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Vis
09-26-2012, 02:33 PM
Scarborough cries ‘Oh, sweet Jesus!’ as Romney fails to lead chant

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/09/26/scarborough-cries-oh-sweet-jesus-as-romney-fails-to-lead-chant/


Conservative MSNBC host Joe Scarborough cried out for his Savior on Wednesday after viewing video of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney awkwardly trying to get a crowd in Ohio to chant his name.

After Romney gave a shout out to his running mate, Paul Ryan, in Vandalia, Ohio on Tuesday, the crowd got excited and began chanting, “Ryan! Ryan!”

“Wait a second,” Romney said, reminding the crowd that he was at the top of the ticket.

“Romney-Ryan, Romney-Ryan,” the former governor instructed the crowd, although most of them ignored him. “There we go.”

After co-host Mika Brzezinski played the video on Wednesday, Scarborough could only put his hands over his eyes and utter, “Oh, sweet Jesus.”

“What do the Catholics say? ‘Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us now in the hour of [death]‘?” the conservative host wondered.

“No, it’s over,” Brzezinski pointed out. “It’s not going to work. It’s too late for that.”

“You know what? You don’t fix it,” Scarborough agreed. “Sadly, I say this about Mitt Romney, he’s a great man. He is. He’s a great father. He’s a great husband. He is a great business man, great turnaround guy. If I had a business anywhere in the world, I’d have him run it. He just — he’s a horrible politician. He’s one of the worst.”

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tony hipchest
09-26-2012, 03:05 PM
:rofl: ...how embarrassing. :doh:

awaits the typical GOP extremist response attacking scarborough as a liberal hack plant, and insisting that romney is actually the best politician in the world, the rest of the world just cant see it or is in denial.

polls are up!

Atlanta Dan
09-26-2012, 03:31 PM
:rofl: ...how embarrassing. :doh:

awaits the typical GOP extremist response attacking scarborough as a liberal hack plant, and insisting that romney is actually the best politician in the world, the rest of the world just cant see it or is in denial.

polls are up!

Scarborough can ask known communist Peggy Noonan how it works when you do not have absolute faith

Chris Wallace doubts Noonan's conservatism

In an interview with POLITICO today, Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace questioned Peggy Noonan's "conservative bona fides," following her recent editorials criticizing of Mitt Romney's campaign.

"Peggy Noonan has bashed George W. Bush, based Mitt Romney, wasn't crazy about McCain. So, [her] conservative bona fides I'm not sure I take too seriously," Wallace told POLITICO's Patrick W. Gavin. "[Columnists] like Peggy Noonan, sometimes they're New York City's idea of conservatives."

http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2012/09/chris-wallace-doubts-peggy-noonans-conservatism-136283.html

Noonan writes a column for the radical-leftist Wall Street Journal and made her name as a speechwriter for that liberal Ronald Reagan - obviously a closet Democrat

Vis
09-26-2012, 03:55 PM
I don't think even the most ardent lockstep republican can say anything about that video other than that it is cringe worthy. Had he followed the chant up with "who's your daddy" it wouldn't be more painful to watch.

Vincent
09-26-2012, 05:37 PM
I don't think even the most ardent lockstep republican can say anything about that video other than that it is cringe worthy. Had he followed the chant up with "who's your daddy" it wouldn't be more painful to watch.

What you and your ilk are missing is that it doesn't matter what Romney says or does. Not even a little bit. Nobody cares. And it isn't about Ryan. Nobody cares about either of them. Not even a little bit. And it isn't about any of the people the GOP trotted out at the RNC. Doesn't matter a hill of @#$%.

This is a center right country and yer boy, in all his hubris, has gone too far to the left. The real people (call them whatever you want, the 53%, breeders, homophobes, islamophobes, whatever) are livid. November 6th isn't about the GOP or Romney any more than 08 was about "hope" and "change". November 6th is a referendum on the stalinist rat bastard that has sullied the office he occupies, and has nearly succeeded in destroying the Republic he said he'd "change". Did I mention that the real people are livid?

