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Romney Braces For Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

Qing1331 Wrote: May 01, 2012 7:32 AM
I am not voting for Romney for the same reasons I will note vote for President Hussein. Any questions?
dfrank2 Wrote: May 01, 2012 3:06 PM
No questions here Qing. An observation, though. I'd say you've never voted in your entire life and just came here to feel important. So; slink back beneath your rock and leave the heavy lifting to those more worthy among us.
Dan107 Wrote: May 01, 2012 8:35 AM
Yes. I have one. Why do you want your President Hussein to get another 4 years in office?
rickmcq Wrote: May 01, 2012 8:23 AM
Refusing to vote Obama out of office implies consent for his actions to date. No question.
Joel176 Wrote: May 01, 2012 7:56 AM
First big question. Abstaining from voting for someone than you think is your perfect candidate, is by default, a vote for someone that is your worst choice.
Mark1369 Wrote: May 01, 2012 7:47 AM
NO because you want Obama to get another term to do even more damage and be more of a despot acting on his own without working with Congress. I would point out the the Congress has passed over 25 bipartisan jobs bills but Harry Reid won't allow them to come to a vote so Obama can claim republicans have done nothing to help the jobs market.

"There will be an effort," Mitt Romney said recently, "by the, quote, vast left-wing conspiracy to work together to put out their message and attack me."

By those words, many observers thought Romney, speaking to Breitbart News, meant the press. After all, the Republican nominee is likely to face some pretty tough coverage from left-leaning outlets in the months ahead.

But Romney meant much more than the press. In fact, "vast left-wing conspiracy" refers to a set of institutions whose work helps shape the coverage that ultimately appears in the press.

That's what Breitbart questioner Larry O'Connor was trying to get...