After Bitter Debate, Republicans Eye Next Primaries

A bitter and often personal debate behind them, Republicans Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney are shoring up their campaigns in different ways ahead of a series of crucial presidential primaries.

Romney is paying more attention to Michigan, his birthplace and the site of an unexpectedly tight race with Santorum, by attending a tea party rally Thursday night in an effort to get more conservative support.

Santorum is focusing for the moment on raising money for his cash-strapped operation. He is hoping for an upset in Michigan, which would cap a rebound that began two weeks ago with victories in three states.

The 20th debate of the primary season offered the GOP hopefuls their final face-to-face outing before contests over the next 12 days that may well winnow the field.

CNN anchor John King asked the candidates to address their views of contraception, a subject that has risen as a point of contention in the GOP field. The audience at Wednesday's debate booed and the candidates tried to dodge discussion of views that could prove problematic come the general election.

Gingrich says he prefers to discuss Obama's support for "infanticide," and Romney says Obama is attacking "religious tolerance." Ron Paul, a physician, says immorality leads to the need for contraception, not the other way around.

Santorum says he opposes contraception and says the nation needs stronger families, not birth control.

On the topic of immigration, Gingrich says he would devote as many resources as necessary to securing the U.S.'s southern border and that he would build two separate fences at the border to make it more difficult to cross illegally. He also says he'd send thousands more employees of the Homeland Security Department to border areas.

Romney says he would put more resources into securing the border and support programs that make it more difficult for illegal immigrants to work in the U.S. He says Arizona's approach to illegal immigration is a "model" for the country.

Santorum says he would also beef up efforts to combat illegal immigration.


