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The Mitt Boom Liberals Will Hate and Libertarians Will Pretend To

Roy409 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 11:47 AM
A true believer? In what? Socialism? So you are saying that Obama is better than Romney? Yeah, right. That's like saying garbage is better than ice cream. You need to get your head out of the sand, quite drinking the kool-aid and start checking facts. One more term of Obama and you can kiss any and all rights goodbye, you will need to learn how to salute like they did in Germany in the 40's and don't forget the civilian army that Obama is trying to set up, in Germany, they were called the "brown shirts".
jmonaco Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 2:18 PM
Roy -- He's a true believer in the Constitution and the Republic for which it stands. It doesn't help to throw out an authoritarian notion like "if you're not with me then you're against me". I think it is a person's right, duty, and responsibility to vote their beliefs. Those who profess to want smaller government and vote for Romney are bound to be disappointed unless Romney adopts the Libertarian position (which he does not seem to sincerely embrace).

Trying to cower non-Obama voters into voting for Romney using fear is despicable. The "lesser of two evils" argument has finally pushed me solidly into the Gary Johnson camp.

Like the hostages jetting from Iran the day Reagan raised his right hand, America’s economy is about to bust its chains.

Not everyone will celebrate, even though they should.

America wants to recover.

In all our history, recoveries follow crashes. Usually, the deeper the dip, the steeper the climb back out. The only crisis with a recovery worse than Obama’s is the one that led to policies even more collectively transformative than his.

Builders, growers, producers, achievers—that is, employers--don’t know whether the next blow from the White House will aim at their taxes, their energy, their emissions, their employees’ tort rights,...

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