Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is taking the fight directly to the Master-of-Disaster…ya gotta love it. This is exactly what he needs to do in my opinion…how about you?

Here are two examples of him doing so the last two days. First up we have Romney speaking in front of an empty Solyndra building. This is via FN:

FREMONT, Calif. – Mitt Romney arrived at the shuttered headquarters of Solyndra Inc. this morning, a surprise visit that was shrouded in secrecy and part of the presumptive GOP presidential candidate’s attack on President Obama’s record on jobs creation.

“The reason for keeping it quiet is because we knew if word got out that Solyndra would do everything in their power and the Obama administration would do everything in their power to stop us from having this news conference,” an aide said in a briefing en route. “But taxpayers made a substantial investment in Solyndra, there are serious questions about what happened at Solyndra, why that investment was selected, what happened to that money.”

Solyndra is the failed California-based solar technology company that received more than $500 million in federal stimulus money before it went bankrupt last year. It has since become a mantle of Romney’s argument that Obama doesn’t know how to run the economy.

You can read the rest of the story here.

Next up we have Romney on CBS this morning….you’re going to love this one! This is via Mediaite:

Friday’s edition of CBS This Morning, reporter Jan Crawford interviewed presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney in a California airport hangar between campaign stops. When asked to give President Barack Obama a grade for his presidency, Romney gave him an “F … across the board.”

Crawford and Romney spent a few minutes discussing Solyndra and Romney’s belief that the scandal represents a “conflict of interest of some magnitude.” They also discussed Romney’s tenure with Bain Capital and the lessons he learned from both successful and failed investments.

When the conversation turned to the Obama presidency, Crawford asked Romney: “What grade would you give President Obama?”

“Oh, an ‘F.’ No question about that,” Romney said. “Across the board.”

“Even despite the killing of Osama bin Laden?” Crawford asked.

“I look at his decisions across the board in foreign policy,” Romney said. “I look at the fact that he was looking to have a force of American troops staying in Iraq, securing what had been so hard won there … he failed to achieve it. i look at what’s happening in the Middle East: the Arab Spring has become the Arab Winter. That’s hardly a success. As I look around the world, I happen to believe that his positions in foreign policy have not communicated American strength and resolve.”

“So grade on foreign policy?” Crawford then asked.

“‘F’ across the board.”

“And on the economy?”

“‘F’ across the board.”

“Anything above an ‘F’ that you’ve seen with this president?” Crawford pressed.

“Getting Osama bin Laden. That’s terrific. I appreciate him doing that,” Romney said. “I know he’s trying, but having never had any experience in his life in leadership has made it difficult for him to learn how to lead on the job. What’s happened in this country is that the people who create jobs have pulled back, in part because of the uncertainty created by the Obama policies.”

Now this is the topper friends…it just gets better with none other than BJ Clintoon. This is via DC:

President Bill Clinton ditched his Democratic talking points Thursday night, telling his TV interviewer that Gov. Mitt Romney’s investment capital work qualifies him for the presidency.

“This is good work… There’s no question that a man who has been a governor and has a sterling business career crosses the qualification threshold,” he said on CNN.

Republicans hope that statement could deeply damage Obama’s effort to paint Romney as unqualified and irresponsible, and a short portion of the interview was showcased Friday morning by emails from the Republican National Committee.

Clinton and Obama have been rivals since 2007, when Obama challenged and eventually defeated Hillary Clinton in the hard-fought Democratic primaries leading up the 2008 election. Without Obama, Bill Clinton would likely be in the White House as first spouse to President Hillary Clinton. (RELATED: Clinton gives Obama faint praise)

In the CNN interview, Clinton provided some support for Obama’s argument that the 2012 election is a choice between the programs pushed by Romney and Obama, and not a referendum on the current president.

A referendum-style election could be problematic for Obama because the nation has suffered through record debts and deficits, record unemployment and sharp political divisions during his time in the White House.

For voters, Clinton said, “the real issue ought to be what has Governor Romney advocated in the campaign that he will do as president, what has President Obama done and what does he propose to do.”

“That’s the most relevant thing.”

I’ll tell you what…at least Mitt’s no McRINO whatsoever, not even close. So far I’m loving this…how about you? And Clintoon jumping the Obama ship…what’s with that?

Throw in you two-cents…Fire Away – Inquiring Minds Want to Know!

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  1. This news ain’t gonna help Dear Leader ~

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....ps-to-8-2/

    How are they gonna spin this one?

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    • Paul Bonnichsen says:

      BT,

      Just heard on Rush as you state here… unemployment up from 8.1 to 8.2 percent. Guess puke Obama administration predicted something like 170,000 new jobs and actual number came in at 69,000.

      Never has America seen such a pathetic president… still blaming Bush for his incompetence after almost four years in office. Don’t know about you all, but I can’t even stand to look at this POS arrogant pres anymore.

      Keep smiling Jimmy, your ranking is moving up a notch.

