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August 23, 2012 4:54:21 PM

Click the link to take the presidential election quiz and see which candidate you side with!

Check it out, take the quiz, and post your results...enjoy!

No surprise to me that I scored 89% in favor of Ron Paul, 88% in favor of Gary Johnson, 74% in favor of Mitt Romney, and a measley 48% in favor of Obama.

Apparently, 66% of other voters in my State feel the same way that I do...
August 24, 2012 3:05:04 AM

chunkymonster said:
Click the link to take the presidential election quiz and see which candidate you side with!

Check it out, take the quiz, and post your results...enjoy!

No surprise to me that I scored 89% in favor of Ron Paul, 88% in favor of Gary Johnson, 74% in favor of Mitt Romney, and a measley 48% in favor of Obama.

Apparently, 66% of other voters in my State feel the same way that I do...
All the losers you side with I guess.
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August 24, 2012 1:13:11 PM

I always thought we could do better than Romney, and yet ...
:o  http://www.isidewith.com/results/59359363

musical marv said:
All the losers you side with I guess.

I guess we will see in 2 1/2 months.
August 24, 2012 9:23:37 PM

iSideWith:

Paul: 86%
Johnson: 84%
Romney: 54%
Obama: 23%
POTUS(People of the United States): 52%
August 25, 2012 2:50:03 AM

jsc said:
I always thought we could do better than Romney, and yet ...
:o  http://www.isidewith.com/results/59359363


I guess we will see in 2 1/2 months.
You will be in for quite a surprise if these 2 demons get in.The country will be in bad shape.
August 25, 2012 7:02:23 AM

I got 93% Paul and 30% Obama :) 
August 25, 2012 7:38:39 AM

I guess we are all libertarians?
August 25, 2012 6:34:08 PM

My results:

Paul: 98%
Romney: 94%
Gary Johnson: 88%
Virgil Goode: 72%
Barack Obama: 20%, and no major issues of agreement
Rocky Andersen: 7%
Jill Stein: 6%
US voters: 44%

jsc said:
I always thought we could do better than Romney, and yet ...
:o  http://www.isidewith.com/results/59359363


Romney is a center-right candidate. He is from Massachusetts, hardly a hotbed of conservatism. Most of us wanted somebody more like Scott Walker who had the guts to stand up to the entrenched bureaucracy and say enough is enough, be willing to make necessary changes despite the year-long AFSCME and SEIU-funded darn-near-a-riot protest and failed recall attempt. Romney probably does have many of the same beliefs as Walker which is why this survey says that we agree so much with him. But he has Romneycare as his baggage and seems to lack the guts to really cut the crap out like Walker, which is why I suspect we are not as enthusiastic about him as the survey leads us to believe.

dogman_1234 said:
I guess we are all libertarians?


Reynod, musical_marv and Pyree certainly aren't. There are four main categories of political thought, and most people fall into two of them- libertarian and statist.

1. Fiscally conservative, socially liberal, aka libertarian. Believes the government should have as little interference with personal freedom as possible. This is an intellectually congruent ideology since there is one main underlying principle- more freedom- and many people ascribe to this belief system. The Libertarian Party is the obvious choice of this group but there is a major rift in the Republican party where many Republicans are libertarian such as Ron Paul.

2. Fiscally conservative, socially conservative. This is the religious right, where the government shouldn't interfere with economic issues but should enforce morality laws. This used to be the purview of the Republican Party but the current Republican Party is split between this and libertarianism and as time as progressed and the church has lost much of its influence.

3. Fiscally liberal, socially liberal. This is more of the view of the current Green Party and was stereotypically the view of the 1960s "New Democrats." People who ascribe to this want a big government to ensure economic "fairness" by seizing and redistributing money but don't want the government to interfere in their pleasurable activities.

4. Fiscally liberal, socially conservative- aka statist. The state is the ultimate authority and is best equipped to tell people how to manage their lives and their money. This is also an intellectually congruent ideology as there is one underlying principle- government knows best- and many people ascribe to this belief system. This ideology is generally espoused by many of the current Democrats.
August 26, 2012 2:40:01 AM

dogman_1234 said:
I guess we are all libertarians?
WHY?
August 26, 2012 6:10:06 AM

So far, many have reported being close to Paul. Just stating an observation.
August 26, 2012 8:07:57 PM

musical marv said:
The country will be in bad shape.

