Previous 11 - 20 Next
In response to:

It's Hard to Be a Republican

Nick705 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 2:28 PM
Single women? He'll give them the "pill" free, & don't forget, Obozo was the only Senator not to vote for a law banning late term abortions - trans: infanticide.) All of them bought the $500 million Dem. vilification campaign to paint a good man, Mitt Romney, as a heartless capitalist who fires people for fun, paid no taxes for 10 years, will destroy Social Security, caused a woman's death from cancer, and more. Obozo's message was what 51% of Americans wanted to hear: You don't need to do anything; the state will take care of you, cradle to grave. We will squeeze the rich [who already pay 50% of federal taxes] harder. George Bernard Shaw wrote: "A government that promises to rob Peter to pay Paul can always count on the support of Paul."
In response to:

It's Hard to Be a Republican

Nick705 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 2:16 PM
A few aphorisms spring to mind. H L Mencken said: "Nobody ever went broke UNDERestimating the intelligence of the American public." The man-in-the-street interviews by Fox Bews, Jay Leno and others proved that the majority of American voters know nothing and care less about domestic or, especially, foreign policy. Mention the onrushing economic disaster, and the interviewers got blank stares. Joblessness? Half of them said it was - after nearly four years - Bush's fault. The blacks voted for Obama (94%) because of the color of his skin. Latinos because they believe he will lift all restrictions on illegal aliens (probably right, amnesty here we come.) The young because he's - like, you know - cool.
In response to:

Liberals Find out Women Aren’t Amused

Nick705 Wrote: Oct 28, 2012 12:36 PM
Reminds me of the old joke: Under capitalism, it's man against man, Under socialism, it's the other way round.
In response to:

Obama’s War on Women…and Intelligence

Nick705 Wrote: Oct 28, 2012 12:24 PM
Any man falsely accused of such a heinous crimes would pound the table and yell "Of course I deny it!" It is inconceivable that the president of the United States, if innocent, would not only take the opportunity to deny it on TV, but probably also sue Mrs. Broaddrick. What was the statement by his lawyer, David Kendall, Clinton refers to? "Any allegation that the president assaulted Mrs. Broaddrick more than 20 years ago is absolutely false." A masterpiece of obfuscation and legalese typical of what is now called a "Clintonism." You can see him and Kendall burning the midnight oil together and coming up with that. "20 years ago" the president was Carter, Mrs. Broaddrick was Mrs. Hickey, and Kendall didn't know Clinton.
In response to:

Obama’s War on Women…and Intelligence

Nick705 Wrote: Oct 28, 2012 12:17 PM
The Democrats, who have accused Republicans of a "war on women," chose who as their keynote speeker at their convention? Yes, Mr. "Kneepads" Clinton, the one who throughout his political life treated women as disposable masturbatory dolls. Two women accusing him of forcible rape both cited the same lip-biting M.O. One, Juanita Broaddrick, after a grilling on TV, was found, even by the totally left-leaning mainstream media, to be highly credible. When asked about this in a March 1999 ABC TV interview, Clinton simply said his lawyer had made a statement. An exasperated Sam Donaldson: "Cannot you simply deny it, sir?" Clinton again referred to his lawyer.
"Who sunk our foreign policy"? The past perfect tense of the verb "to sink" is sank, not sunk. Would you say "I drunk a beer," instead of drank? "He rung the bell" instead of rang? "We sung the song" instead of sang?
Takes one back to Nixon, who said he "accepted the responsibility" for Watergate. When asked if that meant the blame, he wouldn't answer. People ask why on earth Clinton would accept any liability; why, in fact, she would want to help the guy who used racist tactics to defeat her in 2008. Simple. For her, Obama MUST win. Obama loses and Romney is probably in the White House until 2021, by which time she will be too old, even more haggard-looking, and yesterday's news, having been out of government office since 2013.
Hm. Seems someone's education didn't include the fact that "this data" is illiterate. Data is a plural noun, thus "these data."
In response to:

Obama on Foreign Policy: Tax the Rich

Nick705 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 12:03 PM
It was introduced as a "temporary measure" to pay for WWI. Temporary - when has a government ever ended a tax?
In response to:

Obama on Foreign Policy: Tax the Rich

Nick705 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 12:01 PM
Remember this speech by Romney: "If you don't have any new ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare voters. If you don't have a record to run on, you then paint your opponent as someone you should run from. You make a big election about small things." Don't remember it? Not surprising. It was actually said by Obozo in August 2008, about John McCain. The same Obozo whose entire campaign has been, not to refer to his record, but to vilify Mitt Romney, accuse him - among other things - of cheating on his taxes, wanting to ban all abortions and being responsible for a woman's death: to paint him "as someone you should run from." As to "big election about small things" - Big Bird and binders, anyone?
I suppose you could make a pun about Bush and "privet" education.
Previous 11 - 20 Next