"He has set in place policies to allow swift nationalization of all of the
water and transportation resources in the country"Quite the
inflammatory statement Kyle. Care to back it up with any credible facts? OK,
how about just ONE fact. (let me guess. You referring to Executive order 12919?
Too funny.)Some of you on the far right must spend hours and hours
fretting over all of the delusional and false premisses that you forward on to
each other. How about spending 5 minutes researching some of the outlandish
claims that you are so concerned about.You just may find out that
they are completely FALSE and save yourself the embarrassment of forwarding
erroneous information to you entire contact list.I truly believe
that you would rather be outraged by lies than comforted with the truth.
Mr. Woodruff makes the following claim as fact. The "his" is president
Obama."Not one member of Congress has supported his proposed
budgets."Is the above statement factually accurate? OrIs the above statement an opinion of Mr. Woodruff that is not
Remember that so-called "liberals" are really conservative people who
refuse to allow anyone to fool them.Mr. Woodruff has been fooled
Wow... Just... Wwwooooowwww...Just because you can quote some Star
Wars line doesn't mean that you have any credibility or that your letter is
any less false.
"The gap between the middle and upper class has expanded, and the lower
class has expanded."This is Obama's fault? And Romney will
fix this? LOL.The DNews must be a little low on letters.
"The gap between the middle and upper class has expanded, and the lower
class has expanded."And Romney plans to solve this by giving
more tax breaks to the rich? Genius.
William Gronberg>>"Not one member of Congress has supported
his proposed budgets." Is the above statement >factually accurate? Exactly right, Mr. Gronberg. Very well done indeed. Yes, that does sound
strange, doesn't it? It would be historically unprecedented. And in fact,
it's utter nonsense. Senator Jeff Sessions, R-Ala, got his staff to
throw together some fifty page piece of nonsense, called it "President
Obama's budget", and got a floor vote on it. It was an election year
stunt, nothing more, nothing less. Rick Mulvaney, R-SC pulled off similar
nonsense in the House. And it was those two phony 'budgets' that were
unanimously voted down. Jake Tapper of ABC News has the story: just Google
"unanimous vote against Obama budget". We might wonder why, given
the challenges our country faces, Republicans in Congress would waste
everyone's time with this sort of stupidity. But let's be clear:
President Obama has a very detailed budget proposal that Republicans refuse to
even allow out of committee. Instead, they play silly games.
this would really read as quite convincing argument against reelecting the
president if any of it where actually true. The only fact in the whole letter is
that the gap between the rich and the poor has grown the rest of it pure lies.
Nice to see the DN has no issue with allowing people to bare false witness
Ah Eric, you must just wait for any positive letter about Romney to pounce! The writer was correct! Obama's budget did not get one dem or repub
vote! You know all you have to do is look it up. Even that dem lover harry reid
didn't vote for it. Wow! Let's go over a few successes of
obama!Sky rocketing energy prices, which he said would happen!More
dependent on foreign oil which will make us less safe!Fast & furious!
Boy that investigation might just take a few more years. 300 Mexicans killed.Sucking up to the ME & believing that they love us & not wanting to
hurt their feelings so we leave a consulate unprotected.Sending people out
to lie about the video.Not facing Amer people, but going on the view,
letterman, nickolodean.Hardest ?'s he got were from Telemundo!Lousy debate! Man is that the leader of the free world? Don't think
so.BTW, 70% of chevy volts are manufactured in China!Obama has stock
in green co outsourced to China!
Kyle Woodruff claims "Mitt Romney got the Olympics out of debt"Mitt Romney says "No matter how well we did cutting costs and raising
revenue, we couldn't have Games without the support of the federal
>Star BrightThe writer is not correct, nor are you. I gave my source:
the facts are not in dispute. The Obama budget has not been voted on. The
phony "Obama budget" ginned up by Jeff Sessions as an election year
stunt was the thing that got no support. While we're at it, I did
not 'wait for a pro-Romney letter' to pounce. Mr. Woodruff's DN
letter consisted of nine sentences, eight of which attacked President Obama.
Only one sentence supported Governor Romney (a man I respect and admire, and
could see voting for if his economic proposals were even remotely plausible). I
was defending the President of the United States against false and malicious
charges. Seemed like the patriotic thing to do. As to your charges
against President Obama, I would add that Presidents have very little to do with
gas and oil prices, which are fungible international commodities, that the
President's energy policies will reduce our reliance on foreign oil, and
that Chevrolet has manufactured approximately 30,000 Volts, all in the US,
24,000 of which have been sold in America. But why confuse a good rant with
Star BrightPasteing rush limbaughs thoughts doesn't make it any more
factual.Bet you can't wait to copy and paste those half truths and
opinions as facts when mitwit is in the spotlight.
Sometimes the aim is to spread a torrent of nonsense so that the other side will
just roll over out of sheer exhaustion. It's not a question of dealing
with facts. You just let loose the wheelbarrow and dump the manure in the
middle of the discussion.Repeating ad naseum the talking points
developed by a group of hacks sitting in a room somewhere coming up with this
malarkey tells us alot about politics today. Having to refute the claims all
the time, restating facts where necessary, oftentimes where such thinking is
prevalent, is like swimming against a tide of irrationality.
" . . . has declared non-wars that assisted in the overthrowing of several
governments . . . "Where do you get this stuff? What is a
"declared non-war"? And what "several" governments,
specifically, did the United States actively assist to overthrow? Libya?
Certainly not Egypt or Tunisia. And there are no other governments one can
think of that went through a change of government unless it includes those which
had a democratic election and therefore changed government by a
"non-war" process. Would you rather have a "declared
war" with young men and women fighting to overthrow whomever you don't
like? Do you want to invade Syria? What about Iran?
@starSo Eric sighted sources for his comments care to sight any sources to
support any of your false claims or should we just file your comment where we
filed the letter?
Pretty sure this letter was written by Herman Cain since "The power of
one" is the name of the song his Pokemon movie quote was from.
Let’s not forget BO’s open mike comment to the Russians that after
the election he will have greater flexibility – that is, he will not be
answerable to anybody.WilliamWhen BO’s budget was voted
on in the senate, it got no votes.Maverick,Actually Romney has
proposed a 20% tax cut for the middle class.Hatter“Repeating ad naseum the talking points developed by a group of hacks
sitting in a room somewhere” Please help me out, are you talking about
the BO campaign or the pro-BO superpacs?
That's right. President promised to not only fix the economy, but heal the
whole earth, and when he turns out to be a failure on pretty much everything,
blame Rush. Brilliant! I would love to see the citations for the
real and fake BO budgets. The votes of Congress are available online. Where can
the budgets be found?
>Lost in DCHave you not followed this thread at all? President
Obama's budget never got out of committee due to Republican filibuster
threats. The bill that got zero votes was Jeff Sessions election year stunt,
which he called 'President Obama's budget.' I cited my source,
the facts are not in dispute. This talking point is dead; stop poking it with a