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NopeNotGonnaDOIt 6 kids; Cuba 3000 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting Jan.2013Momma:" I don
SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting DeanJade&Maksims Momma:</b>" So this means he scammed the goverment into letting him become one the most powerful men in the world??? ... [snip!] ... dressed him, so if that was running the country for 8 years, I can imagine the shit that happened we don't know about hahahha"</blockquote>




I don't believe any of this crap about Obama either. I'm a huge Obama supporter, but Bill Clinton was actually a very good president. Look at his record while in office. His personal life while in office? Certainly not stellar.

......... nowhere, NW, United States 25972 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" She mentioned the bible at ONE point, saying that Obama has disrespected it... which he has, on many ... [snip!] ... which he has, on many occasions... She didn't use it to validate any of her points. And that's coming from a non-Christian. "


I haven't seen him doing that...and if he did, so what?
It's a book.



She's clearly a birther and I think that's just ridiculous.

......... nowhere, NW, United States 25972 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" Die-hard birthers are funny... but her post didn't read like that to me at all... Maybe it was just ... [snip!] ... religious beliefs, that you don't need to be in office. Because this country is not all one religion. Just my opinion though. "


The birth certificate was the first thing she mentioned...



I wish we had an atheist president honestly...

......... nowhere, NW, United States 25972 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" Oh MAN that would be awesome... SO MUCH stuff that hasn't been made legal that SHOULD be legal would ... [snip!] ... would be taken care of... Like gay marriage, legalized pot... maybe legal prostitution. We need a non-religious president. "


Yup...lol



I'm voting for Johnson. I know he won't win, but he is for those things :)
It would def be nice to have the 3rd party involved in all matters of the election.

......... nowhere, NW, United States 25972 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" Same. :D Johnson is honestly the best candidate this election IMO. I don't vote for the lesser of the ... [snip!] ... as it'd be though, I doubt he'll get it... too many people in the dark about him. He should have been allowed in the debates!"



Yeah, I told my husband about him and he was like HUH? Who?
It's messed up.

EnnaBennaBanana 2 kids; Maryland 6168 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting DifferentDay:" Eh I don't care for him n the fact he was refusing for so long to show the bc just made it worse. Idk ... [snip!] ... spends more time on talk shows laughing n cracking jokes than others. His wife's spending sprees, etc hope they're booted out."


I agree with this.

SpaceCowgirl Due December 21; 3 kids; Oregon 20240 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" Same. :D Johnson is honestly the best candidate this election IMO. I don't vote for the lesser of the ... [snip!] ... as it'd be though, I doubt he'll get it... too many people in the dark about him. He should have been allowed in the debates!"


As long as corporate fat cats are running our elections, we'll continue to get the candidates they tell us to vote for.



I think republicans are a dying breed. The younger generation is socially liberal and we're going to be forced into fiscal responsibility since our parents and grandparents screwed us over so badly.

SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ★Bαtgirl:</b>" His personal life shouldn't have mattered. JFK and Marilyn Monroe probably had a sordid affair while ... [snip!] ... him no less of a great former president. What the president does with his dick has nothing to do with how he runs this country."</blockquote>




I'm pretty sure that's what I was saying. I responded to a poster who said bill Clinton was a mess in office, and he wasn't. He was a very effective president, to be honest, if given the option I would elect him for a third term!

Emmy's Mom 1 child; Indiana 1831 posts
3rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting SpaceCowgirl:</b>" As long as corporate fat cats are running our elections, we'll continue to get the candidates they tell ... [snip!] ... liberal and we're going to be forced into fiscal responsibility since our parents and grandparents screwed us over so badly."</blockquote>




I agree with you on the republican issue. The party as a whole is starting to sound like the grandpa you love dearly but are afraid to take out in public because he's constantly insulting everyone with his viewpoints. I'm talking more from human rights stance than economic though.

mamaluvsher4babies 36 kids; California 4230 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting MommaSav2:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ★Bαtgirl:</b>" His personal life shouldn't have ... [snip!] ... office, and he wasn't. He was a very effective president, to be honest, if given the option I would elect him for a third term!"


the main issue with Clinton was the barrier he out up. He was also handed osamas head twice and said nope I am not worried abouthim

J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" They don't update birth certificates as far as I'm aware, because that's the same as putting false info down. But I could be wrong, so, meh. "


I lost my original BC a few years ago and had to send off for a new one. the hospital I was born at changed their name since I was born. the original name is still on this new BC...

J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting Amberchik78:" <blockquote><b>Quoting SpaceCowgirl:</b>" It all depends on when and where you apply ... [snip!] ... 6 numbers."</blockquote> Mine and my sons ssn are very close as well, and we didnt even get them in the same millenium"


my hubby's and my dad's start with the same 3... but chronologically mine comes before my moms. hubby and I were born at the same hospital in the same year and our first 3 are different, but not by much. our son was born at the same hospital 19 years later, and his number is way different than ours. I dont understand the ssn system, but I assume they have rules for who gets which number and when...

J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting SpaceCowgirl:" http://www.lavasurfer.com/info/socialsecurity.html"


my son has a new york ssn, but wasnt born there, nor have we ever lived there. he was however born overseas, and was issued this number by the army

J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ProginoskesII (SuperKink):" The SSN thing makes zero sense to me... my twins have completely different numbers, not consecutive in ... [snip!] ... wouldn't it be twins? One of them even starts with a zero, which I had never seen before. I dunno, doesn't seem logical to me."


when were they born? the chart listed before shows in the notes that they now randomly assign numbers...