|alltogethernow - 2008-09-22 |
This man.. I just won't believe it if he loses. This is the 'Straight Talk' that every level-headed man and woman in the United States deserves. No bullshit, just real talk about the seriousness of the issues facing America.
Your country deserves the consequences if it elects the alternative.
In 2004 plenty of people said - "There's no way people would be stupid enough to reelect Bush!"
Even after everything, with enough red meat and Rovian smears, I wouldn't be surprised if Bush could have gotten himself reelected a third time.
Im voting for him and Im 100% convinced he will lose.
Nader, combined with sketchy "doings" at polling places and last minute terrorist fear mongering will do it.
|IrishWhiskey - 2008-09-22 |
Ugh, I'm so sick of these "celebrity" candidates who refuse to talk about the substantive issues that really matter.
I'm going to vote for the POW-hero and pretty lady who eats moose. Besides, Obama has a weird sounding name. Hey, you guys know what the difference between a hockey-mom and a pitbull is?
|Cena_mark - 2008-09-22 |
If you think these tough economic times are the fault of Republicans, look up the "Community Redevelopment Act."
You'll see that this economic crisis was caused by Community Organizers protesting banks for not giving enough loans to poor minorities because of "racism."
So in the name of "fairness" the banks were forced to give tons of sub-prime mortgages to people they knew couldn't afford them. This whole fiasco isn't a problem of free enterprise its government regulation run a mock.
What gimmick? I'm just a Libertarian guy who hates hearing a senator who votes "present" most the time talking about "usual" politics. .
Hitler was a Community Organizer.
Its a gimmick.
Banks were forced into loans because of evil minority community organizers? No one who read even a single article about the housing crises could ever reach that conclusion. No one who could spell "government regulation" could be that ignorant without intentionality involved.
IrishLightbeer you need to attend the Church of the Painful Truth.
Wow. You nailed it.
One op-ed by a conservative talk-radio guy who isn't an economist and lacks any details completely disproved every other analysis done by actual experts like these ones:
http://freakonomics.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/09/18/diamond-and-k ashyap-on-the-recent-financial-upheav als/
The link you posted is fail, Irishzima, you have to do better than that. Boortz may not be an economist, but he knows what he's talking about. And his radio show gets way more listeners than Olbermann.
The link works fine, just delete the spaces. If you can't be bothered, just check any non-partisan news site for thousands of stories explaining the crisis.
His radio show gets more listeners than Olberman? What does that have to do with anything? Howard Stern gets higher ratings than both, than doesn't mean I'd take his opinion either. The guy's a political pundit with zero economic expertise, and it shows in his complete lack of detail or understanding. But I suppose I should believe him above all others because cena_mark says "he knows what he's talking about".
Okay mini-Cavuto...if you're going to trollgurgitate this latest hilarious crap: you do know McCain's campaign manager Rick Davis pushed for increasing the number of loans to low income and minority folk when he worked for the Homeownership Alliance (a group funded by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to increase the number of mortgages out there)? So, the McCain campaign is also responsible for this imaginary race-baiting take on the problem, right?
2004 Rick Davis:
"We have an opportunity in the next decade to increase minority homeownership and significantly reduce the minority homeowenership gap. The future of the housing market rests on the economic success of minorities. Homeownership is likely to grow faster among minorites in the next decade if all the stakeholders in the housing industry work together to make it happen. The homeownership alliance is working towards this goal."
HAHAHAHAHHAHA COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS CAUSE RECESSIONS
a million fucking stars for that comment.
|Cena_mark - 2008-09-22 |
This ad is not only false its also boring. I could post a more entertaining McCain ad and it would never get out of the hopper.
Several entertaining McCain ads have gotten through. Its just people tend to find them entertaining for different reasons than you.
Yeah but Palin is young and awesome. And Joe Biden is old, lame, and has bad hair plugs.
|craptacular - 2008-09-22 |
you guys better vote this man in.
He won't get a vote from me. I don't care what you Your a peeins think. We as Americans need to vote for whoever is best for America, not who's best for other countries.
We Americans don't tell you who to select for king, prime minister, dictator, or whatever else you call your president.
Give it a rest man. You're like a pull-string version of Billy Buttsex, only not as eloquent and only half as informed.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-09-23 |
I never want to see another wretched baby boomer in office for the rest of eternity.
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