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    Quote Originally Posted by Grognard Gunny View Post
    Given the title of this thread.... never assume for a minute that the "voters" have "learned their lesson" by exposure to His Majestic Obyssmalness for the past three years, fraught with error, economic stagnation and certain incidents of "Chicago" Politics that should, all things considered, leave a bad taste in the mouths of observant and analytical observers.

    But, like corrupt political systems everywhere..... as long as I get my "bones" thrown at me, the corrupt can do pretty much as they please.

    Ignorance can be corrected, given proper instruction. Stupid goes all the way to the bone. Incorrectable! Intolerable. But there it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Shumway View Post
    IMO "America" WILL vote enmass, with a record total votes cast. Sure even though many from middle America have thrown up their hands and said, WTH, just like they did the last 2 elections. Since 96% of the Republicans would be "business as usual".... (Ron Paul doesn't have a chance).... Whatever the outcome of the presidential election we can expect more of the same schtuff. I thoroughly expect a "perot victory": getting 0 re-elected with less than 45% of the popular vote. You know... just like perot got Bill elected. BOHICA

    Romney is a socialist: RINO
    Gordon: I just read on "Personal Liberty Alerts" an article by Chip Wood which said that Democratic leaders have stated that Obama should withdraw from the 2012 race not only to save the Democratic Party but his most important accomplishments. They stated he should step aside for the one candidate who would become, by acclamation, the nominee for the Democratic Party, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. I can't think of anything more frightening than that but the Republican Party is playing right into their hands. It is time to weed out the most unlikely Republicans to win the nomination and concentrate on the one who is the most viable and could beat Clinton. It is time for some of those people to get out of the way. If Clinton were to be elected, I feel we would lose more of our individual liberties and become more tied to the UN. The biggest difference in Obama and Clinton, she has cajones where he doesn't. Seems like we are going to get shafted either way around.

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    Years ago Bill made Hillary stop wearing skirts and switch to pants suits because her cojones always showed when she sat down. ONLY credit I give her is at least she has a set.

    As for the rest of the post, smoke-mirrors-and distractions. MaoBama will never step aside. His ego would not stand for it and and his butt ugly wife won't let him. ( She's too worried she'll have to return back to the John Deere Plant molding tractor seats) And I thought Amy Carter was ugly, holy God! There really otta be a Law...............
    "The smallest minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities." --author and philosopher Ayn Rand (1905-1982)

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    If you're living at the largesse of your fellow American's, there's no motivation to vote for a guy who wants to find you a job, if that's what he really wants to do. Ma$$holes kept voting Teddy in and vote for Barney Frank every two years, stupidity is rampant in America these days.
    Heavily medicated for your protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogriz91 View Post
    stupidity is rampant in America these days.
    That's exactly what they've mastered. The ability to indoctrinate the most feeble minds, arm it with instant networking equipment and enlist the stupid to propagate their insidious message of sedition.
    "The smallest minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities." --author and philosopher Ayn Rand (1905-1982)

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    I think the most likely event to get Obama reelected is for Ron Paul to run as a third-party candidate. That would repeat the Perot phenomonena of 1992. And I hear that he is seriously considering doing just that. Grrrr......
    Charlie

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    Who said "American's are lazy..." Mit, Rick, or Barack?

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