posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 10:26 PM
Do we really want to turn the page back to methods that got us into so much trouble in America? Do we really want to Deregulate our country by
gutting government and turning back sensible laws and practical rules and pragmatic guidelines? Do we not recall the recent troubles that are still
so strongly ongoing for so many in America, where the banks and Wall Street have gained control over so much that was formerly owned by American
Citizens in the form of homes and businesses? How about Clean Air, Clean Water, Safe Food and Drugs, Safe Consumer Goods, Safe Energy Extraction?
There are so many criticisms of Obama, despite all the problems he was handed after the election, that I can believe the Republicans lost the
election on purpose as they knew that WHOEVER followed Bush was going to fail in many ways, to gain the respect of the public for the handling of the
deep and troubling situations we have been put in by the malfeasance during the Bush era. Start TWO wars while cutting taxes? Deregulate the banking
industry and Wall Street?
I can believe that McCain chose Palin because they wanted to lose. Despite her being attractive and charming, she was in no way ready for the
power that could have ended up in her hands. Being governor of Alaska is like being mayor of a fairly large city, Half a million people, that's it.
Little knowledge of world politics, and didn't even finish out her term. But that's beside the point...... if we elect Romney, how is it going to
get better, when the type of policies he wants to enact will put us right back where we were before Obama, heading for a cliff? Can we afford to go
over Another Cliff?
Regulations, if sensible and actually enforced, protect Americans. Simple as that. If they aren't sensible, they shouldn't be there, but for
regulations to disappear....... this only allows the crooked and corrupt to exploit the system to disadvantage of the rest of Americans; hardworking
or out of work, poor, middle class or formerly middle class, and even the rich who are not a part of the corrupt crowd. Our children deserve a future
with opportunities, not just as debt slaves for the abusers.
edit on 24-4-2012 by jaxnmarko because: paragraphing