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Entering Stretch, Obama Campaign Running on Empty

jimmylynn Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 7:41 PM
I don't think that is Romney's position. I think his position is that a Supreme Court decision, Roe vs. Wade, is unconstitutional and that each state should resolve their stand on abortion.....not the federal government. A law that allows unborn babies to be killed, in my opinion, is unconstitutional because it is violating the constitution's "Right to Life" clause. I think that the three exceptions to this are reasonable compromises as long as those exceptions are not defined in such a way as to allow abortionists a large grey area to for which to classify their abortions under those exceptions.
NewJAl Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 9:05 PM
I could live with it being a State decision, based upon the vote of the representatives in that State. And nobody has the right to say people cannot go to some other State, except I have a problem with kids doing stuff behind parents' backs, abetted by busybodies.

President Obama's stump speech Thursday at Veterans Memorial Park in Manchester, N.H., was much like the speeches he's given across battleground states in the last few weeks. Listen to it, and you'll hear the short version of what the president promises to accomplish in a second term. It's not much.

"I will not be satisfied until everybody who wants to work hard can find a job," the president told the crowd. To make that happen, he promised to do five things.

First, he would "send fewer jobs overseas [and] sell more products overseas." He proposed to "reward companies that are investing...