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Readmikedrinksam Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 12:44 AM
Actually, I want candidate number 3. Candidate number 3 is the guy who is not a politician and has no business experience... but he knows and acknowledges his lack of experience. Candidate 3 however is a leader. He is a leader who knows how to leverage those with the knowledge and experience to get things done. He also knows when to get out of the way and let those experts do their job. Candidate 3 also has a layman's knowledge of the Constitution... meaning he knows what is written in it, but doesn't know (or give a s#!t) about Supreme Court rulings that have mutilated it. Therefore, he'll be a leader who is grounded by the actual document (which is absolutely not a living document). Candidate 3 will fix our nation.
karpe diem Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 1:44 AM
since we do not have candidate 3 but we see what candidate 1 had done to the country, and if he is reelected the destruction will be permanent we have to take a chance with candidate 2 who I am sure will surprise all of us, especially when he has Paul Ryan at his side. we must remove obama or else we are doomed forever!!
Readmikedrinksam Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 2:18 AM
I like you Rachel; you're a glass half full kind of person. Unfortunately the glass will be half full of s#!t.
Kali_Fred Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 9:50 AM
Jeez, R, you are a p r i c k.
James165 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 3:38 PM
I also like you, Rachel, and I agree wholeheartedly. I simply cannot understand where people think this flawless, ideal candidate is coming from. Romney's entire persona and profile is about as good as anything we've seen in a presidential race in some time. Yet you still have these doubters, people who supported cadidates like Perry, Gingrich, and Santorum. The first two would pick your pocket to support illegal aliens and Santorum certainly did not impress. What god is everyone waiting for? Be positive. Give Romney/Ryan your support. You will be a lot better off than with Obama. He' been such a failure. There's just no contest.

Excuse me for a minute here, but someone straighten me out on something. Are we trying to put together a golf foursome here, or are we trying to hire a new president that can get our economy smokin’ and our country on a path to prosperity and greatness again. I mean, seriously? What’s with all this “likeability” nonsense?

Here’s a question for you. Let’s say you work for a company. You like your job, but the company is on the ropes. By the end of the year you could be trying to squeeze some Christmas presents and holiday cheer out...