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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminal Lance View Post
    As well as hepatitis cases.
    It's amazing what access to clean needles and the Hep-B vaccine will do for public health matters.

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  3. Cain. Wtf

    What in the name of god has this ******* ever done but run a pizza chain, and that is a long long damn way from running a country not to mention the most powerful one on earth. When the **** hits the fan what the hell is he gonna do offer em a slice of pizza my god people wake the f##k up

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    Quote Originally Posted by tflndn View Post
    What in the name of god has this ******* ever done but run a pizza chain, and that is a long long damn way from running a country not to mention the most powerful one on earth. When the **** hits the fan what the hell is he gonna do offer em a slice of pizza my god people wake the f##k up
    What exactly is a ******* or ****? Or is someone trying to get a word past the sites language filter in violation of forum rules?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tflndn View Post
    What in the name of god has this ******* ever done but run a pizza chain, and that is a long long damn way from running a country not to mention the most powerful one on earth. When the **** hits the fan what the hell is he gonna do offer em a slice of pizza my god people wake the f##k up
    If it wasn't for the "pizza" I'd think you were talking about Obama.
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    Over the years, one of my favorite places is The Patriot Post. Here is a link that gives a very good accounting of the Republican candidates:: The Patriot's 2012 GOP Candidate Ratings - Alexander's Essays - PatriotPost.US . Also, they have a great daily email called Founder's Quote Daily that I recommend you subscribe to as well as other newsletters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tflndn View Post
    What in the name of god has this ******* ever done but run a pizza chain, and that is a long long damn way from running a country not to mention the most powerful one on earth. When the **** hits the fan what the hell is he gonna do offer em a slice of pizza my god people wake the f##k up
    He did run a Pizza chain! Obama ran???????? At least Cain is not out to "fundamentally reform the United States!" except from the Socialist course set by Barry O!
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    Ron Paul / Michele Bachmann

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurtley View Post
    1. While I do know a few Democrats who consider themselves "socialists", including very pro-gun-rights ones, I am nowhere near a socialist, much less a communist. I am always amazed at people who claim that mainstream Democrats are communists. Have you forgotten what ACTUAL communism is already?

    2. Someone who is *SO* partisan that they see a political party label applied to someone and IMMEDIATELY dismiss their opinions is a frightening thing. On either side. I rebuke Democrat friends the same way who just see a name with an (R) after it has entered a political race, and immediately dismiss the person. Dismissing someone's views, their RIGHT to their views, solely because of their beliefs, is a very dangerous road to go down. That is the beginning of demonization, which is what leads to ACTUAL civil wars.
    I was in complete agreement with you Ed until you went from intellectual to partisan with the following:


    And while Andrew Breitbart may be happy for a real civil war to come, claiming that Republicans have "got the guns," he'll be in for a rude awakening if it actually happens - there are PLENTY of left-wingers with guns, too.
    Briebart is as far to the right as that wing-nut Ed 'what ever the heck his last name is' on MSNBC is to the left. Both need to be taken with a grain of salt and a good heaping load of 'check it out yourself' common sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tflndn View Post
    What in the name of god has this ******* ever done but run a pizza chain, and that is a long long damn way from running a country not to mention the most powerful one on earth. When the **** hits the fan what the hell is he gonna do offer em a slice of pizza my god people wake the f##k up
    The more Obama is in office the lower down the "powerful nation" totem pole we slide. How do you figure the US is "the most powerful nation on the earth" when our monetary system is owned by China, we are no longer a producing nation, we have become a consumer nation and more and more businesses are leaving to go to more friendly nations as our unemployment slides back toward the double digits.

    And all of this has happened since Obama got into office. Obama had zero government experience when he took the office of POTUS. He was a JUNIOR Senator for crying out loud. He vote "Present" more than any other Senator which means he dodged his responsibility to his constituents more than any other senator or he just didn't think it was necessary to take a stand on the issues.

    He co-authored a lot of legislation but introduced very little of his own. Sounds just like the way he's running the Office. He lets everyone around him make the decision. He leads by committee or from behind.

    And somehow you think an accomplished businessman could do worse? And notice... not a single cuss word used to get my point across.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurtley View Post
    So the big question is: If your preferred candidate makes it through the primary, they won't stand much chance in the primary.
    Your making the assumption here that the Republican candidate can't win the primary..why?

    So... Do you try to get someone you REALLY like, who will lose to someone you really DON'T like; or do you hold your nose and accept someone that can get elected but is "less bad" than the opposition candidate?
    I would wager a guess and say that this happens on both side of the fence. I have a feeling that this go-round will be exactly like that for me. I have my favorite but the media is not on his side so he gets sniped on a daily basis. So the decision may be to vote for someone that can the White House back into responsible hands. (Watch that get thrown back int my face!)

    Yes, I've felt that way for years... I wish we had either a functioning many-party system where the Libertarian, Green, Constitutional, etc, candidates all have a serious chance - and where politicians didn't have to choose "D" or "R" and pander to parts of each's "base" that they don't agree with; or a "no party" system with instant-runoff voting where all the candidates run in one single big election. But I'm also a proponent of 100% publicly-funded elections, with SMALL budgets, and NO outside money. The candidates get a set amount of money, based on what office they're going for, and that's it. All they have to do is get enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. If Jimmy "The Rent is Too Damn High" McMillan can get enough signatures to qualify for the presidential ballot, he would have the same amount of money at his disposal as if Warren Buffett decided to run.
    We discussed this concept in poly-sci and the general consensus was the field of candidates would become polluted with so many people on the ballots that our current voting method would not support the field.

    I agree that the OOPOTUS is something that can and is most often purchased by the favored party. He who has the best fund raising can post the most TV spots and get the most face time on the talking head shows and press their message to the most listeners.

    Our nation as a whole would be better off if the elections were not an issue of finances but unfortunately it.
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