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      • Hi Paul…

        Couldn’t agree more about looking and listening to Dear Leader, I cannot do it anymore either….and I’m a political junkie and try to keep up with what all say, but he makes me sick with his BS. I was listening to Chris Plante before Rush came on…both have mentioned the 6 fundraisers this bastid is going to this evening…what a prez….eh?

        We know what the msm would do if this was a repub prez and he did all the O does and get away with…it sickens me.

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        • Paul Bonnichsen says:

          Btw… Bill Clinton knows Obama is a complete disaster… hell, Obama would not even be qualified to carry Bill’s jock strap. I think Clinton just wants to separate himself from Obama so he doesn’t get bogged down in the mess Obummer has created.

          Btw BT… doing better each day.

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          • Paul…

            Agree with you summation about BJ vs O.

            What I’m really happy about is you being on the mend and feeling better, I was so worried when I didn’t see you for so long. ~

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  2. Death to Libtards says:

    Good post BT. Just remember, the Clintoons hate Obama and the feeling is mutual. Hitlery is only Secretary of State because as the Godfather said, “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.” If God forbid, Obama is reelected and she’s his VP, WATCH OUT! She knows how to commit clandestine murder and knows the Secret Service routine.

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    • I don’t think Dear Leader is going to want her as VP after what her hubby said last night…methinks pay backs are hell, and BJ is still fuming about what Dear Leader did during the ’08 primary. 😉

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  3. Here’s some more from BJ Clintoon…everything he said during this interview has me laughing, can’t help it. He really doesn’t give a rats rear what Dear Leader thinks…that’s obvious.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/.....46357.html

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  4. Then there’s this nutcase who always plays the race-card. I think DJ had it here on the Holder thread, I read about it last night too. Karen has issues.

    http://www.theblaze.com/storie.....asia-stan/

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  5. Slick Willie has stood in the pile of waste long enough for the smell and flies to overwhelm him? Human after all, but still corrupted. Mitt’s pile of waste must be dried up.

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    • Howdy Lucky….

      Do you like the way Mitt’s fighting Dear Leader so far?

      I’m lovin’ it…the dems and msDNC are going nutso! Too much fun ~

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      • Sure is good to see the Mitt throw a few Barry’s way. Maybe Mitt will advance to the middle weight class, and then put that feather weight out of the ring. A bare fisted brawl sounds good to me Big.

        Now that Mexico is picking up the dropped football from the GOP and running with it, regarding the “Fast and furious” investigation, maybe Mitt will get into the fight soon.

        Anyway, Mitt will have to get dirty just to get near the “imposter” Barry-Barack-George Soetoro-Obama-Soros (His boxing name?). Wear your belt high Barry! It’s gonna hurt.

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  6. Dear Leader blames Bush….AGAIN!

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....bs-number/

    He’s an IDIOT Deluxe!

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  7. I can’t help, even though many aren’t here today I have to put some of this on here as I read it…so here are two more links that pertain to this.

    http://thehill.com/homenews/ho.....ructionism

    and this ~

    http://thehill.com/blogs/on-th.....s-policies

    Waah! Have these twits looked in the mirror lately…hmmm?

    Here’s one more I just saw/read about too ~ gotta love it.

    http://thehill.com/video/campa.....-economics

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    • Anytime Obama brings up so called “GOP obstrucionism” in relation to his new job creating ideas, Romney needs to hit back with the fact that the demons had control of DC for the first two years of Obumbles presidency. Instead of focusing on jobs, they threw a bunch of money around, hoped something would stick (and nothing did), then moved onto Obamacare, which is why they don’t have control of Congress anymore.

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      • bigtimer says:

        Hi Adam…

        I am really hoping the Supreme Court throws OCare under the bus, we’re supposed to know sometime this month. If it ends up being gone with the wind…oh what a day that will be for the good guys!

        How will the dems spin that one…Use the Race-Card BS…again?

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      • eekalouse says:

        Agree with you. Also remember Bush’s last two years in
        office he had to deal with Democrat obstructionism. Come
        to think of it Congress had a four year run of democrats and
        I believe our country got into this mess because of the
        democrats and has failed to get out of it because of democrats.
        Just look at the democrats who are “governing” in DC: Maxine
        Waters, Steny Hoyer, Harry Reid, Charlie Rangle, Chuck Schumer,
        omg, it makes me sick to think what fools are steering the
        rudder of our nation’s ship. Help!!

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        • bigtimer says:

          eek…

          You truly hit the nail on the head, I remember all that as well. Unfortunately we’ve had some on our side of the aisle when they’re on the Boob Tube that seem to forget that…early and often!

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        • eekalouse..Big spender.Nancy Pelosi was also speaker of the house during part of Bush’s presidency.

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  8. bigtime
    Looks like Mitt may have some ball’s and spine after all, either that or someone on his staff has an inherited pure ole Indian mean like I mentioned yesterday, cut them good cut them hard cut them till they bleed, victory for America in 2012.

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    • bigtimer says:

      Howdy ga steve…

      I’m really surprised at the way he’s fighting the good fight…he’s doing a heckuva job doing it too…so far.

