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  1. Yes, it is a diversion, so is the topic, so is the movement. Maybe it needs to be added to the constitution. Republican Mike Turzai, admitted the true object behind new voter ID laws was to allow Romney to win. How? Ask him or the republican movement. http://northhills.patch.com/articles/turzai-comments-renew-debate-over-new-voter-i-d-law
  2. Sort of cynical SF. DHR, I don't think anyone claim Reps are hating the poor. It's the manner in which the people here sometimes reference the poor. Sportfisher carries himself as high-almighty and creates division by thinking its the reps against the rest of the world by labeling anyone with a different perspective.
  3. Voting machines is a greater concern. That can tilt the election much more than individuals. The numbers dhr.
  4. This wasn't a promise; he did provide the auto bailout loans in an effort to support the auto makers. If it was a promise, in any sort, he came through with the financial support for GM.
  5. You guys use the British word all day long. If I wrong, I apologize!!!
  6. You're really an arse. I'm against the unfounded campaign to disenfranchise a group of people, not voter id.
  7. Dude, you're full blown republican and O'hater.
  8. Read the facts and studies didn't stop with "80% of crime goes undetected and unpunished". What if you're wrong or missing something Cris. Why do you pretend to know everything as a fact? This might surprise you; I have a 104 year old aunt. No prescriptions. No nursing home.
  9. Are you blind? It's your buddies speaking badly about poor people. You guys do not realize it's not just poor people who may not have a photo id. As an example, see Kiteman's comments about his grandmother. You continue to use the same tired list of why people need an id. Why do you think its people that need government assistance?
  10. Stimulus was put in place and loans were given to the automakers. GM plans to shutdown the plant were due to dismal sales of large SUVs. Ryan himself voted for an auto bailout under President George W. Bush that was designed to help GM, but he was a vocal critic of the one pushed through by Obama that has been widely credited with revitalizing both GM and Chrysler. Government gave help to a crippling industry as promised... automakers made their business decisions. Obama could not run GM or decide their operations. About 1,200 employees were let go just before Christmas when GM ended SUV production at the plant. Some 100 workers were retained to finish an order of small- to medium-duty trucks for Isuzu Motors Ltd. Others were kept on to help guide the plant’s shutdown. The Janesville plant ended its SUV production line and laid off over 1,000 workers in December 2008, but the plant didn’t officially close. It continued to churn out an order of Isuzu trucks until April 2009, while the local union lobbied GM for a lifeline. In May, GM put the plant onto standby, meaning that it wasn’t completely shutting the door on it.
  11. One helluva a bomb and a great deal of hatred toward less fortunate people in these threads. These are premium cases of creating social division within the country. A new nationwide analysis of more than 2,000 cases of alleged election fraud over the past dozen years shows that in-person voter impersonation on Election Day, which has prompted 37 state legislatures to enact or consider tougher voter ID laws, was virtually nonexistent. The analysis of 2,068 reported fraud cases by News21, a Carnegie-Knight investigative reporting project, found 10 cases of alleged in-person voter impersonation since 2000. With 146 million registered voters in the United States, those represent about one for every 15 million prospective voters.
  12. TRUE About 1,200 employees were let go just before Christmas when GM ended SUV production at the plant, weeks before Obama took office and well before he enacted a more robust auto industry bailout that rescued GM and Chrysler and allowed the majority of their plants — though not the Janesville facility — to stay in operation. Some 100 workers were retained to finish an order of small- to medium-duty trucks for Isuzu Motors Ltd. Bottom-line, it wasn't up to the government to press GM when sales were down on large SUVs.
  13. Search the details and circumstances of the Truth-O-Meter False statements if you want to know more. Take at face value or read the details of their claims. A lot of half truths at the most from Obama... I would say.
  14. Demonstrates that lies and deception must be launched to takeover the White House. Simple as that!
  15. I don't recall neither party teaching the economics of real trade. But your synopsis is correct, we can't just stop without other trade consequences. Was taught this in high school economics. These problems and policies existed before obama read pelosi. BTW: 28% was proposed.
  16. Are you guys looking for government help from the greatest country in the world? Ryan said, "government has failed you" and the republican motto is less government, but you guys are cheering on government. Yes, government is inevitable. We got in this financial fix by leading the world from its problems and you want to do it again! Brilliant!
  17. Sorry, but you're really dragging this out....
  18. Didn't you argue that corporations don't pay taxes? Nonetheless, taxes are not the reason for outsourcing, as I have stated several times, it's cheaper labor and opening of international trades. Taxes are the reasons they don't bring all the money back to the U.S. +1
  19. It's called a miracle. Most people don't even know when they're happy. Anyway, TC
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