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  • In Virginia, a Lot of White Women Voted for Anti-Choice Ken Cuccinelli

    11/06/2013 4:39:30 PM PST · 8 of 68
    Belle22 to TigersEye

    This woman happily voted for Cuccinelli. He won married women by 9 percentage points.

    I would like a woman who was “afraid” of him to explain to me how it “empowers” her to butcher herself, put her life in danger doing so, kill a fetus and then live with it for the rest of her life?

  • Virginia Governor Election Day LIVE Thread

    11/05/2013 5:50:28 PM PST · 1,034 of 2,100
    Belle22 to lonestar67

    Anectdotal, but this morning at 7:30 in Loudoun, I did not see anyone take the proferred Dem sample ballot. I told the guy I would rather die. Other women waved it off as well.

    Four conservative women hid out in my federal government office bathroom in Prince William County to talk about the race. The mother of one had experienced malfunctioning voting machines that switched Cuccinelli votes to McAuliffe. She caught it and that machine was “retired from service to be re-calibrated.” I suggested to the others that they use paper ballots.

  • NBC/WSJ poll: Obama Approval Sinks to New Low (Personal approval under water at 41%)

    10/31/2013 3:19:13 AM PDT · 102 of 155
    Belle22 to riri

    Spot on. Cuccinelli knows it, that’s why he won’t overspend.

    I was a poll watcher in Loudoun County (Northern) Virginia for 12 hours last November. People were being bussed in and walked through the polls. They could barely speak English and certainly couldn’t tell you their addresses. Which did not appear to be in the precinct where they showed up to vote. The Dem poll workers just smirked.

    We’re expected to navigate the tax code, but it’s too burdensome to produce picture ID?

  • Park Service Paramilitaries [King Obama's Deer]

    10/14/2013 6:48:15 AM PDT · 41 of 43
    Belle22 to Cincinatus' Wife

    I remember. I just don’t see ANYONE who is willing to do anything about it. It reminds me of how Germany must have been circa 1933. I listened to Larry Kudlow on a drive home Saturday night and all he could do was yell and rant about Cruz and Lee and argue that we had to get back to, essentially, the status quo.

  • Park Service Paramilitaries [King Obama's Deer]

    10/14/2013 4:46:49 AM PDT · 38 of 43
    Belle22 to Cincinatus' Wife

    There isn’t any legal fine print justifying brownshirts closing open air parks or failing to pay death benefits to war widows. The Pay Our Military Act was designed to pay those benefits. But the White House and DOJ ordered the Pentagon to “make things as painful as possible.” I do wonder how long people are going to put up with this.

  • Capitol a ghost town as reality of government shutdown sets in

    10/02/2013 11:01:11 AM PDT · 48 of 52
    Belle22 to dinodino

    I agree that government workers should not be unionized. What is truly disgusting is the “100 percenters,” who are paid to work only on union business. They, like the government EEO offices - whose employees are paid by the government to intake, investigate and move EEO cases AGAINST the government through the pipeline - should be dumped.

    But this is what FDR, LBJ, Carter, Clinton - and now Obama - wanted. A permanent class of leftists populating the executive branch.

    The thing is, the most entrenched libs are the ones who are there declaring themselves “essential,” whether they are or not.

  • Capitol a ghost town as reality of government shutdown sets in

    10/02/2013 7:30:15 AM PDT · 45 of 52
    Belle22 to dinodino

    The majority of federal workers ARE Obama supporters, most out of sheer ignorance., like the majority of the U.S. Population. (I won’t say U.S. voters or citizens, since from what I saw at the polls last November, many Obama voters weren’t eligible to vote where they voted, if at all.). A fraction of federal workers are hard-core, with the union “welfare queen” mentality. But many are subject to a collective bargaining agreement without being dues-paying members of the union.

    I’m not a fan of union agreements, but when you hear things like I heard yesterday, about a whole group of people being fired from a bank with no warning, some balance in what you can do to workers seems appropriate.

    Also, AFGE backed Hillary in 2008, so Obama doesn’t slobber over AFGE like he does over SEIU. AFGE backed themselves into a corner. Obama knows that like most lefty groups, they aren’t going to leave the Democrat Party. So he can treat AFGE like they’re a desperate girlfriend with low self-esteem. He only shows up when he wants something, and they give in.

