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Offline BUZZARDCS

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #15 on: October 11, 2012, 09:03:46 AM »
Nikki, I never said Obama started the welfare system.  His agenda is to add to it.  And if you read and try to understand exactly what I said, you would know I'm NOT a George Bush fan like you portrayed me nor am I a die-hard Republican.  I said "I vote for the proposals that are best for our country, not the party or the candidate".  Got it now?  As for the rest of the guests to this forum who are still leaning towards Obama,  educate yourselves to the real issues of this election instead of just banging on your keyboards and you just MAY find out where this guy wants to take this country, then you can make a much more informed decision.  He has implimented ZERO policies since he's been in office, exploded our national debt, is creating a entitlement society dependent on the  government and your taxes to support, crippling our armed forces, etc. etc., and the list keeps growing.  As an independent voter,  I'm comfortable with my decision. Have a nice day!


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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #16 on: October 11, 2012, 09:23:51 AM »
I support Obama, and I've done my research. I'm very comfortable with my decision too.

I doubt many people will be swayed by what they read on a message board, unless they haven't been paying attention. The only reason I responded to this thread was because of the inflammatory title and accusations made within it.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #17 on: October 11, 2012, 09:24:58 AM »
I think we'll find out this election.  it will be a vote of the freeloaders vs the contributors.  Because there is no other reason to keep Obama other than to enjoy his socialist view of this country.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2012, 09:57:50 AM »
HMMMM,         
                   As per Websters College Dictionary,

                          The word      accusation;       N
                           a charge of wrongdoing; imputation of guilt or blame, the act of accusing or the state of being accused

                         The word      fact;       N
                          something that actually exists, something known to exist or to have happened, a truth
                          known by actual experience or observation, something known to be true.

This information provided to you by a retired UAW skilled tradesman and independent voter                         

Offline PackersFan

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #19 on: October 11, 2012, 12:34:39 PM »
It'll be a lot easier to pick a candidate once Romney finally decides what he stands for.

He's gone from pro-choice to pro-life at least a half dozen times.  Even after the debate,
his campaign had to correct what he said.

Once Obama's re-elected, the Republicans won't hafta worry anymore about
making him a one-term President.  Then maybe they can work together with us
Democrats on getting things done for our country.

The last 4-years has been nothing but a blatant example of racial discrimination.
The good  ole boys are still at it.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #20 on: October 11, 2012, 02:23:42 PM »
PF,  is that ALL you've got?  OMG!  Racial discrimination?  Pro-choice?  I learn from and appreciate folks like you and your opinions. You only work to enhance my points and I thank you for this.     Racial discrimination????   That isn't happening here brother.  If you had read any of my previous posts, you would know that I voted for Obama in '08.     "Hopie/changie",...... remember that?  I hoped he'd change things, and he did suceed on doing that, for the worse!   " Independent voter",.............  one not affiliated with a particular political party or agenda, who thinks for themselves and involves ones self in the studys of the issues at hand.  Try a little bit of that before your next condemnation and you may eventually be proud of yourself for helping to fix this counrty.
Gee, what will we be talking about after the election?   Maybe some day we can sit down and slam a beer or two.  If Obama gets back in for another four years,  I know I'll need a few!

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #21 on: October 11, 2012, 02:54:31 PM »
It's the economy.   All the other stuff is a smoke screen.  Do you want capitalism or socialism?
Again there is a large portion of citizens in this county  that like the socialism agenda of Obamas and there are those that work and have some money in the market and the bank that would like to keep it.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #22 on: October 11, 2012, 03:51:46 PM »
I work hard as does my wife. We save our money, pay our bills and our taxes. We live within our means. We are both voting for Obama. There are many "freeloaders" in the upper income brackets. Brats whose parents earned the money and it passed down to their spoiled kids who do not want to share. Romney wants to eliminate taxes on capital gains. That would effectively wipe out his entire federal tax burden. Do we really need the super wealthy
people who do not work to get even more tax breaks?

