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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    Uh oh. The dreaded "wave" election. I expect sales of Depends to democrats to rise on the news.
    Yet we see them still trying to spin, and deflect it the other way. WAPO, WSJ, FOX, ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC.....all of them are expecting the GOP to pull it off. Big Money is expecting them to pull it off.

    Also the larger the turnout and with BO being left alone......should show BO his humble beginnings once more.

    Only ones that don't want to see it......are those supporters and some Countries overseas who feel they can get away with whatever, when there is a Democrat in the White House.

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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Yet we see them still trying to spin, and deflect it the other way. WAPO, WSJ, FOX, ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC.....all of them are expecting the GOP to pull it off. Big Money is expecting them to pull it off.

    Also the larger the turnout and with BO being left alone......should show BO his humble beginnings once more.

    Only ones that don't want to see it......are those supporters and some Countries overseas who feel they can get away with whatever, when there is a Democrat in the White House.
    I'm thinking of taking the next few weeks off here until after the election. I can either come back and gloat for a moment or two, or at the very least prepare for yet another two years of political insanity at the hands of the left. I'm hoping for the former, but preparing for the latter. Certain posters here will be acting as if their very lives have been refuted should the GOP win. That's worth witnessing just for the sheer satisfaction the retributive nature of politics provides.

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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    I'm thinking of taking the next few weeks off here until after the election. I can either come back and gloat for a moment or two, or at the very least prepare for yet another two years of political insanity at the hands of the left. I'm hoping for the former, but preparing for the latter. Certain posters here will be acting as if their very lives have been refuted should the GOP win. That's worth witnessing just for the sheer satisfaction the retributive nature of politics provides.
    Greetings, humbolt.

    I've also been thinking of taking the next few weeks off, and I do need a vacation. Have you noticed that there's never a cave available when you need one, though? That's important right now, since it appears that our entire way of life is being threatened by the *gasp* possibility of the Senate changing hands!
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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    I'm thinking of taking the next few weeks off here until after the election. I can either come back and gloat for a moment or two, or at the very least prepare for yet another two years of political insanity at the hands of the left. I'm hoping for the former, but preparing for the latter. Certain posters here will be acting as if their very lives have been refuted should the GOP win. That's worth witnessing just for the sheer satisfaction the retributive nature of politics provides.

    It all keeps repeating and recycling one step forward, then the Demo reign and its 2 steps back.....but BO did show us all one thing. That he would do everything in his power to take out and or limit Republicans, attack Republicans verbally as The President of a Nation, not chide. Attack and defame, that which he can't do to ISIS or our enemies......while attempting to tell all that their conservative ideology is dead and they and Republican have no plans or future. The Demos did play it underhanded and nasty.....like they always have done.

    Its time for the Republicans and Independents to note that.....and never forget it. Time to constantly work at taking out the party that can only win by dividing up the country, while believing in big government, and looking to be a Citizen of the World.

    Until they are no longer ever a threat again!

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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    It all keeps repeating and recycling one step forward, then the Demo reign and its 2 steps back.....but BO did show us all one thing. That he would do everything in his power to take out and or limit Republicans, attack Republicans verbally as The President of a Nation, not chide. Attack and defame, that which he can't do to ISIS or our enemies......while attempting to tell all that their conservative ideology is dead and they and Republican have no plans or future. The Demos did play it underhanded and nasty.....like they always have done.

    Its time for the Republicans and Independents to note that.....and never forget it. Time to constantly work at taking out the party that can only win by dividing up the country, while believing in big government, and looking to be a Citizen of the World.

    Until they are no longer ever a threat again!
    When they lost congress in the 90's, the democrats changed. When they adopted the scorched earth policy, they should've considered the consequences of losing in the effort. They'll be claiming success as the boat sinks. Fun to watch.

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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Because people are smarter than you give them credit for.
    They actually are not. If Americans have proven anything, it's that most of their views are easily shaped by who shouts the loudest.
    They know BS numbers and propaganda when they hear it.
    I'm well aware, which is why I don't understand why the Democrats aren't touting the successes of the last 6 years, successes which FACTS show as being true.

    They've paid out the butt at the doctor's office, they still can't find the job they're qualified for, and that house of cards stock market is not benefitting them in the least. They see a flood of illegals about to water down their opportunities, their vote, and their say-so at every turn.
    What a load of nonsense.

