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Here is the truth one of them doesn't want you to know
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Oct 8, 2012 16:56:38   #
VHD-Tex
 
Romneys Bain capital invested private money in:
Amc entertainment
Burger King
Burlington Coat Factory
Clear Channel Communications
Dominos Pizza
Dunk n' Donuts
Guitar Center
The Sports Authority
Staples
Toy "R" Us
Warner Music Group

Obamas invested taxpayer money in:
Solyndra ----Bankrupt
Ener one---Bankrupt
Beacon power---Bankrupt
Abound Solar---Bankrupt
Spetra Watt---Bankrupt
Estern Energy---Bankrupt
 
Oct 8, 2012 17:26:14   #
docrob
 
VHD-Tex wrote:
Romneys Bain capital invested private money in:
Amc entertainment
Burger King
Burlington Coat Factory
Clear Channel Communications
Dominos Pizza
Dunk n' Donuts
Guitar Center
The Sports Authority
Staples
Toy "R" Us
Warner Music Group

Obamas invested taxpayer money in:
Solyndra ----Bankrupt
Ener one---Bankrupt
Beacon power---Bankrupt
Abound Solar---Bankrupt
Spetra Watt---Bankrupt
Estern Energy---Bankrupt



And for further updates:

Toys R Us - Bankrupt
Warner Music group - bankrupt.
Staples - currently closing 30 stores
Guitar Center - can you find one near you?
Dominoes Pizza - doing fine - didn't need Mitt's hand after all
Clear Channel Communications - home of Rush need I say more?
Burger King - owned by Pepsico - Owned by the Mormon church
Oct 8, 2012 17:30:19   #
Blurryeyed (a regular here)
 
docrob wrote:
VHD-Tex wrote:
Romneys Bain capital invested private money in:
Amc entertainment
Burger King
Burlington Coat Factory
Clear Channel Communications
Dominos Pizza
Dunk n' Donuts
Guitar Center
The Sports Authority
Staples
Toy "R" Us
Warner Music Group

Obamas invested taxpayer money in:
Solyndra ----Bankrupt
Ener one---Bankrupt
Beacon power---Bankrupt
Abound Solar---Bankrupt
Spetra Watt---Bankrupt
Estern Energy---Bankrupt



And for further updates:

Toys R Us - Bankrupt
Warner Music group - bankrupt.
Staples - currently closing 30 stores
Guitar Center - can you find one near you?
Dominoes Pizza - doing fine - didn't need Mitt's hand after all
Clear Channel Communications - home of Rush need I say more?
Burger King - owned by Pepsico - Owned by the Mormon church
quote=VHD-Tex Romneys Bain capital invested priva... (show quote)


Just think that after all that effort you spent finding the status of Romney's investments, the taxpayers of this country did not lose a dime on them, in fact during their strong years they contributed to the coffers of our treasury, Obama's investments on the other hand cost the taxpayers billions and the only coffers that they contributed to were to those of his campaign...
Oct 8, 2012 19:12:45   #
docrob
 
Actually, No. I made it all up just to show how easy it is - why anyone can make up stuff - in fact, we do it all the time. Romney made up stuff on TV so now that the bar has been set so low anyone can be an instant candidate or at the very least a voice of truth.

Just ask Glenn, Rush, and Rachael Maddow!


Blurryeyed wrote:
docrob wrote:
VHD-Tex wrote:
Romneys Bain capital invested private money in:
Amc entertainment
Burger King
Burlington Coat Factory
Clear Channel Communications
Dominos Pizza
Dunk n' Donuts
Guitar Center
The Sports Authority
Staples
Toy "R" Us
Warner Music Group

Obamas invested taxpayer money in:
Solyndra ----Bankrupt
Ener one---Bankrupt
Beacon power---Bankrupt
Abound Solar---Bankrupt
Spetra Watt---Bankrupt
Estern Energy---Bankrupt



And for further updates:

