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Old 08-11-2012, 08:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ryan named Romney's running mate

Are you concerned about rising government spending and mounting national debt? Have you, your family and friends been affected by high unemployment rates and the overall static economy? Do you disagree with the current administration's domestic and social policies? Will you continue to support Barrack Obama, our Apologist-in-chief, whose foreign policies threaten to diminish U.S. global influence?

Vote Romney/Ryan in 2012!
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fuck off and die you piece of shit treasonous motherfucker.



will someone ban this fucking troll already?
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Old 08-12-2012, 08:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Of course. After 8 years of Bush and the Republitards spending like drunken sailors on unfunded wars, while at the same time giving unprecedented tax cuts top the top 5% and lack of banking regulations which created the 2008 economic collapse, what did anyone expect?
The Dems voted for for those wars as well. Remember John Kerry who famously said "I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it."
And let us not forget Barney Franks' role in the mortgage crisis, no need to beat that dead horse again though.

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Yep! But thanks to Obama`s economic stimulus package and policies, things have stabilized and are showing signs of slowly reversing.
How so? This administration has had forty+ months to make strides, they have done nothing to jump-start the economy and their only successful approach to deal with staggering unemployment rates is to hire more government workers. So now you want an additional 48 months to claim that 'things have further stabilized and there are promising indications that we are slowly reversing the failed economic policies of George W. Bush'.
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Absolutely! Because while I am very disappointed in Obama, his policies are none of the rhetoric you spewed and have actually undone a lot of the damage that your ideaologies have done with regard to our standing in the world.
Again, how so? Please be specific.

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Yeah because if you like having what few jobs are left being outsourced and country completely destroyed and bankrupted the way he did to every company he bought when when he was head of Bain Capital, he is your guy. A vote for Romney is a vote to destroy America and is an act of treason....
If possible, he made the companies be bought through Bain Capital viable, if they were beyond hope, he broke them up and sold them off. That's how business works in the private sector, the public sector on the other hand continues to run regardless of losses. Well, except in Stockton: Stockton, California files for bankruptcy | Reuters

Shhh. Let's keep this between me and you Snowolf...The secret is small business.
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Snowolf handling business as usual.
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Partisan politics is some of the dumbest shit ever. It's like carrying over fandom of sports into actual real life shit. Politics isn't rah-rah my team is winning. It's real life. Fuck both parties. They have far more similarities than differences.
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Old 08-12-2012, 08:38 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Let me take a crack at this.

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The Dems voted for for those wars as well. Remember John Kerry who famously said "I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it."
And let us not forget Barney Franks' role in the mortgage crisis, no need to beat that dead horse again though.
Dems voted for those wars based on falsified information. And never with the intention of being endless money pits, and certainly not on the backs of 2 rounds of tax cuts to millionaires (all paid for by Bush with the federal debt).

And Barney Frank's role in the mortgage crisis was earnest and an externality. He advocated for the underwriting of affordable loans to those who were excluded by discriminatory credit procedures. He never intended for securitized derivitaves to feed a subprime mortgage machine. You can't blame him for the abuse and corruption of the banks predatory subprime practices.

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How so? This administration has had forty+ months to make strides, they have done nothing to jump-start the economy and their only successful approach to deal with staggering unemployment rates is to hire more government workers. So now you want an additional 48 months to claim that 'things have further stabilized and there are promising indications that we are slowly reversing the failed economic policies of George W. Bush'.
Save it!
This administration did nothing to jump start the economy? The economy was losing an average of 135,000 jobs a month for the 12 months before Obama took office. His stimulus was the exact (albeit too small) measure that economists were calling for. In the face of toxic investment assets being valueless, investors were ready to invest zero. Noone knew what they were holding, and noone new what was safe. The economy was going to dissolve without that measure. Thank GOD (not that there is one) Democrats won the election. Or we'd be going through the austerity depression Euro countries are right now at the hands of regressive conservatives.

The only reason progress was impeded was the take over by teabaggers in the house. They filibustered the Jobs Act, and they'll filibuster a fart coming out of Obamas ass if they could. They have one agenda, inhibit any success by the President. And that's what they've done. If anything this election needs to be a referendum on every republican in congress who chose not to support the president.


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Again, how so? Please be specific.
Seriously? Obama's a diplomat, not a war monger. Generally I find it's well recieved when you're not threatening to start WWIII

And how'd Romney's little foreign excursion go?



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If possible, he made the companies be bought through Bain Capital viable, if they were beyond hope, he broke them up and sold them off. That's how business works in the private sector, the public sector on the other hand continues to run regardless of losses. Well, except in Stockton: Stockton, California files for bankruptcy | Reuters

Shhh. Let's keep this between me and you Snowolf...The secret is small business.
Ok, private equity has it's benefits. But in Bain's case, it all too often resulted in corporate welfare. Essentially Romney took the credit cards, maxed them out, sold what he bought, pocketed the profits, and left the debt with the tax payers. All while sending jobs overseas or bankrupting companies. I would have rather my tax dollars subsidized the company instead of lining Romney's pockets. At least people would still be gainfully employed.

You're little Stockon example? Thanks to your unregulated derivatives creating the housing bubble, towns that relied on property tax revenues (like the one I live in) are now going bankrupt because of the financial crisis. Artificially inflated markets don't last and leave havoc in their wake. Too bad there aren't any bankers (or complicit politicians) being held accountable.

And yes the secret is small business. But small business isn't viable without adequate constomer spending. Government cuts will ensure there will be less of that.
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Partisan politics is some of the dumbest shit ever. It's like carrying over fandom of sports into actual real life shit. Politics isn't rah-rah my team is winning. It's real life. Fuck both parties. They have far more similarities than differences.
Yeah, lets all say fuck it and let Romney win. I'll just kill myself before I reach retirement, social security age, or when my kids have to go to college. Or I could just kill myself now before I have kids and save myself the trouble.

Romney/Ryan Kill yourself 2012.
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Yeah, I don't think you understood me at all.

Neither party is gonna save America. Both parties want the same thing- control. Neither give a rat's ass about America or Americans. They just want power.
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Where did I say I wasn't going to vote?

Y'all seem so frothing at the mouth that you want to put words into other people's mouths.

I'm going to vote for Obama, but as usual, I'll be more voting against the other guy than for the guy I cast my vote for. I'm 30 and I haven't voted FOR a presidential candidate yet. I've always voted against the other guy in a lesser of two evils scenario.
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What if he did a backflip 5050 back 1 out?
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