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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Wed Jan 25, 2012 9:14 pm

Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 12:31 am

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Obama is da man!

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 4:05 pm

Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 5:10 pm

RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 6:19 pm

Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 6:34 pm

RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 6:40 pm

Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.

No, I'm saying you should figure out what our government is for. Supposed to be helping the entire U.S., not the upper one percent as it has been as of late. And of course, if you must know, that upper one percent is trying to run our government. *cough cough* Newt Gingrich being backed by an extremely wealthy casino owner who wants to basically start World War 3 by moving the United States Embasy in Israel. *cough cough* Mitt Romney paying about 15 percent taxes while the rest of us pay about 30 percent. I'm trying to say, look around, your side of the government isn't looking any better than what we have now. In fact, quite frankly, it's looking worse.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 11:51 pm

RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.

No, I'm saying you should figure out what our government is for. Supposed to be helping the entire U.S., not the upper one percent as it has been as of late. And of course, if you must know, that upper one percent is trying to run our government. *cough cough* Newt Gingrich being backed by an extremely wealthy casino owner who wants to basically start World War 3 by moving the United States Embasy in Israel. *cough cough* Mitt Romney paying about 15 percent taxes while the rest of us pay about 30 percent. I'm trying to say, look around, your side of the government isn't looking any better than what we have now. In fact, quite frankly, it's looking worse.
what i'd like to point out is that Romney's 15% tax rate is a capital gains tax.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/mitt-romney-not-only-15-percenter-john-kerry-002350310.html
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/17/romney-says-his-effective-tax-rate-is-15/
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/01/romney-reveals-his-tax-rate-is-probably-closer-to-15-percent/
http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/01/mitt-romney-acknowledges-low-tax-rate.html

the only article that i read that didn't mention the capital gains thing, was an article by a tampa bay news reporter, and it sounded really biased.

if you had the opportunity to pay half the taxes that you do, wouldn't you jump on it?
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Thu Jan 26, 2012 11:54 pm

Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.
not really. if he was communist, he'd be supporting the decision to raise taxes for the rich, which is a lot like communism. instead, in a previous convo, riffrad said he wanted a flat tax, a tax rate everyone pays. which isn't communism, its fair capitalism.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:05 pm

SuperByNature wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.
not really. if he was communist, he'd be supporting the decision to raise taxes for the rich, which is a lot like communism. instead, in a previous convo, riffrad said he wanted a flat tax, a tax rate everyone pays. which isn't communism, its fair capitalism.

Thank you. See, Jarret, the point is not whether I'd take it, the point is that this man is running to be President of the United States of America. The fact that he would take that over paying a flat tax shows that he's willing to support himself and not America in the way he's supposed to be. If he isn't willing to take a hit on his taxes for the U.S., who's to say he is going to give his 100% as President?
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Fri Jan 27, 2012 4:32 pm

RifRad wrote:
SuperByNature wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.
not really. if he was communist, he'd be supporting the decision to raise taxes for the rich, which is a lot like communism. instead, in a previous convo, riffrad said he wanted a flat tax, a tax rate everyone pays. which isn't communism, its fair capitalism.

Thank you. See, Jarret, the point is not whether I'd take it, the point is that this man is running to be President of the United States of America. The fact that he would take that over paying a flat tax shows that he's willing to support himself and not America in the way he's supposed to be. If he isn't willing to take a hit on his taxes for the U.S., who's to say he is going to give his 100% as President?
well, here's the way i see it, its situational. as an investor, its smart to pay th lowest you can. who's to say, when thrust into the presidency, that he wouldn't give it his all?
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Fri Jan 27, 2012 4:40 pm

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Fri Jan 27, 2012 4:51 pm

SuperByNature wrote:
RifRad wrote:
SuperByNature wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.
not really. if he was communist, he'd be supporting the decision to raise taxes for the rich, which is a lot like communism. instead, in a previous convo, riffrad said he wanted a flat tax, a tax rate everyone pays. which isn't communism, its fair capitalism.

Thank you. See, Jarret, the point is not whether I'd take it, the point is that this man is running to be President of the United States of America. The fact that he would take that over paying a flat tax shows that he's willing to support himself and not America in the way he's supposed to be. If he isn't willing to take a hit on his taxes for the U.S., who's to say he is going to give his 100% as President?
well, here's the way i see it, its situational. as an investor, its smart to pay th lowest you can. who's to say, when thrust into the presidency, that he wouldn't give it his all?

Nobody can. He could have done all sorts of wonderful things towards the U.S., he could have fought in a war, he could have helped build houses for the poor, he could have shot his own dick off to make sure that the U.S. survived some sort of terrible war, and yet, because he wasn't willing to pay a flat tax, that could mean he is just doing all of that for money and his benefit. Now, on the other side, he could have done some of the worst things imaginable. He could have used that money that he saved by paying 15% tax to kill babies, he could have had tea with Osama Bin Laden, he could have put money towards a Neo-nazi party for shits and giggles, and yet, because some random American soldier told him that he would vote for him, he might still put his all into running this country for everyones benefit. Now, which sounds like it might actually happen, hm?

