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September 3, 2012 5:34:54 AM

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505267_162-57415081/support...

I recommend watching both videos. (And in no way is this a biased piece)

Mitt Romney is a very caring and compassionate man, as the investigatory piece of journalism reveals, driven by his faith in God to do good.

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September 4, 2012 1:59:53 AM

GOD has nothing to do with this it is the human side of Romney where I see no compassion at all.He is like a plastic statue to me.
September 4, 2012 2:13:33 AM

musical marv said:
GOD has nothing to do with this it is the human side of Romney where I see no compassion at all.He is like a plastic statue to me.

So you believe his faith has nothing to do with his will to do good by others?
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September 4, 2012 1:18:23 PM

The guy donated a ton of money to charities, something you don't see the rich liberal left doing. The liberal left start up charities with a lot of money, but that money doesn't go out the door like what Romney has done.

Romney has the backbone to make the decisions that need to be made for this country to get on the right track to help everyone.
September 4, 2012 3:03:32 PM

musical marv said:
GOD has nothing to do with this it is the human side of Romney where I see no compassion at all.He is like a plastic statue to me.
mjmjpfaff said:
So you believe his faith has nothing to do with his will to do good by others?
The Democrats and liberals NEED to perpetuate the narrative that Romney is an uncaring statue of a greedy capitalist. They NEED to maintain Romney as some form of boogie man hell bent on stealing form the poor to line the pockets of the rich. They NEED to continue the false perception that Obama knows what it's like to be poor and have to work hard for a living. They NEED Obama to be the champion of the middle class as they are the majority of the swing voters in this election; which is exactly why there has been so much rhetoric about "saving the middle class" coming from the democrats lately.

Let's face it, at this stage in the election cycle, the Democrats and liberals have few options left given the poor job Obama has done. The only thing Obama has going for him according to the pollsters is his "likability" and even that is at an all time low. Next to being more likable than Romney, Obama's got nothing!

Here's an inconvenient truth for the Democrats. The man who helped save my daughter was Mitt Romney.
September 4, 2012 10:28:11 PM

I just want to see a huge turn over in the House and Senate again. Truly I do.
September 5, 2012 3:06:53 AM

riser said:
The guy donated a ton of money to charities, something you don't see the rich liberal left doing. The liberal left start up charities with a lot of money, but that money doesn't go out the door like what Romney has done.

Romney has the backbone to make the decisions that need to be made for this country to get on the right track to help everyone.
He has the back bone to lie and cheat other people out of jobs and lie to the public constantly.This man is good to be an executive in a large company not a leader of a country.
September 5, 2012 4:59:45 AM

musical marv said:
He has the back bone to lie and cheat other people out of jobs and lie to the public constantly.This man is good to be an executive in a large company not a leader of a country.

Links to how he cheats other people Marv???
September 5, 2012 12:51:29 PM

musical marv said:
He has the back bone to lie and cheat other people out of jobs and lie to the public constantly.This man is good to be an executive in a large company not a leader of a country.


Bain took over companies that were failing. Companies that were going to fail if they did not succeed at that. Yes, many people who were dead weight lost their jobs. Many people who were possibly the problem within a company were fired. Some companies were not able to be saved. THEY WERE FAILING IN THE FIRST PLACE. Bain was there as a last resort to try to recover the company. Blame the company itself for being in that position that it had to rely on Bain to try to float. Blame the execs and the people of the company before you blame how Bain handled it.

