posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 02:19 PM
Originally posted by mudbeed
Originally posted by butcherguy
I suppose you think we need to re-elect him so that he can have some more time to 'do more'?
Depends who he is running against.
I was actually considering voting for Ron Paul to be honest.
So far he seems the best candidate.
Perry, Bachmann are out of the question and Mitt isn't that bad, but I doubt he's going to get the GOP nom, because he is too normal.
8/18/2011 by mudbeed because: (no reason given)
Some of these Republican presidential candidates views are too far right even by Tea Party standards.
"Take the agreement to advert a disastrous default by cutting at least $2.1 trillion from the deficit over the next decade.
Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul all opposed it.
Not to be outdone, Mrs. Bachmann and Mr. Paul ventured still further, insisting that they would never vote to raise the debt ceiling. That may sound
good on the Iowa campaign trail, but it would easily tip the economy into an unending downward spiral.
Mr. Paul, who finished second in the Iowa straw poll on Saturday, has for decades sought to abolish the Federal Reserve, arguing that it is corrupt
and unconstitutional. Eliminating our central bank is a crazy idea that would plunge the country back into an oscillating 19th century world of panics
Some quotes taken from- New York Times OP-ED Tuesday, August 16, 2011- Republican Extremism, Bad Economics-
By Steven Rattner
edit on 18-8-2011 by Erno86 because: spelling