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Paul7
10-28-2012, 22:05
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/10/28/time-for-dems-to-hit-panic-button

:thumbsup:

QNman
10-28-2012, 22:11
Good article. I hope he's right.

Gunboat1
10-29-2012, 08:08
Amen! Preach it, brother.

I'm feeling hopeful that there are still a majority of Americans who have brains and values. We shall see.

Nov 6th is a critical day in American history. GET OUT AND VOTE AGAINST OBAMA!

series1811
10-29-2012, 09:28
You can sure sense the desperation and panic in the DUers, "centrists" and truth-squadders who post here. :supergrin:

whoflungdo
10-29-2012, 09:37
You can sure sense the desperation and panic in the DUers, "centrists" and truth-squadders who post here. :supergrin:

I don't necessarily think there is a larger percentage of new republicans voting or people that have change to the GOP. I think you will see very low voter turnout for Obama's base. It has to be difficult to vote for him with a straight face and in good conscience. My bet is that they will stay home to save face.

PettyOfficer
10-29-2012, 09:39
You can sure sense the desperation and panic in the DUers, "centrists" and truth-squadders who post here. :supergrin:

I'm a centrist who normally leans a little left, but I'm not desperate or panicking. Truth be told, in Texas, not voting for Obama is the same as voting for Mitt, and I'm not going to cast a presidential vote this year.

Obama needs to go, but Mitt is not my candidate.

Taken with the 'With Mitt' iOS app:
http://i1150.photobucket.com/albums/o617/GTPettyOfficer/25535572-CD8E-44A8-B366-3550D6204800-1003-00000214369BC38B_zps4a39747f.jpg

Paul7
10-29-2012, 10:01
I don't necessarily think there is a larger percentage of new republicans voting or people that have change to the GOP. I think you will see very low voter turnout for Obama's base. It has to be difficult to vote for him with a straight face and in good conscience. My bet is that they will stay home to save face.

Many of the polling models showing Obama tied or up are using 2008 Democratic voting levels, which ain't going to happen this year. The GOP base is waaay more excited to vote this time. And remember most of the undecideds traditionally vote against the incumbent.

Paul7
10-29-2012, 10:02
I'm a centrist who normally leans a little left, but I'm not desperate or panicking. Truth be told, in Texas, not voting for Obama is the same as voting for Mitt, and I'm not going to cast a presidential vote this year.

Obama needs to go, but Mitt is not my candidate.

Taken with the 'With Mitt' iOS app:
http://i1150.photobucket.com/albums/o617/GTPettyOfficer/25535572-CD8E-44A8-B366-3550D6204800-1003-00000214369BC38B_zps4a39747f.jpg

So how is Obama going to go if you don't vote him out?

aircarver
10-29-2012, 10:08
So how is Obama going to go if you don't vote him out?

I guess he intends to ride on the backs of others ... :upeyes:

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whoflungdo
10-29-2012, 10:13
So how is Obama going to go if you don't vote him out?

I guess he intends to ride on the backs of others ... :upeyes:

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Isn't that what "Centrists" do? They can't make the tough decisions or take a stand so they have to rely on others to do their dirty work? I actually have more respect for people that say, I'm voting for Obama and here's why than people like our centrists here who say something similar to what the Petty Officer did...

G29Reload
10-29-2012, 10:59
Isn't that what "Centrists" do? .

Centrists are what lefties call themselves when their candididate is losing or embarrassing himself.

countrygun
10-29-2012, 13:51
I'm a centrist who normally leans a little left, but I'm not desperate or panicking. Truth be told, in Texas, not voting for Obama is the same as voting for Mitt, and I'm not going to cast a presidential vote this year.

Obama needs to go, but Mitt is not my candidate.

Taken with the 'With Mitt' iOS app:
http://i1150.photobucket.com/albums/o617/GTPettyOfficer/25535572-CD8E-44A8-B366-3550D6204800-1003-00000214369BC38B_zps4a39747f.jpg


I'd like to be able to tell you how sorry I am that you've made that choice.........................but I can't.

ModGlock17
10-29-2012, 18:46
..

Obama needs to go, but Mitt is not my candidate.




Think of it in a bigger picture:

Any vote that brings Obama closer to winning, is a vote for Obama.

Voting is an expression of individual beliefs, to people who are full of self. It is a desire to influence the country's direction, to people who see outside of self.

Vic777
10-29-2012, 20:43
Obama needs to go, but Mitt is not my candidate.
That's fine, you can always say that for the most important election in your lifetime, You stood on the sidelines. When America needed you, you stood down! You're not the kind we count on, you're not the kind we expect to do the heavy lifting. You are a lieberal.

series1811
10-30-2012, 07:50
I'm a centrist who normally leans a little left,

Of course! All of the "centrists" here just lean a tiny, little, itty bitty, fractional (almost infinitestimal really) amount to the left. :supergrin:

JFrame
10-30-2012, 08:04
Of course! All of the "centrists" here just lean a tiny, little, itty bitty, fractional (almost infinitestimal really) amount to the left. :supergrin:

:rofl::rofl::rofl:

Leftists are going to have to come up with a new code word that doesn't tip everyone off -- "centrist" just doesn't cut it any more. http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/grin.gif


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Gunboat1
10-30-2012, 08:17
"Centrist" = lying liberal socialist scum with no ethics and no grasp of reality. Guess it's time for a new smokescreen.

