Teabags, Binders, 47% & Lies About GM Plant Closing

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Teabags, Binders, 47% & Lies About GM Plant Closing

Postby anchorsaweigh » Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:46 pm

Tommy has become Teabag Tommy either by his own choosing or that of his handlers. Though he was somewhat good for Wisconsin when he was governor (except for things like setting the state up with a couple billion $$ structural deficit), he seems to have lost his way after spending time in Washington. BTW, has anyone figured out where his "Gulf of Hormuth" is??

Mitt, with his binders full of women and truthful (for him) comment writing off 47% of U.S. Americans and Paul starting off with his lie about President Obama being responsible for the GM plant in Janesville closing are only the tip of the iceburg of reasons they are not worthy of the great offices of President and Vice President of these United States of America. Mitt should just go back to his favorite pastime of thinking about his money, since he doesn't have to earn any more money because he and his family (and several other families) can live off just the earnings of his investments. And, with 14 years in the House, Paul should find something else to do and let someone else serve the 1st District with some new ideas and fresh leadership.

More generally, why should we in Wisconsin care what Grover Norquist and Karl Rove have to say about anything? Interesting reading: Shadow Elite.

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Re: Teabags, Binders, 47% & Lies About GM Plant Closing

Postby Shorty » Sun Nov 04, 2012 7:41 pm

Good points, new comer.

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Re: Teabags, Binders, 47% & Lies About GM Plant Closing

Postby Roy » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:08 pm

So Romney had binders of women while Obama had binders of Muslims.

In a bid to get more Muslim Americans working in the Obama administration, a book with resumes of 45 of the nation’s most qualified — Ivy League grads, Fortune 500 executives and public servants, all carefully vetted — has been submitted to the White House.

Honestly I see no problem with either one.

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