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3 days ago.
by jaxspp
rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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normanlake

dickhead?!! Is that from your King James fantasy bible?

Posted 258 days ago.

normanlake

MY side is TRUTH, a subject you know little about. Keep repeating your same tired debunked narrative, and keep truth at bay, as usual.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

Your filthy side has roving bands of voters who go from poll to poll in buses voting all day long. Many vote absentee and locally in person. They present no proof whatsoever that they are even eligible.

So you have non-eligible voters voting straight democrat ticket all day long every election cycle. Republicans cannot win legitimately, because the field is illegitimate. They always have to have enough of a cushion to overcome the constant fraud from your sick side of socialist sycophants.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

Numbers are not like opinions. Numbers are exact. Finite. Not subject to interpretation, d1ckhead.

Posted 258 days ago.

normanlake

'Numbers', numbskull. You find 'numbers' to suit your sophomoronic take on the state of affairs in American politics. There is no 'there' there to coin a phrase.

Posted 258 days ago.

normanlake

39 years ago today Richard M. Nixon resigned in disgrace, one year after his Vice President, Spiro T. Agnew resigned also in disgrace. That was the high point for the Republican Party, which has rapidly declined from then on to the present day disgrace.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

All of the rest of the fraud cannot be detected because so many states allowed absolutely anyone to vote with no method whatsoever in place to either catch or prevent it. That's the field of play your side demands. Without cheating and fraud, your side would lose consistently.

Make fraud ridiculously easy and nearly impossible to detect or locate, then turn the commies loose on the polls! They have no consciences. They are group of God booing, God evicting, scumbags. So are you.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

Your side had people prosecuted for voting six times. That one person disenfranchised six other people. If that isn't fraud, what is? Your side broke election laws all over the place and several have had charges filed against them, including those in authority. And you have the audacity to use the word "facts".

A fact is whatever your side says it is. To non-commie crooks, those facts are simply lies. That is all your side has.

Oh, they also have you, which in addition to their lies, is nothing.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

I didn't "interpret" anything Normanchild, I simply looked at the resulting numbers. They are impossible. Do you understand impossible? No, because you're impossibly stupid.

Posted 258 days ago.

normanlake

WTF does Matt Damon have to do with anything? He is an actor for chrissakes. Costco! Forget the silly fables, you are NOT Aesop. (A SAP is more like it)

Posted 258 days ago.

normanlake

Amos, we know the man has a tentative grip on reality. If the facts do not fit, he simply rearranges the facts to project his limited intellect. Fraud? Yes, his false reasoning ability is akin to fraud in that shrill fails to understand FACTS. Romney NEVER had a chance at the Presidency, he was a bad choice among bad choices. Yet, with a small mind he interprets a landslide loss into 'voter fraud'. Pathetic.

Posted 258 days ago.

amos57usa

The republicans are really bad loosers. It's back to birtherism.

Santorum always looks like he is going to cry through his fake grimace. Once the far right christians took over McCain and Romney they were very uncomfortable too.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

You know, slander and lies. That which continually occupies the left's quiver.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

So your side's argument isn't about the inability to get ID's. It's all about the ability to commit fraud.

Your party is composed of immoral, cheating, lying, obfuscating, piles of pus. That must be why you feel so comfortable there. My party (for lack of any viable other) is not nearly conservative eneough IMO. They are weak and afraid of a one-sided press...in magazines, newpapers, and network news. They have to swim straight up waterfalls daily to get anything sold. They can't get good press unless they do exactly what the democrats want to do. Is that fair? I know, fair be d*amned. your side would never win in a fair environment. never, ever, ever.

Before the Presidential election you said Romney was a democrat and you wouldn't mind if he won. As the election commenced he all of a sudden morphed into a cross between a Robber Baron, Beelzebub, a Rabid Cannibal and Ted Bundy. What changed? Nothing. You simply slipped into propaganda mode.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

So, the 538 poll you cite, the one from the NYT. Are you saying they didn't think there'd be any fraud? They were counting on fraud themselves as entrenched democrats. People have been prosecuted for that fraud. The numbers are impossible without fraud. When in so many precincts there were more voters than there were people, uh, something might be amiss.

How many states did not require ID's to vote? How many states do not require ID's to buy a 24 oz Schlitz Malt Liquor? Several regarding the former, zero regarding the latter. And what's the first thing a Police Officer asks for when he pulls you over? Does he ask to see your Schlitz Malt Liquor, or does he ask to see your DL and registration? Uh huh.

Please tell us what it is about ID's that make them so difficult to get? Is anyone so poor or so black that they can't even get food stamps? Nope. Yet one needs that same impossible to come by ID to get those, right? Right.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

So, you want to lay the infant mortality rate at the feet of Republicans? Explain. The infant mortality rates of black and Hispanic folks is much higher than that of all the rest too. How come? Republicans?

Wasn't it Reagan that signed a law ordering all hospitals to accept patients regardless of their health insurance or lack thereof? Yep. Haven't poor people been eligible and receiving Medicaid coverage for decades? Yep. So, what's your point? Where's your point? Is it in it's usual spot? Yep. There it is, teetering precariously atop that shoulder-mounted vacuum you use for a head.

Now that you've sopped up all that water on your brain, right before throwing in that ultra-absorbent towel, feel free to measure the internal pressure of your noggin. You'll find it's right at 29.9 inches Hg and should be imploding shortly. You'd best Puff it up a bit. Go see HuffPo. They'll tell you plainly, Don't be a vacuum head, be an airhead instead.

Posted 258 days ago.

Yay! We're 29! We're 29! I was going by U.N. numbers, but 29 is much better than 34. Republicans set the bar low and never fail to trip over it. I would attempt to explain the correlation between good health care and infant mortality rate to RS, but some causes you know are hopeless. RS defends the US infant mortality rate, so what's the point?

Posted 258 days ago.

If Romney had ever been ahead in the polls, I would agree. Let's think this through logically. RS, do the best you can. If a candidate is ahead all the way then loses on election day, there might be fraud. If a candidate is behind all the way and loses on election day, he's a loser. At no point did Romney ever have 271 electoral votes in any poll. fivethirtyeight(dot)com never had Romney winning, and as you know, it was lauded on election night as being the most accurate predictor of the outcome. But if you are a slave to conspiracy theories of many kinds as RS is (election fraud, birther, communists everywhere, gay agendas, etc), somehow millions of votes were able to slip through and Obama won.

Posted 258 days ago.

rshill7

Graduating imbeciles ain't a Republican thing, it's a Democrat thing. Conservatives, including real Republicans (not RINO's) would like school choice. Democrats want Unions to have a monopoly on them.

Democrat "elites" seem to opt for private schools (Matt "hypocrite" Damon included)...oh not for your kids though, for theirs only. That way they can keep prostituting for teacher unions in exchange for campaign cash, laundered from union dues, and your kids won't be able to compete with theirs. How evil is that?

Do they "feel your pain"? No, they cause it.

Posted 259 days ago.

rshill7

WebMD says we are number 29 in infant mortality, not 34.

However, in abortions, there are only three countries in the world that have more abortions per year than the US. Those countries are China, Russia, and Vietnam. We have over 1.3 million abortions per year. I call that repetitive genocide, year after year after year.

Perhaps if we didn't live in such a culture of death and rampant stupidity, the infant mortality rate would dramatically improve too. We are graduating imbeciles in this country, who can't even take care of themselves, much less their unborn babies.

Posted 259 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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