The country is in bad shape now. :( 
August 27, 2012 3:16:29 AM

jsc said:
The country is in bad shape now. :( 
Due to senseless wars and Wall Street and Banks and all the other crooked things that we are in trouble for. Power and Greed and Money that is the cancer we are confronted with now.
August 27, 2012 12:51:03 PM

musical marv said:
Due to senseless wars and Wall Street and Banks and all the other crooked things that we are in trouble for. Power and Greed and Money that is the cancer we are confronted with now.


The country is really in trouble because the traditional individualist, entrepreneur work ethic has largely been replaced by an entitlement mentality in many of the citizens. The people have abdicated the reins of this country to the government to set up the entitlement state, starting with the Woodrow Wilson administration, expanding mightily with FDR and expanding pretty much ever since.. The government has very predictably been constantly seeking to expand its scope and power after that. So, you get a bunch of people who want to have absolutely no responsibility whatsoever and a government that is extremely willing and increasingly able to control anything and everything- it's a toxic combination.

I think you have it partially right that power and greed and money are a cancer- but the cancer is primarily growing in the government, not in the general populace. The founders knew that power corrupts and tried to prevent the government from becoming too powerful, lest it become corrupt and tyrannical. Much of the crap you refer to happening on Wall Street and the banks are a result of a powerful corrupt government giving certain group/companies legal favors in return for what are essentially bribes. Look at Barney Frank on the banking committee getting a bunch of campaign money from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and subsequently declaring they were A-OK, just before the whole subprime bubble burst. And do we throw him in the clink for corruption? Nope. We re-elect him :fou: 
August 27, 2012 12:57:08 PM

musical marv said:
All the losers you side with I guess.
My guess is Marv, that you took the quiz and it came up that you actually side with Republicans! What other reason would call a faceless group of people "losers" unless you just want to be a jacka$s.

musical marv said:
You will be in for quite a surprise if these 2 demons get in.The country will be in bad shape.
Your progressive rhetoric is just shameless...

musical marv said:
Due to senseless wars and Wall Street and Banks and all the other crooked things that we are in trouble for. Power and Greed and Money that is the cancer we are confronted with now.
Yeah okay Marv, and the additional $6Trillion in debt, business choking regulations, poor fiscal policy, not passing a federal budget in over 3 years, and the false green energy market have all been winners and middle class America is better off than before Obama took office. NOT!

C'mon Marv, man up, put on your big-boy pants, take the quiz, and post you results!
August 27, 2012 5:27:29 PM

One Idea: Glass-Stegall.
August 27, 2012 10:46:57 PM

I don't like how the questions are phrased. The first one was pro-life or pro-choice. Do I define these positions according to conventional wisdom, or do I have my own definition of life and choice?

I am pro-life but I am also pro freedom. You have the choice to kill your unborn child if you choose to do so, I just don't want ANY of my tax dollars paying for it. That goes for FREE contraception as well. Pay for you own damn sex or "reduced flow" or whatever. Birth control is not some luxury item only available to the rich. It is freely available everywhere, and yes for "free" even if you look (try the public school nurse). No one except the media and the left is talking about banning abortion or denying women of anything.

The first poll question alone threw me.

/walks away scratching head pondering the other poll questions
August 27, 2012 11:05:34 PM

Yeah, theory of evolution. Another ambiguous question. Yes I believe things change over time, including all life on the planet, the universe, everything. It still does not explain creation.

I don't facebook, sorry, but apparently my top 3 are:

Gary Johnson 94%
Paul Ryan 94%
Mitt Romney 92%
Barrack Obama 23%
August 28, 2012 2:38:38 AM

chunkymonster said:
My guess is Marv, that you took the quiz and it came up that you actually side with Republicans! What other reason would call a faceless group of people "losers" unless you just want to be a jacka$s.

Your progressive rhetoric is just shameless...

Yeah okay Marv, and the additional $6Trillion in debt, business choking regulations, poor fiscal policy, not passing a federal budget in over 3 years, and the false green energy market have all been winners and middle class America is better off than before Obama took office. NOT!

