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Old 07-06-2012, 07:02 PM
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So, is GhostF250...

...still around these parts and supporting our dear leader? Happened to think about him the other day and wondered if he was still lauding praises on "the one."
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Yeah, I've got him on my Facebook and he posts in favor of the Obummer.
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Yeah, I've got him on my Facebook and he posts in favor of the Obummer.
Sometimes it can be hard to say you're wrong.
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Old 07-29-2012, 11:31 PM
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LOL, man do I remember that thread!
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Old 07-30-2012, 04:55 AM
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Hehehehe.....yeah it was something else.
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Since it's my birthday, and I'm feelin froggy, and you decided to make a thread JUST for me...I'll the bait, even though I know where this is intended to go. To answer your question...Yes..I will be voting for President Obama this fall. I will say though, that I look forward to the debates...as I've researched Romney's MANY instances of waffling and flip flopping (as in, saying what he thinks people want to hear...just look up his history on coal power policy, first said "I believe that abortion should be should be safe and legal in this country"...and then saying "I believe people understand that I'm firmly pro life"...said he never "no time, no where, no how" supported the President's stimulus, but has been quoted (and I've seen/heard him myself) that he does believe there's a need for economic stimulus and that government can help make that up in "very difficult time". I could go on...but it's pretty bad when your own party says your the absolute worst person to run for President.

Anyway...I'll be voting Obama again....and hopefully now that he won't have to worry about getting re-elected or not, he won't worry so much about pissing off his own party or anything like that, and actually get work done. But I firmly believe that a Romney/Ryan administration would be absolutely horrendous for this country.

I'll leave ya with this since I agree with what's said...might as well give ya more ammo since I know you're just WAITING for an excuse to jump on someone who has a different opinion than you :-)


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Old 08-15-2012, 10:30 PM
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Happy birthday...........but you do understand that lowering taxes has always spurred economic recovery, right? It worked during Reagan, which pulled us from carter-nomics, it worked after 9/11, and even Bill Clinton himself said the bush tax cuts should be extended, until Obama reigned him in and he "meant only for the poor and middle class". Most analysts agree that it was not Clinton's 241 billion in tax increases, but his 255 billion reduction of government spending that spurred the economic growth of the 90's. And Clinton had a much stronger economy during his terms, mainly due to the effectiveness of the Reagan economic policies, that helped recover from the mini recession under Bush 1. So Obama wants to raise taxes, and increase government spending relative to GDP.......that my friend is a recipe for disaster. We are seeing the effects now of looming tax hikes and uncontrolled deficit spending. Persistently high unemployment and exploding debts. Taxing your way out of a depressed economy with low consumer demand and confidence, persistent 8%+ unemployment, will not work. You say that he won't be unencumbered by a need for reelection, and things have been bad and getting worse since his election. How bad will they be in 4 more years of the gloves being off? Hate on the rich all you want, but they makae the world go round. They fuel investment, they offer the jobs we all need, and they pay nearly 70% of all the taxes our nation receives. There is an old saying; "the more you tax something, the less you get of it".......that applies to money as well. You tax the rich too much, and they won't fuel growth, they won't invest, they won't hire........and the economy depresses further. Its been played out numerous times. Be careful what you wish for Ben, you just may get 4 more years of bare knuckle Obama........and you won't like it. I know that in 8 more years of Obama-nomics, our debt reaches 22 trillion........that's 150% of GDP. Greece ring a bell? I KNOW I'm wasting my breath, but I have hope that America won't sell my children out like that, that a you, with your vote won't sell the next generation down the river.........just think about it is all I ask before you committee your vote. Learn how the debt and deficit affect me, you, an ad the next generation. That's all I ask.

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f250ghost, did you vote for Bush in 2000 and 04. I'm figuring you must have since obama has been a continuation and acceleration of so much of what Bush did. Here's a short list.

