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The Vent: Sept. 5

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Posted: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 7:59 am

“Who is Russell Pearce to blame for Tuesday’s loss? How about lying people like Randy Parraz, Jerry Lewis ... and the Rino he ran against, to name a few! These people encourage Sheeple to get on the bandwagon with these predicted results. I am very surprised the Mormons would turn into Sheeple and vote against Pearce and with Parraz. I always thought you were independent voters; boy was I wrong, big time!”

“Am I better off than four years ago? ‘YES’ by far and I do not want to go back to the 20th century and the GOP. If you watched the GOP convention last week that’s just where we will end up back in Bush days and I for one do not want to go back there. Them days were not good at all.”

“Are you better off after four years of Obama? Go dig up your 401(k) statements from late in 2008 and compare them to now. That should tell you a little bit.”

“It is hard to believe Mr. Ryan can’t remember his marathon times. If you lie about that event, what else will you lie about? He was named the brown noser of his class in high school. He now brown noses himself. Sad if this is our best VP candidate.”

“In 2010 the U.S exported 1.3 million gallons of fuel per day. In 2011 the U.S. exported 117 million gallons of fuel per day. The oil companies receive 24 billion dollars a year in corporate welfare. We the American people need to join the corporate welfare bandwagon for the oil companies by the U.S. Government.”

“While Paul Ryan may have been in Washington D.C. for 14 years, he brings forth new and challenging solutions to decades of pushing the legislation can down the road without any thought of resolving the dilemmas of Social Security, Medicare and budget deficits. Yet from the ‘insightful left’ we only get weird thoughts from an old tired ‘Bungling Biden’ or the everlasting futuristic ‘No Hope’ or ‘No Change’ of Obama.”

“I decided to surf the channels between political conventions. It is laughable, but appropriate, that an episode of ‘Roseanne’ is followed by a show called ‘Just Shoot Me!’”

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