C'mon Marv, man up, put on your big-boy pants, take the quiz, and post you results!
You miserable Republicans never fail to mention the war W got us into in Iraq wasting trillions of dollars on nothing and losing lives also.Oh yes Cheney made millions on it also. You give two shits less about the Middle Class and Poor and Seniors only caring for your rich greedy friends who are Bankers, Elitists, and Oil Corporations.Obama tried to pass a budget but the no republicans knocked it down as usual. Stop playing goody two shoes and face up to it you care only about the Rich!
August 28, 2012 3:36:48 AM

musical marv said:
You miserable Republicans never fail to mention the war W got us into in Iraq wasting trillions of dollars on nothing and losing lives also.Oh yes Cheney made millions on it also. You give two shits less about the Middle Class and Poor and Seniors only caring for your rich greedy friends who are Bankers, Elitists, and Oil Corporations.Obama tried to pass a budget but the no republicans knocked it down as usual. Stop playing goody two shoes and face up to it you care only about the Rich!

What about the wars in Afghanistan and Libya that Obama has/had us in? He is a war mongrel himself yet he preached "Change". Obama is going to cut medicare if he is reelected (in healthcare law) and he was donated the most money from Wall Street than any other presidential candidate in history. So we know he doesn't really care about seniors and he is in the bed with Wall Street that is for sure. And Obama who in the second term will raise taxes on those making 250k or more (the "elitist" small business owners mostly) will strangle the economy and jobs even more. As for oil we know that Obama loves those middle eastern oil companies.
Oh republicans only care about the rich. Have not heard that one before. Go away from liberal talking points for once and bring up some substantial facts.

Back on topic:
I love looking at the liberal states and seeing that the economy is somewhat important to them- http://www.isidewith.com/results/9333303

Is it fair to say the liberals only care about non issues thrown at them by the media like gay marriage, birth control, racism, etc.??? I think it is.
August 28, 2012 5:41:05 AM

I hold a liberal view somewhat. Does that mean the economy does not matter to me then? Am I wrong for thinking the way I do? Am I inherently wrong on all issues?

Sames goes for my conservative views? Same questions.

Independent in mind, spirit, and body.
August 28, 2012 12:33:38 PM

mjmjpfaff said:
And Obama who in the second term will raise taxes on those making 250k or more (the "elitist" small business owners mostly) will strangle the economy and jobs even more.


He has already raised taxes on that group in the Obamacare law. He raised the general income tax rate by 3.2% on people earning $200k or more (couples making more than $250k) in that legislation. There are also a bunch of other excise taxes in that legislation on pretty much anything remotely healthcare related. Of course those will be passed on to all of us...
August 28, 2012 1:52:07 PM

Wait until January when the famous Bush tax cuts expire. Everyone, in every tax bracket who works and earns a paycheck will have higher taxes, not just people earning more than $250k.
August 28, 2012 1:54:05 PM

musical marv said:
You miserable Republicans never fail to mention the war W got us into in Iraq wasting trillions of dollars on nothing and losing lives also.Oh yes Cheney made millions on it also. You give two shits less about the Middle Class and Poor and Seniors only caring for your rich greedy friends who are Bankers, Elitists, and Oil Corporations.Obama tried to pass a budget but the no republicans knocked it down as usual. Stop playing goody two shoes and face up to it you care only about the Rich!
Blah, blah, blah...your continued liberal talking points really have gotten old and tired... :sleep:  :sleep:  :sleep: 

Just take take the quiz and post your results Marv!
August 28, 2012 2:07:08 PM

Oldmangamer_73 said:
Wait until January when the famous Bush tax cuts expire. Everyone, in every tax bracket who works and earns a paycheck will have higher taxes, not just people earning more than $250k.
I, personally, will realize a reduction of annual net income in the $2300-$2700 range if/when the Bush tax rates expire. That equates to anywhere from $88-$103 less income per month. That money represents a noticeable change in me and my family's lifestyle. I can not afford another 4 years of an Obama Administration.


August 28, 2012 2:35:05 PM

dogman_1234 said:
I hold a liberal view somewhat. Does that mean the economy does not matter to me then? Am I wrong for thinking the way I do? Am I inherently wrong on all issues?

Sames goes for my conservative views? Same questions.

