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2012-09-27 03:14:10 AM
FTA: At one point, Romney simply paused for almost a minute, basking in the glow of an adoring audience that wildly cheered the candidate throughout his 20-minute speech here.

o_o
 
2012-09-27 03:42:32 AM
I think the comments on Yahoo news may be some of the worst on the internet.
 
2012-09-27 03:43:05 AM

James F. Campbell: FTA: At one point, Romney simply paused for almost a minute, basking in the glow of an adoring audience that wildly cheered the candidate throughout his 20-minute speech here.

o_o


img855.imageshack.us

It is not going to be pretty when this reality distortion field collapses.
 
2012-09-27 03:46:28 AM
I wonder if it's too late for Ryan to get out.
 
2012-09-27 03:48:42 AM
A screenwriter really needs to create a retro-teen comedy about Mitt Romney during his high school and college years.

A laugh riot, it would be.
 
2012-09-27 03:54:55 AM
A few years ago California had a ballot measure to increase taxes on cigarettes by something like a dollar per pack. I was a very popular idea, and the polls showed that it was sure to win. Until a metric assload of advertising in the last 3 weeks before the election changed everything and the measure lost. Just sayin'.
 
2012-09-27 03:56:19 AM
The Beeb (BBC) had some Tory (party of Maggie Thatcher; Reagan's GF while POTUS) on this morning that said there's no question that a Romney/Ryan victory would be a fatal blow to the Republican party. So it wouldn't be all bad.
 
2012-09-27 04:00:11 AM

digistil: The Beeb (BBC) had some Tory (party of Maggie Thatcher; Reagan's GF while POTUS) on this morning that said there's no question that a Romney/Ryan victory would be a fatal blow to the Republican party. So it wouldn't be all bad.


Isn't that sort of like looking at a house fire and thinking "Well, at least it'll kill all the termites?"
 
2012-09-27 04:06:31 AM
Honestly, we should get ready for a Romney victory. I command everyone to put away at least one year's store of food and supplies now's a good time before the election to sew those sacred underwear so you can wear them again--into battle.

Make it so.
 
2012-09-27 04:10:28 AM

Notabunny: A few years ago California had a ballot measure to increase taxes on cigarettes by something like a dollar per pack. I was a very popular idea, and the polls showed that it was sure to win. Until a metric assload of advertising in the last 3 weeks before the election changed everything and the measure lost. Just sayin'.


It wasn't the commericals that made it loose, it was the fact that you can only tax cigarettes so many times. Like the states that fund their education on lottery, then people quit playing the lottery.

/non-smoker


Can't wait for those debates, Romney will have the most specifically nonspecific plan ever.
 
2012-09-27 04:21:26 AM
Dade County.

Nevar forget.
 
2012-09-27 04:21:41 AM

Bossk'sSegway: Notabunny: A few years ago California had a ballot measure to increase taxes on cigarettes by something like a dollar per pack. I was a very popular idea, and the polls showed that it was sure to win. Until a metric assload of advertising in the last 3 weeks before the election changed everything and the measure lost. Just sayin'.

It wasn't the commericals that made it loose, it was the fact that you can only tax cigarettes so many times. Like the states that fund their education on lottery, then people quit playing the lottery.

/non-smoker


Can't wait for those debates, Romney will have the most specifically nonspecific plan ever.


67% support in May. Then came $48 million in advertising from tobacco companies...

I can't imagine how frustrating it would be to debate Romney. How do you argue against somebody who will contradict himself minute by minute?
 
2012-09-27 04:31:41 AM
Well if they're gonna swing the election at this point, they better hurry and get those checkbooks out. Gonna take a lot more that $48 Mill to save their asses this time.
 
2012-09-27 04:31:58 AM
Romney sez he's gonna win Ohio?

[quizzicaldog]

*rechecks Silver's Blog to make sure reality didn't suffer some kind of radical seismic shift in the last 6 hours*

Nope.

Oh, Romney. When ya gonna stop lying?
 
2012-09-27 04:38:59 AM
Can we please just have Republicanism listed in the DSM-V as a psychotic disorder?
 
2012-09-27 04:51:58 AM
northcantonstem.org

o, hai there
 
2012-09-27 05:05:39 AM
If there is any slight of hand with the votes in Ohio, we will see riots. Either that, or we'll go back to watching TV.
 
