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10 Reasons Mitt Will Win

HalibutornThrockmorton3rd Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 5:17 PM
There's one BIG reason Rmoney will lose, and it's called Rmoney.
modernmover Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 9:05 PM
and Obama would be better? We know what Obama has in store for the country. I, and I'm sure many, would vote for a candidate to be named later, rather than vote for Obama or not vote at all.
Paulus Textor Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 5:24 PM
As a libertarian, I just don't see him laying out any sort of clear alternative to Obama. Basically, he's Obama-lite. On substantial issues, he's either the same, or has slight, window-dressing differences.

Federal Reserve: Same
Foreign Wars: Window-dressing differences
TARP: Same
Bailouts: Same
Insane War on Drugs: Same

If I vote at all, it'll be for Gary Johnson.
IsraelFirsterSecond Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:02 PM
Why not just vote for Obama? It'll have the same effect.
Tincan844 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:08 PM
He is voting for Obama, but he doesn't like to admit it.
Forrest12 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:08 PM
Federal Reserve needs to be eliminated. A new gold standard needs to be est.
The world is a dangerous place, equivocation in the face of our enemy which is Islam will be seen as weakness. Diplomacy, without military strength and the willingness to use it, is a waste of time.
TARP was nothing more than a capitulation to the idiocies of Keynesianism, which is just a pathway to the corruption of democratic collectivist socialist nonsense. George W Bush failed by capitulating to the lunacy that the nation was somehow at the brink of financial collapse , necessitating a highly unusual action on the part of the executive branch of government, when the real problem was the corruption of politicians, i.e., Chris Dodd and Barney Frank.
Forrest12 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 6:30 PM
On the insane war on drugs, long ago and far away, I was enthralled and eventually over too many years, I I addled my mind with a monkey , until I found something more important , with the help of Almighty God, a good woman, who believed in me and was always disappointed, when I played with the monkey. She became more important than the monkey. That was 35 years ago. Does society really need an accommodation to further racking of the human soul, while Jagger sings, "Sympathy for the Devil". Obama is an Antichrist. Romney is a conservative, who does not seem to be fully realized, not unusual for moderate Republicans. Gary Johnson, while governor of New Mexico was excellent, but, he and Ron Paul still seem to fantasize about no defense
Ross83 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 7:49 PM
that is just a recipe for a constant depression. A better Fed board needs to be appointed along with a better president elected.
latebloomer Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 9:25 PM
Perhaps the media stooges concentrated on Romney's 47% statement to distract from his strong statements against the Fed in another portion of the recording, to head off the Paulistas deciding he may be an acceptable choice after all.

Naaah- they're just too blinded by ideology to be quite THAT far sighted.
Call me Pollyannaish, but I believe Mitt Romney will defeat Barack Obama in November. Let me give you some of my reasons:

1) Romney's campaign message is essentially positive; Obama's is overwhelmingly negative. People always prefer promises of something better, but Americans are especially hungry now because times are very tough. Romney is offering concrete and realistic plans to help America grow again and create millions of new jobs. Romney's message and agenda appeal to all Americans, not just certain groups, and tell them they are not imprisoned in their current economic "station" as Obama would have them believe. Though Obama's promises...

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