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  • RageFury Angela 2012/05/25 16:20:37 (edited)
    RageFury
    They do, maybe you should actually research Romney and not just mouth the words:
  • RMN mpeskan 2012/05/24 16:02:26
    RMN
    Another lamb to the slaughter. A fence sitter. Man up and make an educated decision!
  • wildcat 2012/05/24 13:10:03
    No
    wildcat
    +1
    Oh Hell No
  • dj 2012/05/24 12:30:00
    Yes
    dj
    +2
    Yes, Yes and Yes again. Anyone but Obama.
  • Rob_Hoff 2012/05/24 12:13:51 (edited)
    No
    Rob_Hoff
    +2
    Not a decent person, lack of sincerity, spouts drivel, represents nil of my values, not much of an Obama supporter but at this point which of the two are most qualified?
  • mrdog 2012/05/24 09:51:16
    Yes
    mrdog
    +1
    Right person for the current problems facing all Americans...it is the econ. stupid..bark
  • sensiblethoughts 2012/05/24 07:22:22
    No
    sensiblethoughts
    +4
    No, he's a liar and a vulture capitalist only interested in serving up money to his rich buddies. He's part of the republican plot to destroy America as we know it! He wants to get rid of all opposition to their plot. He says whatever he thinks will get him vote and knows nothing about what he speaks. He needs to stop lying about unions, teachers, public sector employees, public schools. He got on tv today and lied about teachers' unions which means he is going along with the plot to destroy a huge voting block. If the truth be known, they are not going to get the votes because of their poor quality performance in governing. People see through their hate!
  • teamrn sensibl... 2012/05/24 11:08:34 (edited)
    teamrn
    Did he tell you that, a vulture capitalist, the republican plot to destroy America? I'm thinking of that open mic moment with Medvev (Obama), his 'one-term proposition' statement. Also this adds a bit of levity to an otherwise serious situation:.
  • Borat Obama 2012/05/24 03:08:05
    Yes
    Borat Obama
    +2
    I would support Mitt Romney. He will be a much better candidate. America needs a real change and hope. He is the one qualified to do it. The country suffers under King Odumba.
  • mwg0735 2012/05/24 02:33:42
  • herman 2012/05/24 02:25:49
    Yes
    herman
    +2
    MR ROMNEY IS THE BEST, I HAVE SPOKEN WITH HIM IN LEHIGH ACRES FLORIDA AND HE IS REALLY DOWN TO EARTH AND CONCERNED ABOUT THE AMOUNT TO PEOPLE HAVE LOST THERE HOMES, BECAUCE OF NO JOB.. iF SOMEONE COULD TELL ME ONE THING (OBOMB) HAS DONE GOOD, PLEASE TELL ME FRANK
  • Broken 2012/05/24 02:18:26
    Yes
    Broken
    +2
    ABO - Anyone But Obama!
  • cb 2012/05/24 01:56:30
    Yes
    cb
    +1
    But only because it's my only choice
  • jc 2012/05/23 23:15:14
    Yes
    jc
    +3
    Hell feckin' yeah!I want Odumbo out!Not because he is black.Because he is incompetent.Four yrs later and the quality of life in this country is far worse than when this racist piece of crap took office. obama the worst president ever in record time
  • Ron jc 2012/05/24 03:27:21
    Ron
    +1
    If his race really didn't matter, you would not have mentioned it. You exposed the True Racist.
  • jc Ron 2012/05/24 23:19:00
    jc
    Yeah,YOU!
  • Ron jc 2012/06/09 02:56:03
    Ron
    You were looking in the mirror when you said that, right?
  • Greg jc 2012/05/24 13:40:17
    Greg
    +1
    JC, your not a racist anymore than Ron is...you absolutely summed up BO's Presidency...well done!!!
  • Kitt1288 2012/05/23 23:02:37
    Yes
    Kitt1288
    +2
    ABO "Anyone But Obama"
  • Kathy 2012/05/23 22:48:42
    Yes
    Kathy
    +3
    Just ask yourself one simple Question:"Am I better off than I was four years ago". I have lost $100K in the value of my home, $150K in my IRA, the cost of gas has doubled, I'm paying $30 to $50 more a week for groceries, my Medicare and supplemental have gone up. Obama has put the country $5T more in bebt and hasn't followed thru on his promises to cut the defficet in half, and keep unemployment under 8%. How many of the 4 million he claims to have created are full time jobs that pay what they did 4 years ago. What is the real unimployment rate taking into account those who have given up looking for work. There are more people unimployed than 4 years ago. Half of new college grads cannot find work. Obama claims to have saved the auto industry. False, he saved union jobs at GM and Chrylser. Ford said no thanks to his help, they did it on their own. Ask how many nonunion jobs were lost at the 600 plus dealers that were forced to close. He didn't have to save the thousands of auto industry jobs in the right to work states in the South. I think it's time to give another team a try.
  • teamrn Kathy 2012/05/24 00:26:24
    teamrn
    +1
    Great post!
  • 925 Sil... Kathy 2012/05/24 00:56:57
    925 Silverfox
    +1
    And how is this President Obamas fault? You people are patethic! You can't find work and your morytage is ipside because of what Bush let happen to this cou
  • Kathy 925 Sil... 2012/05/24 01:52:21
    Kathy
    +1
    I don't need work I've been retired for the last 15 years and I don't have a mortgage, I paid cash in 2002. It went up $40-$50K under Bush's watch. It's now worth $100K less. If Bush did such a bad job why was he re-elected in 04. Could it have been the Democrat majority in both the House (Pelousi) and the Senate (Reed) from '06 to '10 that caused the problem.
  • Ron Kathy 2012/05/24 03:30:45
    Ron
    +1
    He stole that election in Ohio in a similar manner to the theft of the Florida election in 2000.
  • Borat O... 925 Sil... 2012/05/24 03:15:07
    Borat Obama
    Listen to yourself, fool. The mortgage crisis was already admitted by Bill Clinton. He admitted guilt. I respect him for that. King Odumba was an activist then and was advocating for Bil Clinton's Bill measure. You and your King Odumba does not fly over here. Move to another country where your lies flys.
  • jtfm 925 Sil... 2012/05/24 15:10:51
    jtfm
    Bush and Obama both bailed out the banks. They are both to blame. Mittens would have too.
  • Angela 925 Sil... 2012/05/24 17:32:51
    Angela
    Oh my.How sad you are. And you vote? Keep in mind, in 2006 the dems.took over the congress. We had Nancy with that rediculous SUPER SIZED Gavel parading through the halls of Congress (hoping for some kind of verbal attack) that didn't happen. So they had to make up the story of the black caucus being spat upon, that didn't happen either. Is the recall coming back to you now? Anyway, we had Frank and Dodd(both should be in prison) forcing banks to give mortgages to those who had no means to meet their obligations, as a result the housing market crumbled, more people lost their homes since the great depression. And BTW- the real unemployment number is closer to 20% when you consider those who are underemployed or just gave up looking. And that, my Dear is the result of the agenda of the Left.
  • Mindi Kathy 2012/05/24 01:48:51
    Mindi
    +1
    Anyone but OBumbler
  • Ron Kathy 2012/05/24 03:29:23
    Ron
    Send George Bush a Thank you card.
  • Ron Kathy 2012/06/09 02:54:25
    Ron
    Send George a Thank you card.
  • teachaman~PWCM~JLA 2012/05/23 22:37:12
    Yes
    teachaman~PWCM~JLA
    +2
    somewhat reluctantly, but yes I do ... then again, I'd vote for a dead cat in a gunny sack over Mr. Obama ...
  • dezdartis 2012/05/23 22:17:56
    No
    dezdartis
    +1
    Mitt is out of touch with the common people, and out of touch with what it takes to be president of a country. He is interested in bringing back old failed policies. Mitt is not a true job creator, he is a businessman driven solely by the bottom line. Not people but Hugh profit margins.
  • teamrn dezdartis 2012/05/24 00:28:33 (edited)
    teamrn
    "Mitt is out of touch with the common people, and out of touch with what it takes to be president of a country." What particulars support this thought?

