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  • wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Jul 28, 2012 3:30 PM Flag

    OT: Who will Repub. nominate 4 President?

    Big bucks will fade if Romney is nominated?

    LOL, not hardly! For starters, it's way too late to nominate anyone else. Besides, the Romney puppet fits exactly the mold his bankster and industrial handlers want in that position. The Republican hierarchy would naturally be happier if he was more likeable to the sheeple, but his philosophy is perfect for their purposes. It would probably help his likeability if he didn't walk like he's got a corn cob stuck up his butt :)

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    • I am an independent.

      As a practical matter, the president should be limited to one term - less power.

      The current president had an opportunity to pursue his agenda.

      In fairness, another individual should have an opportunity to pursue his agenda.

      I think senators and representatives should also be limited to one term - less power.

      If Obama wins in November, he will suffer the pains of office.

      If Romney wins in November, he will suffer the pains of office.

      The best hope for Obama or Romney is to be defeated - each man could then enjoy peace and prosperity.

      After eight years as president, Bill Clinton became an old man. - GoldMetalMania

      P.S. - I strongly support the idea of a female president. The male dominated government has not done a very good job in my lifetime.

      P.P.S. - Be wary of ALL politicians; they may do three things:
      1) Take your money
      2) Take your freedom
      3) Take your life (war)

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      • I could describe myself as Independent as Hell, but that don't make my judgement any better. With all due respect I found your assertion that "The current president had an opportunity to pursue his agenda." to be bordering on delusion. Any intelligent, impartial observer of Washington D.C. over the last 3 and one half years KNOWS that simply is NOT TRUE! You might be independent, but you're also dead WRONG!

        It's one thing to argue about values and policies, but to claim that an obstructionism hasn't either prevented this President from passing his agenda or that the compromise reached with the opposition wasn't watered down to minimize it's impact is either ignorant or disingenuous. The Senate Minority Leader publicly stated three years ago exactly what the Republicans were going to do. They were going to defeat President Obama no matter the cost. One crisis after another with Republican obstructionism on the national debt, and finance and budgets, and who in this country is unaware of the BS that's been going on?

        You may not agree with the policies that Obama would like to put in place, that's your opinion and your choice, but to claim that Obama has had a chance to apply his agenda is a falsehood of pure folly! Jeeez. Don't you read the newspaper?

        b.

 
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