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Don't Blame Romney

Virginia_Smoked_Hamm Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:33 PM
What went wrong? $1 trillion annual deficits - no matter who is president - and Romney ran on cutting tax rates 20% across the board and more military spending we don't need. That's a presidential platform jarringly out of sync with reality
Kodiak5 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:40 PM
Tell our overstretched military they don't need the ships, planes, and, yes, bayonets, that Obama won't give them but Romney would. Romney's defense proposals were even on the low side of what the people who know their business say they need to perform their jobs.
HalibutornThrockmorton3rd Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:48 PM
We have robots now that fight wars more efficiently. They don't eat, drink, or need money. The military is no longer going to be a place to go when you can't find a job. It's going digital, just like %90 of all jobs. So don't have babies unless you're like Malcolm Forbes, you can give your kids everything they'll ever need for life. Because there aren't going to be any jobs in America in ten years. China will make everything, and even farms will be robotic. We have overcome the need for people.
Rich L. Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:41 AM
Robots don't need money? What planet are you from? Those robots cost millions and you can't win a war without boots on the ground no matter what you think. Our problem is political, not military. If the goal was to win a war, we could win it in weeks, but that is not politically correct.
Gayle__CO Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:39 PM
Ham Handed: The reality is when Obama raises taxes and the Obamacare law takes effect, the US will go by the way of Greece.

Romney's plan to actually create jobs in the private sector would produce the revenue that is so badly needed to deal with the deficits and get the country moving again. I suggest you enjoy the Obama victory while you can. The avalanche of a debt crisis will bury us all. Enjoy!

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