New York Primary Election Sept 14: Will you vote?

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John

Binghamton, NY

#8683 Aug 24, 2012
Romney: Big business is fine, helped by tax havens

“Big business is doing fine in many places,” Romney said during a campaign fundraiser Thursday.“They get the loans they need, they can deal with all the regulation. They know how to find ways to get through the tax code, save money by putting various things in the places where there are low tax havens around the world for their businesses.”
Benny Topdog

United States

#8684 Aug 24, 2012
Edd wrote:
and if Romney gets in and things don't get better , the american people have a choice dumb or dumber
Things will almost instantly begin improving when Romney wins as business is hoarding cash and avoiding expansion because of the war on capitalism Obama has been waging. That cash and delayed expansion will begin immediately. Plus you have Romney's specific energy plan that will have the US energy independent by 2020. This will create millions of jobs stimulate the economy and The Arabs will dramatically reduce oil prices and increase supply to try to cause us to abandon those plans. While that has worked in the past, Romney will not be side tracked.
giovanni

Fredonia, NY

#8685 Aug 24, 2012
Tutti voi persone seriamente puttane!!!

Since: Feb 10

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#8686 Aug 24, 2012
John wrote:
Romney: Big business is fine, helped by tax havens
“Big business is doing fine in many places,” Romney said during a campaign fundraiser Thursday.“They get the loans they need, they can deal with all the regulation. They know how to find ways to get through the tax code, save money by putting various things in the places where there are low tax havens around the world for their businesses.”
As it has been said before, we will have the best government money can buy.[ Big money that is, hold on to your wallet middle class]
Have a nice day
BinghamtonMoron

Lakewood, NJ

#8687 Aug 24, 2012
John wrote:
Romney: Big business is fine, helped by tax havens
“Big business is doing fine in many places,” Romney said during a campaign fundraiser Thursday.“They get the loans they need, they can deal with all the regulation. They know how to find ways to get through the tax code, save money by putting various things in the places where there are low tax havens around the world for their businesses.”
Dumb & Dumber: John & Geoff... It's a match! Bwhahahahahahaha... Binghamton ObamaFailure!

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#8688 Aug 24, 2012
Dummycrat wrote:
Wouldn't you think the bottom feeder Obama supporters would understand they are being hurt by inflation and higher gas prices and vote for change? How stupid are these people to continue to vote for Democrats who have for over 30 years failed to help them earn their way out of poverty.
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Wouldn't you think the middle class Reps. would realize that " trickle down" doesn't work?
Reagan and Bush I tried it and over doubled the nat. debt.
Clinton came in and was getting us back on track and then Bush II comes in starts it all over again and this times almost put us into a depression.
Well I guess we have to try it one more time, Maybe this time we can get into the largest depression we have ever had.
Hang on to your wallets middle class
Dummycrap

Cicero, NY

#8689 Aug 24, 2012
You mean the Republican Congress during the Clinton years got us on track and the people were too stupid to keep electing Republicans and gave control of Congress back to the Democrats during Bush II's years and the economic collapse came. The Democrats who would not reign in Freddie and Fannie allowed the economic collapse. The lesson to be learned is a vote for a Democrat is a vote for failure. By the way trickle down worked very well. People had jobs and spending money, what does not work is the trickle up poverty we have now. If you are concerned with debt that you must be really concerned with the 5 trillion plus Obama has added and the forecast that if Obama is re-elected the National debt will be 20 trillion or more.
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text>Wouldn't you think the middle class Reps. would realize that " trickle down" doesn't work?
Reagan and Bush I tried it and over doubled the nat. debt.
Clinton came in and was getting us back on track and then Bush II comes in starts it all over again and this times almost put us into a depression.
Well I guess we have to try it one more time, Maybe this time we can get into the largest depression we have ever had.
Hang on to your wallets middle class
John

Binghamton, NY

#8690 Aug 24, 2012
Dummycrap wrote:
You mean the Republican Congress during the Clinton years got us on track and the people were too stupid to keep electing Republicans and gave control of Congress back to the Democrats during Bush II's years and the economic collapse came. The Democrats who would not reign in Freddie and Fannie allowed the economic collapse. The lesson to be learned is a vote for a Democrat is a vote for failure. By the way trickle down worked very well. People had jobs and spending money, what does not work is the trickle up poverty we have now. If you are concerned with debt that you must be really concerned with the 5 trillion plus Obama has added and the forecast that if Obama is re-elected the National debt will be 20 trillion or more.
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Despite advance warnings of financial crisis, Bush backed off proposed crackdowns on risky mortgages

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/2.1353/ $m.local.contentUrl#ixzz24TLTr O9L

http://jimcgreevy.com/gvdc/Natl_Debt_Chart.jp...