2012-09-27 05:33:27 AM

crab66: I think the comments on Yahoo news may be some of the worst on the internet.


I would like to direct your attention to a site called "YouTube".
 
2012-09-27 05:39:47 AM
who are they going to blame when he loses? god? or their fellow mormons not trying hard enough? starve more, dammit!
 
2012-09-27 05:40:37 AM

Death Eats a Cracker: crab66: I think the comments on Yahoo news may be some of the worst on the internet.

I would like to direct your attention to a site called "YouTube".


imdb.com
 
2012-09-27 05:45:14 AM
er whoops, should have been one thread up.
 
2012-09-27 05:45:42 AM
Actually statements like this have me a little worried.
Diebold and the GOP basically stole Ohio in 2004.

With all the voter suppression laws and shiat, I think that unless Obama win by 5+ points, there is a good chance that the GOP could steal it. Especially if it comes down to one or two states.
 
2012-09-27 05:47:17 AM

twat_waffle: Can we please just have Republicanism listed in the DSM-V as a psychotic disorder?


Isn't psychopathy already in there?
 
2012-09-27 05:52:31 AM

Notabunny: I can't imagine how frustrating it would be to debate Romney. How do you argue against somebody who will contradict himself minute by minute?


One part

www.projectcensored.org

One part

cdn.breitbart.com

Two parts

www.alohapolitics.com
 
2012-09-27 06:09:35 AM
Just as the Mayans predicted.
 
2012-09-27 06:19:03 AM

Chariset: I wonder if it's too late for Ryan to get out.


Ryan is also campaigning for his House seat.
 
2012-09-27 06:27:22 AM

leohat: With all the voter suppression laws and shiat, I think that unless Obama win by 5+ points, there is a good chance that the GOP could steal it. Especially if it comes down to one or two states.


"[Voter ID] is going to allow Governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania," - Mike Turzai, Pennsylvania Republican House majority leader

Link w/ video
 
2012-09-27 06:47:51 AM

James F. Campbell: FTA: At one point, Romney simply paused for almost a minute, basking in the glow of an adoring audience that wildly cheered the candidate throughout his 20-minute speech here.

o_o


Republicans: this is what a messiah complex looks like.
 
2012-09-27 06:50:25 AM
you and i don't get to choose who sits on the throne but i'm voting any way.
 
2012-09-27 06:55:39 AM
There are no people in Hell. The Mormons baptised them all. That's how much they care.
 
2012-09-27 07:07:07 AM
Well, maybe if the GOP cheats and steals it for you, Mitt... Short of that, though, I wouldn't start picking out china patterns for the White House just yet.
 
2012-09-27 07:36:51 AM
We'll see. I expect Obama to take Ohio based on current polls, but polls change. There is still time for Obama to stumble or something to come in from left field that Obama has to deal with. Romney might do exceptionally well in his debate and swing some of the independent voters. The economy could stall, or Israel could launch an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities, or there might be a terrorist action that has an impact on the conversation about the office of the president and his actions in response to specific issues/incidents.
 
It's bad for anybody to presume that this election is already done and sealed. A lot of things can happen in the last few weeks before people head to the voting booths. The polls just tell us what would happen if the election were held today.
 
2012-09-27 07:49:11 AM

crab66: I think the comments on Yahoo news may be some of the worst on the internet.


Well, Yahoo is the first stop that all your retired crazy grandparents arrive in on the internet once they finally figure out that the newfangled computer box thingy can provide website options beyond just AOL and FWD:FWD:FWD:FWD:FWD emails.
 
2012-09-27 07:50:39 AM
"Polls go up, polls go down," Romney told ABC. "You can't explain that"
 
2012-09-27 07:54:21 AM
It's possible that he's just publicly denying (no politician likes to admit that his campaign is failing). It's possible that he lives in the same news bubble as the Limpballs listeners, where any poll that doesn't favor him is explained away as stacked for Democrats.
 
2012-09-27 08:09:45 AM

Notabunny: Bossk'sSegway: Notabunny: A few years ago California had a ballot measure to increase taxes on cigarettes by something like a dollar per pack. I was a very popular idea, and the polls showed that it was sure to win. Until a metric assload of advertising in the last 3 weeks before the election changed everything and the measure lost. Just sayin'.

It wasn't the commericals that made it loose, it was the fact that you can only tax cigarettes so many times. Like the states that fund their education on lottery, then people quit playing the lottery.