      I just heard him on cnbc awhile back…and he isn’t taking the bait with the talking heads and fought back with class. I’m tellin’ ya…methinks this is just him now. I hope he stays this way all the way thru!

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    • Paul Bonnichsen says:

      GA Steve & BT,

      I agree GA… Mitt apparently has a spine compared to John McCain. I really think America is just worn out trying to keep our heads above water and paying bills each month when all are struggling. People want a change because “Hope and Change” never produced… the American people can be faked out for a few months, even a year, but sooner or later people wake up and call a spade a spade.

      I can’t help but think that Romney will be a success… hopefully eight years in office followed by another eight years from our VP. Can you only imagine how Dems would react (especially the stinking media) if the Rep. party occupied the White House for sixteen years… and yes, hopefully by the Grace of God, maybe control the House and Senate at the same time.

      I’ve said many times as BT knows, I hate the stinking media more than I despise Dear Leader and nothing would make me happier than to see scowls on the face of the media come election day.

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      • bigtimer says:

        Paul…

        As to the msm, when Romney wins…and he will. I cannot wait to watch the bastids…I will be celebrating their loss too. A happy day will be that day…well heck, a happy week!

        As to the rest of your post, we’d better pray we keep control that long, it will take that long to undo so much damage that has been inflicted upon us by RINOs and the commie dems go without saying.

        I think Romney is going to be a good prez…I really do. From what I’m seeing of him this last week taking on the msm, he has me pleasantly surprised…he has to keep that up. Never back down!

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  9. bigtimer says:

    Btw folks, as a side-note…the Dow is down about 270 pts. at the moment.

    How’s that working out for ya Dear Leader. I suppose that racist or Bush’s fault too!

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  10. bigtimer says:

    This is a good read depending on how you look at it…I just get a kick out of what Dingy Harry and others have to say here. ~

    http://thehill.com/blogs/on-th.....obs-in-may

    Here’s what Romney had to say ~

    http://thehill.com/video/campa.....obs-report

    and some from the GOP ~

    http://thehill.com/homenews/ho.....tter-obama

    Don’t ya like the way they put this headline? Typical dems ~

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  11. Spurwing Plover says:

    Time for the liberal demacrats to quit blamming the TEA PARTY and BUSH and started looking into the mirrorists look whos to blame

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  12. ani’t it funny how Willard only goes on FOX? what a typical right wing pu$$. . . i see big timer still has no life.

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    • Paul Bonnichsen says:

      Meesh,

      So what do you enjoy in life??? Probably criticizing those who worked their asses off to succeed like the majority of Dems I know.

      Kudos to BT for bringing us political info and doing what she enjoys.

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      • bigtimer says:

        Thanks Paul…

        He’s an Idiot Deluxe! Today isn’t a good day for nitwits like him to get on my bad side, I have my reasons. ~

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    • bigtimer says:

      Hey you twit…

      You must not read well…one thing is for sure, you’re ill-informed. He’s been on plenty of other networks you fool, one of them is CBS or don’t you pay attention. He was also on CNBC today you asinine little slug. Read and comprehend or just go the hell away you leftist-loon.

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    • What a moron you are meesh, sitting behind your keyboard being so brave and tough. I bet BT would kick your ass all over in front of the occupy jerks.

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      • bigtimer says:

        Howdy John…

        The mood I’m in today….that would be ‘NO PROBLEM’ to do. ~ With pleasure.

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    • bigtimer says:

      Btw meesh…you better start learning how to say ‘President Romney’…get used to it!

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  13. I don’t know what happened, I am “undefined”. I was editing my post and it got changed from John to Undefined.

    Anyway BT kick his ass.

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    • bigtimer says:

      Huh…never heard of such a thing…seems to be working out now for you, doesn’t it?

      I had major problems with the site behind the scenes with trying to post my Question of the Day yesterday afternoon…went to bed frustrated after trying for more hours than I can count. I think something isn’t quite right here…but I don’t know what.

      Btw…Consider my boot up meesh’s a$$…that puts his head about up to his eyeballs dontcha think?

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      • your life sounds SO fulfilling. going to bed frustrated cuz u didnt get to blog… oh the misery. maybe you should take a trip to a 3rd world country to experience real suffering you ungrateful…

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        • bigtimer says:

          Oh STFU! – Go play in your sandbox.

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        • Paul Bonnichsen says:

          Meesh,

          Don’t know if you’re mail or female, but I would suspect that you’re a small minded individual who hasn’t succeeded much in life. You attack BT because she enjoys politics and takes time out of her life to post articles which she thinks might be of interest to readers here at AWD. You make comments how BT should get a life and how her life sounds SO fulfilling as you commented here.

          I suggest you grow up and take a look around… people enjoy many different things in life and I say kudos to them all… but you try to tear them down which usually means your life is most likely void of success so it makes you feel bigger when you try to make them feel inferior.

