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Posted 7:31 pm, 10/11/2014


Hag-n-puke and Tel-li-us, do not vote for either.
In the write-in blank write "anyone else".

Agree 100%


Posted 4:10 pm, 10/11/2014

I did not approach the Hags appearance, I was mostly articulating her lightning speed when the name Obama comes up. However I did hear that the beaver has landed a job chiseling grooves in cedar logs for Appalachian Log Homes. She was in close competition with another beaver but the Hag was able to drag her plow like nose down the groove and remove all shavings in one swift motion. Did I say swift?


Posted 4:03 pm, 10/11/2014

Dec: It's ironic that you say that: As of 1992, @ least one State: Nevada actually has a none-of-the-above choice on its ballots.

wrestlers Grandpa

Posted 1:45 pm, 10/11/2014

Repub-we-can....your mind and brain has burned out...you are no longer making any sense it must be the kool-aid- from GOP and FOX NEWS you are ingesting....take a few years to allow the gray matter between your *** to come back..... this is all you got left whew!!!


Posted 12:16 pm, 10/11/2014

Hag-n-puke and Tel-li-us, do not vote for either.

In the write-in blank write "anyone else".


Posted 12:06 pm, 10/11/2014

I would much rather articulate in a civil manner. Thanks for being a voice of reason. I hope you can persuade posters on the right to display some civility, it would be much nicer for all of us :)


Posted 12:05 pm, 10/11/2014

Youlie has a point. There is so much name-calling, both towards our political leaders and each other. I cannot count how many threads I've seen calling Michelle Obama "Moochelle" or Hillary Clinton "Crypt Keeper." Even this thread was created to slam a woman's appearance instead of discussing what matters...her policy. Not that it matters. All threads devolve into partisan bickering and people calling each other childish names because it's easier than coming up with an intelligent argument, and then Umpire will come in and say "napalm" and call Repub-we-can out on being here since 3 am and the next thing you know everyone's moved on to the next thread.


Posted 11:49 am, 10/11/2014

Nope. :)

Never called anyone a name, just pointing out you cant articulate without doing it.

Have fun.


Posted 11:39 am, 10/11/2014

Namecalling must have hit a nerve LOL. You are employing Karl Marx strategy if accusing others if what you, yourself do. How many childish comments are on here about the president, first lady, any number of Democratic leaders, constantly seeing the word "libtard", hard to take those people seriously when they cry foul at a taste of their own medicine. I use Conservatard a lot in response to the libtard nonsense. I know that two wrongs don't make a right, but look in the mirror before throwing mud at the other side :)


Posted 11:14 am, 10/11/2014

Highschool name calling is the best that youlie and the left have.

Ironic that the party that preaches open mindedness and tolerance are the first one's to go screaming slurs first when their ideas are disagreed with.


Posted 10:22 am, 10/11/2014

All the wingnuts trying to pick on the lovely Senator Hagan, I guess when your local star is Vagina Foxx, nobody is going to take your idea if beauty seriously anyway LOL


Posted 10:17 am, 10/11/2014

Maybe the ones over 110 are legal aliens from out there.


Posted 8:33 am, 10/11/2014

Democrats in general are "supposed" to be for the poor,blue collar and middle class.

Yet when elected,proceed to pass legislation and regulation that:
Raises gas prices and home heating oil
Bottle necks coal production, all of this in turn raises everyone's electric bill,which in turn, raises food prices.

Add to that,they've now taken people who shopped around for their own health insurance, kicked them off their plans( that they were paying for themselves btw) and offered them a government plan where the deductible is doubled along with the premium.

Just how is THAT helping? With "friends" like that, who needs enemies?

this n that

Posted 4:38 am, 10/11/2014

How great is it that people living in North Carolina can look forward to voting well passed their 100th birthday?

110 Year Olds Vote Strong in NC

So far in early voting 110 year olds have made a pretty good showing; 2214 of them have voted either by mail or at a one-stop site (214 by mail and 2,000 at early voting sites). There are 1,420 Democrats in this group, 717 Republicans and 77 Unaffiliated voters.

Nothing against very old voters, but it is funny that these 110 year olds live in only 34 counties and 87% of them live in 4 counties Guilford has voted 681 of them so far, Forsyth 581, Cumberland 427 and Davidson voted 230.

Some more facts about these older voters: 1,923 of this year's group also voted in the 2008 General Election during early voting they were only 108 back then. In 2008 a total 9,688 108 year olds voted early.

And just in case you thought 110 was pretty old, Gaston County data shows that a 154 year old voter has cast a ballot and Granville County's data reflects a voter who is 160 years old.


Posted 8:56 pm, 10/10/2014


Posted 8:55 pm, 10/10/2014

Don't know about Obama, but its right there in black and white about Hagan. Of course, the sniffers won't let facts get in the way of bashing her


Posted 8:52 pm, 10/10/2014

I guess you think Obama is a moderate also?


Posted 8:51 pm, 10/10/2014

Of course she voted like Obama because she is a Democrat


Posted 8:51 pm, 10/10/2014

She was voted most moderate Senator, but by your Hitler comparison you are saying she's extreme right wing.


Posted 8:49 pm, 10/10/2014

She is Reich and she is flying around running from her support of Obama but I don't know if she has sprouted wings yet. What just exactly was her rubberstamp record something like 95% or 96% I cant remember

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