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(Daily Kos)   Why hasn't Romney talked about his record managing emergencies? Because as Governor, he vetoed a flood prevention project for a town that later flooded, then ignored requests for help from a second flooded town   (dailykos.com) divider line 271
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2012-10-30 08:39:28 PM

The Jami Turman Fan Club: Noam Chimpsky: I sense a contradiction of libtardian talking points. Libs used to make the argument that kids from typical Democrat ( minority and single mother ) families were disadvantaged and needed more resources to compete with kids from typical Republican ( white mom and dad ) families. Now you're saying those kids from Democrat families are way more educated than the kids from Republican families. I guess we can quit agitating for more school dollars for typical Democrat areas, now?

I'm curious. Where did you hear that more single moms were Democrats? Do you have numbers to back this up?


My mom was a die-hard Libertarian. At least until she figured out Rand was a raving lunatic.
 
2012-10-30 08:39:34 PM

Animatronik: This is a lame, one-sided attempt by Obamafanatics to exploit a natural disaster.

If we continue as we have been, we wont have to worry about Federal disaster relief because there wont be any federal money for it.



You would have more of a point if Romney proposed doing anything different. He has not laid out a single policy difference, well other than ending FEMA, Planned Parenthood, PBS and Roe V Wade.
 
2012-10-30 08:40:32 PM

Jackson Herring: Jesus you people actually farking think he is posting in earnest? Maybe he is right, you ARE retarded


www.netlore.ru
 
2012-10-30 08:40:36 PM

ck819: Honest, non trolling question. I'm not on here a lot so I really don't know...

Why are most farkers liberals?


My guess is that there are a lot easier targets for conservatives to take over, so they just gravitate towards those.
 
2012-10-30 08:40:47 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Weaver95: MaudlinMutantMollusk: He did send a busload of bootstraps, so there's that

so how did it feel to spend a moment inside my head?

Is that what it was?

/I thought I'd finally gotten one of those LSD flashbacks I was promised
//lyin' bestids


Nope, that was an LDS flashback.
 
2012-10-30 08:40:52 PM

Weaver95: Noam Chimpsky: ck819: Honest, non trolling question. I'm not on here a lot so I really don't know...

Why are most farkers liberals?

Because most conservatives can't tolerate so much stupidity. I've donated my time to help out the retarded and other special needs types in the past so I've developed a strong tolerance and sort of an amusement to the liberal psychopathy. This is true, not being sarcastic. I can understand most conservatives' repulsion to it, though. You will lose a few IQ points debating these folks, but I had plenty to spare.

case in point - if you aren't with him, you're against him. no grey areas, no compromise - completely black and white thinking.


That seems to be the principal difference between conservatives and liberals. Conservatives see everything in black-and-white, binary way. That view is great for decision making, since most decisions are rather definite: either go or not go, buy or not buy, etc. However it's very ineffective in modeling reality. Reality is a continuum, a spectrum of infinite possibilities. Liberals see reality as it is: infinite possibilities. They see the fine gradients in 1080p HD and not 8-bit greyscale. That's reality. But, the weakness is evaluating and making decisions. Liberals do tend to take a lot more time to contemplate and assess before making a decision. It's almost ent-ish in considering the possibilities and outcomes.

What would be a great leader is someone who views the world with a liberal's eye and someone who can execute and make decisions with a conservative's spine.

Unfortunately, the current crop of GOPs have the conservative's black-and-white view of the world and the liberal's decision-making skills. In regards to decision-making, their method is a rather simple one: whatever Obama would do, do the opposite. The current crop of GOPs' only skill is snickering: finding fault in the most meaningless action of Obama. They're really good at that. If Obama walks with his left foot first, they'll complain that he's a lefty communist. If Obama walks with his right foot first, they'll complain that he views the right as below him. To the GOP, no action or inaction by Obama is ever correct or wise.
 
2012-10-30 08:41:06 PM

coyo: Animatronik: This is a lame, one-sided attempt by Obamafanatics to exploit a natural disaster.

If we continue as we have been, we wont have to worry about Federal disaster relief because there wont be any federal money for it.


You would have more of a point if Romney proposed doing anything different. He has not laid out a single policy difference, well other than ending FEMA, Planned Parenthood, PBS and Roe V Wade.


