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Which do you think will have more TV viewers, the Super Bowl or Obama's State of the Union address?

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FreedomRings

Jan-24-14 2:11 AM

C. Toilet Bowl

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muleskinner

Jan-24-14 7:32 AM

The Super Bowl. Nobody wants to listen to Obama lie anymore. It's boring listening to all of the lies.

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kingdom

Jan-24-14 7:45 AM

The Super Bowl usually has more viewers. This shows a lack of interest in first hand knowledge of what is said and done in our country. Most prefer to be entertained and then hear the water cooler talk and the cable news regurgitate, with spin, what ANY president has to say.

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kingdom

Jan-24-14 7:45 AM

The Super Bowl usually has more viewers. This shows a lack of interest in first hand knowledge of what is said and done in our country. Most prefer to be entertained and then hear the water cooler talk and the cable news regurgitate, with spin, what ANY president has to say.

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JackAaah

Jan-24-14 7:59 AM

I'm going to watch my grass grow....oh, com'on, not the munchies kind....

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jbinminot

Jan-24-14 8:15 AM

Uh, is this supposed to be a serious question? Did you really think it possible more people would vote to see Obama?

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GoInPeace

Jan-24-14 8:27 AM

Come on,The fun loving, beer drinking folks of North Dakota will always want to watch football They have to stay sober to actually understand the truth that the President will tell them.Drink up and remember, dont drive.Goinpeace.

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realwildchyld

Jan-24-14 8:36 AM

I think it is sad that the game will have more viewers, but you can't really blame the folks for not wanting to listen to our president tell lies and read from his prompter. I will watch our President because I like to be kept up on the lies and latest scandal and see how he and the liberal pundits will spin it to sound like it is the fault of the president before him.

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realwildchyld

Jan-24-14 8:38 AM

@FreedomRings

The state of the union address is the toilet bowl right??

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MarkHighwater

Jan-24-14 8:44 AM

Xarelto will have more viewers than Obama and the Stoner bowl combined.

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landslide14

Jan-24-14 8:51 AM

Lets see watch a bunch of MEN play a game and actually compete for the prize..

Or watch a POTUS Lie to the people, make more promises he won't keep, and someone has to write his speech so he knows what to say????

If I want to watch how liars operate I just watch the Grandkids when one says he didnt hit the other even tho I was watching..

So no speech for me.. Hes a jerk, a liar, and he has defrauded the American people out of their insurance policies.. Hes a loser..weak on foreign policy and his ratings are lower then the drunken Mayor of Toronto and that guy is a real loser..

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Napoleon

Jan-24-14 9:00 AM

What a slanted question. Of course the Superbowl. Always has been always will.

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EarlyBird

Jan-24-14 9:09 AM

Watch the Superbowl and record or watch POTUS on youtube later if I want.

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animal

Jan-24-14 9:12 AM

I would like to tell you the truth about the emperors speech, but it would just be deleted!1

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muleskinner

Jan-24-14 9:12 AM

Will people be more willing to drink beer at the Super Bowl or while watching Obama spew more prevarications, one after another, which drives people to drink?

It's more fun to watch the Super Bowl and be entertained while drinking beer.

It is a fate worse than death to listen to somebody lie all of the time and never keep a promise, cause lives to be disrupted, make life miserable for everybody.

I'd rather kill myself.

To keep me from doing that, beer drinking is the only choice.

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muleskinner

Jan-24-14 9:27 AM

So, now you want to encourage people to kill themselves. You would rather partake in the crime rather than preventing one. Another typical criminal disguising themselves as a human being. You're a bonafide nut case.

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muleskinner

Jan-24-14 9:38 AM

No, it's the truth. I have tried to listen to Obama. You can listen for a while, then you soon realize he is not making a speech, he is preaching. Doesn't take long to not listen. I have listened intently, giving the man every benefit of the doubt. I have heard too much and is no longer worth the while.

It is a fate worse than death to try to listen to what he says. He never says anything of substance.

No lie, all truth. Oblabber is a liar.

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muleskinner

Jan-24-14 9:56 AM

The results of the poll question speaks volumes. Nobody wants to listen to Obama and the 1 in 10 who do are probably required to listen to him babble on for an hour.

Another fate worse than death for the 10 percent who are subjected and be forced to listen to the duplicitous, pathetic fool Obama.

You have to pity them.

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locomotive

Jan-24-14 10:53 AM

For people "...to actually understand the truth that the President will tell them" it might be an advantage to start with the truth, being as the President has been proven a liar at least once. Like most humans...

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rajiihammr

Jan-24-14 10:55 AM

MDN never misses a chance to take a meaningless jab.

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locomotive

Jan-24-14 10:57 AM

It is in willgrr's interest to do away with the competition, right?

Self-interest usually trumps altruism in politics.

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locomotive

Jan-24-14 11:26 AM

willgrr: "I never allowed any one to get under my skin."

Then how do you explain the oft-stated phrase "never, ever vote for a Republican?"

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muleskinner

Jan-24-14 11:33 AM

What you do is called ad hominem. It is done by you on a constant basis and you want to turn the tables once again.

Now is as good a time as any to start thinking about killing yourself, but I urge you to not. You won't have to waste your time here and It won't be necessary to waste anymore of my time retorting to the idiocy that you begin and then never stop. You do it all of the time and then try to make fools of everybody. You can stop anytime.

Anybody willing to listen to Obama speak does have a problem, so it is easy to understand why you do.

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EarlyBird

Jan-24-14 1:24 PM

Goinpeace... Actually I'm looking for a live on TV war and bombings again like in 2003, that really stirred a hornets nest. j/k

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landslide14

Jan-24-14 2:38 PM

Veritas Your comments on votes just goes to show people would rather be mislead by a liar then face the truth and live a regular life..

You libs follow liars becasue its the only way you can feel good about yourselves..You need to lie and exagerate to potray an image.. Obama told Lie after Lie to get reelected.. He cannot stand himself and who he really is..He has to lie and exagerate to fell good about himself.

Perfect definition of a Patological Liar!!!

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