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California Chrome
02-28-2012, 11:49 PM
:hi:

Nice try, Dems. Not good enough though. :lmao2:

Keyser Soze
02-28-2012, 11:50 PM
Good luck with that...LMAO!!!

California Chrome
02-28-2012, 11:55 PM
Better save that luck for yourself and yer little black Jeebus. :hi:

:lmao2:

Keyser Soze
02-29-2012, 12:06 AM
You'll get to vote for the Opus Dei, seven mountain strategy, chosen one...LMAO...

BlackAsCoal
02-29-2012, 12:12 AM
:hi:

Nice try, Dems. Not good enough though. :lmao2:

That's not really good news for your side. Nobody likes him or trusts him .. on your side.

Looks like a brokered convention coming to me.

That should be fun to watch.

Bruce LeeRoy
02-29-2012, 12:13 AM
You know Minty, eventually someone is going to have to vote IN this next election, these voter fraud incidents work great in the primaries but, who is going to show up and vote in the National?



Another GOP plan that was doomed before it started. Its going to be McCain/Palin all over again.

4 MORE WARS, er, I mean YEARS!

Bruce LeeRoy
02-29-2012, 12:14 AM
That's not really good news for your side. Nobody likes him or trusts him .. on your side.

Looks like a brokered convention coming to me.

That should be fun to watch.

I agree, its going to be very interesting to say the least.

Romney rod, I am sure no one is going to show up to vote in the National, Paul gets it, because he is number 2 in delegates, nothing will stop the Paul supporter, NOTHING.

Bet on that. :thumbsup:

http://p.twimg.com/Amxka11CIAErt4l.jpg

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http://twitpic.com/8pj6yp/full

BlackAsCoal
02-29-2012, 12:23 AM
I agree, its going to be very interesting to say the least.

Romney rod, I am sure no one is going to show up to vote in the National, Paul gets it, because he is number 2 in delegates, nothing will stop the Paul supporter, NOTHING.

Bet on that. :thumbsup:

https://p.twimg.com/Amxka11CIAErt4l.jpg:large

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Not in a brokered convention he won't. He's not a republican. Why would real republicans want him to lead their party?

The ONLY hope republicans have is in raising Ronald Reagan from the dead and propping his ass up on a stage. He was braindead most of his last term anyway. No one will notice.

Paul has no chance.

Trust me .. I know these things. :0)

Bruce LeeRoy
02-29-2012, 12:32 AM
Not in a brokered convention he won't. He's not a republican. Why would real republicans want him to lead their party?

The ONLY hope republicans have is in raising Ronald Reagan from the dead and propping his ass up on a stage. He was braindead most of his last term anyway. No one will notice.

Paul has no chance.

Trust me .. I know these things. :0)

You keep forgetting that whoever gets elected has to have actual people to vote for them to win an election.

I think that picture and most of the other posts I have made here speak for themselves.

You know the things you look for, you don't want Paul so it works out very nice for you.

No worries, he may still run 3rd party, but I doubt it, he is gaining ground much faster then even I could have hoped for.

Example :lmao2: This has been the theme all over the country, who is going to finally vote for Romney?

Come on BAC, you know this is just pathetically funny.

Romney FAKE sign wave rally in a CHURCH!

3GkR4dIHKKE

Ron Paul in Oklahoma City 2/25/2012 SEE the THOUSANDS of PEOPLE

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Kanadesaga
02-29-2012, 12:43 AM
That's not really good news for your side. Nobody likes him or trusts him .. on your side.

Looks like a brokered convention coming to me.

That should be fun to watch.

Be careful what you ask for, you may just get it.

California Chrome
02-29-2012, 12:47 AM
That's not really good news for your side. Nobody likes him or trusts him .. on your side.

Looks like a brokered convention coming to me.

That should be fun to watch.Better than Santorum. There's some reason Dems turned out in droves to vote for him - like they did McCain.

"Never again"

:lmao2:

BlackAsCoal
02-29-2012, 12:47 AM
You keep forgetting that whoever gets elected has to have actual people to vote for them to win an election.

I think that picture and most of the other posts I have made here speak for themselves.

You know the things you look for, you don't want Paul so it works out very nice for you.

No worries, he may still run 3rd party, but I doubt it, he is gaining ground much faster then even I could have hoped for.

Example :lmao2: This has been the theme all over the country, who is going to finally vote for Romney?

Come on BAC, you know this is just pathetically funny.

Romney FAKE sign wave rally in a CHURCH!

3GkR4dIHKKE

Ron Paul in Oklahoma City 2/25/2012 SEE the THOUSANDS of PEOPLE

_1eM7cbO3iQ

I'm just reading the tea leaves brother. I wouldn't vote for him, but it isn't that I don't want Paul to win the Republican nomination. I would like to see his antiwar stance front and center in Obama's face. I would like to see the specter of the Nobel Prize winner for "peace" defending his warmongering stance before the world. I would like to see Obama's betrayal on sane drug laws exposed .. and Paul would do just that.

