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Home Stretch: Romney's Massive Ad Advantage Over the Final Five Days

artdemeer Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:44 AM
Republican Rick Perry told Fox News's Chris Wallace that if he's elected President, one of his priorities will be a constitutional amendment "allowing our children to pray in school." What a pile of disingenuous rubbish. It's utterly false that children are banned from praying in public schools; nobody stops children from praying on their own time. They simply are not required to pray - but make no mistake, forcing all children to recite Christian prayers is exactly what Rick Perry wants. This is American theocracy in the making, peoples. And Rick Perry is not alone; the Republican Party is totally in thrall to this kind of Dark Ages thinking.
DCM in FL Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 1:10 PM
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Radley2 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 8:56 AM
Try praying so that others can see you and see if it is ignored.... try to get a small group together to discuss religion and see if its ignored...

It is not ignored, it is stopped.

What did Rick Perry take away one of your toys when you were a littler person?

And you feel like your in the dark because you have your eyes closed... open them up and you will see that the world really is a nice place if you join in with everyone and not just those who think like you do.

We'll get to the larger picture in a moment, I was wondering if and how Team Romney would respond to the president's "big" new idea: Creating a new federal "Secretary of Business" to help spur job creation.  Aside from sending out a short initial statement ridiculing the concept, the Romney campaign's response has been relatively muted.  Until now.  Check out their fresh television ad, which makes the important point that Obama's solution to everything involves more government control, more bureaucracy and more spending: