posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 09:24 PM
Originally posted by _BoneZ_
George W. Bush was the worst president in my lifetime, and probably the worst president to ever hold office in this country. With Romney incorporating
roughly 70% of Bush's previous administration, you can't even fathom the destruction that will befall this country if Romney were to become
president. Not to mention the further decline of the reputation of the U.S. in the eyes of the world since Romney has already made it clear he's
going to be a war president, having threatened Russia and Iran at the RNC.
May whatever deity you believe in have mercy on all of us if Romney becomes president. We don't need, nor can we afford another Bush presidency.
Having said that, yes, Obama has broken nearly every promise he made when he first ran for president, but at least he's the one we "know".
We just have to stick it out another four years, and pray that Jesse Ventura decides to run for office.
edit on 6-10-2012 by _BoneZ_ because: (no reason given)
Actually, I'm going to tell all of you something crazy, but hey, this is the tinfoil capital of the internet right? If there really is a left in this
country, they would benefit from Romney being is office more than Obama. Obama is simply the same old fascism in nice clothing. At least with Romney
you will know what you are getting.
I don't think even the GOP wants him in office. I've been registered GOP 12 years, still am. They knocked down my door and blew up my phone every
election for assistance, but not this time. The worry is this: If he gets in and he can't fix things, the party will be shut out for a long time and
it may not come back. Bush effectively destroyed the moderate wing in the GOP and the Koch Brothers killed it entirely with the Tea Party. If the
economy stays in the crapper there will be no moderates left for the GOP to trot out. Let them dig their grave, maybe something better will come out
One benefit of having Romney is perhaps there will be a real mobilization of the Left in this country. I'm not talking about Democrats as they
aren't the left. If we are going to see real action in this country we need an actual alternative to the far right. Until the left actually steps up
there isn't going to be any movement toward the center.