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Enthusiasm Craters for Obama Amongst Young Voters

bible1st Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 1:05 PM
BrotherWinstonSmith, I don't know how you got that understanding from that interview. I don't necessarrily believe that Adam was trying to trick the candidate into a certain conversation, I think Adam just got in over his head and does not understand the difference between the responsibility of the Treasury and the Federal Exchange. There is a difference between who prints the money and who determines the value of that money. They are two different things and that is what Adam didn't seem to understand. I enjoyed the interview, but I saw no malice or bad intent on the part of either participant.
bible1st Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 1:28 PM
1st off, why are you shouting? Did I hit a nerve? Sorry, didn't mean to. And, If you read all of what I wrote, you will see that I agree with you on the morality issue. Or, maybe you can't. Let me spell it out for you so you can understand. I--A-G-R-E-E--W-I-T-H--Y-O-U--O-N--T-H-E--M-O-R-A-L-I-T-Y--I-S-S-U-E. You know, just because we don't agree on everthing, doesn't mean that we disagree on everything.
BrotherWinstonSmith Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 1:15 PM
No, actually he DID NOT "get in over his head." An UNCONSTITUTIONAL Central Government Planner got CAUGHT IN HIS OWN WEB OF CONTRADICTIONS!!! And like ANY leftist (Like the pompous OWSers) the leftist ACCUSES THE QUESTIONER OF BEING TOO STUPID TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS IN THE FIRST PLACE.

Kokesh was DEAD ON on ALL POINTS.

The kicker was the question about moral authority. Like ANY OWSer, the leftist will angerly redirect and CONCOCT some flaw in the question... when confronted with any question about MORALITY, RIGHT AND WRONG.
bible1st Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 1:09 PM
In all fairness, I should add that the candidate didn't seem to want to discuss the "moral" issue of the constitutional authority by which the Fed says it has the right to set said value on our labor. I understand the question of "Where does the constitution give the Fed the moral authority to determine the value of my labor." That is a good question, and one the candidate didn't seem to want to discuss.
A new poll out shows that the youth vote that helped propel President Obama to the White House in 2008 won't be there for the Democrat to bank on this fall.

Young voters have historically preferred Democrats, but Obama's share of the youth vote in 2008 was historically large. The poll, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute in conjunction with the Berkley Center at Georgetown University, finds that 48 percent of young voters prefer the President. In 2008, though, Obama won 66 percent of that youth vote - a massive drop in support for the President.

The youth...