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Old 07-03-2014, 12:06 PM
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The VAST majority of this nation is Conservative - clearly most of the Democratic Gay Liberal Anti-Gun tree hugging people are in cities where of course also is extreme debt, bankruptcy, crime, murder, restrictive laws, etc etc etc







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Old 07-03-2014, 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by NeverWill View Post
You left out Women.
Women voted somewhat disproportionately for Obama compared to men.

Those of you who have been around a while will recall me listing that as one of the reasons women should never have been allowed to vote.

Of course, women could still be allowed to vote if they simply voted the way their husbands or fathers instructed them.
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Old 07-03-2014, 01:47 PM
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Originally Posted by NeverWill View Post
Haliburton his previous employer makes money from wars and huge problems in oil rich countries.

In the early 1990's Cheney in an interview defending the GOP because they didn't attack Iraq later attacks and blames all of their problems on BHO.

Why would he care. He got his check
And you're a CPA?

First, Cheney gave up over 10 mil in stock options to run as VP. Second there was no such thing as a no bid contract. Halliburton already had negotiated rates for their devices before the war. It's call military preparedness. Anyone who has bid on government jobs would know this.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:47 PM
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Congress is 100% responsible for the current inflow on illegal's.
how is congress to blame for Obama not only not enforcing existing laws but actually ordering his officers not to arrest and deport illegals? Border patrol is an executive branch job. So how is this Congress's fault?
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted by NeverWill View Post
Fuel prices were at their highest right before the meltdown.
http://zfacts.com/gas-price-history-graph

Yes, but the price went down didn't it? It didn't stay high. Fuel under OBozo has steadily risen and has never been lower than when he took office.

I know you wont like the chart because it is just facts.

The facts are, on the week of Jan 19 2009 the national average cost of fuel was $1.847 per gallon. It began rising immediately. On the week of 30 June 2014, that was last week Genius, the average national price of fuel was $3.704. Those are the facts. Fuel hasn't been at $1.84.7since OBozo took office. It has been higher every single week since then.


When Dubya entered the WH gas was $1.50 when he left it was $4.50. Tripled the price. Look at the facts

I did and as usual, you're a liar and I'm going to prove it right now. When Bush took office in Jan 2001, the average price of gas was $1.471 and when he left office on Jan 19 2009 the average price of fuel was the aforementioned $1.847. That's a long ways from the $4.50 you claim! Matter of fact, it is no where near the 'TRIPLE' you so wrongly claim. In the 8 years that Bush was in office fuel increased by less than 40 cents a gallon from start to finish! There were some periods of increased prices in that 8 years, but for the most part they always went back down which has not happened a single time under OBozo!!!
The below link shows the national averages for gas from Aug of 1990 to the Present. Read it and weep. Once again, your lies are blatantly obvious for all to see.

http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/Lea...MR_PTE_NUS_DPG
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by sachiko View Post
Women voted somewhat disproportionately for Obama compared to men.

Those of you who have been around a while will recall me listing that as one of the reasons women should never have been allowed to vote.

Of course, women could still be allowed to vote if they simply voted the way their husbands or fathers instructed them.
Sachiko if I did not know your heritage I would think you were baiting the chauvinist.

And it is chauvinist to say women tend to be more socialistic and vote for more socialistic things. It is for the most part in their nature to nurture, children in general, then others around them. In times of plenty sharing with the tribe. They have their hierarchy with in the/a group, we men don't understand. And protect what they feel they desire within that hierarchy, to a point of becoming conservative in harder times of those closest to them. Many women are becoming much less dependent on males in this country than in our history. But still the instinct of nurture and share remains. And it is is different than men and the way we protect and provide.

My wife is a strong independent women, she did not vote as I told her. But voted as I did, I researched the candidates and Made a list of those I would vote for and used that list when I voted, she Said I keep up with all that stuff more than she does, and sort through the BS, so she used that same list to vote as well, as did the oldest daughter.
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Old 07-03-2014, 03:06 PM
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And it is chauvinist to say women tend to be more socialistic and vote for more socialistic things. It is for the most part in their nature to nurture, children in general, then others around them. In times of plenty sharing with the tribe. They have their hierarchy with in the/a group, we men don't understand. And protect what they feel they desire within that hierarchy, to a point of becoming conservative in harder times of those closest to them. Many women are becoming much less dependent on males in this country than in our history. But still the instinct of nurture and share remains. And it is is different than men and the way we protect and provide.
single women are this way. Married women tend to be conservative.

It makes sense due to the insecurity of being single. They look for that broad safety net.
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Old 07-03-2014, 04:00 PM
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NeverWill - looks like an apology is in order on your blantant gas prices posts - are you going to man up and give them or blame GW for it or ??



I tend to think women are more easily led to believe whatever they hear/see on tv and in the news than men. Women are herd creatures - want proof?

Go to facebook and someone in the past few days has posted a pic of themselves - in a bikini, all 275 pounds of body that hasn't seen a gym, a run or anything more than lifting a can of soda and walking to the Wal-Mart entrance in years ... and everyone will say "oh how pretty" " you look so great" " so hot" etc etc ..... all lies of course

but they will follow the herd -not one woman will be honest and say dammit girl, you need to drop 150

they're told to vote Democrat to save the children, fund social programs, make women equal to men and to keep their legal rightt o have their unborn babies killed


and so, women follow what they're told and vote Dem ....
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Old 07-03-2014, 05:30 PM
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NeverWill never will respond
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Old 07-03-2014, 06:37 PM
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NeverWill is a troll then?

I got no use for that - if you can't admit you're wrong ,you're worthless
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