I do not like the idea of any freeloaders on either side of the income spectrum. I would hope that compromises could be reached to reduce the freeloading and increase the working.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #23 on: October 11, 2012, 04:04:50 PM »
well said, Johnnyd!!!

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« Reply #24 on: October 11, 2012, 05:13:38 PM »
JD, I agree that super wealthy do not deserve more tax breaks just because they are wealthy.  But just because they are wealthy is not a reason to take their money.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #25 on: October 12, 2012, 07:06:54 AM »
We have to pick the president who is going to have compassion for the poor.  I see so many family's on welfare and they barely have any joy.  Obama at least will make sure these family's have a little bit of luxury, everyone is entitled to that.  How can you ask a single mother with kids to leave her kids and go out an work?  I don't think that is very nice.  I know our nation is in deep debt and Obama will have to add to that to help our poor families but we should all be willing to have that happen to make sure they have a good life also.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #26 on: October 12, 2012, 07:56:15 AM »
" How can you ask a single mother with kids to leave her kids and go out an work?  I don't think that is very nice."

DG, are you kidding?  There are a lot of married mothers with kids that would love to stay home with the kids.   But no, they go to work every day to help provide for the family and make ends meet.  And to add insult to the whole picture, they take that working moms tax dollars and give to the free loading mom that is not will to go to work and provide for her family.  To repeat your words, I don't think that is very nice.

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« Reply #27 on: October 12, 2012, 08:05:53 AM »
We have to pick the president who is going to have compassion for the poor.  I see so many family's on welfare and they barely have any joy.  Obama at least will make sure these family's have a little bit of luxury, everyone is entitled to that.  How can you ask a single mother with kids to leave her kids and go out an work?  I don't think that is very nice.  I know our nation is in deep debt and Obama will have to add to that to help our poor families but we should all be willing to have that happen to make sure they have a good life also.

Everyone in this forum feels for the poor and underpreviledged, I'm sure.  I feel for the single mother with kids, but she does need to find work.  She needs to work out arrangements for caring for them while she is working.  Resources are available.  It won't be easy for her.  She should be trying to break here cycle of dependence.  This is how she enjoys the luxury's in life.  This is how she breaks her level of poverty.   The current national debt for every citizen in the US is $51,531.89.  (http://www.brillig.com/debt_clock/).  We've got to reverse this.  The government providing services for everyone (socialism)  doesn't work.  It does not pull the poor out of poverty.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #28 on: October 12, 2012, 08:30:31 AM »
Single moms with little ones and no job is a tough situation.  Somebody has to help but for how long?  There has to be some incentives to work.  I agree it makes no sense to find a job earning $300 a week and spending that much on child care so why work.  Sounds crazy but maybe if you find a job that doesn't pay much the government actually gives you more money than they did before you found a job.

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Re: Obama's Socialist Agenda
« Reply #29 on: October 12, 2012, 10:12:24 AM »
I like the concept of a "flip-flopper", I don't like someone who's views and policies are so entrenched in his ego that he will not change them even when good evidence is presented to the contrary. I hold all of my views to be right, but when presented with new facts, I will change them if the facts bear that out. So what is wrong with Romney changing his position on issues in relation to new evidence being brought to the table? I thought that is what "keeping an open mind" is all about. Everything Romney has had an involvement with has turned to gold, I do believe he will set this country on the right path to future prosperity once again, or would you rather have another four years like the last four, more giveaways, higher debt, more executive orders rather than laws passed by Congress. One comment stated that Congress introduces bills and passes them and that the President can do nothing without them, well this President has done more by "Executive Order" than any before him. Now before I get comments back about how many "Executive Orders" other Presidents signed, it's not about how many, it's about the content of those orders. Obama stated that if he can't do it with Congress, he will do it on his own, and that smacks of dictatorship.