Romney has shown time and again that he is capable of making the hard decisions for the greater good for everyone. People lose jobs, they can get jobs again. Under Obama, we have more relying on the gov't than wanting to get jobs. Hopefully under future President Romney that can change in the first two years.
September 6, 2012 3:06:21 AM

mjmjpfaff said:
Links to how he cheats other people Marv???
Read the reports on different sites and see it.Bain is one. Do you think Romney cares about the poverty in this country? Gimme a break. He is for the rich!
September 6, 2012 4:12:24 AM

Whats better?
Giving out your own money helping others, or taking others money to help out others?
Whats better, having your own money, and the help of others with the same idea, to give of themselves, or perpetuate your livelyhood by taking from others to help?
Who sounds worse here?
September 6, 2012 4:16:28 AM

musical marv said:
Read the reports on different sites and see it.Bain is one. Do you think Romney cares about the poverty in this country? Gimme a break. He is for the rich!

All I have seen is all of the FAILING companies that he has saved. If you can point me to some of those mysterious sites you are talking about I would love to take a look at them.
September 6, 2012 12:32:55 PM

Romney did have an 87% success rate in the companies Bain invested in and bought during Romney's tenure. Not a bad percentage in my opinion.
September 6, 2012 12:39:14 PM

musical marv said:
Read the reports on different sites and see it.Bain is one. Do you think Romney cares about the poverty in this country? Gimme a break. He is for the rich!
mjmjpfaff said:
All I have seen is all of the FAILING companies that he has saved. If you can point me to some of those mysterious sites you are talking about I would love to take a look at them.
Don't hold your breath mjmjpfaff! Marv is all about the accusations without substance.
September 6, 2012 1:43:55 PM

I think Marv is one cool bastard, who says exactly what he is thinking.

But I also think that Marv is pushing 70 and may not be making the greatest arguments. Which makes this thread and the others like it just a little sadder.
September 6, 2012 3:00:49 PM

chunkymonster said:
Don't hold your breath mjmjpfaff! Marv is all about the accusations without substance.


Ahh.. +1!
September 18, 2012 2:21:10 PM


Bain Capital ain't all that. This is a bad (and sad) miscalculation and characterization of a "businessman" meant to dupe voters

Creative Destruction (Mitt's term) is on the exact same level with leveraged buyout and out-sourcing.

Sucking out cash, bankrupting companies, piling on debt, reneging on debt, selling assets, and out-sourcing jobs. For huge 'consultation' fees and quick, insane profit for Bain and their investors.

These are not aspects of capitalism that Romney wants his *Etch-A_Sketch* so-called professional business reputation and experience marketed and built upon. There is a substantial adult population in the United States who lived through it in the 1980s and 1990s. They don't believe the Madison Avenue Mitt portrayed in his campaign marketing. These Americans see Mitt's business experience exactly as Newt and Rick Perry described it:

Vulture Capitalism

And that business model has put millions of Americans out of work over the last 30 years.



September 18, 2012 2:26:10 PM

Saved a lot of jobs though. You can't argue that. Employed a lot more people too.. Just look at Staples.
September 18, 2012 2:29:49 PM


Staples killed every mom & pop office supply business in the country, and was the primary business model in out-sourcing American jobs and products to cheap, overseas labor.

September 18, 2012 2:40:45 PM

Wisecracker said:
Staples killed every mom & pop office supply business in the country, and was the primary business model in out-sourcing American jobs and products to cheap, overseas labor.


I worked there for a while about 5 years back and they were awful employers.

One thing worth noting is corporation like Staples are not Americans. All the stupid sh*t they sold with the Staples logo was manufactured elsewhere. Our tech support was outsourced, and wages were stupidly low.
September 18, 2012 2:47:14 PM

Wisecracker said:
Bain Capital ain't all that. This is a bad (and sad) miscalculation and characterization of a "businessman" meant to dupe voters

Creative Destruction (Mitt's term) is on the exact same level with leveraged buyout and out-sourcing.

Sucking out cash, bankrupting companies, piling on debt, reneging on debt, selling assets, and out-sourcing jobs. For huge 'consultation' fees and quick, insane profit for Bain and their investors.