          As far as third world countries and suffering… we are not the care takers of the world and whenever America tries to help, the extended hand is generally not appreciated. You probably see the world like our miserable president where he wants all people equal, and where our kids play soccer or baseball but no score is allowed because someones feelings might get hurt… thats life as not everyone has the talent to be an NBA star, or a doctor who sacrifices years in college and medical school, or a Bill Gates, or our men and women in uniform who put their lives on the line every single day they are in combat.

          So Meesh, I suggest you get a life and try to encourage people along their journey in life… it is actually quite fulfilling when one encourages people to succeed and try to obtain their goals in life.

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            Little correction… that would be male.

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          • bigtimer says:

            Paul…

            Hope your priceless words sink in for meesh…but I fear the opposite.

            I hope I’m wrong.

            (once again, TY for your kind words)

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          • Way to go Paul, you got idiot meesh in a corner.

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          • i’m impressed to see that you’re able to deduce my entire life story by my 1-2 line comments. you’re a regular dr. phil.

            and, predictably, you completely missed the point about my 3rd world comment. it’s about bigz taking things for granted… like the anguish experienced by the inability to blog as compared to the 20,000 children that die from hunger every day. bigs priorities are clearly out of whack and she should be called out for it!

            and just one small example about MY life being fulfilling, soon you will be hearing about donations of baby clothes (from my company) to children’s hospitals in war torn countries.

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          • white devil says:

            Meesha
            Hmmmm, so what are YOU (not the company you work for)doing about those 20,000 children? I mean shouldnt you be out spreading your benevolence (from your own pocket )to those poor dears instead of pontificating on here? Just asking….. how do you find time to get on here when you are out saving the world?

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          • Ditto that.

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          • white devil says:

            Big
            LOL meesha loses the argument so he changes the subject by making it personal…. weak, not the troll I thought he was… too bad. Well I will leave him in your hands ( till later LOL ) cause I have some stuff to do….

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          • Nah….he’s just a typical lib, they always do what meesh has done. You hit the nail on the head.

            I just got done doing chores and starting spaghetti sausce for the night…so, after a few more things…I’m settling in for awhile.

            Catch ya when I catch ya next ~

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          • first of all… it’s MY company. I OWN IT. and did you not REAd what MY company is doing? Donations to childrens hospitals. i don’t mind repeating myself because i realize your reading comprehension levels are so abysmal, thats the only way i can get through to you.

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          • Hey meesh…buy tons of AWD’s T-Shirts…that way you help everybody!

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          • white devil says:

            ahem.. so whats the name of YOUR company?

            LOL…. liar

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          • white devil says:

            LOL its your comprehension skills that are in question Meesha…
            when I asked “what are YOU doing (not the company you work for)” I was calling YOU a liar in regards to your claim to ownership… or maybe you lack the mental capacity to understand…. okay, let me break it down so you understand.. you are a liar… how was that?

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          • oh i got it devil dog. i didnt expect you to believe it, but, hey, you probably believe jesus walked with the dinosaurs.

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          • you don’t deserve the privilege of knowing our name.

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          • white devil says:

            our name? LOL split personalities Meesha… or cant think up a name right now?

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          • dont try to argue semantics with a 5th grade education, devil dog.

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          • white devil says:

            Teufelshunde? Really Meesha… calling me a name that is a proud tradition and example of bravery of US Marines is supposed to be an insult?

            and yes.. I beleive in Jesus so bring on the ridicule and intolerence that the party of tolerence is known for LOL

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            Meesh,

            Give me the name of your company and the website address… I would like to make a donation, but first need to find if you’re a legitimate company.

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          • bigtimer says:

            Paul…

            Wanna bet he won’t have one…of course he’ll make some leftist lame-brain excuse for that too.

            Btw…he flew the coop. – For now.

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          • meesh
            Wouldn’t it be better to send food instead of baby cloth’s,
            The 20,000 dieing from hunger can’t eat the cloths,

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          • Methinks he’s full of BS. – He’s also on the wrong site with the blather he spews. He needs to go to HuffnPuff or DKos etc.

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          • white devil says:

            bingo! you win again bigtimer…

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          • Lol…he’s too much fun at times…know what I mean? 😉

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          • white devil says:

            yes bigtimer, I do know what you mean 😉

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          • no.. the point is that i’m doing something for the greater good… which is more than i can say for the pathetic souls on the right.

            and when it actually happens, i’ll be sure to send the link.

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          • white devil says:

            LOL really meesha? Well this is for you…dont let facts get in the way of YOUR projections

            http://news.investors.com/arti.....others.htm

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          • this is not journalism. it’s an editorial, which means opinion. quite clear u don’t know the difference (or definition).

            here’s some facts… from that liberal news bastion, the christian science monitor.

            http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/E.....mon-church

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          • white devil says:

            fact are facts Meesha… call it what you want.

