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If Obama Wins, Will He Be Another Woodrow Wilson?

annplato Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 1:37 PM
Petya, (diminutive for Peter in Russian), you sound brain damaged and definitely not ready to be a voting citizen in the USA. Hope you never will vote. What did they do to you in the USSR? How on Earth were you EVER admitted tot he US? I am an exilee from Ceausescu's Romania and through my experience I understand the importance of voting in a democratic republic in a careful and thoughtful manner. Why DO you com on TH if you cannot defend your points without using meaningless personal attacks?
Petya Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:00 PM
Speaking of meaningless personal attacks, annplato, what exactly do you call the above?

Also, learn how to read - I already said I don't vote, and listed reasons. You could also vote in USSR, and your precious Romania (though I doubt you are from there, you are just another lowly paid clownhall shill), with the same result - Waste of Time.

go vote. It won't matter. Will get your name on the jury duty list. When you are voting for lesser evil, when you are voting for Creep A just so Creep B doesn't win, Creep A thinks you voted for him, instead of you voting against the other guy.
Duke Nuk'em Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 1:59 PM
She's just one of our HuffPo ho's.
Bill1895 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 1:38 PM
Just flag and ignore Petya: he/she/it is here to interrupt a serious discussion by any means possible.
How will this election be seen in history? Obviously, it depends on who wins.

If Barack Obama is defeated, the irresistible comparison will be with Jimmy Carter. A one-term president was rejected after pursuing big government programs amid high energy prices and attacks on America in the Middle East.

Actually, that's not entirely fair to Carter. His budget deficits were minuscule next to Obama's, and in response to the Soviet attack on Afghanistan he began the defense buildup that Ronald Reagan accelerated.

Carter supported airline deregulation, which made air travel widely accessible, as well as rail and trucking deregulation, which squeezed...