  • Capitol a ghost town as reality of government shutdown sets in

    10/02/2013 6:43:48 AM PDT · 39 of 52
    Belle22 to dinodino

    There is no indication that DoD civilians currently out of work due to the shutdown furlough will be paid for the time lost beginning yesterday. In fact, they were ordered to work yesterday morning to accomplish an orderly shutdown, but further ordered not to record their time for October 1. They may be paid later for October 1, but that is not certain.

    Thus far, DoD civilians have not been paid for the 6 days of administrative furlough that took place this summer as a result of the sequester.

    I am all for the active duty military being paid, because of the potential for them to be placed in harm’s way - even if they are not currently and may never have been in harm’s way - as well as because of the personal autonomy they forfeit in order to serve. But it is a fact that many active duty military are currently assigned to sit right next to civilian “chair warmers.” And many of those military members are rather concerned this morning about what they do not know and what is not going to get done, likely for many days to come. And if those civilians do come back, they will be expected to catch up on the backlog of work via night and weekend work that they do not record.

    Given the perverse nature of the current Senate, which thinks it has a political winner on its hands, this furlough may continue for a while.

  • REPORT: Fox News Is Taking Karl Rove Off The Air (Over election night meltdown)

    12/05/2012 4:06:18 AM PST · 137 of 186
    Belle22 to Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America

    I’m not watching Fox anymore. I’m over it. The country went over the brink. Theres no more “hoping” for the election to bring us back to our senses. I wonder if their ratings have dropped since the election

  • McCain to pro-lifers: State your position, then ‘leave the issue alone’

    11/28/2012 2:38:43 AM PST · 88 of 127
    Belle22 to NKP_Vet

    McCain should shut up and sit down on every issue except Benghazi. Stick to that, John. Better yet, get someone else besides you or Lindsey to be the point man.

    We women - who are not already doing so - need to step up and challenge other women when they babble about their “abortion rights”. I recently had That experience with a woman who claims to be a libertarian. She ranted at me that she - and single women in general - would not vote for the GOP because Republicans were against civil rights and abortion rights and wanted to overturn Roe. Overturning Roe is of course highly unlikely and would only return the issue to the states.

    I told her that women such as herself had no credibility as advocates for “rights” when they would not extend them to the most vulnerable, the unborn. And would instead vote for someone who - in The Illinois legislature - advocated that babies born alive after abortion should be left to die. I said that abortion benefits men, and damages women physically and emotionally, and that women should acknowledge as much to each other. We have to say this to these pro-choice women. Many of them take these positions because they want to fit in with other women. Challenge and ridicule them as hypocrites and see how firm their convictions are.

    I added that all these women ranting about rights actually wanted to give up their autonomy to the state - to pay for their abortions and birth control and everything else. To become “Julia.”. Which is the furthest thing from libertarian that you can get.

    So-called libertarians need to consider that their social liberal views will always overwhelm their supposed fiscally conservative views. The two cannot co-exist. Social liberalism is all about big government.

  • Chris Christie surprised to find people not happy that he lavished Obama with praise before election

    11/21/2012 5:44:41 PM PST · 105 of 107
    Belle22 to Catsrus

    Didn’t Booker live in a slum & go on a 10 day hunger strike and live outside in a tent to highlight the problems of drug dealing?

  • Adding up the evidence … to a stolen election

    11/20/2012 3:38:04 AM PST · 37 of 43
    Belle22 to DesertRhino

    And the mainstream media went down to King County to report on its alleged “racism”.

    We never hear about black racism against whites. I was hoping that one good thing would come from Obama’s 2008 election - that we could put away some of the racial tension in the US. That was a pipe-dream. Obama is a race and class baiter. In my experience working in a large, very diverse organization, many blacks have become overtly hostile towards whites in any type of authority, particularly since Obama’s re-election 2 weeks ago. Blacks are refusing to attend meetings, follow rules, or take training that everyone has to take. I see white supervisors afraid to address it, for fear of EEO charges being filed against them, which is only making it worse.

  • My Day with ORCA

    11/18/2012 7:01:50 PM PST · 41 of 42
    Belle22 to Kenneth J. Conner

    The people I met whom the Romney campaign sent into Northern Virginia from Boston were kids. They’d admit that they didn’t know the area. But the Romney door knocking volunteers were pretty determined. And the only guy I’d seen around the area registering Obama voters was sitting at a table across the street from Whole Foods. The Obama GOTV didn’t make an impression on me AT ALL until I showed up to poll watch on election day.

