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Saturday, October 06, 2012

Snoop Dog’s Niggas


Obama’s his guy

 

69 comments:

  1. Vote fo da Mor-man, that white nigga got the balls to cook Big Bird.

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  2. Onama’s nigga, Snoop on item 7 on the left column threatens a presidential candidate who is under secret service protection, with this: “bitch I will beat the shit out of you.”

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  3. Can you imagine the uproar if Clint Eastwood referred to Obama as a ”nigga.”

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  4. I suppose with 1.2 billion rounds of ammunition at their disposal someone will be visiting Snoop.

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  5. That's cool. Vote for the white guy that will divide the country on racism, religion, sex, ship all the jobs to China, and stash the cash in the Caymans.

    School their black asses.

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    1. But then, I'm just the race-baiter.

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    2. And religion baiter too, gross violator of the UN Declaration on Human Rights.

      :)

      By the way, I saw an old photo here of Cheapside in Lexington in the old days. Everyone, black, white, yellow (there were some) were dressed up and had some kind of hats on, mingling with the horses and wagons. You've seen photos like this too, of how they dressed better back in the day, even though broke. More form.

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  6. I concur with the other anon right above.

    ?

    That doesn't make any sense, Ruf.

    Seeing how Obama has driven people further apart.

    And, telling his AG not to prosecute blacks.

    I recall Jesse Jackson Sr. making the comment, regarding Obama, back during the primaries, "Cut his balls off."

    All this overheated rhetoric is a sign of a society losing its form.

    Romney will not, for instance, give his opponents, as Obama did Hillary, the cool bird in front of millions.

    We need some decorum in this country, according to my wife.

    By the way, where's 3J?

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  7. ship all the jobs to China?

    What fool said that?

    Republicans are being hammered by a series of Democrat commercials suggesting that Bain Capital, and Mitt Romney by association, were instrumental in outsourcing jobs to China. At the same time, campaign commercials represent President Obama as the "made in America" candidate. Indeed, Mr. Obama is cast as the savior of General Motors (GM) and thousands of American jobs. These are just two of the stereotypes of the 2012 campaign to date, neither of which stands up to a fact-check.

    In spite of the Obama claims, the CEO of GM, when he speaks in China, is singing another tune. Dan Akerson is fond of telling the Chinese that "GM is well established for the future of China." He also brags about the eleven GM assembly plants in China, four GM power train plants in China, and plans to transfer most high-tech research to China. Akerson also boasts that 70% of GM vehicles are made in China.


    Oh, it was Rufus said that.

    Romney is a piker compared to Obama in shipping stuff overseas.

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/10/playing_the_china_card.html#ixzz28Z0esf4F

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    1. Those cars are Sold in China. Not the same thing.

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    2. Japan has outsourced its jobs to Lexington. Made right here, Toyotas, by American workers.

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  8. Deuce, you gotta cut back on the racist tone. We don't want our grandkids to find out we hung out on a skinhead blog.

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    1. Yeah, a guilt ridden Southern Boy Socialist is just fine, however?

      Ghosts in the Closet, Rufie?

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    2. "Guilt-ridden?" Give me a break.

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    3. Sorry Ruf, I didn’t write the memo. I am just blunt enough not to pretend that I didn’t notice.

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    4. Yeah, but you're starting to set a pattern, Deuce.

      What could that "memo," or video have to do with who should be President?

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    5. It is bringing a gun to a gun fight. The Democrats play racial politics all the time. Obama is a master at it. The memo exposes hypocrisy. Remember the Boston white cop or the Florida thug that reminded Obama of his own son? Remember the press coverage? The obsession about who was white and who was black?

      The media feels it is both necessary to broadcast racial details when it is white on black crime and hide it when it is black on white. I don’t do that here. It makes some uncomfortable. If you want to know who is the racialist, dive into some black media.

      Obama blatantly distorts his speech pattern to play his race card. He uses black jargon in front of black audiences but not in front of white. Why is that?