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  • by Tim Location: Vanceboro on Feb 28, 2012 at 01:03 PM
    I have one simple question for Lavmoron and BarLowIQ....when this is over and yo boye..is voted out are you gonna man up and admit you were wrong, are you gonna disappear from the face of the map, or become anonymous, and...., LOL or some other idiotic handle like that?
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      by GMAB on Feb 28, 2012 at 02:17 PM in reply to Tim
      Love your post !! Very accurate "and yo boye" love it:)
  • by Worried on Feb 27, 2012 at 04:48 PM
    Little moe info for you GOP haters.. Democrat opposition to the Civil Rights Act was substantial enough to literally split the party in two. A whopping 40% of the House Democrats VOTED AGAINST the Civil Rights Act, while 80% of Republicans SUPPORTED it. Republican support in the Senate was even higher. Similar trends occurred with the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which was supported by 82% of House Republicans and 94% of Senate Republicans. The same Democrat standard bearers took their normal racists stances, this time with Senator Fulbright leading the opposition effort. It took the hard work of Republican Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen and Republican Whip Thomas Kuchel to pass the Civil Rights Act (Dirksen was presented a civil rights accomplishment award for the year by the head of the NAACP in recognition of his efforts). Upon breaking the Democrat filibuster of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Republican Dirksen took to the Senate floor and exclaimed "The time has come for equality of opportunity in sharing in government, in education, and in employment. It will not be stayed or denied. It is here!" (Full text of speech). Sadly, Democrats and revisionist historians have all but forgotten (and intentionally so) that it was Republican Dirksen, not the divided Democrats, who made the Civil Rights Act a reality. Dirksen also broke the Democrat filibuster of the 1957 Civil Rights Act that was signed by Republican President Eisenhower. Oh yea I'm neither DEm.or Rep.
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      by Zzzzzzz... on Feb 27, 2012 at 07:06 PM in reply to Worried
      ...zzzzz...
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        by Worried on Feb 27, 2012 at 08:08 PM in reply to Zzzzzzz...
        To much for your simple mind to read or don't want to hear the truth? Amazing what you can find on the internet when you research for yourself instead of believing everything you hear on TV.
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          by Zzzzzzz... on Feb 28, 2012 at 05:30 AM in reply to Worried
          At least this post was readable. Thanks, oh studious one!
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      by Tim on Feb 28, 2012 at 01:04 PM in reply to Worried
      you may as well have a pile of concrete blocks to talk to...there will be just as much gray matter in the cavities of them as there is in the cranium of anyone who will treat obamanation as a messiah!
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        by Worried on Feb 29, 2012 at 01:50 PM in reply to Tim
        Tim you're right
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      by To worried on Feb 28, 2012 at 08:29 PM in reply to Worried
      The problem with your "history" is you neglected geography! The two given the most credit for the passing of the Civil Rights bill are Hubert Humphrey and John Kennedy! In the South, the opposition to the bill was actually stronger among Republicans than Democrats-not a single southern Republican voted for the bill. When the southern states are not counted, 94% of the Dems. voted for the bill vs 85% of the Republicans. What followed was a union of northern liberals and southern liberals in the Democratic party. Even as Johnson signed the bill he said, "there goes the south." By contrast, the Republican party started a "Southern Stategy" to reclaim those segregationist no longer in the Dem. party and thus the south voted Republican for the first time since the Civil War. This strategy was started by Nixon and continued with Reagan. ie The Republican party in the south today represents those who left the Democrats when a Democratic president passed the Civil Rights Bill! Dirksen was indeed a strong supporter of the bill-but he was from Illinois!!
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        by To worried on Feb 29, 2012 at 01:32 PM in reply to To worried
        In addition, as further proof, the 1964 Republican candidate for president was Goldwater-who had voted AGAINST the Civil Right Bill. Ironically, called "Mr. Conservative" he voted for the legalization of abortion and was so against religion in government that he said, "I would fight them every step of the way". That shows just how far the "right" has gone-completely crazy!!!
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        by Worried on Feb 29, 2012 at 01:46 PM in reply to To worried
        Neglected geography,the Civil Rights bill & the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was voted on by all states. How can you expect anyone to take you serious with your percentages when you start out with "When the southern states are not counted." Thats not "our history" or the facts, the fact is all states voted and were counted.The percentages that I posted where the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!I did not leave out northern, western or any state.That's our recorded history. IT was Dirksen that was presented a civil rights accomplishment award by the head of the NAACP in recognition of his efforts not Humphey or Kenndy.Where were Hubert Humphrey and John Kennedy when the Democrat tried to filibuster the 1964 Civil Rights Act.They may have gotten the credit but that's not who the NAACP gave the award to.Once again you, the liberals what to twist the truth and facts,and the fact also is The GOP is not the emeny that so many of you try to make them out to be.Oh yea, doing a little more digging and this time include all the states and facts with "your history"
