Archive for Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Romney claim

January 10, 2012


To the editor:

Not only is Mitt Romney’s accusation that President Obama is practicing “crony capitalism” ludicrous; it is really frightening. OMG. Romney is accusing the president of being a Republican.


Armstrong 6 years, 1 month ago

The final opinion will be very clear in November. Save your proof for whoever you think will buy it.

jayhawkinsf 6 years, 1 month ago

In November, the answer may well be interpreted as "none of the above" as I strongly suspect that more eligible voters will stay home than will cast votes for any one candidate.

jayhawkinsf 6 years, 1 month ago

I'm willing to bet a heartfelt apology in this forum that the number of eligible voters that choose not to vote exceeds the numbers of actual votes cast for the Democrat. Deal?

jhawkinsf 6 years, 1 month ago

I'll take the over. And if the line is 60%, I'll take the under. You can have everything from 0%-50% and anything above 60%.

JustNoticed 6 years, 1 month ago

Maybe Jack is a one-year-old dog. Then he'd be like eight years old.

Liberty275 6 years, 1 month ago

I always thought 7 dog years equaled one human year.

JohnBrown 6 years, 1 month ago

The only reason O'Bama hasn't fixed the economy is because the Republicans have opposed him all the way. Sen. McConnell said in 2009 their top priority was to see O'Bama be a 1-term president. To accomplish that the Republicans have refused to pass legislation that would help the economy, because a recovering economy in 2012 would seriously harm the Republican's top goal: gaining more power. The economy is almost right where the Republicans want it (actually they would like it to a little worse). Now all they have to do is figure a way to blame it on O'Bama.

The Republicans, in the past 12 years have done more to harm America, and Americans, than Osama Bin Laden ever did.

Armstrong 6 years, 1 month ago

Memory lapse alert ! Who had control of both the house and senate at beginning of O's term. DEMOCRATS. Who failed to pass a budget, DEMOCRATS. Who racked up an additional $ 11 Trillion in debt, DEMOCRATS. So tell me agian how the R's are standing in the way of "progress".

Jeff Zamrzla 6 years, 1 month ago

um, it started in 2007, you can't just make up stuff and make it true, not even if your faux nues

beatrice 6 years, 1 month ago

Armstrong, you are still not correct about how much debt has been added under Obama. Why repeat something you know is not correct? He has not added $11 trillion to the debt. This fact has already been clarified for you, so your repeating it makes it a lie. Please stop lying.

Armstrong 6 years, 1 month ago

And you still have not given me your version of the numbers or a source. Maybe we should ask It's Just Math ?

jafs 6 years, 1 month ago

Yes she has, at least once.

And, so has vertigo.

jafs 6 years, 1 month ago

How many times does she have to do it before you read it?

Armstrong 6 years, 1 month ago

I'm going with the numbers It's_Just_ Math came up with since the peanut gallery hasn't got an answer.

beatrice 6 years, 1 month ago

This is where I provided the numbers last time you gave false information. It was $10.6 when Obama took office. If you repeat what you just wrote, that will make you a liar. Congrats if that is the game you are playing and what you are aiming for.

beatrice 6 years, 1 month ago

Obama is so getting re-elected, no matter what the really angry people have to say about it. They live for their anger, so it will keep them going for another four years.

Flap Doodle 6 years, 1 month ago

Speaking of money and the current regime: "...ABC News reports the latest legal development for former Democrat senator, former Democrat governor, Obama Administration economic guru, and top Obama money man Jon Corzine: Montana farmers have filed a class action suit against former New Jersey governor Jon Corzine, charging that the failed financial firm run by Corzine stole millions from their accounts to pay off its spiraling debts, and that Corzine's "single-minded obsession" with making MF Global a big player on Wall Street led to the firm's collapse. MF Global's clients included 38,000 wheat farmers, cattle ranchers and others who "hedged" their crop prices by placing millions in MF Global accounts. Those accounts were supposed to be "segregated and secure," according to the federal suit, meaning MF Global could not draw on those funds...."

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