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Who Wants Obama to Win?
#41
andrewjs18;31951 Wrote:
BobFromBucks;31926 Wrote:You can find plenty without my help. Respectfully, answer the question or stay out of the discussion. Thank you.

this is a discussion forum. if you don't want people replying to your threads, don't create them.

I was curious to see the links for people you're accusing of making 'veiled statements' supporting Obama. I'm not sure if I seen any at all on this forum. of course I could of missed them which is why I asked for links.

IMO, this is a wholly inappropriate post for an admin, you should not even be getting involved in these discussions.

You should either resign your position, or stay above the fray.

Seriously.

JustinHEMI;31980 Wrote:
andrewjs18;31951 Wrote:this is a discussion forum. if you don't want people replying to your threads, don't create them.

I was curious to see the links for people you're accusing of making 'veiled statements' supporting Obama. I'm not sure if I seen any at all on this forum. of course I could of missed them which is why I asked for links.

It just means he can't.


I won't be voting for Obama, but Bill Maher made some good points about the BS we didn't have to deal with under Obama, that we'll get under Romney.

"When you elect Mitt, you're not just electing him. You're electing every right-wing nut he's pandered to in the last ten years. If the "Mitt-mobile" does roll into Washington, it'll be towing behind it the whole anti-intellectual, anti-science freak show: the abstinence obsessives, the flat-earthers, home-schoolers, the holy warriors, the anti-women, social Neanderthals, the closeted homosexuals, and every end-timer who sees the Virgin Mary in the grass over the septic tank.

Now, I understand having issues with Obama. But, stop to think of all the crap we haven't had to deal with in the last four years. Anybody remember Terri Schiavo? Obama isn't perfect, but he never turned the entire federal government into a Jesus-freak episode of 'House.'

And he doesn't have an attorney general like John Ashcroft, who once covered up a statue at the Justice Department because it was showing too much tit. Like it was Janet Jackson.

I'm just saying, last four years, no crises about boobies. No controversies about whether stem cells are actually tiny people. No Defense of Marriage Act. No Office of Faith-Based Initiatives. No peddling creationism at the national parks.

Did you know that before Obama got in, the Smithsonian couldn't mention global warming as a possible reason the glaciers were shrinking, because heat melting ice was just a theory?

Yes, that was our daily diet of turd under the last "sensible, business-minded Republican moderate.""



I'm staying the course and not playing the two party game anymore, despite the fear of the SCOTUS appointments from another thread. If I vote for Obama, I support all the BS economic policies that I don't like, I support wars that I don't like, and I support "green energy" and other BS energy policies that I don't like.

If I vote Romney, I support all of that right wing anti-gay, anti-women, anti-science, etc party platform BS that I don't like, I support wars that I don't like, I support an unnecessary increase in military spending and I support BS economic policies that I don't like.

I have to vote for a candidate that is the best of both worlds. Not sure why I let myself get side tracked on that to begin with.

Justin

This post is a total fail.

Obama is a marxist, for that reason alone, every freedom loving American should vote to oust his ass.

JustinHEMI;32067 Wrote:
jshwak;32063 Wrote:Wonder if I'm one of these mysterious "veiled" Obama supporters ???


.... news to me


~Romney 2012

Well, it seem some here like to think people are Obama supporters, or liberals, if they bring facts that refute outright lies posted against Obama.

That doesn't make me an Obama supporter, it makes me someone that favors truth, even if it hurts.

Justin

If you are voting for Obama, Johnson or Paul....you ARE an Obama supporter.

Period.
#42
Deal_me_in;32113 Wrote:
JustinHEMI;32083 Wrote:Well in defense of the OP, he said "veiled," in that the person wouldn't be "openly" supporting Obama. Probably because of some "fear" of admonishment from the readership here.

This was/is the OP's attempt to "call them out."

Justin

Fair enough, but I haven't seen any "veiled" support either. The attempt to call them out seems to have failed.

Look in the mirror if you want to see an Obama supporter on this site.

Then look at Excel2Excel, Andrews18, and all the other people voting for obscure 3rd party candidates with ZERO chance of carrying even a single state.

Obama supporters: All of you.

