August 24 Florida Primary Election: Will you vote?

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obama my vote

Gilbert, WV

#2121 Aug 13, 2012
least he for the poor.
obama my vote

Gilbert, WV

#2122 Aug 13, 2012
obama least he for the poor.

we the middle class and poor need to stop going to the nba the nascar football all sports. put them in the poor house.see how they like that. to all
fans let pull together and stop going to all sports.this will put players in the red romney ryan
4 the rich. sports makes alot of the rich just that rich.see how they like ol mitt then
Rev Wrongs Church

United States

#2123 Aug 14, 2012
obama my vote wrote:
obama least he for the poor.
we the middle class and poor need to stop going to the nba the nascar football all sports. put them in the poor house.see how they like that. to all
fans let pull together and stop going to all sports.this will put players in the red romney ryan
4 the rich. sports makes alot of the rich just that rich.see how they like ol mitt then
You numbnutz just like to think he's for the poor. Obammy is for Obammy and his friends and like him most of them are quare. Who killed them three long time quare lovers Obammy had in Rev Wrongs Church of what's happening now? One of their mothers called Obammy out and said he was her son's lover!
Burt

Georgetown, DE

#2124 Aug 14, 2012
VET wrote:
I no longer support the feudalistic government of America.
Those who understand that America is now on the wrong track cannot reasonably vote for Obama in November, because he is absolutely unwilling to change, perhaps even ideologically incapable of changing, course. Evidence abounds.

First, consider his disastrous economic record and his rejection of any semblance of a course change. He and his economic advisers told us his stimulus would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It didn't. He didn't consider for a second that his policies exacerbated the economic crisis. He blamed Bush and said that if anything, he -- Obama -- hadn't spent enough. He demanded more stimulus packages -- high-speed rail, other infrastructure, American Jobs Act. He continued to grow government in a wide variety of areas; things continued to get worse. No sign of any significant economic recovery; we had the worst recovery in 50 years. No sign of unemployment relief. He didn't change course.

Despite his failed performance, he told us in 2009 that only the government could break this business cycle. He told us in Osawatomie, Kan., that the private sector couldn't lead us back to economic vitality on its own. Recently, he told us that successful entrepreneurs didn't build their businesses -- or roads or bridges or whatever claptrap he pretended to have meant. He refuses to reconsider his flawed notions. Arrogance, as much as ignorance.

If you think that despite all this, Obama may have learned his lesson and will change course going forward, you are fooling yourself. Obama won't change his economic policies, because he is addicted to spending and to growing government on several levels. His economic philosophy, his ideology and his political survival demand that he stay the course.

He firmly believes that only government spending -- Keynesian pump priming -- can stimulate a moribund economy. He believes it to the point that he's willing to bankrupt the nation to do it. His philosophy countenances no other alternative methods of recovery, specifically letting the private sector breathe and recover on its own. That's the economic philosophy component.

He also knows that the most efficient way to redistribute wealth and otherwise reallocate resources from groups he believes less deserving to those he believes more deserving is through an increasingly progressive tax code and more government spending. That is, even if he shared the ordinary American's debt aversion and reasonable anxiety about our horrifying financial predicament, he wouldn't discontinue (hasn't discontinued) his pursuit of ever-greater taxing and spending, because to do so would be tantamount to abandoning his quest, his obsession to fundamentally transform America. That's the ideological component.

Finally, he fully realizes that even if he didn't firmly believe in expanding the welfare state -- incentivizing states to expand their food stamp rolls, extending unemployment benefits, sabotaging welfare reform, increasing the percentage of people not paying income taxes and otherwise presiding over the unprecedented swelling of the welfare state and those dependent on government aid of one form or another -- he would still be compelled to continue expanding it because he believes a great majority of his constituents depend on this expansion. He couldn't win re-election without doing so. That's the political component.
The bottom line is this: If you like Obama's record, vote for him, because you're only going to get more of it -- way more if he wins and thinks he has a mandate.
Burt

Georgetown, DE

#2125 Aug 14, 2012
Get er Done wrote:
I'm voting GOP all the way, and telling those democraps to kiss my grits! If you don't vote, you are giving your only American right away, and if you don't vote, don't gripe about what happens. Only our vote will make a true change, one we can live with.
Those who understand that America is now on the wrong track cannot reasonably vote for Obama in November, because he is absolutely unwilling to change, perhaps even ideologically incapable of changing, course. Evidence abounds.

