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Why Hate Mitt Romney more than President Obama??

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posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 01:41 AM
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I don't know what the credit thing is about. But anything not covered by my insurance is surely not a Schedule A or B treatment so your point is moot.




posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 01:58 AM
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Originally posted by lives
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Either way I'm paying for someone else's healthcare and the government runs the show. I advocate neither.


I was going to type up a long argument on healthcare, but it's not worth it in this context. Overall, we largely agree on the big picture. The two parties don't represent the people anymore.



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 02:14 AM
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Word.

Sincerely, I'm not some cold hearted guy and really do want everyone to have healthcare. But I also understand human psychology, economics, and governmental defiency; and therefore can't endorse socialized nor single payer healthcare. But you should make a thread about it.
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posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 02:28 AM
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Moot?

My medical bills beg to differ.

I don't know what fairy-tale land YOU live in but I live in a little land called R-E-A-L-I-T-Y.

Go ahead, cozy up to big pharma. Be a #ing sycophant for all I care.



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 02:54 AM
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As you live in R E A L I T Y I'm sure you know bad jobs provide equally bad heatlhcare and if you pay for your own you know in advance which treatments are covered and which aren't.

But I'm sure you have a good excuse. I'd like to hear.



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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Originally posted by The Sword


My medical bills beg to differ.



You do realize that the term "MY" is used?

Society, the community and your neighbor should not be responsible for your health and/or bills.



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 10:03 AM
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I won't vote him because he won't change anything. No president has ever done anything any different than the one before him. It is always a continuation of all previous policies. I am sure the financial markets like the stability, but I want a guy in there who will shake things up and actually remove power from the government. I want a guy who will be for the people and not for the corporations and elite. I wanted Ron Paul. Mitt Romney is not fit to lick Paul's boots. Romney is a bully and just plain mean. I would not vote for him for anything. I wouldn't pee on him if he was on fire. He's a maggot and so is obama. Neither of them are men. They are worms filled with bile whose only purpose in life is to inflict misery and pain.

And people support them. People sure are dumb.



posted on Jun, 23 2012 @ 11:44 PM
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Originally posted by macman

Originally posted by The Sword


My medical bills beg to differ.



You do realize that the term "MY" is used?

Society, the community and your neighbor should not be responsible for your health and/or bills.



Taxes for saving lives? Bad. Taxes for occupying 140 countries with military bases, spending more on military defense than all of the countries in the world combined and dragging on senseless wars in the middle east to protect corporate profits? A-okay!



posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 03:14 PM
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To supplement that previous post, let's take a look at how military spending stacks up to the healthcare bill:



And for the record, I think Obama's healthcare plan is a mess. He took single payer off the table and sold out to the insurance companies. However, I think tax dollars are more well spent saving lives as opposed to destroying them.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 08:48 AM
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You operate on the incorrect assumption that I agree with the wars.
Taxes are inherently evil.

I am not my brothers, nor my neighbors keeper. These are things and responsibilities of the individual.

Instead of deflecting with excuses, why not just man up and accept the fact that you are not the responsibility of other people.



posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by jjf3rd77
I have made or explained in previous posts things that Mitt Romney can and will do differently than Obama.

The excuses I hear from so-called conservatives on this site is:
(Frankly I think most of those conservatives are democrats in sheeps clothing. In which case I cannot help you.)

Sure he may be trigger happy if Iran attacks Israel and he really will have attacking Iran on the table. (i don't think Obama ever did even though he said he did) but all republicans are like that! You're not going to find a different candidate unless you vote democrat.

Mitt Romney's rich and out of touch??? Have you seen what Obama has been doing lately? So what Romney has a five car garage! Obama just hit his 100 round of golf during his many scandals...

If you don''t trust Romney then you don't trust our system, because Romney became successful by profiting off the system, and that's what the American Dream is all about! Most of the Obama attack ads against Romney have been complete BS. Cannot find their sources or Romney was long gone....

If you read Obama's book Dreams from my Father you wouldn't trust the [snip]in office either!




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I can answer your title... personally I can't stand either one of them.

Romney: I usually don't choose to not like someone based on their general character or a feeling I have, but this guy sends chills down my spine every time I see him talk. He has a nervous excitement about him like his throat is always dry and his eyes are always empty. He isn't cordial or nice to some people in public, even with cameras on him, and he has a temper. He doesn't seem level headed at all and he can't choose an issue and stick with it. He has to change with what is most convenient for himself and his 'friends' (and he is NOT my friend and he is NOT Americas friend...)

Obama: Where do I start?
NDAA, not bringing our troops home, endless spending, closet socialist, spreading the wealth/debt equally (everyone getting a piece of the 'pie' as he says)... and the list goes on and on.

I can't vote for either one of these idiots, and anyone in their right mind that can rub two brain cells together SHOULD be voting for Ron Paul in the general election by writing his name in. It sickens me that there are so many people out there that just don't know any better. No, Romney won't do differently. And if he does, it will be for worse. Being trigger happy is dangerous to America, and you have to be out of your mind to support a president that is 'trigger happy'. Out of touch? You bet ya! You want to go to war? Romney can buy a plane ticket to Iran and see how far he gets. Leave the majority of the american people out of it, please! We don't need another war.
I think you have one system confused with another system. Romney may have profited from the way our corporate system is set up in this country, but that is separate and very different from our system of government. Saying anything different just clouds the issue. And I can understand how easy it is to get the two confused these days, since corporations have their hands in government coffers in droves at the taxpayers expense.
Who writes these things?




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