Romney distances himself from Bush

Mitt Romney aims to succeed a member of his own party in the White House, but the Republican still trumpets a need for "change in Washington'' as the theme of his campaign. Full Story
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Say what

Fishers, IN

#1 Apr 6, 2007
As a very good friend of mine who is a retired military officer and a resident of Massachusett said to me this is a very DANGEROUS man. Keep clear of him.
Debby

Chicago, IL

#2 Apr 6, 2007
I'd never vote for the guy but, c'mon, you're going to need a little more justification and evidence than that, "Say what."
student

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Apr 6, 2007
I wouldn't vote for him strictly b/c he is a member of the LDS/mormon...really b/c I don't understand how any truly rational person can believe in such stuff. Automatic strike against him for not being intelligent enough to know that his beliefs are pure fantasy.
clyde

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Apr 6, 2007
what is so DANGEROUS about him? if you are going to put it out there - then help us all learn more by giving us facts.
Jack Murphy

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Apr 6, 2007
student wrote:
I wouldn't vote for him strictly b/c he is a member of the LDS/mormon...really b/c I don't understand how any truly rational person can believe in such stuff. Automatic strike against him for not being intelligent enough to know that his beliefs are pure fantasy.
Of course his religious beliefs are nuts...whose aren't? Put that aside and look at his performance which includes two outstanding executive leadership positions. He is an easy winner over the Queen of Mean.
Doc Holliday

United States

#6 Apr 6, 2007
student wrote:
I wouldn't vote for him strictly b/c he is a member of the LDS/mormon...really b/c I don't understand how any truly rational person can believe in such stuff. Automatic strike against him for not being intelligent enough to know that his beliefs are pure fantasy.
Come on.

Do Mormons pay taxes? They do.
Do Mormons serve in the armed forces?
They do.
Just because a Mormon would get elected President doesn't mean you have to become one.
I fail to see how that would have any impact on your life. It's nice to see that a religious bigot is out on Good Friday.

I would never vote for Al Gore simply because of the junk science of man made global warming he peddles to the masses.

I am not LDS, but I would vote for my man Mitt any day over McCain, girly-boy Edwards, Obama the Clown, or Nurse Ratched- er Hillary.
B Young

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Apr 6, 2007
student wrote:
I wouldn't vote for him strictly b/c he is a member of the LDS/mormon...really b/c I don't understand how any truly rational person can believe in such stuff. Automatic strike against him for not being intelligent enough to know that his beliefs are pure fantasy.
Another question: how can a rational person believe that bilge offered by the Left/Dems? Their ideas are a part of the ash heap of history, yet every two years they bring up the same unsound/refuted ideas of the past and a large percentage of irrational, uncritcal Americans vote for them. At least the LDS guy wears a good suit and most have only one wife. They clean up very well..unlike most members of the Left/Dems. And many think some things, like the transcendant, are more important then their own egos..unlike the Left/Dems
joy

AOL

#8 Apr 6, 2007
Doc Holliday wrote:
<quoted text>

I am not LDS, but I would vote for my man Mitt any day over McCain, girly-boy Edwards, Obama the Clown, or Nurse Ratched- er Hillary.
Sounds like you know how to make friends and influence people.
PLANET AMERICA

AOL

#9 Apr 6, 2007
B Young wrote:
<quoted text>
Another question: how can a rational person believe that bilge offered by the Left/Dems? Their ideas are a part of the ash heap of history, yet every two years they bring up the same unsound/refuted ideas of the past and a large percentage of irrational, uncritcal Americans vote for them. At least the LDS guy wears a good suit and most have only one wife. They clean up very well..unlike most members of the Left/Dems. And many think some things, like the transcendant, are more important then their own egos..unlike the Left/Dems
HA HA.You have absoluty no idea what your talking about.The ash heap of history just got bigger with Babushkas war, Babushkas treason, and a Morman runing for president.I mean why not, both are full of lies.
Doc Holliday

United States

#10 Apr 6, 2007
PLANET AMERICA wrote:
<quoted text>HA HA.You have absoluty no idea what your talking about.The ash heap of history just got bigger with Babushkas war, Babushkas treason, and a Morman runing for president.I mean why not, both are full of lies.
Sounds like you have no idea what you're talking about.

You've got a Mormon that is a Democrat that is Senate Majority Leader. Ever hear of Harry Reid? Why can a Mormon be Senate Majority Leader, but not President? At least Mitt has a record of accomplishment and isn't a party hack.

Your whining about the war got old two days after it started. I don't see any prominent Democrats offering specific plans to win the war against radical Islamic terrorism. Maybe you can tell us what it is. I can give you specific quotes from Deomocrat leaders from 1998-2002 warning us against the gathering threat of Saddam Hussein. Honestly, debating leftists like yourself has become the equivalent of debating a four year old, utterly pointless.
Doc Holliday

United States

#11 Apr 6, 2007
joy wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like you know how to make friends and influence people.
Perhaps, but my comments about the 3 Democrat frontrunners are quite tame compared to a lot of the vitriolic hatred directed towards the President and various members of his administration by ELECTED Democrats and their supporters, such as MoveOn and elites from the entertainment industry. If you can dish it out, learn to to take it.
Captain Planet