    My experience was echoed by other poll watchers who called WMAL, a major DC radio station. They saw people who could not state their own address being “helped” by the poll workers. Is it 1234 Elm Street? They too believed people were being bussed in. They were registered or gave names of those who were registered.

    In VA, we have to report it to the state board of elections, which will decide whether it wants to ask the AG to investigate. He can’t do it on his own initiative. I’m going to report my experience.

  • My Day with ORCA

    11/18/2012 7:00:28 PM PST · 40 of 42
    Belle22 to Kenneth J. Conner

    The people I met whom the Romney campaign sent into Northern Virginia from Boston were kids. They’d admit that they didn’t know the area. But the Romney door knocking volunteers were pretty determined. And the only guy I’d seen around the area registering Obama voters was sitting at a table across the street from Whole Foods. The Obama GOTV didn’t make an impression on me AT ALL until I showed to poll watch on election day.

    My experience was echoed by other poll watchers who called WMAL, a major DC radio station. They saw people who could not state their own address being “helped” by the poll workers. Is it 1234 Elm Street? They too believed people were being bussed in. They were registered or gave names of those who were registered.

    In VA, they have to report it to the state board of elections, which will decide whether it wants to ask the AG to investigate. He can’t do it on his own initiative. I’m going to report my experience.

  • General failure - Senior officers’ ethical collapse

    11/17/2012 7:28:37 PM PST · 59 of 59
    Belle22 to CJ Wolf

    Thanks - good thing, because otherwise I’d still be in shock.

  • Woman in Petraeus Scandal Visited White House

    11/16/2012 12:43:07 PM PST · 38 of 69
    Belle22 to RoosterRedux

    Ah, like the Onion. Thanks. Good thing, because I was in shock when I read them.

  • Woman in Petraeus Scandal Visited White House

    11/16/2012 11:41:32 AM PST · 27 of 69
    Belle22 to thanatz
  • Obama Begins Push for New National Retirement System..401K at risk?

    11/16/2012 7:51:53 AM PST · 37 of 71
    Belle22 to mikelets456

    Take loans out on them & then repay very slowly, or don’t repay

  • General failure - Senior officers’ ethical collapse

    11/16/2012 5:02:06 AM PST · 30 of 59
    Belle22 to mo

    www.lightlybraisedturnip.com/allen-emails-to-kelley-leak-2/

    From these emails, it appears that Ms. Kelley - she of Lebanese heritage and financial woes - is a spy.

    “I hope you’ll be serving up a sweet dish for one because I do get famished. Something with some sweet and sour sauce.”

    And oh by the way, General - who uses his title on his personal gmail account - can you tell me about the reach of Israeli weapons and the capabilities of the USS Eisenhower?

  • Obama Administration Gave Petraeus's Wife a $187,605-Per-Year Job

    11/15/2012 8:01:26 AM PST · 31 of 32
    Belle22 to Malesherbes

    Hmmm...Where are all the people who were telling me a few days ago what a lovely woman Holly is?

  • Chelation-therapy heart trial draws fire

    11/15/2012 1:22:01 AM PST · 11 of 20
    Belle22 to Seruzawa

    So true. I went to my doctor this week and she said that perhaps some of my past problems stemmed from taking digestive enzymes, which I had only begun in the past 2 weeks and which she confused with Probiotics. Actually, the enzymes have helped me a great deal.

    But whatever poison Big Pharma wants to dish out, that’s fine. Until the drug goes off the market for killing people. Then they say, Oh, that’s unfortunate.

  • Secession petitions filed in 20 states (With 30 GOP governors, where's the other 10 states?)

    11/12/2012 5:01:14 PM PST · 9 of 26
    Belle22 to bestintxas

    Where is Virginia? Sic semper tyrannis

  • Insiders Explain How Mitt Romney's Campaign Completely Fell Apart On Election Day

    11/12/2012 4:00:16 PM PST · 110 of 209
    Belle22 to MeneMeneTekelUpharsin

    Google Dan Centinello. (I’m on an IPad and can’t put the picture up.). That’s your ORCA mastermind. Enough said.