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#8691 Aug 24, 2012
John wrote:
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Despite advance warnings of financial crisis, Bush backed off proposed crackdowns on risky mortgages
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/2.1353/ $m.local.contentUrl#ixzz24TLTr O9L
http://jimcgreevy.com/gvdc/Natl_Debt_Chart.jp...
Bush tried many times to crackdown on Freddie and Fanny but it was the dems that wouldn't let him do so,thanks to Dodd and Franks.

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#8692 Aug 24, 2012
Dummycrap wrote:
You mean the Republican Congress during the Clinton years got us on track and the people were too stupid to keep electing Republicans and gave control of Congress back to the Democrats during Bush II's years and the economic collapse came. The Democrats who would not reign in Freddie and Fannie allowed the economic collapse. The lesson to be learned is a vote for a Democrat is a vote for failure. By the way trickle down worked very well. People had jobs and spending money, what does not work is the trickle up poverty we have now. If you are concerned with debt that you must be really concerned with the 5 trillion plus Obama has added and the forecast that if Obama is re-elected the National debt will be 20 trillion or more.
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YOU mean electing the DEMs 7 years AFTER BUSH II was in office?
Sorry to tell you we were already on the slide when they were elected.
The Rep.s Had complete control of the GOV. from 2001 to 2008.
Go back and look up just what happened in those years.
Why didn't your Rep.s do something about Freddy and fanny? they had control of the Gov. for several years before the housing bubble bust.
and why when they were looking into this mess did they put the MINORITY leader of that Comm. on the stand ?
Where was the MAJORITY leader?
Just like everything else if it is a good thing the REPs want all the credit if something goes wrong [ and it was their fault] they blame the Dems
Have a nice day
Dummycrats

Cicero, NY

#8693 Aug 24, 2012
Analysis of election factors points to Romney win, University of Colorado study says
Dummycrats

Cicero, NY

#8694 Aug 24, 2012
Low blows, lower turnouts and low expectations: Four years after he was swept to victory, how Obama's election campaign is a joyless slog
John

Binghamton, NY

#8695 Aug 24, 2012
pigpen911 wrote:
<quoted text>Bush tried many times to crackdown on Freddie and Fanny but it was the dems that wouldn't let him do so,thanks to Dodd and Franks.
Wrong again....

Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, is mobilizing to placate Democrats in Congress who claim he is not doing enough to crack down on predatory lending.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/17/business/wo...
Dummycrat

Cicero, NY

#8696 Aug 24, 2012
John, yes you are wrong again. How many times do you need to be corrected before you pay attention to your second grade teacher.

Johnny you sure do like to wallow in your ignorance.

Fannie and Freddie are "government-sponsored enterprises" (GSEs), chartered by Congress. As such, they had an implicit promise of taxpayer backing and could borrow money at rates well below competitors.

Because of this, the Bush administration warned in the budget it issued in April 2001 that Fannie and Freddie were too large and overleveraged. Their failure "could cause strong repercussions in financial markets, affecting federally insured entities and economic activity" well beyond housing.

