Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by john » Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:21 pm

The state of the States… :wink:

McConnell Campaign Rocked by Photo Showing Him With Science Book

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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by john » Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:24 pm

eeuunikkeiexpat wrote:Rip, I thought you had better use of your time than reading obvious propaganda and participating in a rigged game?
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by john » Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:30 pm

JHyre wrote:I do derive a certain joy from watching the massive machine built by Democrats, Socialists, Progressives, Liberals, Social Democrats, RINO-Sympathizers, etc. (all the same thing with varying shades of pink) get taken over by the people they most despise, time after time after time. Fools.

A close second is watching the same slow learners swoon over populist speeches made by people who have become very wealthy on their tax dollars and then attack those who earned their wealth honestly and pay disproportionately high taxes. Dupes.

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John, you've given new meaning to the adverb honestly. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by admin » Tue Nov 04, 2014 3:08 pm

I am half inclined to declare this thread spam and close it, because the whole topics has less meaningful substance than a Chinese V I A G R A link. At least everyone would get to enjoy the promise of being made happy in the end.

If I voted in the U.S. (never have, never will), I would vote for the most corrupt inept political sold out piece of shit on the ballot in hopes of hastening the end of the whole mess. Only problem is, how do you determine which one that is among the candidates offered.

You see the problem?

At least it would be easier than trying to find the hardworking, truthful telling, competent, candidate on the ballot.

I hear Ukraine is offering some real choices these days at the ballot box.
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by john » Tue Nov 04, 2014 3:22 pm

admin wrote: I hear Ukraine is offering some real choices these days at the ballot box.
But they have been declared illegal by the Central Government and their patrons in the West. :wink:
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by Andres » Tue Nov 04, 2014 3:46 pm

Yup. Only the elections whose outcomes are sanctioned by the USSA government are valid.
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by Ripsigg » Tue Nov 04, 2014 4:00 pm

eeuunikkeiexpat wrote:Rip, I thought you had better use of your time than reading obvious propaganda and participating in a rigged game?
The Democrat Party uses postcard mailers with big words and short sentences, hard to avoid when checking the mail and provides reading material on the walk from the mailbox to the front door. About voting? :alien: Plenty of people go play in casinos on games that are naturally rigged against them. I'll stop by at the Student Union on my way to class to play the game.

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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by eeuunikkeiexpat » Tue Nov 04, 2014 5:32 pm

admin wrote:...I would vote for the most corrupt inept political sold out piece of shit on the ballot in hopes of hastening the end of the whole mess. ...
:thumright: Same way I think. We have to meet some day.
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by Ripsigg » Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:12 pm

eeuunikkeiexpat wrote:
admin wrote:...I would vote for the most corrupt inept political sold out piece of shit on the ballot in hopes of hastening the end of the whole mess. ...
:thumright: Same way I think. We have to meet some day.
I think I voted for one of them today. At least that is what the smear radio ad would have you believe. Multiple car accidents on state vehicles, hiring relatives to work on his campaign team and in his office.....

Bringing the system down is an intriguing thought and it's best handled by being Pro-Obamacare and Pro-Welfare. Get as many people on it as possible and bankrupt the system.

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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by greg~judy » Wed Nov 05, 2014 1:14 am

~
fwiw...

“Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor
and campaign funds from the rich,
by promising to protect each from the other.” – Oscar Ameringer

“Politicians are interested in people.
Not that it is always a virtue.
Fleas are interested in dogs.” – P.J. O’Rourke

and for a pièce de résistance ...
sage <and timeless> wisdom from his eminence <r.i.p.>...
George Carlin - Why I Don't Vote

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxsQ7jJJcEA
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by HybridAmbassador » Wed Nov 05, 2014 2:11 pm

Obama, why even stay in the office any further. Well he can still exsert the Executive Order till the next power change.

The mantra was: Yes we can-make the change. Least, the unemployment down to 5.9 % then the gdp risen to over 3.0%.. But since he is the peace nobel prize laureat he can not do war, then called the weakling by the American people, thus the consequence. But it was interesting that even for ever democrat state of Iowa the new candidate
lost to rising Republican woman..
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Re: Election Day tomorrow (November 4th) in the USA

Post by john » Wed Nov 05, 2014 3:55 pm

HybridAmbassador wrote:Obama, why even stay in the office any further. Well he can still exsert the Executive Order till the next power change.

The mantra was: Yes we can-make the change. Least, the unemployment down to 5.9 % then the gdp risen to over 3.0%.. But since he is the peace nobel prize laureat he can not do war, then called the weakling by the American people, thus the consequence. But it was interesting that even for ever democrat state of Iowa the new candidate
lost to rising Republican woman..
To paraphrase what used to be said of the Chicago Police Department, "The US has the best political system that money can buy." :cry:
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