A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

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A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby spottedspeckledtrout » Wed May 09, 2012 9:41 pm

what an arrogant SOB-quote from Barrack Hussein Obama

"when I think about those soldiers or airmen or marines or sailors who are out there fighting on my behalf"

MY BEHALF
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MY BEHALF

what a piece of crap

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby dogfan1 » Thu May 10, 2012 6:25 am

I agree!

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby Razorback » Fri May 11, 2012 12:16 pm

Man I wish there was a better candidate on the Rep side...
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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby dogfan1 » Fri May 11, 2012 12:41 pm

I wouldn't care if they ran Daffy Duck against Obama. I'd vote for Daffy

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby Windthorstfan » Fri May 11, 2012 2:58 pm

Against Obama, even a jailbird gets some votes

By LAWRENCE MESSINA, Associated Press – 2 days ago

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Just how unpopular is President Barack Obama in some parts of the country? Enough that a man in prison in Texas got 4 out of 10 votes in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary.

The inmate, Keith Judd, is serving time at the Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana, Texas, for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999. Obama received 59 percent of the vote to Judd's 41 percent.

For some West Virginia Democrats, simply running against Obama is enough to get Judd votes.

"I voted against Obama," said Ronnie Brown, a 43-year-old electrician from Cross Lanes who called himself a conservative Democrat. "I don't like him. He didn't carry the state before and I'm not going to let him carry it again."

When asked which presidential candidate he voted for, Brown said, "That guy out of Texas."

Judd got on the state ballot by paying a $2,500 fee and filing a form known as a notarized certification of announcement, said Jake Glance, a spokesman for the Secretary of State's office.

Attracting at least 15 percent of the vote would normally qualify a candidate for a delegate to the Democratic National Convention. But state Democratic Party Executive Director Derek Scarbro said no one has filed to be a delegate for Judd. The state party also believes that Judd has failed to file paperwork required of presidential candidates, but officials continue to research the matter, Scarbro said.

Voters in other conservative states showed their displeasure with Obama in Democratic primaries last March.

In Oklahoma, anti-abortion protester Randall Terry got 18 percent of the primary vote. A lawyer from Tennessee, John Wolfe, pulled nearly 18,000 votes in the Louisiana primary. In Alabama, 18 percent of Democratic voters chose "uncommitted" in the primary rather than vote for Obama.

Obama's energy policies and the Environmental Protection Agency's handling of mining-related permits have incurred the wrath of West Virginia's coal industry. With the state the nation's second-biggest producer of this fossil fuel, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and Sen. Joe Manchin —both Democrats have championed the industry — have declined to say whether they will support Obama in November. Each overcame low-profile opponents in Tuesday's primary. Manchin refused afterward to say whether he voted for Obama.

Hillary Rodham Clinton beat Obama handily in the state's 2008 primary, and he lost the state to Republican John McCain in the general election. The latest state-by-state Gallup poll, released in January, found Obama with a 32.7 percent approval rating in West Virginia. The president had a lower approval rating only in Utah, Idaho, Oklahoma and Wyoming.

"Keith Judd's performance is embarrassing for Obama and our great state," outgoing West Virginia GOP Chairman Mike Stuart said.

Presumed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney won West Virginia's GOP primary Tuesday with more than 69 percent of the vote, with 93 percent of precincts reporting. Rick Santorum followed with 12 percent, while Ron Paul had 11 percent.

Brown, the Cross Lanes electrician, did not know of Judd's background when he voted. He went to the polls before his 22-year-old daughter, Emily. She planned to vote for Judd, too, until she found out where he has been living.

"I'm not voting for somebody who's in prison," she said.

She was certain about one thing: "I just want to vote against Barack Obama."

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby punchcat » Mon May 14, 2012 9:15 pm

Daffy lives in Austin and he has been residing over Texas for the last 12 yrs. LOL

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby dogfan1 » Mon May 14, 2012 9:51 pm

I still vote for him rather than Goofy that has been in the white house since 2008

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby H.TIGFAN » Mon May 14, 2012 9:53 pm

RazorbackinRotan wrote:Man I wish there was a better candidate on the Rep side...



I agree, all of Romney's opponets have dropped out. Only half of Americans have voted. That means half of the Americans have had their decision made for them. Why can't all 50 states vote in Republican and Democratic primmaries on one day ? Why does Iowa have that much say so on who will be president ?

I personally can't stand Romney. He has no idea what an average American goes through, but I'm an conservative. So see the problem I have.

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Re: A Piece of Dog Doo-Doo

Postby dogfan1 » Tue May 15, 2012 6:30 am

To me it is the lessaer of 2 evils. I don't like Romney but I can't take another 4 years of the present POTUS


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