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  • FIGHTERPILOT FIGHTERPILOT Jun 18, 2012 7:47 AM Flag

    How did they vote ??

     

    In France: Kick the can down the road

    In Greece: Kick the can down the road

    How did they already vote in Italy ? : Kick the can down the road


    How will they vote in the USA ?? : Kick the can down the road


    Take this to the bank !!!

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    • tinmanken@ymail.com tinmanken Jun 18, 2012 5:01 PM Flag

      Agreed, I do not take the same stance as some, I believe stem cell holds the answer to some disorder/disease. I do not believe taxpayer monies should support the research. The drug companies stand to make the profit once a product hits the market....let them fund the research.

    • You have to consider who supports stem cell research and won't get religious and unreasonable on us-besides the cures, we need a whole new industry to create jobs-biotech is a path to jump start the economy.

    • BUSH!

    • tinmanken@ymail.com tinmanken Jun 18, 2012 4:29 PM Flag

      every one seems to forget with the whole blame bush thing, Dems have been in contreol since....yep 06, in2010 they lost the Super Majority but remained in control. Blame who again?

    • tinmanken@ymail.com tinmanken Jun 18, 2012 4:17 PM Flag

      google? bahahahahaha now we know where you get your information.

    • tinmanken@ymail.com tinmanken Jun 18, 2012 4:16 PM Flag

      I guess you do not since you believed I was talking to you. Thanks for the compliment!

    • What? Fannie and Freddie loaned money to the rif raf of the world without knowing even if they could pay it back,, who are you kidding,,
      And Obama is stepping way out of bounds as even noted by the left in over turning laws on his own,, who the hell does he think he is, a king or something,, his days are numbered,,
      C

    • <<the problem with Americans is everyone is a victim. try to remember bush policy were supported by a democrat congress.>>

      Try and remember that Bush/Cheney/Powell lied and conjoled the congress into the Iraq war. Its funny how you have so conveniently forgotten the weapons of mass destruction lies, especially Bush's state of the union speech where he claimed Iraq was buying yellow cake(urainium) from Africa.

      <<if you are happy with the current the current state of the economy vote for the president,if you are not vote for Romney.>>

      So if you're not happy with an economy that was broken by the repubs, then vote in another right-winger repub who will make it worse! Oh yeah, that makes a lot of sense, for the one percenters, that is.

      <<when Clinton repealed glass/segal the wheels were set in motion for economy disaster. fanny Freddy were created base on this action.>>

      Glass-Steagal was already dead when Clinton signed off on abolishing it, but it was when GW came into office that all hell broke loose and investment banks on WS took over and destroyed the housing market, not only in this country but across the entire world economy. Fanny May & Freddie Mac had nothing to do with the housing collapse, only ignoramouses would state otherwise, like GW did a year ago.

    • Obama hopes he can win on illegal votes and the race card nice...

    • JMHO FP

      I have worked with local groups that encourage people, to register, and vote. Everyone wants to whine. Far fewer will register, and vote.

      I don't know about the other nations. But the U.S. seems to be where it is, due to LAZY SLOB citizens. That will not get out, and vote. They find it easier to stay home then whine.

      PS Thanks for letting me vent.

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