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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
so is... Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...the Other Guy from Camp Perry, Romney or Obama? What's the diff? Cain is unfit for the presidency in every regard. It doesn't matter who points that out. It's telling, though, that even the wingnuts are seeing through Cain's schtick.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Yucky24. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is symbolic of what the Left wants to do to > Western Civilization in general. No, it is not.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
"The Troll Force is strong in this one". WhiteFather Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > One of the biggest reasons is the damn culture > glorifying the gangster mentality and acting like > a fool to a nauseating rap "song". Why would our > daughters be attracted to the least common > denominator in society? Because he goes overboard > paying att
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Cain is a political/media novelty, like Palin, rather than a serious candidate like President Obama was in 2008. Like Palin, Cain wants to remain in the public eye for the money. Selling books, earning speaking fees, etc. It’s all about personal enrichment. Cain, like Palin, hopes to parlay the current media exposure he enjoys into lucrative money-making opportunities – for Herman Cain. Tha
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Eyes of the Weasel Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > Do you watch Ed Schultz - that guy > lives in Obama delusion-ville central. That loudmouthed buffoon gives me a headache, so no, I don't watch him. I can't stand listening to/watching Rev. Al, either. I do watch Rachel Ma
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am still waiting for the link where it says > Bachmann's staff was making this claim. Ask watergated. It's not my assertion.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > As opposed to "sources" unnamed that curiously > surface when it is clear Cain is in the lead. I don’t know the motives of these women and neither do you. > Please, you are about as deluded as they come - > drinking from the Obama/MSM koolaid dispenser. Do > you watch Ed Schultz - that guy lives in
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The only reason you see much in the way of > critical reporting on Obama now is that some of > Hill and Bill's old pals have finally had enough > of him and they are starting to get critical. > The proof is out there every day they refuse to > cover stories that ARE stories critical of Obama's >
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
"Republicans favor tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations, but these had no stimulative effect during the George W. Bush administration, and there is no reason to believe that more of them will have any today," writes Bruce Bartlett. He's an economist who worked for Republican congressmen and in the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. As for the idea that cutting
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I just want to know where all the critical > reporting was of the associations Obama had with > William Ayers (which still have yet to make it to > the MSM after all these years). I mean come on, > these folks planted bombs in Federal government > buildings and killed people - but yeah, Ayers is a
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This is just the current MSM "Clarence Thomas" > moment for the uppity black man. Whatever it takes, RV. This is politics, not a cotillion.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
sleepy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What is truly telling is the Democrats support for > a candidate that has been a complete failure when > it comes to the economy. President Obama will win re-election - narrowly - thanks to a steadily improving economy, successive foreign policy successes, and a milquetoast Repug. candidate virtually indistinguishab
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
HawkI Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All seats in the General Assembly are up for > election, including all the Senate seats (40 > seats). There are a lot more than 3 republicans > that are seeking reelection. The numbers in the > article refers to the numbers of contested races. > The democrats are only challenging incumbent > republicans
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
sleepy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Bochedman Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > I still can't figure out how she be became the > > leading republican candidate. Goes to show how > > weak the GOP candidates are. > > In which poll is she the leading candidate? Any way you slice it, Bachmann
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
HawkI Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It isn't my analysis, it's the writer of the story > in the Examiner. The ‘your analysis’ part is your assertion that; “ I think the point of the article is that resources that could have been used to make other races competitive are having to be diverted to protect the democrats base districts in NoVa.” I’m saying is
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Hawk1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think the point of the article is that resources > that could have been used to make other races > competitive are having to be diverted to protect > the democrats base districts in NoVa. George Barker & Dave Marsden don't represent "democrat's base districts". If you think Western Fairfax & PWC are Dem
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Watergated Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So now Cain is accused of sexual misconduct by > Bachmanns new campaign staff. Nice! Witness the GOP field eating itself. Truly, Ronald Wilson Reagan's ideals died with him.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Yucky24. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What a bunch of typical Old, Dead, Sexist, Racist, > Imperialist, Right-Wing, Whites... An apt description indeed of the Repug. presidential contenders.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
"Those are competitive districts. Fairfax County is a swing district and those are expensive places to run campaigns," Democratic Party spokesman Brian Coy said. "We're taking nothing for granted." Hardly "pinned down", just smarter than your average Repug.
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Bill.N. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Macky has a real bee in his bonnet about Dodd & > Frank. Neither of these guys are among my > favorites. Perhaps if I had spent more time in a > Wall Street type environment I might look at > things similarly to how Dodd does. I hope not. Bill, Senator Dodd never worked in a "Wall Street type environm
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Ellipsis Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Debt is about to approach 100% of GDP. So what? 77% of US obligations are owed to US citizens or institutions. How does debt it matter? > Joblessness is understated; shadowstats reports > 22% using the pre-1994 methods that legislated > long-term discouraged workers out of existence, > and the BLS' own U6
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Ellipsis Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I can prime the pump, kick the can, and fudge > numbers all day; does not change the fact that > this country's people are fucked. You can't do dick. You're a powerless toad posting anonymously on a tinny-tiny message board. Decision makers in this country don’t know you exist and could not care less that you do
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
mcsmack Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Frank/Dodd were the main players in causing TARP. You're either a liar or an idiot, Smacky. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, AKA TARP, was proposed and driven through Congress by the Bush administration, chiefly Hank Paulson. > Dodd knows this and effectively resigned by not > running for office
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm sorry, you indicated they had been successful > in some way - explain/demonstrate what their > "success" is or otherwise STFU. Because it appears > more likely you don't have a fucking clue other > than just another laz-a-bout who thinks stinking > up public parks is a great way to pass the day
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How is that? I don't see any of these banks > changing policies. Nor do I see lawmakers changing > their tune. I see the big labor unions and some > groups that amount to anarchists camping out in > the streets. If that is success I ain't buyin > any. > > But you think what you will. It's b
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Registered Voter Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It is just fascinating that they are one of the > groups behind the occupy movement. Last I heard, > banks and other Wall St firms hire Democrats as > well as Republicans, and probably a lot of > independents. How do you think that is going over, > walking through and past piles of debris and shit
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
I have to ask, RV: Are you surprised in any way that these former ACORN folk did not simply disappear? They've reconstituted themselves and will continue to do their thing, community organizing. Really, just what did you expect?
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
1. Consumer spending drives the economy. 2. Unemployed folks don't have money to spend. 3. There are myriad potential infrastructure projects (e.g.; road, bridge & tunnel construction/deferred maintenance, airports, public buildings, etc.) on which unemployed folks could be put to work. As President, I would propose a series of works programs (a-la the Works Progress Administration, Civilia
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
Consider all of the jobs Wilbur 'created' as a partner @ Bain Capital. Here's a textbook example: http://www.massresistance.org/romney/ampad_062607/index.html
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12 years ago
Eyes of the Weasel
sumguy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Say what you want the media was ringing the bell > long before it started. So the canary-in-the-coal-mine caused the explosion? Whatever you say, Sport. > Maybe you should pay attention to the past. Take your own advice. Read up on what was being reported by the 'media' about US economic conditions 2004 - 2008 r
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