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Rock Hall of Fame damaged by storm

Portions of the Rock Hall have been damaged.

I will post pictures once I can get one.

Posted by liberal N proud | Tue Oct 30, 2012, 06:03 AM (20 replies)

Cars have been honking as they pass my house all day

I live on a busy street leading into mcmansionville with several estate homes dotting the neighborhood. I have signs for several Democratic candidates, Obama, Sherrod Brown state and county candidates plus one supporting Issue 2 here in Ohio.

I can't say for certain, but have been wondering, if all the honking is in support for Democrats, Obama, Brown or Issue 2.

Issue 2 is a referendum to have an independent council form congressional district called for after the lousy job the republican lawmakers did.

Posted by liberal N proud | Sun Oct 28, 2012, 06:37 PM (3 replies)

October jobs report will be released this Friday

November 2

http://www.bls.gov/schedule/news_release/empsit.htm

Posted by liberal N proud | Sun Oct 28, 2012, 04:04 PM (10 replies)

Forward this



31 consecutive months of job growth and 5.2 million new private sector jobs. You should take a look and then pass it on.

http://www.barackobama.com/share/forward-jobs?utm_medium=email&utm_source=obama&utm_content=httpmybarackobamacomForwardThisJobs&utm_campaign=em12_20121027_ft_act&source=em12_20121027_ft_act
Posted by liberal N proud | Sun Oct 28, 2012, 07:55 AM (0 replies)

So if Obama is responsible for Benghazi, does that mean that Bush is responsible for 9/11?

Just asking since they want to make it political.
Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Oct 26, 2012, 06:28 PM (3 replies)

10 Awful Things a President Mitt Romney Would Likely Do

With the polls showing a tightening race, a Mitt Romney presidency is becoming a real possibility. As I write, New York Times polling guru Nate Silver gives the Republican a 29-percent chance of emerging victorious when the votes are cast in just under two weeks.

The Romney-Ryan campaign has offered a bewildering and often contradictory array of positions on the issues, which makes predicting what a Romney agenda might look like exceptionally difficult. What's more, we'd see a very different Romney administration if Democrats retain control of the Senate. Silver gives them an 88 percent chance of doing so, projecting Dems to hold 52.4 seats in the next Congress (it's highly unlikely they'll win the House).


1. The Romney-Ryan Budget
2. Tax Cuts for the rich
3. Repeal ObamaCare
4. Voucherize Medicare
5. Turn Medicaid into a block-grant program
6. Social Security
7. State Children's Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP)
8. The Rest
9. If Dems Have 40-50 Seats in Senate (With Ryan the Tie-Breaking Vote) Mitch McConnell, might embrace filibuster reform
10. If Dems Hold Senate they will act as a firewall against the radical restructuring of the public sector promised by the Ryan budget.

http://www.alternet.org/election-2012/10-awful-things-president-mitt-romney-would-likely-do?paging=off













Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Oct 26, 2012, 12:50 PM (1 replies)

What is Romeny's problem with the truth? - He is a bullshitter!

The President was just telling the truth.

Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Oct 26, 2012, 08:37 AM (2 replies)

Good pic from last night in Cleveland with the President


We were about 30 feet in front of the podium.

It was cool to watch his plane land and pull right up to the crowd, never watched him deplane in person before.



Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Oct 26, 2012, 07:20 AM (0 replies)

"Redistricting is the most fun a politician can have and NOT go to prison."






http://www.ohiovotemap.com/

Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Oct 25, 2012, 10:40 AM (1 replies)

Should my sister vote for my brothers?

I was talking to my sister last night and she received absentee ballot request forms for two of my brothers, both republicans. The reason she received them is because they still vote in Iowa and use my fathers address (for more than 30 years). Neither lives in Iowa. My sister gets mail for my dad because he lived there for a while and the forward mail never completely reverted back to his address.

So my sister has these applications for absentee ballots. We were laughing about the possibilities that she could vote for them and they would be out of luck.




























Don't worry, she isn't really going to follow through, it was just a good laugh we had about the possibilities of changing 2 republican votes without them knowing it. Or will she? Hmmmmm!
Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Oct 25, 2012, 07:27 AM (22 replies)
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