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          by To worried on Feb 29, 2012 at 05:04 PM in reply to Worried
          The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was voted on by the Senate and House-NOT the whole country-it was a bill NOT an amendment. If you want to talk about an amendment-which one? My percentages were quite easy. Just look up which congressmen from the south voted "for" and "against" by region-or you can just look it up! Then you divide by the total number of voters-that's how you get a percentage! The Civil Rights Bill of 1964 received. The "south" refers to those states that made up the Confederacy. In the House-7 Dem. voted "for"-Zero Republican voted "for". In the Senate- 1 Dem. voted "for". Again not one (zero) Republican voted "for". ie In the southern states, not ONE Republican voted in favor of the Civil Right Act. 8 southern Democrats voted in favor. Again, in 1964, the Republican party ran Goldwater-a man who had just voted AGAINST the Civil Rights Act@!
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          by To worried on Feb 29, 2012 at 05:13 PM in reply to Worried
          Re: The filibuster-it was led by Sen. Robert Byrd-from W. Va. and a former member of the KKK, which he had to live down for the rest of his life.
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          by To worried on Feb 29, 2012 at 06:27 PM in reply to Worried
          I am not denying that the Republican party supported Civil Rights in the past. That would explain the south block-voting Democratic from Reconstruction UNTIL 1964! It is impossible to know history and deny the change that happened in the 60's. Partly due to the Civil Rights bill and Viet Nam. Why do I apply "regions" to this? You have to consider the southern region because of the dramatic change. Again, the south, as a region, fought the Civil Rights Bill. When it passed, the liberals in the south stayed Democrats and the conservatives moved to the Republican party. That is a fact! From that time on, the south block-voted Republican for the first time since the Civil War-that is a marked change! Goldwater was nominated to appease the south and draw those unhappy Democrats-which it did! Southern Dems. were viewed as liberals-like their northern counter-parts, and Southern Rep. were some of the most conservative in Washington. So, you go on and pat yourself on the back for the early 20th century, but that ended when the Civil Rights Bill was signed and Goldwater ran for president. BTW- Goldwater, aka Mr. Conservative voted in favor or abortion and believed in absolute separation of church and state. In fact, he thought religion involved in politics was dangerous. That tells you how far right the GOP stands today. Heck, Cap&Trade was a Rep. idea, so was individual mandates-they've gone right on that already!
  • by Worried on Feb 27, 2012 at 04:41 PM
    For all you Gop haters a little history lesson...Democrat opposition to the Civil Rights Movement: A little known fact of history involves the heavy opposition to the civil rights movement by several prominent Democrats. Similar historical neglect is given to the important role Republicans played in supporting the civil rights movement. A calculation of 26 major civil rights votes from 1933 through the 1960's civil rights era shows that Republicans favored civil rights in approximately 96% of the votes, whereas the Democrats opposed them in 80% of the votes! These facts are often intentionally overlooked by the left wing Democrats for obvious reasons. In some cases, the Democrats have told flat out lies about their shameful record during the civil rights movement.
  • by Worried on Feb 27, 2012 at 02:59 PM
    Oh yea Lavon and friends, if you have the knowledge, take the time to look it up before you speak look like such an idiot
  • by Arlynn Location: Bath on Feb 27, 2012 at 10:01 AM
    Wolfgang where are you? Please copy & paste something. I think I will help you with a misspelled word. To drive LOL! on Feb 25, 2012 at 11:39 AM really of the deep end. Thanks Fred - 'Hay' LOL you are doing the GOP a disservice by making you sound like they come from a 7 year old kid. Have you checked on any misplaced commas , peroids or any misspelled words yet to day? I hope you find some of those misguided posters today LOL
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      by LOL! on Feb 27, 2012 at 03:45 PM in reply to Arlynn
      "Arlynn": This is fun to me when I get bored. What is YOUR investment in this now old and no-longer read thread? Oh, I know, you are Wolfgang STILL clinging to what little self respect, dignity and relevance that h can muster. Oh, you're not Wolfie? Then why, pray-tell are you even following this thread that should have died long ago? Answer... there is NO logical explanation, Wolfgang. Pathetic, but LOL FUNNY!!!!
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        by Anonymous on Feb 28, 2012 at 08:52 AM in reply to LOL!
        AT first I thought that you were off-base and a little crazy LOL (might still be)!. After having read this thread a little more closely I think that you just might be right about Wolfgang. I'll read his posts a little more carefully here in the future and make my own mind up.
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        by Drew on Feb 28, 2012 at 10:41 AM in reply to LOL!
        To - LOL! on Feb 27, 2012 at 06:45 PM. Let me give you some word of advice. If you are looking for ' Logic ' you came to the wrong place. Read one of Lavon's comments you will se what I mean. As for Wolfgang I would not say we is pathetic that is only of your opinion. I would say he is more entertaining then anything else. Don't worry about it your GOP is safe even with a Wolfgang copy & paste. LOL a Mr. Spock & Logic you will not find on this WITN poster site
