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Mitt Romney, Big-Government Man

OldMexicanblog Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 10:00 AM
Re: mas1az, -- and as he mentioned, if we have to borrow money to keep it, we don't need it. -- That would mean we don't need like 1/2 the military budget, for starters. Where do you think all that borrowed money goes to? Big Bird? C'mon. Romney is not telling you the truth because he wants to win. Maybe he does realize the size of the problem, but I don't believe he will do anything about it.
Dbeaux2 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 10:51 AM
Never said he wasn't a liberal. But that is past tense. He is flipping toward the constitution. Sometimes small comforts are all we have.
OldMexicanblog Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 10:23 AM
Re: Dbeaux2,
-- Then you haven't analyzed Romney's M.O. --

MO as an investor, as a governor or as a Olympic game organizer? Because he is a sharp investor and a good organizer. That does not mean he's not an East Coast liberal. The only small comfort I may have is that he's no Chicago liberal (i.e. gangster) but that's just a SMALL comfort.
Dbeaux2 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 10:04 AM
Then you haven't analyzed Romney's M.O.
Now go rethink your position with some historical facts.

President Obama tanked in the last debate. Good.

Now maybe people will listen when Mitt Romney says things like, "The genius of America is the free enterprise system, and freedom, and the fact that people can go out there and start a business. ... The private market and individual responsibility always work best."

They do.

But then Romney responded to Obama by essentially saying: I want big government, too!

We who hope for smaller government as a way to expand liberty and create prosperity are disturbed by what we heard last week. The GOP candidate painted himself as a big...