First, consider his disastrous economic record and his rejection of any semblance of a course change. He and his economic advisers told us his stimulus would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It didn't. He didn't consider for a second that his policies exacerbated the economic crisis. He blamed Bush and said that if anything, he -- Obama -- hadn't spent enough. He demanded more stimulus packages -- high-speed rail, other infrastructure, American Jobs Act. He continued to grow government in a wide variety of areas; things continued to get worse. No sign of any significant economic recovery; we had the worst recovery in 50 years. No sign of unemployment relief. He didn't change course.

Despite his failed performance, he told us in 2009 that only the government could break this business cycle. He told us in Osawatomie, Kan., that the private sector couldn't lead us back to economic vitality on its own. Recently, he told us that successful entrepreneurs didn't build their businesses -- or roads or bridges or whatever claptrap he pretended to have meant. He refuses to reconsider his flawed notions. Arrogance, as much as ignorance.

If you think that despite all this, Obama may have learned his lesson and will change course going forward, you are fooling yourself. Obama won't change his economic policies, because he is addicted to spending and to growing government on several levels. His economic philosophy, his ideology and his political survival demand that he stay the course.

He firmly believes that only government spending -- Keynesian pump priming -- can stimulate a moribund economy. He believes it to the point that he's willing to bankrupt the nation to do it. His philosophy countenances no other alternative methods of recovery, specifically letting the private sector breathe and recover on its own. That's the economic philosophy component.

He also knows that the most efficient way to redistribute wealth and otherwise reallocate resources from groups he believes less deserving to those he believes more deserving is through an increasingly progressive tax code and more government spending. That is, even if he shared the ordinary American's debt aversion and reasonable anxiety about our horrifying financial predicament, he wouldn't discontinue (hasn't discontinued) his pursuit of ever-greater taxing and spending, because to do so would be tantamount to abandoning his quest, his obsession to fundamentally transform America. That's the ideological component.

Finally, he fully realizes that even if he didn't firmly believe in expanding the welfare state -- incentivizing states to expand their food stamp rolls, extending unemployment benefits, sabotaging welfare reform, increasing the percentage of people not paying income taxes and otherwise presiding over the unprecedented swelling of the welfare state and those dependent on government aid of one form or another -- he would still be compelled to continue expanding it because he believes a great majority of his constituents depend on this expansion. He couldn't win re-election without doing so. That's the political component.
The bottom line is this: If you like Obama's record, vote for him, because you're only going to get more of it -- way more if he wins and thinks he has a mandate.

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#2126 Aug 14, 2012
Burt wrote:
<quoted text>Those who understand that America is now on the wrong track cannot reasonably vote for Obama in November, because he is absolutely unwilling to change, perhaps even ideologically incapable of changing, course. Evidence abounds.

First, consider his disastrous economic record and his rejection of any semblance of a course change. He and his economic advisers told us his stimulus would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It didn't. He didn't consider for a second that his policies exacerbated the economic crisis. He blamed Bush and said that if anything, he -- Obama -- hadn't spent enough. He demanded more stimulus packages -- high-speed rail, other infrastructure, American Jobs Act. He continued to grow government in a wide variety of areas; things continued to get worse. No sign of any significant economic recovery; we had the worst recovery in 50 years. No sign of unemployment relief. He didn't change course.

Despite his failed performance, he told us in 2009 that only the government could break this business cycle. He told us in Osawatomie, Kan., that the private sector couldn't lead us back to economic vitality on its own. Recently, he told us that successful entrepreneurs didn't build their businesses -- or roads or bridges or whatever claptrap he pretended to have meant. He refuses to reconsider his flawed notions. Arrogance, as much as ignorance.

If you think that despite all this, Obama may have learned his lesson and will change course going forward, you are fooling yourself. Obama won't change his economic policies, because he is addicted to spending and to growing government on several levels. His economic philosophy, his ideology and his political survival demand that he stay the course.

He firmly believes that only government spending -- Keynesian pump priming -- can stimulate a moribund economy. He believes it to the point that he's willing to bankrupt the nation to do it. His philosophy countenances no other alternative methods of recovery, specifically letting the private sector breathe and recover on its own. That's the economic philosophy component.

He also knows that the most efficient way to redistribute wealth and otherwise reallocate resources from groups he believes less deserving to those he believes more deserving is through an increasingly progressive tax code and more government spending. That is, even if he shared the ordinary American's debt aversion and reasonable anxiety about our horrifying financial predicament, he wouldn't discontinue (hasn't discontinued) his pursuit of ever-greater taxing and spending, because to do so would be tantamount to abandoning his quest, his obsession to fundamentally transform America. That's the ideological component.

