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  • Mary
    In the final days before the election I wish the Dems would pound home points: the obstructionist House of Reps, their wish to shrink government while
    Message 1 of 6 , Nov 2, 2012
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      In the final days before the election I wish the Dems would pound home points: the obstructionist House of Reps, their wish to shrink government while contradictorily wanting to involve it in women's reproductive rights; and the fact that ObamaCare hasn't even been fully implemented to help even more people.

      Mary

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@...> wrote:
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      > I think Obama likes being president. He is very good at it and seems a natural in the role. Philosophically he is very clean with little overt religion and a worthwhile objective of giving the common man a fair shake. He is making progress and I am happy to support him.
      > Romney is a whole different bag of worms. Why does a rich man want power so badly? He seems driven to power but why? What is his true motovation and where does it come from. For six years he has been pounding away at becoming president.
      > Philosophically he is a dense subtrafuge of the hidden agendae of mormanism. He does not say what he will do and that is true to his mormon secretivness. I cannot accept a secret man from a secret religion as a leader of a free people. This candidate is a true pig in a poke. He comes from a cartel/cult that hides in a temple and just says trust me. In one of the few things I agree with the christian right about is I do not trust Mitt. He is mean and secretive and that sounds like the formula for a reincarnation of Richard Millhouse Nixon. I conjure up visions of Mitt wandering the corridors of the White House asking for the help of Joe Smith and then doing whatever pops into his deluded mind. I can see a very capricous man knocking at the doors of power. He needs to be locked out. Bill
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    • William
      Message 2 of 6 , Nov 2, 2012
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        --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Mary" <josephson45r@...> wrote:
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        > In the final days before the election I wish the Dems would pound home points: the obstructionist House of Reps, their wish to shrink government while contradictorily wanting to involve it in women's reproductive rights; and the fact that ObamaCare hasn't even been fully implemented to help even more people.
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        > Mary
        > Mary, I readily agree with that as I have always known that the republican base understands it cannot elect a president they must secure the base and then move to the middle. They plot their strategy like wolves and then set out in sheeps clothing. The dems need to reintroduce the middle ground sheep to the ways of wolves. Reintroduce them to the ways of bain capital and the ways of the right to life fanatics. Beat them and then go after what they really hide and defend. That is the bloated and unnecessary defense budget. Rip their money machine away from them and only then will they return to rationality and good citisenship. The lies they told in their flight to the middle are all in the open and you are correct, keep pointing them out. Bill
        > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@> wrote:
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        > > I think Obama likes being president. He is very good at it and seems a natural in the role. Philosophically he is very clean with little overt religion and a worthwhile objective of giving the common man a fair shake. He is making progress and I am happy to support him.
        > > Romney is a whole different bag of worms. Why does a rich man want power so badly? He seems driven to power but why? What is his true motovation and where does it come from. For six years he has been pounding away at becoming president.
        > > Philosophically he is a dense subtrafuge of the hidden agendae of mormanism. He does not say what he will do and that is true to his mormon secretivness. I cannot accept a secret man from a secret religion as a leader of a free people. This candidate is a true pig in a poke. He comes from a cartel/cult that hides in a temple and just says trust me. In one of the few things I agree with the christian right about is I do not trust Mitt. He is mean and secretive and that sounds like the formula for a reincarnation of Richard Millhouse Nixon. I conjure up visions of Mitt wandering the corridors of the White House asking for the help of Joe Smith and then doing whatever pops into his deluded mind. I can see a very capricous man knocking at the doors of power. He needs to be locked out. Bill
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      • Mary
        Bill, I ve never seen such pathetic lying and photo ops in all my days. I won t miss the bad acting and robotic gestures. These people have no hearts; who are
        Message 3 of 6 , Nov 2, 2012
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          Bill,

          I've never seen such pathetic lying and photo ops in all my days. I won't miss the bad acting and robotic gestures. These people have no hearts; who are they trying to kid?!?

