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There will be THREE candidates running for President of the United States on every ballot in America next November. Who will YOU choose?

Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA 2012/06/10 15:17:40
Mitt Romney (R)
Gary Johnson (L)
Barack Obama (D)
Other? (please comment)
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Garry Johnson Mitt Romney



All three are Harvard Grads...



All three are Family men.



All three are leaders in their own right.



All three have a specific plan and agenda for
America



All three have leadership experience, as two of them were state Governors (1 term for Romney, 2 terms for Johnson) while one has spent the last 3.5 years in an executive “On the Job Training” program.



Two of them have extensive business backgrounds with a history of creating and/or funding the creation of thousands of jobs.


One specialized in Wall Street where he founded Bain Capital, a capital & asset management corporation.


One specialized on Main Street, building his one man “handyman” service business from a college tuition funding source to a multi-state 1,100 employee corporation...from scratch.
One was a community organizer, law professor and once spent an entire year working in the private sector (which he recently described as "Working behind Enemy Lines")



So there is your choice… Three Candidates for the highest office in the land and what could also be described as the leader of the free world.



Please do your own research. YOU are the boss… are the one making the choice of who it is


YOU WANT TO HIRE to be the CEO and Manager of our nation over the next four years.



Please, learn everything you can about these three candidates, just as you would if you were hiring an employee for your own business.



Because that’s exactly what it is…


America’s Business


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  • schjaz 2012/06/10 16:33:10
    Mitt Romney (R)
    schjaz
    +11
    Johnson cannot win so I have to choose between the big dogs and lesser of the evils as usual. Since Oblahblah is the biggest liar ever to hit the presidency, I will go with Mitt.

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  • Evan 2012/06/15 20:24:46 (edited)
    Mitt Romney (R)
    Evan
    You are assuming there will be another election? I'm not so sure, not with the no-fly zone over Syria being announced by the U.S. who is in Charge of Syrian safety. Syria has now been divided between the U.S. and Russia. Damascus will be totally destroyed, along with any credibility America has in the eyes of the world. America will be done, Israel will be blamed, though God Himself will have done it, not Israel, and Russia and her group, Iran, Libya, Turkey, etc. will go against Israel, while America. helpless, stands by. Unwilling to help Israel, even if we could. Russia and Co. will get as far as the Golan heights, where Exek. 38 and 39 will come to pass. No, I don't believe we'll see 2012 elections, at all, and on Elul 29, (Sept. 13), I believe something very significant will happen..yet again.
  • Adakin ... Evan 2012/06/17 20:34:26
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Evan, I'm trying to understand how your comments are relevent to the topic. Please explain. The discussion is about the three parties and their respective candidates running for POTUS. What exactly are YOU discussing?
  • Katfish 2012/06/14 18:11:44
    Gary Johnson (L)
    Katfish
    +1
    But harvard? yuck.
  • sue.hanson 2012/06/14 05:20:14
    Other? (please comment)
    sue.hanson
    +1
    Ron Paul has my vote, even if I have to write him in, but there is a very good chance that he will beat Romney.
  • endthefed.soundmoney 2012/06/13 02:38:53
    Other? (please comment)
    endthefed.soundmoney
    +2
    No One But RON PAUL!!!
  • Adakin ... endthef... 2012/06/13 22:24:00 (edited)
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Endthefed: "the three candidates listed in the commentary are on the ballot in all 50 states (57 states for Obama supporters), which state has Ron Paul on the ballot for POTUS?"

    What specific policies or advocacies does Ron Paul support that is different from those advocacies of Gary Johnson (who will be on every ballot in every state in the union)?
  • sue.hanson Adakin ... 2012/06/14 05:23:47
    sue.hanson
    Paul may very well beat Romney and be on the ballot. It was reported today that Romney has only half as many delegates as previously reported. the main trouble with Johnson is that he is not Ron Paul and has nothing like the experience that Ron Paul has
  • Adakin ... sue.hanson 2012/06/14 12:52:13
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Sue, can you post a link to that report?
  • *K'eim*h3reg' *Peh2u *Meg' 2012/06/12 03:26:32
    Other? (please comment)
    *K'eim*h3reg' *Peh2u *Meg'
    +2
    Ron Paul.
  • Adakin ... *K'eim*... 2012/06/12 23:20:46
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Keim, the three candidates listed in the commentary are on the ballot in all 50 states (57 states for Obama supporters), which state has Ron Paul on the ballot for POTUS?
  • sue.hanson Adakin ... 2012/06/14 05:25:14
    sue.hanson
    Ron Paul was on every ballot in the primaries. He will also be on the ballot in November, since Romney has only half as many delegates as we have been told before today.
  • Adakin ... sue.hanson 2012/06/14 12:55:46
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Sue, can you post a link to the report that Romney has only half the delegates that were previously reported? And if Romney has only half the delegates, what about the other candidates that had won various states? How about Santorium? How many did he have previously reported? Did they get his figures wrong too? Why should we assume that only Romney's delegates were incorrectly documented?

