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Obama's Measure of All Things: China

Robert1260 Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 2:54 AM
It's bad enough this 'so called conservative' hypocrite blames Obama for the debt he himself (Paul Ryan) caused and is responsible for... but it really takes gall to say he will cut deficits if elected Vice President. If you have to lie to yourself in order to vote for someone, you're not only voting for the wrong reason, perhaps you're voting for the wrong person.
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Left-Wing "Psy Ops"

Robert1260 Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 2:49 AM
It's bad enough this 'so called conservative' hypocrite blames Obama for the debt he himself (Paul Ryan) caused and is responsible for... but it really takes gall to say he will cut deficits if elected. If you have to lie to yourself in order to vote for someone, you're not only voting for the wrong reason, perhaps you're voting for the wrong person.
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Left-Wing "Psy Ops"

Robert1260 Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 2:46 AM
It's a shame so many on this forum will go to the polls on November 6th in ignorance and will vote against their own best interest and their own country's best interest. Paul Ryan voted for all the Bush debt inducing policies that added over $9 trillion to our national debt enacted under a republican controlled government for 6 years. Those Ryan/Bush policies are still in place today and nearly impossible to get rid of. Ryan's voting record: unfunded wars=$4 Trillion (according to Ron Paul), unfunded Bush tax cuts=$4T (according to the Congressional Budget Office), unfunded Medicare Part D=$1T (also according to CBO), unfunded Bush stimulus=$200B, unfunded TARP=$700B and various other faulty policies like famous 'bridge to nowhere'.
Is it moral to enact policies that added over $9 Trillion to our nation's debt then blame the new president for the debt he himself caused? Is it moral to spread lies day in/day out about his own record and the new president's record? Is it moral to do everything in your power as an elected official to make your own president fail instead of doing everything in your power to make your own country succeed? Is it moral to hurt your own country's economy for your own selfish political gain? I just described Paul Ryan and many other 'so called conservative' republican leaders.
If you have to lie to yourself in order to vote for someone, you're not only voting for the wrong reason, perhaps you're voting for the wrong person.
If you have to lie to yourself in order to vote for someone, you're not only voting for the wrong reason, perhaps you're voting for the wrong person.
If you have to lie to yourself in order to vote for someone, you're not only voting for the wrong reason, perhaps you're voting for the wrong person.
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Tampa vs. Charlotte

Robert1260 Wrote: Sep 09, 2012 6:30 PM
If you have to lie to yourself in order to vote for someone, you're not only voting for the wrong reason, perhaps you're voting for the wrong person.
Yep. Lies well said and well spread.
Annoyusmuch 1698, where do you get your info from? Certainly not from the Bible or any other reputable source. God only knows where you come up with such vile rhetoric but mark my words, God does know. Read up on the ten Commandments...especially pay attention to the one that commands us "thou shalt not bear false witness". Start getting your info from the Bible and less from the right wing blog-o-sphere. You'll be better off.
Rush Limbaugh said those same lies dear silvereagle and your repeating/saying it but in different words makes you just as guilty of bearing false witness against Sandra Fluke. Godliness should always trump politics...not the other way around. It's time 'so called conservatives' and 'so called Christians' on this forum learn that lesson ASAP lest they continue to break God's law.
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