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The 10 Commandments of Political Warfare for the Romney Campaign

Tacitus X Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 7:00 AM
How about simply being pro-sanity and keeping things simple. Like pounding again and again how gas prices have gone from $1.79 per gallon to $3.86 today. What about the "marriage penalty"? Why should higher taxes kick in for married people at $250,000 and singles at $200,000? That means higher taxes don't kick in for an unmarried couple until they hit $400,000. Do we really want to discourage marriage and kick at married people? Talk about how few people are working and Obama's dishonest methods of not counting people who haven't worked in a long time or counting 30 hours/week as "full time" employment.
lotstosay Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 10:53 PM
Romney waits for Obama to make a mistake and then uses it. Pure defense.

He doesn't pound home gas prices (daily) which are killing truckers, commuters and anyone else who has a car.

He hasn't said a word (to my knowledge) about the corruption that's rampant in the Obama administration.

Well! I still feel more people hate Obama and will defeat him than will vote for him but why does Romney have to worry us about it.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 8:17 AM
What all the $$$ are being $pent on, where did that "stimulus" go, Solyndra, etc.

Solyndra & other favors to supporters disguised as "investments" & bailouts.

Operation Fast & Furious: If it's just incompetence, why hasn't Holder, Melson, other managers involved been sacked? And, if Obama wasn't involved, how could he extend executive privilege? Call for a special prosecutor! If "Plamegate" rated one, this sure does! If O's leftie sycophants start their snarkiness about "the right wing," ask them if Bryan Terry came back to life or something.

Was anyone's pensions invested in secured GM bonds? Let's hear their story!

Dissect Obamacare. They passed it, let's see what's in it! It's the lowest of low-hanging fruit in history!
Given my five-year skepticism and/or hostility to the potential of a Mitt Romney presidency, the Romulans may feel as if I am one of the last patriots on earth they should take advice from.

But this week, my fellow patriots, I come not bury the Republican presidential nominee, but rather to help him to drop the shovel and stop digging our grave.

While the prospect of choosing between Romney and Obama may still feel like choosing between a root canal with no anesthesia, and having your throat slit with a dull, rusty blade, we are reaching the...