More War
More Debt
Patriot Act
Gitmo
Torture
Rendition
NDAA
Big Bank and Corporate Corruption
Goldman Sachs/Federal Reserve Operatives as "advisors" and running the Treasury Dept.
Monsanto controlling the Dept. of Agriculture
Increasing war budgets
CIA and Military swapping "leaders" Panetta, Patreaus
Expansion of the view that Congressional approval is not needed for War(I didn't think it could get worse than Bush on that one But Obama is)
etc.
etc.
etc.


f250ghost, where exactly do you see Obama taking this country in another 4 years? Seriously, do you actually see things getting better?

If your political leanings are to the left you should seriously consider a third party like the Green Party or even the Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson. With Obama you simply get more of the same that this country has gotten for 20+ years, a move towards a weaker America and Global Government.



ETA: Happy Birthday

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But I firmly believe that a Romney/Ryan administration would be absolutely horrendous for this country.

They are the SAME f250ghost!!!!!!! They are BOTH horrendous for this country!



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Old 08-16-2012, 05:49 AM
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Here's some more on Robomey for you f250ghost. BTW how's Navarre these days? I used to live in Pace for about 5 years.

40 Points That Prove That Barack Obama And Mitt Romney Are Essentially The Same Candidate

40 Points That Prove That Barack Obama And Mitt Romney Are Essentially The Same Candidate


1. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both supported TARP.

2. Mitt Romney supported Barack Obama's "economic stimulus" packages.

3. Mitt Romney says that Barack Obama's bailout of the auto industry was actually his idea.

4. Neither candidate supports immediately balancing the federal budget.

5. They both believe in big government and they both have a track record of being big spenders while in office.

6. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both fully support the Federal Reserve.

7. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are both on record as saying that the president should not question the "independence" of the Federal Reserve.

8. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have both said that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke did a good job during the last financial crisis.

9. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both felt that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke deserved to be renominated to a second term.

10. Both candidates oppose a full audit of the Federal Reserve.

11. Both candidates are on record as saying that U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has done a good job.

12. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have both been big promoters of universal health care.

13. Mitt Romney was the one who developed the plan that Obamacare was later based upon.

14. Wall Street absolutely showers both candidates with campaign contributions.

15. Neither candidate wants to eliminate the income tax or the IRS.

16. Both candidates want to keep personal income tax rates at the exact same levels for the vast majority of Americans.

17. Both candidates are "open" to the idea of imposing a Value Added Tax on the American people.

18. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both believe that the TSA is doing a great job.

19. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both supported the NDAA.

20. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both supported the renewal of the Patriot Act.

21. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both believe that the federal government should be able to indefinitely detain American citizens that are considered to be terrorists.

22. Both candidates believe that American citizens suspected of being terrorists can be killed by the president without a trial.

23. Barack Obama has not closed Guantanamo Bay like he promised to do, and Mitt Romney actually wants to double the number of prisoners held there.

24. Both candidates support the practice of "extraordinary rendition".

25. They both support the job-killing "free trade" agenda of the global elite.

26. They both accuse each other of shipping jobs out of the country and both of them are right.

27. Both candidates are extremely soft on illegal immigration.

28. Neither candidate has any military experience. This is the first time that this has happened in a U.S. election since 1944.

29. Both candidates earned a degree from Harvard University.

30. They both believe in the theory of man-made global warming.

31. Mitt Romney has said that he will support a "cap and trade" carbon tax scheme (like the one Barack Obama wants) as long as the entire globe goes along with it.

32. Both candidates have a very long record of supporting strict gun control measures.

33. Both candidates have been pro-abortion most of their careers. Mitt Romney's "conversion" to the pro-life cause has been questioned by many. In fact, Mitt Romney has made millions on Bain Capital's investment in a company called "Stericycle" that incinerates aborted babies collected from family planning clinics.

34. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney both believe that the Boy Scout ban on openly gay troop leaders is wrong.

35. They both believe that a "two state solution" will bring lasting peace between the Palestinians and Israel.

36. Both candidates have a history of nominating extremely liberal judges.

37. Like Barack Obama, Mitt Romney also plans to add "signing statements" to bills when he signs them into law.

38. They both have a horrible record when it comes to job creation.

39. Both candidates believe that the president has the power to take the country to war without getting the approval of the U.S. Congress.

40. Both candidates plan to continue running up more government debt even though the U.S. government is already 16 trillion dollars in debt.
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