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Romney Concedes: "I Believe in the People of America"

Majin Vegeta Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:33 AM
Obama IS right-of-center. He's run the right-wing policies of George W Bush even further downfield. Both parties are wholly-owned subsidiaries of corporate interests. $2 BILLLION spent on these campaigns? Companies don't invest that much money into anything without the expectation of a return on the investment. Speech can't buy you a car, a home, or an election - but money can - because money is currency. Citizens United (a Koch brothers institution - not a group of united citizens) represented the end of democracy - not Obama. There is no Citizens United law - It was a radical example of judicial legislation that immediately nullified existing laws meant to prohibit corporate and union interests from unrestricted electioneering.
rendir Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:39 AM
Look up Dunham-Obama-Soetoro-family-Geithner-family-Ford-Foundation-USAID-Indonesia-CIA-Federal-Reserve-Wall-Street-CFR-IMF connections !
Majin Vegeta Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:36 AM
Bring back McCain-Feingold.

And while we're at it: Feingold \ Sanders 2016!!!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/progressive-ideas-network/headline-2020-feingold-sa_b_413601.html

“I wish all of them well,” Governor Mitt Romney said in front of a somber crowd at Romney Headquarters in Boston. “I pray that the president will be successful in guiding our nation.”

After a long year of campaigning, Romney congratulated President Barack Obama on his re-election tonight and provided his supporters with faith by touting Paul Ryan’s fiscal leadership.

“I want to thank Paul Ryan for all he has done for our campaign and for our country, besides my wife Ann, Paul is the best choice I’ve ever made,” Romney said. “ I...