IronSight;32240 Wrote:To be fair I deleted the post, but I flat-out will vote for Obama before I vote for the backstabbing doublespeaker (a.k.a. liar) Romney.

Obama is a liar of enormous proportions.

And a marxist.
#43
IronSight;32240 Wrote:Obama needs a cooperative congress to get gun control through, he won't have one.

Out of curiosity, what makes you think that we won't have a Democratically controlled House and Senate?

Projections see no change to either (but anything IS possible), so there will still be that 'block' you're talking about if Romney wins and the Senate stays Democrat.

Personally, with the approval ratings of congress as a whole in the toilet and even people who call themselves conservative charging the Tea Party and conservatives as a whole as being filled with racists, homophobes, and religious zealouts and willing to vote for democrats to make a point, I don't see a Democrat tri-fecta as out of line.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
#44
I think EVERY incumbent should be voted out on election day.

Every single one of them.
#45
Valorius;32248 Wrote:I think EVERY incumbent should be voted out on election day.

Every single one of them.

I get your point but remember...Nancy Pelosi is the result of someone else being voted out Wink
Vampire pig man since September 2012
#46
She is the result of being re-elected countless times.

There needs to be 2 term limits for every member of congress.
#47
Valorius;32253 Wrote:There needs to be 2 term limits for every member of congress.

On this, I cannot agree more. And I do not like any 'for life' positions either, as we have with SCOTUS.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
#48
I hear of the concerns of those that will follow Romney into Washington and I wonder if you have noticed who has followed Obomba into Washington?
And that would be those whose names we see on a daily basis such as Holder but does not bring to attention those like Soros that have their fingers in it.

There are the concerns about Romney and the 2A.
He stated the laws he signed in up in Mass. were laid on his desk by their Senate/Reps.
Same thing with their Gov. Health Care.
Are these his true feelings or are they a combination of their legislative branch and their liberal media?

There is talk of Romney back pedaling on issues.
Is it possible the registered GOP have expressed their desires to not have areas such as 2A and health care touched and he will honor that for their sakes?
Have you personally ever conceded in an area when dealing with someone (spouse, neighbor, sibling, parent, co-worker) so as to keep peace and honor how they may feel or think?

Some topics are "No Touch" topics and Romney seems to be honoring these.
And we want him to honor these, yet when he does, he is back pedaling?
Am I reading that correctly from some?

We all feel the dangers that go with placing Obomba into office for another four years and fearing how socialistic our government could make this nation since there would not be the threat of having him have to pander to get re-elected.

Plus, if you want to help insure 2A rights, don't look only at the President's postion but also at the Senate and House members.
Tom Smith is running against Bob Casey and that would be huge for Tom Smith to get in.
You have seen by Casey's voting record if you ever wanted to perform a hemocult test on Obomba all you would have to do is take a sample from Casey's nose.

How about voting Romney and if he doesn't work out, vote him out?
I believe that is how the system works.
But, there are those in higher places that believe that may change if Obomba gets another four.
After all, he is arming somebody to the hilt with the gov's ammunition purchases for some reason.

Just some thoughts ...

God bless!!

PPP
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#49
Internet troll;32121 Wrote:
BobFromBucks;31885 Wrote:I find myself wondering why you're even posting here on a forum promoting The Second Amendment unless you are just trolling.

Can't answer your questions as I am reluctantly voting for Romney, but think it is unfair painting anyone who is a liberal or voting for Obama for whatever reason is a troll and should not be on this forum. I know a few liberals who are pro gun but don't make it their only/primary issue. Kind of a broad brush.

You quoted me correctly. I didn't say liberals or someone voting for Obama and on this forum is a troll. Not at all.

The question was pretty simple (I thought) and was focused on why you want Obama re-elected. The same question could apply to anyone who is voting for him but I was curious as to why a pro 2A person is voting for him. I assume they have a good reason(s) and wondered what they would say. There is no intent to denigrate them for their vote.

Perhaps I'm wrong and nobody on this forum is voting for him. That seems statistically impossible. However, it might also mean you just don't want to discuss your reasons and that is perfectly fine.
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#50
This is a steaming pile of dog shit and logic fail...admin have opinions too.
Enjoy voting voting for a gun banner.