    Millions more people have jobs now than January 2009. GDP is much higher. Civil rights has advanced. The deficits have dropped by more than half. All of these are true things and are facts I would think Democrats would tout, given they've had control of Senate and White House. But they haven't and I can only assume stupidity is the reason.

    The reality of what liberalism truly is...it's setting in.
    If you're just going to continue saying mind-numbingly partisan/stupid things, I'd appreciate it if you'd reply to someone else. I'd like to discuss this rationally, not illogically. Thanks.
    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    Could be because most of that is not true.
    It's all true. The economy has grown, more jobs exist now than in December 2008, DOMO and DADT have essentially been thrown out and deficits have been cut in half.

    Only a moron would argue any of those are not true when it is a cold hard fact all of them are true. You may be biased, but you're not a moron. You know all of those are true.
    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    Well sure, but since when do the Democrats abandon the happy lies?
    So does that make you a Democrat or are you just lying? Because everything I said was 100% true, as evidenced by facts.

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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by Slyfox696 View Post
    Only a moron would argue any of those are not true when it is a cold hard fact all of them are true. You may be biased, but you're not a moron. You know all of those are true.
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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Ignoring for a moment you just quoted Peter Ferrara who then quoted someone from the American Thinker (in other words: mega bias), the article you sourced was from a year and a half ago. Trying catching up with the times.

    Unemployment Rate: Bureau of Labor Statistics Data
    55 Months of Private Sector Job Creation: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/04/bu...september.html
    Total Number of People Working (ie jobs created): Graph: Total nonfarm payroll employment (seasonally adjusted)
    GDP: US GDP Growth Rate by Quarter
    Deficits: US Federal Deficit Definition - plus charts and analysis
    Civil Rights: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/23/us/23military.html

    Everything I said was 100% true. You posting a biased article from a biased writer who quotes a biased source from a year and a half ago won't make the truth go away.

    What's really dumb about all this is you have a chance to LEGITIMATELY criticize Democrats for their awful campaign strategy, but you forgo that to argue with what are indisputable facts. You really should choose your criticisms better.

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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    Quote Originally Posted by Slyfox696 View Post
    Ignoring for a moment you just quoted Peter Ferrara who then quoted someone from the American Thinker (in other words: mega bias), the article you sourced was from a year and a half ago. Trying catching up with the times.

    Unemployment Rate: Bureau of Labor Statistics Data
    55 Months of Private Sector Job Creation: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/04/bu...september.html
    Total Number of People Working (ie jobs created): Graph: Total nonfarm payroll employment (seasonally adjusted)
    GDP: US GDP Growth Rate by Quarter
    Deficits: US Federal Deficit Definition - plus charts and analysis
    Civil Rights: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/23/us/23military.html

    Everything I said was 100% true. You posting a biased article from a biased writer who quotes a biased source from a year and a half ago won't make the truth go away.

    What's really dumb about all this is you have a chance to LEGITIMATELY criticize Democrats for their awful campaign strategy, but you forgo that to argue with what are indisputable facts. You really should choose your criticisms better.
    Not Looking for Work, Labor Force Participation and Recovery

    The FedGov only count those actively looking for employment.


    Rejection of DOMA and DADT are morally regressive IMHO

    I'm not going to complain about Democrat campaign strategies when their policies are the main problem.
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    Re: AP-GfK Poll: Most expect GOP victory in November

    So when you cannot refute facts you simply try to change the subject?

    You were wrong. Everything I said which has gotten better is correct. Admit you were wrong and simply move on.

    The FedGov only count those actively looking for employment.
    Umm...duh? Why would you count people who aren't looking to work as unemployed? That would be stupid. Do you really think my 80+ year old grandfather who retired as superintendent after 30+ years of working and contributing to his own retirement fund is unemployed?

    Rejection of DOMA and DADT are morally regressive IMHO
    It doesn't matter how you feel, it is still an advancement in civil rights. More demographics are enjoying equality under the law now than in 2008. For a political party who strongly supports civil rights, it seems to me they should be trumpeting such an advancement. But they are not.

    I'm not going to complain about Democrat campaign strategies when their policies are the main problem.
    You have a problem with GDP going up, more people working and lower deficits?

    Interesting...

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