/non-smoker


Can't wait for those debates, Romney will have the most specifically nonspecific plan ever.

67% support in May. Then came $48 million in advertising from tobacco companies...

I can't imagine how frustrating it would be to debate Romney. How do you argue against somebody who will contradict himself minute by minute?


Ummm, easy, call him out on it. I highly doubt Romney will repeatedly contradict himself on live tv in front of billions. I don't like him at all, but I'm sure he'll be more prepared than that. I think the actual outcome will be he just says almost nothing substantial... nothing but vagueness and feel good statements, and escapes the debates with a indecisive loss that he'll claim as a resounding victory.
 
2012-09-27 08:19:47 AM
I thought I read that Kasich was touring with him, but talking about how wonderful the economy was in Ohio, which undercuts Mitt's argument.
 
2012-09-27 08:23:28 AM

Sm3agol85: Ummm, easy, call him out on it. I highly doubt Romney will repeatedly contradict himself on live tv in front of billions. I don't like him at all, but I'm sure he'll be more prepared than that. I think the actual outcome will be he just says almost nothing substantial... nothing but vagueness and feel good statements, and escapes the debates with a indecisive loss that he'll claim as a resounding victory.


At this point, all Obama has to do during the debates is not fart or belch and he'll do fine, just let The Mitt Show do his thing.

And even if Obama ripped a couple out, not so sure it's a bad thing anyway.
 
2012-09-27 08:29:19 AM
FTA: At one point, Romney simply paused for almost a minute, basking in the glow of an adoring audience that wildly cheered the candidate throughout his 20-minute speech here.

o_o


If you watch Barack Obama during a speech, whenever people start to cheer him too long, he tries to stop them from cheering or just shouts through it so that he can get back to speaking.

I know that if I went out to a rally where the main speaker spoke for 20 minutes and 5% of that time was taken up by people cheering for him, I'd be demanding my money back. Even if I didn't pay any money to get in.
 
2012-09-27 08:31:43 AM

Notabunny: I can't imagine how frustrating it would be to debate Romney. How do you argue against somebody who will contradict himself minute by minute?


I've found, in my experience arguing with people like that, the best plan is to just let them keep talking. Feed them more rope when they finish; a non-threatening question will keep them rambling. Repeat that process for several minutes until they've contradicted themselves several times. Then just start blatantly pointing out how this contradicts that, this contradicts that, until they interrupt you (which they nearly always do within the first sentence or two). You then rudely talk over them with something like "I've let you talk, uninterrupted, for the past several minutes. It would be nice if you could let me speak a couple sentences without interruption." Then continue until they interrupt again. Say something like "This isn't 3rd grade. Everyone hear sees that you think it's good to just talk over everyone. You've contradicted yourself several times, and now when someone starts pointing it out you think we don't realize that you're trying to stop anyone from pointing out the flaws in your position. That's insulting to me, and everyone else here. If we can't have an honest discussion then we're done here."
 
2012-09-27 08:37:33 AM

SmackLT: It's bad for anybody to presume that this election is already done and sealed. A lot of things can happen in the last few weeks before people head to the voting booths. The polls just tell us what would happen if the election were held today.


THIS.

And let's not forget that the country voting in this election is the same country that elected this guy:

urbantitan.com

. . . twice.
 
2012-09-27 08:45:31 AM
i706.photobucket.com
 
2012-09-27 08:49:53 AM

1stgenwhtrash: [northcantonstem.org image 392x67]

o, hai there


Amazingly, the latest derp I'm seeing is that SOROS owns the company that Obama is outsourcing the ballot-counting to.

Someone deserves to be punched in the dick over that one.
 
2012-09-27 08:51:58 AM

The Name: SmackLT: It's bad for anybody to presume that this election is already done and sealed. A lot of things can happen in the last few weeks before people head to the voting booths. The polls just tell us what would happen if the election were held today.

THIS.

And let's not forget that the country voting in this election is the same country that elected this guy:

[urbantitan.com image 840x824]

. . . twice once.


FTFY

/not saying that the election was stolen, but the popular vote went for Gore in 2000.
 
2012-09-27 08:59:26 AM
As a wise man once said, "Don't get cocky."

stefanbc.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-09-27 09:11:43 AM

BeesNuts: 1stgenwhtrash: [northcantonstem.org image 392x67]

o, hai there

Amazingly, the latest derp I'm seeing is that SOROS owns the company that Obama is outsourcing the ballot-counting to.

