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nicholson 2 years, 7 months ago on Face to face: Obama, Romney in crackling debate

Let us not forget Cleanupguy's prediction for the recent county commission race, that Beaudreau was going to win. I am still laughing over that one.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on ROBINSON: No Gipper here

Say that again (Jan), your statement "The irresponsible use of freedom of speech from a right wing extremist is the cause of the demonstrations. These are not uprisings" is simply INSANE. Burning down buildings, throwing rocks, burning an effigy of Obama and replacing the stars and stripes with the black Muslim flag in multiple countries is not an uprising? The video has been out since June and who says it was made by "right wing extremist"? . What is TRULY scary is that you obviously do not believe in free speech and are giving credence to these terrorists to justify what they did. Unbelievable.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on ROBINSON: No Gipper here

As usual, you would rather be far out in the weeds, talking about a President from 32 years ago instead of defending the current president that you worship. I am surprised you didn't throw Clint Eastwood into the mix again. Duh, spending increased under Reagan due to the military spending required to end the cold war. Do you really need me to spoon feed you everything? If Reagan is the dud that you claim, why is Obama claiming to be like him at every chance he gets? I think all of the millions of unemployed people would much rather have the Reagan economy than the failed Obama one. Obama is such a total failure that he has try to run on Clinton's record because his own record is dismal. Clinton and Reagan, were smart enough LEADERS, to realize that they had to work with the opposition party in congress, something your leader from academia has yet to figure out. Even more outrageous, Obama thinking that because he spent some of his childhood in a Muslim country & then going so far as to apologize to the Muslims in 2009 speech in Cairo, that was somehow going to keep the Muslim terrorists from attacking this country. Boy, that has worked out really well this week as 4 people are dead and 21 countries are having uprisings and burning our flag. Obama, in his ivory tower, is nowhere to be found, except on the campaign trail, and refuses to meet with our one true ally in the region.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on ROBINSON: No Gipper here

Say that again, get your head out of your Rolling Stone magazine blog fantasy land and move into reality. The "more experienced man in office" that you adore has NO executive or management experience, much less foreign policy experience, and that is precisely why the US is being attacked by terrorists now - they smell WEAK leadership (just like they did with Jimmy Carter). Leading from behind and sending mixed signals ("Egypt is not an ally, ok, Egypt is an ally") is not a policy of success. Romney has the backbone to say that we should not be apologizing to the terrorists who just killed 4 Americans and that free speech is something we should stand for - he appeared FAR more presidential than Obama, who went to campaign in Las Vegas and didn't even have a press conference. Your absurd revisionist history cannot change the fact that Reagan, among many accomplishments, turned around a horrible economy and helped end the cold war. Even Obama praises Reagan's ability to lead. Yes, Reagan could give a great speech by focusing on the positive and he didn't need a teleprompter at all times like your totally inept leader, who only focuses on dividing the country.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on LETTERS: Bailout of GM was not needed

Typical liberal - do as I say, not as I do. You still will not answer the question directly. It is very obvious that you have no credible sources whatsover. Enough said.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on LETTERS: Bailout of GM was not needed

The posts I stated above were from Bloomberg News and Huffington Post, hardly conservative sources. Say that again, where are your sources?????????

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on LETTERS: Bailout of GM was not needed

Bloomberg News and Huffington Post are hardly a right wing source of information. In fact, they are liberal, so your usual response about right wing biased sources is total crap. Hmmm, why is that you never name any sources for your posts? From what high brow intellectual source did you base your allegation on that the GOP chairman was drunk? Perhaps that same source can do some investigative reporting to find out what substance "gaffe master" Joe Biden has been on all these years.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on LETTERS: Bailout of GM was not needed

You are exactly right, news2me. Notice that Say_that_again never names any sources of his so-called information from all of his "intelligent googling", while at the same time, disparaging anyone and everyone that doesn't fall in line with the rest of the liberal agenda. I do find his "you are not worthy of a response because I am so intelligent" line very amusing, considering the source.

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on LETTERS: Bailout of GM was not needed

Say that again, so you defend the use of tax dollars to pump up GM's sales figures artificially? I know you have written recently about your self described (and laughable) "intelligent googling" that you claim to do to support your rants, but please, for once, stay on topic and answer the question!

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nicholson 2 years, 8 months ago on LETTERS: Bailout of GM was not needed

To show the total hypocrisy of Obama, just consider this report from Bloomberg that says that the Federal government was buying large numbers of GM cars in the recent months for their fleets, thus inflating the statistics of how well GM is doing. "79 % of GM’s sales increase last month was government purchased. It seems the car company he bought is being saved by Govt employees using our tax money to buy new cars. GM’s sales figures for last month were the best since 2008 , up 16% for the month of June."

Our tax dollars are being used to pump up GM’s sales figures ahead of the next quarterly report so that our Dear Leader can point to "Government Motors" as a huge success. The incestuous relationship between GM, the UAW and the Regime has never been more glaringly apparent.

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