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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by spud_meister View Post
    Personally, I would never vote for Obama.
    If Obama wins again, can I come live with you?
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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    I'm in a wait-and-see position at this point. I'd vote for Mitch Daniels, but the Republicans haven't thrown up anyone else that I find particularly compelling.

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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by randel View Post
    the stock market is doing well, if the unemployment comes down, and the economy is on the uptick, obama is re-elected.
    At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?
    Yes 35.71%
    No 64.29%

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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Absolutely!! If there was no other reason, I would vote for him because of possible SCOTUS picks. There is a possibility that 5-4 votes can be reversed and that would be a wonderful thing.
    I dont know if sending the Constitution to the paper shredder would be that wonderful.......but I know liberals would love it.

    BTW, all that misery you mentioned began under George W. Bush. And most of the debt was caused by Republican presidents beginning with President Reagan.
    Yes of course.....it was all Bush's fault.......but only after it was all Reagan's fault. And the fact that over 70% of our bloated budget came from the Democrat Party........is also the Republican's fault.
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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    I dont know if sending the Constitution to the paper shredder would be that wonderful.......but I know liberals would love it.


    Are you trying to get your picture next to "partisan hack" in the dictionary? Just curious...
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    uh that is so small as to be stupid. Do you want registration? given less than 3% of criminals get their guns from private sales, its pretty much a waste of resources
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    you are confused. I never denied that many criminals get guns in private sales.

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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    A Bushism?
    As you may know, the Bush Administration has begun to significantly increase the number of U.S. troops in Iraq to help stabilize the situation there. Do you favor or oppose this?

    • Favor: 38%
    • Oppose: 60%


    USA Today/Gallup Poll. Feb. 9-11, 2007. N=1,006 adults nationwide. MoE 3.
    Which of course came after a majority of Americans and Democrats for the matter........supported the initial Liberation of Iraq.

    .....still doesnt compare to The Kenyan Tyrant shoving his subprime health care bill to nowhere down our throats.......or his attempt to shove his Cap & Tax bill down our throat.....against the overwhelming will of We The People. Welcome to Tyranny......
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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    I'm curious. Are ALL rightwing partisan hacks such as your self uneducated in history, or just you? Here are the largest changes in Congress throughout history broken down by HoR, Senate, and combined:

    HoR
    1) 96...1933...Democrats
    2) 93...1875...Democrats
    3) 75...1891...Democrats
    4) 75...1949...Democrats

    64...2011...Republicans

    Senate
    1) 15..1959...Democrats
    2) 12..1933...Democrats
    3) 12..1981...Republicans
    4) 10..1935...Democrats
    5) 10..1875...Democrats

    7...2011...Republicans

    Combined
    1) 108...1933...Democrats
    2) 103...1875...Democrats
    3) 84...1949...Democrats

    71...2011...Republicans

    Now, consider that in 1933 FDR defeated Hoover 472-59. EASILY, this was the biggest political asswhopping in US History. EASILY. In 1949, Truman defeated Dewey 303-189. Though this was re-election, this would easily be the 2ND biggest political asswhopping in US History. Notice... both were by Democrats.

    What else to we notice? The top 4 HoR shifts were all by Democrats. 4 of the top 5 Senate shifts were by Democrats. The top 3 Congressional shifts were by Democrats. What happened in 2011 doesn't turn up in the top 5 of ANY list.

    So, what have we learned? Firstly, Badmutha doesn't know history. Secondly, Badmutha's premise is completely false... of course. And lastly, Badmutha presents himself as a silly right wing hack, attempting to spread misinformation, lies, just overall foolishness. Fortunately, there are those on this forum eager to expose such folly for the dishonesty that it is.

    Badmutha... next time try doing some actual research before attempting to present such ridiculous hackery.
    Next time I would suggest using your open eye..........

    Republicans took Control of the House with 63 House Seats, 6 Senate seats, ........this is not what qualified Nov. 2, 2010 as The Largest Political Ass Whooping in history. 63 House seats and 6 Senate seats while impressive, isnt the kicker, especially when you consider only 1/3 of the Senate was up for election, which is the only reason why the Democrats and Harry the body odor Reid retained control.


    10 Governorships, 680+ State legislative seats, and control of 19 more State legislatures.. was truely what made Nov. 2, 2010 the ass whooping that it was......and probably the reason why you didnt want to touch that fact.

    Throw all the feces you want....when it comes time for redistricting.....the reality of Nov. 2, 2010--The Largest Political Ass Whooping in history will come to fruition.
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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    You know, at this point, I hope he's voted out of office purely because I want people to stop bitching about him. Seriously, Some conservatives here blame him for everything short of their bowel movements, but alas, I should not think so wishfully, for even if a republican is voted into power in 2012, and they fail to fix the economy, we'll hear for 4 years "Obama's mess was too big to fix".

    And irony and Hypocracy will have won the battle once more.

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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    You know, at this point, I hope he's voted out of office purely because I want people to stop bitching about him. Seriously, Some conservatives here blame him for everything short of their bowel movements, but alas, I should not think so wishfully, for even if a republican is voted into power in 2012, and they fail to fix the economy, we'll hear for 4 years "Obama's mess was too big to fix".

    And irony and Hypocracy will have won the battle once more.
    i was thinking about that this morning on the way to work......why not just concede all power to the republicans? i'm sure they'll have this cleaned up in 2 years, aren't you?

    Originally Posted by johnny_rebson:

    These are the same liberals who forgot how Iraq attacked us on 9/11.


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    Re: At this point, do you plan on voting for Obama in 2012?

    Except in the case of the other option being Satan, no I won't be voting for him.


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