Originally posted by PhysicsAdept
So I received an email from both candidates on the same day a few days ago... I figured it is good to know your enemy (and also good to keep an open mind ) so I signed up for Obama's emailing list, and I thought it was very funny to see the contrast between the two candidates...
I mean you have colorful pictures, little to no information on anything, and assumptions based off of incompetencies from Obama hahahahaha, and then a nice little comparative data chart provided by third party candidate Gary Johnson.
Really contrasts the two candidates nicely, eh? If anyone has a good Romney one, I would enjoy that. I did not sign up for his list yet, deep down I just don't really care I suppose
I'm not saying that Obama and Romney are saints by any means, but Gary Johnson would be the bull in a china shop that would destroy us.
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Originally posted by hawkiye
reply to post by flyswatter
The federal Reserve is the root cause of all of our problems... Your view is the majority sentiment of this country and is why we are marching into hell right now... You do not understand what the fed has done and is still doing. Do your homework and get informed to make better choices.
Also Johnson is not going to put people out on the street he just means we need to start on balancing the budget and cutting spending now as opposed to the other two who have publicly stated they want to wait till later and of course they have no intention of cutting anything they will expand everything. When they say cuts they mean the will only expand less then they were originally going to expand. They are liars.
Also Johnson has already done in NM what he says he is going to do as president and no one lost their jobs in fact jobs increased by 20%.