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What I Ask of Romney and Obama

The_Elite_Elite Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 4:33 PM
While I agree with a lot of the comments expressing disappointment over Romney, I have something to ask of those who say there will be ZERO difference between Romney and Obama. With Obamacare, there is a zero percent chance of it getting repealed if Obama gets reelected. There is a greater than zero chance if Romney is elected. With the Supreme Court, there is a chance of Romney appointing a Roberts who will stab us in the back on some issue in the future. With Obama, we will get more Alana Kagans and Sonia Sotomayors who we know will NEVER get it right. So my question is, on those two issues alone, why should I not vote for Romney over Obama?

The Republican Convention ended on the theme "Believe in America." That sounded nice, but it was just another platitude. Mitt Romney's speech was filled with platitudes: "We will honor America's democratic ideals. ... We're united to preserve liberty."


Liberals and conservatives have real differences. We should state them.

America is going broke, and tough decisions must be made. To save our future, we must slow the growth of entitlements and military spending. Mitt Romney was silent about that.

Sure, "Believing in America" means individuals get to decide how to run the businesses we create. But it...