          Mary

          --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@...> wrote:
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          > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Mary" <josephson45r@> wrote:
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          > > In the final days before the election I wish the Dems would pound home points: the obstructionist House of Reps, their wish to shrink government while contradictorily wanting to involve it in women's reproductive rights; and the fact that ObamaCare hasn't even been fully implemented to help even more people.
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          > > Mary
          > > Mary, I readily agree with that as I have always known that the republican base understands it cannot elect a president they must secure the base and then move to the middle. They plot their strategy like wolves and then set out in sheeps clothing. The dems need to reintroduce the middle ground sheep to the ways of wolves. Reintroduce them to the ways of bain capital and the ways of the right to life fanatics. Beat them and then go after what they really hide and defend. That is the bloated and unnecessary defense budget. Rip their money machine away from them and only then will they return to rationality and good citisenship. The lies they told in their flight to the middle are all in the open and you are correct, keep pointing them out. Bill
          > > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@> wrote:
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          > > > I think Obama likes being president. He is very good at it and seems a natural in the role. Philosophically he is very clean with little overt religion and a worthwhile objective of giving the common man a fair shake. He is making progress and I am happy to support him.
          > > > Romney is a whole different bag of worms. Why does a rich man want power so badly? He seems driven to power but why? What is his true motovation and where does it come from. For six years he has been pounding away at becoming president.
          > > > Philosophically he is a dense subtrafuge of the hidden agendae of mormanism. He does not say what he will do and that is true to his mormon secretivness. I cannot accept a secret man from a secret religion as a leader of a free people. This candidate is a true pig in a poke. He comes from a cartel/cult that hides in a temple and just says trust me. In one of the few things I agree with the christian right about is I do not trust Mitt. He is mean and secretive and that sounds like the formula for a reincarnation of Richard Millhouse Nixon. I conjure up visions of Mitt wandering the corridors of the White House asking for the help of Joe Smith and then doing whatever pops into his deluded mind. I can see a very capricous man knocking at the doors of power. He needs to be locked out. Bill
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        • irvhal
          Bill, Your Mormon libel against Romney is reminiscent of the Catholic libel against your Democrat icon John Kennedy. But now, as then, neither group is
          Message 4 of 6 , Nov 2, 2012
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            Bill,

            Your Mormon libel against Romney is reminiscent of the Catholic libel against your Democrat icon John Kennedy. But now, as then, neither group is monolithic and both men show independence. As to reproductive rights, both presidential candidates reject absolute restrictions on abortion -- be it exceptions for health, life, rape or incest -- though as a practical matter technological innovations like Depro-Provera and the morning after pill have made feminine reproductive control a fait accompli. And to harp on Republican fundamentalist pests, while ignoring swarthy, rabble rousing street preachers among the Democrats is petty partisanship. Let's not forget Nietzsche's admonition that the leveling, destructive force of egalitarian resentment emanates from religiosity and socialism alike.