Or you could be a Poe and I have been tricked.
 
2012-10-30 08:41:36 PM

Noam Chimpsky: Should you be able to build a house or a town anywhere and the governor should be obligated to protect it from flooding? Massachusetts has lots of areas that aren't wise places to put a town or a house. Same can be said for every state.


Apparently all of Essex, Middlesex and Suffolk Counties.

/*rolls eyes*
 
2012-10-30 08:42:39 PM

JohnnyC: TV's Vinnie: Just lookit those crowds!

It isn't like Romney is very popular here in Michigan... I'm sure tens of people couldn't wait to have Mitt lie to them personally.


But... but... I was told that MI is still up for grabs: "Michigan: 51-48 Romney -- the surprise of the night, Romney's home state ties are more key than Obama's claims to have "saved" the domestic auto industry"

/planning on laughing SO hard at unskewed on Nov. 7th
 
2012-10-30 08:42:41 PM

Animatronik: This is a lame, one-sided attempt by Obamafanatics to exploit a natural disaster.


You're a joke... a bad joke.

So how does it feel to be a bad joke? I've always tried to avoid being seen as a joke, especially a bad one, but you seem determined to be the worst joke you can be. I really don't understand the logic behind your choice to be a bad joke.
 
2012-10-30 08:43:56 PM
I'm a 65 year-old fundamentalist baptist and I'm voting for Obama.
 
2012-10-30 08:44:35 PM

MyRandomName: So what is the excuse for the last 10 years since Romney was governor?


Who cares. This is about Romney's record. Nice try at the deflection though.
 
2012-10-30 08:46:04 PM

shanrick: I'm a 65 year-old fundamentalist baptist and I'm voting for Obama.


Probably because you think that Mormons and Satanists are one and the same.
 
2012-10-30 08:46:12 PM

ck819: Thanks for the responses.

I just noticed most of the political headlines were anti Romney, pro Obama and most of the posts the same. No bias. Maybe my question should have been "why are most farkers pro Obama?"


The alternative to Obama is a greedy, lying asshole with mild autism. The Republican party is dominated by anti-intellectual lunatics waiting for the rapture and amoral Ayn Rand disciples, and Romney is a spineless wimp afraid to stand up to any of them.

I'm not pro-obama; I'm anti-romney.

But for the record, I am a proud liberal.
 
2012-10-30 08:47:33 PM
Now that I'm nicely baked. As an older Farker, I say to you, Who really seriously gives a rats ass about any of it?
Seriously, you're here because you're bored.
Everything follows after that.

I'm just here because I'm stoned and obnoxious.
And now I'm not.

Laters Drew pay checks.
 
2012-10-30 08:47:35 PM
I just noticed most of the political headlines were anti Romney, pro Obama

Hahahhhhhhahaahahahah
 
2012-10-30 08:47:35 PM
Obviously he was too busy getting contracts in China to make his campaign hats
i1128.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-30 08:50:21 PM

mrshowrules: Nadie_AZ: This warmed the cockles of the talkers' hearts at Fox News, of course, where no one doubted that Romney was not, repeat NOT campaigning. He was just helping box up some canned goods to help in the relief effort, and, heavens, if some photographers or some voters happened to be nearby, that was swell too.

Doesn't sound beyond the scope of logic. BUT

But had anyone at the Romney campaign bothered to ask the Red Cross, they would have been informed that collecting canned is exactly what they don't need.

From their site:

The American Red Cross does not accept or solicit small quantities of individual donations of items for emergency relief purposes. Items such as collections of food, used clothing, and shoes often must be cleaned, sorted, and repackaged which impedes the valuable resources of money, time, and personnel that are needed for other aspects of our relief operation.

Link

There are dipshiats where I work which are collecting grocery store bags which they weave into this shiatty mats which they apparently are donating to Haiti because there is apparently a shortage of shiatty mats there and they lack the labour force to weave plastic bags into mats.

I'm not joking. They have collection bins on every floor and several employees are doing the weaving and I assume someone is paying the post to get them to Haiti. Well paid employees also.

I shake my head. If employees instead donated their time spent doing this in salary dollars they could probably pay to build a decent sized health clinic or school house in Haiti. What do we give them instead, shiatty plastic mats.

