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Switch to Forum Live View It's official -- Romney is going down
6 years ago  ::  May 07, 2012 - 2:24PM #1
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To Mitt Romney: "You're going down, bro."

No less an authority than noted former professional basketball star Charles Barkley has said so.

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6 years ago  ::  May 07, 2012 - 4:02PM #2
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i have little doubt that millionaires and billionaires will happily promote Robme and vote for him.

Only the easily-deceived or D'ohbama despisers will vote for Robme as the lesser of two evils.

The deck is stacked.  D'ohbama wins again...and if it looks like he MIGHT not win, the results will simply be manipulated to make the election look "close."  (see

With goodwill to all the People(except Oathbreaking scum)-

"History records that the moneychangers have used every form of abuse, deceit, intrigue, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and it's issuance."
-- James Madison(1751-1836), Father of the Constitution for the USA, 4th US President
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6 years ago  ::  May 07, 2012 - 9:29PM #3
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Yes, Charles Barkley is a recognized political commentator --



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"NOBODY expects the Spanish Inquisition"
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6 years ago  ::  May 07, 2012 - 9:38PM #4
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ditto...LOL ! ! ! ! !

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6 years ago  ::  May 07, 2012 - 10:05PM #5
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You mean the Charles Barkley who is a former NBA star, the one who announced his intention to run for Governor of Alabama in 2014 and later decided not to throw his hat in that ring? I don't know how Americans can keep straight faces when viewing the political scene in the USA! All the jokers are wild!


"God is no captious sophister, eager to trip us up whenever we say amiss, but a courteous tutor, ready to amend what, in our weakness or our ignorance, we say ill, and to make the most of what we say aright."  from 'A Learned Discourse on Justification', a sermon by Richard Hooker (1554-1600).
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