      Your objection is noted.

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    6. As a retired atty with over 50 yrs of practice in the South I can assure you that any white voter earning less than $150,000 who votes Republican is a racist. I come from the old Democratic South, pre civil rights time. Then the Dem. primary was the race. The general election was a very mere formality. LBJ said he was losing the South for a generation when he signed the Civil Rts. Act of 1964. He was wrong it will be more like 5 generations. The relatively poor Southerner will not vote for the party that has done and will do the most for him. His is a spite vote, a hate vote.Don't let anyone fool you these people are racist to the core.

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    7. Got it, you’re an attorney and I’m an astronaut.

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  9. I don't see anything racist in posting the Snoop's own comments.

    I do see a gross violation of the UN Declaration on Human Rights when someone calls the Amish 'fuckin' slackers'.

    :)

    goodnight, Rufus

    Big day tomorrow

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  10. And, he did threaten Romney.

    But the Snoop gets the break.

    He's just an entertainer, trying to make a buck, in a broken down Obama economy, and black too. And he probably didn't mean it.

    Let's just hope others don't take him seriously, and act, where he probably wouldn't, and actually attack Romney.

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  11. Romney not only shipped the jobs to China, bot he stripped the US plants of their manufacturing equipment and sold that to China, too.

    He personifies the economic challenges that face the nation, he is definately not the answer to them.

    He will explode the deficit. His specialty as a businessman is exploiting debt. He will play to his specialty. His comments in the debate solidify that will be his course of action. He cannot expand the military, repeal the Obama/Ryan Medicare cuts and reduce the deficit.

    The GOP Congress funded the purchase of all that ammo

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    1. Ship all the jobs to China?

      Republicans are being hammered by a series of Democrat commercials suggesting that Bain Capital, and Mitt Romney by association, were instrumental in outsourcing jobs to China. At the same time, campaign commercials represent President Obama as the "made in America" candidate. Indeed, Mr. Obama is cast as the savior of General Motors (GM) and thousands of American jobs. These are just two of the stereotypes of the 2012 campaign to date, neither of which stands up to a fact-check.

      In spite of the Obama claims, the CEO of GM, when he speaks in China, is singing another tune. Dan Akerson is fond of telling the Chinese that "GM is well established for the future of China." He also brags about the eleven GM assembly plants in China, four GM power train plants in China, and plans to transfer most high-tech research to China. Akerson also boasts that 70% of GM vehicles are made in China.

      Romney is a piker compared to Obama in shipping stuff overseas.

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    2. Don't forget Mitt who picked a man who has shot, dressed, and ate more game in the last ten years than you have in a lifetime to be VP is gonna Steal Our Guns!

      Idiot

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    3. Ryan is trust fund baby that kills and eats little animals. That is plus?

      A man whose only 'REAL' job was driving a wiener?

      Picking him as a VP candidate is a qualifier, in your world view?

      I don't eat much wild game, true enough, I eat home grown, on Federally administrated land, beef. Which we slaughter, dress, butcher and eat.

      Think Mitt is going to carry HI, moron?

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  12. These facts essentially exonerate Romney from allegations that he was responsible for any outsourcing, bad deals and layoffs that occurred with Bain’s companies in the early 2000s.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/post/does-mitt-romney-love-outsourcing/2012/05/03/gIQAJQDH0T_blog.html

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    1. WaPo is a bunch or rightwing hacks, you moron!

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    2. The WaPo is MSM, Dougo.
      The GOP, as mainstream as it gets.

      They play both sides, winning however the election turns.

      Romney owned Bain, he was the responsible party, as OWNER.

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  13. Romney up in Rassmussen, will be up more tommorrow morning.

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  14. A new poll shows Mitt Romney flipping a 5-point deficit in Colorado before the first presidential debate, which was held on Wednesday in Denver, to a 3.5-point advantage later in the week — another signal that Mr. Romney's comparatively strong debate performance has started to translate into rising poll numbers for the Republican.