  • Insiders Explain How Mitt Romney's Campaign Completely Fell Apart On Election Day

    11/12/2012 3:21:52 PM PST · 82 of 209
    Belle22 to GlockThe Vote

    I don’t doubt you on that. The Loudoun County, Virginia GOP coordinator looked like a young girl fresh out of school.

    I WAS surprised that ORCA worked at all that morning.

    We will never get ready to cheat the way they will, but we should be ready to fight it. It’s not just on election day, although I think the machine calibration is a huge part of it. Another issue is at the registration level. I believe we have a lot of people voting who are not citizens. We have Motor Voter. Once a name is registered, in a state without picture ID, anyone can show up. I read a thread earlier showing that since Obama took office, the majority of new jobs have gone to new immigrants.

  • Insiders Explain How Mitt Romney's Campaign Completely Fell Apart On Election Day

    11/12/2012 2:55:54 PM PST · 48 of 209
    Belle22 to GlockThe Vote

    The two GOP lawyers who came to my polling place - where I was poll watching - did not seem to know what to do if something had been going wrong. They did say that ORCA was not working for a lot of people.

    I do think ORCA was hacked at some point during the day, because it shut down on me after working fine. But even if it had worked perfectly, all it was going to result in were texts, calls and visits to voters to remind them to vote. I didn’t see the Obama campaign do more.

    Which brings me back to the belief that touting ORCA as the reason for the loss enables the reader to ignore vote fraud. I didn’t see the Obama campaign doing anything in my area of my swing state. But I did see a whole lot of “likely Obama voters” at the polls in my exurb. Many of them had not bathed recently, did not speak English hardly at all and in some cases did not know their own addresses. But they showed up, gave names of registered voters and voted. We only have one electronic machine and the only early voting is limited, so perhaps in my town the fraud had to be done the old-fashioned way.

  • 'The truth will come out': Father claims her affair is part of bigger scandal [Petraeus]

    11/12/2012 12:13:40 PM PST · 146 of 154
    Belle22 to Alas Babylon!

    Ha Ha, touché !

    I think you did better in the spouse lottery than Mrs. Petraeus did. But you obviously have a lot to offer beyond pay & benis!

  • 'The truth will come out': Father claims her affair is part of bigger scandal [Petraeus]

    11/12/2012 11:05:58 AM PST · 142 of 154
    Belle22 to Alas Babylon!

    I dont accept the premise that we all have to look old, gray and overweight at 60. I offer Exhibits A and B: Laura Bush, 66 and Ann Romney, 63.

    I believe that something has been wrong in the Petraeus marriage for a long time, not that it is what we should be focused upon. The Obama gang is using a sex scandal to try to hide the truth about Benghazi.

  • 'The truth will come out': Father claims her affair is part of bigger scandal [Petraeus]

    11/12/2012 9:42:59 AM PST · 128 of 154
    Belle22 to Eva

    I think you have it right.

    CJ Roberts likely gave in to blackmail because he didn’t want to end up like Petraeus. I wonder how long he can hide whatever he is hiding. Of course, he is not a political appointee who can just be fired.

  • 'The truth will come out': Father claims her affair is part of bigger scandal [Petraeus]

    11/12/2012 9:11:03 AM PST · 114 of 154
    Belle22 to annieokie

    Peace, of course.

    Petraeus did use his wife, so when it benefited him he could say he was a family man with a 37 year marriage. He came into the military at a time when you couldn’t get divorced and get ahead. If he was going to do this, he should have gotten divorced. But apparently he thought he could have his cake and eat it too.

    Perhaps you are a military wife, but for those who aren’t familiar with them, military wives can’t readily have major careers because of all the moves, so most are dependent on these guys. At Petraeus’ level, there is a lot of pay, benefits and prestige at stake. Maybe his wife felt she had no choice, so she went along, but it has taken a toll on her. She surprises me, because many officers’ wives I know, with husbands at much lower ranks, are similarly competitive to their husbands and do not let themselves go. Sure, we’d all like to believe that people are not that superficial, and that Petraeus would honor his wife for the sacrifices she has made on his behalf. But it is a very real discussion amongst these wives that they have competitive, athletic husbands, who work with women like Paula Broadwell. They do not want to make it easy for somebody like Broadwell to get their hooks in.