But the difference between the real people and the stalinist rat bastard's "community" is that the real people just quietly show up and vote. Why act up? Why burn down the neighborhood? Just vote the @#$% out of office. And all his fellow leftist @#$%.

In the meantime, have fun. Romney's a ________________. Do your polls. Manufacture "news". But ax yourself this - does a sitting president that has any aspirations of a second term behave the way this one does? The world is burning down. They're raping and killing American ambassadors. And we're told that these are "just bumps in the road". But that Romney's a @#$%ing dolt, isn't he?

Discuss.

Bayz101
09-26-2012, 05:40 PM
ROFL!

Atlanta Dan
09-26-2012, 06:11 PM
Discuss.

Rush and you can continue to create your own reality

Rush Limbaugh: Polls attempt ‘voter depression’

Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday that voters should ignore “bogus” swing-state polls that show President Barack Obama pulling away from GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, blaming pollsters for “oversampling” Democrats and accusing them of “trying to get this election finished” before the debates by “suppressing your vote and depressing you.”...

There could be a lot of reasons for this. Voter suppression, voter depression, set up the possibility of allegations of voter fraud.:jawdrop:

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0912/81711.html

My advice for Rush and you

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Vincent
09-26-2012, 06:45 PM
My advice for Rush and you

I don't listen to Rush. And if its even possible, I'm probably less interested in anyone's advice than I'd guess he is.

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Vis
09-26-2012, 07:05 PM
I won a case on sn last election. Willing to bet on this one vinnie

ricardisimo
09-26-2012, 07:19 PM
What you and your ilk are missing is that it doesn't matter what Romney says or does. Not even a little bit. Nobody cares. And it isn't about Ryan. Nobody cares about either of them. Not even a little bit. And it isn't about any of the people the GOP trotted out at the RNC. Doesn't matter a hill of @#$%.

This is a center right country and yer boy, in all his hubris, has gone too far to the left. The real people (call them whatever you want, the 53%, breeders, homophobes, islamophobes, whatever) are livid. November 6th isn't about the GOP or Romney any more than 08 was about "hope" and "change". November 6th is a referendum on the stalinist rat bastard that has sullied the office he occupies, and has nearly succeeded in destroying the Republic he said he'd "change". Did I mention that the real people are livid?

But the difference between the real people and the stalinist rat bastard's "community" is that the real people just quietly show up and vote. Why act up? Why burn down the neighborhood? Just vote the @#$% out of office. And all his fellow leftist @#$%.

In the meantime, have fun. Romney's a ________________. Do your polls. Manufacture "news". But ax yourself this - does a sitting president that has any aspirations of a second term behave the way this one does? The world is burning down. They're raping and killing American ambassadors. And we're told that these are "just bumps in the road". But that Romney's a @#$%ing dolt, isn't he?

Discuss.
I'll bite. What brand of glue do you sniff that allows you to think things like "Obama has gone too far to the Left"?

tony hipchest
09-26-2012, 07:42 PM
I don't listen to Rush.




Suuuuuuure you dont. :jerkit:

...thats just like all these fantasy football stat jockeys around here who claim they dont even play fantasy football.

its the second time youve denied your overloard and savior. i know cause i heard the rooster crow twice. you already know what happens when the c0ck crows thrice.

hows that 30 pieces of silver treatin ya? :thumbsup:

Atlanta Dan
09-26-2012, 07:46 PM
I don't listen to Rush. And if its even possible, I'm probably less interested in anyone's advice than I'd guess he is.]

Oh I have no doubt you are not interested in advice from anyone:chuckle:

Get out of that state,
Get out of that state you're in.

SteelCityMom
09-26-2012, 08:53 PM
Both parties are creations of, and beholden to, the identical interests on Wall Street and K-Street. I don't know why anyone would think one or the other works in our best interest.

Vinny, I really dislike Obama and his policies, but I don't know what you think is going to happen if Romney is elected. So many like you are propping up this election like you think somethings going to change. If he wins, so many people are going to be in for a rude awakening. Obama is not liberal, and Romney is not conservative. I honestly barely even get why democrats and republicans even bother fighting over either one.

Atlanta Dan
09-26-2012, 09:07 PM
Both parties are creations of, and beholden to, the identical interests on Wall Street and K-Street. I don't know why anyone would think one or the other works in our best interest. .

There is only one party in the United States, the Property Party … and it has two right wings: Republican and Democrat. Republicans are a bit stupider, more rigid, more doctrinaire in their laissez-faire capitalism than the Democrats, who are cuter, prettier, a bit more corrupt — until recently… and more willing than the Republicans to make small adjustments when the poor, the black, the anti-imperialists get out of hand. But, essentially, there is no difference between the two parties.

- Gore Vidal, writing in the 1970s

http://www.gorevidalnow.com/2011/10/the-property-party/

SteelCityMom
09-26-2012, 09:49 PM
Stop it Dan...you already won the thread with Schneider's 80's stache. :chuckle:

Atlanta Dan
09-27-2012, 06:52 PM
Stop it Dan...you already won the thread with Schneider's 80's stache. :chuckle:

B-52s concert at the Fox Theater in Atlanta in the early 80s one of the great party concerts I ever attended:drink::thumbsup:

tony hipchest
09-27-2012, 10:42 PM
What you and your ilk are missing is that it doesn't matter what Romney says or does. Not even a little bit. Nobody cares. And it isn't about Ryan. Nobody cares about either of them. Not even a little bit. And it isn't about any of the people the GOP trotted out at the RNC. Doesn't matter a hill of @#$%.

This is a center right country and yer boy, in all his hubris, has gone too far to the left. The real people (call them whatever you want, the 53%, breeders, homophobes, islamophobes, whatever) are livid. November 6th isn't about the GOP or Romney any more than 08 was about "hope" and "change". November 6th is a referendum on the stalinist rat bastard that has sullied the office he occupies, and has nearly succeeded in destroying the Republic he said he'd "change". Did I mention that the real people are livid?

But the difference between the real people and the stalinist rat bastard's "community" is that the real people just quietly show up and vote. Why act up? Why burn down the neighborhood? Just vote the @#$% out of office. And all his fellow leftist @#$%.

In the meantime, have fun. Romney's a ________________. Do your polls. Manufacture "news". But ax yourself this - does a sitting president that has any aspirations of a second term behave the way this one does? The world is burning down. They're raping and killing American ambassadors. And we're told that these are "just bumps in the road". But that Romney's a @#$%ing dolt, isn't he?

Discuss.

:blah: a whole bunch of fuddy duddy

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Vis
09-28-2012, 04:58 AM
Washington (CNN) – If it wasn't already clear that Mitt Romney and his allies are trying to lower expectations heading into next Wednesday's debate against President Obama in Denver, the campaign is now making it official.

In a memo about the debates distributed to campaign surrogates and provided to CNN on Thursday, longtime Romney adviser Beth Myers outlines a series of reasons why the president is likely to emerge as the winner of the first debate.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/09/27/first-on-cnn-romney-memo-seeks-to-lower-debate-expectations/?hpt=hp_t1

I don't know about you, but my expectations of Romney can't get any lower.

Vis
09-28-2012, 05:37 AM
I don't listen to Rush.


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tony hipchest
09-28-2012, 06:38 PM
http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q23/shortyshane_2006/romneyscampaign.jpg

MACH1
09-28-2012, 06:42 PM
Whoops
Shouldn't believe everything msnbc spoon feeds you.

Another MSNBC Scandal? Blaze Readers at Campaign Event Claim Network Misled in Video of Rally Chant (With Audio Comparison)

“The crowd was yelling,” caller Sherry recounts, “the crowd was screaming ‘Romney! Romney!’ and Romney, being the gentleman [he is], we can‘t get in his head because he’s so stinking nice, he stopped us to add ‘Romney-Ryan.’”

“And if you watch the clip again, Ryan throws up his hand like ‘oh, you don’t have to add me to the chant,’” she adds.

And Sherry isn’t the only one who remembers it happening this way.

