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Axelrod: Romney "the most secretive candidate we've seen probably since Richard Nixon"

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posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 05:39 PM
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He had no real base. He chiseled that base from the other two parties, not by knowing them, but by telling the truth.

Also I never said Ron Paul was against the two party system, that is just you assuming as you always do. I am against the two party system.

Everyone who matters supports Ron Paul. You think a million blind idiots voting for Romney despite knowing nothing about politics, what Romney is about, or why the vote for him (and then go back to watching t.v. and working not caring about politics) matters more than 100,000 votes by people who see the problems with America, understand that we are losing your freedoms and speak out and try to change it? We do matter because it doesn't matter what happens to Ron Paul, there is already a huge portion of people in the liberty movement and that wont change until something snaps. They won't follow Rand. Republicans will learn after they lose this election how important we are and how much control they are actually about to lose. Without bowing to the liberty party you lose the election. Unless you think you can afford 10 - 15 % percent of the republican vote in every state and up to 20-40 percent in select states.

Romney doesn't hav a chance.

You don't seem to be capable of grasping how dire the situation America is in. We are trying to tell you, but you are too dense.




posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 06:25 PM
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Are you at least, satisfied that I have shown you that I answered the question you first raised in this thread and many, many, others?

You know the one where you ask me to show you why I am voting for Mitt Romney, and then you ask the question again, even though I have already answered it?



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 11:36 AM
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You still didn't answer my initial question. What I asked was ; what is romneys plan?



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 11:46 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
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You still didn't answer my initial question. What I asked was ; what is romneys plan?


Research it here: www.mittromney.com...

I'm not even sure why you are asking this question.That's all I can do to help you. You need to be willing to open your eyes and research all aspects of every candidate. I can't keep telling you everything you don't even want to hear. According to you everything on Mitt Romney's website and everything he wants to do is " all a fantasy." or all my criticisms of Obama are, "Conspiracy theories." When you don't even want to put little effort into understanding why I am against your candidate and research facts about Every single candidate then its kinda pointless to keep on feeding you information that goes in one ear and out the other. Again, I'm not even sure why you are asking this question. Since you are not even going to look at his plans, or take him seriously. I considered Ron Paul but quickly dismissed him of ever getting anywhere close to the Presidency. I ended up being right. Have you taken the time to research the positives about a Romney Presidency? Let me guess you think there is none?

I am voting for Romney based on his economic record and job creating skills. Obama has none. Ron Paul has none! Sure there is some collateral damage there (with Mitt Romney), but there is no perfect candidate at least for me! But as pointed out before I align 93% with Mitt Romney and probably 95% with Jon Huntsman, who was my first choice.
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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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He has never created job. He made money by destroying jobs.

Unless you were making a joke and you really aren't voting for Romney.
Ron Paul got a lot closer than the other candidates that have since left. He did so with actual support from people to rather than owning the media and being the choice of a corrupt members of the GOP. You never considered Paul though, because you never understood his candidacy. You don't consider Paul and then dismiss him over whether or no he will get close. You consider him and stick with him because you realize he's the best choice. It doesn't matter what other people say.

He got a lot closer than most people and he will likely still have a chance at nomination.
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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 04:29 PM
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Who cares, he still no where near where he and most of his supporters would like him to be. Otherwise there would be no point for the made up conspiracy theories! Ron Paul is not going to beat Mitt Romney and if by some miracle he did (which is 100% out of his reach) There is NO WAY that he will ever beat Obama or get the democrats to listen to his fiscal conservative ideas. So it really doesn't matter!

Ever hear of a little place called Staples? The Sports Authority? Domino's Pizza? Clear Channel Media? Yup! Romney either started those businesses, invested in those businesses or bought them out from incompetent owners who were looking to sell so Romney could turn them around! Again. Ron Paul has never created a single job. Obama has never created a single job, because under Obama jobs are being outsourced or people are stopping to look for work faster than the so-called job creation rate that the democrats are spouting about.

But keep on defending Obama, from all those conspiracies, like the dems. Your gonna need all the help you can get!
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