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Negative Ads Flood the Airwaves in Campaign's Final Days

JasonCharleston Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:55 PM
Summers, How is Romney going to pay for it? Also, Romney wants a second term and Bush's no more new taxes thing. I just don't see how the guy gets around. I will make a gentlemen's bet...although I am no gentleman. Also, if Obamacare isn't repealed Tea Party will cement its we are in the Carter years, but it might be worth it. It's the only chance we have. I didn't say it was a good one. But its the only chance we have. With McConnell and the Male Snookie I am a bit worried.
Summers Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 9:08 PM
It's paid for as it is. It just hasn't all kicked in yet. Debt is the only payment this country can offer, but we are going into debt for it. You folks don't really listen to what Willie Nitt is saying. About every third time he says he is going to get rid of it, he indicates he is going to fix it. This guy has had more positions on it than a pretzel.

Sadly, Romney is the ONLY hope we have of getting rid of O'Tay. Which, by the way, is good for Romney as it is the only way he could have ever hoped to be elected.

Lipless McConnell and Bonehead Boehner are a clear and present danger.

What's your bet?
With two days to go, Americans across the country - but especially in swing states - are getting deluged with negative advertising in what is, by the numbers, the most attack-ad-filled campaign in recent history.

The Obama campaign has bought in Ohio a slew of ads attacking Mitt Romney's time as a Bain Capital executive, claiming that Romney's work in the private sector destroyed jobs for personal profit. Obama has also brought out another ad re-upping the famous "47 percent" video of Romney's. The strange, alienating theme of this campaign is "Mitt Romney - not one of us."