From their perspective it is like a billionaire knitting you a sweater. Nice sweater and the thought was nice but if you could instead had given us a fraction of the money you made in the time it took you to make that sweater we could could reduced infant mortality by 10% or have functional water treatment plan


Your co-workers are weaving because they are operating under the assumption that Haitians can't be trusted with money. Sending money is a crap shoot, you don't know where it will end up and what happens if the money is used in ways you, the giver, don't approve? or if it's put in the hands of people which you, the giver, don't approve?

So, you give canned goods which will sit in storage; or make baked goods with your church social which will never see the intended recipient; or you do as your co-workers did, weaving mats out of paper bags... but what you never do is allow others to make their own decisions about what to do with your hard earned money.

That's all.
 
2012-10-30 08:50:53 PM

Jackson Herring: I just noticed most of the political headlines were anti Romney, pro Obama

Hahahhhhhhahaahahahah


Apparently he's using Netscape communicator and it doesn't allow for [derp] a href="AmericanThinker.org">img src="AmericanRetard.org" [/derp]
 
2012-10-30 08:51:14 PM

coyo: Animatronik: This is a lame, one-sided attempt by Obamafanatics to exploit a natural disaster.

If we continue as we have been, we wont have to worry about Federal disaster relief because there wont be any federal money for it.


You would have more of a point if Romney proposed doing anything different. He has not laid out a single policy difference, well other than ending FEMA, Planned Parenthood, PBS and Roe V Wade.


LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget.

4 years ago Obama said he would cut the deficit but he increased it and his proposed budgets would have increased it even more, but they were so bad that his own party voted them down.

O f course, in the current unreality, Democrats have decided that, since GW GW GW, deficits dont matter, its a goddam spending spree. Well its 4 years later, time to get rid of the BO, try something new.
 
2012-10-30 08:51:51 PM

Lando Lincoln: shanrick: I'm a 65 year-old fundamentalist baptist and I'm voting for Obama.

Probably because you think that Mormons and Papists and Satanists are one and the same.


Don't forget that devil inspired Catholic on the ticket!
 
2012-10-30 08:52:04 PM

Im_Gumby: But... but... I was told that MI is still up for grabs: "Michigan: 51-48 Romney -- the surprise of the night, Romney's home state ties are more key than Obama's claims to have "saved" the domestic auto industry"


Haha... well... whatever they're saying... I doubt Romney is going to win Michigan. Generally the conservatives will slather their vehicles with bumper stickers and their yards with signs... So far I've seen exactly one Romney bumper sticker and two Romney yard signs... however... both those Romney yard signs were in the same yard (on opposite ends of the property).

Granted, I suppose it is POSSIBLE that Romney will take Michigan... but I'd count that as highly unlikely. 538 still has Michigan at 98.1% chance for an Obama win here... They were pretty right on the money the last election. I think it's safe to assume they're not too far off the mark this one.

Im_Gumby: planning on laughing SO hard at unskewed on Nov. 7th


Not I... Yes, I will be glad when Obama wins (I'm confident he will), but I don't want to rub their noses in their loss too much. They're going to be hard enough to deal with over the next four years without us starting off Obama's second term by shoving their failure to produce a worthy candidate in their faces.
 
2012-10-30 08:52:14 PM

coyo: Animatronik: This is a lame, one-sided attempt by Obamafanatics to exploit a natural disaster.

If we continue as we have been, we wont have to worry about Federal disaster relief because there wont be any federal money for it.


You would have more of a point if Romney proposed doing anything different. He has not laid out a single policy difference, well other than ending FEMA, Planned Parenthood, PBS and Roe V Wade.


You forgot lowering (rich peoples') taxes and increasing the defense budget. That's SURE to help the debt!
 
2012-10-30 08:52:14 PM
Actually it is indeed possible that slightly more than half are anti Romney, it's just that the anti Obama headlines are so bad that they seem like several crammed into one.
 
2012-10-30 08:52:24 PM

Animatronik:
LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget..


yes, apparently by giving the rich more tax cuts. i'm still not sure how that's supposed to work....
 
2012-10-30 08:53:42 PM

BronyMedic: This is a poe, right?


