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I'm Even More Confident That Mitt Will Win

McMichael Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:02 AM
How many of you are aware that both in 2008 and this year, 2012, CPUSA endorsed Obama? They endorsed Obama not because he is a "leftist," a "socialist," a "progressive," or a "liberal." They endorsed him because he is a COMMUNIST, same as they are. They know it. How many Republicans know it or don't know it? Why do so many self-styled "Conservatives" call these Leftist scum something other than communists, which is what they are. It is the truth, follks. Stop using their self-description which covers up what they actually are, for Pete's sake.
Seawolf Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:18 AM
The PC crowd don't have the balls to call this guy out for what he is...a COMMUNIST. He was spawned by, raised by, mentored by and is now surrounded by communists...we have a congress full of capons. In the 50's he would have been impeached by now, actually he never would have been allowed near the oval office, the House Un-American Activities Committee would have stopped him...as it is now, were the rosenbergs alive, they'd have cabinet positions with this freak.
McMichael Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:36 AM
I wrote below to you:

Agreed, Seawolf, but a better way to start is to study up on the old Chinese General/warrior Sun TZU and his writing The Art Of War, which is required reading in many military institutes.

Sun Tzu's writings are, for the most part, easily converted for agressive political use. Right now the Left has Alinsky's Rules For Radicals while we have Rules For RINOS. Alinsky's way is totally corrupt. Sun TZU's is very wise and does not use disgusting and sick tactics.
Bruce2397 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 12:02 PM
The fevered ravings of a feeble mind. It's so easy to make the fingers type the words, but what you claim is so far from the truth you're really embarassing yourself.

It's OK if you hate him, but that doesn't make it OK to just start lying about him.
I want to give you an updated list of reasons I believe that Mitt Romney will win the election Tuesday. So much information, so much confusion, so much uncertainty. But I don't think it's so complex as it seems.

In 2008, a perfect storm developed for Barack Obama: an economic crisis, which was effectively, though unfairly, blamed on Republicans; war fatigue, which had been stoked by six years of Democratic anti-Bush propaganda; a messianic illusion personified in Obama, who was promising incomprehensibly wonderful yet undefined change and utopian-level bipartisanship; and a Republican opponent who all but forfeited the election to Obama...