posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:12 AM
Someone explain to me how he is factually incorrect? Someone explain to me what people voted "For" if it wasn't the benefits and promises of
handouts? Did they vote for more floundering economy? More inflation? More national debt? Less Constitutional protections? If it wasn't the
promise of handouts, what was it???
Let's be real... even Benjamin Franklin saw it coming over 200 years ago when he stated "When people realize they can vote themselves money, that
will herald the end of the Republic".
Take a look at every single demographic that voted for Obama in swarming numbers - each was promised the prospect of a handout or benefit. College
kids, which represent the highest unemployment, voted for Obama over-whelmingly. Are you trying to tell me that they voted for him because they like
holding 4 waitress jobs and like living in their parents basement? Um, no... they voted for being allowed to stay on mommy and daddy's insurance
well into adulthood. They voted for relief on student loan interest. They voted for further student loan guarantees.
How about low-income? I guess they voted for Obama because they LOVE being unemployed, destitute and in perennial poverty, right? I don't think so.
They voted because Obama has DOUBLED the number of families receiving food stamps. He has eased the welfare-to-work requirements. He has handed out
free cell phones. He has guaranteed free internet service. He has people receiving unemployment benefits into their second year!
To the Latinos? Amnesty. Legalization. Free healthcare. Lower education costs.
To the liberal women? Free birth control. Free abortions. He even promised free mammograms (Incorrectly I should add!).
Ben Franklin, Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson were all correct, if not downright prescient, when they declared that the future electorate
would vote not for character, but for their share of government largesse and that would likely be the end of the country. Sometimes the truth hurts,
but what Romney stated was nothing but pure fact. I'll be anxious to see someone refute that with REAL facts - not hyperbole and dissembling.