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Dems: We're Definitely Better Off, Kind Of

wpeeters Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 1:53 AM
"be looking at a one term proposition" if people didn't consider themselves "better off" after three years of an Obama presidency". The problem with this is that it's not the American people who get to decide if they're better off, it's hIs decision and from the looks of it he has decided we ARE better off. Only by voting him out can we decide for ourselves we're NOT. It comes down to us against them. But how to convince the blinded liberal voters they've been deceived while they're still getting their food stamps?They'll still vote for this lunatic poorest excuse for a president.
Ann272 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 2:06 AM
The "better of" argument is the one which is the most important one, since the country is definitely NOT better off, but headed down an economic spiral which is destroying us as a nation. There do not seem to be any impartial reporters --on BBC, their Labour party mentality was clearly shown by the reaction to Romney's visit. In America, all the networks are pro-Obama. With a huge Hispanic population, which probably considers itself in the ranks of Democratic voters, this election is not only going to be decisive, it may result in his reelection. Obama is a demagogue, a truly destructive man, and as an elderly woman who has seen much, and whose family have been distinguished in this country, I vacillate between hope and fear. Romney and
Ann272 Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 2:11 AM
Ryan represent the best of this country. Patriotism and love of country should motivate every voter, recognizing that the right to vote and the need to vote for good and sensible men must bring this country out of the economic disaster as well as the racially dividing tactics which have been Obama's one real accomplishment.
RHSimard Wrote: Sep 04, 2012 2:30 AM
Which is why the Left is going into such a frenzy trying to discredit him.

Back when he was first elected, Obama uttered the infamous line about how he would be looking at a "one term proposition" if people didn't consider themselves "better off" after three years of an Obama presidency. Now, during the election cycle, it's coming back to haunt him, and his surrogates and aides have given some evasive answers when asked if, in fact, we are better off.

It all started with Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's awkward flip-flop from yesterday (on Face the Nation: we're not better off, "but that's not the question for this election) to today (in a tweet: We're...