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Who do you think won the final presidential debate?

Response Percent Votes
President Barack Obama
58% 557
Republican nominee Mitt Romney
33% 318
8% 82
Total 957


tange 1 year, 5 months ago

/ oww, poah wittle mittens womney

And, BTW... have you ever seen the face of a child who's actually eaten the red crayon?
Rumor has it that it's soon the become the Official Kansas Facial Expression!


bearded_gnome 1 year, 5 months ago

LJW's leftist editorial bias is showing:

Mitt's identified in the poll as 'republican' but Barack Millhouse Nixon is not. hmmm.

in a poll it was found that after last night's debate that far more people were less likely to vote for Obama than for Mitt. Obama's bad behavior turned a lot of people off.

both he and jawbone joe biden acted like bullies while their administration supposedly is fighting bullying in the schools. hmmm.


tange 1 year, 5 months ago

The developmental stage at which most Kansas voters fixated...

Mmm... cherry

Mmm... cherry by tange


blindrabbit 1 year, 5 months ago

BABBOY: Kansas used to have 7 votes and actually 8 at one time, but now only 6. Shows the irrevelence of the State in terms of national politics. It appears that the Electoral College may be the deciding factor in this election regardless of the popular vote outcome. In Kansas, really no one's vote really counts in the Presidental Election, Democrat votes are lost in the GOP landslide, and the same issue if you a a GOP voter, your vote is lost because of the same reason. This year, it appears that an individual's vote really counts only in the 7 or 8 swing states, the rest of the States are a foregone conclusion. If the old tenant of "One Individual, One Vote" really means something, the Electoral College concept is fraudulent. Two more equitable solutions would be (1) requiring the individual States to vote in the Electoral College by assigining votes based on proportionality or better yet (2) do away with the Electoral College and utilize the National Popular Vote to determine the winner.


SageonPage 1 year, 5 months ago

Are you high? What the flip that mean? I argue for living. Big words don't work. Get that dude. -Babboy. Our 'objective' Monitor approves of this message in which babboy asks another poster if they're high, however, when I post in agreement with another poster that babboy's 'issues' are not from the use of caffeine but other stimulants, the Monitor gets their panties in a bind and deletes my comment. Mmmm.. this is completely illogical. Stop protecting posters on this thread whom you think need help. Monitor be objective or stay out of the way, you're screwing up communication and proving that liberals from the UDK are taking sides in discourse at LJW. Which of your UDK professors taught you that one?


BABBOY 1 year, 5 months ago

None of this matters in Kansas.

Ya know, Kansas will vote red. It is an Electoral College. Ironic in a country that claims to be democratic that we use such a system to elect our President.

So, if you are one of the few liberals in Kansas that want to vote for reason, your vote is meaningless.

Hey, before you jerk conservatives whoop it up to much, Kansas has no say cause it has votes are like 7 (I think)).

So, in states like New York, where the liberals outnumber the fascist conservatives by the same margin, you guys get screwed because there is 31 votes (I think)

I think the electoral system gets the Big O elected....

Which is funny.


Agnostick 1 year, 5 months ago

"On the key question of whether Mitt Romney recommended government help to 'go through bankruptcy,' Mitt Romney is wrong. In his op-ed, he only referenced post-bankruptcy loan guarantees:

"The federal government should provide guarantees for post-bankruptcy financing and assure car buyers that their warranties are not at risk.

"That’s A) not the same thing as a loan, and B) not helping them 'through bankruptcy.' Without bridge loans from the government, there was no private capital available at the time to get them through bankruptcy, and even those commies at The Economist agree there would have been some liquidation. Romney’s plan was, essentially, to let the car companies crash hard enough to kill off retiree benefits and decent-paying jobs, then let some private financiers, with government guarantees, waltz in and buy the bones on the cheap."


Original "New York Times" editorial from 2008:


bd 1 year, 5 months ago

game over!

tea anyone???


Steven Gaudreau 1 year, 5 months ago

CNN fact check: Obama lied about the opt-Ed NYT piece about Romney and his Detroit statement. So for all the demos who claim Romney is a liar, we now know that both men are liars.


SageonPage 1 year, 5 months ago

Yep and the funny thing is he thinks people actually read his pap and their lives are changed forever...LOL! At least it keeps him off the streets and we don't have to watch him holding a sign 'Honk for Hemp'...


Richard Heckler 1 year, 5 months ago

--- "Mitt Romney Made Millions from the Rescue of Detroit" as 25,000 GM jobs went to China

--- " Investigative reports reveal how Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made some $15 million on the auto bailout and that three of Romney’s top donors made more than $4 billion for their hedge funds from the bailout.

--- As part of a massive government bailout, U.S. taxpayers paid $12 billion to save auto parts maker Delphi Corporation. Out of that taxpayer money, three billionaires and their partners took in a profit of over $4 billion. One big winner, with a profit of over 4,000 percent, were the billionaires’ silent partners, Ann and Mitt Romney. The Romneys made at least $15 million, and as much as $115 million.

--- Our investigation began in Africa in the Congo. This is Greg Palast reporting. We are hunting for a vulture, a so-called vulture fund financier, this man, Paul Singer. Singer’s vulture fund seized $90 million out of foreign aid given the Congo, which could have been used to end a cholera epidemic. Singer’s vulture tactics are now outlawed in England and all over the world, but not in the U.S.A., certainly not here in Detroit, where we found Singer’s vulture fund feasting on the corpse of another victim, the once-world-leading Delco auto parts division of General Motors.

--- DELCO AD: Power that can’t get old before it’s sold. Delco dry charge battery, made by the Delco-Remy Division of General Motors.

--- So far, Romney and partners have pocketed over $4 billion. Then the billionaires gave Romney a million dollars each for the Republican campaigns. Nevertheless, Romney accused Obama of conflicts.

--- Documents reveal that a government bailout check was in fact cashed by none other than Ann Romney. It says that Ann Romney had a hunk of Mitt’s vast fortune in Elliott Management, Paul Elliott Singer’s vulture fund. Working our way between the limousines in front of his office, we wanted to ask Mr. Singer about his special financial deal with the Romneys. But he turned us down. The Romney campaign refuses to tell us exactly how much they made from the bailout, nor reveal their 2009 taxes.

--- ANN ROMNEY: We’ve given all you people need to know and understand about our financial situation and about how we live our life.

--- To cover up their payday and avoid taxes, the vulture funds have moved the headquarters of Delphi from Michigan to Jersey—not New Jersey, but the Isle of Jersey off the coast of France, a notorious tax haven.

--- Governor Romney wrote, "Let Detroit go bankrupt." And it did. Of the 25,000 UAW members at Delphi, every single one lost their job. Delphi once had 29 factories in the U.S., now just one. Today, GM still gets its parts from Delphi, shipped from the plants that the Romney hedge funds have moved to the People’s Republic of China.

-- Continued and is juicy.


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