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Listen to this shill from the left explaining her Disbelief that Women, working women, would vote for Santorum. "Don't they understand the GOVT is going to take care of them". She also went on a race based rant. She says Race trumped gender in this vote. So, now, women who vote for conservative values is CODED racism. What a fraud. These people cannot be more out of touch. This is akin to Biden at his recent $10k per plate dinner, sipping champagne and explaining How the GOP is out of touch with the working class. http://campaign2012....ndraiser/424931

Add, that the Union boss's just said, the Chinese PM is the working mans best friend? Oh Boy. http://freebeacon.co...nds-like-these/

With Friends Like These …

Union Names Chinese Premier 'Best Friend of American Worker'

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You do realize Alabama is.....well Alabama.

On a national level he is TOAST.

The point is these lofty liberals have NO clue about the South and they consistantly mis characterize conservatism and whats important, ie the economy and not some faux Takin of Womens rights(contraceptives). This idiot mirrors Mayer and most of the Far left in particular.

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I can't understand why anyone with any semblance of intelligence would vote for Santorum...

Cap. I know you like Ron. But he cannot win. His ship has sailed. That being said, a vote for another conservative is necessary unless you plan on voting for Obama. Rick is a good solid conservative with alot of good idea's as well. He won't win as well, but alot of folks like his story and his conservative credintials. He is far better for this country then our current resident in chief. Again, people like his honesty and his down to earth, common man approach.

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I really do find it unconscionable that someone could vote for Santorum. At least with Gingrich, Romney and Paul, there's a thread of rationality that underlies their policy. Santorum is a complete joke, and so are the idelaogues who vote for him.

As for the idea that an anti-Obama vote is always sound, do keep in mind that if you hate Obama that much, you're using the exact same reasoning many people used when voting Obama into office.

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I really do find it unconscionable that someone could vote for Santorum. At least with Gingrich, Romney and Paul, there's a thread of rationality that underlies their policy. Santorum is a complete joke, and so are the idelaogues who vote for him.

As for the idea that an anti-Obama vote is always sound, do keep in mind that if you hate Obama that much, you're using the exact same reasoning many people used when voting Obama into office.

No, I disagree. We have seen 3.5 years of Obama, his priority's and his legislative bent. I want no more of it as do Millions of others. I believe the midterm elections spoke loud and clear and he still doesn't listen. He is Not what America wanted him to be. There is a very growing fear that He is a European socialist, in nature and does Not love this country but loathes it. Look at his early influences. Look at his governing style. Look at his penchent to obfuscate and lay blame on everyone but himself,, then in speeches lay credit to himself for all that can be gleaned from a moment.

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No, I disagree. We have seen 3.5 years of Obama, his priority's and his legislative bent. I want no more of it as do Millions of others. I believe the midterm elections spoke loud and clear and he still doesn't listen. He is Not what America wanted him to be. There is a very growing fear that He is a European socialist, in nature and does Not love this country but loathes it. Look at his early influences. Look at his governing style. Look at his penchent to obfuscate and lay blame on everyone but himself,, then in speeches lay credit to himself for all that can be gleaned from a moment.

President Barack Obama is leading all of the Republican presidential candidates in head-to-head match-ups, according to a poll released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.

A national survey taken March 7-11 showed Obama leading Romney by 12 percentage points (54-42) and even further ahead of Santorum with 57 percent of support to Santorum's 29 percent. Those numbers are likely to shift as Republicans rally around a single candidate in the coming months, but as a snapshot, the data suggest a brighter scenario for Obama than in previous polls.

Here are more nuggets from the wide-ranging study:

Obama's approval rating rises to 50 percent

For the first time since shortly after Osama bin Laden was killed, half of all Americans (50 percent) say they approve of Barack Obama's job performance, while just 41 percent disapprove.

