Election 2012: The closing argument

Nov 5, 2012 Full story: Washington Times 140

Barack Obama stood at the Red Cross headquarters on Thursday and told us that he had it under control, that we could rely on Big Government to help us out and keep us safe after Hurricane Sandy.

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Sheik Yerbouti

Warrington, PA

#1 Nov 5, 2012
More conservatard propaganda from the Moonie owned and operated washington times!
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#2 Nov 5, 2012
ALL WE NEED IS 5% OF THE VOTE to BREAK the TWO-PARTY SYSTEM!!!!

There is NO DIFFERENCE between OBAMMY HUSSEIN and RMONEY in the CAYMAN ISLANDS.

Young Ron Paul supporters express support for Gary Johnson, say Romney, Obama the same

Mitt Romney is just not going to cut it for many of Ron Paul’s devoted legion of young followers.

Most of the Ron Paul supporters approached by Red Alert Politics Friday night at the Liberty Political Action Conference in Chantilly, Va., said they could not see many differences between Romney and President Obama. Their general consensus was that Romney is a weak candidate who has not effectively made his case.

Libertarian candidate Gov. Gary Johnson seemed to be the choice of many. They seemed undeterred by suggestions that a vote for anyone other than Romney equals a vote for Obama as they exited the ballroom where Paul had just finished speaking.

“I’m voting for Gary Johnson because he is a better liberty candidate,” an LPAC attendee from Virginia who declined to give his name said.“I think it’s worth it long-term to continue to break the cycle of voting for people who aren’t pro-liberty.”

Sacramento-Calif.-native Kevin Duewel likewise indicated his excitement about voting for Gary Johnson, saying he was impressed by Johnson’s call during a side event at the Republican National Convention to “vote Libertarian just this once.”

Duewel seemed dissatisfied with the two-party system and expressed a desire to make the Libertarian Party a viable alternative.

“With all respects to Romney, I don’t see Obama as much worse,” Duewel said, noting that Obama and Romney are two sides of the same coin in his opinion.“For one, I don’t think Romney is going to win anyways.

“The energy in his campaign has alienated the Ron Paul folks, which means that I don’t think he’s going to have the momentum or the agility to be able to pull anything off later in this campaign season now that he’s behind in the polls.”

Another attendee from Baltimore, Md. who simply identified himself as Alex said he plans on voting for Gary Johnson because Obama and Romney are “pretty much the same person” in his view.

“I think Romney is very similar to Obama,” he said.“And I think Romney may even expand the wars even further than Obama; he seems very eager to bomb Iran, go into Syria and takedown the terrorists.

“It’s something that I’m not ready to stand for.”

While attendee Kyle Wagner said he plans on writing in Ron Paul as a tribute for his dedication in the race.

“It’s on principle,” Wagner said.“I don’t like the mainstream candidates.

“If Mitt Romney does not win. It’s his problem because he’s not been that attractive of a candidate.”

The general consensus, even among those supporting Romney, was that they were doing so reluctantly.

“The way we have it today is that we have a two-party system, and I look forward to working with the Republican Party and taking over the Republican Party for liberty from within,” Romney voter Jessie Markell said, noting his reluctance in voting for the GOP nominee.
By John Rossomando /// September 15, 2012
turn your head and cough

Southampton, NY

#3 Nov 5, 2012
Election 2012: The opening argument...no to B. Hussein Obama.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#4 Nov 5, 2012
Cast a protest vote that counts!

All we need is 5% of the vote to break the two party system.

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

Vote for Gary Johnson!
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#5 Nov 5, 2012
Our struggle is only BEGINNING, but only YOU can make it happen.

&fe ature=relmfu

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#6 Nov 5, 2012
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
More conservatard propaganda from the Moonie owned and operated washington times!
VIDEO: Sandy Victims Beg Obama For Help...SO DID OUR AMBASSADOR AND FOUR OTHERS IN LIBYA. GOOD LUCK WITH THAT. HE WON’T EVEN BLINK AFTER LOSING THE ELECTION.

Tons of trash pile up on NY streets...Thank you local union.

Marathon canceled, but generators and supplies still sit unused in park...Each generator would power 400 homes.

Now Quake Rattles NJ Towns!

Devastated residents lash out at Bloomberg during unannounced visit...

'I feel like a victim of Hurricane Katrina'...

1.9 million still dark...

Mayor says up to 40,000 may need relocation...

Panic at the pump continues as gas-rationing plan fails...

“Liberal Teachers ruin Kids”

Since: Mar 09

Paradise Valley Arizona

#7 Nov 5, 2012
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
More conservatard propaganda from the Moonie owned and operated washington times!
I prefer this, The Leftists theme song
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#8 Nov 5, 2012
United States of the Cayman Islands???? Is that where we will expand next? Southward???

