posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 09:39 AM
reply to post by FlyersFan
Originally posted by FlyersFan
Political commentary by Rolling Stone Magazine?? Okay ..
Why not? It's not just a magazine for musicians and artists. They represent a generation and ALL of the concerns we have. IMO, the 1960s (and
Vietnam) brought young musicians and their fans into politics and they've been working hand-in-hand ever since. They have a long and well-deserved
reputation for standing up for the people who are opposed to government control of the people. Rolling Stone Magazine is an excellent place to get a
unique political perspective.
All REAL contenders have national agendas. Obama has an agenda. Bush43 had an agenda. Hillary has an agenda. Chris Christy has an agenda.
Absolutely! Everyone has one.
It's all a matter of what agenda you agree with.
But I think Romney really DOES want the position. He doesn't want the job, which works well for him because he wouldn't be doing the work, anyway.
He wants the position, the office, the prestige, the power... He wants it on his resume.
And I think he'll do just about anything to get it. He
doesn't want to be seen as a failure. Unfortunately, those doing the work will be many of the same ones who did the work during the Bush
We haven't yet seen the last of Romney's efforts to win this particular "game", come hell or high water.
That's why I'm not relaxing. I won't relax until Romney gives his concession speech on Nov 6th.