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posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by HostileApostle
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If the federal government is having a blow-out bonanza cash give-away, Ryan would have been irresponsible and shirking his duties to his constituents to NOT request some of those funds for the district he represents. But alas, that is simply too logical for most libs to grasp. So, instead, let's just get all emotional, right???


There is a thing called principles, something Romney and Ryan both lack.

It's not just about him taking the money, it's him praising the Stimulus and praising how it is helping to create jobs and economic growth. And then saying to the public that it is a failure when he knows his district has directly benefited from it and helped create jobs in his own district.

I don't really expect any of the right wingers here to admit that it is hypocritical, their politicians can do no wrong, they seriously have the easiest job in the world.

They could advocate that you guys take a tax hike so the rich can get a tax break and you would support them. OH WAIT, that is EXACTLY what they are doing.


WAIT! STOP!!!
YOU are going to lecture ME on principles!?!? REALLY!?!?!?
And then site there and defend the likes of Barry Soetor/Barrack Hussein Obama - the LEAST transparent president in the history of the United States - the one who has broken EVERY campaign promise - except healthcare!?!?!?!?!?!

I've already stated unequivocally that they are ALL hypocrites!

If you are looking for someone with principles, you're talking to him. Libertarian here!




posted on Oct, 12 2012 @ 10:59 AM
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I am an Obama supporter and a democrat. I don't consider myself stupid or drinking kool aid. I am an american who has the right to support any candidate I choose without name calling. No system on this planet is perfect and I have chosen the party and president that I believe will benefit all americans. I think both men did a fine job for their party but Mr. Ryan is very limited in his world views, particularly about women.



posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 08:52 AM
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Originally posted by MOMof3
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I am an Obama supporter and a democrat. I don't consider myself stupid or drinking kool aid. I am an american who has the right to support any candidate I choose without name calling. No system on this planet is perfect and I have chosen the party and president that I believe will benefit all americans. I think both men did a fine job for their party but Mr. Ryan is very limited in his world views, particularly about women.



Hmmmm... please allow me to dissect your comments. First of all, where did I call you a name?

Next, as an American, you have the right to support Hitler, Stalin, Che, Mussolini, Pol Pot or anyone for that matter. It doesn't mean that whomever you support is what is best for the country. It means that America is FREE. Continuing to support Obama will guarantee that we will lose a significant ampount of our freedom. The last 4 Presidents have seen fit to basically dismantle the Constitution - but apparently that is ok with you.

No system is perfect - we can agree. But Socialism and Facism are 2 of the worst - and happen to be the 2 systems that obama advocates for the most! In fact, both have failed miserably everywhere they have been tried leading to millions of innocent people suffering.

Your claim regarding Mr. Ryan's "Worldview" is quite funny as I watched him dismantle Biden on the MiddleEast and foreign policy. I can't speak toward his views on "Women", but can state unequivocally that he believes in PERSONAL responsibility regardless of gender.





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