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    Quote Originally Posted by donethat View Post
    I never said the voting fraud would change the outcome, just that the so called “Mandate” would be less. When St. Lucie County Fl. has approx. 175,000 registered voters and you have a ballot count of approx. 250,000, something starts to smell.


    Must be that new math.

    No fraud there.
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    We can see Obama has started off with abang by closing 1.6 million acresof federal land to oil and gas development right after the lection and is on his way to encating over 6,000..... yes 6,000 new regulations.

    So much for the oil/gas and business friendly president.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    We can see Obama has started off with abang by closing 1.6 million acresof federal land to oil and gas development right after the lection and is on his way to encating over 6,000..... yes 6,000 new regulations.

    So much for the oil/gas and business friendly president.
    Yet the US is on track to the be world's leading oil producer in the next eight years.

    Your point is as usual....idiotic.

    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    Must be that new math.

    No fraud there.
    Once again you reveal your Megamind powers of intellectual laziness. There was not 141% turnout in St. Lucie, FL. The count comes from the way their ballots are cast. Each ballot contains two cards. So each ballot cast includes two cards.

    It is the numbnuts of the world who didn't bother to research this process. If they had, they would have realized that turnout was half that amount. As usual it is the stupid and idiotic amongst us who believe such BS.

    Run along Bobby. This game is for grownups. It's sad the taxpayers of Bossier Parish are forced to pay for such a pathetic soul.
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    Hey SC and other Dems/Libs,

    Had some computer issues and was unable to respond for quite a while. It pains me to say it, but congratulations on the election. Not what I wanted, but I hope the President can move the country forward.

    If you are up for more discussion about this stuff, let me know.

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    I'm sure other posters will tell you I am always up for discussion.
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    Sorry Moonbat. Better luck next time.

    Electoral College Affirms Obama's Win
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    Here you go Moonbat.

    Obama officially begins his second term with oath

    Thankfully the words "President Mitt Romney" will never be spoken in my lifetime.
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    Four more years.



    A great day to be an American.

    I'm going to enjoy watching Fox News for the next four years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    I'm sure other posters will tell you I am always up for discussion.
    Again, sorry it took so long to respond. Cookies (something before now I thought were just something good to eat) on my computer were preventing me from signing in.

    A few questions:
    Do you support legal prostitution such as in areas of Nevada?
    Do you personally believe there was a war on women?
    Given their history, other than great propaganda, how are Democrats the party of black people?

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    A wonderful State of the Union confirming that we are going to try to suck even more revenue from the rich and decrease jobs in the lower-paying sectors by increasing the minimum wage.

    And we continue down the "Highway to Hell" .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    A wonderful State of the Union confirming that we are going to try to suck even more revenue from the rich and decrease jobs in the lower-paying sectors by increasing the minimum wage.

    And we continue down the "Highway to Hell" .....
    Speak for yourself. The economy is starting to get better.

    Jobless Claims Drop to 341K

    Now I know all that high falutin' writing doesn't always make itself to the sleepy little burgs in Bossier Parish. But here is why that number is important.

    When jobless claims fall below the 400,000 threshold, that is considered evidence of an improving jobs landscape, and when the number drops below 370,000, it suggests jobs are being created rather quickly. The US has been below the 370,000 threshold eight of the last 10 weeks.

    So if we're on a "highway to hell," it's one great ride for some of us. It really sounds like you must have missed out on the opportunity to cash in on it. Might be because you were too busy ranting about taxes while living off the taxpayer. I sure hope you're not posting from a work supplied computer while on the clock. There have been some very high profile cases where public employees have been terminated for doing that. And then you'd probably hate the government even more when you have to apply for Food Stamps and unemployment benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer534 View Post
    Again, sorry it took so long to respond. Cookies (something before now I thought were just something good to eat) on my computer were preventing me from signing in.

    A few questions:
    Do you support legal prostitution such as in areas of Nevada?
    Do you personally believe there was a war on women?
    Given their history, other than great propaganda, how are Democrats the party of black people?
    I'm more interested in fiscal policy than social issues.

    Given their voting patterns, the majorities of women and African Americans believe their contemporary concerns are being better addressed by the democratic party.

    Historical actions are only relevant if one believes groups never change their policy positions.

    Heck, at one time the GOP supported very high marginal tax rates (90%) on the top 1% and they supported organized labor. It was during that era the US was the dominant military, manufacturing, and political force in the world. Now they don't support either issue and the US has become a debtor nation and is watching its middle class fade away.
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    Biggest voting mistake I ever made. I knew going in I should have voted third party. If things don't change damn soon with the so called "Main stream" political parties I see a surge heading for the Libertarians.
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    I have no problem stating that I voted for Obama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    I have no problem stating that I voted for Obama.
    You, and a lot of other low information voters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donethat View Post
    You, and a lot of other low information voters!
    He's done nothing that hasn't been done or proposed by conservatives in the past. What was once considered good policy by conservatives is now being labeled as socialism. Given the current standards that conservatives use to define socialism, Bush II was a socialist, Reagan, and Eisenhower would now be considered communists.

    It's been fun watching conservatives come unglued when he has made proposals of things they supported in the past.

    Romney's proposals were the exact same policies that have gotten us from being the world's preeminent manufacturing, political, and military power to being one of a debtor nation that is systematically destroying the heart and sole of a nation's economy. That being the middle class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    I'm more interested in fiscal policy than social issues.
    A convenient debate policy considering every time someone brings up issues with the Obama economy and the fact that it is limping along on life support thanks to his policies, you state that everything is Bush's fault. After how much time will things be his fault? You state you laugh at the Republicans who didn't say anything when Bush was spending to beat the band. I have stated repeatedly that Republicans were wrong to spend like that. When will you decry Obama for doing the same?

    As for social issues, they often translate into fiscal problems. If you dont think entitlement is both a huge fiscal and social problem, then please reexamine the current state of our economy. Our entitlement culture is directly leading to generations of people who do not take responsibility for themselves.

    By the way, yes Republicans had no problem with unions. They dont now. They have issues with government and unions allying together such as in government employee unions and right to work laws. The same problems Liberal God, FDR, had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer534 View Post
    A convenient debate policy considering every time someone brings up issues with the Obama economy and the fact that it is limping along on life support thanks to his policies, you state that everything is Bush's fault. After how much time will things be his fault? You state you laugh at the Republicans who didn't say anything when Bush was spending to beat the band. I have stated repeatedly that Republicans were wrong to spend like that. When will you decry Obama for doing the same?
    I would say Obama should be able to blame Bush for the same length of time Bush was blaming Clinton for the fiscal issues during Bush's Administration. The last one I can find is Jul., 2008. So by that logic Obama should be able to blame Bush till July, 2016.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer534 View Post
    As for social issues, they often translate into fiscal problems. If you dont think entitlement is both a huge fiscal and social problem, then please reexamine the current state of our economy. Our entitlement culture is directly leading to generations of people who do not take responsibility for themselves.
    I would be willing to agree with you were it not for the fact that it wasn't that long ago the federal budget was balanced. So called "fiscal conservatives" were elected and immediately cut revenues and boosted spending with debt financing. I would have no problem returning to the taxation structure in place before Bush took office.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer534 View Post
    By the way, yes Republicans had no problem with unions. They dont now. They have issues with government and unions allying together such as in government employee unions and right to work laws. The same problems Liberal God, FDR, had.
    Actually FDR didn't have problems with public employee unions. That is yet another piece of mythology put forth by conservatives via a parsed letter written to a federal employee union that was meeting for its annual convention.
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