    A poll from Gravis Marketing, conducted Oct. 3-4, shows Mr. Romney with a 49.4 percent to 45.9 percent lead over Mr. Obama. The president had held nearly a 5-point lead in a poll conducted Sept. 25, at 50.2 percent to 45.5 percent.

    Mr. Obama's job approval numbers are also significantly underwater in the new poll: 40.5 percent approve, while 50.9 percent disapprove. Just 36.8 percent of voters say the country is on the right track, compared to 53.5 percent who think it's on the wrong track.

    The political party affiliation of the survey's sample was about 32 percent Republican, 28 percent Democrat and 40 percent "other."

    The poll surveyed 1,438 likely voters on Oct. 3-4, and 1,285 gave a response on their preference for president. The margin of error of the poll is 2.8 percentage points.

    Elsewhere, a new national poll from Clarus Research Group also shows Mr. Romney taking a slight lead among voters nationwide after trailing Mr. Obama earlier in the week. Mr. Obama led by 4 points in a poll conducted Tuesday, but Mr. Romney leads by 1 point in a poll conducted Thursday — the day after the debate.

    The polls of 590 likely voters have a margin of error of about 4 percentage points.

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    Read more: New polls show Romney overtakes Obama in Colorado, nationally - Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-politics/2012/oct/6/new-polls-shows-romney-overtake-obama-colorado-nat/#ixzz28ZLa5eLJ
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  15. Rasmussen still has Obama ahead in Ohio, the state that Romney has to carry, if he is to win.

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  16. Ohio is worrisome, no doubt about it.

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  17. I recall when Deuce villified those that raped US assets and sold the parts to China, FOR THE SHORT TERM PROFITS.

    Now he supports, for President, a fella that did it.

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  18. Well, Obammie turns in one more debate performance like that, and he'll get his wish.

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  19. True enough Rat, but you know from your army days that you fight your battles as they occur. I also voted for “W” twice. Obama is the greater threat.

    I am not going to pretend that the dice are not loaded.

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    1. Deuce, your stated policies, foreign policy in particular dovetail with Obamas yet you fear him. Why is that?

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    2. What is Obama’s foreign policy? Mine is minding our own business. What foreign bases has Obama closed?

      The Iraqis threw us out of Iraq but we still maintain an enormous and absurd amount of staff at our embassy. Obama wanted to maintain up to 30-50k troops in Iraq.

      I am against Nato. Obama used Nato to attack Libya.

      Obama wanted to establish a carrier base in Australia.

      I could not be more opposed to Obama’s foreign policy.

      As to Romney, I believe he is the lesser evil, at least for now.

      As to voting for honor, Obama has none. He is a grifter. We are offered a left turn or a right turn. I suppose you could drive off the road to show your disapproval.

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  20. I, also, voted for W, twice; but I sure as hell ain't voting for him a "Third" time.

    And, I "double sure as hell" ain't voting for a tea party sockpuppet.

    On the other hand, Obama seems to be doing a reasonable job of cleaning up the Republicans' mess.

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  21. I know that the GOP has controlled appropriation since 2011. I know if the Feds are buying ammo, the GOP approves.

    I know the enemy of my enemy is not my friend.

    Of the two, Obama is the least dangerous to the Republic, because, as you say, he is an empty suit.

    Where are the 're-education centers' I read, here, were going to open under Obama's tenure?

    Obama's health care program, the same Romney was camp8gning for, in 2009. Thatms reality.

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      Obama the least dangerous to the republic? Laughable. He guts the Constitution right and left.

      As far as his performance on issues people seem to care about most, jobs and the economy, he has done little. Four years and we are starting from scratch, well starting from scratch if you don't consider the trillions more that we are in debt. Don't know if Romney would have done any better, but Obama can hardly be called a turnaround expert.

      Above, you assigned blame to Romney as an 'owner'. After four years, Obama 'owns' the current state of the economy as well as the current employment picture.