Yes... this morning I saw one of his posts was a weird Cool Hand Luke riff.

I think he's trying to bite Mike_LowELL's style.
 
2012-10-30 08:53:57 PM

Weaver95: Animatronik:
LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget..

yes, apparently by giving the rich more tax cuts. i'm still not sure how that's supposed to work....


Step 1: Cut taxes
Step 2: Increase defense spending
Step 3: America collapses
Step 4: Neo-CSA disavows all debts owed by the former USA

Balanced federal budget!
 
2012-10-30 08:54:20 PM

Weaver95: Animatronik:
LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget..

yes, apparently by giving the rich more tax cuts. i'm still not sure how that's supposed to work....


And refusing to cut (and, in fact, increasing) the defense budget. And invading Iran.
 
2012-10-30 08:54:32 PM

Krymson Tyde: I heard Mrs. Romney say before a debate Mitt always writes "Dad" on a piece of paper to remind himself to not do anything that would embarrass his father.

Yeah, about that...


In a bored moment this weekend, I was rereading "The Great Shark Hunt". Lucky for me I don't use drugs, because while reading through the section on the 1968 Presidential election, I got to HST's take on someone called "George Romney" who was running against Nixon. Thompson seemed to like this "George Romney," but he lost badly in the early primaries. And then it dawned on me...it was THAT "George Romney."

Imagine how history would have been different if he'd won, instead of NIxon!
 
2012-10-30 08:54:40 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: /I thought I'd finally gotten one of those LSD flashbacks I was promised


This one is an LDS flashback.
 
2012-10-30 08:54:48 PM

theknuckler_33: Lando Lincoln: shanrick: I'm a 65 year-old fundamentalist baptist and I'm voting for Obama.

Probably because you think that Mormons and Papists and Satanists are one and the same.

Don't forget that devil inspired Catholic on the ticket!


Zero sum.

//Give JOE the Bird
 
2012-10-30 08:55:21 PM

Animatronik: LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget.


By increasing defense spending, campaigning on "OBAMMER IS CUTTING YOUR MEDICARE" and mentioning little to nothing of SS. All while cutting taxes...

MAGIC
 
2012-10-30 08:56:05 PM

A Dark Evil Omen: Weaver95: Animatronik:
LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget..

yes, apparently by giving the rich more tax cuts. i'm still not sure how that's supposed to work....

Step 1: Cut taxes
Step 2: Increase defense spending
Step 3: America collapses
Step 4: Neo-CSA disavows all debts owed by the former USA

Balanced federal budget!


sometimes I really do think that the GOP wants to split up the USA into smaller countries.
 
2012-10-30 08:56:16 PM

MrSplifferton: Obviously he was too busy getting contracts in China to make his campaign hats


Well it's typical Romney behavior... Get donations from Americans... Use that money to buy hats made in China on the cheap, then sell the hats back to the same people who paid for them in the first place at a markup.

Either way... every Romney supporter who donated to Romney was sending a portion of their money directly to China... bet they're pretty happy about that...

At least the Obama campaign (both the last one and this one) hired American companies to make the products they sold... keeping the donation money here at home.
 
2012-10-30 08:56:41 PM

Animatronik: LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget.


Without touching Medicare or the Defense budget.

That's like a fat man saying that he's going to lose weight without going on a diet.
 
2012-10-30 08:58:58 PM

Weaver95: A Dark Evil Omen: Weaver95: Animatronik:
LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget..

yes, apparently by giving the rich more tax cuts. i'm still not sure how that's supposed to work....

Step 1: Cut taxes
Step 2: Increase defense spending
Step 3: America collapses
Step 4: Neo-CSA disavows all debts owed by the former USA

Balanced federal budget!

sometimes I really do think that the GOP wants to split up the USA into smaller countries.


Nah. The blue-collar base is all het up with secessionist and nativist rhetoric and warmed-over Confederate nonsense, but the GOP proper just sees it as a payday. They don't care. The wealthy and powerful will be fine no matter what happens. Oh no, the USA collapsed into a nuclear capable version of the Balkan states. Time to move to Bali and live like a sultan with all of the billions of dollars I sucked out of those suckers!
 