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          by Luke on Mar 1, 2012 at 04:51 AM in reply to Drew
          The truth is Drew LOL has a Obsessive–compulsive disorder with Wolfgang. Reason being LOL only stalks Wolfgang and his commemts,and no other. It is a little nuts. With all the copy & pasters here LOL only picks out one poster Wolfgang.
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        by LOL! on Feb 28, 2012 at 02:31 PM in reply to LOL!
        Drew: Not bad advice! Believe me, I do not agree with Lavon and usually skip reading what he posts. I also agree with you that Wolfgang's copy and pasting will hardly lead to the demise of the GOP. But, calling out his repetitive, compulsive behavior and his propensity to make up many aliases in a laughable attempt to defend himself is cheap entertainment for me. Nothing more, nothing less. Although I will not be calling him out incessantly (like he copies and pastes and regurgitates), I will do so from time to time in a useless (you're right again) attempt to bring about a modicum of authenticity and genuine discourse to this site. Thanks and have a good evening.
  • by Lavon Location: Goldsboro on Feb 26, 2012 at 07:31 AM
    I see the Republicans are still mad because they cant get the black vote.. Figures
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      by Luke on Feb 26, 2012 at 08:38 PM in reply to Lavon
      Lavon , We whites I hope can get a few of them? LOL
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      by obamanot on Feb 27, 2012 at 04:06 PM in reply to Lavon
      LAVON I spell your name capitalized something pinnochiobama will never get from me.You nailed it dudette.Republicans will not get the black vote and most Normal people know that.What I am going to do now is being you are so confident in your messiah is hang flyers on busnisses windows ever where I go and they will say"My obama will be the next president so there is no need to vote"!That's how yall roll!
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      by Ron on Feb 27, 2012 at 05:33 PM in reply to Lavon
      Lavon, do you really think 12.8% of the nations population is going to keep a Rep. out of the office ?Nor did it get a Dem. elected. Without the "non black" vote, Obama wouldn't be in office now. And are you really foolish enough to think that all those folks looking for hope and change got what they wanted, and going to cast their votes the same way in Nov? Unlike you and Samuel Jackson,I feel most people are going to vote for the man they feel has the knowledge and ability to get us out of the mess we're in, not the color of his skin. Get prepared , you may be in for a big surpise.
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      by Gigi on Feb 28, 2012 at 02:22 PM in reply to Lavon
      Many people who I associate with, half of them are black and they vote Republican. Its the stupid, uneducated, unemployed, ready for a handout blacks who vote for Obama and unfortunately there are so many of these people in our country. Just sad. !
  • by History Student Location: NC on Feb 25, 2012 at 07:15 AM
    Obama would never have become President without ACORN & Voter fraud? Funny Hope N Change was ACORN's ' Attorney ' - WA 2007 Three ACORN employees pleaded guilty, and four more were charged, in the worst case of voter registration fraud in Washington state history. More than 2,000 fraudulent voter registration cards were submitted by the group during a voter registration drive - PA 2009 Seven ACORN workers in the Pittsburgh area were indicted for submitting falsified voter registration forms. Six of the seven were also indicted for registering voters under an illegal quota system. 2008 An ACORN employee in West Reading, PA, was sentenced to up to 23 months in prison for identity theft and tampering with records. - NV 2009 Nevada authorities indicted ACORN on 26 counts of voter registration fraud and 13 counts of illegally compensating canvassers. ACORN provided a bonus compensation program called “Blackjack” or “21 ” for any canvasser who registered more than 20 voters per shift, which is illegal under Nevada law. 2008 Nevada state authorities raided ACORN's Las Vegas headquarters as part of a task force investigation of election fraud. Fraudulent registrations included players from the Dallas Cowboys. OH 2008 ACORN activists gave Ohio residents cash and cigarettes in exchange for filling out voter registration card, according to the New York Post. Some voters claim to have registered dozens of times, and one man says he signed up on 72 cards. 2008 State election officials have thrown out 57,435 voter registrations, the majority of which were submitted by ACORN. The registrations were thrown out after officials found "clearly fraudulent" signatures, vacant lots listed as addresses, and other signs of fraud.
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      by LOL! on Feb 25, 2012 at 08:39 AM in reply to History Student
      "History Student" is, of course, Wolfgang. He just copied this post directly from the rottenacorn site. Wolfgang: 1. You fool nobody. 2. please find an original thought of your own 3. how many pseudonyms must you invent here at WITN? 4. how many pseudonyms will you make up now to defend yourself with this response? 5. You do the GOP a disservice by repeatedly making a fool of yourself here. 6. As I've said before... use your own words, as stealing from others makes you look dishonest and simply pathetic. I'll now await your many aliases pretending that someone else is defending you here, and I'll just sit back and laugh at you.
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        by Sheree on Feb 26, 2012 at 10:55 AM in reply to LOL!