            Irvin

            --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@...> wrote:
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            > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Mary" <josephson45r@> wrote:
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            > > In the final days before the election I wish the Dems would pound home points: the obstructionist House of Reps, their wish to shrink government while contradictorily wanting to involve it in women's reproductive rights; and the fact that ObamaCare hasn't even been fully implemented to help even more people.
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            > > Mary
            > > Mary, I readily agree with that as I have always known that the republican base understands it cannot elect a president they must secure the base and then move to the middle. They plot their strategy like wolves and then set out in sheeps clothing. The dems need to reintroduce the middle ground sheep to the ways of wolves. Reintroduce them to the ways of bain capital and the ways of the right to life fanatics. Beat them and then go after what they really hide and defend. That is the bloated and unnecessary defense budget. Rip their money machine away from them and only then will they return to rationality and good citisenship. The lies they told in their flight to the middle are all in the open and you are correct, keep pointing them out. Bill
            > > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@> wrote:
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            > > > I think Obama likes being president. He is very good at it and seems a natural in the role. Philosophically he is very clean with little overt religion and a worthwhile objective of giving the common man a fair shake. He is making progress and I am happy to support him.
            > > > Romney is a whole different bag of worms. Why does a rich man want power so badly? He seems driven to power but why? What is his true motovation and where does it come from. For six years he has been pounding away at becoming president.
            > > > Philosophically he is a dense subtrafuge of the hidden agendae of mormanism. He does not say what he will do and that is true to his mormon secretivness. I cannot accept a secret man from a secret religion as a leader of a free people. This candidate is a true pig in a poke. He comes from a cartel/cult that hides in a temple and just says trust me. In one of the few things I agree with the christian right about is I do not trust Mitt. He is mean and secretive and that sounds like the formula for a reincarnation of Richard Millhouse Nixon. I conjure up visions of Mitt wandering the corridors of the White House asking for the help of Joe Smith and then doing whatever pops into his deluded mind. I can see a very capricous man knocking at the doors of power. He needs to be locked out. Bill
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          • William
            Message 5 of 6 , Nov 2, 2012
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              --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "irvhal" <i99hj@...> wrote:
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              > Bill,
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              > Your Mormon libel against Romney is reminiscent of the Catholic libel against your Democrat icon John Kennedy. But now, as then, neither group is monolithic and both men show independence. As to reproductive rights, both presidential candidates reject absolute restrictions on abortion -- be it exceptions for health, life, rape or incest -- though as a practical matter technological innovations like Depro-Provera and the morning after pill have made feminine reproductive control a fait accompli. And to harp on Republican fundamentalist pests, while ignoring swarthy, rabble rousing street preachers among the Democrats is petty partisanship. Let's not forget Nietzsche's admonition that the leveling, destructive force of egalitarian resentment emanates from religiosity and socialism alike.
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              > Irvin
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              > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@> wrote:
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              > > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Mary" <josephson45r@> wrote:
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              > > > In the final days before the election I wish the Dems would pound home points: the obstructionist House of Reps, their wish to shrink government while contradictorily wanting to involve it in women's reproductive rights; and the fact that ObamaCare hasn't even been fully implemented to help even more people.
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              > > > Mary
              > > > Mary, I readily agree with that as I have always known that the republican base understands it cannot elect a president they must secure the base and then move to the middle. They plot their strategy like wolves and then set out in sheeps clothing. The dems need to reintroduce the middle ground sheep to the ways of wolves. Reintroduce them to the ways of bain capital and the ways of the right to life fanatics. Beat them and then go after what they really hide and defend. That is the bloated and unnecessary defense budget. Rip their money machine away from them and only then will they return to rationality and good citisenship. The lies they told in their flight to the middle are all in the open and you are correct, keep pointing them out. Bill
              > > > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "William" <vize9938@> wrote:
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              > > > > I think Obama likes being president. He is very good at it and seems a natural in the role. Philosophically he is very clean with little overt religion and a worthwhile objective of giving the common man a fair shake. He is making progress and I am happy to support him.
              > > > > Romney is a whole different bag of worms. Why does a rich man want power so badly? He seems driven to power but why? What is his true motovation and where does it come from. For six years he has been pounding away at becoming president.
              > > > > Philosophically he is a dense subtrafuge of the hidden agendae of mormanism. He does not say what he will do and that is true to his mormon secretivness. I cannot accept a secret man from a secret religion as a leader of a free people. This candidate is a true pig in a poke. He comes from a cartel/cult that hides in a temple and just says trust me. In one of the few things I agree with the christian right about is I do not trust Mitt. He is mean and secretive and that sounds like the formula for a reincarnation of Richard Millhouse Nixon. I conjure up visions of Mitt wandering the corridors of the White House asking for the help of Joe Smith and then doing whatever pops into his deluded mind. I can see a very capricous man knocking at the doors of power. He needs to be locked out. Bill
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