            So I guess you have a problem with Romney giving his charity to the church… ( considered a charitable entity ) the fact is that HE gave…. what about Chicago Jesus? Hell my wife and I gave more than his paltry 10K with less than 1/10 of his earnings… 11K to our church and 4k to a charity that we care about… all on 110K per year between the two of us

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          • white devil says:

            Meesha
            Only you are dense enough to call the figures from TAX RETURNS… opinion. Keep flopping around Meesha… I’ll have you in the boat and in the cooler in a minute… right after I wack your skull with more facts

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          • devil dog,

            i’m convinced you have ADHD.

            read the article

            “According to the (Mormon) church, members are expected to tithe 10 percent of their income.

            Romney is OBLIGATED to give to the Mormon church.

            I DEBUNKED YOUR LAME AND BOGUS LINK talking about how Romney gives more than Obama! it’s because he HAS TO!

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          • white devil says:

            okay Meesha… lets try this again before i go do something besides engage in childish banter with you…

            Almost ALL churches that use the Bible as a reference “obligate” thier members to pay 10%.. including Obama and Bidens places of worship.. yet THEY fail to comply. WOW they are so stingy they defy thier own churches… typical liberals… benevolence at everyone elses expense.

            Keep fighting Meesha… I will reel you into the boat soon enough.

            gotta go but come back tonight.. will be glad to frustrate you some more

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            Meesh,

            Been posting everywhere hoping you would forward info I need. Hell, when I saw your post yesterday and how your company is sending clothing to the children overseas, I said to myself, this is a Dem who really cares. Just post your company name and website address so I can check you out and were good to go.

            Don’t count on any of these other scumbag Rep who visit this site to donate… but good ol’ Paul just can’t wait to get that check in the mail.

            Thanks!!!

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          • You don’t know what I or others do or don’t do meesh…difference is we don’t go around bragging about it…as you seem to be doing.

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          • not bragging… i was accused of living an unfulfilled life, and i needed to defend myself. keep the distortions coming!

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          • Hint: Read your posts from the beginning of yesterday to here in sequence and see how you look.

            Just sayin’ ~

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          • devil dog, if i appear, frustrated it would only be due to your ignorance.

            ditto for biggie.

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            Meesh,

            Been trying to catch up with you… thinking of donating to your company to help with the clothes your sending to the children. Need your company name and website address before I can donate.

            Thanks!!!

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          • white devil says:

            awwwww is that all you got Meesha?

            When you say ignorance do you mean the state of adult individuals ( like biggie and I ) who do not suffer from the perpetually infantile and progressive illness known as Peter Pan syndrome (liberalism)? Then ignorance is bliss….

            Please step up your game… you are starting to bore me.

            I notice how you “cherry pick” your responses… LOL You do know that we are ALL laughing at you right? I understand not responding to the tough questions but your silence exposes you for the weak minded fake you are.

            Well, time to reel you into the boat and throw you into the cooler… you can quit struggling now…. shhhhhh thats it….. just come in nice and easy…..shhhhhhh….. there you go. It will all be over soon… LOL

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          • white devil says:

            Meesha
            Its funny and illuminating that you fail to respond to my “obligation” of 10% comment (at 1:07pm today)

            Obama and Biden in open defiance of thier churches by NOT paying THIER FAIR SHARE… those stingy bastards. What say you?

            Oh, and Paul would like the website info about YOUR.. ahem LOL… company so he can make a donation…. in case you missed his requests

            Der Teufelshunde

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  14. It’s nice to see that “mittens” is taking the gloves off. I just hope that he’ll be able to keep up the momentum until the presidential televised debates. Then and only then will most American’ finally get to see a truly polished, staltwart and experienced leader opposite the immature, self-absorbed and amateur community activist, soon to be late night talk show host.

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  15. I really love how the rats are jumping ship now that it’s sinking.Some are moving to the GOP side,they want to be on the side thats winning .Axlelrod out campaigning yesterday for Obama was heckled!

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    • bigtimer says:

      Howdy Doris…

      I know about that yesterday, I had a Question of the Day all lined up with that included, something weird happened and it wouldn’t show all of it, tried ’til I went to bed…then said to self- quit beating yourself over the head! :-)

      Anyway…I’ve got that posted in the new Question of the Day above somewhere, it’s rather fun, is it not?

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  16. Hi bigtimer…. I just knew this stuff about Axlerod would be in your question of the day, I kept reading that there was a problem, and,it looks like you figured it out. and,yes it’s fun, I enjoy seeing them suffer !

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    • bigtimer says:

      Howdy Doris…

      No, nothing changed for my original Q of the Day, didn’t even want to try it our early this morning because of fear and frustration…still, I wished it could have been posted. Nevertheless…still getting my two cents in about this via one way or another if ya get my drift. 😉

      Thanks so much for your input…I’m with ya on the suffering part, and to think, this is only the beginning. Ya gotta love it!

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  17. Eric Holder MUST GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://www.miamiherald.com/201.....e-its.html

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    • dano…

      Yeppers….I posted about that somewhere yesterday too. Infuriating!

