Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#30197 Aug 6, 2012
Did my last postconfuse you Booby?
Dod

Clearfield, PA

#30198 Aug 6, 2012
bobby6464 wrote:
Racist rogers, post that link to your right wing poll but i doubt if you can, as all you posted is the opinion of another right wing tea bag.
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poor billy c

Newville, PA

#30199 Aug 6, 2012
Dod wrote:
<quoted text>
PLEASE SEND THIS TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW AS IT COULD SAVE THEIR LIFE.
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thats hilarious!! i guess you can almost have pity on billy with a wife like that. ever notice how creepy looking democrat women are? wonder why that is. democrats have janet reno, madeleine albright, debbie wasserman schultz,helen thomas,rosie o'donnell, just to name a few.gop hasann coulter, bo derek, laura ingrham, sarah palin, angie harmon,nikki haley, janine turner, monica crowley,megan kelly.

just google republican women vs democrat women.
one of the videos plays the song "who let the dogs out" when they show photos of the democrat women. when the gop women are shown tom jones is singing "she's a lady"

howard stern, a liberal, made the comment of how HOT and SMART the women of FOX are.

lets face it the gop have the brainy babes, the democrat have angry "wish they were men" women

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#30200 Aug 6, 2012
Racist rogers, you still having problems posting that link to the poll you boy claims to have seen? Who is dick Morris? He is some one who cant produce any thing but a negative opinion of president Obama. Obama has the electoral map according to all poll that provides a link.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#30201 Aug 6, 2012
bobby6464 wrote:
Racist rogers, you still having problems posting that link to the poll you boy claims to have seen? Who is dick Morris? He is some one who cant produce any thing but a negative opinion of president Obama. Obama has the electoral map according to all poll that provides a link.
I told you Boobie you had no idea who Dick Morris was.

Now, the question is, are you a young punk who knows nothing about your own party or are you someone who isn't registered to vote and never did vote or are you, as Dan the Man said more than once the retarded nephew he's ashamed of?
Bob Dole

West Mifflin, PA

#30202 Aug 6, 2012
The call for more information about Romney’s financial past, however, is bipartisan. A poll released today found fifty six percent of all voters, including sixty one percent of independents, think that Romney should release twelve years of returns.

These fifteen prominent Republicans are calling on Romney to release more tax returns, now:

1. George Will, On ABC’s “This Week,” Will, a long-time conservative commentator and Washington Post columnist.

2. Bill Kristol, another conservative commentator, on Fox News.

3. Ron Paul, ran against Romney as the Republican presidential candidate.

4. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley.

5. Michael Steele, The former chair of the Republican National Committee

6. Rep. Walter Jones, The Republican Congressman from North Carolina

7. Ana Navarro, A former advisor to John McCain.

8. Rep. Pete Sessions,(R-TX) leads the National Republican Congressional Committee

9. Gov. Haley Barbour, The Mississippi Governor

10. Matthew Dowd, A conservative commentator

11. Rick Tyler, Republican strategist and former adviser to Newt Gingrich’s campaign

12. John Weaver, This Republican strategist

13. Brit Hume, The conservative Fox News commentator

14. David Frum, The conservative journalist

15. John Feehery, This Republican strategist

16. Gov. Rick Perry, Texas Governor and former Republican Presidential candidate

17. Sen. Chuck Grassley, An Iowa Republican

18. Sen. Dick Lugar , former U.S. Senator from Indiana

19. Wayne MacDonald, The chair of the New Hampshire GOP

20. Mike Murphy , another long-time GOP consultant and former Romney employee.

Several experts have said they believe Romney could have paid little to no taxes at all in past 10 years (particularly 2009).

UPDATE!!!!