2012-10-30 08:59:45 PM

Huggermugger: Elzar: More liberal deflection away from the failed policies of B. Hussein - what about Guantanimo? Did Obama close it? Nope - in fact they probably didn't even prepare for Sandy.

Proof of Obama's failure on emergency management was seen in his administration's handling of all the OWS events which occurred in life-threatening winter conditions - and yet his thugs in blue could be seen beating down innocent Americans who have been steam-rolled by the liberal agenda. Not even a single warm blanket, cup of soup or tent offered by FEMA during the trying times of OWS.

Obama also failed spectacularly to pass armed psycho reform legislation which would have prevented the multiple mass shootings we have seen in the last four years.

He also failed to pass legislation preventing the Waconda oil spill - now there is an emergency failure of epic proportion. But no, instead lets talk about a little 3-day Nor'easter and how the Katrina response was one of Obama's signature accomplishments.

/ No think like liberal groupthink

WTF is " armed psycho reform legislation"? I have never heard of such a thing. Google reveals nothing.


I believe that is the elegantly stated Poe's Law version of "gun control". Basically, he's playing a conservative lambasting Obama for not passing "gun control" - but calling it something different to hide the ball from people trying to gauge his trolling. Gun control = bad, psycho control = good, gun control = psycho control *headsplosion* Another good technique used is his first paragraph dig at Guantanimo - policy wise its as far off topic as is possible. Overall, I would rate this troll as 9.7-9.8, but the Russian judge may have a different opinion.
 
2012-10-30 09:00:14 PM

Mrtraveler01: Animatronik: LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget.

Without touching Medicare or the Defense budget.

That's like a fat man saying that he's going to lose weight without going on a diet.


Increasing defense spending, remember. It's more like a fat man saying that he's going to lose weight by going on a diet consisting of nothing but Twinkies, Coke and cheap rum.
 
2012-10-30 09:00:20 PM

Animatronik: This is a lame, one-sided attempt by Obamafanatics to exploit a natural disaster.

If we continue as we have been, we wont have to worry about Federal disaster relief because there wont be any federal money for it.


www.huffingtonpost.com

Iraq War costs and tax cut income dearth and Presidential Seal guitar says what, now?
 
2012-10-30 09:01:07 PM

Weaver95: I honestly can't tell if this is serious or not....


That one was easier than most for me to pick out as satire.
 
2012-10-30 09:02:56 PM

A Dark Evil Omen: Mrtraveler01: Animatronik: LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget.

Without touching Medicare or the Defense budget.

That's like a fat man saying that he's going to lose weight without going on a diet.

Increasing defense spending, remember. It's more like a fat man saying that he's going to lose weight by going on a diet consisting of nothing but Twinkies, Coke and cheap rum.


But it's OK, because he'll buy them at the gas station THREE blocks away instead of three and a half.
 
2012-10-30 09:03:33 PM

JohnnyC: Im_Gumby: But... but... I was told that MI is still up for grabs: "Michigan: 51-48 Romney -- the surprise of the night, Romney's home state ties are more key than Obama's claims to have "saved" the domestic auto industry"

Haha... well... whatever they're saying... I doubt Romney is going to win Michigan. Generally the conservatives will slather their vehicles with bumper stickers and their yards with signs... So far I've seen exactly one Romney bumper sticker and two Romney yard signs... however... both those Romney yard signs were in the same yard (on opposite ends of the property).

Granted, I suppose it is POSSIBLE that Romney will take Michigan... but I'd count that as highly unlikely. 538 still has Michigan at 98.1% chance for an Obama win here... They were pretty right on the money the last election. I think it's safe to assume they're not too far off the mark this one.

Im_Gumby: planning on laughing SO hard at unskewed on Nov. 7th

Not I... Yes, I will be glad when Obama wins (I'm confident he will), but I don't want to rub their noses in their loss too much. They're going to be hard enough to deal with over the next four years without us starting off Obama's second term by shoving their failure to produce a worthy candidate in their faces.


While a good part of me will so want to rub their noses in Mitt's loss, I'm more polite than that. Still my point was about unskewed and the ONLY way he's not going to be drawn and quartered is if his rose colored predictions come true. If that happens, there will be a lot of drinking involved.
 