&fe ature=related

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#9 Nov 5, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
United States of the Cayman Islands???? Is that where we will expand next? Southward???
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =yTCRwi71_nsXX&feature=rel ated
There are 14 swing states..........Romney is over 50% in 7 of them, They are tied in 5, Obama is only over 50% in 2 of the states (at 50) not over.......the rest of the states Obama is only 47% approval or below.......kiss him goodby.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#10 Nov 5, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
ALL WE NEED IS 5% OF THE VOTE to BREAK the TWO-PARTY SYSTEM!!!!
There is NO DIFFERENCE between OBAMMY HUSSEIN and RMONEY in the CAYMAN ISLANDS.
Young Ron Paul supporters express support for Gary Johnson, say Romney, Obama the same
Mitt Romney is just not going to cut it for many of Ron Paul’s devoted legion of young followers.
Most of the Ron Paul supporters approached by Red Alert Politics Friday night at the Liberty Political Action Conference in Chantilly, Va., said they could not see many differences between Romney and President Obama. Their general consensus was that Romney is a weak candidate who has not effectively made his case.
Libertarian candidate Gov. Gary Johnson seemed to be the choice of many. They seemed undeterred by suggestions that a vote for anyone other than Romney equals a vote for Obama as they exited the ballroom where Paul had just finished speaking.
“I’m voting for Gary Johnson because he is a better liberty candidate,” an LPAC attendee from Virginia who declined to give his name said.“I think it’s worth it long-term to continue to break the cycle of voting for people who aren’t pro-liberty.”
Sacramento-Calif.-native Kevin Duewel likewise indicated his excitement about voting for Gary Johnson, saying he was impressed by Johnson’s call during a side event at the Republican National Convention to “vote Libertarian just this once.”
Duewel seemed dissatisfied with the two-party system and expressed a desire to make the Libertarian Party a viable alternative.
“With all respects to Romney, I don’t see Obama as much worse,” Duewel said, noting that Obama and Romney are two sides of the same coin in his opinion.“For one, I don’t think Romney is going to win anyways.
“The energy in his campaign has alienated the Ron Paul folks, which means that I don’t think he’s going to have the momentum or the agility to be able to pull anything off later in this campaign season now that he’s behind in the polls.”
Another attendee from Baltimore, Md. who simply identified himself as Alex said he plans on voting for Gary Johnson because Obama and Romney are “pretty much the same person” in his view.
“I think Romney is very similar to Obama,” he said.“And I think Romney may even expand the wars even further than Obama; he seems very eager to bomb Iran, go into Syria and takedown the terrorists.
“It’s something that I’m not ready to stand for.”
While attendee Kyle Wagner said he plans on writing in Ron Paul as a tribute for his dedication in the race.
“It’s on principle,” Wagner said.“I don’t like the mainstream candidates.
“If Mitt Romney does not win. It’s his problem because he’s not been that attractive of a candidate.”
The general consensus, even among those supporting Romney, was that they were doing so reluctantly.
“The way we have it today is that we have a two-party system, and I look forward to working with the Republican Party and taking over the Republican Party for liberty from within,” Romney voter Jessie Markell said, noting his reluctance in voting for the GOP nominee.
By John Rossomando /// September 15, 2012
I agree that we need a third party,BUT,anyone that votes for a third party this time is a vote for Obama and we all know that he is tearing our country apart as fast as he can. I will vote for Romney and hope that a third party can get some traction in the next four years so we can change the way the elections are run.This election is a must win to rid America of the socilist party called democrats to waste a vote on someone that doesn't have a chance.If Obama gets reelected we might not a country as we know it left.

Since: Dec 07

Athens, TX

#11 Nov 5, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
ALL WE NEED IS 5% OF THE VOTE to BREAK the TWO-PARTY SYSTEM!!!!
There is NO DIFFERENCE between OBAMMY HUSSEIN and RMONEY in the CAYMAN ISLANDS.
Young Ron Paul supporters express support for Gary Johnson, say Romney, Obama the same
Mitt Romney is just not going to cut it for many of Ron Paul’s devoted legion of young followers.
Most of the Ron Paul supporters approached by Red Alert Politics Friday night at the Liberty Political Action Conference in Chantilly, Va., said they could not see many differences between Romney and President Obama. Their general consensus was that Romney is a weak candidate who has not effectively made his case.
Libertarian candidate Gov. Gary Johnson seemed to be the choice of many. They seemed undeterred by suggestions that a vote for anyone other than Romney equals a vote for Obama as they exited the ballroom where Paul had just finished speaking.
“I’m voting for Gary Johnson because he is a better liberty candidate,” an LPAC attendee from Virginia who declined to give his name said.“I think it’s worth it long-term to continue to break the cycle of voting for people who aren’t pro-liberty.”
Sacramento-Calif.-native Kevin Duewel likewise indicated his excitement about voting for Gary Johnson, saying he was impressed by Johnson’s call during a side event at the Republican National Convention to “vote Libertarian just this once.”
Duewel seemed dissatisfied with the two-party system and expressed a desire to make the Libertarian Party a viable alternative.
“With all respects to Romney, I don’t see Obama as much worse,” Duewel said, noting that Obama and Romney are two sides of the same coin in his opinion.“For one, I don’t think Romney is going to win anyways.
“The energy in his campaign has alienated the Ron Paul folks, which means that I don’t think he’s going to have the momentum or the agility to be able to pull anything off later in this campaign season now that he’s behind in the polls.”
Another attendee from Baltimore, Md. who simply identified himself as Alex said he plans on voting for Gary Johnson because Obama and Romney are “pretty much the same person” in his view.
“I think Romney is very similar to Obama,” he said.“And I think Romney may even expand the wars even further than Obama; he seems very eager to bomb Iran, go into Syria and takedown the terrorists.
“It’s something that I’m not ready to stand for.”
While attendee Kyle Wagner said he plans on writing in Ron Paul as a tribute for his dedication in the race.
“It’s on principle,” Wagner said.“I don’t like the mainstream candidates.
“If Mitt Romney does not win. It’s his problem because he’s not been that attractive of a candidate.”
The general consensus, even among those supporting Romney, was that they were doing so reluctantly.
“The way we have it today is that we have a two-party system, and I look forward to working with the Republican Party and taking over the Republican Party for liberty from within,” Romney voter Jessie Markell said, noting his reluctance in voting for the GOP nominee.
By John Rossomando /// September 15, 2012
Someone must've put drugs in your Halloween candy!