      As for outsourcing jobs, Romney is a piker. Under Obama, more than a million jobs were sent overseas. As for holding China's feet to the fire on trade issues, the efforts of this administration have been minimal and the results non-existent.

      Foreign policy? It's been a joke.

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    2. Quirk is about to vote Romney.

      Hooooray!


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      Did they accept you over at the Romney campaign as part of their 'intellectually challenged' outreach program?

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  22. Romney's history of successfully exploikting opportunity, as a vulture capitalist, to use the Texican description of Romney's career, makes him a greater threat tob liberty and long term prosperity than Obama.

    Besides, as we both know, Obama will carry PA.
    You endorsed the economic rapist, in a losing effort.
    You could have voted for principle and kept your sacred honor clean

    Gary Johnson in 2012!

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  23. Using the phone, while convienent does make typing less functional

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  24. So both Duece and Q have explained why they didlike Obama.
    Qa thinks Obama owns the US, lock, stock and barrel, the way Romney owned Bain Capital. Believing, it seems, that the US is a Kingdom, run from the White House.

    Neither tell US why theuy think Romney will perform any better than Obama, Romney has not called for a rollback from NATO, or diminisnhing. The budget at DoD. No he campaigns for expansion of the USbrole abroad and spending more.

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      Geez, rat, reread a couple of your last posts. Have you been licking them toads or popping the shrooms again?

      I'll let Deuce speak for himself. As for me, you have sorely misrepresented my position. Anyone who has read what I post here would know that, sans toads or shrooms of course. Were you knocking Romney's policies or character as is Rufus' wont or doing the same with Obama as is Bob's, I would have merely nodded my head and said, "Ah, another one gets it." The fact that you try to point out some relative positive about one by offering up some negative of the other merely makes me shake my head and say, "Ah, another benighted soul."

      They are both dicks, similar in more ways than some think, and different in many ways. That being said they are two sides of the same coin. Their differences merely highlight their unique dickness but they are still equivalant and in my opinion objectionable. Just a couple examples. Romney, at least during this political season, has taken on the mantle of the supply-side, trickle downers, offering policies that have failed many times in the past. Obama, on the other hand, in practice has ascribed to the concept of the imperial presidency taking on Nixon's view that if the president does it, it can't be against the law. He has basically gutted the constitution. If there is any measurable difference in dickdom, IMO, the scales would have to dip towards Obama on this issue alone; however, Romney is bad enough that I still couldn't vote for him. These are just two examples. I could go on all afternoon expanding or offering additional examples.

      With regard to the 'ownership' issue, I merely state the 'political' reality, the president is credited or blamed for much that he has no direct impact on. However, even Obama subscribes to my view for although he has constantly tried to shift blame and take credit where it is not due, the two most used words during Obama's presidency have been 'I' and 'Me'. The man is a congenital liar and an egoist with overwhelming delusions of glory.

      As for telling you why I like Romney? Once again you are being obtuse. You assume that because I dislike Obama I must therefore like Romney. That is not a logical assumption.

      Get back to me when you are off the toads and/or shrooms and we can talk.

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  25. Average Gas Price $3.81

    California $4.65

    Wholesale Ethanol $2.40

    CBOT

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    1. Romney's "Energy Advisor" is Harold Hamm. Mr North Dakota Oil. The King of the Bakken. The guy that's running around saying that N. Dakota can produce 2 Million Barrels of Oil/Day.

      The guy that Doesn't tell you he's cutting back on his "rigs a'drillin'."

      The guy that doesn't tell you that they completed 152 Wells in July, and only got out less than 10,000 bbl/day more than in June.

      The guy that Doesn't tell you that the Bakken will Peak within a couple of months if it hasn't already.

      The guy that doesn't tell you that the Bakken will likely Never produce more than 750,000 bbl of oil/day.

