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Romney Battles for Iowa Women

clb2012now Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 6:34 PM
I am proud of Mitt's record for women in the workplace. The first step to correcting any issue is recognizing it. Then to dig into what was needed for women in the workplace to find it was flexibility. Mitt recognizes problems, gets input, analyses situations and gets results. Definable results when Massachussett's was recognized as having the most women in leadership positions including his Lt Governor. Obama's White house has had complaints of hostile workplace and the average woman's salary is only 77% of the men. (Source is whitehouse.gov for 2011 salaries as reported to Congress) Meaning that there is a glass ceiling problem of women in higher paid positions.
I want a President that can stand up for himself, his record, his policies and AMERICA.  Obama did not.  I was not surprised by Obama during the debate but many were. So to those that were, which President is going to show up for work tomorrow? Obama does not attend meeting with his job council, doesn't have department meeting, hadn't been having his security briefings. What I did NOT hear in the debate was what Obama is going to do with his next term and his "flexibility" He already goes around Congress so that is no deterrent. He refused to help other Democrats with their elections so that is no deterrent. What is he going to do? What plans? How does he expect to accomplish them? An Obama second term scares the willies out of me.
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Thoughts from Across the Atlantic

clb2012now Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 12:17 AM
I want a President that can stand up for himself, his record, his policies and AMERICA.  Obama did not.  I was not surprised by Obama during the debate but many were. So to those that were, which President is going to show up for work tomorrow? Obama does not attend meeting with his job council, doesn't have department meeting, hadn't been having his security briefings. What I did NOT hear in the debate was what Obama is going to do with his next term and his "flexibility" He already goes around Congress so that is no deterrent. He refused to help other Democrats with their elections so that is no deterrent. What is he going to do? What plans? How does he expect to accomplish them? Some of us at home do get it!
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The IRS Has Gone Rogue

clb2012now Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:57 AM
What I did NOT hear in the debate was what Obama is going to do with his next term and his "flexibility" He already goes around Congress so that is no deterrent. He refused to help other Democrats with their elections so that is no deterrent. What is he going to do? What plans? How does he expect to accomplish them? The timing of Obamacare was politically set. The nice parts before the election to be paid for after the election. Employers are seeing 15 to 20% increases for plans next year. How many will be dropping it?
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Could This Be Like Nixon In 1972?

clb2012now Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:10 AM
What I did NOT hear in the debate was what Obama is going to do with his next term and his "flexibility" He already goes around Congress so that is no deterrent. He refused to help other Democrats with their elections so that is no deterrent. What is he going to do? What plans? How does he expect to accomplish them? >
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Why Romney Won the First Debate

clb2012now Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:10 AM
What I did NOT hear in the debate was what Obama is going to do with his next term and his "flexibility" He already goes around Congress so that is no deterrent. He refused to help other Democrats with their elections so that is no deterrent. What is he going to do? What plans? How does he expect to accomplish them? >
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A Historic Debate Failure

clb2012now Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 3:44 PM
What I did NOT hear in the debate was what Obama is going to do with his next term and his "flexibility" He already goes around Congress so that is no deterrent. He refused to help other Democrats with their elections so that is no deterrent. What is he going to do? What plans? How does he expect to accomplish them?
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Geithner Goes Over the Edge

clb2012now Wrote: Apr 28, 2012 12:35 PM
Part of the Obama regime includes that you have to campaign for him. Even the white house press secretary is answering campaign questions instead of the campaign press agent (who is that again?) . This administration and the Obama campaign do not know how to politely disagree and not call or insult.
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