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Old 09-26-2012, 09:03 PM   #466
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some things to think about

Obama only began to pull ahead after his convention, the highlight of that convention was Bill Clinton's speech, also Clinton has been out in front and center ever since

So Romney is really competing against two, is that really fair, why doesn't Clinton just stay out of it? Is two on one really fair? Is that the American way.
Romney has one the country's most famous actors/directors in his corner in Clint Eastwood. Is that really fair on Obama?!
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Old 09-26-2012, 11:10 PM   #467
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It's really not the Democrats fault that the GOP has put Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld/Rove into the witness protection program.

The country is proud of the Clinton presidency. The country is aghast and ashamed at the Bush years. One side knows how to govern, the other side only knows how to ruin.

Why shouldn't Obama gain from this?
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Christie: Debate will turn presidential race 'upside down' - POLITICO.com


Christie really is looking out for number 1. What a tub of shit.
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Christie really is looking out for number 1. What a tub of shit.



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^Looks like Christie was right, according to some polls

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6:17PM EST October 8. 2012 - A new poll, a different view.

Mitt Romney now leads President Obama by 4 percentage points among likely voters after a strong debate performance last week, according to polling by the Pew Research Center.

The GOP presidential nominee has a 49% to 45% edge, Pew says. Last month, Obama had an 8-point advantage among those most likely to vote in the Pew survey.

Registered voters by more than 3-to-1 -- or 66% to 20% -- said Romney did a better job than Obama in their first presidential debate last week in Denver. Romney was generally viewed as more aggressive and forceful in their debate on the economy and domestic issues, while Obama sometimes lacked focus.

The Pew poll has a different finding than Gallup's daily tracking poll. In a seven-day rolling average Oct. 1-7, Obama led Romney among registered voters, 49% to 45%, according to Gallup.

Gallup, however, found that Romney pulled even with Obama in two days of surveys taken Thursday and Friday after the debate. Obama apparently did better over the weekend after the jobless rate for September went below 8%, as reported on Friday.
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Romney Foreign Policy Speech Brings More Lies And Reversals In Positions - Forbes

Etch-a-Sketch Romney at his finest.

And yet, there are some on the right who will continue to vouch for him because he plays on their side. Not doing so would be tantamount to heresy and seemingly completely contradict their worldview.

I would love it if people on both sides hold their nominees to account and demand that they do better. Both sides twist the truth, but that doesn't make it right.

Each side wants to win at all costs, I get that. But the real losers will always be the American people.
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All of this from one debate? He's really benefiting from short attention spans


Mitt Romney Favorability Reaches New High In Poll
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All of this from one debate? He's really benefiting from short attention spans


Mitt Romney Favorability Reaches New High In Poll
Yeah, the good news is that it will quickly drop if Obama bounces back in the next debate. Plus, Romney is likely to shoot himself in the foot again between now and the election.
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Romney Foreign Policy Speech Brings More Lies And Reversals In Positions - Forbes

Etch-a-Sketch Romney at his finest.

And yet, there are some on the right who will continue to vouch for him because he plays on their side. Not doing so would be tantamount to heresy and seemingly completely contradict their worldview.

I would love it if people on both sides hold their nominees to account and demand that they do better. Both sides twist the truth, but that doesn't make it right.

Each side wants to win at all costs, I get that. But the real losers will always be the American people.
No matter what position he takes on a given day, at least it's not a SOCIALIST position. He would need a little "D" next to his name instead of an "R" for it to be SOCIALISM.
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Hulk's on the team

Now that's a heck of a celebrity endorsement. It would have been all kinds of awesome if Hulk wore a Romney t shirt in his sex tape. Two birds with one stone, so to speak. Maybe he did, I haven't seen it nor do I ever want to.



Hulk Hogan, the veteran wrestler currently caught in the eye of a sextape storm, stopped by HuffPost Live on Tuesday to talk about his personal life, career and, naturally, politics.

The Hoganator said that he's currently leaning toward voting for Mitt Romney. "That's where I'm at right now," he told HuffPost Live host Marc Lamont Hill. "Something needs to change in this country. There's no reason why this country shouldn't be up and running and everybody healthy and happy and prosperous. We need a change. I'm just waiting for someone to take the lead and run."

Hogan explained that he felt "there were a lot of promises, man."

Though he was voicing his support for the Republican candidate, Hogan was careful to make explicit that he felt the issues plaguing America were not the fault of one man or party. "And I just know everybody is identified with different interest groups, and how you have to bow down," Hogan said. "So it's not one man, it's the whole political environment that needs to regroup. It's too tangled up."

"I think he knows I'm on the team," Hogan said when asked if Romney knew of his support. "I showed up at an event down in Tampa [and] spoke my peace."

A sextape of Hogan was leaked to Gawker. In the video, Hogan can be seen engaging in various sex acts with Heather Clem, the wife of Hogan's friend Bubba the Love Sponge. According to Hogan, Bubba was aware of, and OK with, their activities.
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more problems for Obama, he no longer has the black vote tied up




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Stacey Dash defends pro-Romney stance – The Marquee Blog - CNN.com Blogs
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Gee, I sure hope the Republicans will be coming in to tell these celebrity endorsers to tone it down and keep their political views to themselves. Wouldn't want people feeling they're being told what to think by celebrities and have politics tied to Hollywood or anything, after all, that would just be wrong.
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"As a country, this is my choice. This is the man I want to lead my country. It's my right as an American citizen, it's my constitutional right to have my choice to who I want to vote for for president. And I chose him not by the color of his skin, but the content of his character," the actress told CNN's Piers Morgan.
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Gee, I sure hope the Republicans will be coming in to tell these celebrity endorsers to tone it down and keep their political views to themselves. Wouldn't want people feeling they're being told what to think by celebrities and have politics tied to Hollywood or anything, after all, that would just be wrong.


oh.... so....So.........SO.......WRONG!!!



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What's being said to and about her is wrong. Like she's some sort of traitor to the black race. That's the issue, no matter how much some people try to say otherwise. She thinks for herself, as an individual.

It certainly is her right as an American citizen.
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