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Obama Camp Melts Down Over Ryan's Speech

Jesus20 Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 10:18 AM
Guy, thank you! I have been waiting for this all morning while I've been checking out the lefty blogs and such. I knew there was more to the story, especially on that GM plant, that they weren't reporting. My first inkling was when HuffPost did admit that Obama actually spoke at the plant, a fact few other lefties mention. Glad to have the truth brother.
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Wednesday Night Grand Slam

Jesus20 Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 7:13 AM
Paul Ryan was amazing, looking forward to putting him and Romney in the White House.
There's no reasoning with some people. I've decided some people are just bound and determined to have a chip on their shoulder. If Obama wins and they didn't vote for Romney, they'd better not come crying to me.
It was a good slate of speeches. Artur Davis, Ann Romney, and Chris Christie were the best of the bunch for me. Definitely helps show that the GOP is not the cartoon villains the Obama campaign is trying to make us out to be.
Ok, you're right on some points but totally wrong on others. Romney needs to take a strong pro-life stance and shouldn't tone it down. Fortunately, everyone is pretty clear where he stands on this issue so I don't think he should need to bring it up. Also, what are you talking about with Paul Ryan??? The man is a great speaker.
Thank you Guy. It's nice to see some optimism :-) Some Republicans seem like they want to be upset and were finding fault with Ann Romney and/or Chris Christie. I thought both of them did an excellent job and I enjoyed watching their speeches.
Artur Davis gave a great speech. I'm glad I tuned in to see it.
Another day, another example of liberal media bias. *yawn*
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Romney and the Rapist

Jesus20 Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 7:27 AM
Mitt Romney is a politician and knows that the rape exception polls well. He's already fighting the MSM, taking a more hard-line stance would only complicate matters. Plus, there are other pro-lifers who side with Mitt, it's a disagreement "in the family" so to speak. I don't know if it's worthwhile attacking Mitt Romney over this when he has been endorsed by Massachusetts pro-life groups and is certainly a far cry better then Obama on the abortion issue and really every issue.
You gotta love Newt. I'm glad he's not the nominee but when he's on the ball, he's a joy to watch.
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Why Obama Will Lose in a Landslide

Jesus20 Wrote: Aug 16, 2012 2:31 PM
Hmm, I hesitate to embrace such a bold prediction. I want it to be true but my head says to be more careful. Regardless, what struck me the most was his line about will anyone who didn't vote for Obama 4 years ago decide they made a mistake and vote for him this time around? I don't think so. Obama hasn't won over many new fans. He just has the same voters he has last time and many of them are disappointed or discouraged and are less likely to vote. We'll see what happens but I definitely think a Romney victory is possible.
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