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Old 09-26-2012, 04:50 PM   #796
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Its because you have no way of seperating the funds so federal money does go toward abortions. TX tried to correct this problem.
So Planned Parenthood can't separate funds and get federal money either, as long as they fund abortions. Right?
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Old 09-26-2012, 04:51 PM   #797
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If you noticed I corrected my post by saying these women probably com in first for STD's and birth control before they come back for an abortion.
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If you noticed I corrected my post by saying these women probably com in first for STD's and birth control before they come back for an abortion.


wow, ...hell of an assumption,anything to back it up?
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Is Romney still running for President?

...I guess ,he's going to hold a fund rasier in Hong Kong.

Romney fundraiser planned Thursday in Hong Kong | Political Headlines | Comcast
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:06 PM   #800
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Today, BLS preliminary estimate of the benchmark revision indicates an upward adjustment to March 2012 of 386,000 more jobs than originally expected.

Meaning President Obama is now a net job creator since taking office in Jan. '09. Also puts private sector growth at 5.1 million jobs over the past 30 months.

Long ways to go, but this somewhat explains the gradual down tick in the unemployment number.
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I don't think it can be emphasized enough that over 4 million jobs were lost in Obama's first year in office. A good chunk before the stimulus bill ever reached his desk.


New data shows Obama may be a job creator, after all - Sep. 27, 2012
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12th, quit distorting this thread with fact.... its so useless
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I am sure there have been more incompetent candidates and campaigns but the Romney and co have got to be up there. This election is just about over and if we were having an after party a cooked goose by name of Mitt would be for dinner.

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Today, BLS preliminary estimate of the benchmark revision indicates an upward adjustment to March 2012 of 386,000 more jobs than originally expected.

Meaning President Obama is now a net job creator since taking office in Jan. '09. Also puts private sector growth at 5.1 million jobs over the past 30 months.

Long ways to go, but this somewhat explains the gradual down tick in the unemployment number.
Impressive....rolls eyes. Still the worst record of any POTUS.

Bush 2 and Reagan were dealt bad economic hands by the previous POTUS yet their job gains outpaced Obamas. W created 5M jobs in the first 30 months of recovery, Reagan created 8M.

So Obama will have the worst job record of any POTUS and also a Household income drop of 4.8% during the "recovery". For folks 25-34 the income drop is 8.9%, for African Americans....11%.

Sure don't want to distort the thread with any facts, sorry about that.
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Impressive....rolls eyes. Still the worst record of any POTUS.

Bush 2 and Reagan were dealt bad economic hands by the previous POTUS yet their job gains outpaced Obamas. W created 5M jobs in the first 30 months of recovery, Reagan created 8M.

So Obama will have the worst job record of any POTUS and also a Household income drop of 4.8% during the "recovery". For folks 25-34 the income drop is 8.9%, for African Americans....11%.

Sure don't want to distort the thread with any facts, sorry about that.
I'll bet money that after 8 years in office, Obama will easily surpass wherever Bush ended.

And how can you can you compare this recession with any recession since WWII? It was far deeper and more destructive than either Reagan's or Bush's. #applesandoranges

Did either Reagan or Bush lose 750K jobs their first month in office? Before one bill was passed?
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Its because you have no way of seperating the funds so federal money does go toward abortions. TX tried to correct this problem.
I deal with federal monies fairly regularly at work. I can tell you this, we're very strict about what is appropriated for X may NOT be used for Y. I'm not working on anything near as controversial as that -- but money is put in seperate pools that cannot be touched by other processes. Fairly strict record keeping behind all of those accounts. I don't have any direct knowledge of this particular situation, but there are ways of seperating funds established and enforced in other areas.
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:49 PM   #807
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While we're debunking myths and spins, President Obama is preferred by Catholics over Mitt Romney.


Pew poll: Obama opens up lead over Romney among Catholics – CNN Belief Blog - CNN.com Blogs
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More apples to apples comparison. Obama vs. Bush.

“The Bush record on employment through both terms is poor with net job losses, while under Obama, even though the recovery is helping, there remains a net job loss in the sector.”


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And the ever-important Nascar demographic prefers Obama.... that's a shock.

Obama leads Romney among NASCAR fans: Poll | The Ticket - Yahoo! News
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While we're debunking myths and spins, President Obama is preferred by Catholics over Mitt Romney.


Pew poll: Obama opens up lead over Romney among Catholics – CNN Belief Blog - CNN.com Blogs
Please keep believing that, Obama should just pull any funds or outreach to Catholics, he's got that vote locked.
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