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IDGAF

Tewksbury, MA

#70 Sep 9, 2012
Warrior,

You are comparing a rock to a very special person. Mitt Romney's name should never share the same sentence as President Reagan. The only thing this clown has in common with The Big R is that he's running for president.

Keep in mind that these are very different times as well. There's no cold war for Mitt to use here. The War on Terror has gotten old and people don't want to hear about it anymore. Iran and Israel can destroy one another and it affects us very little other than the Iranian oil fields become fair game for all.

Romney wil require intervention from The Big Man in the heavens in order to win.

This guy has nothing to run on except to say that Obama isn't getting the job done.

He claims great success as a business man, which is questionable. Even being a big business guy, you can't just step in as POTUS and say. Ok, we are gonna break apart this company. We are outsourcing our defense to china. We are outsourcing our healthcare to India. We are outsourcing social security to the Phillipines. We are outsourcing our lack of jobs to Russia.

I don't see him fixing a thing. Obama will not fix anything either.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#71 Sep 9, 2012
IDGAF wrote:
Warrior,
You are comparing a rock to a very special person. Mitt Romney's name should never share the same sentence as President Reagan. The only thing this clown has in common with The Big R is that he's running for president.
Keep in mind that these are very different times as well. There's no cold war for Mitt to use here. The War on Terror has gotten old and people don't want to hear about it anymore. Iran and Israel can destroy one another and it affects us very little other than the Iranian oil fields become fair game for all.
Romney wil require intervention from The Big Man in the heavens in order to win.
This guy has nothing to run on except to say that Obama isn't getting the job done.
He claims great success as a business man, which is questionable. Even being a big business guy, you can't just step in as POTUS and say. Ok, we are gonna break apart this company. We are outsourcing our defense to china. We are outsourcing our healthcare to India. We are outsourcing social security to the Phillipines. We are outsourcing our lack of jobs to Russia.
I don't see him fixing a thing. Obama will not fix anything either.
Well, just click your heels together 3 times and say I'm not in Kansas any more Toto! That should help. If you want to live your life in the dumps, moping around whining all the time that's up to you! You can always decide to be part of the solution instead of the problem! Romney wins this thing I guarantee it!
IDGAF

Tewksbury, MA

#72 Sep 9, 2012
You are funny. Obama will win. I am fortunate to not be in the less than 40k range, so my life is excellent regardless of which figurehead we pick.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#73 Sep 9, 2012
IDGAF wrote:
You are funny. Obama will win. I am fortunate to not be in the less than 40k range, so my life is excellent regardless of which figurehead we pick.
I urge you to not vote then!
IDGAF

Tewksbury, MA

#74 Sep 9, 2012
Here's a friendly, silly question for you. Why do you believe Romney will win? Also, what do you think he will do for the country based on his experience.

I've always gone republican, even though I cannot say that I've been impressed with their candidates. I don't believe the lies that they are spewing. It seems to me that their platform is way to the side of the 1 percenters. I'm not convinced that giving tax breaks to rich people will make much of a difference when they are making money hand over fist overseas.

I don't see that motivating the really wealthy to bring jobs back to the US. Why would you when operating costs are so much lower elsewhere?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#75 Sep 9, 2012
IDGAF wrote:
Here's a friendly, silly question for you. Why do you believe Romney will win? Also, what do you think he will do for the country based on his experience.
I've always gone republican, even though I cannot say that I've been impressed with their candidates. I don't believe the lies that they are spewing. It seems to me that their platform is way to the side of the 1 percenters. I'm not convinced that giving tax breaks to rich people will make much of a difference when they are making money hand over fist overseas.
I don't see that motivating the really wealthy to bring jobs back to the US. Why would you when operating costs are so much lower elsewhere?
Just by reading your post I can tell you are a liberal. No matter what I post here it will never change your mind. I see right through you, you are baiting me like the race baitors do so well to those unsuspecting souls. Enjoy your HOPE and CHANGE!
IDGAF

Tewksbury, MA

#76 Sep 9, 2012
Warrior,

Those were serious questions. I don't give a damned to bait you. I am truly serious in trying to understand what you are seeing in Romney. I will mention once again that I have always been a republican even though honestly, the candidates really suck. The last great republican left the planet a few years after the cold war.

If your policy is anybody but Obama, I can understand and respect that. I just don't see the landslide as you've described it, so I'd like to see if I'm missing something. I dislike both candidates enough to not want to vote.

Obama has not performed as expected by the masses. Then again, anyone thinking that one guy would change verything in 4 yrs is nuts. There are 500 others that make the real decisions.