“I … [was] near the front of the crowd and Paul Ryan had just finished speaking,” Michele Jewett of Carlisle, Ohio, told TheBlaze in an email.

“He introduced Governor Romney and handed the microphone to him. Gov. Romney said, ‘What about that Paul Ryan’ and the crowd immediately started chanting, ‘Romney, Romney‘ not ’Ryan, Ryan’ like the closed captioning on the MSNBC video stated,” she adds.

Indeed, the MSNBC closed captions claims the was crowd chanting “Ryan!“ when attendees say they were actually chanting ”Romney!” Obviously, this changes a lot about the situation. Instead of awkwardly inserting his name into what sounds like a failed chant, Gov. Romney was actually including his running mate in a crowd chant of his own name.

“Mitt said, ‘Let’s try this, Romney/Ryan, Romney/Ryan, I like that better!‘ Jewett’s email continues. “I thought to myself ‘what a humble guy to include Ryan in our chant.’”

In fact, footage from C-SPAN’s archives would seem back up this claim

“I even mentioned this to my friends as we left the rally. I could not believe the MSNBC coverage, trying to validate a news article by completely misleading the public about what really happened,”
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/another-msnbc-scandal-blaze-readers-at-campaign-event-claim-network-misled-in-video-of-rally-chant/

tony hipchest
09-28-2012, 06:55 PM
Whoops
Shouldn't believe everything msnbc spoon feeds you.


Another MSNBC Scandal? Blaze Readers at Campaign Event Claim Network Misled in Video of Rally Chant (With Audio Comparison)

“The crowd was yelling,” caller Sherry recounts, “the crowd was screaming ‘Romney! Romney!’ and Romney, being the gentleman [he is], we can‘t get in his head because he’s so stinking nice, he stopped us to add ‘Romney-Ryan.’”

“And if you watch the clip again, Ryan throws up his hand like ‘oh, you don’t have to add me to the chant,’” she adds.

And Sherry isn’t the only one who remembers it happening this way.I

n fact, footage from C-SPAN’s archives would seem back up this claim


riiiiiiiight.... :rolleyes:

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Atlanta Dan
09-28-2012, 07:18 PM
Whoops
Shouldn't believe everything msnbc spoon feeds you.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/another-msnbc-scandal-blaze-readers-at-campaign-event-claim-network-misled-in-video-of-rally-chant/

Could be worse - MSNBC could be broadcasting suicides like Fox News did today:coffee:

A man committed suicide live on Fox News a few minutes ago. FNC had been carrying a car chase in the Phoenix area and when the suspect pulled over, he ran down a dirt road, then stopped, put a gun to his head, and fell to the ground. No other national networks were carrying the chase.

When the man first exited the car, anchor Shepard Smith said presciently ”You wait for the end of these things and you worry how they may end.” Viewers could hear Studio B crew members, who were watching a live feed of what was happening, gasp and Smith say, “Get off, get off, get off,” asking the control room to cut away. But they didn’t in time.

Fox then went to a commercial break. Upon returning, Smith said, “Well I’ve got some explaining to do.”

http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/fox-news-airs-suicide-following-car-chase-shep-smith-we-really-messed-up-and-i-am-sorry_b147972

tony hipchest
09-28-2012, 07:34 PM
the GOP should run the suicide clip in a new romeney commercial stating his life was ruined because of the tax burdened socialist realm and the fear of having islam forced upon him for another 4 years.

MACH1
09-28-2012, 11:02 PM
I'm sure msnbc will edit it and make it look like romney pulled the trigger.

Sometimes shit happens when your on live tv and reporting the real news and not what color obaaamas socks are for the day. :hunch:

Atlanta Dan
09-29-2012, 08:35 AM
I'm sure msnbc will edit it and make it look like romney pulled the trigger.

