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Newt vs. Newt

Cyndi75 Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 12:39 PM
100% correct.
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Heh: Obama Gets Booed at Own Fundraiser

Cyndi75 Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 12:30 PM
Exactly, esevene! Plus, let's look at the regulations - Bush had 8 years where those regulations numbers were put into place. Obama has had only 3 1/2 years. At that rate, we'll have close to 2,000 new regulations under Obama if he stays in office another term.
Memo to Idahoser - Mitt won by the majority of Republicans like me, voting for him in the Primaries. It was the voice of the people who put him in place as our nominee! Candidates have to be chosen by the majority of the people. Candidates who don't receive the majority of votes in the Primaries, lose. And if they can't win the majority of Primaries, they can't win a general election. Simple math.
Romney received the Becket Foundation award for Religious Liberty because he supported the rights of the Catholic Church and fought for them. He also did everything he could to stop gay marriage in his state, and put a lot of his own money in the effort to get it repealed. He believes and worships Jesus Christ, and knows, as all Mormons do, that it is only through His Grace that we are saved. You're spewing a lot of dangerously false ideas out that that no Mormon believes. Mormons follow the teachings of Christ, and believe that each person on this earth has a choice to follow Him or not. But, we don't shun anyone who doesn't, we love them as Christ would do.
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Romney to Obama Voters: He Let You Down

Cyndi75 Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 12:47 PM
Absolutely correct Dan. Plus, why hasn't the media picked up that Obama has sent three budgets from the White House to the Senate, and not one of them has passed. Even this year's budget from Obama went down in defeat with 0 votes for it from either GOP or Dem Senators. To say the Republicans are responsible is irresponsible and ignorant.
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Romney and the Rapist

Cyndi75 Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 10:56 AM
Romney has a soul. I see a man who loves his family tremendously and is "Papa" to his grandchildren. I see a man who shut down his company for three days to find a colleague's daughter who had run away to New York City. I see a man who has lived his life, quietly serving family, friends, and the community in large and small acts of kindness, with no thought of reward or glory. I see a man who loves His Savior, Jesus Christ. I see a man who never has taken a salary for service to his country. I see a man who has compassion & kindness.
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Romney and the Rapist

Cyndi75 Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 10:43 AM
Obama is pro-abortion, even if it is a late term abortion - he's perfectly fine with that. As a grandmother who's youngest grandson was born at 24 weeks (2 lbs) and is now a very healthy, happy young infant and will be celebrating his first birthday in September, it's incredible Obama takes that stance. Romney's views are consistent with his faith, that abortion can only be considered if the life of the mother is in danger, or in cases of rape or incest, and even with those last two, only through counseling with their faith leader and professional counseling. The Mormon church has a social services adoption agency, ready to help women through pregnancy in those cases, and have adoptive parents ready who'll love them and raise them.
And get rid of Pelosi in the house - maybe by her next election!!
Here's hoping we get rid of at least 13 Senators and replace them with GOP conservatives. We need the whole law repealed! I just wish Harry Reid was up for election this cycle! We need to get him out of office!
Romney is as different from Obama as night and day. Romney is a natural born citizen - and his dad was a U.S. citizen! Romney will send out a waiver to all 50 states so they can opt out of Obamacare. Romney is for DOMA -Defense of Marriage act. He has said so many times, and fought to overturn gay marriage in Massachusetts. Romney worships and follows Jesus Christ and His teachings. He supports and defends the U.S. Constitution. Having listened to almost all the GOP debates this past year - except for one or two of them - Romney was the most articulate, with plans to turn our economy and the deficit/debt around, and is for every conservative value I hold dear. He's a winner, and we're lucky we have him running this year!
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