Look I can be an equally provocative person
Anyone voting for romney is a closet member of the Brady campaign
And is voting for sending jobs to China.

How about we vote for the guy what wants to remove the ban in machine guns and is truly for free markets. Ehhh no well vote for the pos romney


Valorius;32243 Wrote:
andrewjs18;31951 Wrote:this is a discussion forum. if you don't want people replying to your threads, don't create them.

I was curious to see the links for people you're accusing of making 'veiled statements' supporting Obama. I'm not sure if I seen any at all on this forum. of course I could of missed them which is why I asked for links.

IMO, this is a wholly inappropriate post for an admin, you should not even be getting involved in these discussions.

You should either resign your position, or stay above the fray.

Seriously.

JustinHEMI;31980 Wrote:It just means he can't.


I won't be voting for Obama, but Bill Maher made some good points about the BS we didn't have to deal with under Obama, that we'll get under Romney.

"When you elect Mitt, you're not just electing him. You're electing every right-wing nut he's pandered to in the last ten years. If the "Mitt-mobile" does roll into Washington, it'll be towing behind it the whole anti-intellectual, anti-science freak show: the abstinence obsessives, the flat-earthers, home-schoolers, the holy warriors, the anti-women, social Neanderthals, t

he closeted homosexuals, and every end-timer who sees the Virgin Mary in the grass over the septic tank.

Now, I understand having issues with Obama. But, stop to think of all the crap we haven't had to deal with in the last four years. Anybody remember Terri Schiavo? Obama isn't perfect, but he never turned the entire federal government into a Jesus-freak episode of 'House.'

And he doesn't have an attorney general like John Ashcroft, who once covered up a statue at the Justice Department because it was showing too much tit. Like it was Janet Jackson.

I'm just saying, last four years, no crises about boobies. No controversies about whether stem cells are actually tiny people. No Defense of Marriage Act. No Office of Faith-Based Initiatives. No peddling creationism at the national parks.

Did you know that before Obama got in, the Smithsonian couldn't mention global warming as a possible reason the glaciers were shrinking, because heat melting ice was just a theory?

Yes, that was our daily diet of turd under the last "sensible, business-minded Republican moderate.""



I'm staying the course and not playing the two party game anymore, despite the fear of the SCOTUS appointments from another thread. If I vote for Obama, I support all the BS economic policies that I don't like, I support wars that I don't like, and I support "green energy" and other BS energy policies that I don't like.

If I vote Romney, I support all of that right wing anti-gay, anti-women, anti-science, etc party platform BS that I don't like, I support wars that I don't like, I support an unnecessary increase in military spending and I support BS economic policies that I don't like.

I have to vote for a candidate that is the best of both worlds. Not sure why I let myself get side tracked on that to begin with.

Justin

This post is a total fail.

Obama is a marxist, for that reason alone, every freedom loving American should vote to oust his ass.

JustinHEMI;32067 Wrote:Well, it seem some here like to think people are Obama supporters, or liberals, if they bring facts that refute outright lies posted against Obama.

That doesn't make me an Obama supporter, it makes me someone that favors truth, even if it hurts.

Justin

If you are voting for Obama, Johnson or Paul....you ARE an Obama supporter.

Period.

I'm curious why a progun person would vote for an antigun libtard called romney just because he has an ® after his name.

BobFromBucks;32287 Wrote:
Internet troll;32121 Wrote:Can't answer your questions as I am reluctantly voting for Romney, but think it is unfair painting anyone who is a liberal or voting for Obama for whatever reason is a troll and should not be on this forum. I know a few liberals who are pro gun but don't make it their only/primary issue. Kind of a broad brush.

You quoted me correctly. I didn't say liberals or someone voting for Obama and on this forum is a troll. Not at all.

The question was pretty simple (I thought) and was focused on why you want Obama re-elected. The same question could apply to anyone who is voting for him but I was curious as to why a pro 2A person is voting for him. I assume they have a good reason(s) and wondered what they would say. There is no intent to denigrate them for their vote.

Perhaps I'm wrong and nobody on this forum is voting for him. That seems statistically impossible. However, it might also mean you just don't want to discuss your reasons and that is perfectly fine.






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