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    • yeah, what the hell do people think? that they have the RIGHT to vote?!?! people don’t have the RIGHT to vote! nowhere does it say in the constitution that people should have the RIGHT TO VOTE?!? it’s unbelievable! eric holder should go to jail for even THINKING he should allow people the RIGHT to VOTE! especially in florida.

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      • Florida is going thru the list and checking it twice…for ineligible voters, dead voters, illegal immigrants, felons etc. See if you can get thru your thick skull.

        Why would the AG stick his beak in this meesh…unless they want illgegal votes taking place for their side of the aisle. The man deserves prison for much of what he’s done in my opinion. Can you say Fast & Furious and the murder of Brian Terry? There’s blood on his hands meesh…simple as that.

        Btw…so far they have found over 100.000 of such ineligible voters to-boot!

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        • 100,000 ineligible voter?!?! biggie, once again, pulling stuff out of your a$$. according to the miami herald,

          “…Florida has flagged 2,700 potential noncitizen voters and sent the list to county elections supervisors, who have found the data and methodology to be flawed and problematic.”

          http://www.miamiherald.com/201.....e-its.html

          go get a clue you numbskull.

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            Meesh,

            In case you did not read my reply to you earlier… I would like to donate to your company regarding clothes you are sending to needy children. Please give the name of your company and website address… want to make sure it is legit before I donate.

            Thanks!!!

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          • white devil says:

            LOL now Paul… you know the cherry picker will not answer you. Too much heat on that pitch…. throw him a soft ball that he can hit.

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          • bigtimer says:

            Yep…he’s avoiding that like the plague. It’s obvious why.

            Btw white devil…adored that last response of yours to meesh. That had my laughing out loud – Priceless. 😉

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          • white devil says:

            bigtimer
            Quit it now, your making me blush.. LOL

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          • bigtimer says:

            I saw that today…I was just going a report I heard last night live somewhere. Matters not…it’s not even the point. Holder needs to keep his beak out of this, whether it’s 2700 or 100,000 they are ineligible…period!

            Why do you not get the major point of anything meesh…why?

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          • bigtimer says:

            Btw meesh, Paul is and has been patiently waiting for a reply from you. We all are ~ or don’t you have one?

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      • white devil says:

        bogus argument… everyone CAN vote.. ITS NOT A POLL TAX like the Dems want to argue, just get a freaken ID. Heck SC will give you a ride but few have taken advantage of the offer. Its ironic that the dems WANT an enviroment were voter fraud can take place…. I wonder why LOL

        I just moved to Oklahoma last week…. couldnt get a drivers liscense yesterday because my birth certificate was not good enough…it was good enough to get me in the military, good enough for ID in Georgia, Missouri,Texas and SC… but not Oklahoma and other states.. why no protest over that? The right to vote is far more precious than the right to get a drivers liscense… so a photo ID should be required.

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      • Meesh..
        You might want to take a look at Amendment XV, Sect 1.

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  18. meesh
    Maybe your company instead of sending baby cloths to starving children to eat you could furnish voter I.D. to these poor retched masses in this country.

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    • Paul Bonnichsen says:

      GA,

      Great idea for Meesh. Hell, those babies need food and medicine before they need clothing.

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  19. meesh,
    This one’s for you,
    http://online.wsj.com/article/.....on_LEADTop

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    • white devil says:

      Meesha wont read it… facts only enrage libtards.

      He worships at the alter of Chicago Jesus… facts are irrelevant

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      • He’ll most likely go hide now..when the heat gets hot in the kitchen, he gets out. – For awhile.

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        • these are opinion pieces. i dont read right wing propaganda.. especially when it’s ONE PERSON’S opinion.

          opinion does not equal fact: something the righties will never understand.

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          • With you it’s in one ear and out the other. You’re hopeless. Stay Stuck on Stupid…suits you fine.

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          • you just… don’t… GET IT! Opinion is NOT fact. oh forget it, it’s no use. you’ve defeated me with your stupidity.

            go fly a kite.

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          • It’s time for your nappy meesh…don’t forget your binky!

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            Meesh,

            Remember 2010 elections when your side of the aisle got their asses wiped… did you shed big crocodile tears??? Wait till elections this year meesh… yeah, you Dems will get the votes from about 80% of blacks and of course every pathetic puke who doesn’t want to work will vote the Dem ticket, but my hope for our country and for capitalism is that Dems will have to start wiping their own asses once again.

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  20. ga steve….

    Excellent read, got that tweeted too!

    Thank you for that…do you really think meesh is going to read that and pay any attention to what’s said in there? Hope he does, but I bet it goes in one ear and out the other.

    Btw…couldn’t hit the reply to you…your link is covering it. 😉

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  21. A black lady called Hannity yesterday,she said she was insulted that her party is giving the impression that black people are too stupid to get an ID.

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    • Howdy Doris…

      I heard her call as well, she isn’t alone by any means. I’ve heard a lot of callers such as her via radio. Chris Plante is who I listen to early in the day, there have been plenty of callers like her over time too.

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  22. bigtimer..Not all black voters are stuck on stupid (aka Obama ) some are awake.

