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Romney: Obama out of Touch

Brandt3 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 3:18 PM
Romney is a rich pariah who simply can’t identify with ANY average American through his fog of lies and network of havened money. He’ll only continue to get booed out of the room by every group of minority and middle class voters he comes across. His religion and wealth is highly elitist and everyone in this country has had it with his kind. We’re telling Mitt he can’t buy this election! Read about the role of his money and his Magic Mormon Underwear are playing in the polls at
Snarkasterous1 Wrote: Jul 20, 2012 10:24 PM
Great point! After all, America was BUILT upon those who despise success. The American Dream isn't about success! Who do all these successful individuals think they are?'re an envious, liberal ponce.

Grow up and try to actually MAKE something of yourself, rather than appeal to the envy of others of limited capabilty and success, like yourself.

- Snark
worker Wrote: Jul 20, 2012 6:07 PM
You are sooooooooo wrong. More support is building for Romney by those who voted for Obama the first time. Some dems actually think for themselves and can plainly see where this country is headed under Obama. It's time for a change, then we'll have hope. Just open your eyes.
t252 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 9:39 PM
Teresa8 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 5:21 PM
@Brandt3 - in your rant, you said about Romney "and everyone in this country has had it with his kind". Well, let me tell you that YOU DO NOT SPEAK FOR ME (caps intended). Get your head out of your rear end. You presume to know it all, but clearly have not done your homework. Please send us a postcard from whatever hellhole you move to after Romney is elected POTUS, because it's clear to me that you would prefer to live in some backwards socialist country off someone elses hard earned dollar.
Mitt Romney sharpened his attacks on President Obama’s economic and health-care policies in appearances at a Westmoreland County business and a Pittsburgh fundraiser on Tuesday.

“He has to recognize that his policies have failed to get Americans work again,” Romney told a crowd of more than 1,000 people at Horizontal Wireline Services in North Huntingdon, which runs wires into gas and oil wells to help extract Marcellus shale gas. “I have an answer for him: liberal policies don’t make jobs.”

Later, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and former Massachusetts governor attended a fundraiser at the Duquesne Club,...