Romney's national lead widening among Republican primary voters

Mitt Romney has regained the lead in the support for his party's presidential nomination, as conservative backing for Rick Santorum has declined. Romney currently holds a 33-24 lead over Santorum among registered Republican and Republican-leaning independent voters, with 20 percent backing Newt Gingrich and 14 percent favoring Ron Paul. The poll was conducted before Santorum's twin victories in Alabama and Mississippi Tuesday night.

Americans think Obama will win a second term

By a 59-32 margin, most Americans think Barack Obama will win the election if Mitt Romney is the Republican nominee. That margin is far wider if Rick Santorum is the GOP nominee: 68 percent think Obama would win, while just 24 percent predict a Santorum presidency.

A majority of Americans have an unfavorable view of the Republican candidates after a long primary

Confirming fears among Republicans that the protracted primary is weakening all the candidates, the survey found that the contentious Republican primary has taken a toll on the image of the leading GOP candidates. In the current survey, just 29 percent of Americans say they have a favorable view of Romney, while 51 percent say they have an unfavorable impression.

Voters don't know that Santorum is Catholic

Only about three-in-ten voters (29 percent) can identify Rick Santorum as a Catholic. This includes 32 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning voters and 27 percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaners. Another 15 percent identify Santorum as either Protestant (10 percent) or volunteer that he is Christian (5 percent). About half (53 percent) of voters say they don't know his religion.

In a follow-up question, about a third of those who identify Santorum as a Christian—16 percent of voters overall—say they believe he is an evangelical or born-again Christian.

Republicans struggling with women and minorities

Barack Obama's lead over Romney is attributable in large part to his wide advantage among women, younger voters, and nonwhites. Women favor Obama over Romney by 20 points—virtually unchanged from a month ago.

Nation split over federal health care overhaul

[T]wo years after the passage of comprehensive health care legislation, the public is evenly divided over the law. Overall, 47 percent approve of the law, while 45 percent disapprove.

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Rick Santorum said he wasn't going to give your money to black people to make their lives easier, and some of you find that an acceptable thing to say. Interesting.

bTW, what happened to the Newt Wagon you guys were on, using him in avatars and basically keeping his pipes cleaned out?

You guys are like a feather in the wind.

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Honest question here and I'm being totally serious. What in Sam **** is so bad about Obama? As far as I can tell he's done more to anger the left than the right with his continuation of the US war machine, bank bailouts, prop up big corps, etc etc . My fiance's parents are hardcore FoxNews'ers and their vitriol for Obama just doesn't seem to correlate, much less make sense, with me. In the end I know they are just repeating what they hear ad nauseum from that channel but it's very annoying.

I tend to let my social tendancies veer me towards the left but I have no problem with moderate Repub's, in fact, I wish there were more around. They might actually help spur honest dialogue in this "I am right...you are wrong" situaion we have found ourselves in.

Anyway I don't like to go all political around here because it tends to get redundant and all. So.... 2 cents spent for the day.

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The only thing funnier than Santorum slipping and saying what was on his mind ...."Im not gonna give black people your money" was his explanation.

" I said Blah people"

OMFG.

http://www.mediaite....id-blah-people/

I'm very hesitant to jump to conclusions with stuff like this because people do make slips of the tongue. But listening to it and hearing the context, he absolutely said "black" people. "Blah" people makes absolutely no sense in the context of that sentence.

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No, I disagree. We have seen 3.5 years of Obama, his priority's and his legislative bent. I want no more of it as do Millions of others. I believe the midterm elections spoke loud and clear and he still doesn't listen. He is Not what America wanted him to be. There is a very growing fear that He is a European socialist, in nature and does Not love this country but loathes it. Look at his early influences. Look at his governing style. Look at his penchent to obfuscate and lay blame on everyone but himself,, then in speeches lay credit to himself for all that can be gleaned from a moment.

Nobody but the most far out conservatives are seriously walking around fretting whether Obama isa "european socialist". Nobody but the most far out conservatives really walking around worried that Obama "loathes" the United States. You can't attribute your own thoughts to the public. The public is mostly moderate and apolitical. They don't think in terms like that.

