View Poll Results: Should the GOP should fear the 99% movement

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  • Absolutely should fear it

    33 31.13%
  • Somewhat fear it

    9 8.49%
  • Fear it a little bit

    3 2.83%
  • Fear it a tiny bit

    3 2.83%
  • Absolutely nothing to fear

    47 44.34%
  • Don't know

    1 0.94%
  • Don't care

    6 5.66%
  • Other (explian)

    4 3.77%
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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    There is no such things a '99%' movement. There are a bunch of typical klowns claiming the name,...
    cute & ironic.

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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    cute & ironic.
    Unimaginative and moronic. Your turn...go...

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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    If I walk up and offer you $100 for a blow job and you deny the offer, then shame on me...and Im the bad guy. If you walk up and say..."hey...put that $100 away bitch, it will cost you at least $1000 and you have to give it to me all up front and if you DONT make this deal you WONT like the consequences long term" then where does your problem reside? You and others keep making this claim that 'the majority of democrats' are somehow pristine and opposed to Wall Street influence. Really? Who received the bulk of their campaign contributions? Who has ALWAYS been in bed with the people you claim they are 'against'? If you dont think the democrats are as corrupt as the republicans and arent responsible for creating the climate of corruption, you arent paying attention or are blinded by your partisanship.
    Really, let's review: A majority of Dems voted to increase the CAFE standards, A majority of Dems voted against the war in Iraq, a majority of Dems voted for the affordable health care act, a majority of Dems voted against continuing the tax cuts for the rich, a majority of Dems voted for regulating wall street, and a majority of Dems voted for the Jobs Act.
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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    Really, let's review: A majority of Dems voted to increase the CAFE standards, A majority of Dems voted against the war in Iraq, a majority of Dems voted for the affordable health care act, a majority of Dems voted against continuing the tax cuts for the rich, a majority of Dems voted for regulating wall street, and a majority of Dems voted for the Jobs Act.
    How many of those democrats are taking campaign contributions from those Wall Street and banker types? Where is a majority of their money going? This just isnt even hard.

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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    How many of those democrats are taking campaign contributions from those Wall Street and banker types? Where is a majority of their money going? This just isnt even hard.
    The majority of the the big corporate money went to the GOP candidates in 2010. It seems the corporate money people have found that the majority of Democrats are not playing ball the way they used to.

    And you ignored all the positions I listed that the Democrats took in favor of the middle class that the GOP was opposed to.
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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    So people who engage in international business, where their customers are all around the world and who typically seat their profits in the U.S, are screwing U.S. citizens?

    Posted from my phone
    Actually, from my understanding.

    1% rule 80-90% with the help of 9-19%.

    Globally, historically, anthropologically.

    The 50s-70s were an abberation that has been corrected.
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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    I'm auctioning you off on e-bay right now!
    Hope you got some way to collect from the winner, 'cuz I ain't goin'!
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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    The majority of the the big corporate money went to the GOP candidates in 2010. It seems the corporate money people have found that the majority of Democrats are not playing ball the way they used to.

    And you ignored all the positions I listed that the Democrats took in favor of the middle class that the GOP was opposed to.
    Democrats can say anything they want. Politicians vote all the time on bills they know wont/cant pass just to make a statement or appease voters. the proof is in their actions. Go ahead...say it...YES...the majority of Wall Street and banker money goes to democrats. I know it must be like swallowing a big **** sandwich...but face facts...your team is just as corrupt as the other team.

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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    Hell, he knows where his bread is buttered too.

    His healthcare plan when it was all.said and done was a wonderful gift to the health insurance industry.

    "Hey guys, you know those ridiculous practices you indulge in that are really starting to piss people off? Denying peiple with pre-existing conditions and looking for some reason to drop long term customers when the actually get sick and need care?

    We'll give you 150 million new customers and we'll force them to pay if you will please stop doing what the American people are going to demand we make you stop pretty soon anyway. Mm'kay?"
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    Re: Does the GOP need to fear the 99% Movement?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    If I walk up and offer you $100 for a blow job and you deny the offer, then shame on me...and Im the bad guy. If you walk up and say..."hey...put that $100 away bitch, it will cost you at least $1000 and you have to give it to me all up front and if you DONT make this deal you WONT like the consequences long term" then where does your problem reside? You and others keep making this claim that 'the majority of democrats' are somehow pristine and opposed to Wall Street influence. Really? Who received the bulk of their campaign contributions? Who has ALWAYS been in bed with the people you claim they are 'against'? If you dont think the democrats are as corrupt as the republicans and arent responsible for creating the climate of corruption, you arent paying attention or are blinded by your partisanship.
    Sounds like we agree that its way past time to get investment-level campaign money out of our politics.

    Progress is being made.

    Yay OWS!
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