From my perspective, Paul should run 3rd party .. but he won't because his son is still faking it as a republican.

BlackAsCoal
02-29-2012, 12:48 AM
Better than Santorum. There's some reason Dems turned out in droves to vote for him - like they did McCain.

"Never again"

:lmao2:

I agree with you there.

California Chrome
02-29-2012, 07:56 AM
Well Dems, the losing has begun. Better get used to it! :hi: :lmao2:

Moby
02-29-2012, 08:55 AM
:hi:

Nice try, Dems. Not good enough though. :lmao2:
Nice try for what? Based on actual voting records, Romney is more liberal than Obama.

Moby
02-29-2012, 08:56 AM
Better than Santorum. There's some reason Dems turned out in droves to vote for him - like they did McCain.

"Never again"

:lmao2:
Santorum is Murdoch's choice. How many dems turned out to vote for Santorum in AZ?

Bruce LeeRoy
02-29-2012, 01:48 PM
I'm just reading the tea leaves brother. I wouldn't vote for him, but it isn't that I don't want Paul to win the Republican nomination. I would like to see his antiwar stance front and center in Obama's face. I would like to see the specter of the Nobel Prize winner for "peace" defending his warmongering stance before the world. I would like to see Obama's betrayal on sane drug laws exposed .. and Paul would do just that.

From my perspective, Paul should run 3rd party .. but he won't because his son is still faking it as a republican.

I agree, what about the drug war that is also targeting minority groups, African Americans seeing the brunt of this racist war?

The social spending issues RP has been clear, he wants to transition out of them allowing people to opt out, isn't choice left to the individual better then a forced Govt no option from Govt. better?

You do know that racist letters turned out to be by James B Powell, right. Ron Paul did not write those letters.

if anyone would just take the time to look into his background on the issues and understand the function of Govt its real clear where he stands.

Ron Paul warned from the floor about the housing crisis in 2002. He is just getting a bad rap from the medial.

Oh well, Increase the Peace Brother. :thumbsup:

BlackAsCoal
02-29-2012, 01:53 PM
I agree, what about the drug war that is also targeting minority groups, African Americans seeing the brunt of this racist war?

The social spending issues RP has been clear, he wants to transition out of them allowing people to opt out, isn't choice left to the individual better then a forced Govt no option from Govt. better?

You do know that racist letters turned out to be by James B Powell, right. Ron Paul did not write those letters.

if anyone would just take the time to look into his background on the issues and understand the function of Govt its real clear where he stands.

Ron Paul warned from the floor about the housing crisis in 2002. He is just getting a bad rap from the medial.

Oh well, Increase the Peace Brother. :thumbsup:

:0)

I'm a socialist .. so you lose me on social spending .. but I agree with much of what you've said.

"Increase the Peace"

Part of what I like about you. :0)

Bill Cosby
02-29-2012, 02:25 PM
That's not really good news for your side. Nobody likes him or trusts him .. on your side.

Looks like a brokered convention coming to me.

That should be fun to watch.

Oh ComeON BAC...........:banghead: He is everyone's 4th choice in the GOP....... :lmao2: :o

BlackAsCoal
02-29-2012, 02:52 PM
Oh ComeON BAC...........:banghead: He is everyone's 4th choice in the GOP....... :lmao2: :o

I think they're all number 4 .. with nobody as 1,2, or 3.

2T
02-29-2012, 03:30 PM
I agree, its going to be very interesting to say the least.

Romney rod, I am sure no one is going to show up to vote in the National, Paul gets it, because he is number 2 in delegates, nothing will stop the Paul supporter, NOTHING.

Bet on that. :thumbsup:




sshhhuuuriiight bout that!

2T
02-29-2012, 03:36 PM
Better than Santorum. There's some reason Dems turned out in droves to vote for him - like they did McCain.

"Never again"

:lmao2:


"Michigan Democrats can vote in the Republican primary on Tuesday. Why is it so important?" the voice on the call says. "Romney supported the bailouts for his Wall Street, billionaire buddies, but opposed the auto bailouts. That was a slap in the face to every Michigan worker, and we're not going to let Romney get away with it."... Paid for by the campaign for Santorum

turned out in droves? liar

Bill Cosby
02-29-2012, 05:33 PM
I agree, its going to be very interesting to say the least.

Romney rod, I am sure no one is going to show up to vote in the National, Paul gets it, because he is number 2 in delegates, nothing will stop the Paul supporter, NOTHING.



