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Oh God, please don't let Romney win!

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posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 11:48 PM
reply to post by snusfanatic

Your avatar, quick question - is that a dead guy?

posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 11:49 PM
reply to post by NewAgeMan

drawn by a dead guy yes. its me tho.

posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 11:50 PM
reply to post by snusfanatic

Thanks for clarifying.

Oh I see, well I'm glad you're still alive anyway!

You look like Kahlil Gibran aka "the prophet".

or maybe not..

edit on 5-11-2012 by NewAgeMan because: edit

posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 11:58 PM
I don't understand why the economic conservatives arent more supportive of Obama. Look at the numbers of the Dow in Nov 08 and todays close. Look at the balance sheets of fortune 500 companies, look at the private sector employment rate. Every single measure is up, in some cases as much as 70%.

Social conservatives...well, I don't agree but I understand why they would vote for Romeny

Religous conservatives, I don't get. Mormonism is a spin off of Christianity, in which none of the major religions get a cut of the LDS financial pie.

War hawks, I don't understand. Obama ordered the strike on bin Laden, violating international law and potentially could have started a war with Pakistan. If Isreal were to take a shot at Iran, do you really think Obama would let them twist in the wind?

All that being said, what really gets me about Romney supporters, especially on a conspiracy site, is that Romey is the ultimate in global elitists. A billionaire whose income from forgien investments never makes it American shores (it stays in Swiss bank accounts) has no meaningful intrest in the succes of small or even mid size size US companies. If a company, any company, isnt at least international in scale and scope, it doesn't warrant any attention from Romney.

posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 11:58 PM
On second thought, who gives a # who wins and why are we paying so much attention to it?!!!

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:02 AM
Oh God, please don't let Mr. Barrack Hussein go on another 4-year vacation at the White House.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:03 AM
Oh God please don't let either Romney or Obama win.

Thank you.

Ron Paul or Gary Johnson 2012

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:09 AM
Obama keeps preaching "change?" Yeah, that will happen the moment we CHANGE presidents...

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:12 AM
I'll come back in a day to see how God (and the American people) handled this. Talk to you then.

Best Regards,


posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:14 AM

Originally posted by darkhorserider

Originally posted by schuyler
Oh, God, please don't let Obama win. If he does, the US will be destroyed as we know it. A stifling government will rip the country of its wealth and turn it into a third world backwater. Obama is such a gutless coward that it just makes me sick.

When I see this sentiment, I always wonder.....

How can Obama be both a gutless coward, and a cunning socialist slyly taking over the country? How can he be both a poor leader, and also a brilliant savvy misleader that is putting his agenda into motion right in front of our very eyes?

I mean, either is is completely inept, in which case all this blame is misplaced, or he is to blame for all this bad direction of the country, but he deserves props for taking over the government single-handedly in a single term and undoing 200 years of Democracy!

I don't think his great socialists policies are all of his own. Healthcare one can argue was pelosi and reids brainchild(more pelosi though) and simply allowed to pass under obozo. You do not have to be brilliant to destroy, just to build. His agenda, is a lack of an agenda, so far all he has done is push crony capitalism. I do not remember one of those bankers doing jail time if memory serves me correctly. Ineptetude does not mean his blame is misplaced, it just means that other inept people in congress and the senate have the same idiotic views and allow distructive things ot pass.

With obozo we simply had a perfect storm of liberalism, (d) senate, (d) congress, and (d) far left president. With his lack of leadership or anything for that matter, it became a bull in a china shop. no genius involved
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:16 AM

Originally posted by NewAgeMan
I'll come back in a day to see how God (and the American people) handled this. Talk to you then.

Best Regards,


Rest assured, no matter how it'll go, approx. 50% of the all voters will be angry about the outcome.
Actually, absurd to think about...but true.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:27 AM
reply to post by NewAgeMan

Have you ever met, worked, befriended, or even encountered a Mormon? One of my closest Army buddies was a Mormon, and the scariest things I learned about him was that he never cursed, tried to be nice to everyone, and wouldn't drink caffeinated drinks or alcohol. Other than those horrible traits (and I'm not sure if those were mandated by LDS or just personal choices), he fit right in with the rest of the GI's. Certainly not scary. He liked baseball, apple pie, drove a Chevy, watched football, etc..

The great statement a Romney victory will make is that Freedom of Religion is alive and well. The anti-God campaign will be dealt an astounding blow. Great news for your kids and mine.

Some scary Mormons of note:
Steve Young, NFL QB, 2x Superbowl MVP
*Thurl Bailey, N.C. State Wolfpack 1983 NCAA Basketball Championship team, later NBA
*Gladys Knight
Donnie and Marie Osmond (and family)
Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory)
Katherine Heigl (Gray's Anatomy, Knocked Up, etc..)
Stephenie Meyers (Author of the Twilight vampire novels)
Stephen Covey (self-help guru, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and more)
Paul Walker (Fast and Furious)
Wilford Brimley (countless movies and TV shows)
SCI-FI author - Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game - brilliant I might add)
there's more
Aaron Eckhart, Chelsea Handler, NFL Coach Andy Reid, Christina Aguilera, David Archuleta, Eliza Dushku

I could go on. Nobody scary on that list.

