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A Time for Truth, Not Word Games

restoreliberty Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 9:06 PM
Playing Mr. Nice guy never wins elections for Republicans. Telling the truth, as harsh as it is, wins every single time. Romney needs to bluntly state why the welfare state is an awful thing, how it represses people and keeps them poor, and how democrats desire that so that they can use people to advance their agenda for consolidating more power in political hands instead of the people's hands.
WodenofAzgard Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 10:52 PM
I'd like to see that too. He should tell the 47% he's already insulted that he has no intentions of helping them if he becomes president because he doesn't believe that's govt's job.
cwright Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 1:51 AM
You know, that's actually a pretty good idea.

Because it's NOT the government's job. Only in the Liberal's world does anything other than keeping us safe belong to the federal government. The government has become a huge, bloated behemoth, with agencies atop other agencies, taking over and running our lives. They've regulated us to the real point of stagnation, they give favors to the unions so that they'll be voted in again and again. Harry Reid is a perfect example. He's a disgusting joke who has spent his whole life on the government's teat... first in Nevada, then in the House, and the past 25 years in the Senate. He's never had to make a profit or meet a payroll. the only difference between him and Obama is their age.

Perhaps now, in the wake of the heat that Mitt Romney is taking over the leaked four month old “47 percent” video, he can better appreciate the position of Todd Akin.

Romney is being accused of writing off “47 percent” of voters as not paying taxes and “dependent upon government,” who “believe government has a responsibility to care for them.”

Of course Romney’s words, recorded behind closed doors at a fundraiser, were not, as he admitted, well chosen. No candidate would call half the electorate dead beats.

But when Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin used...