Finally, he fully realizes that even if he didn't firmly believe in expanding the welfare state -- incentivizing states to expand their food stamp rolls, extending unemployment benefits, sabotaging welfare reform, increasing the percentage of people not paying income taxes and otherwise presiding over the unprecedented swelling of the welfare state and those dependent on government aid of one form or another -- he would still be compelled to continue expanding it because he believes a great majority of his constituents depend on this expansion. He couldn't win re-election without doing so. That's the political component.
The bottom line is this: If you like Obama's record, vote for him, because you're only going to get more of it -- way more if he wins and thinks he has a mandate.
So, what do you want? Do you want to go back to the republican policies that got us into the mess?

After Bush's disaster, we can say that has been a miracle to keep the economy alive.l
Honestly

Fort Myers, FL

#2127 Aug 14, 2012
Most of you all are just plain ignorant. Get out of your own way.
smoke

Stuart, FL

#2128 Aug 14, 2012
Old Maid wrote:
I will be voting for Rick Scott. He has promised to ship 'em all back. Could it be? Or is he just blowing smoke?
SMOKE

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#2130 Aug 14, 2012
obama my vote wrote:
least he for the poor.
Of course he's for the poor. Thanks to him we're all poor now!!! Four more years of his reign and the United States will be a third world country.
Give me a break

Fountain, FL

#2131 Aug 14, 2012
HC Resident75 wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course he's for the poor. Thanks to him we're all poor now!!! Four more years of his reign and the United States will be a third world country.
He's not for the poor! He is for the lazy parasites who want work, and that is who will vote him into office! He will take money from the workers and give it to the lazy that is what he wants, it is the socialist/communists way. That, people is what he is for! He is a sorry no good turd! His ambition is to ruin this country!

When he gets through, you poor lazy parasites will lose as well! Who will pay for your sorry butts? Not me, I will do everything on a cash basis, they will no longer gather taxes from me to pay all of you lazy parasites!

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#2135 Sep 9, 2012
$16 Trillion in debt. Oh yeah, vote for the idiot again?
off and on a racket

Saint Petersburg, FL

#2136 Sep 9, 2012
blame the citiizens
we are a grub eating self centered bunch of turds
Red Dog

Phoenix, AZ

#2139 Sep 9, 2012
Like Obamacare? Watch this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup...
Baby Dave

Saint Petersburg, FL

#2141 Sep 9, 2012
HI Clown!
FORMER READER AND POSTER

Saint Petersburg, FL

#2149 Sep 10, 2012
what?

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#2153 Sep 17, 2012
For those Obama lovers just do one thing...address his accomplishments. He won't. He blames his last four years on Bush. Just why should we vote for him? And please don't point out:
ObamaCare...majority does not want it.
Stimus Package....joke
Keystone pipeline....sad
GM bailout...they're going to require more $$$$
choice is no choice

Niceville, FL

#2155 Sep 17, 2012
Obama = Romney
our next president.. say hello to Mr Obmney

now be good little puppets and go vote your conscious because all votes count *gag*

and in other news.... Write in votes are counted in Alabama.. and there's an attorney working on getting write in votes to count in all 50 states.. hopefully before the election.
REPUBLICAN KNIGHT

De Leon Springs, FL

#2156 Sep 17, 2012
Obama didn't accomplish nothing in 4yrs but take his family on vactions and go on re-election trips while we all suffer, and are country go deeper in the hole, it's been about 4yrs ago sence my last trip, back when I could work and save up for one that is. These Democrats need to wake Up!
Barry Hussein

Lakewood, NJ

#2159 Sep 18, 2012
Secular Healing wrote:
<quoted text>
Now that Romney admitted on tape that he doesn't care about you paycheck to paycheck losers, will you still vote for him?
Get an education and a real job, and it will be less than 4 years "sence" your last trip.
The rich yankee Romney hates poor southerners much more than you could ever hate Obama.
Twist the words just like a sick Obama worshipper. No wonder neither you or the incompetent Obama are ever able to improve anything.
Barry Hussein

Lakewood, NJ

#2161 Sep 18, 2012
Jaes wrote:
You got part of his name right is that because you can't spell your own. Or like I read you don't use your own name because you are a coward. And wheather you like it or not Barry will be the next president and there is nothing you can do about it.
Like I give a good crap "wheather" you like it or not...LOL No can do anything about the corrupt Barry Soetoro continuing to ruin the USA for 4 more lousy years. You, especially, are guilty of this, for you are the special ed. flunk out who spews nonsense on this forum. My real name is Barry Hussein, and I was the teacher who had to dismiss you from special ed. class, because not only did you not study your spelling, but you scored a zero on your class in national government. Mr. Hussein regrets that you had to be sent to the Florida Preparatory School for Obama Snakeoil Swallowers; after all, no other school would take you, "wheather" or not you were suffering from Obama snakeoil poisoning.

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