These are not aspects of capitalism that Romney wants his *Etch-A_Sketch* so-called professional business reputation and experience marketed and built upon. There is a substantial adult population in the United States who lived through it in the 1980s and 1990s. They don't believe the Madison Avenue Mitt portrayed in his campaign marketing. These Americans see Mitt's business experience exactly as Newt and Rick Perry described it:

Vulture Capitalism

And that business model has put millions of Americans out of work over the last 30 years.

When Bain took over staples they had 5,300 jobs. When he left Bain they had 50,000.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303292204...
September 18, 2012 3:18:28 PM


Break it down between new jobs created, and new jobs simply absorbed via acquisition.

See: Quill Corporation

Leading office supply mail order company in the 1980s selling US-made products. Now, they sell overseas crap.

And they are the most profitable division of Staples after being *absorbed*



September 18, 2012 5:50:18 PM

Blame the consumer for creating that market. Walmart didn't happen because of corporate greed. It happened because that's what the consumer is dictating.
September 18, 2012 6:38:06 PM

Wisecracker said:
Break it down between new jobs created, and new jobs simply absorbed via acquisition.

See: Quill Corporation

Leading office supply mail order company in the 1980s selling US-made products. Now, they sell overseas crap.

And they are the most profitable division of Staples after being *absorbed*
I love reading the hash-slinging about Mitt Romney and Bain Capital. Based on some of the accusations I'm not even sure if people have a firm grasp on what venture capital/private equity companies do and the value they return to the marketplace.

The arguments about Bain are all straw men made to distract voters from the real issues; high under and unemployment, $16 Trillion national debt, toxic foreign policy causing anti-American protests in the Middle East, the Senate not voting on a federal budget in over three years, 47% of Americans having zero federal tax liability, the 40% reduction of middle class wealth over the past four years...
September 18, 2012 10:09:23 PM

First of all, retailers are left to their vendors.
If manu cant compete here in the states, those sku's are bought elsewheres, and not anyones fault as far as retailing goes.
As the good enough mantra swept accross the states, places like walmart and staples allowed and sold these skus.
We adopted a lessor quality where it wasnt as needed because of pricing, and for some people to recognize this, they shouldnt be blamed for it, nor should the retailers.
Its your money, spend it where you will, and if you fail to support your mom n pops, no matter their business, dont be surprised if they just go away
September 19, 2012 3:21:53 AM

riser said:
The guy donated a ton of money to charities, something you don't see the rich liberal left doing. The liberal left start up charities with a lot of money, but that money doesn't go out the door like what Romney has done.

Romney has the backbone to make the decisions that need to be made for this country to get on the right track to help everyone.
A backbone where he thinks 47% of the country are moochers and parasites of the government. This man is not realistic at all!
September 19, 2012 12:47:57 PM

musical marv said:
A backbone where he thinks 47% of the country are moochers and parasites of the government. This man is not realistic at all!


Context marv, context. You won't get it from CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, HuffPo, NYTimes, LATimes, Boston Globe, Newsweek, or USA Today.

Just sayin'
September 19, 2012 2:54:41 PM

musical marv said:
A backbone where he thinks 47% of the country are moochers and parasites of the government. This man is not realistic at all!


47% pay no income tax at the end of the year. Those who make less can get it all back, or even make money off it. When I started the work force, I always filed as Exempt - something few people realize you can do. From there, I always claim myself on my W2s so I don't over pay in taxes.

47%.. with 11.7% unemployed, not even looking at the under employed, or the people not making enough to even pay income taxes.. 47% is realistic I think. And yes, those people are likely to vote Democrat because they get something from the gov't instead of only getting the opportunity to do more.

I believe it was one of our founding fathers who said the end of this country would come when Congress realizes they can buy votes [...by giving out more benefits to the people].
September 19, 2012 3:02:28 PM

musical marv said:
A backbone where he thinks 47% of the country are moochers and parasites of the government. This man is not realistic at all!
The irony of 47% of tax payers having zero tax liability is Obama's call for everyone to pay their fair share.

