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More Government

Words Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 4:10 AM
David Walker, the former Comptroller General, and head of the Government Accountability Office (who was appointed by Clinton), said we are going to fall like Rome just before he resigned several years ago. It's just a matter of time. I'm in a blue state, so it doesn't matter who I vote for. They always lose. I voted for Gary Johnson, couldn't get myself to vote for our collapse. I won't add to the damage being done to this country.
jtyme Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 6:14 AM
And congrats.
Rather than help to stop the slide you just sat on the side.
Yeah, Romney was no great choice...but to let Obama have another four years?

E1776 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 7:13 AM
agree, tyme. What hath the voters wroth? If this election stands, we are facing disaster like the '30s depression. We may never have answers to Obummer's corruption, from recent Benghazi debacle to the beginning 2009 reign of green energy corruption, Obamacare deceit, obfuscation, Demoncrap rule.
Mark1369 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 7:30 AM
I am very disappointed that so many of the my way or no way voters couldn't see past their nose to vote in a way to stop the bleeding then push for 4 years to get a true Constitutional candidate in office. Instead they have allowed our country to suffer while they smugly say they couldn't take part in our collapse.
Words Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 7:55 AM
jtyme - my state always goes Democrat. There isn't a chance that by voting for anyone else, they will ever get into office. In fact, my Republican area was redistricted by the Democrats this year and our city grouped with two other mostly Democrat cities to dilute the Republican vote. My district is now Democrat. That I tried to prevent, by voting for our congresswoman who I really liked. It's a shame that one of the few females in office had her area redistricted in order to get rid of her. The crime has gone up, drug use is up, high school dropout rate up, and the real estate value has dropped. The area is going downhill. Now we've crowned a Democrat for the icing on the cake.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:03 AM
I voted for Gary Johnson, because both Obama and Romney are for more government and at spending levels that will result in our fall. Bill Clinton's budget was less than 2 trillion and Romney planned to spend nearly 5 trillion/yr. The Ryan budget increases spending from Obama's high levels by 3.1% each year (more than population growth + inflation, inflation caused by the Feds).

At least this way., the economy will be blamed on Democrats, and the RINOs in the House are likely to be more fiscally conservative. We'll see what they do soon with the debt ceiling. Like David Walker, I'm not hopeful, and expect the government stealing spree to continue.
John_G Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:26 AM
Mark, if you think Romney was a true Constitutional candidate then I have a bridge to sell you. Romney loves unconstitutional mandates, loves unconstitutional wars, loves unconstitutional bailouts. Would you like me to continue?
CVN65 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:35 AM
Hey- "wroth" is not a word. You meant to use "wrought".
Doug5049 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:11 AM
Dean197 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:58 AM
Johnson didn't get enough votes to affect Romney. He didn't even get enough votes to secure ballot access for the libertarians in future, and he was the strongest candidate we ever ran.
I expect that by the time you read this, President Obama will have been re-elected. Get ready for four more years of Big Bloated Government.

Hurricane Sandy didn't help.

The New York Times declared "a big storm requires big government," and my liberal neighbors agreed.

My science-challenged mayor, Michael Bloomberg, said the storm makes it imperative that America do something about climate change. He said this even though hurricanes have not increased and little evidence exists that man has much effect on climate. With Obama's re-election, we now will spend billions more on "green" strategies. But the Earth won't notice.