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What did you think of President Obama's State of the Union address?

  1. Pretty good
  2. Well done
  3. Weak
  4. He's a joke
  5. Didn't watch
 
 
 
 
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locomotive

Feb-18-13 5:12 PM

billgrr, no time for it and my coffee's bitter enough.

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locomotive

Feb-16-13 6:56 PM

Only if you admit you & namexxx are one and the same. :-)

Now calm down, billgrr. I didn't "agree" with those statements when I first read them. Really. Scout's honor.

BTW, are you in lockstep with all the other liberals on this site? Should a conservative take on the herculean task of c/p'ing a few of the more outrageous liberal posts and make demands upon you, one of the more vocal/visible liberal posters as to their appropriateness?

Get a grip. Rational people don't fall for the outrageous, nor do they let small things vex them day in and day out. Too tiring and it makes the coffee way too bitter.

Not all conservatives are the same. And not all liberals are the same either.

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locomotive

Feb-16-13 6:31 PM

billgrr, I know anything like a foxtrot would be anathema to you, so how about a good Harlem Shake instead? Love that helmet thing...

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locomotive

Feb-16-13 12:36 PM

grramexx

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locomotive

Feb-16-13 12:35 PM

As long as multiple personalities are being discussed AGAIN, has anyone else noticed that namexxx usually weighs in with his banalities right after billgarr's posts? Pattern?

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namexxx

Feb-16-13 12:30 PM

You're forgetting to switch over to Jack every once in a while.

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minreader

Feb-15-13 8:32 PM

Have anyone ever noticed that bill...for the most part post his ramblings on posts that are a day or more old?

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locomotive

Feb-15-13 3:39 PM

BG, we're agreed that there's a whole lot of misinformation out there, wheat and chaff alike.

Now, as you describe this "video" of Hillary, do you believe rational people would think it's true? I'd suppose that rational people would have already separated this particular bit of chaff from the hopper, before even having to google it as you suggest. I don't have time for tripe.

All conservatives aren't the same. Just as all liberals aren't the same.

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EarlyBird

Feb-15-13 8:29 AM

I know 15% of $18,000.00 is more than 15% of $15,000.00 so that is an increase in taxes paid in.

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minreader

Feb-14-13 10:59 PM

bill...you are stupid. I dont have time for stupid

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minreader

Feb-14-13 10:40 PM

bill... I'm still at the office making money no matter what obama dose. Watch your soaps and your realaity shows to get your info and your direction in life. Have a great night.

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minreader

Feb-14-13 9:53 PM

Thanks bill... for just proving my point

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minreader

Feb-14-13 9:16 PM

bill... they are very informative with truth and facts, unlike you bill... You on the other hand are degrading and disrespectful, and have a closed minded veiw of the facts. Have a great night

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minreader

Feb-14-13 9:00 PM

bill...those you talk the loudest and the most are the ones that have doubts and lies to cover up and are afriad of the truth. Meaning all your multi repsonses of rambling on and on...

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EarlyBird

Feb-14-13 7:56 AM

Centerfield, the minimum wage is for people who are starting out at the bottom. Why would we pay unskilled uneducated people as much as people who have worked to improve themselves to get the higher paying jobs?

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Heisenberg

Feb-14-13 2:05 AM

"This so called "leader" hasn't a single clue except how to lie to the American people and try to destroy this country from within."

This is where you're wrong. He actually believes that what he's doing won't destroy the country from within. We don't move forward by accusing opposition of wanting bad things for the country. That just leads to bickering and stonewalling. The only available way to move forward now is to become the elected majority, or to somehow convince the opposition to change their views.

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MarkHighwater

Feb-13-13 11:31 PM

I see Dick Cheney is starting to run his mouth off...he must think Americans have forgotten about the crap him and Bush pulled...can't wait til 2014 when the lefties take the house away from the party of NO ! ! !

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Missy1

Feb-13-13 11:06 PM

What? They can't get to the "truth" it is buried under person to person and paper work. Just like when Clinton lied about his Monica and Hillary defended him. Either way, at that point, I will vote Right.

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centerfield

Feb-13-13 10:06 PM

I can certainly understand you three being clueless about things but to continue to blame Obama when your own party is absolutely doing nothing to help the country is truly being clueless. Now, for the first time in the history of congress the Republicans are going to filibuster a nominee for the Secretary of Defense. It is amazing that you continue to swallow the garbage of talk radio, Fox, Rush, and your own leaders. They have obstructed everything and they continue to do so. You saw what the people did in the election and they will do it in two years. The people are waking up to the destruction of our country and they know who to blame. The Republican obstructionism is going to destroy the country and the republican party. There certainly is a division and you can see what side you are on... the wrong side.

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namexxx

Feb-13-13 10:02 PM

Another day -- another screen name.

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Spirit

Feb-13-13 9:48 PM

Haven't missed a State of the Union address since Eisenhower, so I tried to listen to this one. I couldn't stand it for long. This so called "leader" hasn't a single clue except how to lie to the American people and try to destroy this country from within. As unbelievable as it is for anyone with a brain to use, there are actually people who believe him.

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minreader

Feb-13-13 9:21 PM

Missy1, remember that Nancy P said that "no I have not read it but we have to pass it to know whats in it" Sum kinda sad. obama last night said that if congress does not pass his agenda he will just sign excutive orders to get what he wants done.

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Missy1

Feb-13-13 8:27 PM

Centerfield, how much does Obama care add into this. It is one thing and then another thing and it continues on. Enough of all about employees and companies are making millions. President Obama has divided this country.

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centerfield

Feb-13-13 4:03 PM

From the previous comments on the minimum wage from the righties, it is obvious that you don't understand the wage proposals and when they have been enacted. The minimum wage in 1968 was $1.60/hr. Based on inflation it should have increased to $10.27/hr by 2011. The last increase was approved by congress in 2007 and the increase concluded three years ago at $7.25/hr. Now, the proposal is a laddered approach to increase it to $9.00/hr. by 2014. That would be a whopping $18,000 a year. Now, there is also a tipping provision in the law. History has shown that there is no job loss but there is more job retention instead.

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centerfield

Feb-13-13 3:46 PM

Obviously, this poll is subject to interpretation from everyone. I look at it as 28% of those respondents thought the speech was good to excellent. But, only five percent thought it was bad. There were a number of individuals who indicated that they disliked the President but they failed to vote on the speech. So, therefore, 84% of those responding to the quality of the speech thought it was a good/very good speech. Good job, Mr. President.

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