Who do you support for Governor in Pennsylvania in 2010?

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Karl Marxbama

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A Perfect Progressive
Obama, who has no military service record, has shown via his political history in Illinois, that he is a nearly perfect Progressive-Democrat.

While in the Illinois State Senate, Obama is named Chairman of the Health and Human Services Committee. His distinguished works include passing bill to assist children and adults who cannot afford health insurance; increasing funding for AIDS prevention and care; a law requiring police to videotape interrogations for crimes punishable by the death penalty; a law requiring insurance companies to cover routine mammograms; legislation to curb racial profiling.

Obama supports homosexual marriage, racial preferences, banning all guns, flag-burning, socialized medicine and the absolute right to abortion, including partial-birth abortions. He voted against requiring medical care for aborted fetuses who survive.

Obama is anti-war, voted against the reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act, against privatizing Social Security and opposes the death penalty, three strikes laws and school vouchers. He has no military service record. He strongly supports the decriminalization of marijuana.

Obama opposed the Defense of Marriage Act; would work to repeal it in the U.S. Senate; would not vote for any legislation that would restrict the ability of gays and lesbians to marry.

Obama opposed the Born Alive Infant Protection Act four times in Illinois. A similar bill passed the U.S. Senate 98-0. The Born Alive bill would have prohibited a baby from being born alive but left to die according to the mother's wishes.

Obama opposed this bill not once, twice, or three times, but four times.

Obama took almost $90,000 in bundled contributions from the Council for a Livable World. The council is a well-known anti-defense organization.

Obama puts rigid ideology before what's best for the people of Illinois, and presumably he would do that as President as well. He has on several occasions made public his opposition to the NAFTA trade agreement and his belief that it must be negotiated. All the while thanks to NAFTA, Illinois exports $1.3 billion in agricultural goods to Canada.

Obama refused to vote for a bill in the Illinois State Senate that would have increased penalties for drug traffickers.

Obama voted against a bill that would have delivered the death penalty to gang members who murder first responders.

Obama was the only member of the Illinois State Senate to vote against a bill that prohibited early release for sexual predators.
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truth wrote:
The real question is how the Republican faithful could have been so enthralled by her in the first place. From the get go she was an intellectual lightweight who was obviously unprepared for the Vice Presidency. Yet oooooh how they swooned. Today they pretend she never existed and they swoon over a guy (Ryan) who aims to take away their Medicare in order to finance his expensive tastes in military, um, stuff.
These people never learn.
There are few Republicans that resonate with the under 40 crowd. They cater to a generation that is disappearing at the rate of 1000 a day.

The Democrats resonate with the growing recipient class.

Ron Paul would have been the only hope to actually see a Republican in office in 2012.

I went to two of his rallys, and at 42 I felt like one of the oldest people in the crowd.

Ron Paul's message of Liberty and smaller government is very appealing to college age and 20-30 something crowd. With those who see their future as being very bleak with the current leadership - DEM or GOP. Those leaving college 100 grand in debt for an undergrad and working like economic slaves are waking up to Liberty and small government ideology.

Times will be a changing - people are realizing these mainstream corporate sponsored DEM and GOP candidates do not represent America's interest.

If we stay on the same path to globalist megabank multinational corporate control we won't even recognize what is left of America in the next 20 years.
Dan the Man

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Winston Smith wrote:
Looks like the guy that the liberals defended a few months ago is back in jail.
Now get this...
Juan Pablo Riojas, free on bail for three days after attacking, raping, restraining and threatening a woman, is back in jail for burglary and aggravated assault.
This is the same loser that was brought up on charges last summer for animal cruelty charges. He lives on Boyer Mill Road and his property is an absolute pig pen.
This was referenced in the summer by a poster and that poster was called a racist by the regular liberals that post. Can you imagine defending a loser like Riojas? The liberals do.
This is what's destroying our country, rapist minority pigs and liberals.
Who defended him? Who?

And who called anyone racist for simply mentioning animal cruelty? Nobody, that's who.