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  26. Neuther support Mr Rom.ney's stated polkdy positions, but he is not Obama.
    Mr romey will lose in their States.
    So they are voting agains their own policy prefersnces, in a losi.g effort.
    Instead of voting for a candidate that represents their positions.
    Whh not ote for the candidate that echoes their policy points one asks?
    Well, because he is going to lose, too.
    Jmujst like Romn.ey will lose PA and MI.

    Then folk wonder why the status que in DC doess not change, towards the rational positions that they support.

    Well they do not vote for candidates that support those positions, even when they are on the ballot

    Gary Johbson 2012

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  27. Why is there not a species of forest grouse in all these beautiful wooded hills around Kentucky, southern Ohio, West Virginia?

    Seems like a perfect set up for some type of grouse, to me.

    .....

    News Flash: Obama IS a natural born citizen -

    Questioning

    I suspect there is enough real evidence to support that 0bama is, in fact a Natural Born Citizen (Son-of-Davis) and is thus eligible for President. No, my issue isn't one of birth eligibility...

    it is that there is sufficient evidence to show he is an unindicted FELON.

    It is illegal to obtain identity documents using false (read, FELONY) Social Security Cards, Birth Certificates or Selective Service Cards. Further it is illegal to obtain and use a false Social Security Card and it is illegal to falsify Selective Service registration.

    Yhe documentation produced to date by Barry 0bama, used in 2008 to obtain a passport, would have him in Federal Jail right now serving a 2 year mandatory sentence for breaking Federal Law; he'd be a FELON.

    I think this is the first case of an American President who was a Felon upon entering office and not just one leaving office.

    Impeach Now.


    Obama, Who's Your Daddy?

    Birther issue still has legs -

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/10/obama_whos_your_daddy.html

    For the last four years, Barack Obama has been plagued by rumors that he is not a natural-born citizen of the United States and, as a result, is not eligible to serve as president. These rumors continue to show surprising resilience.

    But what Berlinsky did in his polling was what the progressive defenders of the faith have always done: confused the birthplace question with other questions regarding Obama's eligibility to hold office. To many, the issue isn't where he was born. The question is, who is his father? And is Obama a natural born citizen, since his father was not a U.S. citizen?

    Barack Hussein Obama has spent about two million dollars to keep the American people from taking a peek at his original long-form birth certificate. Nobody spends that kind of money unless there's something really damning he wants to hide.

    In spite of all the posturing, courtroom drama, political maneuvers, endless obfuscation, and the frenzied production of yet another highly questionable birth certificate, fully half of the American people have doubts about President Obama's birth certificate and his eligibility to hold office. This is astonishing.


    Pretty good little article if you are still interested in the topic.

    All the same questions remain.

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  28. Doug was right -

    Rasmussen Tracking 10/3 - 10/5 1500 LV 3.0 47 49 Romney +2



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  29. The State of Hawaii answered the questions , in Court testimony.

    Case closed.

    That you refuse to accept it, a reflection on you.

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    1. According to some, if the jury acquits or if the grand jury doesnt send up a charge innocence is proven.

      But most of us adults KNOW better.

      Those that murder, those that kill, those that help those to kill or murder have no room to sit on a jury let alone vote.

      But sadly these "folks" have weasled their way around the meaning of the law.

      In the end we all collective know a rose by any other name is still a rose.

      And a pile go dog shit is still a pile of dog shit

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  30. What does race has to do with it? Read Snoop Dog’s list. It sure looks as if Snoop has a racial problem.

    In the minds of racist liberals the meaning of the word racism is meaningless. it’s been patently obvious recently that democrats, the mainstream media and the Obama campaign itself have been the ones to play the race card over and over. It

    The Race Card is the refuge of a candidate that has nothing else to offer. We have an economy that is moving like molasses in December if indeed it is moving at all. In the meantime millions have dropped off the unemployment rolls. When the U6 is counted the unemployment/underemployment rate is closer to 15%. That is not sustainable.

    You cannot continue to load taxes on those working in order to write a blank check and that is all Obama and his party know how to do. How many millions in stimulus money has simply gone down a rathole to Obama campaign contributors for bad ideas?

