Hitler said if you tell a lie long enough and loud enough the masses will believe you. Sounds like somebody we heard last night. Romney's political philosophy is tell whatever lies are necessary and admit to nothing. Even the moderator caught him in a lie. He says he will balance the budget, and maybe he can. But HOW he would do it is just as important as the doing. He's not saying how and we pretend we don't know, but we know. His crooked business practices and brutal treatment of labor is no secret. How has he handled business in the past? The past is the visible future. His eleventh hour pretense to champion the middle class and create jobs was impressive if you think like a chicken who wakes up to a new world everyday. But when you compare what he said last night to what he has said and done before, you discover a discrepancy.
Then, of course, he has the nerve to ask us all to trust him and that the details will be fleshed out after he is elected. It has been stated by prominent economists time and time again that the draconian nature of the Romney plan will do far more tthan just give superficial wounds to the middle and working classes
We all are to be in awe when Mitt Romney says, ' make it so'!
by American View 7 years ago
OK I give up. Armageddon is coming. President makes threats, talks down to Americans, Dems plan has fake cuts and they refuse to look at Repubs offers, Repubs balking at Dems offers saying no raising the taxes. No wonder Bachmann has a migraine. Forget politics, forget which plan you think is...
by Josak 6 years ago
Obama leads in that state by 24% according to recent polling. Why does the only state to have had Romney leadership reject him entirely at both state and federal levels?
by noturningback 6 years ago
Can we ever hope to balance the budget of this country (USA) ?How can we balance the budget and pay down the national debt and who would get hit the hardest with cuts? Please explain your answer and perhaps you will get my vote for president ?
by Eric L. Andrews 6 years ago
Who won the presidential debate last night, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
by SparklingJewel 7 years ago
...this guy is a truly non-partisan, clear thinking, fiscally responsible citizen of the United States of AmericaAugust 1, 2011ALEXANDRIA, Virginia - Today, 2012 Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul issued a statement outlining his opposition to the debt ceiling deal struck between the White...
by Sue Pratt 6 years ago
To me, Obama seemed tired and distracted and Mitt seemed energized. (Of course, not knowing what the "job" entails and how hard change comes could account for some of that.) My husband, who is a Republican, is convinced that Obama planned the whole thing (for some yet unknown...
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