You're just making things up.
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There are few Republicans that resonate with the under 40 crowd. They cater to a generation that is disappearing at the rate of 1000 a day.
The Democrats resonate with the growing recipient class.
Ron Paul would have been the only hope to actually see a Republican in office in 2012.
I went to two of his rallys, and at 42 I felt like one of the oldest people in the crowd.
Ron Paul's message of Liberty and smaller government is very appealing to college age and 20-30 something crowd. With those who see their future as being very bleak with the current leadership - DEM or GOP. Those leaving college 100 grand in debt for an undergrad and working like economic slaves are waking up to Liberty and small government ideology.
Times will be a changing - people are realizing these mainstream corporate sponsored DEM and GOP candidates do not represent America's interest.
If we stay on the same path to globalist megabank multinational corporate control we won't even recognize what is left of America in the next 20 years.
those students with 100k in government subsidized student loans do not want any assistance from government?
LOL
so smaller government except for their interests?
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Dan the Man wrote:
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Who defended him? Who?
And who called anyone racist for simply mentioning animal cruelty? Nobody, that's who.
You're just making things up.
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Lean Forward.....Now Spread Your Cheeks.
TaxNoMore

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Dan the Man wrote:
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Who defended him?

Who?

And who called anyone racist for simply mentioning animal cruelty?

Nobody, that's who.

You're just making things up.

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Lean Forward.....Now Spread Your Cheeks.
TaxNoMore

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dbar wrote:
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those students with 100k in government subsidized student loans do not want any assistance from government?
LOL
so smaller government except for their interests?
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Gov. Jerry Brown returns to chide UC regents over new Cal chancellor's pay

By Katy Murphy
Oakland Tribune
Posted: 11/27/2012 05:38:41 PM PST
Updated: 11/27/2012 06:14:59 PM PST

Nov 27:
Document: Total compensation for Nicholas Dirks, UC Berkeley chancellor

Bio: New UC Berkeley chancellor is anthropology and history scholar
OAKLAND --

A week after imploring California's universities to resist another round of tuition hikes, Gov. Jerry Brown focused his plea for frugality on another target Tuesday:

a $50,000 pay hike for UC Berkeley's incoming chancellor.

Brown's objection to the salary for Berkeley's new chancellor, Nicholas Dirks, failed to sway UC regents who approved the Columbia University dean's appointment with a $486,800 base salary and a nearly $9,000 annual car allowance.

But the governor's message was clear as he continues to push for financial restraint after voters earlier this month approved Proposition 30, the tax increase that saved California schools and universities from deep budget cuts.

http://www.mercurynews.com/education/ci_22074...

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financial restraint
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Proposition 30, the tax increase that saved California schools

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$50,000 pay hike for UC Berkeley's incoming chancellor

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$486,800 base salary and a nearly $9,000 annual car allowance

For the liberal, it's never enough.
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Dan the Man wrote:
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Who defended him? Who?
And who called anyone racist for simply mentioning animal cruelty? Nobody, that's who.
You're just making things up.
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“Democrat Party” got African Americans “hooked” on government welfare like

“drug-addled addicts”

who “hook up with their supplier once a month” and

“get their fix.”

Democrats “want slaves” just like in “pre-Civil War days” and have been able to accomplish their goal by turning government into

“one big giant methadone clinic.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Obama voters talk about FREE STUFF and NO WORK!

obama bucks
TaxNoMore

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Dan the Man wrote:
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Who defended him? Who?
And who called anyone racist for simply mentioning animal cruelty? Nobody, that's who.
You're just making things up.
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You're just making things up.

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I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

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Some black officials have met Halvorson’s entry into the race with outright hostility.

Kwame Raoul, a Democratic state senator who has been vocal about his concern that a white candidate could win the seat,

said the former congresswoman is exploiting an opportunity she saw in the emerging crowded field of black candidates.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/842 ...

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Lean Forward.....Now Spread Your Cheeks.

Debate on that for awhile...
gringo

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xfactor wrote:
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There are few Republicans that resonate with the under 40 crowd. They cater to a generation that is disappearing at the rate of 1000 a day.
The Democrats resonate with the growing recipient class.
Ron Paul would have been the only hope to actually see a Republican in office in 2012.
I went to two of his rallys, and at 42 I felt like one of the oldest people in the crowd.
Ron Paul's message of Liberty and smaller government is very appealing to college age and 20-30 something crowd. With those who see their future as being very bleak with the current leadership - DEM or GOP. Those leaving college 100 grand in debt for an undergrad and working like economic slaves are waking up to Liberty and small government ideology.
Times will be a changing - people are realizing these mainstream corporate sponsored DEM and GOP candidates do not represent America's interest.
If we stay on the same path to globalist megabank multinational corporate control we won't even recognize what is left of America in the next 20 years.
No, people are not turning away from mainsteam parties at all...now the teapartiers are being kicked out...