    Please post a link to your information and provide support for your statements.

    Thanks! AV
  • Charles E 2012/06/11 06:45:37
    Gary Johnson (L)
    Charles E
    +1
    Also circulating petitions to make sure he is on my state's ballot.
  • Adakin ... Charles E 2012/06/12 01:24:07
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Charles, it's my understanding that the Libertarian Party has qualifed for ballot access to all 50 states (or 57 states for Obama supporters)... But please, check w/your state election commission to confirm this. Thanks AV
  • Charles E Adakin ... 2012/06/12 15:05:44
    Charles E
    Not yet, since the petitions have not yet been officially submitted.
    But they will be!
  • Adakin ... Charles E 2012/06/12 23:23:29
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Really? I thought the LP was on the ballot in '08 in the People's Republic of Illinois... why would they NOT be on the ballot this time? Oh, silly me... the Demopublicans make the rules! Okay sorry

    Please let us know when the ballot access petition is successful. Thanks AV
  • Zak Smith 2012/06/11 06:07:56
    Gary Johnson (L)
    Zak Smith
    +2
    With Ron Paul retiring we need to pass his role of carrying the Libertarian torch to a new generation. Gary Johnson is the man for that job as well as the only one of the three nominees that knows what needs to happen to save this country from itself.
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2012/06/11 04:56:19
    Mitt Romney (R)
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    +1
    He is not my first choice. I wanted Huckabee to run.
  • Adakin ... ☆stillt... 2012/06/12 01:33:06
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Romney wasn't my choice either.

    I was hoping that Herman Cain would make it past David Axelrod's attack dogs, but the other side wanted to run against Romney (who Barry & Co REALLY wanted to go up against)

    Lord knows they didn't want to have to deal with a REAL black man, much less a BUSINESSman that earned his money the old fashion way... and worked his way through American schools, instead of attending an Indonesian Islamic Madrassah as a child and then getting a foriegn student grant to go to Occidental College and a benefactor for Harvard.
  • ☆stillt... Adakin ... 2012/06/12 01:46:11
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    Well stated!!
  • Rude I3itch 2012/06/11 04:05:50
    Barack Obama (D)
    Rude I3itch
    +2
    didnt vote for him in '08 but hes won me over
  • Charles E Rude I3... 2012/06/11 06:48:11
    Charles E
    What has he done to make you think he is more diserving in 2012 than he was in 2008?
  • Rude I3... Charles E 2012/06/11 18:12:58
    Rude I3itch
    killed osama bin laden
  • Charles E Rude I3... 2012/06/11 18:36:39
    Charles E
    Took credit for killing OBL from the Navy seals who took all the risks and pulled the triggers.

    And now this never served community organizer's supporters and proxies are calling his principal opponent a "draft dodger" even though he was never drafted.
  • Rude I3... Charles E 2012/06/11 19:35:32
    Rude I3itch
    romney was a draft dodger romney is not a good man... hes the reason im voting for obama
  • Adakin ... Rude I3... 2012/06/12 01:37:25
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Blonde, did Barry do anything more than what any other president would do in that situation? Remember it was Bush's team that got the information that lead the Navy Seals to where UBL was hiding. It was the waterboarding that got that information... Waterboarding that Obama objected to.

    Again, please explain what Obama did that any other president wouldn't have done.
  • Rude I3... Adakin ... 2012/06/12 02:39:04
    Rude I3itch
    bush gave up the search for osame bin laden, said it wasnt a priority instead forcing democracy on iraq is more important
  • Adakin ... Rude I3... 2012/06/12 03:33:05 (edited)
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Can you provide any evidence or citation for where "bush gave up the search for osame bin laden"?