Someone deserves to be punched in the dick over that one.


You mean this derp? Snopes Link

In the interest of fairness I searched for the Snopes article debunking the Diebold conspiracy theory and couldn't find it. Can anyone link that for me?
 
2012-09-27 09:12:58 AM
The Toledo area is one of the most consistently liberal areas of Ohio. The crowd of 3000 he spoke before are Republican True Believers who feel isolare. It's not surprising they would cheer Mitt. He's got all the raw sex appeal of Pat Boone.
 
2012-09-27 09:13:35 AM

DeaH: The Toledo area is one of the most consistently liberal areas of Ohio. The crowd of 3000 he spoke before are Republican True Believers who feel isolare. It's not surprising they would cheer Mitt. He's got all the raw sex appeal of Pat Boone.


Not isolare - isolated.
 
2012-09-27 09:17:34 AM
Life inside the bubble.
 
2012-09-27 09:17:43 AM
itmakessenseblog.com
 
2012-09-27 09:26:48 AM

SmackLT: We'll see. I expect Obama to take Ohio based on current polls, but polls change. There is still time for Obama to stumble or something to come in from left field that Obama has to deal with. Romney might do exceptionally well in his debate and swing some of the independent voters. The economy could stall, or Israel could launch an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities, or there might be a terrorist action that has an impact on the conversation about the office of the president and his actions in response to specific issues/incidents.
 
It's bad for anybody to presume that this election is already done and sealed. A lot of things can happen in the last few weeks before people head to the voting booths. The polls just tell us what would happen if the election were held today.


Romney has sliding in the polls because he's been acting like a buffoon. China foreclosing on US debt, a Russian invasion and/or the first contact with an alien civilization won't garner Romney any additional credibility as a potential POTUS.
 
2012-09-27 09:31:28 AM

Brick-House: You're going down.



Then isn't he facing the wrong way?
 
2012-09-27 09:31:30 AM

mrshowrules: Romney has sliding in the polls because he's been acting like a buffoon. China foreclosing on US debt, a Russian invasion and/or the first contact with an alien civilization won't garner Romney any additional credibility as a potential POTUS.


If the aliens were Ferengi it might help him.
 
2012-09-27 09:35:34 AM
"Polls go up, polls go down," Romney told ABC.

One of the few things he's gotten right this election season. Polls are currently going up for Obama and down for Romney.
 
2012-09-27 09:36:56 AM

Chariset: I wonder if it's too late for Ryan to get out.



I was wondering this last night. He'll be hailed by the Right and Sarah Palin as a forward-thinking maverick.
 
2012-09-27 09:43:50 AM
 
2012-09-27 09:47:14 AM

Rev. Skarekroe: As a wise man once said, "Don't get cocky."

[stefanbc.files.wordpress.com image 500x282]


0.tqn.com
"Don't get penisie, kid."
 
2012-09-27 09:47:22 AM

Notabunny: A few years ago California had a ballot measure to increase taxes on cigarettes by something like a dollar per pack. I was a very popular idea, and the polls showed that it was sure to win. Until a metric assload of advertising in the last 3 weeks before the election changed everything and the measure lost. Just sayin'.


I live in Virginia. I'm pretty much expecting wall-to-wall Romney commercials on every channel starting around mid-October.
 
2012-09-27 09:52:23 AM

James F. Campbell: FTA: At one point, Romney simply paused for almost a minute, basking in the glow of an adoring audience that wildly cheered the candidate throughout his 20-minute speech here.

o_o


Odds are this author attacks Obama supporters as worshipping a messiah.
 
2012-09-27 10:03:02 AM
At this point I think the Republican leadership honestly knew none of the primary candidates had a chance.....they were looking to groom Ryan for the spot in 2016.
 
2012-09-27 10:32:02 AM

LessO2: Sm3agol85: Ummm, easy, call him out on it. I highly doubt Romney will repeatedly contradict himself on live tv in front of billions. I don't like him at all, but I'm sure he'll be more prepared than that. I think the actual outcome will be he just says almost nothing substantial... nothing but vagueness and feel good statements, and escapes the debates with a indecisive loss that he'll claim as a resounding victory.

At this point, all Obama has to do during the debates is not fart or belch and he'll do fine, just let The Mitt Show do his thing.

And even if Obama ripped a couple out, not so sure it's a bad thing anyway.


Yeah, he should lay off that homemade beer before the debates.
 
2012-09-27 10:32:48 AM

DeaH: The Toledo area is one of the most consistently liberal areas of Ohio. The crowd of 3000 he spoke before are Republican True Believers who feel isolare. It's not surprising they would cheer Mitt. He's got all the raw sex appeal of Pat Boone.


Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup. We're gonna elect Marcy again by a huge margin too. The derpers around home are pretty minimal. Look at all the support 'ol Joey da Plumber has.
They are doing their goddamnest to disenfranchise voters. This week Plunderbund reported that some Tea Tard Lawyer in Columbus challenged 296 OSU Students who had just registered to vote. The Franklin County board of elections held a hearing and she waltzes in there, rolling her eyes at a few students who had come down to testify. In the end the board denied her challenges and told her to, more or less, get bent.

Tea Party idiot gets shot down

They're challenging the right to vote of young voters and minorities in major urban areas.

Shiatbags trying to screw up my state

They repeat the same bullshiat that I keep hearing about voter fraud. It's disgusting.
 
2012-09-27 10:37:38 AM
Romney's comments came as he wrapped up a quick bus tour in Ohio with a rally at a convention center here-vowing he will create new jobs and turn the economy around "when I become president."

At least someone in the media is subtly trying to point out that he produces no actual plan other than "elect me". I was worried that this wouldn't happen with anyone except the obvious. Wonder how long until this story is blasted as "yellow journalism"?
 
2012-09-27 11:44:09 AM

mrshowrules: Romney has sliding in the polls because he's been acting like a buffoon. China foreclosing on US debt, a Russian invasion and/or the first contact with an alien civilization won't garner Romney any additional credibility as a potential POTUS.


You call him a buffoon, and that's your opinion on the man, but you're assuming that everybody else sees him through the same prism, and a lot of them don't. The message that they hear (and believe) is that he's a successful businessman and his business experience resonates with them during a bad economy. That a country cannot be governed identically to the way a business is run doesn't strike them. And I think it's naive to believe that it is impossible for anything to change public opinion between now and then. The electorate can be a fickle bunch and it's unwise to give them more credit than they deserve.
 
2012-09-27 11:45:35 AM

Dinki: "Polls go up, polls go down," Romney told ABC. "You can't explain that"


Farking polls -- how do they work?
 
2012-09-27 11:54:41 AM

crab66: I think the comments on Yahoo news may be some of the worst on the internet.


no! It's the most fun place to troll
 
2012-09-27 11:59:11 AM

Citrate1007: At this point I think the Republican leadership honestly knew none of the primary candidates had a chance.....they were looking to groom Ryan for the spot in 2016.


And now that plan has been shot to hell...
 
2012-09-27 12:50:20 PM

SmackLT: mrshowrules: Romney has sliding in the polls because he's been acting like a buffoon. China foreclosing on US debt, a Russian invasion and/or the first contact with an alien civilization won't garner Romney any additional credibility as a potential POTUS.

You call him a buffoon, and that's your opinion on the man, but you're assuming that everybody else sees him through the same prism, and a lot of them don't. The message that they hear (and believe) is that he's a successful businessman and his business experience resonates with them during a bad economy. That a country cannot be governed identically to the way a business is run doesn't strike them. And I think it's naive to believe that it is impossible for anything to change public opinion between now and then. The electorate can be a fickle bunch and it's unwise to give them more credit than they deserve.


He was seen as a successful and intelligent business man in the Spring by most Americans. He was seen as a successful and greedy business man over the summer. He is now seen as a politically clumsy businessman who doesn't really care about all Americans today.

Sure it is my opinion but Republicans themselves start saying things like "Sweet Jesus" and his own campaign say that he "misspoke" or "spoke inelegantly". Let's just say my opinion that he is currently acting like a buffoon is shared by a growing number of people and can be supported by citations.
 
2012-09-27 12:51:12 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: mrshowrules: Romney has sliding in the polls because he's been acting like a buffoon. China foreclosing on US debt, a Russian invasion and/or the first contact with an alien civilization won't garner Romney any additional credibility as a potential POTUS.

If the aliens were Ferengi it might help him.


Have you seen Obama'a ears?
 
2012-09-27 02:05:12 PM

1stgenwhtrash: [northcantonstem.org image 392x67]

o, hai there


Oh fark that shiat I heard the same Lib Concern Trolling in '08 and guess what Obama still stomped McCain and won Ohio.

That Diebold crap only works if the election is close in '00 and '04 which is highly unlikely it's going to happen.
 
2012-09-27 03:41:14 PM

1stgenwhtrash: BeesNuts: 1stgenwhtrash: [northcantonstem.org image 392x67]

o, hai there

Amazingly, the latest derp I'm seeing is that SOROS owns the company that Obama is outsourcing the ballot-counting to.

Someone deserves to be punched in the dick over that one.

You mean this derp? Snopes Link

In the interest of fairness I searched for the Snopes article debunking the Diebold conspiracy theory and couldn't find it. Can anyone link that for me?


Winner winner chicken dinner!

What's funny to me is that it's an obvious *response* to the diebold conspiracy theory. I don't even think there's a schoolyard precedent set for that kind of brazen NO U-ing.
 
2012-09-27 04:29:16 PM

skykid: 1stgenwhtrash: [northcantonstem.org image 392x67]

o, hai there

Oh fark that shiat I heard the same Lib Concern Trolling in '08 and guess what Obama still stomped McCain and won Ohio.

That Diebold crap only works if the election is close in '00 and '04 which is highly unlikely it's going to happen.


JAQ
 
2012-09-27 04:29:37 PM

LordJiro: twat_waffle: Can we please just have Republicanism listed in the DSM-V as a psychotic disorder?

Isn't psychopathy already in there?


Sociopaths are not psychotic.
 
2012-09-27 05:05:48 PM
He is every bit as delusional as the people who think he would make a good President.
 
2012-09-27 07:35:43 PM

mrshowrules: He was seen as a successful and intelligent business man in the Spring by most Americans. He was seen as a successful and greedy business man over the summer. He is now seen as a politically clumsy businessman who doesn't really care about all Americans today.

Sure it is my opinion but Republicans themselves start saying things like "Sweet Jesus" and his own campaign say that he "misspoke" or "spoke inelegantly". Let's just say my opinion that he is currently acting like a buffoon is shared by a growing number of people and can be supported by citations.


He's not doing well, but I stand by my assertion that a lot of moderate voters that I know aren't seeing him that way. Believe me, I'm not defending him. The only challenger that interested me at all was Jon Huntsman, and he didn't last long in the primary race. What I'm saying is that I know a lot of people looking at a crappy economy and believing that if Obama didn't specifically cause it, he didn't do enough to turn things around quickly. Hopefully, Obama gets a second term and the economy improves noticeably to a broader group of moderates, and his policies get proper credit.
 
2012-09-27 07:51:31 PM

SmackLT:

He's not doing well, but I stand by my assertion that a lot of moderate voters that I know aren't seeing him that way. Believe me, I'm not defending him. The only challenger that interested me at all was Jon Huntsman, and he didn't last long in the primary race. What I'm saying is that I know a lot of people looking at a crappy economy and believing that if Obama didn't specifically cause it, he didn't do enough to turn things around quickly. Hopefully, Obama gets a second term and the economy improves noticeably to a broader group of moderates, and his policies get proper credit.


I suppose I could see not voting for Obama because he hasn't done enough to turn things around. But has Mittens said ANYTHING at all to give the impression that he'd do any better? Hell, he doesn't even have charisma to fall back on.
 
2012-09-27 08:30:08 PM

Old enough to know better: I suppose I could see not voting for Obama because he hasn't done enough to turn things around. But has Mittens said ANYTHING at all to give the impression that he'd do any better? Hell, he doesn't even have charisma to fall back on.


If it's based on charisma then Obama has already won it. However, some people haven't listened to as much of Romney's speaking as you have, and they only hear "successful businessman". They haven't looked deeper into the full meaning of how that success was achieved. All I'm saying is that I'm not calling it with 0% of the precincts reporting. The electorate isn't necessarily as decided as you are or I am. 
 
2012-09-28 12:45:47 AM

Death Eats a Cracker: crab66: I think the comments on Yahoo news may be some of the worst on the internet.

I would like to direct your attention to a site called "YouTube".


Which is why "herp derp" is quite possibly the best firefox ad-on of all time
 
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