posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 01:40 PM
reply to post by andreoutlaw
I wouldn't support anyone. I have never voted and never will.
Then, as a non-participant in the process, you have no right to complain, and your opinion on the matter is a moot point.
Not that it really matters, as Romney will get the nomination, lose against Obama, and we'll have four more years of a do-nothing Presidency, while
big business continues to take advantage of the high unemployment rate to demand more and more from their workers for less compensation, reaping
higher profits along the way.
Not that any of this would change if Romney actually won (but he won't).
Of course, even if by some miracle, Paul got the nomination, he too would lose against Obama.
Either way we're screwed for the next four years....so stick it out until 2016, is all you can really do.
However, if Romney did the unthinkable and got Paul as a VP candidate...then something may happen, but I just can't see that as a possibility. Romney
is just too smarmy to be elected, simple as that really. And, Paul is too old to be elected in modern times. It is just the way it is.
The good news, is that the economy will start to get a little better and better. It has to, as without it, businesses don't have customers, so they
will eventually do what is needed to drive commerce and make sure people will have resources to spend. This has NOTHING to do with who is in the White
House, other than 4 more years of irresponsible spending and stifling growth affecting the economy.