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Romney's Upbeat and Optimistic Closing Ad

pzaqwer Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 9:14 PM
It seems to me that Jesus would see those who divorce and remarry as adulterous as...............................as Barney Frank. Jesus also said "Go and sin no more." If you get divorced, then you can not get remarried and stay in a sinful relationship, can you?
And now Willard Romney says Russia is America's number one enemy. Looks like he's following the Bush 2001 Neo-Conservative playbook all over again. Willard Mittens Romney - YOU ARE AN IDIOT!
The Neo-Con wing of the Republican Party blundered us into 9-11. Richard Clarke wrote "Against All Enemies," worked at the NSC and couldn't obtain face time with George W. Bush, Richard Cheney or Condi Rice before 911. The Republican Party, in 2001, and the Neo-Con cabal were interested in ginning up remnants of the Cold War with Russia by wanting to scrap the ABM (Anti-Ballistic Missile) treaty. This trio of Republican nin-com-poops couldn't care less about some terrorists in the Middle East who were plotting and scheming until 9-11. Only after 9-11, did this triumvirate of Republicans tune to the threat of Islamic Fascism. Capiche?
Here's what card-carrying Republicans or dupes of the Republican party respond with after being told that the Republican party took more time to get sufficient number of troops into Iraq than it took America to win all of World War II. -- "It was all the Democrat party's fault." But guess what, the president of the United States was a Republican during that time, the Speaker of the House was a Republican from January, 2001 all the way through January, 2007, and the Senate Majority Leader was a Republican from January, 2003 through January, 2007. Obviously, the Republican party cared more about making a buck during the Iraq war than the lives of the troops out in the field.
Here is a fact the Republican party does not want you to know. It took a longer amount of time to get the correct number of troops into Iraq (the Surge) than it took to go from Pearl Harbor to VJ Day. In the meantime, 4474 American soldiers died. And the Republican party's response, "We gave you the Bush tax cut to pay for it all!" Who here even knows what VJ stands for?
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Lies on Al Qaeda Disqualfy Obama

pzaqwer Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:08 PM
Let's see...how many Americans died in Libya...and how many Americans died in 'Fast and Furious.' Add all that up and compare that to how many Americans died on 9-11, because the Republican party was preoccupied with ginning up a war against Russia in 2001 by scrapping the ABM Treaty. People, WAKE-UP!!!
Let's see...how many Americans died in Libya...and how many Americans died in 'Fast and Furious.' Add all that up and compare that to how many Americans died on 9-11, because the Republican party was preoccupied with ginning up a war against Russia in 2001 by scrapping the ABM Treaty. People, WAKE-UP!!!
Pay close attention you Republicans out there; you all have a slobbering love affair with BIG government and with social engineering in foreign countries (Iraq) You just can not be bothered to pay for it. Capiche?
In response to:

Lies on Al Qaeda Disqualfy Obama

pzaqwer Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:01 PM
Here's what Republicans and dupes of the Republican party FAIL to understand. That having 150,000 troops in Iraq for eight years is not free now and was never free. Tell me one just thing; how much additional cost will it take to run the VA for the next 50 years to care for the tens of thousands of Iraqi war veterans who suffer long term mental or physical infirmities resulting from the Republican party's social engineering project in Iraq?
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Panicked Media Declaring "GOP Civil War"

pzaqwer Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 7:52 PM
The annual budget for the Department of Veterans Affairs has more than doubled since 2003 to a requested $132 billion for fiscal 2012. That amount is expected to rise sharply over the next four decades as lingering health problems for veterans become more serious as they grow older. Costs for Vietnam veterans did not peak until 30 or 40 years after the end of the war, according to the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. “We will have a vast overhang in domestic costs for caring for the wounded and covering retirement expenditure of the war fighters,” said Loren Thompson, a policy expert with the Lexington Institute. “The U.S. will continue to incur major costs for decades to come.”
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