Prepare For This For The Next Few Months [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in

Oh, and your favorite prime time TV shows? Preempted--all of "em.
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Female 157
Ron Paul!!! I`m voting for him
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Male 275
Wow Tekinette they really got you there ^^

The whole political system is fundamentally flawed. But people are too busy pissing on everyone to actually fix anything.
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Male 14,334
OH look another miserable frenchie stinking up the place....
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Male 72
Unfortunately the politicians still win. Is there no escape?
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Male 273
@RytWing Plz tell me more stereotypes and cliche about the french while confirming those about americans...

Btw I have an American passport, I get to vote, thank you. "This is our fight" lol how cheesy are you trying to sound.. geeze.
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Male 316
Tekinett
You should surrender. Your good at that. Quit attacking Amercans and thank them for once. Our bodies fill your cemeteries.
And mind your own damn business. This is our fight.
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Male 273
And those were just the most obvious lies, they`re just so many.

Even that Ryan guy keeps lying, blaming Obama for a GM plant that closed... 5 months before he was even president. Or his criticism of how Obama dealt with the Simpson-Bowles dept panel when Ryan himself was part of the S-B commission and rejected any urgent report....

As long as Americans are just too lazy or stupid to check the facts they`ll have people like Palin, Bachmann, Santorum, Romney etc.. that are taken seriously.
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Male 273
Is Obama a muslim ? Was he born outside the US ? Is he a communist ? A left extremist ? Is he against guns or freedom? Does he favor the rich ?Did he say that if you`ve got a business you didn`t build it?
etc...

The answer is no but people still are trusting the party that made up all those lies...

Btw do people actually realize that Romney wants to raise the taxes on 95% of the population and give a tax cut to the richest 5% in a time of crisis... ?

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Male 15,832
I think Obama would get more votes if he weren`t so secretive about his past. Be it his association with Black Liberation Theology, his work with Acorn, or his college records.
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Male 316
@VirtualParty
Isn`t it funny how one candidates life has to be an opened book but your racist if you ask about the others? The standard should be equal. Both of these men have opened thier lives more than most people would care to. We should get off thier backs. If you press the matter on one, both should be obligated to answer.
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Male 787
I think Romney would get more votes if he weren`t so secretive about his past. Be it his association with Mormonism, his works at Bain capitol, or his tax returns.
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Male 553
One more reason not to watch TV. The other reason being that 99% of tv is reality shows and sitcoms that aren`t funny.
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Male 2,121
Just do what we do in England: elect someone from Eton (aka Prime Minister School) and moan when they do anything. Every so often elect someone with a different colour tie just for the fun of it.
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Female 280
Really. Who do you vote for when you are for women`s reproductive rights, for gay marriage, support immigrant amnesty, and for health care reform, but want a balanced budget, and non-socialist health care reform?
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Female 280
...And the moderates are left wondering whether to vote for the left extremist or the right extremist. Who the hell am I supposed to vote for? I guess Mickey Mouse this year.
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Male 365
This sums it up pretty nicely, although I think Obama`s making a slightly stronger argument here.
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Male 554
.. at least i`m not a tool
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Male 316
@SmagBoy1
I think we can give Bush credit for the two wars. I mean, we`ve credited him with everything else bad, right? And he did start those wars. Obama gets credit for ending one of them for sure. As for the landmark healthcare law, the fruits are yet to be seen from that. And yes, our public relations with Iran are awesome, but what of our two greatest allies Great Britain and Israel? He`s shafting those guys.
I`m sure by my name you`ve realized that I`m am not an Obama supporter, but I`m also not a partisan hack like so many here. I judge for myself. When one candidates history is off limits and we here how the other one was a bully in high school ( 45 years ago) I get a little suspicious. Any one with a brain should.
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Male 4,431
[quote">Although, Romney has a better track record of successes...[/quote">

RytWing, what do you mean? I`m not trying to be a smartass. Romney was one of the founders of a very successful venture capital company, he turned around the Salt Lake City Olympic and he was a successful governor. Obama has passed landmark healthcare legislation, acted as commander in chief of a military involved in two wars and operations that`ve crippled AQ and killed OBL, brought our foreign relations from dismal to good (even recent polls show his numbers, while slipping from huge initial numbers to be far, far higher than the previous president`s: here.)

So, not to dismiss what you said. You`re right, both are accomplished men, but I don`t see how Romney`s track record is "better".
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Male 768
I don`t really care or understand american politics but from what I have seen, Mitt Romney sounds like an absolute idiot. Infact they all do.. What happened to that Ron Paul guy? He seemed the most sensible one.
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Male 316
Yeah. This sums it up. Although, Romney has a better track record of successes, Obama is the president, and that is a huge accomplishment.
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Male 2,384
everyone always bitches the other side out like they`re the worst president ever and then nothing gets accomplished and then the side who lost says told you so... 4 years later, repeat
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Female 1,803
I wish there were no political parties. A few people just get up and say "I want the job and this is what I would change if I got it." If you agree, vote for me. Period. No big money influence. No religious influence other than what the individual believes. But this will never happen because it would take the politicians to make this happen and they would never give these things up.
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Male 2,516
@SmagBoy1: Exactly, it`s the sad truth about full-on democracy: the voting public (that is, everyone declared an adult) is easily persuaded, bullied, and some times even bought for (just look at the current state of the mexican presidential elections). The idea that the population is able to pick their representatives is corrupted into a popularity game, where there`s no such thing as bad publicity.

Sad but true.
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Male 1,243
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Male 546
Well at least you`ll know that at least have of the country will agree and half with disagree.
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Male 4,431
Agreed, jendrian. And what a sad indictment that is of the voting public. Wouldn`t it be great if the politicians would state their platforms, programs and priorities and the public could be engaged enough and educated enough about those things to vote accordingly? Of course, that would also presume that the folks nominated from both sides were actually capable of and qualified enough to do the job. Sarah Palin, IMHO, no matter how good McCain might have been, should have never been nominated to that office. And to do so just undermines the entire process.
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Male 10,855
No 5h17

LOL!
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Male 15,510
At least I dont care
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Male 2,516
@SmagBoy1: This will sound mean but that will never work. I`ve seen so many politicians try to go the honourable route and don`t engage in the infantilism of past election races (in 3 countries) and they always, without exception, lose. They have to "play the game" and put on a good show to get voters on their side. Sadly, it`s the only way I`ve seen it work.
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Male 14,835
Richman with no good ideas vs the HOPEless letdown
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Male 4,395
This is just stupid. Mitt is the "not" candidate of this election and everyone knows that.
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Male 38,507
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Male 4,431
I think that Obama should just say, "I`m the guy from the party not trying to control your sex lives, your uteri, your right to be angry and not blamed should you be raped. Also, a side note, my party is the one that tries to write laws and produce programs that are inclusive, healthful and helpful to *all* citizens, never discriminating on the basis of gender, skin color, religion or sexual orientation. This is who we are."

Of course, I`m not running for president, he is. But that`s what I`d do. Also, I`d select Hillary as my running mate.
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Male 20,196
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