Mr. Bush wanted to limit systemic risk by raising the GSEs' capital requirements, compelling preapproval of new activities, and limiting the size of their portfolios. Why should government regulate banks, credit unions and savings and loans, but not GSEs? Mr. Bush wanted the GSEs to be treated just like their private-sector competitors.
John wrote:
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Wrong again....
Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, is mobilizing to placate Democrats in Congress who claim he is not doing enough to crack down on predatory lending.
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/17/business/wo...
John

Binghamton, NY

#8697 Aug 24, 2012
Dummycrat wrote:
John, yes you are wrong again. How many times do you need to be corrected before you pay attention to your second grade teacher.
Johnny you sure do like to wallow in your ignorance.
Fannie and Freddie are "government-sponsored enterprises" (GSEs), chartered by Congress. As such, they had an implicit promise of taxpayer backing and could borrow money at rates well below competitors.
Because of this, the Bush administration warned in the budget it issued in April 2001 that Fannie and Freddie were too large and overleveraged. Their failure "could cause strong repercussions in financial markets, affecting federally insured entities and economic activity" well beyond housing.
Mr. Bush wanted to limit systemic risk by raising the GSEs' capital requirements, compelling preapproval of new activities, and limiting the size of their portfolios. Why should government regulate banks, credit unions and savings and loans, but not GSEs? Mr. Bush wanted the GSEs to be treated just like their private-sector competitors.
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A blog from the Murdoch owned WSJ? lol

Don't you have something from Fox News directly or something from YouTube?

President Bush today said he'll make changes in Federal Housing Administration policies to help homeowners affected by the subprime mortgage crisis. Bush said he would work toward modernizing and improving the FHA "by lowering down payment requirements, by increasing loan limits and providing more flexibility in pricing."

Administration officials also announced that the program would be altered to let an extra 80,000 homeowners with less than perfect credit sign up for FHA loans, well above the 160,000 borrowers expected to take the loans this year and next.

http://www.bizjournals.com/albuquerque/storie...
Dummycrat

Cicero, NY

#8698 Aug 24, 2012
The Wall Street Journal a respected newspaper and you compare that to your links to the Nuttington Post? Another display of your ignorance and stupidity.
How about the NY Times, have you heard of that newspaper?

New Agency Proposed to Oversee Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae
By STEPHEN LABATON
Published: September 11, 2003
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The Bush administration today recommended the most significant regulatory overhaul in the housing finance industry since the savings and loan crisis a decade ago.

Under the plan, disclosed at a Congressional hearing today, a new agency would be created within the Treasury Department to assume supervision of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored companies that are the two largest players in the mortgage lending industry.
John wrote:
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A blog from the Murdoch owned WSJ? lol
Don't you have something from Fox News directly or something from YouTube?
President Bush today said he'll make changes in Federal Housing Administration policies to help homeowners affected by the subprime mortgage crisis. Bush said he would work toward modernizing and improving the FHA "by lowering down payment requirements, by increasing loan limits and providing more flexibility in pricing."
Administration officials also announced that the program would be altered to let an extra 80,000 homeowners with less than perfect credit sign up for FHA loans, well above the 160,000 borrowers expected to take the loans this year and next.
http://www.bizjournals.com/albuquerque/storie...
really

Los Angeles, CA

#8699 Aug 24, 2012
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/24/mitt...

Well thats a bit scary to think that our elected officials are acting like ad agencies (nothing too new, but to actually legit act like one)

also does anyone else find it weird that mitt romney's campaign is going to be spending more money than say the the net income of Disney / Microsoft / Apple / SONY
really

Los Angeles, CA

#8700 Aug 24, 2012
and to whoever said i lied about romney poling 0 with black voters....no thats the actual truth...hes that bad....he got booed at the NAACP for a reason

http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/the_rumble/2...
Dummycrat

Cicero, NY

#8701 Aug 24, 2012
Just shows how racist they are. If 100% of whites said they would not support Obama it would be an up roar. Proves there is racism in America and the racists are BLACK. That is something for the Blacks to be ashamed of not proud of.

They booed Romney at NAACP only after he said he was going to end Obamacare. I guess the racists don't understand obamacare is not free.
really wrote:
and to whoever said i lied about romney poling 0 with black voters....no thats the actual truth...hes that bad....he got booed at the NAACP for a reason
http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/the_rumble/2...
tbird is a liar

Buffalo, NY

#8703 Aug 24, 2012
2001 Senate

100 Seats in the current Senate
50 Democrat
49 Republican
1 Independent

100 Senate seats not up for election in 2001
50 Democrat
49 Republican
1 Independent

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