How can someone who gets all if not more of their federal tax dollars returned to them be any less accountable for he poor state of the economy than the "evil millionaires and billionaires" who are supposedly not paying enough in taxes. The joke is that the millionaires and billionaires ultimately end up actually contributing money to the general treasury whereas the 47% do not.

The really sad part about Obama's rhetoric about "paying your fair share" is that it is the middle class who are getting totally soaked as it is the middle class that pays the majority of the taxes to begin with.

So, you may not agree with what Romney said about the 47%, he did nothing more than speak the truth that Democrats have been demagoguing to intentionally keep the electorate distracted from reality.

If Obama was truly interested in having all tax payers "pay their fair share" he would agree to a complete and total overhaul of the tax code and addressing the very cause of why the 47% have zero federal tax liability and why the evil millionaires and billionaires can take advantage of loopholes and write-offs.

But Obama's continued class warfare and Democrat demagoguery just proves that he does not actually believe in anyone paying their fair share but actually believes in the redistribution of wealth.
September 19, 2012 3:13:35 PM

You know whats really funny about Romneys claim? The states with the highest level of people who pay no income tax are in the deep south!?!?! Go figure. So Romney is really railing against his own supporters..... lol.


Do you know which states have the nighest amount of people paying income tax? Northern States!
September 19, 2012 3:21:00 PM

Did you know that NYC relies on millionaires who live there? Otherwise, without them the city wouldn't have enough money to support the.. 8 million people who rely on the city's features.
September 19, 2012 4:08:28 PM

Oh but wait it gets better.

Quote:
Surprisingly, a not insignificant number of those who are clearly well off are also among the “lucky duckies.” There are 78,000 tax filers with incomes of $211,000 to $533,000 who will pay no federal income taxes this year. Even more amazingly, there are 24,000 households with incomes of $533,000 to $2.2 million with zero income tax liability, and 3,000 tax filers with incomes above $2.2 million with the same federal income tax liability as most of those with incomes barely above the poverty level.


http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/28/who-doesnt...
September 19, 2012 4:56:27 PM

Who writes the tax code?

That's right! Wealthy politicians do! Go figure they would give advantages to the rich when the rich are the ones writing the tax code. Makes perfect sense.
September 19, 2012 6:21:46 PM

Oldmangamer_73 said:
Who writes the tax code?

That's right! Wealthy politicians do! Go figure they would give advantages to the rich when the rich are the ones writing the tax code. Makes perfect sense.


I was referring to the context of what Mitt Romney said.... Im sure they all have perfectly legal reasons for not paying income tax, but thats not the point.
September 19, 2012 7:21:26 PM

wanamingo said:
I was referring to the context of what Mitt Romney said.... Im sure they all have perfectly legal reasons for not paying income tax, but thats not the point.


sorry, I missed the point. What was it again?

I doubt you really know the context tbh mingo. You won't get the context from the MSM. The first person i've heard put it in context was today on Rush Limbaugh's show.

Not even Fox news reported it accurately.
September 19, 2012 7:36:41 PM

wanamingo said:
Oh but wait it gets better.

Quote:
Surprisingly, a not insignificant number of those who are clearly well off are also among the “lucky duckies.” There are 78,000 tax filers with incomes of $211,000 to $533,000 who will pay no federal income taxes this year. Even more amazingly, there are 24,000 households with incomes of $533,000 to $2.2 million with zero income tax liability, and 3,000 tax filers with incomes above $2.2 million with the same federal income tax liability as most of those with incomes barely above the poverty level.


http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/28/who-doesnt...
C'mon now mingo, be fair and post the paragraphs following the one you selectively quoted...
Quote:
It is not because of the earned-income tax credit or the child credit that the ultra-wealthy are paying no federal income taxes.

One reason, undoubtedly, is that capital gains are a huge percentage of their income and they may have losses from previous years to offset any realized gains this year. Perhaps some chose to invest all their wealth in tax-free municipal bonds.

