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Our Dishonorable President

Sonny317 Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 4:42 AM
We have what the liberals and their deceased partners voted for. Now we are paying for that and can not right the wrong because too many idiot liberals scream prejudice. Voter ID laws are needed NOW and we need to take the trash out in November and then make sure this doesn't happen again.
Seawolf Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 7:51 AM
Ask libs if they play poker. If they say yes, ask if they have ever been dealt a hand without anteing up? Allowing people who have no skin in the game to vote themselves ever more of our hard earned money is just about the stupidest thing we is a conflict of interest and has to be everyone in the country and issue photo ID, no early voting except for the military overseas by absentee and count theirs FIRST..THEN, bounce the voter database against the welfare database and invalidate the votes of anyone on the can't be racist, the left keeps telling us there are more whites on welfare than anyone..
oldnjal Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 7:19 AM
Can you imagine if Romney or Ryan mouthed your words?
People I respect are very liable to, as some things are true.
Recently, as I have said before, as my Governor attacked the Democrats in his State, he told a story, Historically based but funny, about politics in Jersey City and Hudson County, NJ. His father joked that he wanted to be buried in Jersey City. Perhaps he was born there. At any rate, when the Governor asked why, his father said 'Well, then I can still vote'. Birth certs. from Hudson County are invalid in NJ since that County is well known for just printing them. Voter ID is needed to control the liars, as they tell lies to stop voter ID.

After the massacre in Tucson that saw six murdered and U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., and 12 others wounded, President Obama gave a speech at the memorial where he called for raising the tone in politics. To honor the memory of those killed and wounded the president said:

The loss of these wonderful people should make every one of us strive to be better in our private lives -- to be better friends and neighbors, co-workers and parents. And if, as has been discussed in recent days, their deaths help usher in more civility in our public discourse, let's remember...