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Old 11-07-2012, 08:06 PM   #136
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Linda McMahon...spent 97 million and got nothing but the loathing of both Dems and Republicans. Character matters and she has none.
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:13 PM   #137
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Porn will be moving out of LA. Without a doubt.
By the end of the century California will have a rule for everything.
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:46 PM   #138
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With 46 million people on food stamps Obama only needed another 20 million votes.

The irony about welfare is that it's the GOP that constantly bitch about welfare, yet it's the RED states that actually consume the majority of it. Seems the liberals give out more yet aren't the ones bitching about it.






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Old 11-08-2012, 06:20 AM   #139
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I wanted to find out how brian banks the footballer was doing in the ufl. Ended up hearing about this dude:

Ex-convict Brian Banks wins Michigan state representative seat on Election Day | The Daily Caller
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The irony about Welfare and First's post is that both parties secretly like it. It's stimulus by another name. Much better for the economy if people are spending money and looking for employment, than just looking for employment or sitting on their broke asses all day.
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That chart is 1. From 2004 and 2. Is about all federal spending.
yeah its slanted. you gotta look up actual welfare case work to get who is actually receiving help. California is something like 4 times everybody else. New York and Texas i think round out the top 3.
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Not Quiet, we broke ground on our house today and I just got in front of a computer. Congrates to Obama. Enjoy the win.

Congrats on the milestone for your house. Hope it turns out well.
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Old 11-08-2012, 10:23 AM   #143
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With 46 million people on food stamps Obama only needed another 20 million votes.
Again, I think you and AW are looking at this the same way the GOP is; incorrectly. Unless this mindset changes, the Republicans will not be competitive for years to come.

This was the GOPs election to lose. Almost 8 percent unemployment, low approval ratings and a sluggish economy. Yet Mitt still lost. Why? Women, Latinos and the younger population (black vote didn't change from 08). The GOP has alienated these groups of people with their far right social beliefs and immigration policy. For the latter, Republicans support self deportation, voter id laws, illegal (racist) vehicle stops. Why would any of these groups vote for Romney?

Look, keep on making the excuses about welfare and food stamps. I hope you do, because as even Michael Steele said, the Republicans will lose generations of a growing population. The GOP will just become the OP. And I don't mean Original Playa.
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You do know that was what Romney said over and over again. Just shows that the Dem. advertising worked.
You mean the ads where Romney himself is saying and I quote"I will overturn Roe V Wade, and I will get rid of Planned Parenthood"end quote...you mean those ads?
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You mean the ads where Romney himself is saying and I quote"I will overturn Roe V Wade, and I will get rid of Planned Parenthood"end quote...you mean those ads?
Well Planned Parenthood and PBS are huge drains on our budget. Makes more sense to cut that instead of something tiny like the defense budget. Didn't you know that?
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Well Planned Parenthood and PBS are huge drains on our budget. Makes more sense to cut that instead of something tiny like the defense budget. Didn't you know that?
As someone who has no insurance and gets no benefits at work, Planned Parenthood is my everything. I'm glad I get to see it for at least another 4 years.
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Again, I think you and AW are looking at this the same way the GOP is; incorrectly. Unless this mindset changes, the Republicans will not be competitive for years to come.

This was the GOPs election to lose. Almost 8 percent unemployment, low approval ratings and a sluggish economy. Yet Mitt still lost. Why? Women, Latinos and the younger population (black vote didn't change from 08). The GOP has alienated these groups of people with their far right social beliefs and immigration policy. For the latter, Republicans support self deportation, voter id laws, illegal (racist) vehicle stops. Why would any of these groups vote for Romney?

Look, keep on making the excuses about welfare and food stamps. I hope you do, because as even Michael Steele said, the Republicans will lose generations of a growing population. The GOP will just become the OP. And I don't mean Original Playa.
Oh you are right.... a big part of the younger generations are huge bleeding hearts. Its like some quasi rebooted hippy version movement from the 60's.
You wont be able to recognize this country in 20 years, I barely recognize it now. Bleeding hearts will win.....America will lose, well until the name is changed to the United Porous Borders of North Mexico.
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Oh you are right.... a big part of the younger generations are huge bleeding hearts. Its like some quasi rebooted hippy version movement from the 60's.
You wont be able to recognize this country in 20 years, I barely recognize it now. Bleeding hearts will win.....America will lose, well until the name is changed to the United Porous Borders of North Mexico.
Dont confuse you and your ideology losing with America losing. Change and progress take time to get use to so take your time but not too long.

....now give me stuff!
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Dont confuse you and your ideology losing with America losing. Change and progress take time to get use to so take your time but not too long.

....now give me stuff!
My generation is not the one that is confused.
And we are not making progress, exactly the opposite.
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Old 11-08-2012, 12:28 PM   #150
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As someone who has no insurance and gets no benefits at work, Planned Parenthood is my everything. I'm glad I get to see it for at least another 4 years.
I was being sarcastic. I completely agree with you.
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