Timbuk2

Jamestown, TN

#41892 Jul 16, 2012
Now that Obama has told everyone that those who’ve succeeded in life, didn’t do it all by themselves, I have two questions:

Where’s my share of Microsoft, Bill Gates? And my share of the profits made by light bulbs, GE. The list goes on……

And I had a business that didn’t do too well. If those who succeeded had help, can’t we assume that those who didn’t succeed also had help, it was just bad help?

So I want everybody’s social security numbers, so I can send you some of the debt we ran up. Fair’s fair. So pony up, helpers…..
Timbuk2

Jamestown, TN

#41893 Jul 16, 2012
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>As a Democrat, I say, "let them all sink!"
An excellent description of the course Obama has us on.
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#41894 Jul 16, 2012
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Because they are shipmates of the same ship, and if they sink they will sink together. They think it's the honorable thing to do.
As a Democrat, I say, "let them all sink!"
Let me remind you D., the 26 million Americans out of work don't care about tax records or Obama's birth place. They care about jobs, most elections are won or lost on the economy. Obama says that businessmen who create companies didn't create them, the government did. Those businessmen pay the taxes that support government. No obfuscation, stay on what's important, jobs.
Manager

Grimsley, TN

#41895 Jul 16, 2012
Does anyone have any complaints?

Since: Oct 11

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#41896 Jul 16, 2012
Heres somethin 2 chew on wrote:
So Romney can't or won't release all his tax returns....So why won't John McCain release the 23 years worth of tax records that Romney gave him? You remember when McCain was vetting Romney for his V.P. pick but chose Sara instead!!
I'm not sure that would be legal without Romney's consent & you know he's not going to give it.
I do think it would be unethical, if it's not illegal. But, mcCain could come out & say that he believes Romney is telling the truth & I notice that he hasn't done that. Kinda makes you wonder why, doesn't it?
Dunlapin

Dunlap, TN

#41897 Jul 16, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
Let me remind you D., the 26 million Americans out of work don't care about tax records or Obama's birth place. They care about jobs, most elections are won or lost on the economy. Obama says that businessmen who create companies didn't create them, the government did. Those businessmen pay the taxes that support government. No obfuscation, stay on what's important, jobs.
Vet, if you open up Willards tax records, you will see a money trail leading right back to some of those 26 million Americans out of work. Just follow Willards money trail!
Dunlapin

Dunlap, TN

#41898 Jul 16, 2012
Timbuk2 wrote:
<quoted text>
An excellent description of the course Obama has us on.
Timbuck, you do understand I'm talking about the Republicans.
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#41899 Jul 16, 2012
Dunlapin wrote:
<quoted text>Vet, if you open up Willards tax records, you will see a money trail leading right back to some of those 26 million Americans out of work. Just follow Willards money trail!
The 26 million are out of work because of the failed economy that Obama presides over. Obama is president and he is accountable, not some businessman. Blame others, that's all Obama has, worse than some child.
Belmont hill Mitt

Anderson, CA

#41900 Jul 16, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama's economy has failed and Obama's presidency has failed. Romney is a success in business. Case closed.
yes, if you define "a sucess in business" as making 200 million dollars by zapping dead tens of thousands of jobs.
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#41901 Jul 16, 2012
Dunlapin wrote:
<quoted text>Vet, if you open up Willards tax records, you will see a money trail leading right back to some of those 26 million Americans out of work. Just follow Willards money trail!
You blame Bush for the economy during his presidency, why don't you blame Obama for his economy? You most certainly would if a Republican was president now. This is getting embarrassing, D.
Truth Sometimes Hurts

Martin, TN

#41902 Jul 16, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
The 26 million are out of work because of the failed economy that Obama presides over. Obama is president and he is accountable, not some businessman. Blame others, that's all Obama has, worse than some child.
Mitt Romney is the poster boy for the reasons there are 26 million out of work! I think the Republicans have crapped in their pants again with this nominee!
Vet

Fayetteville, GA

#41903 Jul 16, 2012
Truth Sometimes Hurts wrote:
<quoted text>
Mitt Romney is the poster boy for the reasons there are 26 million out of work! I think the Republicans have crapped in their pants again with this nominee!
Obama is president, it's his economy. Maybe you can blame old Cal Coolidge.