But we Dems are growing stronger than ever and that's fairly obvious and the best is yet to come...

So, I'm still not sure what party you're talking about that all these people are migrating too... is it the new Ron Paul Kentuckian party?

Good Luck...wow

xfactor

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those students with 100k in government subsidized student loans do not want any assistance from government?
LOL
so smaller government except for their interests?
Why is college tuition so high? Guaranteed Student Loans - the government got involved and enabled these college to increase tuition every year. Why - big supply of money - thanks to the government.

And these days does it even make sense, a colege degree isn't the same ticket is used to be, is it?
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But we Dems are growing stronger than ever and that's fairly obvious and the best is yet to come...

Our country, our people, and our environment are all being destroyed by the greed of a few obscenely wealthy capitalist groupings.

Our world is threatened by the ravages of capitalist globalization,

by relentless efforts to drive wages down to the lowest possible level,

by attempts to destroy unions and all protections won by workers through struggle,

by the spread of toxic wastes, and by imperialist war.

We can't and won't let this continue.

We need radical solutions, real democracy, and real unity.

We, the workers and our allies, need to take power from the hands of the wealthy few, their corporations, and their political operatives.

We need real solutions to real problems, not the empty promises of politicians and corporate bosses.

We need peace, justice, and equality.

We need socialism.
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gringo wrote:
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No, people are not turning away from mainsteam parties at all...now the teapartiers are being kicked out...
But we Dems are growing stronger than ever and that's fairly obvious and the best is yet to come...
So, I'm still not sure what party you're talking about that all these people are migrating too... is it the new Ron Paul Kentuckian party?
Good Luck...wow
Talk to some college aged people - the are completed disenchanted with these 2 parties.

People are waking up!
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Dan the Man wrote:

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You're just making things up.

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Some ---black ---officials have met Halvorson’s entry into the race with outright hostility.

Kwame Raoul, a Democratic state senator who has been vocal about his concern that a--- white ---candidate could win the seat,

said the former congresswoman is exploiting an opportunity she saw in the emerging crowded field of black candidates.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/842 ...

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Some WHITE officials have met Jesse Jackson's entry into the race with outright hostility.

John McCain , a Republican state senator who has been vocal about his concern that a--- BLACK ---candidate could win the seat,

said the former congressman is exploiting an opportunity he saw in the emerging crowded field of ---WHITE ---candidates.
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Dan the Man, WTF?
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Dan the Man, WTF?

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Kwame Raoul, a Democratic state senator who has been vocal about his concern that a--- white ---candidate could win the seat,

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But we Dems are growing stronger than ever and that's fairly obvious and the best is yet to come...

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Dan the Man, WTF?

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Is that why president Obama got the majority of the college aged vote again this last election cycle? Racial hating tea bag warrior taxi or the factor x, huh? This new right wing propaganda served fresh from the fixed news network is meant to accomplish what? It sure does get the tea bags angry but nothing much more. President Obama is in the white house feeling good, harry Reid is feeling good in the senate, and every member of the tea bag block of cons in the united states house of representatives are not sure if they will be voted out next just like west and walsh. The congressional tea bags see comprise as a dirty word, but america patriotic voters wants that word.
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bobby6464 wrote:
Is that why president Obama got the majority of the college aged vote again this last election cycle? Racial hating tea bag warrior taxi or the factor x, huh? This new right wing propaganda served fresh from the fixed news network is meant to accomplish what? It sure does get the tea bags angry but nothing much more. President Obama is in the white house feeling good, harry Reid is feeling good in the senate, and every member of the tea bag block of cons in the united states house of representatives are not sure if they will be voted out next just like west and walsh. The congressional tea bags see comprise as a dirty word, but america patriotic voters wants that word.
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"comprise"

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you azzholes hate bush,......dump his tax cuts......

fairness to all

It's all about "fairness"
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Dan the Man, WTF?

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Kwame Raoul, a Democratic state senator who has been vocal about his concern that a--- white ---candidate could win the seat,

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Dan the Man, Lean Forward.....Now Spread Your Cheeks.
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Dan the Man
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I correct bullshit and lies no matter who they are directed to.
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Dan the Man
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Obviously you also don't recognize racism when you see it.

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Dan the Man, WTF?

Kwame Raoul, a Democratic state senator who has been vocal about his concern that a--- white ---candidate could win the seat,

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