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A Debate Rout of Herculean Proportions

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:51 AM
...correct. On Wednesday night the President did not debate the ‘real’ Mitt Romney. But then again, we do not know who the ‘real’ Mitt Romney is because he keeps changing his colors. The debate Wednesday was not between a conservative and a liberal. It was a debate between two moderate liberals. One was attempting to fool the audience about his credentials and lied about his ‘real’ positions on the issues. Which one was it? Z
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A Debate Rout of Herculean Proportions

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:51 AM
...does not show some independency and a mind of his own. The Right-Wingers should be careful what they wish for. If he is elected he will do the same thing to them as POTUS. This man has no principles. He is like a chameleon constantly changing its strips and color to suit the occasion. It is something he can pull out of his bag of tricks to fool independents and moderate voters. But when he is addressing his base, then he is ‘pandering’ and telling them what they want to hear. On the other hand, before neutral or moderate audiences he does not mention how the extremist Ryan Budget for the Wealthy and Road Map to the Poor House will eviscerate middle class entitlements to fund tax breaks and cuts for the wealthy. President Obama is corre
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A Debate Rout of Herculean Proportions

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:50 AM
Liberal vs Liberal: All these Right-Wingers articles congratulating Romney on his debate win miss the real reason Romney was so effective and President Obama was put on the defense. Romney came to the debate not as an extremist Right-Wing candidate slavishly subservient to his base. He came to this debate to argue as a moderate, independent Rino prepared to show how willing he is to compromise and accommodate the Liberals. The perfect example is how he got Romneycare passed by working with the Democratic controlled Massachusetts legislature. We also found out he has some love for government regulations and wants to keep some things in Obamacare. It all shows how toxic any real association with the extremists in the GOP can be if he ....
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Trading Places

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:45 AM
....does not show some independency and a mind of his own. The Right-Wingers should be careful what they wish for. If he is elected he will do the same thing to them as POTUS. This man has no principles. He is like a chameleon constantly changing its strips and color to suit the occasion. It is something he can pull out of his bag of tricks to fool independents and moderate voters. But when he is addressing his base, then he is ‘pandering’ and telling them what they want to hear. On the other hand, before neutral or moderate audiences he does not mention how the extremist Ryan Budget for the Wealthy and Road Map to the Poor House will eviscerate middle class entitlements to fund tax breaks and cuts for the wealthy. President Obama is ....
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Trading Places

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:45 AM
Liberal vs Liberal: All these Right-Wingers articles congratulating Romney on his debate win miss the real reason Romney was so effective and President Obama was put on the defense. Romney came to the debate not as an extremist Right-Wing candidate slavishly subservient to his base. He came to this debate to argue as a moderate, independent Rino prepared to show how willing he is to compromise and accommodate the Liberals. The perfect example is how he got Romneycare passed by working with the Democratic controlled Massachusetts legislature. We also found out he has some love for government regulations and wants to keep some things in Obamacare. It all shows how toxic any real association with the extremists in the GOP can be if he ....
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The Best Presidential Debate Performance

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:40 AM
....correct. On Wednesday night the President did not debate the ‘real’ Mitt Romney. But then again, we do not know who the ‘real’ Mitt Romney is because he keeps changing his colors. The debate Wednesday was not between a conservative and a liberal. It was a debate between two moderate liberals. One was attempting to fool the audience about his credentials and lied about his ‘real’ positions on the issues. Which one was it? Z
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The Best Presidential Debate Performance

ZenPower3 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:39 AM
....does not show some independency and a mind of his own. The Right-Wingers should be careful what they wish for. If he is elected he will do the same thing to them as POTUS. This man has no principles. He is like a chameleon constantly changing its strips and color to suit the occasion. It is something he can pull out of his bag of tricks to fool independents and moderate voters. But when he is addressing his base, then he is ‘pandering’ and telling them what they want to hear. On the other hand, before neutral or moderate audiences he does not mention how the extremist Ryan Budget for the Wealthy and Road Map to the Poor House will eviscerate middle class entitlements to fund tax breaks and cuts for the wealthy. President Obama is....
...promised to raise taxes on the rich and secure the social safety net against Right-Wing tampering. If American voters do not want more than radical changes in our entitlement system that only benefit the wealthy few, Obama will win the 2012 elections. What does our ailing economy need? Do we need an unsentimental turnaround artist who is ruthless and social Darwinian in slicing and dicing the economic pie to give the rich an even larger share of the economic pie? Or do we need another FDR who offers Americans a New New Deal that protects the safety nets while raising taxes on the wealthy few? Z
....so hemmed in with the extremist Right-Wing ideology he has the only plan he can offer the American voters. That plan mirrors the budget of House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan. By picking him as VP, Romney’s message to his extremist base is that he will not govern from the center. Instead, he will govern as an extremist. Again, Romney is caught on the extremes. He cannot pivot back to the center to appeal to the moderate and swing voters because his extremist base will not allow him too. He has to give them assurances that he is an uncompromising Right-Winger. Yet common knowledge says the GOP cannot win without swing voters. On the other, the Democrats have a plan that gives them tremendous advantages. The Democrats have ....
Useless Commandments: Steve Deace commandments are useless for now. Team Obama has already defined the Romney-Ryan Team as Right-Wing extremists who will dismantle environmental protections, slash Medicare and Social Security, ban abortions, and be lapdogs for big business. Romney is defined as a dangerous zealot, a zealot who will do the bidding of even more ideological zealots whose Right-Wing agenda will put the country on the road to the poor house. The Right Wingers are committed to the same old doctrines and institutions that produced our economic problems. What is new that they are talking about? Instead, they offer the same old doctrines without concealing they are brutal uncompassionate social Darwinians. The irony is Romney is..
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