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CNBC Poll: 75% Agree With Romney's 47% Comments

Harold15 Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 3:51 AM
What irritates me most about this is that Romney keeps apologizing. It seems like every time he says something that idiot liberals find offensive, he apologizes for it. It says to me that he does not have the courage of his convictions. By apologizing he gives me the impression that he is just saying what he thinks people want to hear and not what he really believes. Then when the sh** hits the fan, he backs away. He's just too wishy-washy for me.
Pete629 Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 10:13 AM
Just remind yourself that if you get the picture of Romney and his views through television, newsprint, and most of radio, you are getting that view through the Liberal Main Stream Media lens! Relax, drink some Obama Beer, imported from Kenya and wait for November 6.
upwithRomney Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 8:25 AM
Exactly. Within a 3 day period he says that ALL of Obamacare must be repealed. Then he says that some of Obamacare should be kept (the expensive parts) and then he says that we need some kind of government involvement in health care. Come on. . ..are we stupid?
Bobzmcishl Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 2:14 PM
Romney is a sociopath who just wants the power of the presidency. He is not now and never has been a true conservative. He is your typical amoral Wall Street type who just wants to enrich himself and could care less about most of America, as evidenced by his comments to his fellow Richey Rich's in Boca.

UPDATE: The number of people who have taken the CNBC poll has doubled, bringing those who agree with Romney's comments to 76 percent.

 

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As the faux outrage over Mitt Romney's "47%" comments continue to barrel through the airwaves of the old media, a CNBC poll shows 75 percent of voters believe Mitt Romney was right when he said Obama supporters will vote for him no matter what due to dependence on the government.