Obama may have voted for Romney yesterday.
Nobody knows for sure. Even him.
He cast his vote on a 100 percent unverifiable touchscreen e-voting system made by Sequoia
Voting Systems (which is now owned by Canadians). It is scientifically impossible to ever know
if his vote was recorded accurately as per his intent or not, on that type of voting system.
"I can't tell you who I voted for," the President joked, thinking this is funny.
The President's joke may not have been nearly as funny as he had intended.
We confirmed with the Chicago Board of Elections that early voters in the Windy City must do so
on the oft-failed, incredibly-vulnerable, and easily-hacked (see below for details) Sequoia AVC Edge
touchscreen voting system which is still used, says VerifiedVoting.org, for early, disabled-accessible
or standard polling-place voting in some 234 jurisdictions across all or part of some 13 states.
They say the two parties will each spend a billion dollars on this election.
Or did the GOP spend a few million more and buy Sequoia?
You know, because a real world-class leader would go have birfday cake with Grandpa Walnuts, just like Chimpy did during Katrina, eh E2?
Nice cheap shot though. Did you score points with your fellow mouth-breathers for mocking a dead american hero, you child-molesting goat-f***er.
Wingnuts, led as usual by Fox News, are flogging a brand new alternate history of the Sept. 11 attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in which Barack Obama knew exactly what was going on, refused to launch a rescue mission, ordered the CIA to "stand down," and maybe shot Ambassador Chris Stevens to death himself. Appearing on Fox News, retired Army officers David Hunt and Anthony Shaffer told Fox's Jeanine Pirro that two drones were providing a "live feed" of the attack and said that his sources tell him that the President "was one of those in the White House Situation Room in real time watching this" and that he could have approved military action to save the embattled ambassador, but chose not to. And the example proving that a rescue could have worked? Ronald Reagan's successful 1983 Grenada operation, in which Reagan used a military invasion of a Caribbean island to rescue the news cycle from coverage of the deadly bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut. READ MORE »
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) seems to be painfully ignorant of the current state of the industry.
Blackburn: Oh, well, I don't know. I haven't talked with with the campaign staff about that. I will say this. For workers in the auto industry, across the board, whether it is GM, whether it's Nissan, whether it's American Motors, individuals are very concerned about the impact of regulation that the EPA and OSHA and other federal agencies are heaping on our manufacturers.
American Motors hasn't existed since 1988. And Nissan is Japanese. Is she suggesting we should cater to Japanese companies?
As for Blackburn's claims that regulations are hurting the industry — if that's the case, why do American automakers continue to post their best sales in 4 to 6 years? Why are they experiencing their best sales since before the 2008 financial crisis?
Chrysler, which purchased American Motors in 1988, announced today that it increased its third quarter profits by 80 percent compared to this time last year.
I apologize for reminding you that people who have no idea what they're talking about, such as Marsha Blackburn, are in charge of making policy decisions in this country.
Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor and brother of greatest US American president in the history of the world, George W. "W." Bush, thinks one certain current US American president Barack Q. Nobummer is a childish 10-year-old child — a "boy," if you will — who uses barnyard words like "bullshitter" and thus has demeaned the presidency forever so why would you even tell your kids they could be president someday anymore, what do you want them to do, grow up to be black?!
[I]n an interview with Rolling Stone, Obama used a barnyard epithet to refer to Romney. "You know, kids have good instincts," Obama said. "They look at the other guy and say, 'Well, that's a bull***tter, I can tell.'"
Asked if the president's personal attacks demean the office of the presidency, [Jeb] Bush replied: "It does, but here's the sad reality: We have a temporary time in American history where our culture has been coarsened, where people's expectations are low. We're living in a different time.