I just heard on the radio (NPR) that while the Mitt may have won Mich, he may not end up w/ the most delegates from that state......... :lmao2:

It seems to big counties are left to be counted & both are believed to be in the sanitorum camp.........:confused:

California Chrome
02-29-2012, 09:05 PM
"Michigan Democrats can vote in the Republican primary on Tuesday. Why is it so important?" the voice on the call says. "Romney supported the bailouts for his Wall Street, billionaire buddies, but opposed the auto bailouts. That was a slap in the face to every Michigan worker, and we're not going to let Romney get away with it."... Paid for by the campaign for Santorum

turned out in droves? liarOoops.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/02/democrat-mischief-liberal-voters-turn-out-in-attempt-to-topple-romney-in-michigan/

California Chrome
02-29-2012, 09:06 PM
I just heard on the radio (NPR) that while the Mitt may have won Mich, he may not end up w/ the most delegates from that state......... :lmao2:

It seems to big counties are left to be counted & both are believed to be in the sanitorum camp.........:confused:Doesn't matter. The momentum went to Romney.

Bruce LeeRoy
02-29-2012, 09:14 PM
Doesn't matter. The momentum went to Romney.

Now if Romney can just find a few voters, then you got something. :thumbsup:




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:lmao2:

California Chrome
02-29-2012, 09:17 PM
Now if Romney can just find a few voters, then you got something. :thumbsup:




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:lmao2:Oh, he'll have more than a few once this thing gets underway. ;)

California Chrome
02-29-2012, 09:19 PM
It may have been a Republican primary, but Democratic voters turned out in droves to vote for Rick Santorum in the Michigan primary, presumably attempting to topple Mitt Romney in his home state.

About 10 percent of the state’s primary voters on Tuesday were Democrats, exit polls show. And they voted overwhelmingly for Santorum,with 53 percent picking the former senator versus the 17 percent who chose Romney.

Well libs, you can't even swing an open primary with so many lazy fucks in the party.

It's only going to get worse from here...........:lmao2:

Kanadesaga
02-29-2012, 09:20 PM
Michigan was a tie. 15 delegates each. I wonder how many delegates democrats gave Mr. Frothy

Bruce LeeRoy
02-29-2012, 09:24 PM
Oh, he'll have more than a few once this thing gets underway. ;)

We obviously want the same thing and to remove this liar from office, but I am not sure I understand the mentality of re-inventing the wheel to gain voters to switch sides which is what its going to take to de-throne Obama.

So the strategy, to me isnt that well though out. Paul already has these voters, its going to be a tough sell anyways, why make it even harder?

So in the primaries, I get it, but to get these voters in the numbers you will need to oust Obama, I don't think Romney, Santorum, or Gingrich can do. These guys can't even get people to show up at their rallies.

This next election is about jobs and the economy, Romney, with Bain capital did nothing but wholesale companies putting people OUT of work.

This isnt going to play well on the National stage, not to mention his Mormon roots.

Bill Cosby
02-29-2012, 10:07 PM
Doesn't matter. The momentum went to Romney.

Didn't he have issues in Iowa?? Something about a recount??

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 09:43 AM
We obviously want the same thing and to remove this liar from office, but I am not sure I understand the mentality of re-inventing the wheel to gain voters to switch sides which is what its going to take to de-throne Obama.

So the strategy, to me isnt that well though out. Paul already has these voters, its going to be a tough sell anyways, why make it even harder?

So in the primaries, I get it, but to get these voters in the numbers you will need to oust Obama, I don't think Romney, Santorum, or Gingrich can do. These guys can't even get people to show up at their rallies.

This next election is about jobs and the economy, Romney, with Bain capital did nothing but wholesale companies putting people OUT of work.

This isnt going to play well on the National stage, not to mention his Mormon roots.Bain Capital also employed a ton of people. All this President strives to do is get more people on foodstamps and extended welfare, i.e., unemployment, for as long as possible.

That message simply doesn't sell except to the fringe, lazy fucks.

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 09:44 AM
Didn't he have issues in Iowa?? Something about a recount??I don't know. I just know Santorum ain't getting the nom.

Keyser Soze
03-01-2012, 09:51 AM
Good luck with that...it was a 50/50 split between Sanitarium and Romney in MI...LMAO!! Don't blame the Dems...there was no 'there' there....your own mouth breathers are going to get the worst possible candidate nominated :0)

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 10:06 AM
Good luck with that...it was a 50/50 split between Sanitarium and Romney in MI...LMAO!! Don't blame the Dems...there was no 'there' there....your own mouth breathers are going to get the worst possible candidate nominated :0)Sure, the Dems voted and failed.

Just a preview of things to come. ;)

Santorum won't be the nominee. So sad, too bad for you.