LQQK HERE:

http://www.electoral-vote.com/
Dick NIxon

West Mifflin, PA

#30203 Aug 6, 2012
When Barack Obama took over the presidency on Jan. 20, 2009, the economy was hemorrhaging jobs. After the stimulus bill was passed and went into effect, the rate of job loss slowed down but still 4.3 million jobs were lost in the first 13 months of Obama's presidency. Since then, jobs have started to come back. Every month since Feb. 2010 jobs have been added to the economy, albeit not enough to get unemployment under 8%. Since Obama took office, 4 million new jobs have been added, so there is still a small net loss. Nevertheless, with three jobs reports due before the election, there is about an even chance that there will be a net jobs gain for Obama's term. Of course it will be nothing like the 23 million jobs added during Bill Clinton's two terms but Clinton took over during a far more positive economic climate
Dick NIxon

West Mifflin, PA

#30204 Aug 6, 2012
Fewer Polls This Year Want to Guess Romney's Running Mate?
Romney Hood "The Real Numbers"
Bonus Quote of the Day Romney Keeping More 2008 Voters Than Obama

News from the Votemaster
Obama Close to Breaking Even on Jobs
When Barack Obama took over the presidency on Jan. 20, 2009, the economy was hemorrhaging jobs. After the stimulus bill was passed and went into effect, the rate of job loss slowed down but still 4.3 million jobs were lost in the first 13 months of Obama's presidency. Since then, jobs have started to come back. Every month since Feb. 2010 jobs have been added to the economy, albeit not enough to get unemployment under 8%. Since Obama took office, 4 million new jobs have been added, so there is still a small net loss. Nevertheless, with three jobs reports due before the election, there is about an even chance that there will be a net jobs gain for Obama's term. Of course it will be nothing like the 23 million jobs added during Bill Clinton's two terms but Clinton took over during a far more positive economic climate. For a list of jobs gained/lost during various administrations, click here.

Pollsters Wrestle with Cell Phones
So many voters no longer have a landline that failing to call cell-only voters is becoming a big problem for pollsters. Bill McIntuff (R) and Peter Hart (D), who together poll for NBC and the Wall Street Journal, have now decided to make 30% of their sample cell-only voters. In fact, if they have enough landline voters already included in their sample and reach someone on a cell phone who also has a landline, they terminate the interview immediately. The reason is that cell-only voters skew strongly Democratic and they don't want to count someone with both kinds of phones as a cell-only voter.

The rise of cell-only voters causes a problem for automated pollsters like Rasmussen Reports, PPP, and SurveyUSA. By law, automated dialing of cell phone numbers is forbidden. Rasmussen tries to capture the missing electorate with online interviews, but that approach is fraught with problems. Furthermore, nobody really knows how many people have only a cell phone and not a landline, so it is not easy to correct for these people after the fact. Pollsters who use live interviewers can randomly dial any telephone number, so they don't have this problem. No one really has a good answer here and the problem is only getting worse.

Fight Over Early Voting in Ohio Goes to Court
The Republican-controlled Ohio legislature changed the law this year to stop early voting three days before the election except for military families. Voters who think they can vote the Saturday, Sunday or Monday before election day will be told they can't vote unless they are active military or families of people in the Armed Forces. The Democrats sued the state to make it possible for everyone to vote the last three days, not just military personnel. Mitt Romney has blasted the Democrats for being against the military because they want the law overturned so everyone can vote the last three days. Romney called the lawsuit despicable.

The real reason the legislature eliminated the last three days of early voting is to reduce turnout, especially among people who can't take off time on a Tuesday to vote, for example, bus drivers. By allowing service members to vote on these days, the Republicans laid a trap so they could attack the Democrats as being against the troops when the lawsuit (which they expected) came. Needless to say, the Democrats have forcefully defended their position as wanting everyone to be able to vote the last three days. There is no logical reason to have weeks of early voting, as Ohio does, but not the last three days, other than voter suppression.
Dick NIxon

West Mifflin, PA

#30205 Aug 6, 2012
Fight Over Early Voting in Ohio Goes to Court
The Republican-controlled Ohio legislature changed the law this year to stop early voting three days before the election except for military families. Voters who think they can vote the Saturday, Sunday or Monday before election day will be told they can't vote unless they are active military or families of people in the Armed Forces. The Democrats sued the state to make it possible for everyone to vote the last three days, not just military personnel. Mitt Romney has blasted the Democrats for being against the military because they want the law overturned so everyone can vote the last three days. Romney called the lawsuit despicable.

