Romney-Ryan Debate - Indianapolis, IN

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Are you happy that Romney picked Paul Ryan as his VP?

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Mike in Miami

George Town, Cayman Islands

#1 Aug 23, 2012
Maybe something to be answered here:
Alonzo X

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Aug 28, 2012
He is a dirt bag, but Mitt choosing him probably help to elect my savior Obama
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Aug 29, 2012
Romney and Ryan the great minds with many great plans for America that will clean up the mess Obama and his Dems have created over the last 80 years, Yes those dems sure were content when they held the house for 80 years. Soon as Republicans took back the house Dems are livid lol. Now they grade congress just because republicans took over the house and most of the senate . It's laughable when Dems lose power and begin blaming like they always do for messes and wars they created. Huge deficits they created and wasteful spending, worn out welfare system and other programs they never want to fix or end. if it was up to the dems they would elect Putin for President in America lol.

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#5 Aug 31, 2012
ryan a slave master
Kathren Kluemper

Santa Claus, IN

#6 Sep 4, 2012
If he would have picked Rubio I don't know if I would have voted for him for president because of Rubio being from an immigrated family also. I think Ryan is a hard working honest American family man with American roots.

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Sep 7, 2012
I am saying no beacuse I don't want any rethuglican to win. I should have thought logicaly and said yes because he is the last nail in multi wife mormon romney's coffin!
Obama USA Pres 2008-2016

Lafayette, LA

#8 Sep 8, 2012
Kathren Kluemper wrote:
If he would have picked Rubio I don't know if I would have voted for him for president because of Rubio being from an immigrated family also. I think Ryan is a hard working honest American family man with American roots.
Wow sounds rather prejudice to me. Smh unless your as wealthy as rotten Romney you need to vote for who truly cares for working Americans
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Lebanon, IN

#9 Sep 9, 2012
The Dem's as you see Kathaleen are melting down, Obama has lost his fury and rock star status . Obama is now just another candidate again who lost his mojo and Now he blames American people and congress that he doesn't totally control like he did for two full years when he was all smiles and said to Republican's . We won, It was a mandate, The people have spoken Get out of the way now. You can leave your compromises at the front door. The same Obama and his Dem's who controlled congress gloated as they shoved Obama care down American's throats , They high five and fist bumped and said we can do anything we want now. We can make up anything we want they gleefully spoke.Obama before it's all over will have us in another war, It won't be directly with Iran. It more than likely be Syria that Iran will supply weapons to.I love how Liberals define one's wealth and whose wealthier . Oprah Winfrey again just made tons of money even as her ship is sinking down for backing and supporting Obama so strongly in the public.Yet she still was able to make huge earnings. I don't see Mr Laffayyete going after John Kerry's $199 million wealthy bank account . Al Gore another very rich Dem billionaire. Then there is those rich Dem's in New York and Hollywood and CT.Bill and Linda Gates more rich Dem Liberals .The Kennedy's more rich Liberal's.

Fishers, IN

#10 Sep 9, 2012
Obama USA Pres 2008-2016 wrote:
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Wow sounds rather prejudice to me. Smh unless your as wealthy as rotten Romney you need to vote for who truly cares for working Americans
Couldnt agree more.
Tom Sisson

Jeffersonville, IN

#11 Sep 10, 2012
I wasn't going to vote for Mitt Romney anyway. I just hope that Paul Ryan will scare more people away from Romney and get people fired up to vote.
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Indianapolis, IN

#12 Sep 20, 2012
i dont like any of them

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#13 Sep 20, 2012
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Matthews, IN

#14 Sep 20, 2012
I am a man of truth. I'm even willing to admit as Governor of Massachusetts,the state ranked 47th in job creation under my leadership.

Not only am I a man of truth,but I'm a genuine renaissance man.

I'm a man of wealth,taste,elegance,style and fame. P*ssing on the peons and convincing them that it's only rain is the nature of my game.

I'm very manly. I epitomize masculinity.

My hair is expensively sculpted and dyed twice weekly. I spend more time at the salon than most American women. Plus I spend twice as much for my cuts than John Edwards.

My finger nails are painstakingly manicured weekly as well. In fact,I spend more time having my nails done than the majority of women of the world.

I enjoy and become animated when viewing horse ballet. I disdain football and most sports. Horse dressage really resonates with me.

I spend an inordinate amount of time maintaining my fabulous year round tan. My tanning bed is custom made. I love my tanning bed.

I am a genuine fashionista. I developed a love for haute couture while spending my draft dodging years in France. I enjoyed eating quiche,sipping wine,nibbling on cheese and spending time with European aristocrats. Plus,I have a thing for pink slips. I love giving pink slips to American workers. It makes me giggle like a little girl when I give them out.

Speaking of girls...

I'm also very mercurial when it comes to decision making and my opinions. I change my mind as often as the average teenaged girl. See,my detractors believe I cannot relate to the average American. Not so! I can relate to the girls!

I was born a multimillionaire. This doesn't happen to just anyone. Thus,I came to the conclusion that I was special and unique. I didn't need to spend my youth wasting my good looks fighting in Vietnam. Wars are for the politically unconnected and Americans born of meager origins. I am very special and unique. I was born to gently walk the well manicured lawns of America's most exclusive country-clubs. I was not born to stalk the sweltering jungles of Vietnam dodging bullets. I had big ambitions for myself. I had big plans for the millions I would inherit. I was entitled to indulge any and all of my whims.

Most Americans are lazy. At least 47% of them are totally lazy. They'll never know the joy of horse dressage. The benefit of draft dodging. Offshore banking accounts. Or the joy of handing out pink slips.

S*cks to be them.

I promise to bring elegance back to the White House. Ann and I are doppelgangers for Ken and Barbie.

I hope I have your continued support. Better yet,you should attend one of my fundraising dinners! It's only $50,000 a plate.

Paul Ryan is my attack dog. He's been a good partner so far. He hasn't complained about having to ride on the roof of the car(s) we rent or upon our campaigns tour bus.

I'm the captain and he is my Gilligan.


Indianapolis, IN

#15 Sep 21, 2012
I've been wtching Ryan's politics for a long time now and I, personally, see him ruining this country--worse than it is now. I see him as a subtle nazi. Yes, this is all my own opinion....suddenly now he's wishy-washy on a lot of things but on his statement of "violent rape" takes the cake. and now he says "rape is rape" --hell no on Ryan and Romney.

Chicago, IL

#16 Sep 21, 2012
Ryan has good ideas for the country
Elbert Wilson

Indianapolis, IN

#17 Sep 24, 2012
My wife thinks he is good looking.

Duffield, VA

#18 Sep 24, 2012
Elbert Wilson wrote:
My wife thinks he is good looking.
Your wife is hot for Eddie Munster?
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#19 Sep 29, 2012
Jim wrote:
Ryan has good ideas for the country
He thought it was a good idea, along with other House republicans, to stall this country's economic recovery, in order for political gain and to make the President look bad....treasonous, i know...but, he wants your vote.....
Linda Bledsoe

Pittsburgh, PA

#20 Oct 4, 2012
After 4 years of failure, it is time for a regime change.
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#21 Oct 4, 2012
Romney on the deficit..."Well, not gonne raise taxes, but have somerevenue, more for military,if they don't want it, some technical stuff, later".......Romney on Obamacare...."Well, i like this and that of yours, but i have ideas about ins. profits, lotsa details, for now.....".......Wait..... What?.....

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