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Old 10-24-2010, 03:44 PM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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Looks like Dems are waking up and realizing they've had enough of the negative Pub nonsense narrative these two years. Races tightening. Time to panic, Pubs.

Pencil in wins for Brown as Governor of CA and Boxer in the Senate!

Tightening Senate races give pause to GOP - Politics - Decision 2010 - msnbc.com
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Old 10-24-2010, 05:18 PM
 
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Looks like Dems are waking up and realizing they've had enough of the negative Pub nonsense narrative these two years. Races tightening. Time to panic, Pubs.

Pencil in wins for Brown as Governor of CA and Boxer in the Senate!

Tightening Senate races give pause to GOP - Politics - Decision 2010 - msnbc.com
Aww, Alexus, looks like you're falling short. Here, I'll finish your rote message:

Pubs are bad.

Obama is God.

And don't you forget it!
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Old 10-24-2010, 06:14 PM
 
Location: Illinois
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Looks like Dems are waking up and realizing they've had enough of the negative Pub nonsense narrative these two years. Races tightening. Time to panic, Pubs.

Pencil in wins for Brown as Governor of CA and Boxer in the Senate!

Tightening Senate races give pause to GOP - Politics - Decision 2010 - msnbc.com
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Old 10-24-2010, 06:17 PM
 
Location: Palm Springs, CA
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I take a practical approach to it: If Americans prefer a country with greater economic and social divisions, and even greater rights for businesses over workers, they'll vote for Republicans, and they'll get what they want. So be it.
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Old 10-24-2010, 09:25 PM
 
Location: Hoboken
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I take a practical approach to it: If Americans prefer a country with greater economic and social divisions, and even greater rights for businesses over workers, they'll vote for Republicans, and they'll get what they want. So be it.
I think you mean, if they want jobs they'll vote Republican, if the want food stamps they'll vote Democrat.
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Old 10-24-2010, 10:09 PM
 
Location: SARASOTA, FLORIDA
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I take a practical approach to it: If Americans prefer a country with greater economic and social divisions, and even greater rights for businesses over workers, they'll vote for Republicans, and they'll get what they want. So be it.

Or if you want workers to tell smart successful business owners how to run their own business, how much to pay them vote dem.

If you want to live off other peoples money, be a failure your entire life, never accomplish anything, never earn your own way then vote dem.

If you want to steal from rich successful people and HAND it over to poor stupid losers who wont work then vote dem.

The divisions are because some people are smarter the others, the smart people start a business and grow it, giving people jobs and a paycheck.

The poor people with no talent or skills get paid min. wage because they have little to no value to the business owner. They choose to be a low paid laborer or they would be working on a skill or a trade. But no, most dems feel they deserve a livable wage by just showing up at work and sweeping the floors and stealing from the business owner.

If you want a free ride and never become anything in your life, vote dem.

If you want to EARN your pay and become something in your life then vote rep.


Simple.


I owned a very successful business and the employees who worked for me where NOT hired to tell me how to run my business and how much they deserved in pay. I OWNED it, it was MINE and I made those decisions, not some employee who believed they had the right to tell me how to do things.

You have never owned a business or you would understand.

If people were smart enough they would have done this themselves now wouldn't they, but no, they came to ME for a job and did what I ASKED them to do if they wanted paid.

Its how things work.

Can you imagine a clerk at Wal Mart telling the CEO how do run Wal Mart?
If you do not have the skills, brains or talent to find a job other then running a cash register then you have no right telling someone how to run anything.

No wonder Obama has killed 9 million jobs and liberalism is dying in America.

Liberals cannot run a popcorn stand with burning the butter or going bankrupt.
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