Obama is not that guy and neither is Romney. Romney is not going to pull us out of the depths of ANYTHING. NOBODY is that guy, champ. Better get used to it. People are too apathetic, and complacent to do ANYTHING.. They ALL need to be kicked out, as they do not represent the people. Better wake up and smell the coffee.
Originally posted by Razimus
He lost more of our tax dollars than half a million on solyndra, Obama does need to be kicked out, I find it despicable that many are attempting to play the race card in this election, I keep getting reminded over and over in the past recent weeks that Obama is the first black president, the color of skin doesn't matter, that obscure black actress on twitter who stood up for Romney and was blasted because of the color of her skin voting for a candidate of a different skin color is one example of how racist things are becoming, it's ok to look at the issues and be color blind on the candidate's skin color as long as that candidate is the black guy? I don't think so, the white guy can be seen as a human being just as the black guy, vote for the guy that stands for something, vote for the guy that has a slim chance of pulling us out of the depths of this horrible economic disaster, that guy is not Obama, that guy is Romney.
Originally posted by loam
reply to post by Athin
And yet you missed the biggest reason of all.
Obama believes he can assassinate American citizens without judicial process.
That alone is enough to run him out of office!!!
Frankly, if you must vote for one or the other, I'd rather vote for a potential future war criminal, rather than the one we know we absolutely currently have.
Isn't our current state of affairs just grand?
edit on 10-10-2012 by loam because: (no reason given)
He stands for 0% of the American people but stands so proudly for 100% of his corporate masters
Originally posted by HostileApostle
Well, I was going to disect the OP and all his lies, but after reading the replies I see that this thread is just for propaganda, lies, and fear mongering.
One I will address is the gas prices, when you use the "When Obama took office gas was 1.75 Now it's 3.71", you do know that 1.75 was an artificial low due to the massive contraction of the economy in the 4th quarter of 2008, right?
But before that massive contraction, in the 2nd/3rd quarter of 2008, gas prices were at an all time high of $4+
These are called facts, you can look them up if you want.
Originally posted by Tw0Sides
Anyone Supporting Romney, gave up Pride long ago.
Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by Tw0Sides
I definitely don't think Loam is proud to surrender to the machine.
But in the end, one thing that can be said, without a doubt, is that Goldman Sachs will win this election.