Sometimes shit happens when your on live tv and reporting the real news and not what color obaaamas socks are for the day. :hunch:

Because nothing quite constitutes "real news" for national TV more than a local car chase (we are not talking OJ in the Bronco here) - i guess there were no apartment fires to talk about :noidea:

At least the suicide actually happened, as opposed to some of the "facts" that have been reported on Fox & Friends, so for Fox News I suppose the Phoenix f**c-up was a positive moment

Vis
09-29-2012, 08:45 AM
This fits the thread title:

During an interview with KTVN Channel 2′s Wendy Damonte in Reno, NV, which aired on Thursday, September 27th, Damonte asked Ann Romney what her “biggest worry” would be if her husband is elected president. In an unscripted moment destined for the Things Campaign Spouses Should NEVER, EVER Say In Public playbook, Mrs. Romney confessed:

I think my biggest worry would be for his [Mitt Romney's] mental well-being. I have all the confidence in the world of his ability, his decisiveness, his leadership skills, his understand of the economy, his understanding of what’s missing right now. The pieces that are missing to get the jump started. So for me I think it would be the emotional part of it.

tony hipchest
09-29-2012, 11:09 AM
so even his wife confirms hes a mental midget not stable enough to lead?

Vis
09-29-2012, 11:50 AM
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Fire Haley
09-29-2012, 10:04 PM
Our MSM is no better than Pravda....it's political

http://thedeathofamerica.org/images/nytimes.jpg

you'd think NY Jews would know better

http://thedeathofamerica.org/images/slander.jpg

Vis
09-30-2012, 04:59 AM
I might have missed, has any SF righty posted anything about why they like Romney?

Fire Haley
09-30-2012, 07:16 AM
Oh yeah - deflect everything away from the failure in charge.

The stench from the Obama administration is spreading across the country, it's rotting from the top.


Impeach Obama!

What did Obama know, and when did he know it?



Benghazi-Gate: A Timeline of Government Deceit, Deception, and Outright Lies

This is a legitimate scandal of the highest order. Four Americans are dead, our government is still attempting to cover up what really happened, and as of this writing. the F.B.I still hasn't gained access to the consulate.

And what's the response of those charged with the sacred duty of holding our government accountable?

Mitt Romney, what about your gaffffes...

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/09/29/Benghazi-Gate-Timeline-What%20Government-Knew-What-they-Said?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BreitbartFeed+%28Breitbart+Fe ed%29



What Did White House Know and When?

“Within 24 hours the White House, the State Department and Ambassador Susan Rice knew it was a terror attack,” said Larry Kudlow.

But for days administration officials called the attack spontaneous, and rather than blaming it on terror, they said the catalyst was a recent film that depicted Islam in an unflattering light.

On September 16th, a full five days after the attack, Ambassador Susan Rice went on television and continued to insist the attack was not pre-planned.

“How’s that possible,” exclaimed Larry Kudlow. “This seems like a security break down of the worst kind and a pre-election cover-up of the worst kind."

“The President of the United States needs to come before the American people and explain to them what he knew and when he knew it”

http://www.cnbc.com/id/49219188

http://www.cnbc.com/id/49186012

Vis
09-30-2012, 08:43 AM
I might have missed, has any SF righty posted anything about why they like Romney?

Vincent
09-30-2012, 09:01 AM
I might have missed, has any SF righty posted anything about why they like Romney?

As I stated previously, it isn't about Romney. This is a referendum on yer boy. And he'll go down. He knows it. His handlers know it. Bobdole knows it.

If you handicap this race from the standpoint of matching bho's persona, Romney is as illequipped as McCain.

Persona carried clinton, and has carried yer boy to this point. clinton enjoyed an almost Eisenhower eight years in terms of events that shape a presidency. His only crises were of his own doing and he skated through them, albeit at a considerable cost in cruise missiles.

Persona is all yer boy brought to the table, aside from an agenda to destroy the Republic. A significant number of our countrymen have come to realize both and will quietly go about the business of removing him on November 6th.

Why do I like Romney? He isn't bho, and he has the requisite skills and experience to actually do the job at hand. Yer boy has demonstrated that he doesn't. Romney will triage the wreckage, make the hard decisions, and right the ship in his utterly unspectacular manner. But that is precisely what the Republic needs after four years of a campus radical's wet dream.