The real reason the legislature eliminated the last three days of early voting is to reduce turnout, especially among people who can't take off time on a Tuesday to vote, for example, bus drivers. By allowing service members to vote on these days, the Republicans laid a trap so they could attack the Democrats as being against the troops when the lawsuit (which they expected) came. Needless to say, the Democrats have forcefully defended their position as wanting everyone to be able to vote the last three days. There is no logical reason to have weeks of early voting, as Ohio does, but not the last three days, other than voter suppression.
Dick NIxon

West Mifflin, PA

#30206 Aug 6, 2012
If Romney chooses former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty as his running mate, one issue that will come up quickly is the 75 cent per pack "health impact fee" on cigarettes he pushed for and got. This was plainly a tax increase, something Pawlenty had promised not to do. By not calling it a tax, he hoped to be able to claim he hadn't raised taxes. But for conservatives who are against tax increases, raising taxes and calling them fees is not what they had in mind. This whole business is like the old child's riddle: "How many legs would a mule have if you called the tail a leg?" Answer: "Four. Calling the tail a leg doesn't make it a leg." Calling a tax something else doesn't somehow make it not a tax.
Dick NIxon

West Mifflin, PA

#30207 Aug 6, 2012
Earlier this year President Obama said he would not deport young illegals who were brought to the U.S. as children, have never been in trouble with the law, and who have either completed high school or have an honorable discharge from the Armed Forces. Now the program is coming into action. As of Aug. 15, the forms to apply for the program will be available online. No doubt during September and October many young Latinos will be busy filling out the applications. While they can't become citizens and can't vote, many of them surely have relatives and friends who are U.S. citizens and are very happy with this new program. An interesting question is what Mitt Romney says about it. Probably he will try to avoid answering questions about it, but if he is asked point blank during one of the debates whether he would continue the program if he is elected President, it will be tricky to find an answer that satisfies both Latinos and his own base.
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#30208 Aug 6, 2012
“Nobody is satisfied.”

Explaining his vision of job creation, Obama said that if the country hired new teachers those new teachers could go to restaurants and spend money.

“Look, nobody is satisfied with our pace of growth,”

Obama said Thursday in Leesburg, Va.

“Nobody is satisfied.”

If construction workers had more money, they might buy new cars, the president said.

If we had new teachers, they could go out to restaurants and eat.

In January 2009, the month Obama was inaugurated, the national unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.

That month, Obama's top economic adviser, Christina Romer, published a report predicting that unemployment would not exceed 8 percent if Congress enacted Obama's stimulus plan.

Congress did enact that plan and Obama signed it on Feb. 17, 2009.

Since then, the unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for 42 straight months

(February 2009 through July 2012).

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-hire-ne ...
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#30209 Aug 6, 2012
Dick NIxon wrote:
When Barack Obama took over the presidency on Jan. 20, 2009, the economy was hemorrhaging jobs. After the stimulus bill was passed and went into effect, the rate of job loss slowed down but still 4.3 million jobs were lost in the first 13 months of Obama's presidency. Since then, jobs have started to come back. Every month since Feb. 2010 jobs have been added to the economy, albeit not enough to get unemployment under 8%. Since Obama took office, 4 million new jobs have been added, so there is still a small net loss. Nevertheless, with three jobs reports due before the election, there is about an even chance that there will be a net jobs gain for Obama's term. Of course it will be nothing like the 23 million jobs added during Bill Clinton's two terms but Clinton took over during a far more positive economic climate
..........
“Nobody is satisfied.”

Explaining his vision of job creation, Obama said that if the country hired new teachers those new teachers could go to restaurants and spend money.

“Look, nobody is satisfied with our pace of growth,”

Obama said Thursday in Leesburg, Va.

“Nobody is satisfied.”

If construction workers had more money, they might buy new cars, the president said.

If we had new teachers, they could go out to restaurants and eat.

In January 2009, the month Obama was inaugurated, the national unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.

That month, Obama's top economic adviser, Christina Romer, published a report predicting that unemployment would not exceed 8 percent if Congress enacted Obama's stimulus plan.

Congress did enact that plan and Obama signed it on Feb. 17, 2009.

Since then, the unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for 42 straight months

(February 2009 through July 2012).

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-hire-ne ...
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#30210 Aug 6, 2012
Dick NIxon wrote:
Earlier this year President Obama said he would not deport young illegals who were brought to the U.S. as children, have never been in trouble with the law, and who have either completed high school or have an honorable discharge from the Armed Forces. Now the program is coming into action. As of Aug. 15, the forms to apply for the program will be available online. No doubt during September and October many young Latinos will be busy filling out the applications. While they can't become citizens and can't vote, many of them surely have relatives and friends who are U.S. citizens and are very happy with this new program. An interesting question is what Mitt Romney says about it. Probably he will try to avoid answering questions about it, but if he is asked point blank during one of the debates whether he would continue the program if he is elected President, it will be tricky to find an answer that satisfies both Latinos and his own base.
..........

“Nobody is satisfied.”

Explaining his vision of job creation, Obama said that if the country hired new teachers those new teachers could go to restaurants and spend money.

“Look, nobody is satisfied with our pace of growth,”

Obama said Thursday in Leesburg, Va.

“Nobody is satisfied.”

If construction workers had more money, they might buy new cars, the president said.

If we had new teachers, they could go out to restaurants and eat.

In January 2009, the month Obama was inaugurated, the national unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.

That month, Obama's top economic adviser, Christina Romer, published a report predicting that unemployment would not exceed 8 percent if Congress enacted Obama's stimulus plan.

Congress did enact that plan and Obama signed it on Feb. 17, 2009.

Since then, the unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for 42 straight months

(February 2009 through July 2012).

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-hire-ne ...
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#30211 Aug 6, 2012
Dick NIxon wrote:
If Romney chooses former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty as his running mate, one issue that will come up quickly is the 75 cent per pack "health impact fee" on cigarettes he pushed for and got. This was plainly a tax increase, something Pawlenty had promised not to do. By not calling it a tax, he hoped to be able to claim he hadn't raised taxes. But for conservatives who are against tax increases, raising taxes and calling them fees is not what they had in mind. This whole business is like the old child's riddle: "How many legs would a mule have if you called the tail a leg?" Answer: "Four. Calling the tail a leg doesn't make it a leg." Calling a tax something else doesn't somehow make it not a tax.
..........

“Nobody is satisfied.”

Explaining his vision of job creation, Obama said that if the country hired new teachers those new teachers could go to restaurants and spend money.

“Look, nobody is satisfied with our pace of growth,”

Obama said Thursday in Leesburg, Va.

“Nobody is satisfied.”

If construction workers had more money, they might buy new cars, the president said.

If we had new teachers, they could go out to restaurants and eat.

In January 2009, the month Obama was inaugurated, the national unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.

That month, Obama's top economic adviser, Christina Romer, published a report predicting that unemployment would not exceed 8 percent if Congress enacted Obama's stimulus plan.

Congress did enact that plan and Obama signed it on Feb. 17, 2009.

Since then, the unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for 42 straight months

(February 2009 through July 2012).

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-hire-ne ...
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#30212 Aug 6, 2012
Bob Dole wrote:
The call for more information about Romney’s financial past, however, is bipartisan. A poll released today found fifty six percent of all voters, including sixty one percent of independents, think that Romney should release twelve years of returns.
These fifteen prominent Republicans are calling on Romney to release more tax returns, now:
1. George Will, On ABC’s “This Week,” Will, a long-time conservative commentator and Washington Post columnist.
2. Bill Kristol, another conservative commentator, on Fox News.
3. Ron Paul, ran against Romney as the Republican presidential candidate.
4. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley.
5. Michael Steele, The former chair of the Republican National Committee
6. Rep. Walter Jones, The Republican Congressman from North Carolina
7. Ana Navarro, A former advisor to John McCain.
8. Rep. Pete Sessions,(R-TX) leads the National Republican Congressional Committee
9. Gov. Haley Barbour, The Mississippi Governor
10. Matthew Dowd, A conservative commentator
11. Rick Tyler, Republican strategist and former adviser to Newt Gingrich’s campaign
12. John Weaver, This Republican strategist
13. Brit Hume, The conservative Fox News commentator
14. David Frum, The conservative journalist
15. John Feehery, This Republican strategist
16. Gov. Rick Perry, Texas Governor and former Republican Presidential candidate
17. Sen. Chuck Grassley, An Iowa Republican
18. Sen. Dick Lugar , former U.S. Senator from Indiana
19. Wayne MacDonald, The chair of the New Hampshire GOP
20. Mike Murphy , another long-time GOP consultant and former Romney employee.
Several experts have said they believe Romney could have paid little to no taxes at all in past 10 years (particularly 2009).
UPDATE!!!!
LQQK HERE:
http://www.electoral-vote.com/
..........