    And here's the real secret, Obama is a Globalist. As such he views ALL AMERICANS as "the rich." He taxes the upper brackets directly in order to appease his base, but the rest of us are seeing rising cost of energy which impacts all goods and services regardless of income. What I used to buy at Krogers last year for $90 a week now costs $120 or more and it's continuing to rise. Obama can only reach his numbers by taxing the middle class. And that is exactly what he will do if reelected. Pair that with higher employment/insurance taxes and the unemployment numbers will rise. To say that all people are voting on is race is to ignore the real factors that are keeping people of all backgrounds, races and religions out of the game.

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    1. Tax revenue has not been lower in sixty years.
      At 15% of GDP taxes are at a historic low.

      Rates,have never been lower than they have been for the past 11 years. The econmoy is in a dismal state

      Could there be a correlation?
      Cause and Effect, perhaps?

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  31. Not as much has gone vdown the 'rat hole' as was wasted in Iraq.

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    1. The infamous Solyandra dealt less than 4 days of a decade long fiasco.

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    2. 98.6% of the "Green Energy" money (some of which was spent on "clean coal, and other assorted republican dreams) Was Successfully Spent.

      Solyndra, etal only constituted 1.4% of that program.

      As a result, there are somewhere over a quarter of a million people working in the Green Energy Business (100,000 in Solar Energy, alone.)

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    3. Renewable Energy now accounts for 10% of our transportation fuel, and has Doubled to 6% of our Electricity.

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  32. Here is a link that I wish everybody in the U.S. could see, and have explained to them (by the way, I found this "after" I went crazy, and stated that I thought the Bakken would Peak in the next couple of months.)

    The Bakken Speed Limit

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    1. The Yellow line is the number of wells that must be completed for the Bakken to increase production.

      The Green Bars are the number of wells completed by month.

      When the Yellow Line goes Over the Green Bars the Bakken will peak, and go into decline.

      That will be signified by the black line dropping into the red numbers.

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  33. Republican congressman Paul Broun dismisses evolution, the big bang theory and embryology as 'lies straight from the pit hell'. Link to this video
    In the clip, Broun, who is a doctor, says that "as a scientist" he has found data that shows the earth is no older than 9,000 years and was created in six days. Mainstream scientific thought holds that the earth is 4.5 billion years old, give or take the odd millennia.

    Broun also says that theories regarding the origins of the universe and evolution represent "lies to try and keep me and all the folk that were taught that from understanding that they need a saviour".

    In a statement to the Athens Banner-Herald, Meredith Griffanti, a spokeswoman for the Republican congressman, said: "Dr Broun was speaking off the record to a large church group about his personal beliefs regarding religious issues."

    But the comments may prove an embarrassment to some of his colleagues on the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. The congressional body was already subjected to scrutiny over remarks made by another member, the Missouri House representative Todd Akin.

    Akin sparked outrage and ridicule this summer, after suggesting that it was "really rare" for rape to result in pregnancy.


    These two guys support Mitt Romney. Are "They" relevant to the campaign for President?

    If not, why is Snoop Doggie? Or, is he just an excuse for a little "racialism?"

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  34. Mr Akin and this CONGRESSMAN braun both elected Representitives of the GOP. Snoppy, just a fella from LA that was on TV with Donald Trump.

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  35. I think those are valid points as to why one should vote for the black nigga rather than the white nigga. Maybe if the white nigga had more hoes they would consider voting his way.

    Could you imagine those black nigga ears with that white nigga grin. Throw in the ass and the eyebrows and we'd really have a looker.

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  36. Now that is what I call political analysis of the very first order and we need more of it around here.

    It beats the pants off the ravings of R and r for instance.

    Just got back from a side trip to the Kentucky River. Why they call that slough a river I do not know.

    Tomorrow: the gun shop, the airport, the biggest liquor store I've ever seen in my life, the Kentucky Horse Farm, and a couple of local nostalgia stations.


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