reply to post by Kang69
No. Voting for Obama does not mean one supports all these things you claim, OP, all it necessarily means is that a person thinks Obama will do a
better job as president than Romney.
Romney's foreign policy team has many of the same neocons from the Bush II administration. This is one reason cited by Colin Powell for his Obama
Romney and Ryan lied over and over again, and Romney kept changing his position on this, that and the other thing. He showed himself to have no
character. Furthermore, how can anyone vote for a person who you aren't even sure what his policies are.
A number of Obama's bad policies are essentially carry-overs from the Bush II regime or ramping up Bush II polices. You think Romney would be any
better? Heck no. The only bonus with Romney would be that he would be even more in the pockets of the corporations and financial interests.
Also during the foreign policy debate, Romney said that as president he would have Iran's president tried in international court for being a
holocaust denier. I was very surprised no one picked up on this, but the MSM is pro-Israel and pro-war. But just how would Romney accomplish this
and under what legal authority? Apparently he thinks he is president of the world. A person saying ridiculous stuff like this has no business being
president. The best I can figure, it was meant as pandering to Israel and pro-Zionists in the US, but in any case it is whacked rhetoric. One would
be a fool to vote for this pandering cretin who puts US interests second or third, i.e. behind his own and Israel's.
So, OP, what would voters for Romney support, besides curtailed women's health rights and extended tax cuts for the rich? Other than that, I
honestly can't tell you what he is for because of his flip flopping and flipping back again. He was against FEMA before he was for it right after
Hurricane Sandy hit.
Obama is a flawed leader, to be sure, we at least know pretty much what his policies are. Some are bad, but I heard nothing from Romney that would
lead me to think that his policies would be any better.
But hey, if you want to get together over the unconstitutional polices of the Obama regime, much of which includes legislation by both Democrats and
the GOP, then I'm happy to join you in a third party movement to throw all the bums out (leaving only a few of the congress remaining). But don't
try making the specious argument that Obama was a worse choice than Romney.