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My Dream Speech for Mitt Romney

DrFloyd Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 12:32 PM
Amen, brother Prager. There has not been an election in my lifetime in which it has been so clear that two diametrically opposed views of America are the crux of the election. Are we to become, as Obama has clearly stated is his desire, just another nation at the table of nations? Or the greatest accomplishment of the human race. American exceptionalism is important not just to we Americans, but to humanity as well. And, Mr. Prager, you should be ashamed of yourself: They are the Democrat party, no "ic" at the end. Certainly, you realize that they are as far from being democratic as can be imagined. I know it's a small matter, but it is the basis for some people preferring to vote for the party that's democratic.
The Original King Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 12:48 PM
Dr Floyd......can you tell me exactly when it was that Pres Obama "clearly stated" that it is his desire that we become "just another nation at the table of nations".I'm assuming that you think that this is his GENERAL "desire" and was not simply some comment made about a particular summit . And as for the DEMOCRATIC can have all the opinions in the world about what you FEEL it should be called but the simple fact is that, since the early 1800's the actual name is The DEMOCRATIC Party.
inquisiteur Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 1:00 PM
OK, 1828 with Andy Jackson?

My fellow Americans, my fellow Republicans: The 2012 election is not an election between two men but between two entirely different visions of America. President Obama and I are simply the standard bearers of opposing, and may I add, irreconcilable visions of what America is and should be.

The Republican Party and I represent American values as they have been understood since the founding of our country. The Democratic Party and President Obama represent different values. This does not make any Democrat, let alone President Obama, less American or less patriotic than anyone of us here. But millions of Americans...