Romney, I am not convinced will do any better. His success at Bain is good. There are lots of bad things there too. How would he apply his being the decision maker in a private company where if people don't listen to him he just tears the page out and fires and starts all over again? As president, he would not be able to simply fire the senators and representatives if they go against his wishes. Running a private company and running govt are very different.

Don't get me wrong, I wish we had another Ronald Reagan, but we don't.

Should I assume that you simply don't know why Romney is better?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#77 Sep 9, 2012
IDGAF wrote:
Warrior,
Those were serious questions. I don't give a damned to bait you. I am truly serious in trying to understand what you are seeing in Romney. I will mention once again that I have always been a republican even though honestly, the candidates really suck. The last great republican left the planet a few years after the cold war.
If your policy is anybody but Obama, I can understand and respect that. I just don't see the landslide as you've described it, so I'd like to see if I'm missing something. I dislike both candidates enough to not want to vote.
Obama has not performed as expected by the masses. Then again, anyone thinking that one guy would change verything in 4 yrs is nuts. There are 500 others that make the real decisions.
Romney, I am not convinced will do any better. His success at Bain is good. There are lots of bad things there too. How would he apply his being the decision maker in a private company where if people don't listen to him he just tears the page out and fires and starts all over again? As president, he would not be able to simply fire the senators and representatives if they go against his wishes. Running a private company and running govt are very different.
Don't get me wrong, I wish we had another Ronald Reagan, but we don't.
Should I assume that you simply don't know why Romney is better?
Assume what you want. You know Obama brought no experience to the table when he was elected and that is why we are in the mess we are in. You are a LIBERAL! I busted you. You need to go back to your puppet masters and tell them it didn't work. They will give you more talking points and spin you in a different direction!
IDGAF

Tewksbury, MA

#78 Sep 9, 2012
Warrior,

How do you make the connection to liberalism? I'm curious now. I must have mentioned several times how I don't care for Obama as a candidate. I have also mentioned that I don't care for Romney.

In your mind, what kind of experience does a guy need to run for president? I have to agree that Obama had no clue what he was signing up for and many days I still wonder if the guy is in tune with the common man.

Are you saying that Romney doesn't know what he's getting into either and doesn't have experience to be president? Ronald Reagan didn't have experience either, but he was a special person at a special time in history.

You've mentioned liberalism. What side do you lean to? Conservative? Socialist? Marksism? I hardly consider myself a liberal and have no personal interests in politics other than they are disappointing a nation with low performers.

My agenda is to reduce laws to the bare minimum so that people can work. Government should be as small as possible, if not smaller. People need to take care of themselves and the government needs to step back. We need to limit social programs with time limits and we need to stop American companies from sending work outside. We need to impose stiff tarrifs on all imports. We need to get rid of Nafta, Cafta and all free trade. We need to hold people accountableat all levels of govt. We need to restructure public education,'cause it's broke. We need to impose a flat 15-20 percent tax across the board for all govt fuctions. No state. Federal. City. One tax and we are all done.

Does that sound liberal? If that is liberal than call me what you wantn but backup what you say.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#79 Sep 9, 2012
IDGAF wrote:
Warrior,
How do you make the connection to liberalism? I'm curious now. I must have mentioned several times how I don't care for Obama as a candidate. I have also mentioned that I don't care for Romney.
In your mind, what kind of experience does a guy need to run for president? I have to agree that Obama had no clue what he was signing up for and many days I still wonder if the guy is in tune with the common man.
Are you saying that Romney doesn't know what he's getting into either and doesn't have experience to be president? Ronald Reagan didn't have experience either, but he was a special person at a special time in history.
You've mentioned liberalism. What side do you lean to? Conservative? Socialist? Marksism? I hardly consider myself a liberal and have no personal interests in politics other than they are disappointing a nation with low performers.
My agenda is to reduce laws to the bare minimum so that people can work. Government should be as small as possible, if not smaller. People need to take care of themselves and the government needs to step back. We need to limit social programs with time limits and we need to stop American companies from sending work outside. We need to impose stiff tarrifs on all imports. We need to get rid of Nafta, Cafta and all free trade. We need to hold people accountableat all levels of govt. We need to restructure public education,'cause it's broke. We need to impose a flat 15-20 percent tax across the board for all govt fuctions. No state. Federal. City. One tax and we are all done.
Does that sound liberal? If that is liberal than call me what you wantn but backup what you say.
LOL! Tell your liberal handlers "nothing works on this guy, what next?"

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