reply to post by Dreine
I too felt duped. I voted independent, I won't belong to either party again until they get themselves straightened out or a good third party cimes
into play, but felt o.k. when the choice was made and thought maybe it won't be that bad. Never again.
We have almost a repeat of '08 tell you why I say that. I think McCain didn't get the vote not only because of war with Iran, but his age, he was
Obama "light" and he was not a good speaker. I don't approve of many of Obama's policies, but I'll give the man credit where it's due, with a
teleprompter, the man can deliver a speech. I think that's what drew nearly everyone in.
Romney is "almost Obama light" i.e., Romneycare. Now Romney is a decent looking man,(unfortunate that some people go by looks alone) I haven't heard
him speak, because I don't think our choice will count anyway in the long run, too many things are probably in play to either rig ( Hacker/ voter
fraud in electronic voter machines or cancel election, (False flag attack/or major natural disaster = Martial law, "never let a good crisis go to
waste" former Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel's advice to Obama).
Not to mention the things Obama and cohorts could do as a lame duck President before another person takes control, if someone does manage to be
elected in his place. Plus he's still got the new "Supremes" in place even if and when he leaves. They should never have a lifetime appointment there
Anyway that's my take on things.
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