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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker134 View Post
    This piece of sh*t needs to go

    I agree...YOU certainly do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    I agree...YOU certainly do.
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    Oh...how clever. A play on words...the highest form of humor

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    Romney gets a narrow victory

    B. Hussein's misfit crew attempt riots and demands recounts

    then lays as many crap regulations and recriminations on us as possible before exiting

    finally removes the R key from all keyboards

    only suspense will be the pardons-Lindh,Mumia,Padilla,Pollard,Blind Sheikh and KSM

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    Prayeth the paranoid ..

    FOUR MORE YEARS

    307-231

    Quick..JSJ....under your bed...I think there may be a commie hiding there...



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    Quote Originally Posted by 21st Amendment View Post
    How many times do they need to say the mans name in that tv ad of his. So annoying.
    I love the idea of having more Jews in Congress. Especially the "real" religious ones. Seems every demographic is well represented, why not our Jewish friends?

    Unfortunately I do not live in Jersey but I appreciate this man's platform.

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    Monday real world update..

    Nine battleground states

    Obama leading in seven...Wisconsin Ohio Iowa Nevada New Hampshire Colorado and Virginia same as yesterday

    Romney in two Florida and North Carolina same as yesterday

    RNC backing off on last minute ads. Willard reportedly working on concession speech

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    I predict this is going to look like Bush v Kerry with Obama winning by a much bigger margin then the polling suggests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    Prayeth the paranoid ..

    FOUR MORE YEARS

    307-231

    Quick..JSJ....under your bed...I think there may be a commie hiding there...



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    oh great now we have the New Grey Panthers monitoring this site

    it's good to see the "nonreligious" and "open-minded" non-Xtians projecting their fear of the rapture on Romney while ignoring the terrorist supporting B. Hussein

    who is a commie

    oh well...298 - 237 "Rmoney"

    keep the faith with those oversubscribed D+ 8-11 polls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker134 View Post
    As the media wants it to be??? The GOP will gain seats in the house, that's almost a certainty. Romney wins, as I still hold out hope for this country. And even if the thug racist/socialist from Indonesia eeks out a win...this country is still bigger than him and we'll survive this dark period in our history. The Benghazi hearings are coming either way b*tch. He takes the credit for what the Seals did to Bin Laden, yet ignores them and lets them die bc it doesn't fit his narrative so close to an election. This piece of sh*t needs to go
    I'm sure you were just as hard on Bush, huh? I'm sure you also consider his two terms a dark period in our history as well. A period during which we lost our rights due to The Patriot Act, the economy tanked, net jobs were at a loss, the surplus vanished, and 4000 soldiers lost their lives in an illegal invasion of a country which never attacked us. I'm sure you were JUST AS HARD on Bush as you are on Obama. Am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyStylez View Post
    I'm sure you also consider his two terms a dark period in our history as well.
    I do.

    A period during which we lost our rights due to The Patriot Act
    Rights we've not been given back under Obama, and have in fact been further reduced under this Administration.

    the economy tanked
    And has not recovered in 4 years.

    net jobs were at a loss
    And have stayed flat for 4 years.

    the surplus vanished
    9/11 and two Wars will have that effect.

    and 4000 soldiers lost their lives in an illegal invasion of a country which never attacked us.
    As opposed to the higher number lost, in half the time, under Obama's leadership, the War against another Country that "did not attack us" in Libya, the various drone strikes in a half dozen countries, the refusal to get congressional approval for any of it, etc, etc, etc, etc.

    I'm sure you were JUST AS HARD on Bush as you are on Obama. Am I right?
    If you were right about being "equally hard", there is no way you would ever cast a vote for President Obama.

    None.

    So perhaps people in hypocritical glass houses should not throw stones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winstonbiggs View Post
    I predict this is going to look like Bush v Kerry with Obama winning by a much bigger margin then the polling suggests.

    funny how MSNBC & Obama-lovers everywhere never mention Independents...care to guess which way they've broken, in a huge way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    I do.



    Rights we've not been given back under Obama, and have in fact been further reduced under this Administration.



    And has not recovered in 4 years.



    And have stayed flat for 4 years.



    9/11 and two Wars will have that effect.



    As opposed to the higher number lost, in half the time, under Obama's leadership, the War against another Country that "did not attack us" in Libya, the various drone strikes in a half dozen countries, the refusal to get congressional approval for any of it, etc, etc, etc, etc.



    If you were right about being "equally hard", there is no way you would ever cast a vote for President Obama.

    None.

    So perhaps people in hypocritical glass houses should not throw stones?
    I can throw stones because I'm not hypocritical. I have my problems with Obama...including the continuance of the Patriot Act...but he didn't create it, nor did he push for it to be implemented. I consider Obama to be a far better man to lead this country than Mitt Romney. I could write in Ron Paul, a man also better suited than Romney to lead, but I'm confident enough in Obama to want him back for a second term.

    Warfish, please don't use the "economy hasn't been fixed in 4 years" argument. No president would have been able to turn around the economic mess in less than 4 years, considering just how bad it was. Do you honestly think McCain would have? Maybe Obama thought he could fix it in one term, then realized once he got in that he couldn't. The ecocomy is recovering, it's just gonna take longer than 4 years.

