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Change
10-15-2008, 09:17 PM
The Debate, McCain Won, Joe the Plumber is Rich

Anyone who is not a sheep knows McCain won. Obama is simply a tax and spender and wants to mandate a whole lot of things that clearly came across.

Joe the Plumber is rich according to Obama. Obama wants to buy everyone coats and computers. Highest per cap per student education spending in the World, worse performing schools, answer give more money. Obama when asked to reform or expand, his answer BOTH. Same as voting Present. Obama needs to get some nuts, I see him caving in on everything. Against the War, yet wants to expand into other Countries, etc. etc.

Careful Flushing the Toilets, Joe the Plumber is going to be on the breadline if Obama wins the White House.

muzzled dogg
10-15-2008, 09:19 PM
lmaooooooooooo

btw i haven't heard anyone say "on the dole" since rothbard's "for a new lib"

torchbearer
10-15-2008, 09:28 PM
The Debate, McCain Won, Joe the Plumber is Rich

Anyone who is not a sheep knows McCain won. Obama is simply a tax and spender and wants to mandate a whole lot of things that clearly came across.

Joe the Plumber is rich according to Obama. Obama wants to buy everyone coats and computers. Highest per cap per student education spending in the World, worse performing schools, answer give more money. Obama when asked to reform or expand, his answer BOTH. Same as voting Present. Obama needs to get some nuts, I see him caving in on everything. Against the War, yet wants to expand into other Countries, etc. etc.

Careful Flushing the Toilets, Joe the Plumber is going to be on the breadline if Obama wins the White House.

Funny. I heard both of them promising more government gifts for everybody.
Socialism either way you go. To think one is better than the other would be rationalized as one is more communist than the other.
Either way, bend over and take it in the ass like a man, because they are both vying for a spot behind your sweet ass.
Get ready.

Change
10-15-2008, 09:32 PM
In design, less is often more. Yup, your right.

Change
10-15-2008, 09:34 PM
lmaooooooooooo

btw i haven't heard anyone say "on the dole" since rothbard's "for a new lib"

I am Irish

Original_Intent
10-15-2008, 10:22 PM
I liked McCain saying Joe had spent the last 20 years working 10-12 hour days 7 days a week - with billing hours like that I think Joe should have been a lawyer.

Obviously just a sound bite with no basis in reality, just like McCain saying we could be off foreing oil (except Canada) by the end of his first term. What a lie!

I'm not an Obama fan either, I am voting Baldwin, but McCain got owned tonight.

Change
10-15-2008, 10:43 PM
McCain wins on the fact everyone will be talking about Joe the Plumber, who in the end is all of us. So, walking away if Joe the Plumber is the focus, McCain has changed the topic to his advantage, you must admit that - it is now about TAXES, McCain wins on the lesser of two evils. The after talk on style is bs. What will the media be covering, Joe the Plumber, that is why MSNBC did a focus group to debunk Joe the Plumber quickly having everyone say it was dumb. (we all know about focus groups) trust me, if Joe the Plumber is on TV tomorrow, John wins.

torchbearer
10-15-2008, 10:46 PM
McCain wins on the fact everyone will be talking about Joe the Plumber, who in the end is all of us. So, walking away if Joe the Plumber is the focus, McCain has changed the topic to his advantage, you must admit that - it is now about TAXES, McCain wins on the lesser of two evils. The after talk on style is bs. What will the media be covering, Joe the Plumber, that is why MSNBC did a focus group to debunk Joe the Plumber quickly having everyone say it was dumb. (we all know about focus groups) trust me, if Joe the Plumber is on TV tomorrow, John wins.

Joe isn't me. See, I don't support big government in any form.
Joe is an idiot. He deserves the ass raping he will get from the 2 socialist front runners.
He should have campaigned for Ron when he had the chance, then he would have to worry about the 2 major pricks robbing him.. be it through taxes.. or deficit spending.

Change
10-16-2008, 04:51 AM
Graphic. But moving on.... I agree Joe the Plumber should have campaigned for Ron Paul, but the media already had picked their candidates.

acptulsa
10-16-2008, 06:02 AM
Graphic. But moving on.... I agree Joe the Plumber should have campaigned for Ron Paul, but the media already had picked their candidates.

Their candidates.

The media won. The American people lost.

Tax cuts for small business if they jump through Obama's hoop and get health insurance for their employees. Tax cuts for us, but not enough by McCain's own admission to even reach the average health plan. And, of course, neither specifies whether you will actually get five grand cut off your taxes or you will get to take a five grand deduction, and avoid paying some ten-thirty percent of that five grand depending on your circumstances. And he promised your employer would pay you extra when they cut your benefits. How can he guarantee that?

In the end, the Democrats want your employer to jump through hoops and the Republicans want to give you another tax cut that ultimately costs you money. No one is for getting rid of any of the grotesquesly obese federal bureaucracy and giving everyone enough of a tax cut that they can actually afford health insurance.

Two candidates, few brain cells, no solutions, two incompetents. They win, we lose.

That graphic enough, False Change?

Change
10-16-2008, 06:49 AM
I agree, you just have to close your eyes to it all and continue fighting to good fight. It will be interesting to watch the media. That Andrea Mitchell, is really something else. She isn't bias at all, NOT. Like why do we even watch, it is all very, very sad.