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Old 10-04-2012, 10:21 AM
 
Location: Atlanta, GA
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This is the same problem I have with rush and sean and cain and lovin all you win-nuts. You implied to us that you knew for a fact that she was cheating the system. Turns out you don't. You misled us to thinking the worst.
No that is not misleading it is called what is legal. Obviously she was cheating the system but, if you do not have solid proof it cannot be proved. Do you know how the courts work?

That is how they work the system only socialists think otherwise.

Oh an the socialists do not mislead? Haha look at all of their polls with Obama leading thats sample was 15% more Democrat.

 
Old 10-04-2012, 10:24 AM
 
Location: Atlanta, GA
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And yet, today, it turns out Romney lied. Imagine that a Republican lying, Romney lying...

Sure, you can argue the President was off his game last night, but ROMNEY IS A LIAR!
Keep drinking that Obama juice. How many more people are on food stamps? Or SNAP God forbid food stamps would embarrass them.
 
Old 10-04-2012, 10:41 AM
 
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It's not your problem until these same people have to rob you becuase they can't get a job due to having no contact. You don't see how it benefits your own wellbieng to make sure these folks can immerse back into society?
It is amazing that when a person becomes unemployed, they then "have to rob you because they can't get a job due to having no contact." Since when has a person been forced to rob? Presently, the unemployment rate (under the Obama administration) is 8.1% and the effecive rate is considerably higher as many are underemployed. Do all of these people feel compelled to rob in order to keep from starving? This is ridiculous! Whatever happened to doing the righ thing? Whatever happened to right and wrong?

In our country today, there are food stamps, unemployment insurance and numerous non-government organizations who provide relief to the poor. In Atlanta, there are several homeless shelters which provide meals as well.

I could have accepted an argument that the former prisoner might be tempted to rob again, but saying they are "forced to" is a bridge too far.

This is what conservatives see as the main challenge facing our country, when right and wrong no longer matter and everyone is perceived as a victim that can't make it without the governments help, the future doesn't look so bright.
 
Old 10-04-2012, 10:45 AM
 
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Obama can't talk about his record as president because it is a record of failure. The 'blame Bush' act is old and no one (other than the most delusional lib-tards) is buying it anymore. He really had nothing to talk about.
I didn't hear Obama blame George Bush for anything.

And how could you? The Bush economic plan was sheer genius. Lower taxes on the job creators, loosen up the stiffing regulations and jobs and the economy will go through the roof. Just the let free market work its magic.

By the time Bush left office, the economy was rock solid as I recall. If Obama had simply left everything the way it was we'd probably be in fat city by now.
 
Old 10-04-2012, 11:02 AM
 
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Is this last poster on drugs? Seriously, the economy was spiraling out of control 1.5 years before Obama took office. I imagine Bush knew that the economy was going to collapse based on his horrible policies, but he was hoping it would collapse after Obama took office. NO, the economy started collapsing in 2007. Then Bush put a gun to Congress and ordered them to give the banks 800 million dollars to cover up their screw ups after they spent the past decade screwing over the American people.

Republican economics and deregulation don't work. These policies failed miserably during the Bush years and they'll fail miserably if Romney would ever try to implement them again.

I give Obama a complete pass for the last 4 years. It's hard to get anything accomplished when the Republicans keep stonewalling him at every turn. Obama has brought up tons of jobs bills, which people would know if they watch any other network besides FOX Noise. Republicans keep voting against them. Republicans want him to fail and by extension they want the country to fail. How anyone could vote for a party that wants the country to fail is beyond me.

Obama inherited a complete mess from Bush and has done the best he could to improve things. Mitt Romney is only out for the 1% as proven by his video.
 
Old 10-04-2012, 11:15 AM
 
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Is this last poster on drugs? Seriously, the economy was spiraling out of control 1.5 years before Obama took office. I imagine Bush knew that the economy was going to collapse based on his horrible policies, but he was hoping it would collapse after Obama took office. NO, the economy started collapsing in 2007. Then Bush put a gun to Congress and ordered them to give the banks 800 million dollars to cover up their screw ups after they spent the past decade screwing over the American people.

Republican economics and deregulation don't work. These policies failed miserably during the Bush years and they'll fail miserably if Romney would ever try to implement them again.
Er, how could all that happen simply because we lowered taxes on the job creators and loosened up the regulations that are strangling business?

If we simply roll back all the socialist policies Obama has forced down our throats -- and I think you know what they are -- and roll back all the massive tax increases Obama has imposed, you'll see this country rebound to the greatness of the Bush years immediately.

Watch what happens when Romney takes over. Four years from now this will all seem like a bad dream.
 
Old 10-04-2012, 12:12 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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Er, how could all that happen simply because we lowered taxes on the job creators and loosened up the regulations that are strangling business?

If we simply roll back all the socialist policies Obama has forced down our throats -- and I think you know what they are -- and roll back all the massive tax increases Obama has imposed, you'll see this country rebound to the greatness of the Bush years immediately.

Watch what happens when Romney takes over. Four years from now this will all seem like a bad dream.
YEAH, PREACH IT BROTHA!! Oh, wait. Uhhhhhhh

 
Old 10-04-2012, 12:13 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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Is this last poster on drugs? Seriously, the economy was spiraling out of control 1.5 years before Obama took office. I imagine Bush knew that the economy was going to collapse based on his horrible policies, but he was hoping it would collapse after Obama took office. NO, the economy started collapsing in 2007. Then Bush put a gun to Congress and ordered them to give the banks 800 million dollars to cover up their screw ups after they spent the past decade screwing over the American people.

Republican economics and deregulation don't work. These policies failed miserably during the Bush years and they'll fail miserably if Romney would ever try to implement them again.

I give Obama a complete pass for the last 4 years. It's hard to get anything accomplished when the Republicans keep stonewalling him at every turn. Obama has brought up tons of jobs bills, which people would know if they watch any other network besides FOX Noise. Republicans keep voting against them. Republicans want him to fail and by extension they want the country to fail. How anyone could vote for a party that wants the country to fail is beyond me.

Obama inherited a complete mess from Bush and has done the best he could to improve things. Mitt Romney is only out for the 1% as proven by his video.
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Any other "opinions" you care to share, or I mean, copy and paste.
 
Old 10-04-2012, 12:35 PM
 
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NO, the economy started collapsing in 2007. Then Bush put a gun to Congress and ordered them to give the banks 800 million dollars to cover up their screw ups after they spent the past decade screwing over the American people.
Oh, I see. So now it was George Bush who bailed out the banks and Wall Street because they were "too big to fail"?

Blame much?
 
Old 10-04-2012, 12:36 PM
 
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