“I will be watching fully for a turn around of the House. It'll help a sure fire Obama in the remaining four years. That's real people out there struggling against an evaporative dollar. They pay you less money and go up on their prices. Double strength corporate marketing.”
“You won't sway republicans unless it's profitable. I watch the democrats try it and mama-donor doesn't approve. They stand rigid. Hopefully, the electorate gives them a message. If a company tells you that you need to vote a certain way, then go in the ballot box with your own mind thinking of the welfare of the ground you stand on and vote a true conscience, not one bought.”
Rags2Rags on Oct 25, 2011 at 11:32:48
“OK, well you make a good point but you only point your finger in one direction. The left receives corporate and union dollars and votes according to those dollars as much as the right does...Actually more so than the right...Check out the following link...
“You've got the point there that money holds the conscience. America didn't know it was going to be so out of work, so unable to pay our new inflated prices to prop up sagging sales and other corporate hold-ons. Let the little man die, let the money stand. One H-- (heck) of a conscience for providing domestic tranquility. Or does that matter anymore? Nope, the dollar stands and every one of them coming to me, no matter how many I got. People are on the streets, look out the window.”
George Costanza on Oct 25, 2011 at 11:13:30
“I must not understand, because your reply seems to suggest that the banks should forgive a percentage of debt out of "conscience", in order to make everyone feel better.
My point is, if you have money in those banks, you might not feel the same way, because it is your money they loaned out that they are now not getting back. Where does that leave the depositer?
“Big names defeated?...Let's all hope for that one. I've never seen such a corporate stance in politicians, especially the trepublicans. They're sold out and don't care that people see it. Their comments say "I'm corporate minded so what can you do about it?" Problem is a lot of people don't watch it, therefore the corporates just seem to continue to get corporate based spines and people think it's just a conservative stance. Sorry, better wake up. The word corporate-stitution seems more real.”
“You're in a so-called nest egg confidence. Believe me your problems of solvency will be ongoing and unless change happens you might not have that. Corporate wants full control of the government and money. Or so it appears. Let's watch.”
“My neighbor Lindsey Graham just gotta get in the national spotlight every now and then. Usually about the shortcomings of Obama. Doesn't want to get out of republican favor, though. Kind of like , stradling the fence.”
“I think Mitt Romney is a carbon copy of the rubber stamp system of Bush. Just got that feeling. Also "corporations are people" too is a joke. A corporation is a money box with a few hands in the top pot and trivial shavings falling out of the cracks underneath. No republican votes. Do yourself a favor.”