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Will Mitt Romney run again in. 2016?

cut and paste king 2012/11/17 06:42:27
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  • katrina.lantz 2013/01/26 17:24:12
    Yes
    katrina.lantz
    +1
    If we are lucky, he will. If we build the movement, he will lead it. Some of us think it's impossible, others are eternal optimists. But we all agree that Mitt Romney was the most qualified GOP candidate to run in decades. Misrepresented by the media, vindicated these last few weeks as many of his predictions have come to fruition, Governor Mitt Romney has the executive experience, the conservative core, and the... ahem, fundraising prowess to take on whomever the Democrat National Convention nominates in 2016. He came sliver close to beating an incumbent. Imagine what he could do against a noob. Romney 2016 (Third time's the charm - Reagan)
  • jared.t... katrina... 2013/03/26 19:22:07
    jared.townsend1
    +1
    Right on Katrina! Romney didn't lose in 2012, America did! In 2016, we'll ned him even more. Come join the movement to get him to run. Search Facebook groups (not pages): Mitt Romney 2016
  • cut and... katrina... 2013/03/26 20:06:40
  • cut and... katrina... 2013/03/26 20:07:54 (edited)
    cut and paste king
    Romney/ Bachmann vhjioo
  • fourr katrina... 2013/04/29 00:05:58
    fourr
    +1
    ROMNEY is the only LEADER who can fix our ECONOMY,,,HE WILL STOP THE RED CHINESE as he knows how to bring home our economy.....MITT 2016
  • cut and... katrina... 2013/04/29 00:29:05
    cut and paste king
    lots of luck
  • cut and paste king 2012/12/10 10:42:23
    Yes
    cut and paste king
    Romneys new look for 2016 Jkkgjk
  • Dr. Jimmie 2012/11/20 19:55:40
    No
    Dr. Jimmie
    I hope not, he's an idiot.. It's pathetic, hearing his speeches. Oy.
  • cut and... Dr. Jimmie 2012/11/20 19:57:49
  • Ace 2012/11/19 09:13:39
    Yes
    Ace
    +2
    Yes, go Romney! 2016. (◑.̃◐)
  • cut and... Ace 2012/11/19 09:14:35
    cut and paste king
    Puuk!
  • Ace cut and... 2012/11/19 09:17:39
    Ace
    +1
    I'll never repent, neveeeeer!! You people just don't get it. And, I'm not going to waste my time trying to explain it either.
  • cut and... Ace 2012/11/19 09:28:50
  • Ace cut and... 2012/11/19 09:47:14
    Ace
    +1
    No, not the dreaded political graphics!! Alright. That does it. Take this!...you Libbyhead!!!!
    the liberal brain
    the liberal brain

    (◑.̃◐)

    Go Mitt! 2016
  • cut and... Ace 2012/11/19 10:59:09
  • cut and... Ace 2012/11/19 11:03:28
    cut and paste king
    The reason this country is in such a mess is because of the republicans with 4 stock market crashes 11 trillion in debt and the 8 million laid from last republican admin
  • Ace cut and... 2012/11/22 05:45:47 (edited)
    Ace
    +1
    You don't saaaayy. 8 million laid from the last republican admin.

    crap meter

    Care to edit?
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/04 04:49:04
    cut and paste king
    You have to be too stupid not to know that 8 million got laid off from the economic crash of sept 2008
  • Ace cut and... 2012/12/10 10:06:36
    Ace
    Well, if I have to be there's no sense in me arguing about it. Certainly you've come across stupider than that here on SH. Now, I completely doubt YOUR stupid-o-meter. That must mean I'm not nearly as stupid as you think...Felled!...by your own words! :)