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Apr 6, 2007
PLANET AMERICA wrote:
<quoted text>HA HA.You have absoluty no idea what your talking about.The ash heap of history just got bigger with Babushkas war, Babushkas treason, and a Morman runing for president.I mean why not, both are full of lies.
Didn't you get Spell Check for your birthday? As to your comment....huh?
Captain Planet

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Apr 6, 2007
Doc Holliday wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like you have no idea what you're talking about.
You've got a Mormon that is a Democrat that is Senate Majority Leader. Ever hear of Harry Reid? Why can a Mormon be Senate Majority Leader, but not President? At least Mitt has a record of accomplishment and isn't a party hack.
Your whining about the war got old two days after it started. I don't see any prominent Democrats offering specific plans to win the war against radical Islamic terrorism. Maybe you can tell us what it is. I can give you specific quotes from Deomocrat leaders from 1998-2002 warning us against the gathering threat of Saddam Hussein. Honestly, debating leftists like yourself has become the equivalent of debating a four year old, utterly pointless.
Great points!!!!!!!
Planet America

AOL

#14 Apr 6, 2007
Doc Holliday wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like you have no idea what you're talking about.
You've got a Mormon that is a Democrat that is Senate Majority Leader. Ever hear of Harry Reid? Why can a Mormon be Senate Majority Leader, but not President? At least Mitt has a record of accomplishment and isn't a party hack.
Your whining about the war got old two days after it started. I don't see any prominent Democrats offering specific plans to win the war against radical Islamic terrorism. Maybe you can tell us what it is. I can give you specific quotes from Deomocrat leaders from 1998-2002 warning us against the gathering threat of Saddam Hussein. Honestly, debating leftists like yourself has become the equivalent of debating a four year old, utterly pointless.
As your beloved president once said, Well Nancy there he goes again. Leftist? Four year old? Ha,Ha Hide behind Dick Cheneyism.babushka is a complete failure. Also the Morman Church tried to get one of their own elected, their cult leader J. Smith, back in the 1800s, read the book, and try to remember the past.

Since: Mar 07

Avon, IN

#15 Apr 6, 2007
For those of you who may want to know more about the Mormon "church", look no further than a quick google search under "Mormon cult", and you'll come up with some very interesting reading. They love to put on this big pro American act, but once you start reading up on them, you'll come away with a totally view (if you didn't have it already). A cults a cult no matter how positive some of you on this list may feel about him, and he's NOT someone that should be allowed to become president of the United States.

P.S... I'm a big Democrat, and if Harry Reid ever ran for president, I wouldn't vote for him either.

Since: Mar 07

Avon, IN

#16 Apr 6, 2007
totally different view I meant to say
Greg

Zanesfield, OH

#17 Apr 6, 2007
If a politician could keep his religion in his private life and not try to inflict it into our government that would be one thing;
however the past few years have proven that is NOT possible - I don't want my constitution mixed up with his mormon gibberish!! I also don't like him because he agrees with Bush and the far-right on almost every issue and we DON'T need
four more years of that!! That being said, I don't like Clinton either - a woman president would be
a step forward, but not her!!!
I like Obama but I don't think he has a chance because I think white america is too afraid to have a black president, even a "clean one"
Lol!!
Doc Holliday

United States

#18 Apr 6, 2007
Planet America wrote:
<quoted text>As your beloved president once said, Well Nancy there he goes again. Leftist? Four year old? Ha,Ha Hide behind Dick Cheneyism.babushka is a complete failure. Also the Morman Church tried to get one of their own elected, their cult leader J. Smith, back in the 1800s, read the book, and try to remember the past.
As I suspected, you coulnd't respond to any of specific points.

Yes, I am aware that Joseph Smith ran for President back in the 1800s. What does that have to do with anything? If you're so consumed about LDS being a "cult", why don't you demand that your party remove Senator Reid as Senate Majority Leader for your party.

I noticed you couldn't offer any specific for Democrats plan to defeat radical Islamic terrorism. I know it's pointless, but I'll ask you to do it once again.
Doc Holliday

United States

#19 Apr 6, 2007
Greg wrote:
If a politician could keep his religion in his private life and not try to inflict it into our government that would be one thing;
however the past few years have proven that is NOT possible - I don't want my constitution mixed up with his mormon gibberish!! I also don't like him because he agrees with Bush and the far-right on almost every issue and we DON'T need
four more years of that!! That being said, I don't like Clinton either - a woman president would be
a step forward, but not her!!!
I like Obama but I don't think he has a chance because I think white america is too afraid to have a black president, even a "clean one"
Lol!!
Ahh, that "clean" remark ended Biden's chance to be Prez, as if anyone supported him besides himself.

Obama has served as a STATE Senator and less than a full term as US Senator, most of which he has been running for President. Outside of his smooth image and speaking skills, what specific stances on issues has he taken to earn your support?
Doc Holliday

United States

#20 Apr 6, 2007
ScottMidwestMan wrote:
For those of you who may want to know more about the Mormon "church", look no further than a quick google search under "Mormon cult", and you'll come up with some very interesting reading. They love to put on this big pro American act, but once you start reading up on them, you'll come away with a totally view (if you didn't have it already). A cults a cult no matter how positive some of you on this list may feel about him, and he's NOT someone that should be allowed to become president of the United States.
P.S... I'm a big Democrat, and if Harry Reid ever ran for president, I wouldn't vote for him either.
I'm sure those come unbiased, trustworthy sources.

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