by The Daily Republic
November 18, 2012 at 5:12 am in The Daily Republic
The election is over and Obama has been re-elected for another four-year term in spite of all the adverse stories the opposition had fabricated trying to destroy him. Continue Reading
Tags: election 2012, letters, Opinion, updates 9 Comments »
We are going to get another four years of extreme leftist giveaway policies, more taxes higher spending and deficits, more moral and economic dectine. I didn’t vote for Obama because I don’t support anything he stands for. I’ll never support him.
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Obama won based on the large number of minorities and free loaders in this country (legal and illegal) that want some of that “free stuff”. John, you say “Now if some of these people will get in line”? Oh they’ll be in line all right! There will be lines all the way out to the parking lot. Goodness gracious. How pitiful.
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Clearly these comments sections are the back alleys of the paper where some of the very few liberals in this state lurk in the darkness. We all know where the majority in our great State stands. There is no changing that fact.
“Hidden due to low comment rating” is liberal code for can’t stand the truth.
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Does anyone else find it humorous that the fact that people really don’t like what you say never enters the equation.
I go to this section to discuss the news of the day, if anyone is “trolling”, I would say it is you.
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Stay on topic, please, folks. That’s the election, Obama, and the national debt–not whether other commenters are trolling.
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Absolutely it enters the equation and of course “they” don’t like what I say. I thought I made that clear in my last sentence. Pay attention son.
Ms. Lucin – In keeping with the topic of the letter writer I was merely addressing all the people lining up. At the office of government free stuff.
Multiple “dislikes” OF COURSE mean people don’t like to hear what I say. My goal is not to win points. My goal is to speak the truth and the multiple “dislikes” without any actual rebuttal confirm the truth of what I say. Click a button and go on about your business. There is no discussion on these comment sections. Usually it’s just some guy who thinks he’s in a Godfather movie, talking to himself.
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OK, so I don’t suppose you would put the farmers and ranchers in our great state as those standing in line for some of that “free stuff”? They need a safety net just as those on the unemplyment line. What is the difference in someone not being able to find a job in years and someone that can’t grow a crop because of years of drought? Does one deserve help more than the other? How about at least looking at the Presidents jobs bill or coming up with an idea on how to get things moving.
Will SD accept the Health Care bill? Why wouldn’t they? If they don’t form their own system they turn it over to the federal goverment to do it for them and I believe this is a state that wants less federal help.
So who in SD is standing in line?
Oh, and by the way, when it comes to a vote on issues that you would consider “liberal”…..they vote for those issues.
We have to raise taxes, we have to close loopholes, we have to regulate banks and credit card companies or we repeat the mistakes of the past.
We have to come home from over seas.
Those are solutions? If you have a reason not to do them, I would like to hear why not and your soulution.
We need soulution and people working together to get them done…not wasting time.
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Work so Obama can take away what you earn and give it to someone else? That’s the prescription for going deeper into the Obama decline.
What are you saying, we shouldn’t work? What are you referring to that Obama will “give it to someone else”. What will he give? To whom will he give it? What’s the answer? Do you want to give more to corporations? The so-called “Job creators”?
What do you want done with your tax dollars?
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