  • 'The truth will come out': Father claims her affair is part of bigger scandal [Petraeus]

    11/12/2012 8:23:52 AM PST · 71 of 154
    Belle22 to annieokie

    Who’s blaming her? She made her choices. Everybody in this sordid stew went along with a lot of bad acts to get positions and perks.

  • The Amnesty Delusion. Leave the Pandering to the Democrats.

    11/12/2012 8:04:24 AM PST · 24 of 27
    Belle22 to lone star annie

    That’s what I mean. Bush was a big spender. He gave them stuff.

    Jeb is also a big spender, and he can wave the Mexican wife and kids at them.

    I think the GOP is pretty happy. They can run Jeb in 2016 and try to get the new immigrant and women’s vote that went Democrat in 2012. They’ll go pro choice and pro amnesty and say see, we’ve dumped the rigid conservatives. I’m not sure how they think all that will get them past Hillary.

  • The Way Forward [Republicans Do Not Need to Radically Change]

    11/12/2012 7:53:56 AM PST · 12 of 32
    Belle22 to SoFloFreeper

    This is BS. The National Review editorial on why Hispanics vote Democrat has it right. This is why I’m not watching Fox anymore.

    New immigrants come from corrupt, Socialist countries. They want stuff. They have no experience with the American work ethic benefiting people in a meaningful way. In my experience, the majority stay in enclaves and will take what we are willing to give, without giving in return. Tuesday’s vote bears all this out.

  • 'The truth will come out': Father claims her affair is part of bigger scandal [Petraeus]

    11/12/2012 7:44:57 AM PST · 27 of 154
    Belle22 to BunnySlippers

    Petraeus was a competitive, athletic man in positions of major power. His wife defines dowdy. What did she expect would happen? She must have been deeply depressed to let herself go like she did. I don’t believe for a second that she is just finding out. He has to have been doing things like this for years.

  • The Amnesty Delusion. Leave the Pandering to the Democrats.

    11/12/2012 7:30:48 AM PST · 14 of 27
    Belle22 to WashingtonSource

    This editorial is the truth.

    Bush got Hispanics to vote for him because he had been Governor of TX, spoke Spanish and had interacted with them, but also because he was a big spender. Not because he wanted amnesty. The more we bring in, the more they will vote for Democrats. From what I saw Tuesday, it is the same with most recent immigrants.

  • Economy: Post-Election Firings and Layoffs Surge

    11/12/2012 7:11:20 AM PST · 66 of 72
    Belle22 to classified

    The Targets in Manassas and Kissimmee ARE dumps. Manassas IS a sanctuary city for illegals. How’s that working out for us, GOV McDonnell? They don’t want to pay for anything, even cheap stuff from Target.

  • My Day with ORCA

    11/12/2012 3:35:29 AM PST · 38 of 42
    Belle22 to Kenneth J. Conner

    I don’t think Romney & Ryan were in on this. There’s nothing for them to gain and they put their families through hell.

    If a “Captains and the Kings” group is running the world, how did Bush 41 lose? How did a business hater like Obama gain power?

    I find it far more believable that the GOP does not know how to respond to Chicago/Alinsky Style fraud. The GOP continues to be terrified of being called racist, so Obama can continue to bully them. They won’t challenge him. The only one that doesn’t work on is LTC West.

    I suddenly have no interest in watching Fox News anymore. After CJ Roberts’ Obamacare decision and this election, the country is gone. I wonder how Fox’s ratings will fare...

    After the treatment of Petraeus, I’m more convinced than ever that Roberts was blackmailed.

  • Mitt Romney's campaign cancels staff credit cards on election night

    11/10/2012 5:44:41 PM PST · 34 of 38
    Belle22 to C210N

    Thank you, that’s great to see. God Bless them. I came to see that they are good, decent people who love America. I already knew that about Ryan. What a tragedy that an electorate so misled and shallow could not see what this country needed.

  • Mitt Romney's campaign cancels staff credit cards on election night

    11/10/2012 1:48:25 PM PST · 20 of 38
    Belle22 to matt04

    I will say, I was getting many emails per day from the Romney campaign, right up until the polls closed. Then, they didn’t even send out a “thank you for your efforts on our behalf” email. I thought that was rather tacky.

