sbayhills wrote:Dead heat and the guy who had stadiums filled with all the excitement can't pull away from a candidate that you guys call a stiff. This reflects on the poor first Administration of Obama, not on Romney.
As bad you say Obama is, Romney backers are the ones praying for a worldwide depression or terrorist attacks between now and November.
sbayhills wrote:It will be a pleasure to be specific Omar. This group is from earlier today.
The birth certificate
His middle name
The flag lapel pin
His high school dope-smoking
The Churchill Bust
The Bow to the Saudi king
His level of "blacknes
No, you misunderstood. I meant ridiculous things you say that I
said, not the ridiculous things Republicans have been focusing on.
sbayhills wrote:And of course you ignore those on the other side who spend their time disparaging Romney.
No, but I do find it amusing when people who have spent the last 3 1/2 years bashing Obama for everything from his fashion sense to the way he throws a baseball get all indignant when voters want to know why a billionaire who wants to be President pays a lower tax rate than you and I, hides his fortune in multiple overseas accounts and won't release his tax returns.
sbayhills wrote:and blaming others for our financial situation.
So you blame Obama for our financial situation? Do you also blame FDR for the Great Depression?
sbayhills wrote:Original Omar. I'm just surprised you spelled it right.
Another original line Omar. And you talk about the Conservative Media Machine when you use that line? At least you spelled it right again..
Sorry, I'm not getting all the spelling references, can you elaborate? (Did I spell that right?)
sbayhills wrote:No, you used the word nitpick and I repeated it for effect, hence the quotation marks.
I can't find where I used that word, but it does apply to your stance.
sbayhills wrote:All of us try and pay as little in taxes as possible. It's our money, not the Governments. Although Obama seems to think that our taxes, which are used to support the infrastructure, seem to materialize out of thin air. What justification would he need if he paid the correct amount?
His opponent is looking for anything to nitpick. Why provide anything if he doesn't have to? He should tell Obama to pound sand and go on the offensive. This Administration certainly has enough to hide. Starting with Fast and Furious.
You've got to be kidding if you don't understand what I'm talking about with sealed records and Obama.
sbayhills wrote:This whole thing will come down to the economy.
sbayhills wrote:You certainly don't spend any time trying to convince us that this President deserves to be reelected.
Maybe that's because there is nothing I could say that would
convince you. Thankfully, California is safely in Obama's hands.
sbayhills wrote:Romney is a proven success in the real world.
The only things Romney is a proven success at are shamelessly changing his positions to suit his present needs, making billions for himself at the expense of others and literally scaring the **** out of his dog. We'll see if that's enough to get him into the White House.
sbayhills wrote:Obama has yet to attain that standing, except in his own arrogant mind.
Again with the "arrogant" thing. Maybe you can help me out here, where did that one come from? When exactly did big, bad, arrogant Obama hurt all you poor Republicans' feelings?