    Yeah, two wars will kill a surplus. This includes a completely unnecessary war in Iraq. Coupled with tax cuts to the wealthiest, the wars caused a record surplus to turn into a record deficit. Which is on Bush, hence why he is to be blamed for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker134 View Post
    funny how MSNBC & Obama-lovers everywhere never mention Independents...care to guess which way they've broken, in a huge way?
    When voting results are vastly different from polling predictions, it's usually because:

    1) the number of people from each party that actually voted was way different than what was expected

    2) independents leaned primarily one way

    3) a 3rd party candidate "stole" votes from one side more than another

    I just don't see how Democrats can count on the first two scenarios being in their favor -- the polling already accounts for more Dems than Reps, so the only way that stat can go for them is down. And as you said, there's no reason to think Independents are going to carry Dems to a victory. The third option is the only one they could hope for, but I don't see how it would be widespread enough to have a tangible difference.

    That doesn't mean Obama can't win -- I just don't see where this "easy victory" idea is coming from. I know I'm looking more at the popular vote than the electoral college, but it still seems like a lot of things would have to break right for this to not be a fight for EITHER candidate, and Romney would seem to have a better chance of the first two scenarios going his way . . .
    Last edited by OCCH; 11-05-2012 at 10:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyStylez View Post

    Warfish, please don't use the "economy hasn't been fixed in 4 years" argument. No president would have been able to turn around the economic mess in less than 4 years, considering just how bad it was.
    Oh really?



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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyStylez View Post
    I'm sure you were just as hard on Bush, huh? I'm sure you also consider his two terms a dark period in our history as well. A period during which we lost our rights due to The Patriot Act, the economy tanked, net jobs were at a loss, the surplus vanished, and 4000 soldiers lost their lives in an illegal invasion of a country which never attacked us. I'm sure you were JUST AS HARD on Bush as you are on Obama. Am I right?
    please tell me you're not bringing up Bush STILL- focus on the last 4 disastrous years. Do you want to talk about the mortgage crisis spurred by the Community Reinvestment Act? I really don't care to educate you right now...

    Bush wasn't a good President, but he is a great man- at the very least someone I respect as a person.

    Obama doesn't like the USA- he's not one of us...that much is very very clear. And that's the scariest part about this skinny thug....the biggest crime is the media doing everything they can to get this guy elected

    Benghazi is WAY worse than Watergate

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyStylez View Post
    I can throw stones because I'm not hypocritical.
    Yes, you are, because you just tossed out a list of excuses and rationalizations for why you support a man whose actions and policies you just used to beat to death (rightfully so) the previous man in office.

    You're absolutely a hypocrite, as are most Democrats this cycle. Party > Country, same as we can always expect for this 2-party system.

    Their guy does it, it's the worst thing ever. Our guy does it too, and watch the excuses and rationalizations and but, but, but arguments flow in.

    End of the day, Obama has done everything Bush did. Everything. From waging war, to pandering to illegals, to absuing Americans rights, and more. On top of that he pandered to Unions, created a laughably bad Obamacare system that helps no one, and more. Too much more to list it all tbh, including scandals like Libya, fast and Furious and more.

    Mishandled and Bushian, thats the future Obama legacy. The worst President ever, followed by the 2nd worst President ever, Bush and Obama.

    If thats what you want, by all means, vote for it. But same the silly excuse-making for the ignorants out there, I am not amongst them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    I love the idea of having more Jews in Congress. Especially the "real" religious ones. Seems every demographic is well represented, why not our Jewish friends?

    Unfortunately I do not live in Jersey but I appreciate this man's platform.
    I know very little about him other than he's close friends with Cory Booker, he apparently urged him not to run.

    Wish I could be voting for Steve Rothman, but he lost to Bill Pascrell in the primary.
    Last edited by 21st Amendment; 11-05-2012 at 11:06 AM.

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    Reagan fixed the US economy?!!! EPIC LOL.

    Not an Obama supporter at all, but Reagan WRECKED the US economy, not only in his time (the recession Bush 1 experienced was down to Reagan), but also recently. Reagan was the first to bring in supply-side economics where cutting taxes and spending more apparently meant you were going to balance a budget....its a mantra that has ruined the Republican Party. If they stuck true to their small government promise they would be worth supporting in terms of their economic philosophy.

    Your MASSIVE public debt is down to Ronald Reagan - as I've said on here before probably the worst US President in your country's history.

    During the 12 years of Reagan and Bush 1, the USA quadrupled its public debt - it took 200 years for the USA to run up a billion $ worth of debt up until that time......Reagan ran it up to over $5 billion by the time he was done when Bush 1 was made to wear the cost of the Reagan stupidity.

    Talk about taking out the credit card and paying today for tomorrow.....whoever wins the election will have to deal with Reagan's dementia-laden legacy.

    I don't call many people evil, but have to say Reagan is one of them - if the American Empire falls, given it is based on ecomomic superiority, he will have been one of the architects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanPatsFan View Post
    Oh really?


    The economy wasn't nearly as bad in 1980 that it was in 2008, and Reagan raised taxes 11 times and skyrocketed the debt.
    Last edited by 21st Amendment; 11-05-2012 at 11:06 AM.

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    If Reagan was evil, what would you call Obama and his $6B tab? After promising to cut the deficit in half, LOL-mothaphuckin-LZZZZZ. And if the answer is Dubya, then what will the answer be in 4 yrs?

    I agree, Reagan was and is overrated.

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