Toys R Us - Bankrupt
Warner Music group - bankrupt.
Staples - currently closing 30 stores
Guitar Center - can you find one near you?
Dominoes Pizza - doing fine - didn't need Mitt's hand after all
Clear Channel Communications - home of Rush need I say more?
Burger King - owned by Pepsico - Owned by the Mormon church
quote=VHD-Tex Romneys Bain capital invested priva... (show quote)


Just think that after all that effort you spent finding the status of Romney's investments, the taxpayers of this country did not lose a dime on them, in fact during their strong years they contributed to the coffers of our treasury, Obama's investments on the other hand cost the taxpayers billions and the only coffers that they contributed to were to those of his campaign...
quote=docrob quote=VHD-Tex Romneys Bain capital ... (show quote)
Oct 8, 2012 19:24:18   #
Blurryeyed (a regular here)
 
LOL you just made it up like all dems make up their talking points.... I am enjoying watching Puddles' panic..


docrob wrote:
Actually, No. I made it all up just to show how easy it is - why anyone can make up stuff - in fact, we do it all the time. Romney made up stuff on TV so now that the bar has been set so low anyone can be an instant candidate or at the very least a voice of truth.

Just ask Glenn, Rush, and Rachael Maddow!


Blurryeyed wrote:
docrob wrote:
VHD-Tex wrote:
Romneys Bain capital invested private money in:
Amc entertainment
Burger King
Burlington Coat Factory
Clear Channel Communications
Dominos Pizza
Dunk n' Donuts
Guitar Center
The Sports Authority
Staples
Toy "R" Us
Warner Music Group

Obamas invested taxpayer money in:
Solyndra ----Bankrupt
Ener one---Bankrupt
Beacon power---Bankrupt
Abound Solar---Bankrupt
Spetra Watt---Bankrupt
Estern Energy---Bankrupt



And for further updates:

Toys R Us - Bankrupt
Warner Music group - bankrupt.
Staples - currently closing 30 stores
Guitar Center - can you find one near you?
Dominoes Pizza - doing fine - didn't need Mitt's hand after all
Clear Channel Communications - home of Rush need I say more?
Burger King - owned by Pepsico - Owned by the Mormon church
quote=VHD-Tex Romneys Bain capital invested priva... (show quote)


Just think that after all that effort you spent finding the status of Romney's investments, the taxpayers of this country did not lose a dime on them, in fact during their strong years they contributed to the coffers of our treasury, Obama's investments on the other hand cost the taxpayers billions and the only coffers that they contributed to were to those of his campaign...
quote=docrob quote=VHD-Tex Romneys Bain capital ... (show quote)
Actually, No. I made it all up just to show how e... (show quote)
Oct 8, 2012 20:31:26   #
VHD-Tex
 
Hey docrob--- Think about it....we are talking about private money VS. taxpayer money....don't you get it!
 
Oct 8, 2012 20:52:14   #
elise3
 
Since the sign is in Michigan I think it's only fair to add GM and Chrysler. If I can find some time to take a a color tour along Lake Michigan I will bring a can of spray paint and correct it for you.
Oct 8, 2012 20:55:58   #
Blurryeyed (a regular here)
 
elise3 wrote:
Since the sign is in Michigan I think it's only fair to add GM and Chrysler. If I can find some time to take a a color tour along Lake Michigan I will bring a can of spray paint and correct it for you.


Appreciate that, so why don't you hop right on it and check back in when ya get'r done.
Oct 8, 2012 21:10:35   #
SpeedyWilson
 
"Plant that got $150M in taxpayer money to make Volt batteries furloughs workers"

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/10/08/lg-plant-that-got-150m-to-make-volt-batteries-in-michigan-puts-workers-on/

"Workers at the Compact Power manufacturing facilities in Holland, Mich., run by LG Chem, have been placed on rotating furloughs, working only three weeks per month based on lack of demand for lithium-ion cells."
Oct 8, 2012 21:15:11   #
Blurryeyed (a regular here)
 
MisterWilson wrote:
"Plant that got $150M in taxpayer money to make Volt batteries furloughs workers"

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/10/08/lg-plant-that-got-150m-to-make-volt-batteries-in-michigan-puts-workers-on/

"Workers at the Compact Power manufacturing facilities in Holland, Mich., run by LG Chem, have been placed on rotating furloughs, working only three weeks per month based on lack of demand for lithium-ion cells."



