The Mayans will be proven right, cause the world will end soon after.
All we have to do is to look at his business record. Based on that, he will:
- Sell all the profitable states and pocket the proceeds.
- Load up the unprofitable states with debt, lay off all the citizens, sell the country for cheap to the highest bidder and let it deal with the bankruptcy.
- Offshore all the money in complete secrecy.
- Run for president of the world based on his "executive" experience and all the jobs he created.
The rich will get richer and the poor will get poorer. Seems to me there is no in between now. There's something seriously wrong when 1% as romney is, Own the majority of the wealth in this nation. It will only get worse. Romney is a chameleon.
A two-faced Chameleon I might add!
Can you believe some people are seriously gonna vote
for this guy?
Can you believe that some people are actually going to vote for Mr. Obama again.....isn't one big mistake enough!
Simple, we will have a moderate semi Democrat who hides behind the cloak of the Republican party running the country. I believe he is smart enough to overturn some of the atrocisties President Obama has commited, but other than that I see no serious move back to where we came from that made us great.
Depending on who you talk to, it'll either be the start of a glorious new Golden Age of Prosperity for everyone...or America will immediately slide into the Ninth Circle of Hell.
Don't know about the end of the world, since that isn't even what the Mayans predict, but at least we'll prevent the end of our Country as we know it.
Spending will remain high. Good programs will be cut (as in ones that return more than they cost), such as clean water grants, education and infrastructure investments. Bad programs (return less than they cost) will be expanded, such as war, military spending, immigrant bashing, in the name of God programs, etc.
Revenue will decrease or hold flat due to misguided attempts to cut taxes to stimulate job creation leaving us in a huge deficit. Debt will continue to grow.
More than likely austerity type measures will be enacted placing downward pressure on wages and benefits of the average person. The economy will tighten and contract.
It is very likely they will invent some type of bubble (such as the housing bubble) so that rich people will still have a way to invent wealth (and eventually screw regular folks when it pops).
Wouldn't be surprised if they find a new war to fight. They seem to, for whatever reason, love wars.
The real issue to watch out for in my opinion, is cuts to programs which funnel money to states and localities. I think there are a lot of busted budgets and huge debts sitting in cities and counties all over the place. Reduced federal dollars could push these places over the edge. That could be very bad.
And he will choose the wrong side regarding the environment, renewable energy, education, infrastructure, and world politics.
Other than that, it is all rainbows and puppy dogs.
They'll print new stationery for the white house, get rid of the African veldt decor in the oval office, replace Chicago pizza with Boston baked beans, substitute Romneycare for Obamacare, send Warren Buffet back home, recycle Timothy Geithner to Goldmann Sachs, and fire everyone who ever had lunch with Eric Holder, Kathleen Sebellius, or Janet Napolitano. Other than that, not much, but for being more fiscally responsible and less prone to rule by imperial ukase.
More of the same: corporations running the show, the Constitution going out the window, needless wars for oil and money, and promises that we have it better now than ever before.
If you can believe what anyone says on the campaign trail, good luck!
But with Mitt, even if you could believe him, he has flip-flopped so much on a number of issues that news reporters have made that trait of his famous.
He seems to be for things like NDAA (shredding the Constitution), jacking up our military to far greater strength (warmongering; plus we already have more military than the next 10 countries combined), racking up even more debt on top of the current nightmare ($15.3 TRILLION).
I'm still praying for a miracle at the RNC. Romney has to bow out and Ron Paul takes over. Then, maybe we can get a real president in the White House for a change. No more Goldman-Sachs puppets!
I think,, It might be Improve . because we can't say exactly ... no one to say will become like this or not become like this
Barack, Michele, the girls, Bo and Grandma too...will move out of the White house and be on their way to their next station in life.
Mitt and Ann will move in. And all those who voted for Romney will soon find out if they can spend the next 4 years bragging about their man.& screaming "We knew we were right!".......or running from being harassed by the Obama lovers....and defending their POTUS....until 4 years from now when HE moves out..........and the wheels on the bus go round and round...............
IF MITT ROMNEY IS ELECTED, IT IS MY BELIEF THAT WE ARE ALL IN TROUBLE. HIS THINKING SEEMS TO BE THAT OF A PERSON WHO IS UTTERLY INSANE. UNLESS YOU ARE RICH, IN WHICH CASE HIS DIRECTION SEEM TO MAKE A LOT OF SINCE. BUT GET OUT & VOTE. IT IS THE ONLY WAY TO BE HEARD. REMEMBER EVERY VOTE COUNTS.YES, EVEN YOURS.
by Paul Wingert 11 years ago
Although her chances of winning is next to nothing (I'd rather vote for a sock puppet), but as a worse case senereo, I would tour Canada and Europe for four years and try not to stick out as an American due to embarrasment (very hard to do). It was bad enough traveling to Canada while Bush was in...
by Allen Donald 21 months ago
There are two separate questions really:1. What if Trump successfully proves that the election was fraudulent?2. What if Trump does not prove that the election was fraudulent, but is able to gain a 2nd term because one of his political appointees makes it so?3. What if Trump does not prove fraud...
by Xenonlit 9 years ago
He is clearly a pathological and habitual liar. He has poor control over his explosive temper. He giggles when confronted about disturbing behavior he has done in the past. Who is stupid enough to vote for a man who has poor self control, an explosive temper, and is unable to tell the truth....
by Sheila 7 years ago
Should Romney run for President again in 2016? Why or why not? Who should be his running mate?
by screaming 10 years ago
Yet he managed not to serve in that war!
by Faye v 7 months ago
Are they serious? I don't know whether I should take this as a sensationalism or something to pay attention to? I usually expect better from Newsweek. https://www.newsweek.com/2021/12/31/mil … 60953.html
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