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    • You got that right, and many are going to stay home this time because of Dear Leader’s stance on gay marriage.

      I’m tellin’ ya Doris…the Obama, he Walks on Water dontcha know. I give him credit for one thing and one thing only…WAKING THIS NATION UP!

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      • ga steve says:

        bigtimer
        A group of Black preachers asked to have a meeting with obama about his gay marriage position, needless to say they are very unhappy about it since they are against it, will look for the story and leave a link.

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        • bigtimer says:

          Will be looking forward to that, seems I saw something about that yesterday as well. Sometimes it’s impossible to keep track of all. 😉

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  23. Ya gotta love this response to what BJ Clintoon said above in the blog post.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/rom.....rd-superb/

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  24. What do you give George W. Bush then?

    An F-?

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    • bigtimer says:

      This isn’t about Bush…or didn’t you notice?

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    • ga steve says:

      steve j
      Is Bush running for president?

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      • bigtimer says:

        ga steve…seems we have another hit and run trollster. What’s amusing with the left to me is they can’t defend their own Leader so they use the tired tactic of the Bush Blame Game. That too will backfire!

        Truly ‘Stuck on Stupid!’

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    • Romney will have to find some way to assure people like me we will not have a repeat of Bush foreign policy or domestic policy — a policy of big government and liberal engineering.

      He has loaded his campaign with numerous Bush foreign policy advisers. These are people who do not belong in the Republican Party.

      So, as he has graded Obama, it is fair for me to be concerned as to how he grades Bush.

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      • bigtimer says:

        Thanks for your response, I suppose it is fair for you to ask that. I just tire of the Bush BS after three years or more of the dems using this tactic.

        I’m sure others will respond to your question too SteveJ.

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        • Ha! Well is was a rather short antagonistic comment on its own.

          But I am not a very happy camper really.

          I was an ardent Ronald Reagan supporter. Therefore, I cannot possibly support the policies of the modern day Republican Party, not if I wish to remain intellectually honest. That includes their foreign policy.

          And I think it is way past time for the Republican Party to come to grips with this development, and correct it. If and when they do, we will have Presidential elections similar to 1980 and 1984, not presidential elections along the lines of the past 20 years.

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          • bigtimer says:

            So what does that all mean SteveJ…does that mean you won’t vote this election, or you will vote for Dear Leader…just what exactly are you going to do, stay home and whine…instead of getting rid of the worst prez we’ve ever had in the WH since the beginning of this country?

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          • I don’t think there is an appreciation for just how far off track the Republican Party is. Obama’s foreign policy is closer to Ronald Reagan than George W. Bush foreign policy. The forefathers of the advisers to George W. Bush were in the Lyndon Johnson administration.

            What I may do is vote for Gary Johnson. But you need to understand, things have to change.

            I am increasingly in agreement with the following people. And if the Republican Party has any sense, it will try to get them back.

            Why the best minds of international power politics are leaving the GOP

            Realist Republicans are increasingly abandoning their party. “I think the party got carried away with the idea of American exceptionalism,” says Lawrence Korb, an assistant secretary of defense during the Reagan administration. “Reagan resisted the neocons, but under Bush they finally came to power.” A long-time Republican, Korb is now, tellingly, with the Center for American Progress, a leading liberal think tank. “It’s no coincidence that Colin Powell and I both endorsed Obama,” he says. “I think people from the Nixon administration and the Reagan administration would be comfortable in the Obama administration,” says Korb.

            Meanwhile, figures from the first Bush administration, such as Brent Scowcroft and James Baker, are nowhere to be found in the Party of Palin. “The realist community has not been at the forefront of the debate in the party’s evolution,” admits Stefan Halper, who worked in the Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Bush I administrations. Jack Matlock, ambassador to the Soviet Union during the Reagan administration, says he is no longer a Republican: “Where the GOP leadership has gone has just been appalling.”

            Full article:
            http://www.theamericanconserva.....t-realist/

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          • bigtimer says:

            Korb, neocons and the Center of American Progress speaks volumes, so does the mention of the likes of Colin Powell etc.

            Thanks but not thanks SteveJ…no way, no how for me.

            I have had many disagreements with Bush and company in the past, but after 9-11 I still have nothing but respect. I won’t forget.

            This is info for all of you about the Center for American Progress folks, take a peek. It speaks volumes about SteveJ and his ilk.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C.....n_Progress

            Btw…you can believe if the word ‘progess’ is in it…it’s also funded by Soros too, Podesta and all named in link are affiliated with him…period.

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          • You did not read my comment carefully at all.

            Lawrence Korb stated the following: “Reagan resisted the neocons, but under Bush they finally came to power.” Korb does not approve of Bush.

            I support Lawrence Korb. That is NOT the same as supporting the place where he works.

            But it is telling that a life-long Conservative like Korb cannot find a home in the current Republican Party.

            I’ll say it again. Obama foreign policy is closer to Ronald Reagan than Bush foreign policy. The forefathers of the advisers to Bush resided in the Lyndon Johnson administration.

