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https://plus.google.com/100521130333823174813 Julio Suarez : Congress and Senators are only representing businesses and not the people or the families. Its time ...
Congress and Senators are only representing businesses and not the people or the families. Its time Americans elect consumers and workers and not companies or businesses. 
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https://plus.google.com/103070173227756922412 K. Latham : The State of Oklahoma's official statistics on voter registration by county and political affiliation...
The State of Oklahoma's official statistics on voter registration by county and political affiliation. Reported on January 15, 2015. [pdf]  

http://www.ok.gov/elections/documents/VRStatsbycountyjan152015.pdf

Grand Totals:
Democrat: 882,686 | Republican: 886,153 | Americans Elect: 9 | Independent: 261,429 | Total: 2,030,277
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https://plus.google.com/105909436467296371451 Alfredo Bremont : one of the reason the world hates americans is because they do not understand how americans elect and...
one of the reason the world hates americans is because they do not understand how americans elect and accept such a morons and criminals as president congress and senate, as it is not america the people that is hated is washington, that not only kill americans but europeans and everyone else, this AIPAC nation is a death camp, why, the next coming 9/11 or even if the yellowstone does collapse that hated nation people do not hate you they hate your ignorance for having such a criminals as leaders. 
The Fallujah Option for East Ukraine
The goal is to preserve the post-1991 world order.
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https://plus.google.com/112978587206873384831 Andreas Geisler : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/105958840002128684694 Jim Dennis : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/117779398806994940609 April Arvin : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/113129268605163736874 John Thomas : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/108963384323763341815 Tom Limoncelli : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/103528510361569497055 Lenwood Robinson : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/114559339308849477577 David Michael Lee : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/102610715366509918107 Michael Butler : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/102845946810840087203 Manuel T. Ortega : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/115212249974035447990 Cara Ramsey :  Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate...
 Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.

Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.

Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.

In short, Obama accomplished what three different Republican presidential candidates promised, did it faster, and he has the added bonus of highest job growth rate in 15 years, a deficit that is a smaller percentage of GDP than under Bush, and the longest economic growth streak since WWII at 59 months and counting.

So where are the GOP pundits speaking about the economy now? Silent, that's where. Dead silent.

The hypocrisy of the GOP is laid bare yet again.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/111224271703632187218 Stephen Syputa : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/111456102270282065391 Art Zemon : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/107822815694363583848 Calhoun County Democratic Party : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/103964342609870838067 Alan Williamson : Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about...
Indeed, President Obama and his team are probably looking back at the 2012 race with glee right about now:
 
* The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Obama won anyway and the unemployment rate dropped below 6% two years faster.
 
* The Gingrich Standard: Newt Gingrich said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans re-elected the president, gas prices would reach $10 per gallon, while Gingrich would push gas down to $2.50 a gallon. As of this morning, the national average at the pump is a little under $2.38.
 
* The Pawlenty Standard: Tim Pawlenty said trillions of dollars in tax breaks would boost economic growth to 5% GDP. Obama actually raised taxes on the wealthy and GDP growth reached 5% anyway.
Meeting the Tim Pawlenty standard
The trouble for Republican rhetoricians is that by the party's own standards, Obama is succeeding beautifully.
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https://plus.google.com/113244828975493133027 Chris Dyer : #MittRomney There’s a sizable population of this country that’s been disenfranchised by our current...
#MittRomney  
There’s a sizable population of this country that’s been disenfranchised by our current two-party system and its sharp ideological divisions. That population isn’t minorities, it isn’t the poor, and it isn’t the youth, though these groups have been disenfranchised in their own way.
No, the population of the United States most cruelly disenfranchised by the sharp progressive/libertarian division between the Republican and Democratic parties are America’s moderates and centrists.
Polls every year show that sizable contingents of the population, upwards of 40 percent, identify as moderate, center-right, or center-left. A recent Gallup poll demonstrated that a full 70 percent of American moderates wish there was a third party to counterbalance the two major parties.
And every few years, something DOES rise up to seemingly fill this gap — the Reform Party, Americans Elect, No Labels. But thus far, none have been successful.
What makes this all the more shocking is the fact that, historically, moderates have been a dominant majority in American politics. They have not always been called ‘moderates,’ as that is a relative term based on the current polarized ideological configuration of the major parties.
Rather, this segment of the electorate has carried a number of different titles, but generally fallen under the populist lite, nationalist persuasion: the Federalists, the Whigs, the early Republican Party, the Progressives, and the New Deal consensus, which included among its ranks many Progressive Republicans.
4 Reasons Why Moderates Can't Win Elections - IVN.us
Moderates can't win elections, but it is not because there aren't enough of them out there. Many Americans consider themselves moderates and centrists.
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https://plus.google.com/104197774872580832972 Carl Coglianese : The Death of America was a Suicide The Death of America was a Suicide By Jim Turnage (about the author...
The Death of America was a Suicide
The Death of America was a Suicide By Jim Turnage (about the author)     Permalink       (Page 1 of 2 pages) Related Topic(s): American Capitalism ; Americans Elect ; Americans For Prosperity ; Americans For Prosperity ; Balance ; Class ; Corporations ; Cor...
The Death of America was a Suicide

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https://plus.google.com/108015835983532524536 NationofChange : In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows...
In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?
Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics - NationofChange
In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?
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