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Honest question here and I'm being totally serious. What in Sam **** is so bad about Obama? As far as I can tell he's done more to anger the left than the right with his continuation of the US war machine, bank bailouts, prop up big corps, etc etc . My fiance's parents are hardcore FoxNews'ers and their vitriol for Obama just doesn't seem to correlate, much less make sense, with me. In the end I know they are just repeating what they hear ad nauseum from that channel but it's very annoying.

I tend to let my social tendancies veer me towards the left but I have no problem with moderate Repub's, in fact, I wish there were more around. They might actually help spur honest dialogue in this "I am right...you are wrong" situaion we have found ourselves in.

Anyway I don't like to go all political around here because it tends to get redundant and all. So.... 2 cents spent for the day.

As much as some people here may not want to admit it a big portion of the outrage IS because of his skin.

Not all but more then most.

Had he been white with an R besides his name people on the right would have his face on rush more already given Binladen and Qudaffi being dead.

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I'm very hesitant to jump to conclusions with stuff like this because people do make slips of the tongue. But listening to it and hearing the context, he absolutely said "black" people. "Blah" people makes absolutely no sense in the context of that sentence.

True, but if you make a slip of the tongue and say " Im not going to make black peoples lives better by giving them your money" Its kind of a situation where he seemed to speak what was on his mind before his mouth could filter it for him.

Who the F even says something like that unless they think it?

Oh he said "blah" I believe, but unless he started to say " blind" people, what else COULD he have been meaning to say and stop mid word..

By the way, the fact he believes his voters will believe he said " blah" people without even questioning what in blue **** a blah person is says all I need to know about how stupid he thinks people are.

And the fact some people will vote for him anyway proves he's probably right.

All this time when some people thought Brierbert had a tape of Obama saying something bad about white people and looked forward to it bringing him down, will still vote for Santorum anyway when they have a tape of him, a RECENT tape, clearly saying some racist garbage says all I need to know about why people REALLY hate Obama.

How come obamas tape would have been so important but this one doesn't phase you if you ( not you) were gonna slam Obama for racism that didn't pan out?

That doesn't add up in any way possible.

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To start with:

- Has done nothing but make the deficit worse.

- Has been completely counter productive with gas prices.

- Has been completely counter productive with the economy.

- Thinks more government is the answer to everything.

- Making the US a welfare state.

so why do you want Obama to socialize the oil industry and give you welfare gas, Steve? Look no name calling.

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As much as some people here may not want to admit it a big portion of the outrage IS because of his skin.

Not all but more then most.

Had he been white with an R besides his name people on the right would have his face on rush more already given Binladen and Qudaffi being dead.

Wouldn't that be more party allegiance than skin color? The illusion of choice.

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Cap. I know you like Ron. But he cannot win. His ship has sailed. That being said, a vote for another conservative is necessary unless you plan on voting for Obama. Rick is a good solid conservative with alot of good idea's as well. He won't win as well, but alot of folks like his story and his conservative credintials. He is far better for this country then our current resident in chief. Again, people like his honesty and his down to earth, common man approach.

You do know there's more than two parties right? I despise Santorum. Nope, I'll cast my vote for Gary Johnson. Quite honestly, there's no REAL difference between Bush, Obama, Santorum, Romney, Gingrich. Zip, zilch, nada. Sooner you realize that I'm telling you the truth on that, the better off you'll be because when that truth really hits you -- the longer you wait the harder it hits and it hurts...

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this myth that republicans want less government is a load of crock.

they dont want gays to serve openly in the military

they want to restrict access to abortions, get between doctors and their patients by allowing the privacy of women's medicial information to be broken, and allow employers to opt out of coverage for whatever reason they wanted.

deny gays the right to marry

not to mention Santorum wanting to jam his religious beliefs down people's throat

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