    " He is interested in bringing back old failed policies. " That old word, 'specifics' comes to mind

    Oh, I see, he's out of touch with common people because he's wealthy? What about being wealthy makes you automatically out of touch? Because of his wife's illnesses he's seen the undesirable sides of life. Granted, I'm sure Ann Romney has had the best healthcare, but at the end of the day, breast cancer is still breast cancer and MS is still MS.These are 2 diseases that know no socioeconomic boundaries. You'd best believe he knows about the life of the common man.

    Mitt Romney wasn't always wealthy.
  • mwg0735 dezdartis 2012/05/24 02:34:59
  • LucidLoon 2012/05/23 21:40:52
    No
    LucidLoon
    +1
    Not really a big fan of Obama at this point, but Romney still seems like the worse choice.
  • teamrn LucidLoon 2012/05/24 11:19:21 (edited)
    teamrn
    "Romney SEEMS like the worse choice..." What makes him seem like the worse choice? Obama's no prize, in fact downright dangerous as shown in this video


    "AFTER THE ELECTION, I'LL HAVE MORE FLEXIBILITY..."
  • daisym0m 2012/05/23 21:31:49
    No
    daisym0m
    Absolutely not. I think he would be a mistake. President Obama was given , from George W, a mess to try to straighten out and he's doing the very best he can. I think he needs another 4 years to fix it. I only voted republican one time and that was for Richard Nixon. I learned from my mistakes.
  • teamrn daisym0m 2012/05/24 00:37:36 (edited)
    teamrn
    +1
    Yes, there was a mess when Obama assumed office, but he has had 3 1/2 years to do something about it. I didn't expect that the problem will have been COMPLETELY solved by now, but I would have expected that he'd take SOME steps to decrease our debt, not ADD TO IT!.

    And please, don't introduce that tired old mantra of of the debt was Bush's fault. We had a negative balance sheet for hearts a' coming. And I don't need to hear the old song and dance about the budget during the Clinton years; he oversaw the largest tax increase in the US history, which made balancing the budget a bit easier.
  • Mindi daisym0m 2012/05/24 01:52:44
    Mindi
    +1
    Took Reagan to get us over Carters faux pas, dunno if Romney is strong enough to get us over Obama's mistakes, but he is who we have so we have to go for him.
  • Kamen 2012/05/23 21:29:55
    No
    Kamen
    If the GOP nominates Romney, I'll be voting for Johnson in November.

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