Neither of us can say what Mitt Romney may or may not do, but the fact that he would make sure that he's paying 15% tax, even if it's "situational" can be something to think about. Once he gets to office, he might try hard to work it so that everyone has to start making up for that 15% he and the rest of the 1% don't pay. Now, situational: if you had the choice in which you could choose to pay a fair flat tax out of your salary for the benefit of the United States or pay less than everyone else for your own benefit, which would you take? Be careful, people might judge whether you actually hope for the good of the United States.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Fri Jan 27, 2012 4:53 pm

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Beautiful Nova. Now, go work on your spelling and overall RPing. God knows you need it.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:54 pm

RifRad wrote:
SuperByNature wrote:
RifRad wrote:
SuperByNature wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
RifRad wrote:
Jarrett wrote:
Well, you're either "right" or you're "wrong."

Clever, clever. I'm not sure whether you're being sarcastic or completely stupid.
What I'm being is completely serious.

*Sigh* Of course you were. This is quite pointless. It's dissappointing that people think that way. I'm not saying that people should be left, I'm not saying people shouldn't be right. I'm trying to say that people should try and open their heads a bit and notice other people's ideas.
What you're saying is that everybody should be in the very top left so that all bow to RiffRad. A communist is what you are.
not really. if he was communist, he'd be supporting the decision to raise taxes for the rich, which is a lot like communism. instead, in a previous convo, riffrad said he wanted a flat tax, a tax rate everyone pays. which isn't communism, its fair capitalism.

Thank you. See, Jarret, the point is not whether I'd take it, the point is that this man is running to be President of the United States of America. The fact that he would take that over paying a flat tax shows that he's willing to support himself and not America in the way he's supposed to be. If he isn't willing to take a hit on his taxes for the U.S., who's to say he is going to give his 100% as President?
well, here's the way i see it, its situational. as an investor, its smart to pay th lowest you can. who's to say, when thrust into the presidency, that he wouldn't give it his all?

Nobody can. He could have done all sorts of wonderful things towards the U.S., he could have fought in a war, he could have helped build houses for the poor, he could have shot his own dick off to make sure that the U.S. survived some sort of terrible war, and yet, because he wasn't willing to pay a flat tax, that could mean he is just doing all of that for money and his benefit. Now, on the other side, he could have done some of the worst things imaginable. He could have used that money that he saved by paying 15% tax to kill babies, he could have had tea with Osama Bin Laden, he could have put money towards a Neo-nazi party for shits and giggles, and yet, because some random American soldier told him that he would vote for him, he might still put his all into running this country for everyones benefit. Now, which sounds like it might actually happen, hm?

Neither of us can say what Mitt Romney may or may not do, but the fact that he would make sure that he's paying 15% tax, even if it's "situational" can be something to think about. Once he gets to office, he might try hard to work it so that everyone has to start making up for that 15% he and the rest of the 1% don't pay. Now, situational: if you had the choice in which you could choose to pay a fair flat tax out of your salary for the benefit of the United States or pay less than everyone else for your own benefit, which would you take? Be careful, people might judge whether you actually hope for the good of the United States.
well, here's the thing. he isn't paying less than everyone else. he pays the rate that is given to investments. if you were successful enough in investments, i feel you have the right to pay what your government tells you that you have to pay. if anything, i see it as a problem in the government then a problem with Romney.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Sat Jan 28, 2012 2:19 am

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Beautiful Nova. Now, go work on your spelling and overall RPing. God knows you need it.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:04 am

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Beautiful Nova. Now, go work on your spelling and overall RPing. God knows you need it.

Nova runs in, looking to scrap - DISCUS BOOT TO THE FACE FROM RIFF RAPIST~!! Oh, God, Nova's out! HE'S OUT!! Nova is dead on the floor as Riff poses.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Mon Jan 30, 2012 10:07 pm

Gingrich's surging in the polls looks to be temporary. Romney is ahead of him significantly in Florida according to four polls put out yesterday. The primary is tomorrow.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:34 pm

This just in: Romney wins Florida!


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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:30 pm

Post-Florida update:


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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Sun Feb 05, 2012 11:21 pm

I have been without a computer and will be until the end of the week, so I can be on but not as often.

Romney won his third state yesterday, taking Nevada.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:02 pm

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I have been without a computer and will be until the end of the week, so I can be on but not as often.

Romney won his third state yesterday, taking Nevada.
Scratch that first statement.

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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:02 pm

jarrett sweating it out over politics.
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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:03 am

Rick Santorum has won Missouri, as Colorado and Minnesota are currently too close to call.


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PostSubject: Re: US: The Republican Race for the Presidency   Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:08 pm

In a surprise, Santorum took all three states that were on the line yesterday, with Romney placing second in each. However, these states, which include Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado were not for delegates, so Santorum did not really earn anything but momentum.



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