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Don't Blame Romney

awootton Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 2:46 AM
Unlike Pat Buchanan I am not weeping about it but, instead, thinking that the sooner it happens the better. Life will go on. I will lose my social security and medicaid but it's better for my kids that way and the current business where I pay 42% (soon promised to go up) to The Tax Man will end when Washington can no longer meet payroll for the enforcement that keeps that happening. "A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until a majority of voters discover that they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury." – Alexander Tytler
awootton Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 9:18 PM
Rome is still a city in Italy. Most of europe speaks languages descended from Latin just like most of the world speaks English now. Did you read Buchanan? The US, as our forefathers knew it, is toast already. Long live the US. How do you propose to fight an unruly mob demanding bread and circuses?
Panda Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:07 AM
Dude, this isn't judo. This is skyrocketing national debt in a world where several nations want to run us over.

Remember, ROME NEVER CAME BACK. Don't assume we will.
awootton Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:03 AM
Yes. I know it sounds strange but it's a Judo move where you let your opponent rush you, step out of the way, and trip him as he passes.
Panda Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 2:52 AM
So what will you do? Vote 3rd Party, step aside, and let a united Democrat machine sail to victory every election?

Is that your solution?

We spent billions of dollars and billions of words on an election to switch from President Obama, a Democratic Senate and a Republican House to President Obama, a Democratic Senate and a Republican House.

Every election predictor was wrong, except one: Incumbents usually win.

Republicans have taken out a sitting president only once in the last century, and that was in 1980 when Ronald Reagan beat Jimmy Carter. Sadly, Reagan's record remains secure.

The Democrats ran up against the incumbency problem in 2004. The landslide election for Democrats in 2006 suggests that Americans were not thrilled with...

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