Problem is that they have all lost sense of reality.  They have no 
understanding of what it means to be middle class or poor.  They have all been 
privileged tooo long

---- Lee Evans <> wrote: 
> I agree that neither candidate can make animal rights/welfare a major issue 
> in this election and I also agree that the economy is the major issue that 
> impacts our rescues and other people's companion animals the most.  Then I 
> look at the incumbent and see a man who was trussed up like a chicken about 
> to go into the rotisserie and I see who did the trussing up, the Republican 
> Senate.  I look at who started the sub-prime mortgage mess that led to so 
> many people losing their homes and I see a Republican President allowing 
> banks and stock brokers and CEO's of investment companies to have free rein 
> to grab the money and run.  I see an ineffectual congress trying to get a 
> fair tax program wherein people earning over a quarter of a million dollars 
> a  year would pay their fair share of taxes to run the country.  Then I see 
> Republicans putting up road blocks by saying that businesses would have to 
> shut down if taxes were raised.  Who the heck ever mentioned
>  businesses?  The problem is INDIVIDUALS who are rolling in money. I see 
> Republicans coming in with smoke and mirrors and clouding the issue, 
> confusing people into thinking that the tax hike would be on businesses.  I 
> see a ridiculous-on-both sides health care plan with over a thousand pages of 
> gibberish regulations.  What's wrong with just extending Medicare and 
> Medicaid to everyone?  What's the problem with not re-inventing the wheel and 
> adopting the Canadian health care model?  Then my friends tell me that we 
> need a business man with a good sense of the economy to run the country.  And 
> I say, these are the same people who ran the country off a cliff for 8 
> years.  I don't think I want them in the drivers seat again.  Just my opinion.

Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors 

 From: Natalie <>
Sent: Thursday, October 4, 2012 4:29 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] FW:  President

Actually very simple:  Romney’s dog on top of the car and Obama’s dog inside 
the car.
From:Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of Maureen 
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2012 1:52 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] President
Without endorsing either candidate here's some thoughts I had on deciding 
between the candidates:

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