            What you appear to be saying is that I can have Ronald Reagan while you will stick with Lyndon Johnson.

            If that’s the rout you’re going to take, you are part of the problem, not the solution.

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          • bigtimer says:

            And I look at people like you as the problem, not the solution.

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          • Amazing, the most successful President of the last century in Ronald Reagan.

            And you repudiate him.

            Supporting necons is a repudiation of Ronald Reagan and Conservatism. Rest assured.

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          • Paul Bonnichsen says:

            BT,

            Thanks for the info on the Center for American Progress… nothing but a left leaning organization comprised of people who hate America.

            SteveJ must really lean far to the left… guess nothing is wrong with that other than this current administration is destroying the American dream.

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          • As I said above, I support Lawrence Korb. That is not the same as supporting the place where he works.

            It is amazing to me how people who carry the neocon torch can accuse anybody of being a leftist.

            They’re former Trotskyites you know.

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          • Korb is someone I detest…don’t think I don’t know about him, I’ve heard plenty from him over the years. So, tell you what…as far as I’m concerned my first instincts about you and how you lean are correct.

            Vote the Marxixt in Chief out…and voting for Johnson ain’t gonna do it. But so be it…you’re one of the few, it that’s really true about how you say you’re going to vote. (which I have my doubts, but that’s just me)

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          • Perhaps I misread, but I thought you did not support neocons.

            You cannot berate neocons out of one side of your mouth and support George W. Bush foreign policy out of the other. Bush foreign policy was neocon foreign policy.

            Conservatives like Lawrence Korb don’t want anything to do with the neocons.

            Yet now you say you detest Korb.

            If you are a neocon supporter, say so.

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          • SteveJ

            What part do you not understand…I DETEST Korb…period!

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          • Paul…

            You’re more than welcome. I’ll be back in a few, got to get the rest of dinner done. ~

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      • Paul Bonnichsen says:

        Steve,

        I would say your concern is valid… at this point however and considering Obama has completely stifled small business which hires approximately 80% of the American workforce, there is no way on earth in my opinion that anyone with a sane mind could vote for Obama again.

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  25. Gotta throw this in here before I call it in for the night. ~

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....the-truth/

    Ain’t that the truth!

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    • The media demonizes all Republican nominees. However, while they do this, they also make subtle comments about how certain nominees are “acceptable” — at least given the fact they represent the evil Republican Party. Romney is “acceptable.”

      The last candidate to be considered “totally unacceptable” and “off his rocker” was Ronald Reagan. I remember 1980 and 1984. He was not simply demonized. We were informed that the planet Earth likely wouldn’t be around in 4 years after he got elected. And once that failed to materialize, we wouldn’t be around in 4 years if he got re-elected.

      When you see the media in a psychotic frenzy claiming the Earth will explode, that will be evidence that the Republican Party has made the necessary adjustments.

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      • How can you possibly not think or see the constant attacks on Romney from THE MEDIA? It’s been non-ending SteveJ…and they’ve only just begun. ~

        Btw….what they are doing will backfire too. It already has, Rasmussen has his latest poll out and Romney’s up two points above Dear Leader now.

        http://hotair.com/archives/201.....king-poll/

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      • All due respect, I stated that the media demonizes ALL Republican nominees.

        But they haven’t been worse on Romney than they were on Reagan, yet Reagan won in 2 routs.

        The reason we have ridiculous situation on our hands, where Obama has already one term and might get two, is because of the ineptitude of the Republican Party at the national level.

        Not because of some straw man, and it is passed time for the party of personal responsibility to correct itself.

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        • bigtimer says:

          I agree with the thoughts regarding the ineptitude of the repub party big-wigs on a national level…there are a few exceptions, may post about one later. Don’t have much time today.

          We’re going to win…this isn’t a McRINO campaign. Plus, Dear Leader has awakened the giant, it took something like him to do so. Plus…we have the Tea Party movement as well. Also, we have Al Gore’s Amazing Internet…things change. Some I’m mentioning are the Hope and Change millions have been looking for.

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  26. bigtimer says:

    Here’s a big Boo-friggin’-Hoo from Dear Leader ~

    http://www.theblaze.com/storie.....hn-mccain/

    The examples given are the reason we lost…how dumb does he think we are?

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    • Well I saw that, and it is humorous. But anyone currently running against Obama would be labeled “extreme” by him as McCain was when he was the current opponent.

      So I don’t think the article gives reasons for much of anything. Either the last election or this one.

      Obama didn’t win his last election, and he won’t win this one. The Republicans will lose.

      After putting up with a fake Conservative for 2 terms, the Republicans offered McCain.

      Now, they have followed that up with the Mother of all RINOs.

      The Republican Party has done everything to blow this.

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      • bigtimer says:

        You, nor I know what kind of a President Romney will make, but I’m tired of going back and forth with you over this.

        Don’t vote for him…simple as that. ~

        Btw…I’ll take Romney over McRINO anyday!

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