  • My Day with ORCA

    11/10/2012 11:26:10 AM PST · 34 of 42
    Belle22 to freekitty

    I got my credentials and was able to get into the ORCA sit on my IPad at 5 am last Tuesday. All was going fine until I had recorded ~163 voters, about 90-120 minutes into the voting day. Then I lost connectivity.

    A campaign lawyer came by the precinct around then and told me that many volunteers had never been able to access the program. I do think it was hacked, because later in the day, when I managed to get back in, the feature for searching names would respond to a search showing no result for that name, when both the ORCA registered voter list I had printed, and the polling place list, both contained the voter’s name.

    I had to record that my husband and I had voted, because we voted absentee. Until the campaign registered us as having voted, I received repeated texts from the GOP reminding us to vote. When I got home, there were multiple phone messages and door tags - indicating an in-person visit - also telling us to vote. So in our case, that aspect of the GOTV worked as planned.

    The question is, do GOP voters need more than reminders? Do we need to be gathered and bussed in to vote?

    And does any of that matter when the Dems are using the census data to register and bus to the polls voters who may or may not be legal citizens or residents of that precinct?

    I think the ORCA story is a red herring :) to offer an explanation for why Romney lost that does not focus on fraud. I believe that the Dems panicked and overdid the fraud, as the numbers indicate. Because everyone I know who I expected to vote for Romney/Ryan went out and did so. I don’t know any of these supposed millions who sat it out.

  • Campaign Sources: The Romney Campaign was a Consultant Con Job

    11/10/2012 3:06:32 AM PST · 83 of 149
    Belle22 to Post Toasties

    Well, there’s the truth of it. I’ve been hearing from people who bought the Obama propaganda. They are harshly lecturing me that bailouts and stimulus began under Bush; Obama had a reasonable plan to cut certain programs, but the GOP refused to “ increase revenue,” so Obama could not do it; Romney had no plan except to take away “abortion rights”. These are people who think of themselves - and are regarded by others - as highly educated and intelligent.

    Romney was, in retrospect, preaching to the choir and winking at us. We get it, but he thought the vast majority got it as well, so he could coast along after the first debate rather than continuing to aggressively challenge Obama. The first debate was a game changer because so many had spent 4 years or more blaming the economy on Bush, not Obama. Romney opened the door, but he needed to continually try to pierce the fog surrounding those people. If the majority loved Obama so much that he couldn’t be criticized, then Romney would not have won the first debate.

    Instead, Romney backed off, and those with a superficial understanding were left focused on the War on Women. I found it insulting, but the majority of women bought it, and were comfortable doing so because they couldnt say what Romney’s plan was. They have no knowledge of issues like Benghazi because Romney refused to raise it. Perhaps for fear Obama would say that he had foreign policy experience and Romney didn’t.

    All that being said, Obama lost millions of votes and the 100% turnout, 100% Obama vote totals coming out of Miami, Cleveland and Philly illustrate obvious vote fraud.

  • Why Did Three Million Republicans Stay Home?

    11/09/2012 7:21:02 PM PST · 169 of 169
    Belle22 to stmags

    I too have woken up with a start these last days, horrified. The whole thing is very odd. The first Scott Brown election, the 2010 elections, the Walker recall. Then this. The smug certainty the Obama camp had is eerie, when there was no sign that I saw of their “vaunted” GOTV operation.

    At my polling place in NOVA, there was no identifiable Obama campaign presence beyond a person who came in a van from DC - 30 miles away - to sit outside and hand out the sample ballot. No poll watchers, no lawyers. But a bunch of people showed up to vote who didn’t look like they could possibly be citizens. New immigrants, couldn’t speak aenglish, didn’t know where they lived. Yet they - or the names they used - were registered and voted.

  • Why Did Three Million Republicans Stay Home?

    11/09/2012 2:34:37 AM PST · 160 of 169
    Belle22 to mountainlion

    I am beginning to wonder about vote fraud. I can’t believe there are three million “Kens from Livonia.” What a narcissistic jerk. The pre-election mood of the country was so at odds with the results.

    But yet, when I was poll-watching in Loudoun County, VA - one of the top ten wealthiest US counties, they say - I did see a mass of new immigrants, clueless young women and people who couldn’t even bathe or speak English. People who couldn’t be bothered to work for Obama or even put a bumper sticker on their car, but they showed up to vote. Far more of them than white people who looked like they worked for a living. The hard core takers who dislike America and are picking at our bones. The fact that they came here with that attitude makes me sick.

