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After the election of President Barack Obama, the Republicans made a public proclamation that their No. 1 priority was to make Obama a one-term president. Their top priority wasn't to balance the budget or rejuvenate the economy, bring peace in the Middle East or attempt to solve the problems in our medical care. Their priority one became an all-out attempt to obstruct the president, not to do what the country needed or requiredIn the two years that President Obama had a Democratic majority in Congress, it was all-out filibuster in the Senate. Even the president's appointments were filibustered so that a 60-vote majority was required, allowing the Republicans to obstruct virtually everything.
Mitt Romney is beginning to announce what he intends to do. He wants to give more tax breaks to the wealthy and eliminate any programs that benefit any wage-earner or average American. Any wage-earner who votes for Romney is straitght nuts
 

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After the election of President Barack Obama, the Republicans made a public proclamation that their No. 1 priority was to make Obama a one-term president. Their top priority wasn't to balance the budget or rejuvenate the economy, bring peace in the Middle East or attempt to solve the problems in our medical care. Their priority one became an all-out attempt to obstruct the president, not to do what the country needed or requiredIn the two years that President Obama had a Democratic majority in Congress, it was all-out filibuster in the Senate. Even the president's appointments were filibustered so that a 60-vote majority was required, allowing the Republicans to obstruct virtually everything.
Mitt Romney is beginning to announce what he intends to do. He wants to give more tax breaks to the wealthy and eliminate any programs that benefit any wage-earner or average American. Any wage-earner who votes for Romney is straitght nuts

aaah, what's your point genius.
 

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Your' entire post is based on the premise that O is doing the right things, or attempting to do the right things for this Country.

Many will disagree, and believe it is a very good thing that he is stalemated as much as possible.
 

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I shouldn't even respond, but I have 30 seconds to piss away on a libtard so here goes.
When romney wins with 55% or more of the vote does that mean that the majority of voters are nuts? He's gonna win, likely in a landslide. Accept it.
I'd rather be nuts than a brain dead retard....which is what ANYONE who votes for the mutt nobama is.
 

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After the election of President Barack Obama, the Republicans made a public proclamation that their No. 1 priority was to make Obama a one-term president. Their top priority wasn't to balance the budget or rejuvenate the economy, bring peace in the Middle East or attempt to solve the problems in our medical care. Their priority one became an all-out attempt to obstruct the president, not to do what the country needed or requiredIn the two years that President Obama had a Democratic majority in Congress, it was all-out filibuster in the Senate. Even the president's appointments were filibustered so that a 60-vote majority was required, allowing the Republicans to obstruct virtually everything.
Mitt Romney is beginning to announce what he intends to do. He wants to give more tax breaks to the wealthy and eliminate any programs that benefit any wage-earner or average American. Any wage-earner who votes for Romney is straitght nuts
I will say straight up now you aren't ram or anyone else. You are a far left blinders on guy just as much as the far right guys here. Downright nuts. Your first paragraph is complete crap. The GOP has tried to present their own budgets and own ideas on fixing things. They were simply ignored. To say they were just obstructing everything is pure fiction just because they wanted to do it differently.

Your second paragraph is even more nuts than the first. Please direct me to the extremist statements Romney has made against wage earners and where he plans to eliminate anything helping average americans.

Opinion post. And in return you get mine. You have your head crammed so far up obamas ass that you are just as blind as the true Obama haters here. Hello and welcome to the same group of people that push the birther agenda. You are just as nuts and extreme.
 

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My wife and I have taken a big cut in wages so how am I nuts to vote for Romney,millions are unemployed,never in history has there been so many on food stamps,and this Jackass has almost spent 5 Trillion in less then four years,you got to be brain dead to vote for ZERO again,at least Zombe is voting for Johnson........Any body but Obama 2012
 

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After the election of President Barack Obama, the Republicans made a public proclamation that their No. 1 priority was to make Obama a one-term president. Their top priority wasn't to balance the budget or rejuvenate the economy, bring peace in the Middle East or attempt to solve the problems in our medical care. Their priority one became an all-out attempt to obstruct the president, not to do what the country needed or requiredIn the two years that President Obama had a Democratic majority in Congress, it was all-out filibuster in the Senate. Even the president's appointments were filibustered so that a 60-vote majority was required, allowing the Republicans to obstruct virtually everything.
Mitt Romney is beginning to announce what he intends to do. He wants to give more tax breaks to the wealthy and eliminate any programs that benefit any wage-earner or average American. Any wage-earner who votes for Romney is straitght nuts
Hey moron answer this for me. In order for the Rep to balance the budget, fix our medical care system, or rejuvenate the economy. Wouldn't the first thing they would have to do is get rid of O and elect a Pres who was willing to sign bills that actually fixed the problems rather than create Gov takeovers and continue to make the economy and energy prices worse And priority 2 would be to win the Senate. Then they can actually do something. Only whacko's like you actually believe this obstroction BS. Funny how if the Dems don't like the the bills passed by the house and Reid just throws the bills in the corner not letting anyone look at them in the Senate it's not obstructionism. You really are a peety little delusional, waste of skin, oxygen thief.:duh::duh:
 

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Damouse.....another drive-by poster with absolutly nothing of value to contribute. His blatherings are nothing but the fabrications and fantisies of an uninformed, demented and small mind, Respond at your own risk.:no:
 
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