Wed Oct 3, 2012, 01:33 PM
kpete (41,146 posts)
The Big Dog does it again: 'couldn't believe' Romney's 47% comments
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I couldn't believe the other day when the president's opponent said that the 47 percent of the American people who don't pay income tax just want to hang around and be dependent on the government, and you know, we just had to wean them off of that—because they didn't want to pay income tax.
Now, the guy with a tax account in the Cayman Islands is attacking other people for not wanting to pay income tax? I mean, you've got to give him credit.
Boom. Absolutely perfect.
action is my duty, reward is not my concern
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The Big Dog does it again: 'couldn't believe' Romney's 47% comments (Original post)
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Response to kpete (Original post)
Wed Oct 3, 2012, 02:36 PM
central scrutinizer (5,933 posts)
3. Clinton is on the campaign trail, I wonder where the other ex-Presidents are?
Jimmy Carter is 88 years old, but conspicuous by their absence - the Bushes.
"Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand.” Mark Twain
Response to marble falls (Reply #6)
Wed Oct 3, 2012, 07:21 PM
torotoro (96 posts)
7. Funny thing is back in 2008 he was doing everytihng but running and Lost
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At least in 2008 i think America was tired of anything Clinton or Bush and wanted something new. If he ran today though i would agree with you (enough time has passed) despite the fact that Obama and Clinton are both corporate democrats and would pretty much make precisely the same decisions. Clinton would just find the right words to make you enjoy your flogging.
Response to torotoro (Reply #7)
Wed Oct 3, 2012, 11:56 PM
marble falls (3,353 posts)
8. The deregulation of Wallstreet began in Clinton's term and Raptor and warrentless wiretapping....
which has quadrupled during Obama's term also began in Clinton's term. The winner in this Presidential election regardless of who gets the most votes will be Wall Street and the defense industry. But if the choice is Obama - Mitt, or Clinton - Mitt, well Mitts loses every single time. I've said that Clinton was at least during his last six years a good moderate pro-buisness Republican President. He was re-elected and given a GOP congress at the same time. And I would vote for Bill Clinton or the President GLADLY over Mitt and Bachmann, Gingrich, Paul, Santorum, Perry, Christy any time and without hesitation. And I think a majority of the nation would also regardless of party affiliation.
All the fits that's news.