  • Mourning in America - Here's Those Layoffs We Voted For Last Night(Sobering)

    11/08/2012 4:21:43 AM PST · 47 of 61
    Belle22 to Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America

    Worse - he told Lockheed and the other big defense contractors NOT to issue the advance notice of pending layoffs required by the WARN Act. He said the taxpayers would pay the contractors’ legal fees when the fired employees sued the contractors for violating the WARN Act.

  • Why Hispanics Don’t Vote for Republicans

    11/07/2012 4:31:27 PM PST · 20 of 130
    Belle22 to DOGHEAD

    On “Trick or Trunk” - exactly. I started today. One by one, I told all those i encountered who have mooched off me that I am done. They can solve their own problems, do their own work. Each small business I patronize, I will ask, what did you think of the election? Wrong answers and I will tell them they have lost my business.

  • Mitt Romney has fewer votes than John McCain received in 2008! Republicans stayed home

    11/07/2012 2:02:29 AM PST · 60 of 256
    Belle22 to over3Owithabrain

    From what I saw in NOVA yesterday - and I was at the polls all day - it is the electorate. The majority of women want abortion and big government. 95% of blacks would never vote against a black person no matter what type of failure he is. New immigrants are a massive amount of the electorate here, and they apparently vote Dem. I wasn’t sure of this, because so many are small business owners, but they identify with Obama.

    Being a Dem is the easy path - in education, journalism, law, entertainment, government and the trades. That is what gets you handouts, positions and perks. People don’t believe that personal responsibility and self-reliance will get you ahead. Very sobering. I was lucky enough to come of age in the Reagan era. I took it for granted. I love America’s founding principles, but I now realize that the country as a whole is not going to reflect them.

  • GOP Campaign Consultants Badly Hurt Mitt Romney's Campaign

    11/06/2012 8:03:25 PM PST · 15 of 49
    Belle22 to Sarah Barracuda

    We also - based on what I saw today - have a TON of people who are recent arrivals to this country who, like unions and other Democrats, are interested in what the country can do for them. They do not get a lump in their throat at the movie 1776. They likely know little of our founding. We all came from somewhere, but my German great-grandmother wanted to assimilate. I don’t see that now. This new majority gives me the creeps. It will take from this country until it breaks. Then what?

  • FOX NEWS CALLS WISCONSIN FOR OBAMA.. Oh NO!

    11/06/2012 7:28:54 PM PST · 97 of 127
    Belle22 to LittleSpotBlog

    I was a poll watcher today in an affluent VA “exurb” of DC. The voters looked like the UN. Far more than I had realized. They live in enclaves and don’t assimilate. But they managed to get to the polls. And they didn’t seem to be coming out of a desire to save America. You could see those people a mile away and there were far too few of them.

    24 hours ago, I thought this election would be like 1980. But when I saw the voters today, I thought, wow, Ted Kennedy’s plan to import enough people who would create a permanent Democrat majority has come to fruition. They can relate to Obama. His looks, his African, Muslim and Indonesian connections, and his contempt for America make them comfortable. They can’t readily relate to Romney/Ryan. Then you add in the brainwashed white women and it makes a majority. I wish it were possible to “Go Galt.”. I just can’t stand being around these liberals anymore. It matters too much to me to fake it.

  • Romney Campaign Enlists Help of 'Killer Whale' Project to Get Out the Vote (Worrried? Read this)

    11/05/2012 5:11:15 PM PST · 33 of 70
    Belle22 to RPTMS

    Long day in the sense that there are about 4000 voters registered to go to my polling place in NOVA and the polls are open for 13 hours!

  • Romney Campaign Enlists Help of 'Killer Whale' Project to Get Out the Vote (Worrried? Read this)

    11/05/2012 4:13:50 PM PST · 2 of 70
    Belle22 to 2ndDivisionVet

    I’m part of it - it’s real. Going to be a long day tomorrow!

  • No Carolina man’s Facebook post claims he voted 4 times ‘to save our country’ from Romney

    11/05/2012 3:19:02 AM PST · 23 of 24
    Belle22 to NYer

    In Nevada, a woman trying to vote twice was arrested for the cameras to see. Why hasn’t Mr. Turner been arrested?