    arguing stupider sh completely doubt stupid-o-meter stupid felled
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 10:37:08
    cut and paste king
    Just say no! Jill mm
  • Ace cut and... 2012/12/10 11:48:40
    Ace
    Some people like what they're doing, silly. Just say no only works for those who already intend to say no. Do you agree?
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 12:14:47
    cut and paste king
    100 percent
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 10:38:19
    cut and paste king
    What many Americans have felt all year is now official: The U.S. economy has been in a recession since December 2007. And things aren’t looking to get better. The labor market recession is worsening at an accelerated pace. Economic growth is unlikely to strengthen significantly any time soon as people are losing their jobs and businesses are pulling back their investments. This recession makes a bad situation worse for America’s families.
    The last business cycle that ended in December 2007 was marked by the weakest employment growth since the Great Depression, flat wages, declining benefit coverage, and deep indebtedness—in short, we are woefully unprepared for the current crisis. As the labor market recession accelerates, more and more families are succumbing to the pressures, declaring bankruptcy, and defaulting on their loans. Policymakers need to step in before the current economic downturn becomes even longer, deeper, and more painful for more Americans.
    1. Job losses accelerate. The U.S. economy lost 1.9 million jobs in the first 11 months of 2008, including 533,000 jobs in November. This was the largest negative job growth rate since May 1980. Almost half of all job losses in 2008—44.6%—came during the last two months.
    2. GDP growth turns negative. In the third quarter of ...








    What many Americans have felt all year is now official: The U.S. economy has been in a recession since December 2007. And things aren’t looking to get better. The labor market recession is worsening at an accelerated pace. Economic growth is unlikely to strengthen significantly any time soon as people are losing their jobs and businesses are pulling back their investments. This recession makes a bad situation worse for America’s families.
    The last business cycle that ended in December 2007 was marked by the weakest employment growth since the Great Depression, flat wages, declining benefit coverage, and deep indebtedness—in short, we are woefully unprepared for the current crisis. As the labor market recession accelerates, more and more families are succumbing to the pressures, declaring bankruptcy, and defaulting on their loans. Policymakers need to step in before the current economic downturn becomes even longer, deeper, and more painful for more Americans.
    1. Job losses accelerate. The U.S. economy lost 1.9 million jobs in the first 11 months of 2008, including 533,000 jobs in November. This was the largest negative job growth rate since May 1980. Almost half of all job losses in 2008—44.6%—came during the last two months.
    2. GDP growth turns negative. In the third quarter of 2008, GDP declined at an annual rate of 0.5 percent, the largest decline since the third quarter of 2001. The drop in growth was caused by a drop in consumer spending by an annualized rate of 3.7%—the largest decrease since the second quarter of 1980.
    3. Unemployment rates reflect broad labor market recession. In November 2008, the unemployment rate was 6.7%—the highest level since September 1993. The African-American unemployment rate stood at 11.2%, the Hispanic unemployment rate at 8.6%, and the unemployment rate for whites at 6.1% in November 2008.
    4. Wages remain flat. Factoring in inflation, hourly wages were only 0.6% higher and weekly wages were the same in October 2008 as in December 2007, when the last business cycle ended.
    5. Americans never recovered benefits lost during the last business cycle. The share of private-sector workers with a pension dropped from 50.3% in 2000 to 45.1% in 2007, and the share of people with employer-provided health insurance dropped from 64.2% in 2000 to 59.3% in 2007.
    6. Family debt contracts from record high levels. Household debt averaged 130.3% of disposable income in the third quarter of 2008, down from a record high of 133.5% at the end of 2007, but higher than any level recorded before September 2006.
    7. The housing crisis deepens. New home sales in October 2008 were 40.1% lower than a year earlier with only 433,000 units sold, which was also the lowest level since January 1991, even though median sales prices dropped by 7.0% since October 2007. Existing home sales were 1.6% lower in October 2008 than a year earlier, but their prices also dropped by 11.3% during the same period.
    8. Homeowners lose wealth. The value of all homes fell by 4.1%, or $656 billion, in the third quarter of 2008 after accounting for inflation. Over the course of one year, families lost $2.4 trillion in home values. Home equity as a share of home value also fell to a record low of 44.7% in the third quarter of 2008.
    9. Mortgage troubles mount. One in 10 mortgages is delinquent or in foreclosure. In the third quarter of 2008, the share of mortgages that were delinquent was 7.0%, and the share of mortgages that were in foreclosure was 3.0%. The share of new mortgages going into foreclosure stayed at its record high of 1.1% in the third quarter.
    10. Families feel the pressure. Credit card defaults rose to 5.6% of all credit card debt by the third quarter of 2008, an increase of 35.4% from the fourth quarter of 2007.
    11. The trade deficit remains high. In the third quarter of 2008, the trade deficit was at 4.9% of gross domestic product. Despite declining slightly, the trade deficit remains at a historically high and ultimately unsustainable level.
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  • Ace cut and... 2012/12/10 11:40:49 (edited)
    Ace
    "things aren’t looking to get better ...market recession is worsening at an accelerated pace ...people are losing their jobs ...a bad situation worse ...weakest employment growth ...the Great Depression ...flat wages, declining benefit coverage, and deep indebtedness—in short, we are woefully unprepared for the current crisis. As the labor market recession accelerates ...pressures ...downturn becomes even longer, deeper, and more painful..."

