Mitt's Detailed Plan
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Neighbor

Wheaton, IL

#1 Sep 24, 2012
http://www.mittromney.com/sites/default/files...

Love him or Hate him, you won't see his plan in the press.

This is your chance to see it, read it, and pass it along.
Neighbor

Wheaton, IL

#2 Sep 25, 2012
Hope this helped...
Retards

United States

#3 Sep 25, 2012
Neighbor wrote:
Hope this helped...
The democrats don't care about Romneys plan. Since when did they start becoming concerned with plans. Obama never had a plan and democrats are having orgasms just thinking about the guy. That BS is just another smokescreen to undermind Romney and the Republicans.
Neighbor

Wheaton, IL

#4 Sep 26, 2012
From the time I posted Romney's Plan, the Liberals out here seem really quiet huh?
Retards

United States

#5 Sep 26, 2012
They ignore EVERYTHING we post with substance. They don't appreciate solid, to the point, true in conviction politics. They are a controversial party that enjoy open end reasoning. That way they can drift which ever way the wind blows.
My Man Mitt

Merrillville, IN

#6 Sep 26, 2012
Neighbor wrote:
From the time I posted Romney's Plan, the Liberals out here seem really quiet huh?
Of course they are silent. They are just like their fearful leader who openly admits that he runs ads that are false and misleading but says, it's ok because that is just how politics works.

Their leader doesn't care about facts and neither to they.

Jack

Chicago, IL

#7 Sep 26, 2012
Guys, it's over. Move on. Concentrate on 2014 and getting back the senate.
Retards

Mokena, IL

#8 Sep 26, 2012
Jack wrote:
Guys, it's over. Move on. Concentrate on 2014 and getting back the senate.
If its over for us, its over for you too Jack. What do think, you are excluded from this?

listen Jack, times are tough for everyone now. You can't throw the towel in and give up? I made $35hr before I lost my job last year. I have 24yrs in the union. I lost the majority of my pension as well. Im working now for $17hr. It sucks. I not ready to give up and move into the projects, sit around drinking beer all day feeling sorry for myself, maybe doing a little robbing to better myself because im starving, broke, and depressed because the government welfare amounts to shit. its going to turn around. Not with Obama though telling everyone its over and concede to government control and rations. I don't believe you want that future. Because thats where we are heading with Obama and the types thar share the same ideology as him.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#9 Sep 26, 2012
Retards wrote:
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If its over for us, its over for you too Jack. What do think, you are excluded from this?
listen Jack, times are tough for everyone now. You can't throw the towel in and give up? I made $35hr before I lost my job last year. I have 24yrs in the union. I lost the majority of my pension as well. Im working now for $17hr. It sucks. I not ready to give up and move into the projects, sit around drinking beer all day feeling sorry for myself, maybe doing a little robbing to better myself because im starving, broke, and depressed because the government welfare amounts to shit. its going to turn around. Not with Obama though telling everyone its over and concede to government control and rations. I don't believe you want that future. Because thats where we are heading with Obama and the types thar share the same ideology as him.
President Obama has nothing to do with you losing your job last year. Jesus H Christ could have been elected in 2008 and the economy would be in no better shape right now. Bush left this country a big, steaming, pile of crap when he left. two trillion dollar wars, tax cuts for the rich, allowing the housing market to spiral out of control, 911 and all the unnecessary homeland security money pit, auto industry in shambles, airline industry even worse, etc! All under W's watch.

You should be thanking Obama that jobs are finally being created again. You should also be thanking him that the housing market is making a comeback. You WILL be thanking him in years to come when healthcare is more affordable in this nation.

Buddy, you're on the wrong side of the ideological aisle. Mitt and the Republicans blatantly stated that they only represent the upper half. This country is trillions of dollars in debt, and the first thing Mitt wants to do is cut taxes for the rich. Instead of cutting the deficit, he is adding 700 billion to the deficit on day one.

So, you ask, where is he going to cut? It definitely will not be military, or homeland security. Not capital gains taxes... no way. So how in holy hell is Mitt going to cut the deficit. He said that he will close all the loopholes in the tax code. He never stated how or what loopholes, and there aren't enough loopholes to cut anyways - maybe mortgage interest deduction that the middle class depends on?!?!? The point is, Mitt has no plan.

Ryan has only talked about replacing medicare with a voucher program. That's it. I haven't heard one other idea from this so called budgetary genius.

So, we are relying on getting out of our hole with a plan that Mitt doesn't have yet along with Ryan's plan of screwing with Medicare. Sounds awesome!

If Mitt does somehow miraculously get elected, I have a feeling that the separation between the rich aristrocrats who don't pay taxes, and the middle class and poor who will get crushed with levies and fees will create an even bigger gap in our countries class system.

And you'll be there waving your american flag screaming about stupid fringe issues like god, gays, and guns, and how acorn and teachers unions are the reasons this country is in shambles.

Good luck retard.
yup yup yup

Glendale Heights, IL

#10 Sep 26, 2012
Retards wrote:
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If its over for us, its over for you too Jack. What do think, you are excluded from this?
listen Jack, times are tough for everyone now. You can't throw the towel in and give up? I made $35hr before I lost my job last year. I have 24yrs in the union. I lost the majority of my pension as well. Im working now for $17hr. It sucks. I not ready to give up and move into the projects, sit around drinking beer all day feeling sorry for myself, maybe doing a little robbing to better myself because im starving, broke, and depressed because the government welfare amounts to shit. its going to turn around. Not with Obama though telling everyone its over and concede to government control and rations. I don't believe you want that future. Because thats where we are heading with Obama and the types thar share the same ideology as him.
Living up to your screen name again. You don't think 8 years of Bush had anything to do with you having lost your job?
Retards

United States

#11 Sep 26, 2012
yup yup yup wrote:
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Living up to your screen name again. You don't think 8 years of Bush had anything to do with you having lost your job?
The point was not me losing my job, it was about not giving up, wanting to better myself, continuing to work for less until better comes around, positioning the country in the right direction with the right leadership to do it.

Rejecting socialism, rejecting welfare, rejecting alcohol and drugs, rejecting crime. No wonder you guys vote for Oboma.......you just don't get it:(
Professor

United States

#12 Sep 26, 2012
Jack wrote:
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President Obama has nothing to do with you losing your job last year. Jesus H Christ could have been elected in 2008 and the economy would be in no better shape right now. Bush left this country a big, steaming, pile of crap when he left. two trillion dollar wars, tax cuts for the rich, allowing the housing market to spiral out of control, 911 and all the unnecessary homeland security money pit, auto industry in shambles, airline industry even worse, etc! All under W's watch.
You should be thanking Obama that jobs are finally being created again. You should also be thanking him that the housing market is making a comeback. You WILL be thanking him in years to come when healthcare is more affordable in this nation.
Buddy, you're on the wrong side of the ideological aisle. Mitt and the Republicans blatantly stated that they only represent the upper half. This country is trillions of dollars in debt, and the first thing Mitt wants to do is cut taxes for the rich. Instead of cutting the deficit, he is adding 700 billion to the deficit on day one.
So, you ask, where is he going to cut? It definitely will not be military, or homeland security. Not capital gains taxes... no way. So how in holy hell is Mitt going to cut the deficit. He said that he will close all the loopholes in the tax code. He never stated how or what loopholes, and there aren't enough loopholes to cut anyways - maybe mortgage interest deduction that the middle class depends on?!?!? The point is, Mitt has no plan.
Ryan has only talked about replacing medicare with a voucher program. That's it. I haven't heard one other idea from this so called budgetary genius.
So, we are relying on getting out of our hole with a plan that Mitt doesn't have yet along with Ryan's plan of screwing with Medicare. Sounds awesome!
If Mitt does somehow miraculously get elected, I have a feeling that the separation between the rich aristrocrats who don't pay taxes, and the middle class and poor who will get crushed with levies and fees will create an even bigger gap in our countries class system.
And you'll be there waving your american flag screaming about stupid fringe issues like god,
gays, and guns, and how acorn and teachers
unions are the reasons this country is in shambles.
Good luck retard.
Jack, 47% of the country does not pay federal income tax. That falls just short of half. That 47%
is primarily Obama's base. The other 53% pay
federal income tax. That should be Romneys base
according to your statement that he only cares
about the upper half. Well I pay federal income tax. So that would make me part of the upper half. If you pay federal income tax you are part of upper half Romney cares about. Welcome to the REPUBLICAN PARTY JACK! By the way JJack, if you noticed I stated I lost most of my pension..... that would make me a UNION member, which I am. I do appologize for using the NAME RETARDS TO YOU JACK AND EVERYONE. I was wrong and made a mistake. I should have used better judgement on that. I let my frustration for what's happening to our country get the best of me. I'm going back to the professor for good.
My man mitt

Springfield, NJ

#13 Sep 26, 2012
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>
President Obama has nothing to do with you losing your job last year. Jesus H Christ could have been elected in 2008 and the economy would be in no better shape right now. Bush left this country a big, steaming, pile of crap when he left. two trillion dollar wars, tax cuts for the rich, allowing the housing market to spiral out of control, 911 and all the unnecessary homeland security money pit, auto industry in shambles, airline industry even worse, etc! All under W's watch.
You should be thanking Obama that jobs are finally being created again. You should also be thanking him that the housing market is making a comeback. You WILL be thanking him in years to come when healthcare is more affordable in this nation.
Buddy, you're on the wrong side of the ideological aisle. Mitt and the Republicans blatantly stated that they only represent the upper half. This country is trillions of dollars in debt, and the first thing Mitt wants to do is cut taxes for the rich. Instead of cutting the deficit, he is adding 700 billion to the deficit on day one.
So, you ask, where is he going to cut? It definitely will not be military, or homeland security. Not capital gains taxes... no way. So how in holy hell is Mitt going to cut the deficit. He said that he will close all the loopholes in the tax code. He never stated how or what loopholes, and there aren't enough loopholes to cut anyways - maybe mortgage interest deduction that the middle class depends on?!?!? The point is, Mitt has no plan.
Ryan has only talked about replacing medicare with a voucher program. That's it. I haven't heard one other idea from this so called budgetary genius.
So, we are relying on getting out of our hole with a plan that Mitt doesn't have yet along with Ryan's plan of screwing with Medicare. Sounds awesome!
If Mitt does somehow miraculously get elected, I have a feeling that the separation between the rich aristrocrats who don't pay taxes, and the middle class and poor who will get crushed with levies and fees will create an even bigger gap in our countries class system.
And you'll be there waving your american flag screaming about stupid fringe issues like god, gays, and guns, and how acorn and teachers unions are the reasons this country is in shambles.
Good luck retard.
It is pointless to argue with you. You continue to spout off the same baseless rhetoric of all the liberals. Romney wants to lower taxes on the wealthy, blah blah blah. Sounds good for you but unfortunately it's untrue. He layed out his plan pretty clearly and it's evident to me, being in the 1 percent, that my taxes are not going down. I do not care about that. I care about the money that the government is spending and the fact that Obama is going to have no choice but to dig even deeper into my pockets to accomplish his agenda. And guess what, I am not interested in handing over any more of my money so that Obama can hand it out as he sees fit. I am able to make those decisions myself by choosing the charities that I support on my own and I can assure you that I donate a lot to my charities. I can also assure you that the people I know who do well, do the same. I know, you can't fathom that being a liberal, but most successful people do the right thing with their money. They don't have to have the government steal it from them and hand it out to be misused and abused.
Well

Glendale Heights, IL

#14 Sep 26, 2012
Neighbor wrote:
From the time I posted Romney's Plan, the Liberals out here seem really quiet huh?
We consider the source and there are no DETAILS in anything you have posted.
Pinocchio

Frankfort, IL

#15 Sep 26, 2012
My man mitt wrote:
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It is pointless to argue with you. You continue to spout off the same baseless rhetoric of all the liberals. Romney wants to lower taxes on the wealthy, blah blah blah. Sounds good for you but unfortunately it's untrue. He layed out his plan pretty clearly and it's evident to me, being in the 1 percent, that my taxes are not going down. I do not care about that. I care about the money that the government is spending and the fact that Obama is going to have no choice but to dig even deeper into my pockets to accomplish his agenda. And guess what, I am not interested in handing over any more of my money so that Obama can hand it out as he sees fit. I am able to make those decisions myself by choosing the charities that I support on my own and I can assure you that I donate a lot to my charities. I can also assure you that the people I know who do well, do the same. I know, you can't fathom that being a liberal, but most successful people do the right thing with their money. They don't have to have the government steal it from them and hand it out to be misused and abused.
You!?! A One percenter? I don't think even some of the nuttier right wingers are buying that! Mitt's tax rate was 13% because he's part of the group that makes the rules. The jerk still hides money in off shore bank accounts. I guess some people can never have enough money. It's sad. He doesn't want the Morman Church to find out how much money he's been hiding either. He's been short changing them on the tithe he's supposed to pay. You're not fooling anybody. You can call yourself a conservative but you need help, lots of it. Be thankful there are liberals out there to help take care of you when you screw up. As for the government giving out money, well I guess you missed the part where the entire U.S. financial sector lead by "successful" people had to be
bailed out by the taxpayers. Can't wait for Mitt and deep thinking Republicans like yourself gut what little regulation is left so the "successful" can tank the economy again!
My man mitt

Springfield, NJ

#16 Sep 26, 2012
First off, I don't think you know what the one percent is which is why you will never find yourself in that category. I am in the one percent because my wife and I both work very hard for everything we have. Say what you will. Jealousy is a sad thing. But don't be foolish enough to ridicule people for success. I know it's hard for liberals to believe that people can work hard and become successful without cheating and stealing just because you haven't been able to do it.
As a correction on your financial sector comments, you do realize that bill Clinton started that ball rolling don't you? Probably not but that's irrelevant.
As for the government or liberals taking care of me.... That's the funniest thing I've heard all week. I guess that and watching Obama refer to himself as "eye candy" for the women on the view. Very presidential.
As for mitt, I believe his tax rate was 14 percent which meant that he paid $1.9 million in taxes. I believe he also donated $4 million to charity. What a greedy sob. I am sure he's short changing his church. By the way, when was the last time you stepped in a church, let alone wrote a check to one? I forgot, thats ok though because you come from the party that removed the word god from their platform. Your hypocrisy is rather pathetic.
Neighbor

Wheaton, IL

#17 Sep 27, 2012
Well stated!!

I find it concerning when the local Liberals we have out here, spout exactly the same words a Liberal Pundit uses on TV. It certainly appears as if they are lemmings. Unfortunately, they actually believe the lies they are apparently told to promulgate. I am not certain they really understand the impact to them, their children, on full government control of their lives. I know they support that, say they want it, but I don't think they grasp the impact.

There are good Democrats (previously called the Reagan Democrats) who will rise to the occasion in November, and align themselves with the Conservatives t lect Romney/Ryan in a landslide. That's my prediction. Truth shall always overcome as they say.
Pinnochio

Frankfort, IL

#18 Sep 28, 2012
My man mitt wrote:
First off, I don't think you know what the one percent is which is why you will never find yourself in that category. I am in the one percent because my wife and I both work very hard for everything we have. Say what you will. Jealousy is a sad thing. But don't be foolish enough to ridicule people for success. I know it's hard for liberals to believe that people can work hard and become successful without cheating and stealing just because you haven't been able to do it.
As a correction on your financial sector comments, you do realize that bill Clinton started that ball rolling don't you? Probably not but that's irrelevant.
As for the government or liberals taking care of me.... That's the funniest thing I've heard all week. I guess that and watching Obama refer to himself as "eye candy" for the women on the view. Very presidential.
As for mitt, I believe his tax rate was 14 percent which meant that he paid $1.9 million in taxes. I believe he also donated $4 million to charity. What a greedy sob. I am sure he's short changing his church. By the way, when was the last time you stepped in a church, let alone wrote a check to one? I forgot, thats ok though because you come from the party that removed the word god from their platform. Your hypocrisy is rather pathetic.
You still aren't a one percenter. Neighbor still doesn't have a job. You still don't grasp the concept of progressive taxation. You still haven't found time to look at a history book and check out what the income tax rates were when our country's middle class grew and prospered. You still don't seem to be bothered by the fact that the vast majority of your friends, relatives, neighbors in New Lenox pay a higher tax rate than Mitt Romney. Everyone in this country has family who benefits from social security, medicare, etc. "Everyone" includes "liberals" and right wing whack jobs like you, Neighbor, Retards and Mitt Romney.
I'm well aware that Bill Clinton repealed Glass-Steagall along with overwhelming Republican approval. By the way, do you have a learning disability? You paint a scenario in your imagination where I'm not stepping foot in a church or writing a check to a church and then call me a hypocrite? How can I be a hypocrite for something I never claimed I did in the first place? It was you who made that scenario up in your mind. I can't wait to see what your imaginary "me" does next.
Neighbor

Reddick, IL

#19 Sep 29, 2012
Pinn.... Your thoughts are founded on incorrect information. I am sure you thnk your correct, but go research every point you posted above. You'll be surprised how wrong your thinking was.

Just say'n....

As for your personal attack line items on My Man Mitt, that's all they are.
Politico

Mokena, IL

#20 Sep 29, 2012
pinn stand your ground neighbor wants everyone to back up statements with documented facts. yet he pontificates his personal views and stayes as fact....IDIOT

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