posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 07:01 AM
Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by RealSpoke
Whats the difference between this woman who supports her candidate and those who support Obama?
What exactly is the problem?
Even though she fails to realize that Obama and Romney both work for the same team (which was their point), I thought she did ok. This coming from a
fan of Adam.
edit on 19-9-2012 by gladtobehere because: (no reason given)
The problem is that, from what I've seen, a lot of those who support Romney do so because they've been brainwashed into it. They cannot produce
facts, they repeatedly preach (yes, preach) as though being Republican is a religious choice.
They're full of hypocrisies. They hold "Christian" views while demanding that poor or sick people fend for themselves, and that they should be able
to make billions of $'s without contributing to society at all. They wave around the constitution and complain about Obama while ignoring the Patriot
Act. They support the idea of getting America back to work, while cheering for a man who is directly responsible for removing so many jobs overseas.
They have a "blind faith" mentality that Romney is somehow magical and will fix everything that is wrong in America - but no one seems to know how
he plans to do that - he's never said how he plans to do it!
Boiled down, the average Republican cheer-leader is perhaps the biggest hypocrite I have ever seen! That's not everyone, I know that, but there are
so many in the party who are in complete opposition to themselves, removing logic and reason and ignoring their own ridiculous level of hypocrisy for
the sake of the party.
I agree that both parties are as bad as each other, and I agree that both are wholly owned by their sponsors. It makes no difference whether it's
Romney or Obama, their masters have the script already written for them and if Romney becomes POTUS we'll see him come out of his first official
meeting looking 20 years older and absolutely terrified - just as Obama did on his first night of being POTUS.
But, that doesn't change the fact that if I were American - even while knowing it's all a rigged game - I would *prefer* to have someone in the
White House who is more likely to fight against the internal crazies, someone who isn't going to embarrass my nation on a daily basis, someone who
has a clue, someone who doesn't want to take the country back to the Cold War...
Even just on religious conviction, I would vote for the person least likely to use their religious beliefs on a political platform.