        LOL or Anonymous back to stalking Wolfgang's so called copy posts again? I am no Wolfgang fan but as a person you seem to have a Obsessive–compulsive disorder. You only attack Wolfgangs posts? Why? When so many posters here copy & paste here. In the United States, one in 50 adults suffers from OCD. If you are an example of the GOP. We Dems got it made in 2012. You GOP people are crazy!
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          by LOL! on Feb 26, 2012 at 02:20 PM in reply to Sheree
          Just stop embarrassing yourself Wolfgang. You can't write English and your grammatical errors shine right through; eg. you do not know when to place a period (.). You (nor I) are democrat, but your dissociative identity disoder is obvious (look it up). You are Wolfgang and you are as simple-minded as you are pathetic. Thanks for the laughs!!!
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          by Fred on Feb 26, 2012 at 05:32 PM in reply to Sheree
          No Sheree don't worry about the self proclaimed grammar police LOL. LOL is the crazy one. Hay nut case LOL am I Wolfgang also? Talk about simple minded seems better then being brainless like you are LOL. Still back to childish name calling again LOL
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          by LOL! on Feb 27, 2012 at 05:48 AM in reply to Sheree
          "Fred": I think that you are engaging in far more "childish name calling" than I... I also believe that you are taking the fact that I am calling out others here a little to personal. Why? Things that make you go hmmm... Also, yes, you are Wolfgang, who else could misspell "hey" as "hay"? This is great fun! Wolfgang is so interpersonally insecure that he must defend himself by pretending that others care about his insanity. LOL!!!
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        by History Student on Feb 26, 2012 at 06:04 PM in reply to LOL!
        Hate to brake up your game LOL! on Feb 25, 2012 at 11:39 AM. I take credit for my post. Not a bad post if I might say. Oh I am also a unaffiliated voter. Your GOP theory about me is delusional
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        by Anonymous on Feb 26, 2012 at 09:24 PM in reply to LOL!
        LOL! on Feb 25, 2012 at 11:39 AM. Does not want the truth printed about ACORN.
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          by LOL! on Feb 28, 2012 at 06:36 PM in reply to Anonymous
          Wrong. I'm a life-long Republican and conservative.
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        by And... on Feb 29, 2012 at 08:16 PM in reply to LOL!
        Oops snake boy ,wolfgank, and history rudent gets outed , many names with one tinfoil hat.
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      by Martin on Feb 25, 2012 at 03:56 PM in reply to History Student
      History Student let me add - " I’ve been fighting alongside ACORN on issues you care about my entire career." From our Liar and Chief.
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      by Ferg on Feb 25, 2012 at 06:16 PM in reply to History Student
      Thanks History Student , but how did ACORN get , Foghorn J. Leghorn , Buford T. Justice , Dalai Lama , Dirt Harry , Benny Hill , George Jefferson , Moby Dick , Rocky Balboa , Mary Poppins. to vote for Obama in 2008? Some how I guess Obama's ACORN can get out the voters. LOL
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      by Cindy on Feb 25, 2012 at 08:43 PM in reply to History Student
      Think about it History Student? Why are some many people so afraid to find out to get the facts, and the truth with their computer on Obama as ACORN's Attorney
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        by LOL! on Feb 26, 2012 at 05:16 AM in reply to Cindy
        "Martin", "Ferg", and "Cindy" just made my day, and it's only 8:15am! Wolfgang again making up aliases in order to weakly try to demonstrate that he has "support" here is as pitiful as it is HYSTERICAL! Just as I predicted. Wolfgang, this is becoming pathological on your part. You are very obvious and very bad at this; a sad, desperate, embarrassment to the GOP you are. But, having said that, I sure do get a kick out of this at your miserable expense. Thanks!
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          by Raymond on Feb 26, 2012 at 09:25 AM in reply to LOL!
          To LOL! on Feb 26, 2012 at 08:16 AM - First I am myself - LOL you must have this Wolfgang on the brain? I think he bates you to come out? How do you know anybody is pary of the GOP? Wolfgang or History Student has never admitted to any political group as far as I know , nor should they. To me some of your comments I have read before makes you sound like a lunitic. Wolfgang now History Student , Martin , Ferg , Cindy are they driving you nuts or something. If you have any part of the GOP which I doubt. You are an embarrassment to all of us in my opinion with your insane ranting over a few simple comments. Chill out LOL this is all for fun!
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      by Lavon on Feb 27, 2012 at 03:58 AM in reply to History Student
      Look over History Student, he still has a hangover from losing in 2008
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      by Voter ID on Feb 28, 2012 at 04:38 PM in reply to History Student
      Providing Voter ID would prevent these problems
  • by Abe Location: NC on Feb 24, 2012 at 09:18 PM