2012-10-30 09:03:40 PM
The man is a cold hearted bastard, Or, in other words, he is a Republitard.
 
2012-10-30 09:07:16 PM

ck819: Honest, non trolling question. I'm not on here a lot so I really don't know...

Why are most farkers liberals?


They're not... the majority are moderates.

Farkers like humor... They like to make jokes and have fun... modern conservatives aren't generally very funny and their jokes are always at someone else's expense. So... they just don't usually fit in here very well. Additionally, not many of the conservative talking points are based in reality or facts... Farkers tend to pick things apart and try to find the facts behind things. That also doesn't fit well with modern conservatives. They can't just spew bullshiat here without being called out for the bullshiat.

And that's really what it comes down to, I think.
 
2012-10-30 09:08:23 PM

JohnnyC: Im_Gumby: But... but... I was told that MI is still up for grabs: "Michigan: 51-48 Romney -- the surprise of the night, Romney's home state ties are more key than Obama's claims to have "saved" the domestic auto industry"

Haha... well... whatever they're saying... I doubt Romney is going to win Michigan. Generally the conservatives will slather their vehicles with bumper stickers and their yards with signs... So far I've seen exactly one Romney bumper sticker and two Romney yard signs... however... both those Romney yard signs were in the same yard (on opposite ends of the property).

Granted, I suppose it is POSSIBLE that Romney will take Michigan... but I'd count that as highly unlikely. 538 still has Michigan at 98.1% chance for an Obama win here... They were pretty right on the money the last election. I think it's safe to assume they're not too far off the mark this one.

Im_Gumby: planning on laughing SO hard at unskewed on Nov. 7th

Not I... Yes, I will be glad when Obama wins (I'm confident he will), but I don't want to rub their noses in their loss too much. They're going to be hard enough to deal with over the next four years without us starting off Obama's second term by shoving their failure to produce a worthy candidate in their faces.


In our states last election when Walker won again, I saw a lot more Walker signs then I have Romney signs this cycle. Lately a Wisconsin election cycle is 6 months or less. I don't know if Obama will win as big as he did in 2008 if at all. Some of my co-workers are hardcore republicans and two weeks ago I got sick of the political talk at work. Someone stated that I would vote Obama and I responded:

"No, I don't vote for major parties anymore. R's and D's aren't any different and we haven't had a good president since Clinton. When he was in office we had a budget surplus and then Bush came in and pissed it away, then borrowed money to pay for two wars one of which we didn't need to get into. I can't complain about Obama's spending because we needed the stimulus and frankly you wouldn't have been hired without that spending and I might have been out the door myself."

People stopped the political talk after that, or at least around me they did.

/CSB
 
2012-10-30 09:10:19 PM

netizencain: If the flood control measures were so important, why didn't the house override the veto? Can't they do that?



"Lady, if you didn't want it, why didn't you stop me? So what... I had a knife at your throat. Big deal. If you REALLY cared... and you REALLY didn't want it, you would have fought me off... knife or no knife. Don't try to pretend after the fact that this is all my fault somehow. Either you wanted it or you're so weak and timid and powerless that you should've never even left your house. Don't act like I'm some horrible boogeyman. Take some responsibility for yourself. You disgust me."
 
2012-10-30 09:18:51 PM
The possibility of President Romney actually scares me. I was not a Bush supporter in 00 or 04 but the possibility of Dubya being elected did not bother me nearly as much as Romney.
 
2012-10-30 09:20:55 PM

Weaver95: Animatronik:
LOL Romney has said he would do what it takes to balance the Federal budget..

yes, apparently by giving the rich more tax cuts. i'm still not sure how that's supposed to work....


In the spirit of bipartisan compromise, he's going to allow congress to choose the tax deductions to eliminate and the spending to cut.

That way, Romney gets credit for the tax cuts, and Congress gets blamed for the deficit.
 
2012-10-30 09:25:47 PM

James F. Campbell: ck819: Why are most farkers liberals?

I can't speak for anyone else, but I'm a liberal because I'm not a farktard.


www.politicsplus.org
 
2012-10-30 09:26:45 PM
Not surprised in the least that Mitts failed at being a Governor as more and more evidence comes out to prove it, scares me to death people want him to be president.
 
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