    Worse...(Mayans?) ...gloom and doom stuff, man. Are you arguing FOR Obama or against? Because that (^) doesn't really recommend him very much now does it. I DID originally say, "go Romney! 2016. (◑.̃◐)" Certainly, a man with an economic background would be better suited to helping our economy than a good public speaker. Have you changed your mind? I will mark it on my calendar if you have. And, are you a statistician? Do you really expect me to read through all of that and have an epiphany? As a Romney supporter that is.
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 11:52:08
    cut and paste king
    Good businessman have been lousy presidents the last two were jimmy carter and george bush sr
    As per romney i never liked him besides he left mass governorship with a 43 approval rating
    I m definetly a supporter of obama along with the 53 million that got him elected
    Economist. People that know more than me and you. Said that we took a big big hit in 2008 and that the economy would take about 10 years to recover
    We have 14 million properties in america empty and thats the first priority in getting the economy back
  • fourr cut and... 2013/04/29 00:09:37
    fourr
    ROMNEY will have to rebuild the USA after Obama sends all our wealth to RED CHINA,,,,,ROMNEY IS THE ONLY LEADER WHO CAN FIX THE MESS OBAMA HAS CREATED.
  • Ysggirb Ace 2012/12/04 04:52:13
  • Ace Ysggirb 2012/12/10 10:38:19 (edited)
    Ace
    Bush: 8
    Cheney: 0

    Have you seen Cheney? One word: nowayinhell. That's all I'm saying.

    Oh, you liberals and your loose murals. You people want to screw everything in sight! And you all want free condoms too. Gimmie, gimmie. I feel a COMMIE rant coming on, but it's Christmas, so I suppose I have to act like I don't hate. I know, I'll just grit my teeth and wait it out.

    Bloody Demonicommiekenyacrats!!

    Marxist!
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 11:23:32
    cut and paste king
    The problem is that the majority of people in welfare are republicans
    And the congress that rules our money today is republican and they already have wasted 3 1/2 trillion dollars in the 2 years they took over it
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 10:41:36
    cut and paste king
    Beginning in 2008, Increased Layoffs and Changes in the Unemployment Insurance System Have Expanded the Number of Recipients and Federal Spending for Benefits
    Far more workers were laid off in 2008 and 2009 than in 2006 and 2007. The number of workers who lost their job and started receiving UI benefits peaked at 14.4 million in 2009, whereas an average of roughly 8 million laid-off workers started receiving benefits in each fiscal year from 2004 to 2007. Having so many more workers eligible for unemployment benefits would have substantially increased the number of recipients in the absence of any change in UI policies, but federal policies also were changed in ways that further expanded the number of UI recipients.
  • Ace cut and... 2012/12/10 11:47:00
    Ace
    Statistics. Why are the people polarized?
  • Ysggirb Ace 2012/12/04 04:46:13
  • Ace Ysggirb 2012/12/10 11:18:26
    Ace
    Oh, I'm sure its...
    Campbell s soup liberal soup
    ...but a liberal cleared the shelf out and didn't leave any...
    Campbell s soup funny graphic
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 11:19:48
  • Ace cut and... 2012/12/10 11:21:25
    Ace
    What the heck are you doing up at 3 a.m.?
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 11:24:46
    cut and paste king
    Its 6 am in beautiful miami beach
  • Ace cut and... 2012/12/10 12:02:21
    Ace
    Sounds lovely ...if one's in beautiful Miami Beach. Here, it's late. Very, very late. Later gater.
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 12:15:39
    cut and paste king
    In a while crocodile
  • Ace Ysggirb 2012/12/10 11:19:08
  • cut and... Ace 2012/12/10 11:21:24
    cut and paste king
    Im a conservative republican

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