English
10-30-2012, 09:49
I have only just realised that being a little bit left is very like being a little bit pregnant.

English

aircarver
10-30-2012, 10:04
Little bit left:

From each according to his abilities...

... to each according to his needs ....

:upeyes:

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SCmasterblaster
10-30-2012, 11:49
I wonder what BHO's panic button is? Gun seizures?

kirgi08
10-30-2012, 12:53
The UN.'08.

SCmasterblaster
10-30-2012, 13:02
The UN.'08.

That's right. He still has the UN on his side.:steamed:

PettyOfficer
10-30-2012, 13:37
So how is Obama going to go if you don't vote him out?

I live in Texas, its not even close here, all electoral votes are going Romney.

SCmasterblaster
10-30-2012, 13:42
I live in Texas, its not even close here, all electoral votes are going Romney.

You're right about TX.

PettyOfficer
10-30-2012, 13:56
Okay, I won't use centrist, ill use moderate. Pro gun, pro choice, pro gay equality/marriage, pro small government, pro drug law reform, etc.

As well, pro welfare (wait a moment before getting upset) but definitely pro welfare reform: to take away the ability to game the system so the lazy cant take advantage: most welfare recipients are children and elderly and they don't deserve punishment.

I am not lacking morals, i care about people and their rights (i.e. right to marry). I just don't agree with entire party lines, and don't support suppressing others rights (which happens to only be a small percentage of the right anyways).

And again, by not voting for Obama I'm not giving him one more vote: in Texas, a no-vote is a vote for Romney.

I'm not riding anybody's backs, I just want Obama out but will be able to say I did not vote for Romney. I could vote third party, but I can't say any of them are worthwhile and won't bother supporting a third party platform I haven't bothered to even consider because they have no shot.

I voted for Obama in 08 because he was the lesser of two evils: McCain was out of touch with reality, too old and a serious curmudgeon. This time, Romney is out of touch with real Americans living paycheck to paycheck, he's just not the grumpy old man I believe McCain is.

In '12 Romney is the lesser of two evils, but I learned my mistake about voting for lesser evils.

SCmasterblaster
10-30-2012, 14:04
Okay, I won't use centrist, ill use moderate. Pro gun, pro choice, pro gay equality/marriage, pro small government, pro drug law reform, etc.

As well, pro welfare (wait a moment before getting upset) but definitely pro welfare reform: to take away the ability to game the system so the lazy cant take advantage: most welfare recipients are children and elderly and they don't deserve punishment.

I am not lacking morals, i care about people and their rights (i.e. right to marry). I just don't agree with entire party lines, and don't support suppressing others rights (which happens to only be a small percentage of the right anyways).

And again, by not voting for Obama I'm not giving him one more vote: in Texas, a no-vote is a vote for Romney.

I'm not riding anybody's backs, I just want Obama out but will be able to say I did not vote for Romney. I could vote third party, but I can't say any of them are worthwhile and won't bother supporting a third party platform I haven't bothered to even consider because they have no shot.

I voted for Obama in 08 because he was the lesser of two evils: McCain was out of touch with reality, too old and a serious curmudgeon. This time, Romney is out of touch with real Americans living paycheck to paycheck, he's just not the grumpy old man I believe McCain is.

In '12 Romney is the lesser of two evils, but I learned my mistake about voting for lesser evils.

and THAT is a HUGE plus in his favor. He can be rebuffed by the HR on budgets, but he would have a very hard time getting a gun control bill passed, if he was so inclined. BUT HE ISN'T.

PettyOfficer
10-30-2012, 14:22
and THAT is a HUGE plus in his favor. He can be rebuffed by the HR on budgets, but he would have a very hard time getting a gun control bill passed, if he was so inclined. BUT HE ISN'T.

Um, what point is in who's favor? You quoted my entire post.

ModGlock17
10-30-2012, 15:16
. . This time, Romney is out of touch with real Americans living paycheck to paycheck, ......
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There was a time Romney was trying to make a living from no paycheck to no paycheck, worked but no return in sight. Stick your neck out while family is depending on you for food. It's called being an entrepreneur. I know because I walked in similar shoe. I think you just haven't met Romney, the man.

Sounds like you're a good man yourself.

Lockback
10-30-2012, 15:38
Centrists are what lefties call themselves when their candididate is losing or embarrassing himself.

BINGO!. :supergrin:

jeanderson
10-30-2012, 16:01
This time, Romney is out of touch with real Americans living paycheck to paycheck, he's just not the grumpy old man I believe McCain is.

Huh? I think Romney is much more "in touch" with real Americans than the half-breed, Marxist Indonesian will ever be.