Keyser Soze
03-01-2012, 10:21 AM
Sure, the Dems voted and failed.

Just a preview of things to come. ;)

Santorum won't be the nominee. So sad, too bad for you.
What a joke you are...do you really expect us to believe you have a candidate? The rabid right has been encouraged, courted and empowered by the Tbagger crazies. We all lose because of it...there is no real discourse about our very real challenges...but the Republican Party is near extinction. Theocracy is not the way this country wants to go...the American Taliban is hateful and full of spite, just like their namesake.

Santorum and Romney each took 15 delegates...the deep south is next...it isn't hard to extrapolate, you can do it! Sanitorum will run strong with the dark force...

Moby
03-01-2012, 11:04 AM
Bain Capital also employed a ton of people.
Under 500 people is considered a ton of people? :confused:

Moby
03-01-2012, 11:06 AM
Sure, the Dems voted and failed.

Just a preview of things to come. ;)

Santorum won't be the nominee. So sad, too bad for you.
How many dems turned out to vote? You already claim that less than 500 employed people make up a ton but what is an estimate for droves of democrats?

Why are you rooting against the Conservative and cheering the liberal? :lmao2:

Moby
03-01-2012, 11:07 AM
Ooops.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/02/democrat-mischief-liberal-voters-turn-out-in-attempt-to-topple-romney-in-michigan/
That's what Romney was promoting. He's spoken for it many times.

Sephiri
03-01-2012, 11:10 AM
Didn't he have issues in Iowa?? Something about a recount??


Romney and Santorium essentially tied.

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 11:15 AM
That's what Romney was promoting. He's spoken for it many times.Really? So do you have a link where Romney asked Dems to vote for him in the Michigan primary?

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 11:28 AM
What a joke you are...do you really expect us to believe you have a candidate? The rabid right has been encouraged, courted and empowered by the Tbagger crazies. We all lose because of it...there is no real discourse about our very real challenges...but the Republican Party is near extinction. Theocracy is not the way this country wants to go...the American Taliban is hateful and full of spite, just like their namesake.

Santorum and Romney each took 15 delegates...the deep south is next...it isn't hard to extrapolate, you can do it! Sanitorum will run strong with the dark force...Romney has taken the National lead now. Santorum is done.

And you think you HAVE a candidate? A chicken necked robot who wants elevated energy bills, higher gas prices and has divided this country in record-breaking fashion?

Good luck.........with that. ;) :lmao2:

Keyser Soze
03-01-2012, 12:02 PM
Romney has taken the National lead now. Santorum is done.

And you think you HAVE a candidate? A chicken necked robot who wants elevated energy bills, higher gas prices and has divided this country in record-breaking fashion?

Good luck.........with that. ;) :lmao2:
He wants that? I call that a neocon strategy if I ever heard one....like he'd want that in an election year...please. You and Breitbart...make it up and sell it as fact.

Bill Cosby
03-01-2012, 12:50 PM
I don't know. I just know Santorum ain't getting the nom.


Very unlikely now, he like the rest where out paced by the tortoise.

Bill Cosby
03-01-2012, 12:51 PM
Romney and Santorium essentially tied.

Thnx.......... What a mess..............:lmao2: :lmao2:

2T
03-01-2012, 08:19 PM
Ooops.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/02/democrat-mischief-liberal-voters-turn-out-in-attempt-to-topple-romney-in-michigan/

wow, 10 percent that's droves :lmao2:

Kanadesaga
03-01-2012, 08:45 PM
Romney has taken the National lead now. Santorum is done.

And you think you HAVE a candidate? A chicken necked robot who wants elevated energy bills, higher gas prices and has divided this country in record-breaking fashion?

Good luck.........with that. ;) :lmao2:

Do you ever listen to yourself? You sound,.......irrational, at best.

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 11:51 PM
wow, 10 percent that's droves :lmao2:Maybe you should contact ABC and suggest they edit the article.

California Chrome
03-01-2012, 11:52 PM
Do you ever listen to yourself? You sound,.......irrational, at best.Truth would seem irrational to a mindless Obamatron.

Me, not so much....

Bill Cosby
03-02-2012, 02:31 AM
Minty, as a side note/question, what are your feelings Santorum & what the newt will continue to do to mitt in his losing effort to get the nom??

California Chrome
03-02-2012, 07:27 AM
Minty, as a side note/question, what are your feelings Santorum & what the newt will continue to do to mitt in his losing effort to get the nom??They need to drop out of the race, especially after Super Tuesday.

Bill Cosby
03-02-2012, 01:36 PM
I would think it prudent for the party, but I don't think newt gives a shit about the party or anyone but himself........

2T
03-02-2012, 02:47 PM
Maybe you should contact ABC and suggest they edit the article.


so this character you play,, she doesn't have a brain either?