BTW, I'm a "righty" only in contrast to how far left this society has slithered.

Vis
09-30-2012, 09:24 AM
As I stated previously, it isn't about Romney. This is a referendum on yer boy. And he'll go down. He knows it. His handlers know it. Bobdole knows it.

If you handicap this race from the standpoint of matching bho's persona, Romney is as illequipped as McCain.

Persona carried clinton, and has carried yer boy to this point. clinton enjoyed an almost Eisenhower eight years in terms of events that shape a presidency. His only crises were of his own doing and he skated through them, albeit at a considerable cost in cruise missiles.

Persona is all yer boy brought to the table, aside from an agenda to destroy the Republic. A significant number of our countrymen have come to realize both and will quietly go about the business of removing him on November 6th.

Why do I like Romney? He isn't bho, and he has the requisite skills and experience to actually do the job at hand. Yer boy has demonstrated that he doesn't. Romney will triage the wreckage, make the hard decisions, and right the ship in his utterly unspectacular manner. But that is precisely what the Republic needs after four years of a campus radical's wet dream.

BTW, I'm a "righty" only in contrast to how far left this society has slithered.

You already have the hate Obama vote. That won't get it done. You need to inspire the middle with something. Good luck.

Vincent
09-30-2012, 10:12 AM
You already have the hate Obama vote. That won't get it done. You need to inspire the middle with something. Good luck.

The "middle" is inspired to save the Republic. You people should poll them.

Atlanta Dan
09-30-2012, 10:46 AM
The "middle" is inspired to save the Republic. You people should poll them.

Vincent - I know if I just cite to Nate Silver's column in the New York Times on the current fantasy that Romney is trailing in the polls due to sampling errors I will hear bu..bu..but it's The New York Times

Since President Obama gained ground in the polls after the Democrats’ convention, it has been the Republicans’ turn to make the same accusations. Some have said that the polls are “oversampling” Democrats and producing results that are biased in Mr. Obama’s favor. One Web site, unskewedpolls.com, contends that even Fox News is part of the racket in what it says is a “trend of skewed polls that oversample Democratic voters to produce results favorable for the president.”

The criticisms are largely unsound, especially when couched in terms like “oversampling,” which implies that pollsters are deliberately rigging their samples.
On the whole, it is reasonably impressive how unbiased the polls have been. In both presidential and Senate races, the bias has been less than a full percentage point over the long run, and it has run in opposite directions....

That does not mean the pollsters will necessarily get this particular election right. Years like 1980 suggest that there are sometimes errors in the polls that are much larger than can be explained through sampling error alone. The probability estimates you see attached to the FiveThirtyEight forecasts are based on how the polls have performed historically in practice, and not how well they claim to do in theory.

But if there is such an error, the historical evidence suggests that it is about equally likely to run in either direction.

http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/29/poll-averages-have-no-history-of-consistent-partisan-bias/

Instead I will link to this response from Gallup, the polling site to which you link from time to time when it supports your views, on allegations of sampling bias

The discussion of the party identification composition of poll samples comes up in every presidential election with which I've been involved. Interested observers often opine that when a given poll shows that Candidate X is ahead, it cannot be correct because there is a higher percentage of voters who identify with Candidate X’s party in the sample than there should be, based on comparison to some previous standard.

There are several reasons why this is a faulty approach to evaluating a poll's results.

http://pollingmatters.gallup.com/2012/09/the-recurring-and-misleading-focus-on.html

Vincent
09-30-2012, 11:09 AM
Vincent - I know if I just cite to Nate Silver's column in the New York Times on the current fantasy that Romney is trailing in the polls due to sampling errors I will hear bu..bu...

The only poll that matters is the one they take on November 6th. All else is "market analysis" used to separate high net worth individuals and interested entities from their cash.

Atlanta Dan
09-30-2012, 11:20 AM
The only poll that matters is the one they take on November 6th. .

We are in agreement that polls do not matter in the long run(except in selecting which teams play for the BCS championship)

:drink: