Romney dishonestly claims 12 million new jobs

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Curmudgeon

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Mitt Romney promised at the Republican National Convention that HE, Mitt Romney, would create 12 Million New Jobs by 2016.

The Economists Predict that 12 Million New Jobs Will Be created by 2016, NO Matter who gets elected President.

Devious Mitt Romney was trying to take credit in advance for what the economists already predicted.

Search; Moody's Analytics Predicts 12 Million New Jobs No Matter Who gets elected

Search; Economists Predict 12 Million new Jobs

Take a bow Mitt Romney, claim something that you have No Right to claim.
Curmudgeon

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Mitt Romney has been on both sides of every issue you can name.

Mitt Romney is, or has been For, and Against Everything.

Search; Mitt Romney's 1994 Letter to the Log Cabin Republicans

earch; Mitt Romney and the Wrath of the Log Cabin Republicans
Curmudgeon

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Why do Republicans rage against the Truth? Are all
Republicans devotees of George Orwell?

Paul Ryan even Lied about the time it took for him to run a Marathon. Later he admitted he "Made a Mistake." Yeah right, who forgets how long it took them to run a 26 mile Marathon?
Who wouldn't compare their time to that of other runners?

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tired of silly wrote:
So vote for the socialist and shut up. Hopefully most people aren't as jealous of the rich, looking for something for nothing, and downright stupid as you. Posting bullshit on a message board isn't going to change anyone's opinion on who to vote for, and the reality is that many people will vote for "ANYONE BUT OBAMA". The socialist MUST go, and anyone who replaces him will be an improvement.
It's kinda scary to read how this guy worships Obama. Forget which party you agree with, the bottom line is that his policies are failures. And watch, Tired- he'll come back with some Republican Party obstructionism in Congress- or some other excuse. This is what infuriates me: How neither Obama nor his supporters are capable of taking accountability for their failures. If it's always someone else's fault, then all you are is a victim and powerless to make changes for the better.
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Charles R Darwin wrote:
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It's kinda scary to read how this guy worships Obama. Forget which party you agree with, the bottom line is that his policies are failures. And watch, Tired- he'll come back with some Republican Party obstructionism in Congress- or some other excuse. This is what infuriates me: How neither Obama nor his supporters are capable of taking accountability for their failures. If it's always someone else's fault, then all you are is a victim and powerless to make changes for the better.
That's the socialist mantra. They NEED for people to think they're victims and that only the government can save them. The real American values of independence, self-reliance, and accountability totally messes up their agenda.
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Curmudgeon wrote:
Why do Republicans rage against the Truth? Are all
Republicans devotees of George Orwell?
Paul Ryan even Lied about the time it took for him to run a Marathon. Later he admitted he "Made a Mistake." Yeah right, who forgets how long it took them to run a 26 mile Marathon?
Who wouldn't compare their time to that of other runners?
Me, for one. I've run 8 marathons and I can only tell you my finish times for two of them because they are coupled with other memorable events. The other finish times I've since forgotten. Such inane facts just don't matter to me. I imagine Mr. Ryan feels the same.

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Dabney Carr wrote:
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Me, for one. I've run 8 marathons and I can only tell you my finish times for two of them because they are coupled with other memorable events. The other finish times I've since forgotten. Such inane facts just don't matter to me. I imagine Mr. Ryan feels the same.
A marathon time? That's all they have on Paul Ryan? It's not like he 'misspoke' on his country of origin, or how he got a bogus SS number, or his college transcripts, or his wife's college thesis, or WHERE 825 BILLION DOLLARS WENT.

Oh, BTW: From Forbes Magazine:

President Obama is proud of his bailout of General Motors. Thatís good, because, if he wins a second term, he is probably going to have to bail GM out again. The company is once again losing market share, and it seems unable to develop products that are truly competitive in the U.S. market.

Right now, the federal government owns 500,000,000 shares of GM, or about 26% of the company. It would need to get about $53.00/share for these to break even on the bailout, but the stock closed at only $20.21/share on Tuesday. This left the government holding $10.1 billion worth of stock, and sitting on an unrealized loss of $16.4 billion.

Right now, the governmentís GM stock is worth about 39% less than it was on November 17, 2010, when the company went public at $33.00/share. However, during the intervening time, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen by almost 20%, so GM shares have lost 49% of their value relative to the Dow.

Itís doubtful that the Obama administration would attempt to sell off the governmentís massive position in GM while the stock price is falling. It would be too embarrassing politically. Accordingly, if GM shares continue to decline, it is likely that Obama would ride the stock down to zero.

GM is unlikely to hit the wall before the election, but, given current trends, the company could easily do so again before the end of a second Obama term.

In the 1960s, GM averaged a 48.3% share of the U.S. car and truck market. For the first 7 months of 2012, their market share was 18.0%, down from 20.0% for the same period in 2011. With a loss of market share comes a loss of relative cost-competitiveness. There is only so much market share that GM can lose before it would no longer have the resources to attempt to recover.
Curmudgeon

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ian-reifowitz/p...

NO, that is Not all we have on Paul Ryan. Paul Ryan has been a devotee of the Athesit Author Ayn Rand for many years.
Ayn Rand wanted Social Security, Medicare, Unemployment Insurance, and all other Social Safety Net Programs Abolished, and so does Paul Ryan.
That is a FACT!!!!
Paul Ryan can bring his Wealthy Mommy and point out, that she is on Social Security and Medicare, but that does Not change the FACT that Paul Ryan Hero Worships Ayn Rand.
Paul Ryan's Mommy OWNS a Home in Janesville, WI, and she OWNS a Home in an expensive Florida location. Paul Ryan's Mommy does NOT NEED Social Security or Medicare.
You can't hero worship Karl Marx and his book, "The Communist Manifesto," and claim you are NOT a Communist.
You can't hero worship Ayn Rand and Her books, and claim that you want to save Social Security and Medicare for your Mommy.
Gimme a break, All of us aren't stupid.
You also can't hero worship Karl Marx for YEARS, and then claim, "Oh, I just found out Marx was an Atheist." Good God, How Dumb does Paul Ryan think we are ?
Paul Ryan claimed a few weeks ago when he was getting slammed over his long love affair with Outspoken Proud Atheist Ayn Rand's books, "Oh, I just found out Ayn Rand was an Athiest."
Gimme a Break!
That is like saying, Oh, I just found out Santa Claus had a sleigh and reindeer, AFTER, you have been telling the whole world for years that you have read everything there is to read about Santa Claus.
Ryan may be right, the Republican Base Just May Be Dumb enough to believe him, with a little help from Republican Faux News.
Curmudgeon

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http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/15/opinion/ayn...

The Catholic Bishops confronted Paul Ryan over Ayn Rand.
Faced with the prospect of being denounced to Catholic Congregations across America, Paul Ryan tried to backpedal away from Ayn Rand.

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Citing the Huffington Post? Really?

MAD Magazine is more accurate and less slanted.

And who cares what author Paul Ryan likes?

Your party is the one that banned references to God from their convention. That is all...
Curmudgeon

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-raushenbus...

Read, the link above to Paul Ryan's Catholic Dilemma
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http://www.catholics-united.org/

You don't like the Huffington Post, listen to the Catholics.
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http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/timstanley/...

Click on the Link above and discover another reason to NOT like Paul Ryan and the Republican Tea Party.

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I don't need to listen to the Catholics, the Daily Telegraph (a U.K. rag), or HuffPo.

I listen to the candidate, assess how his positions match mine, and vote for whomever best fit my expectations.
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Aug 27, 2013
 
YAWN. Reading this drivel is putting me to sleep. Mission accomplished.
I don't care about any of you.

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