbolize them. But I am seeing more of this everyday, some of my favorite places are just gone.
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:37 AM   #452
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I've not heard any mission accomplished talk or banners put up that the economy is all rosy. I'm thinking like Clinton no President could have fixed all these problems he found on day one in 4 years.
That's not what Obama was telling us 4 years ago and he's given us no reason to believe he's turning any corners. When he fails after another four years are you going start telling us how no President could have fixed the problem in 8 years?
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:39 AM   #453
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And yet in baseball, you'd be the greatest hitter or pitcher of all time.

And actually, it's 60-69, not 70.
If we're looking for a guy who can bat .300 on the economy over the next 4 years, our standards are too low. Personally, I'm looking for a guy who's on a winning streak like Ronald Reagan or Mitt Romney.
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:41 AM   #454
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Obama Had his mission accomplished moment when at his convention he bragged about killing Bin Laden and then restated the US supports the Arab Spring. Less than two weeks later we got attacked on 9/11 and our Ambassador and several other Americans were killed in Libya. Then his administration babbled on about it being caused by a video. His whole Middle East policy is burning down before our collective eyes. Obama is a failure. Hell, even he said today he can't change Washington. Game over man, game over.
"Yes We Can" has become "I Can't".

The most important lesson Barack Obama says he's learned as POTUS:

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Old 09-21-2012, 08:44 AM   #455
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If we're looking for a guy who can bat .300 on the economy over the next 4 years, our standards are too low. Personally, I'm looking for a guy who's on a winning streak like Ronald Reagan or Mitt Romney.

Romney can't seem to get out of his own way, however. He gives me a very John Kerry like feeling -- a candidate running against a POTUS that many have serious issues with, but too bumbling to win the victory that he had a very legitimate shot of getting (unlike, for example, Mondale in '84 or Dole in '96, who were dead ducks from day one basically, up against popular incumbents).
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:54 AM   #456
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Romney can't seem to get out of his own way, however. He gives me a very John Kerry like feeling -- a candidate running against a POTUS that many have serious issues with, but too bumbling to win the victory that he had a very legitimate shot of getting (unlike, for example, Mondale in '84 or Dole in '96, who were dead ducks from day one basically, up against popular incumbents).
Given your sense of the situation, I assume you'll be giving Romney your vote just like you did Kerry, right?
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Old 09-21-2012, 11:07 AM   #457
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Romney can't seem to get out of his own way, however. He gives me a very John Kerry like feeling -- a candidate running against a POTUS that many have serious issues with, but too bumbling to win the victory that he had a very legitimate shot of getting (unlike, for example, Mondale in '84 or Dole in '96, who were dead ducks from day one basically, up against popular incumbents).
John Kerry? Is that the feeling that he gives you? What part of Romney's uber successful businessman credentials, good looks, public and private sector experience and all around winner at life history reminds you of John Kerry? John Kerry married his money, he's not good looking which unfortunately is important in todays political era. John Kerry took a big shit on his country and our soldiers in the field publically after he returned from Vietnam. John Kerry and Mitt Romney have two very different life stories. Romney is simply a better man than John Kerry ever hoped to be. Your comparison is lame.
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Old 09-21-2012, 11:12 AM   #458
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John Kerry? Is that the feeling that he gives you? What part of Romney's uber successful businessman credentials, good looks, public and private sector experience and all around winner at life history reminds you of John Kerry? John Kerry married his money, he's not good looking whichis unfortunately important in todays political era. John Kerry took a big shit on his country and our soldiers in the field publically after he returned from Vietnam. John Kerry and Mitt Romney have two very different life stories. Romney is simply a better man than John Kerry ever hoped to be. Your comparison is lame.
You seriously think Mittens aka Mr I was too important to go to Vietnam and Mr I was born on 3rd base but thinks he hit a triple is a better man than someone who served his country?

No wonder your dumbass thought Romney had a chance of winning.
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You seriously think Mittens aka Mr I was too important to go to Vietnam and Mr I was born on 3rd base but thinks he hit a triple is a better man than someone who served his country?

No wonder your dumbass thought Romney had a chance of winning.
And Romney's "public sector experience"? He was a shitty governor in Massachusetts. I will concede that it was an accomplishment win the election in that state as a Republican, but once in office he was a failure.
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You seriously think Mittens aka Mr I was too important to go to Vietnam and Mr I was born on 3rd base but thinks he hit a triple is a better man than someone who served his country?

No wonder your dumbass thought Romney had a chance of winning.
Reluctantly served his country.
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Reluctantly served his country.
still hanging on to the swift boaters lies?
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still hanging on to the swift boaters lies?
Not at all. Would you like me to prove it to you (again)?
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still hanging on to the swift boaters lies?
The one positive thing that can happen if Romney gets smashed and the Republicans don't do well in the congressional races is that the party can boot the teabaggers and the other nutjobs out of the party and the moderates can return.
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Old 09-21-2012, 11:27 AM   #464
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You seriously think Mittens aka Mr I was too important to go to Vietnam and Mr I was born on 3rd base but thinks he hit a triple is a better man than someone who served his country?

No wonder your dumbass thought Romney had a chance of winning.
Listen dummy. Romney is either a great businessman who climbed to success on the backs of the working man or a bumbling idiot who can't get out of his way according to many Democrats. You guys can't get your stories straight. Bain Capital has been extremely successful and it has made Romney extremely rich. He didn't get that money from his family. He created that wealth along with his business partners. My point is he can't be a bumbling second tier candidate like John Kerry was one moment and then be some kind of Uber rich guy with his Car elevators and money the next. Face it, the guy is a winner. He's proven it with his public, private and personal life. His kids aren't losers, he's got a rock solid personal story and he's been more succesful than most and he's got a good public record.

If you want to take a crap on him go ahead you have the right but you look like a fool doing it.
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You seriously think Mittens aka Mr I was too important to go to Vietnam and Mr I was born on 3rd base but thinks he hit a triple is a better man than someone who served his country?
I don't think it. I know it.
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