    Bush did state that since UBL's assets had been seized and/or frozen, and that he was no longer able to use normal methods of communications, that he was rendered pretty much useless to Al-Qaida as a leader, but it was Bush's methods of information extraction that obtained the location of UBL's message currier. Obama waited months before finally giving the approval to have him whacked. Why is that?

    I'm curious what evidence you have of Bush "giving up" the hunt for UBL. Please provide a credible source.

    Did Obama do anything that any other president wouldn't do regarding UBL?

    Thanks AV
  • sue.hanson Rude I3... 2012/06/14 05:29:01
    sue.hanson
    He gave it up because BinLadenhad nothing to do with 9-1 AND HE DIED OF LIVER FAILURE YEARS AGO.
  • Adakin ... sue.hanson 2012/06/14 12:58:26
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Can you provide any link to evidence or citation for your statement about UBL dieing from liver failure?
  • Rude I3... sue.hanson 2012/06/14 16:46:06
    Rude I3itch
    wheres the proof of that
  • Adakin ... Rude I3... 2012/06/14 17:48:07 (edited)
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    That's funny, Blonde... YOU of all people asking for someone to prove a statement to you when I've asked you several times to support your wild claims... for instance... "Can you provide any evidence or citation for where "bush gave up the search for osame bin laden"?" or "Did Obama do anything that any other president wouldn't do regarding UBL?"

    So good luck with asking others to provide you with proof of their statements.
  • Rude I3... Adakin ... 2012/06/14 19:39:15
    Rude I3itch
    yeah i dont bother reading more than a sentance of what you type... you're just not an intersting person... sorry dont talk to racist teabaggers:(
  • Adakin ... Charles E 2012/06/12 01:38:33
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +2
    Charles, she already said she was a blonde. What more explanation do you need?
  • Rude I3... Adakin ... 2012/06/12 02:38:19
    Rude I3itch
    so clever with the low blows like being blonde is a bad thing...
  • Adakin ... Rude I3... 2012/06/12 03:37:24 (edited)
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    +2
    I'm a blonde so I know from where you come from.... Being blonde is one thing. But making statements without evidence or credible support is another.

    Obama didn't do anything that ANY other president would have done.

    If Bush, Romney, Clinton or Nixon had passed up taking down UBL, he would have been a mockery of a president. What Obama did wasn't anything special.

    Oh wait... Clinton DID have the opportunity to kill UBL and he hesitated long enough for UBL to excape.

    Of course Clinton DID make a mockery of the office of POTUS.
  • Rude I3... Adakin ... 2012/06/12 03:45:19
    Rude I3itch
    eat me bitch
  • Adakin ... Rude I3... 2012/06/12 23:33:38
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Excellent response, Blonde!

    I was hoping that you would have represented us blondes with just a little bit more class, but then, as Charles said, you sure know how to reinforce a stereotype!

    And not just a "blonde" stereotype, but a typical Obama supporter stereotype that cannot defend their rash and unsupported claims.

    When the Obama supporters run out of reason and logic in a debate, the stereotypical OB jock-strap (i.e. "supporter", for the 'blonde' readers of this dialog) uses the same debate technique that you just did.
  • Rude I3... Adakin ... 2012/06/13 00:20:24
    Rude I3itch
    i could of come back with facts and research but i was gonna go out and party and drink and whatever i wanted because im young blonde and beautiful your old ugly fat racist with a teabagger body
  • Adakin ... Rude I3... 2012/06/14 13:09:04 (edited)
    Adakin Valorem~PWCM~JLA
    Ah yes... .even more rash and unsupported claims by a child with little understanding the real world.

    Enjoy your youth today.. because in just a few fleeting moments you too will be old, fat, ugly as a single mom with nothing but fading memories of drunken, drug-crazed revelling of you on your knees provindg random BJ's in night club parking lots to all of your fleeting "friends"...

    Yup...in a few short years, with babies clinging to your sagging boobies, you too, will be one of the ones demanding the Federal Government. that I support you via your agent of plunder, His Highness Barry Soetoro Obama.

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