Independent in mind, spirit, and body.

No Dogman, many liberal democrats in states like California follow non issues (thrown at them by the media) more closely than the economy. I live in California and know this is true.
You took it too personally Dogman. I know most people contributing to this forum know about the dire situation of our economy. It is a disgrace to see the state with the biggest economy in our country thinks this way.
August 28, 2012 6:48:29 PM

Gary 83%.. Mitt and Ron at 80%.
August 29, 2012 1:41:41 AM

Oldmangamer_73 said:
Wait until January when the famous Bush tax cuts expire. Everyone, in every tax bracket who works and earns a paycheck will have higher taxes, not just people earning more than $250k.


Adding the Obamacare tax increases on top of that, the top federal income bracket becomes 42.8%. Adding Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, etc. to that as well as your state and local taxes pushes that to the mid-50s. Effective tax rates on the entire income (due to alternative minimum) when all of the other income/payroll taxes are added in will be pretty darned close to half of your income at that level. Lovely, the government gets just as much of your paycheck as you do. If you are like me and pay usurious student loan rates because the government nationalized student loans and jacked the interest to the moon, it's more like 2/3-3/4 of your income. Yup, work 60-80 hours, get paid for 15-20. That's sure "Change I Can Believe In." :pfff: 
August 29, 2012 3:26:07 AM

mjmjpfaff said:
What about the wars in Afghanistan and Libya that Obama has/had us in? He is a war mongrel himself yet he preached "Change". Obama is going to cut medicare if he is reelected (in healthcare law) and he was donated the most money from Wall Street than any other presidential candidate in history. So we know he doesn't really care about seniors and he is in the bed with Wall Street that is for sure. And Obama who in the second term will raise taxes on those making 250k or more (the "elitist" small business owners mostly) will strangle the economy and jobs even more. As for oil we know that Obama loves those middle eastern oil companies.
Oh republicans only care about the rich. Have not heard that one before. Go away from liberal talking points for once and bring up some substantial facts.

Back on topic:
I love looking at the liberal states and seeing that the economy is somewhat important to them- http://www.isidewith.com/results/9333303

Is it fair to say the liberals only care about non issues thrown at them by the media like gay marriage, birth control, racism, etc.??? I think it is.

You are telling me racism, and birth control are not important who are you kidding! Racism is almost number one in this election with your great republican party. Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break!
August 29, 2012 4:08:24 AM

musical marv said:
You are telling me racism, and birth control are not important who are you kidding! Racism is almost number one in this election with your great republican party. Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break!

I am not saying that they are not real issues I am saying when compared to our economy they are nothing.

Here is a article for you- http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/texas-tells-cour...
Quote:
Tatel added that the record showed that minorities in Texas are more likely than whites not to have cars and to live up to 120 miles away from the closest place to get voter ID documents.


The DOJ saying that minorities have a tougher time getting ID's is just plain false. Not to mention making it a race issue when there is obvious voter fraud going on every election with millions of dead people voting- http://www.chicagonow.com/dennis-byrnes-barbershop/2012... and 2.8 million voters registered in more than one state.

And this story is just ridiculous- http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/04/08/DC-P... . It baffles me that Holder does not see the problem.

Quote:
Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break!
---> Quite a conspiracy theory you have there. So they close just late enough so democrats can't vote and just early enough for all the republicans to vote. Do you know what you are even saying???
August 29, 2012 1:52:20 PM

musical marv said:
You are telling me racism, and birth control are not important who are you kidding! Racism is almost number one in this election with your great republican party.


You must live in a different country than I do if you think that racism is the #1 issue in the election. The top issues in the election are the economy, unemployment, the budget deficit, and healthcare. Minor issues are immigration, energy policy, and our foreign policy with the Middle East. The Democrats have been using the race card throughout Obama's presidency to attempt to silence people critical of his views. They have been claiming "racism" so frequently and in so many cases which are clearly NOT about race at all that much of the public now ignores the Democrats' false claims of racism against opponents of the administration.

Now I will absolutely agree there is a significant amount of racism in the country, and it is not only legal, it and has the highest level of Supreme Court precedent of "compelling interest of the state" behind it. What do you think affirmative action is other than legalized discrimination against people of Caucasian, Middle Eastern, and Asian ancestry? Our government even *encourages* this racist behavior.

