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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Nalapombu, Sep 28, 2012.
Awesome! But you can stop by some to talk about your guns.
I hope he wins. I would hate to see what our country will look like after 4 more years of the socialist Obama.
If there is any way the forces of evil can steal it for Obama, they will.
Intrade 61.8% Obama 31.8% Romney
Put your money where your mouth is.
now at 68% to 32%
You guys talk about guns around here ???
Did you want Romney to be the GOP pick? Answer honestly, because I need a laugh.
I think if it remains close, Romney will win. There is a silent majority when it comes to politics. Being conservative isn't "cool." Just look at the mainstream media: NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN all lean left. Fox only leans right. The silent majority showed up to reelect Scott Walker in WI by an even greater margin than the first election. I think it will happen in the presidential election too.
My Lord that rant from Trew about his daughters precious abortion "rights" made me throw up a bit. After reading your rant I wondered if you even understand how laws are made in this country because it doesn't appear you do.
I would think that you'd be more worried whether your daughters will grow up in a 3rd world cesspool that is buried in a mountain of Socialist debt. Maybe they'll get a look at what a Misery Index is. Then when they come to you and ask what you did when there was still something that could've been done to fix it you can explain to them how you were more concerned about the sanctity of their uterus.
Great to see the FemiNazis have infiltrated GT. You live long enough I guess you'll see anything!
Just make us all a promise that you'll uphold your end if Romney wins.
My question is do you not care about the Socialist debt that Romney supports?
News flash, no other GOP candidate would have taken it to Obama the way Romney did. The man is a conservative, true conservative, but he's proven to be pragmatic as well when he needs to be. That is the recipe for a great president, but perhaps you didn't think Reagan was a great president, some people there is no pleasing I guess.
true conservative? the man changes positions on issues more often than he changes his holy underwear. You are grasping at straws trying to find any way you can to justify supporting Romney. Comparing him to Reagan just makes you look desperate, comparing him to Nixon would be more appropriate.
If you actually listened to what he said it would become obvious he's conservative. Why don't you give an example of sometjinf he's changed his position on, since this is your knock on him.
And FYI, Ronald Reagan was a democrat at one time and the governor of Kommiefornia. Perhaps you need to wake up and open your eyes.
Abortion, hunting, Reagan, don't ask don't tell, vietnam, gun control, health care reform, climate change, bush tax cuts, tax pledges, flip-flopping
If the man actually had a back bone and made his real opinions clear I might respect him, probably still wouldn't support him but atleast I would respect him. As of now he has neither.
Wow, the rolling stones... Great source, not bias at all. Lmao
Cite a legit source, then we can discuss. Takin someone out of context is lame, anyone could do that and paint anyone the way they'd like.
It doesn't matter what the source is if the facts are there
Here Comes The Landslide For Romney
In addition in the Senate - Eight GOP takeaways and two giveaways for a net gain of six. A 53-47 Senate, just like we have now, only opposite.
Barack Obama’s parting gift to the Democratic Party.
Full analysis at:
Romney wins in a landslide easily.
If you read to the end, you'll see the key is turnout. We need to vote to make the change. We early voted yesterday and ,y wife actually danced in the street outside our polling place! We can end this nightmare!
Yes, I really do think Romney will win.
Obama won in 2008 due to his promised "Hope and Change". People from all over turned out to make that a reality, and make history for electing the first black President. In 2008, it was the "cool" thing to vote for Obama.
Fast forward to 2012, where voting for Obama isn't quite as cool, and where we are still waiting for the promised hope and change. The turnout is guaranteed to not be as large, since it's not a huge, history making event this time around.