Oh, sure... let's continue that same stupidity to this forum.*eyes roll* Do you think about these things before you present them or are they just right off the cuff?<quoted text>
Want to make a bet? If I lose I will never come back on the forum. If your boy loses, you have to do the same.
Well okay. let's continue with that train of thought. I mean how Republicans shoot themselves in the foot.(When it's not in their mouth). Now, you would think that since Romney wants to cater to big business, he would say great things about them to win over the auto workers in Ohio. What does he do? He claims that General Motors and Chrysler plan to ship jobs overseas, but he is standing up against that. Whoa... stop the train. Neither company is going to do any such thing. And General Motors ripped Romney for saying that. In fact, Romney was against the auto bailout but yet profited from it to the tune of $15 million dollars! So now after making a fool of himself over the bailout, he goes and shoots himself by claiming GM and Chrysler is going to outsource (says the king of outsourcing). Wrong!
Chrysler Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications Gualberto Ranieri emphatically denied the possibility U.S. production would be affected, writing in an online posting, "Let's set the record straight: Jeep has no intention of shifting production of its Jeep models out of North America to China."
"The ad is cynical campaign politics at its worst," General Motors spokesman Greg Martin told The New York Times. "We think creating jobs in the U.S. and repatriating profits back in this country should be a source of bipartisan pride."
All this to attempt Ohio voters to vote for Romney. Romney once again shoots himself in foot in one of the most important states!!!
Better start looking for a new forum to cry on.