Quote:
Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break!


Give me a break, this is a non-issue. You are legally allowed to go vote on voting day and nobody can stop you. You can't even be arrested by the police if you are on your way to the polls. The demographics of who votes also flies in the face of your accusations as well- seniors vote in disproportionately HIGH numbers for crying out loud.

mjmjpfaff said:
I am not saying that they are not real issues I am saying when compared to our economy they are nothing.

Here is a article for you- http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/texas-tells-cour...
Tatel added that the record showed that minorities in Texas are more likely than whites not to have cars and to live up to 120 miles away from the closest place to get voter ID documents.


I would love to see Tatel's "study." Minorities are much more likely to be found in large urban areas with close proximity to government ID offices than Caucasians are. At least that's what the 2010 Census that we spent billions of dollars in taking showed us. I bet he included a bunch of foreign nationals (legal or illegal) in his study. Duh, if you don't live in the U.S. there are not going to be U.S. ID offices nearby and it is going to take a long time to get to one! Plus those people are not supposed to legally vote anyway so it's a moot point, but makes for a great-sounding "study" to "prove" that the big bad evil Republicans are trying to put an onerous burden on non-WASPs.

Quote:
The DOJ saying that minorities have a tougher time getting ID's is just plain false. Not to mention making it a race issue when there is obvious voter fraud going on every election with millions of dead people voting- http://www.chicagonow.com/dennis-byrnes-barbershop/2012... and 2.8 million voters registered in more than one state.

And this story is just ridiculous- http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/04/08/DC-P... . It baffles me that Holder does not see the problem.

Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break! Quite a conspiracy theory you have there. So they close just late enough so democrats can't vote and just early enough for all the republicans to vote. Do you know what you are even saying???


The whole reason that the Democrats want to not have voter ID laws is because the vote fraud benefits them. The country is fairly closely divided between conservative and ANY advantage either side can get is a big benefit. It is estimated that only around 500k people in the country will decide the entire election. About 45% of the voters overall are solid Democrats and 45% are solid Republicans. Nobody cares about undecided voters in stronghold states like Wyoming or New York. It's just getting 50% + one vote of the undecided 10% in a handful of swing states. It doesn't take a bunch of fake votes in the correct places to sway an election.

Vote fraud is a favorite of the Democrats since urban areas are Democrat strongholds. They have lots of people in a single place and it is much easier to have vote fraud both be undetected and add a lot of votes for that candidate. You can easily add 100k fraudulent Democrat votes in a city of 5 million people as it is probably only 5-10% of the Democrat ballots cast, and you only have to fudge with votes at a few precincts. The Republicans cannot do that as having a Republican win an isolated large city precinct which is historically heavily Democrat arouses a bunch of suspicion. However having the Democrat win by 1M votes instead of 900k votes arouses no suspicion. Adding 100k fake votes in rural Republican strongholds is much harder as you have to do that at a bunch of precicts unless you want it to be obvious. Having 17,000 Republican votes in a precinct with 1000 registered voters is awfully suspicious. Having 100 precincts in on the fraud deal means a lot of people know about it and any one of them can leak to the press and blow the thing wide open. Thus the Democrats want to perpetuate the vote fraud as it helps them and the Republicans want to stop it as it hurts them.
August 29, 2012 2:59:11 PM

musical marv said:
You are telling me racism, and birth control are not important who are you kidding! Racism is almost number one in this election with your great republican party. Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break!
Your narrow world view and close minded thinking is part and parcel to the sad state of modern American society and of our economy.

I could give a laundry list of issues that are FAR MORE important (but MU_Engineer already did) that free birth control and the self-perpetuating progressive race/class warfare narrative; but I know you are too far gone as a to let go of the failed progressive ideologies.

Did you know in order to get into the Democratic National Convention next week, each attendant/delegate will be required to show photo identification? So, if Democrat party supporters need ID to enter the convention, then ironically, by your own logic, the Democrats are also racist and against senior citizens.

Sorry Marv, but the progressive righteous indignation is getting old, real Americans are tired of the hateful rhetoric and false promises from Democrats.
August 29, 2012 7:43:17 PM

musical marv said:
You are telling me racism, and birth control are not important who are you kidding! Racism is almost number one in this election with your great republican party. Voter ID Closing polling booths hours before people can vote and surpassing the minority and senior votes so the Republicans have a better chance of winning. Gimme a break!


