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The 10 Commandments of Political Warfare for the Romney Campaign

ZenPower3 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 10:54 AM
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..
ZenPower3 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 10:54 AM
....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 ....
ZenPower3 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 10:55 AM
...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
johns40 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 7:49 PM
ZenPower3, the dems plan is all lies. The plan to tax the rich will not save the safety nets, there is not enough money if you took all the income from the rich. Obama's Buffet rule will only raise an estimate 47 billion over 10 years. What does that do for over a 1 trillion dollar annual deficit we have today? ALMOST NOTHING. Obama is lie to us like the Greek politicians lied to their constituencies until they could no longer borrow money. We are on that same path and Obama has no plan, no ideas that will work. The rich don't have enough money!!!!!! If Romney looses we are certainly doomed, do the math, we can't tax ourselves out of the enormous debt/deficit hole we've put ourselves in. Obama's last budget is a farce.
johns40 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 7:57 PM
Not one democrat in the senate voted for it. The dems plans are all based on false figures and unvetted unexplained ideas. Romney must do a better job outlining the plan and details and stop trying to please everybody. It also must be pointed out that the mainstream media is OPENLY campaigning for Obama so everything that Romney actually does that is positive is never reported and anything that can be construed as negative is done eagerly by the MSM. I only trust that enough people have common sense to say NO WAY TO FOUR MORE YEARS LIKE THE LAST FOUR YEARS!!!!!
Spikeygrrl Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 11:45 PM
ZenPower3:

What is social Darwinism? “A late nineteenth-century theory…that held that the most capable people will and should gain more in the struggle for survival than the less capable.” http://www.webref.org/sociology/s/social_darwinism.htm

Isn’t this a GOOD thing?

Consider the alternative, to which “President” Soetoro and his administration are so inexplicably wedded: A late 20th-early 21st century theory which holds that the LEAST capable people will and should gain more in the struggle for survival than the MORE capable.

How can that POSSIBLY be a good thing?!
Given my five-year skepticism and/or hostility to the potential of a Mitt Romney presidency, the Romulans may feel as if I am one of the last patriots on earth they should take advice from.

But this week, my fellow patriots, I come not bury the Republican presidential nominee, but rather to help him to drop the shovel and stop digging our grave.

While the prospect of choosing between Romney and Obama may still feel like choosing between a root canal with no anesthesia, and having your throat slit with a dull, rusty blade, we are reaching the...