To be fair, there are 2 famous Mormons that may be considered scary by some:
Glen Beck - kinda scary, yet mainly to the left. The right just thinks he is a bit off.

And last but certainly not least and the most relevant,
DEMOCRATIC Senator of Nevada Harry Reid - Yes Harry Reid! I wish that was talked about more. How can the left bash Romney for being a Mormon, and praise the good job their senior elected (AND MORMON) official is doing for them in the Senate?

*The asterisks above are to indicate that The Church of Jesus Christ and LDS is not a white-only thing.

Mormons don't have an agenda of Death and Destruction to the heathens. They don't want to expand their empire across the borders. They may try to convert you, but simply don't answer the door when they knock. Rest easy oh ye brethren to the north.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:28 AM
reply to post by NewAgeMan

I am a Australia citizen and even i say dont vote money, firstly at least obama has experience, secondly everything that comes out of his mouth is BS, thirdly he's for the rich and we saw that when we saw that candid video of him at the dinner and fourthly hes a homophobic religious wack job, he has redneck voters who vote for him and wear shirts saying no homos, and this is a presidential candidate? please, he's no better then Australia's Tony abbott of the libral party who are backed by right wing extreamist of the Australian christian lobby who preach hatred to gays and lesbians and spend more money on funding homophobic hate campaigns and spend nothing on charity as shown in a spending statistics released last year.

Simply: Vote romeny and you vote homophobia, in experience, religious control in government, no gay and lesbian rights and also extream views on single mothers and abortion.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:29 AM
I'm disappointed with Obama, and I'm frustrated that the Democrats don't show more backbone, and champion the great success and prosperity that very Liberal policies of FDR brought to this country.

We have a lousy two-party system. But I cannot allow Republicans to win as long as I'm able to vote, or express my opinion. They've preached Austerity while not plugging the wholes in the rampant corruption on Wall Street that siphons more money than they can shave off the pockets of working Americans to "pay" for it. They as a group, are insulting to women, and have made an assault on the rights of the womb. They've been anti-science, against any solutions that don't involve Oil, Gas or Coal or more war. They fall all over each other to wear their religion on their sleeves and pretend to not believe in evolution -- wether it's an act or not -- I don't care.

Wrong on economics. Wrong on diplomacy. Wrong on Global Warming. Wrong on everything that matters.

The Republican party has been leading the rush to the bottom of the barrel -- and if I've only got two bad choices, I'm at least going to go with the group that TALKS like they have a clue.

So yes, I too pray to God or whomever has the power, that Romney doesn't win. If we elect someone who offshores his money, and has ownership through shell companies in voting machines - we welcome in another era of Bush. That's just stupid.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:34 AM
reply to post by primus2012

I've worked with Mormons as well. Really nice people.

Crazy as Hell, though.

One sweet lady had a brother who worked in weapons research. I wondered out loud how that jibed with his "Christian" beliefs. She didn't have an answer.

Yes, Mormons individually are a wholesome, non-cursing lot. But as a group, they are dangerous and their church supports mercenaries, secretly funds anti-gay agendas, and is always pushing for US hegemony. The modern age doesn't need people who believe in nonsense and would support a man like Mitt Romney -- it's like leaving explosives around in the hands of children.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:39 AM
reply to post by FlyersFan

Brit here. I'm not in love with Obama, I'm just terrified of Romney. He gives me the creeps. Flip flop.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 12:49 AM
Actually, I feel the economy is going to turn around just from word of Romney being elected. Plus I trust him to cut the bull from our budget. And he is a better man than you think. No one thinks left or right. They just need to project this to join a party and get elected. I really do feel that Romney wants to turn this country around. And he will earnestly try to get rid of Obamacare. The US can't afford it right now. Maybe at some later date we can try a different way of going about this. But the US needs quite a few stabile years and a balanced budget before they attempt this. I really think Romney is going to amaze quite a few folks.

If Canada built up trillions of dollars of debt in 4 years, would you re-elect the person? I just can't believe that anyone would do such a thing in the US. And this is just one reason out of many.

This is a bit OT, but I find it ironic that Romney's dad ran against Nixon (Watergate). And now Romney is running against Obama (Benghazigate).

Oh and one more thing... Obama says he needs more time to accomplish what he promised (4 years ago) to have done by now. Didn't he promise that if unemployment didn't reach 5.2% and the deficit wasn't cut by half, that he would not run for another term? Isn't this yet another of his lies?
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 01:05 AM

Originally posted by primus2012
Stephen Covey (self-help guru, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and more)

"Always begin with the end in mind."
~ Stephen Covey

I love that one, big time!

If only everyone could but recognize, while it's still on the way, the absurdity of it all.

History. The ultimate comedian.

And the joke's on us!

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 01:07 AM
Romney said he was going to outlaw pornography.

Take that with you to the polls.

posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 01:09 AM
reply to post by elouina

I disagree with your viewpoint, but i LOVE your avatar.

I always wondered what might be lurking at the heart of the galaxy now we know. Kitty. She was there all along!

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