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#41904 Jul 16, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
You blame Bush for the economy during his presidency, why don't you blame Obama for his economy? You most certainly would if a Republican was president now. This is getting embarrassing, D.
I don't blame Obama for one simple reason...the Teapublicans have never let him do what he really wanted to , in the way he wanted to do it. So, as I have said so many times before...we'll never know if his Plans would have worked better or not because he kept haveing to 'water them down" to get ANYTHING passed in the Republican-Majority House & the NOT Democratic-Controlled Senate!
But, what we do know is that, Obama kept this Country from going bankrupt, so far, & I KNOW that no Teapublican could have done that! You may not know it, Vet, but I DO!

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#41905 Jul 16, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama is president, it's his economy. Maybe you can blame old Cal Coolidge.
Why didn't you tell the Teapublican to back off & let Obama succeed or fail, on his own? Since they wouldn't listen to you, why didn't you criticize them because they wouldn't, if you were so sure that Obama would fail...because you weren't sure of that , at all, were you? In fact, I think you & other Teapublicans like you were scared to death that he would bring us out of this Recession during his first Term & you knew that would guarantee his re-election & you just couldn't stand the thoughts of that happening.
Well, get ready to weep & moan because he'll be re-elected, anyway, in spite of you & your Teapublicans best efforts to stop that from happening! And when he is, get out of the way & let the man do his job!
Ramen Noodles

Grimsley, TN

#41906 Jul 16, 2012
Keep a straight line
Cindy

United States

#41907 Jul 16, 2012
Really Sassy wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't blame Obama for one simple reason...the Teapublicans have never let him do what he really wanted to , in the way he wanted to do it. So, as I have said so many times before...we'll never know if his Plans would have worked better or not because he kept haveing to 'water them down" to get ANYTHING passed in the Republican-Majority House & the NOT Democratic-Controlled Senate!
But, what we do know is that, Obama kept this Country from going bankrupt, so far, & I KNOW that no Teapublican could have done that! You may not know it, Vet, but I DO!
Oblama must be a puss puss.

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#41909 Jul 16, 2012
Leroy Snot wrote:
That Woman is worse than a bunch of Fire Ants at a picnic & just as irritating! She will NEVER go away!
Belmont hill Mitt

Anderson, CA

#41910 Jul 16, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
You blame Bush for the economy during his presidency, why don't you blame Obama for his economy? You most certainly would if a Republican was president now. This is getting embarrassing, D.
we blame bush, because the economy went into free fall on his watch.

his spending policies were reckless and they put us 6 trillion further in debt!

Obama basically kept the economy from going off a cliff.

sorry, you cant forget a president as bad as bush that quickly.

did you expect the economy to be BOOMING just four years after that kind of melt down..???

and like father like son, as I experienced the reagan bush hangover(89-92 recession), as a young man.

we especially reject romney, because he is basically touting those policies as a sucess??

weve tried what the republicans have to offer.

it didnt work, and we rejected it.

end of story.

you guys DONT GET POWER BACK

esp AFTER STARTING TWO WARS!!
Mobile_Amused

United States

#41911 Jul 16, 2012
Cindy wrote:
<quoted text>Oblama must be a puss puss.
Ah, the lucid wisdom of the conservative mind. Such substance and insight. Truly inspiring.

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#41912 Jul 17, 2012
"Senate Republicans Fight To Protect Secret Donors."

("GOPers vote to keep dark money in the shadows by blocking the DISCLOSE Act.")

Click here:
http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/07/d...

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