Since: Dec 07

Athens, TX

#12 Nov 5, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
United States of the Cayman Islands???? Is that where we will expand next? Southward???
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =yTCRwi71_nsXX&feature=rel ated
Collge humor parody and you're posting it as if it's real. LMAO

how many libertarians does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

a. screw in your own damn lightbulb!

b. None. The invisible hand does it.

c. None. Libertarians never change anything

d.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#13 Nov 5, 2012
pigpen911 wrote:
<quoted text>I agree that we need a third party,BUT,anyone that votes for a third party this time is a vote for Obama and we all know that he is tearing our country apart as fast as he can. I will vote for Romney and hope that a third party can get some traction in the next four years so we can change the way the elections are run.This election is a must win to rid America of the socilist party called democrats to waste a vote on someone that doesn't have a chance.If Obama gets reelected we might not a country as we know it left.
LOL It's ALWAYS NEXT TIME, right???? That's how we got 8 years of Bush and 4 years of Obammy. Now you want 4 years of Rmoney in the Cayman Islands. Bush was horrible, but at least Bush kept his money in Texas!!!!!
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#14 Nov 5, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
Collge humor parody and you're posting it as if it's real. LMAO
how many libertarians does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
a. screw in your own damn lightbulb!
b. None. The invisible hand does it.
c. None. Libertarians never change anything
d.
The jester tells the truth with jokes. We don't want to be a nation of buttwipers for the 1% of internationalists who keep Rmoney in the Cayman Islands.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#15 Nov 5, 2012


Obama is the ONLY President to have a Negative Jobs number at the end of his term.




Obama is the ONLY President to Earn a US CREDIT DOWNGRADE!



Obama Assassinated US Citizens without ANY Due Process or Judicial Review!




Obama Created Illegal Wars.



Obama let out Diplomats and Navy Seals DIE in Benghazi.




This is just the tip of the iceberg of crap Obama has unleashed upon us.



It's time to Take out the Obama Trash.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#16 Nov 5, 2012


I WANT HIGH GAS PRICES."
- Jackass Obama


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Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#17 Nov 5, 2012




"I WANT TO BANKRUPT COAL COMPANIES."
- Jackass Obama


“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#18 Nov 5, 2012





"VOTING IS LIKE TAKING REVENGE ON YOUR FELLOW AMERICAN."
- Jackass Obama


“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#19 Nov 5, 2012







"I WANT TO PUNISH MY ENEMIES THAT VOTE AGAINST ME."
- Hyper-Partisan Jackass Obama








“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#20 Nov 5, 2012






Letterman Sore Over Obama's GM Bankruptcy Lies

Even Letterman couldn't stomach the lies Obama peddled about Romney during the most recent presidential debate. He even used valuable air time to discuss them with Queen Obama Apologist Rachel Maddow.

DAVID LETTERMAN, HOST: Here's what upset me last night, this playing fast and loose with facts. And the President Obama cites the op-ed piece that Romney wrote about Detroit,“Let them go bankrupt, let them go bankrupt,” and last night he brings it up again.“Oh, no, Governor, you said let them go bankrupt, blah blah blah, let them go bankrupt.” And Mitt said,“No, no, check the thing, check the thing, check the thing.”

Now, I don't care whether you're Republican or Democrat, you want your president to be telling the truth; you want the contender to be lying. And so what we found out today or soon thereafter that, in fact, the President Obama was not telling the truth about what was excerpted from that op-ed piece. I felt discouraged.

RACHEL MADDOW: Because the "Let Detroit go bankrupt" headline you feel like was inappropriate?

LETTERMAN: Well, the fact the President is invoking it and swearing that he was right and that Romney was wrong and I thought, well, he's the president of course he's right. Well, it turned out no, he was taking liberties with that.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2012/1...




Obama is a Lying POS.

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