GM will soon becoming back to the public trough as well, so far we have pretty much given them $40 billion with no strings attached and no expectation of repayment, how much will puddles give them if he is still in office when they come back with their hands out in 2013? ...
Oct 8, 2012 21:31:14   #
elise3
 
The volt's lack of demand is due to it's own design flaws. If GM would have gone under there would have been thousands of plants that supply parts and dies to them that would have gone with them. I personally am not a fan of GM products but if they would have gone under it would have devastated a state that built it's entire economy around the auto industry.
 
Oct 8, 2012 21:42:08   #
Blurryeyed (a regular here)
 
elise3 wrote:
The volt's lack of demand is due to it's own design flaws. If GM would have gone under there would have been thousands of plants that supply parts and dies to them that would have gone with them. I personally am not a fan of GM products but if they would have gone under it would have devastated a state that built it's entire economy around the auto industry.


The financial structure of the GM bailout should not have been a gift of 10's of billions of taxpayer dollars, the tax credit flow through which is against the federal bankruptcy law as well as the stock purchase was nothing less than a gift of taxpayer dollars to the tune of $45 billion, I am not arguing that GM should have gone under, but the taxpayers of this country got screwed as well as did the non union employees of GM... It is the structure of the deal that goes against most anybody's sense of fairness and above the board dealings.
Oct 8, 2012 21:47:19   #
elise3
 
Maybe it would have been better for Bain Capital to come in, take them over and liquidate the pensions and assets while offering their creditors pennies on the dollar and giving their own CEOs huge bonuses. Seems to be their business model.
Oct 8, 2012 21:49:59   #
Nikon_DonB
 
This gets SOOOOOOO Old. In 30 days hopefully it'll all be done. AS I've stated before,......"This (as before) is not an election, I is a lack of choices!

Nuff said,..........I hope.
Oct 8, 2012 22:36:37   #
Blurryeyed (a regular here)
 
elise3 wrote:
Maybe it would have been better for Bain Capital to come in, take them over and liquidate the pensions and assets while offering their creditors pennies on the dollar and giving their own CEOs huge bonuses. Seems to be their business model.



You refuse to address the fairness or the structure of the deal, so you attack Romney with the same campaign rhetoric that is failing.... Puddles has been shown to be the feckless president that he is and rather than speak to the issue you go on the Bain attack as if that means something, I like Bain Capital, I like the fact that Gov Romney had a successful career and that he understands finance, business and the economy.... Obama's biggest field of study before taking office was CRT, something that has not moved the country forward, but rather backwards.. people are hurting and this president has fixed nothing but has only served to make things harder on the American people... Puddles is done, he will again show is butt in the next debate as he has nothing to contribute to a conversation with someone who understands the issues and will not be intimidated by the president trying to force his personality and office on them.....

Let's see this week the president's campaign is that Romney lied, even though the author of the study that Obama says that Romney is lying about has come out and said that if anyone is lying about his conclusions it would have to be the president...

Last week it the big Obama campaign issue was that Romney killed some man's wife, a story that not only was discredited but that his campaign manager Stephanie Cutter was exposed as actually lying about as she knew the complete story all along...

The week before that it was that Romney had paid no taxes, again nothing more than a lie...

The week before that it was that Romney is a felon.....

The week before that it was about the dog that he did not eat, but put in a carrier on top of his car....

Before that it was that he was a HS bully....

Does this not tell you anything?????? Friggin puddles has no clothes, he is a deer in Romney's headlights...

Just wait for the debate on Foreign Policy, puddles will have his lunch handed to him....


Here ya go.... the author of the report that the president refers to in the debate directly calls the president out on the conclusions he used in the debate...

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/princeton-economist-obama-campaign-misrepresenting-my-study-romneys-tax-plan_653917.html
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