“Nobody is satisfied.”

Explaining his vision of job creation, Obama said that if the country hired new teachers those new teachers could go to restaurants and spend money.

“Look, nobody is satisfied with our pace of growth,”

Obama said Thursday in Leesburg, Va.

“Nobody is satisfied.”

If construction workers had more money, they might buy new cars, the president said.

If we had new teachers, they could go out to restaurants and eat.

In January 2009, the month Obama was inaugurated, the national unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.

That month, Obama's top economic adviser, Christina Romer, published a report predicting that unemployment would not exceed 8 percent if Congress enacted Obama's stimulus plan.

Congress did enact that plan and Obama signed it on Feb. 17, 2009.

Since then, the unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for 42 straight months

(February 2009 through July 2012).

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-hire-ne ...
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#30213 Aug 6, 2012
TaxNoMore

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#30214 Aug 6, 2012
Mutt vs Mitt wrote:
..........

“Nobody is satisfied.”

Explaining his vision of job creation, Obama said that if the country hired new teachers those new teachers could go to restaurants and spend money.

“Look, nobody is satisfied with our pace of growth,”

Obama said Thursday in Leesburg, Va.

“Nobody is satisfied.”

If construction workers had more money, they might buy new cars, the president said.

If we had new teachers, they could go out to restaurants and eat.

In January 2009, the month Obama was inaugurated, the national unemployment rate was 7.8 percent.

That month, Obama's top economic adviser, Christina Romer, published a report predicting that unemployment would not exceed 8 percent if Congress enacted Obama's stimulus plan.

Congress did enact that plan and Obama signed it on Feb. 17, 2009.

Since then, the unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for 42 straight months

(February 2009 through July 2012).

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-hire-ne ...
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#30215 Aug 6, 2012
This weekend, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney launched on attack an the Obama campaign that is unambiguously based on a lie. On his Facebook page, Romney posted a note directly accusing the re-election effort of working to undermine the voting rights of military members in Ohio:

President Obama’s lawsuit claiming it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow servicemen and women extended early voting privileges during the state’s early voting period is an outrage. The brave men and women of our military make tremendous sacrifices to protect and defend our freedoms, and we should do everything we can to protect their fundamental right to vote. I stand with the fifteen military groups that are defending the rights of military voters, and if I’m entrusted to be the commander-in-chief, I’ll work to protect the voting rights of our military, not undermine them.

The background is that, while all Ohio voters used to enjoy in-person early voting privileges for three days, Republicans in the state legislature this year restricted that right to military members only. The Obama campaign subsequently filed a lawsuit asking that the privileges be extended to all voters:

Plaintiffs bring this lawsuit to restore in-person early voting for all Ohioans during the three days prior to Election Day—a right exercised by an estimated 93,000 Ohioans in the last presidential election. Ohio election law, as currently enacted by the State of Ohio and administered by Defendant Ohio Secretary of State, arbitrarily eliminates early voting during the three days prior to Election Day for most Ohio voters, a right previously available to all Ohio voters.
Mutt vs Mitt

West Mifflin, PA

#30216 Aug 6, 2012
What's that you say? Romney made the claim “without pointing to any evidence.? How dare he make a claim without evience? Wait...isn't that what he claims Dirty Harry did? Ah remember Mittens, What's Sauce for the Goose is Sauce for Gander. Can you spell hypocrite

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