    Obama has now launched African Americans for Obama. He needs that 4% of blacks he lost out on in 2008. Of course, he still has 120% of the dead and illegal alien vote wrapped up. Also without ACORN busing homeless blacks to vote for Obama like in 2008 with voter names like. George Jetson , Mary Poppins , Alfred E. Neuman , Cool Hand Luke , Al Capone , Fred Flintstone , Tony" Soprano , Most blacks are black first and American somewhere far down the line. " Not all Blacks but most." Think back to the black reactions to the OJ verdict. Has anyone ever experienced a more racist, divisive president in American history than Hussein? Only Obama would dare create “African Americans for Obama.” What would be the outcry if any of the GOP candidates went blatantly after the White vote? What else amazes me is that 96% of blacks can’t see through Obama's Horse Hockey! They have been so indoctrinated in hating white people that they will follow this fool Obama right over the cliff merely because he has dark skin. Isn’t voting for and supporting someone solely on the color of their skin racism? All blacks & whites are victims of Obama's long list of lies. Obama can not win in 2012 without ACORN
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      by Lavon on Feb 25, 2012 at 03:56 AM in reply to Abe
      Where did George Jetson vote? Where did Cool Hand Luke vote also? What about Al Capone? Like I said people. The Republicans are so desperate to the point where they have no ground to stand on with winning any arguments so they just make stuff up like the Characters they said voted, knowing it's a lie. I mean to just make up blatent lies is the reason why the Republican Party is in a sham of a mess right now.
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        by Obama Snake Oil Co on Feb 25, 2012 at 02:31 PM in reply to Lavon
        Well, I found George Jetson and Cool Hand Luke on the ACORN voter list fraud....not sure about Al Capone...I think he would have registered in Obamas district in Chicago.
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          by To Snake et al. on Feb 27, 2012 at 07:21 AM in reply to Obama Snake Oil Co
          Yeah, they said the same thing in SC. Now, after investigation-it was a lie! The Governor is eating crow!
  • by Equal Pay Enforcement Act On Verge Of Being Repealed By Wisconsin Republicans on Feb 24, 2012 at 04:59 PM
    WASHINGTON -- In 2009, the Wisconsin legislature made it easier for victims of wage discrimination to have their day in court. That law is now on the verge of repeal. The Equal Pay Enforcement Act was meant to deter employers from discriminating by giving workers more avenues to press charges. Among other provisions, it allows individuals to plead their cases in the less costly, more accessible state circuit court system, rather than just in federal court. GOP=LOOKING OUT FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS? Can these guys ever do anything that does not benefit the Wealthy?
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      by Eyes Wide Open on Feb 24, 2012 at 05:31 PM in reply to Equal Pay Enforcement Act On Verge Of Being Repealed By Wisconsin Republicans
      The Act was designed by liberals to help union members sue their employers more easily! If you suck at your job and you are lazy therefore you are entitled to sue your employer because you don't get paid the same as the productive people at your job, what a worthless system! If you are not PERFORMING your duty at work then you SHOULD be fired but instead, today it is almost impossible to fire someone, instead liberals have made it easier for the lazy to sue. You liberals are all the same, you bring up something that was designed by Democrats for the soul purpose of being abused at the expense of someone else and when we remove your loophole you cry wolf! It isn't working anymore, give up!!
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        by To EWO on Feb 24, 2012 at 06:16 PM in reply to Eyes Wide Open
        These were NOT union members! This deals with equal pay for women!!! Equal pay for equal work! Women make 77 cents on the dollar compared to men, in WI, it is lower-70 cents. The law only allowed people to go to court on the state level instead of Fed. level-big deal. Watch that RECALL!!
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          by Obama Snake Oil Co on Feb 25, 2012 at 03:56 AM in reply to To EWO
          Thats what Mediamatters says but its not true as far as women go. Its for the unions as usual. Don't worry about that recall thing but send plenty of you money to it. They need it badly as those poor union people are having to pay for this action with their dues.
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      by Obama Snake Oil co on Feb 25, 2012 at 02:34 PM in reply to Equal Pay Enforcement Act On Verge Of Being Repealed By Wisconsin Republicans
      You know, I am reminded about how desperate liberals are this time of year after a failed leader like Jimmy Carter so I am pondering that the spider monkey is named for it's long and thins arms, legs, and tails. Having these strong and long limbs help this animal to be one of the best equipped arboreal (living in the trees) animals found the rainforest. A spider monkey can swing through the rainforest canopy and hang suspended by their tail. Their long limbs help them pick fruit (their favorite food). They live almost exclusively on fruit and nuts. They also eat young leaves, flowers, sometimes bark and decaying wood, as well as honey, Just like Barlow, lavon and Barrack.
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        by And.. on Feb 26, 2012 at 06:16 AM in reply to Obama Snake Oil co
        I am reminded every night on the news about George DubYa's failed wars. time to end the other George dubyA war. We can accomplish more with special forces. Ask the Russians they we there for ten year before they left as well. Time to get out before more troops are killed over nothing.
  • by Anonymous on Feb 24, 2012 at 04:54 PM
    Anyone see that embarrassing turnout for Romney at Fords Field? More people showed up for my sons touch football game last month. http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-presidential-primary/212493-romney-speech-falls-flat-in-detroit
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