Are you serious..
August 30, 2012 2:36:51 AM

And we wonder why our country is in the crapper...
August 30, 2012 3:34:26 AM

chunkymonster said:
Your narrow world view and close minded thinking is part and parcel to the sad state of modern American society and of our economy.

I could give a laundry list of issues that are FAR MORE important (but MU_Engineer already did) that free birth control and the self-perpetuating progressive race/class warfare narrative; but I know you are too far gone as a to let go of the failed progressive ideologies.

Did you know in order to get into the Democratic National Convention next week, each attendant/delegate will be required to show photo identification? So, if Democrat party supporters need ID to enter the convention, then ironically, by your own logic, the Democrats are also racist and against senior citizens.

Sorry Marv, but the progressive righteous indignation is getting old, real Americans are tired of the hateful rhetoric and false promises from Democrats.
What vision does Romney have to lead this country out of this mess you say we are in?
August 30, 2012 3:56:19 AM

musical marv said:
out of this mess you say we are in?

Are you skeptical that we are in an economic recession???
August 30, 2012 12:59:39 PM

musical marv said:
What vision does Romney have to lead this country out of this mess you say we are in?
I don't say we are this mess; the poor economy says we are in this mess, the rising national debt says we are in this mess, the unemployment rate says we are in this mess, the number of businesses relocating overseas due to Obama's fiscal policy says we are in this mess...should I go on? If you are brave enough and want an unbiased take on the mess we are in, watch RT TV, watch the BBC News from England (not BBC America!) and read the news articles coming out of Europe about the American economy.

If you have to ask what Romney's vision is to lead this country, it is obvious that you have not been watching the Republican National Convention, did not listen to Chris Christie's keynote speech, did not listen to Paul Ryan, did not listen to Rand Paul, did not listen to Condoleeza Rice, and have not been paying attention to what Romney has been saying in his interviews and campaign speeches.

Tune into the RNC tonight Marv, you can listen and see for yourself what Romney's vision is as he is giving his acceptance speech. If you can't handle watching the Fox News or Fox Business News channels, then at least watch CNN. But please, avoid watching MSNBC as there bias will not give you the full view of the convention, as proven Tuesday night when they turned the camera's away from any minority giving a speech at the RNC and put the cameras on their talking heads who then complained about the lack of diversity at the RNC; hyposcrisy.

August 30, 2012 2:25:52 PM

chunkymonster said:
I don't say we are this mess; the poor economy says we are in this mess, the rising national debt says we are in this mess, the unemployment rate says we are in this mess, the number of businesses relocating overseas due to Obama's fiscal policy says we are in this mess...should I go on? If you are brave enough and want an unbiased take on the mess we are in, watch RT TV, watch the BBC News from England (not BBC America!) and read the news articles coming out of Europe about the American economy.

If you have to ask what Romney's vision is to lead this country, it is obvious that you have not been watching the Republican National Convention, did not listen to Chris Christie's keynote speech, did not listen to Paul Ryan, did not listen to Rand Paul, did not listen to Condoleeza Rice, and have not been paying attention to what Romney has been saying in his interviews and campaign speeches.

Tune into the RNC tonight Marv, you can listen and see for yourself what Romney's vision is as he is giving his acceptance speech. If you can't handle watching the Fox News or Fox Business News channels, then at least watch CNN. But please, avoid watching MSNBC as there bias will not give you the full view of the convention, as proven Tuesday night when they turned the camera's away from any minority giving a speech at the RNC and put the cameras on their talking heads who then complained about the lack of diversity at the RNC; hyposcrisy.

I thought Rand Paul was spectacular. He outlined specific things that Republicans MUST compromise on and what they needed to defend for the economy to start growing at good levels again.
On MSNBC, when Mitt Romney walked up after his wife's speech he said (paraphrasing) "look at how robotic he looks walking up there". What analysis on that channel. It never ceases to amaze me.
August 30, 2012 3:42:13 PM

"The only way for success is for man to see his faults and compromise...letting go of his very nature for the benefit of his family."
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