And, of course, a large industry of tax lawyers make their living advising the wealthy on how to minimize their tax liability by exploiting existing provisions of the tax law.
If anything that article only drives home the point OMG_73 is making in that the true issue here is the tax code itself and not the politics of division and demagoguery.

But one thing in the article that really stood out to me was...
Quote:
These data look only at legal tax avoidance; they do not account for illegal tax evasion, which is quite extensive, especially at the top and the bottom of the income distribution. Those in the middle class who have only wage income are much more limited in their opportunities for evasion.
...that the largest amount of tax evasion/avoidance takes place in the same two income levels (the 47% and the "lucky duckies") who can take advantage of the tax code to minimize or have absolutely no federal tax liability; whereas it is the middle class who only have wage income that are getting royally effed in the poop shooter to pick up the slack for the 47% of freeloaders and the lucky duckies!
September 20, 2012 3:04:11 AM

riser said:
Did you know that NYC relies on millionaires who live there? Otherwise, without them the city wouldn't have enough money to support the.. 8 million people who rely on the city's features.
Millionaires like Bloomberg and Trump who cares less about the poor or seniors.Where did you get these facts from?
September 20, 2012 3:48:02 AM

musical marv said:
Millionaires like Bloomberg and Trump who cares less about the poor or seniors.Where did you get these facts from?

http://blog.heritage.org/2011/10/04/in-pictures-how-muc...
Top 50% pay 97% of taxes even though they account for 86% of the wealth, and the top 10% pay 70% of all taxes but account for 45% of the wealth. Sounds like the rich are already paying more than their fair share.
This took me 1 minute. Stats exactly like this are all over the internet.

Oh my! Obama is taxing mostly the middle class to pay for the Healthcare Law. Egad! How could he???---> http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jmIII...
September 20, 2012 7:21:31 AM

If the rich are being unfair, then so are the lower end according to mingos link.
Having been in state office, its congresses fault, and the current and past admins whos responible here and to blame, not Romney, as he didnt create the tax structure nor vote for these things, unlike Obama,Bush. Pelosi, Reed etc.


Now, if changes are to be made, then start on the spending side and work towards a leaner more effective revenue, as it only makes sense, instead of being the fool, shifting the blame onto someone who hasnt even partaken in all this
September 20, 2012 11:56:40 AM

JAYDEEJOHN said:
If the rich are being unfair, then so are the lower end according to mingos link.
Having been in state office, its congresses fault, and the current and past admins whos responible here and to blame, not Romney, as he didnt create the tax structure nor vote for these things, unlike Obama,Bush. Pelosi, Reed etc.


Now, if changes are to be made, then start on the spending side and work towards a leaner more effective revenue, as it only makes sense, instead of being the fool, shifting the blame onto someone who hasnt even partaken in all this


No doubt reductions in spending are needed, but this *Tax Cut* leaner-revenues canard is 100% fail. Tax cuts do not pay for themselves, and the primary issue with *The Romney Plan* is he cannot cut taxes, raise defense spending and cut the Federal deficit. It's Voodoo Economics, Part III. The math does not work.

Federal revenues in the United States as a percentage of GDP have run 15% for the last 4 years. We have reached this point over the last dozen years from a budget in surplus with Federal revenues of 19-20% at the turn of the century.

Putting the onus of deficit reduction on the spending side is also 100% fail. In FY13-14, Federal spending will settle at 22-23% of GDP. At a minimum, spending/revenue needs to be 1:1.

Blaming Po' Folks is also 100% fail. In addition to paying Federal payroll and gas taxes, their overall tax burden includes a myriad of state and local sales, gas, income and property taxes and fees.

This is what Mitt completely missed in his *47%* talking point canard (that, and thinking folks with annual salaries of $200k to $250k as 'middle income'). Median household income in the US is $50k.

Lookee here ----> Our fellow countries with Federal revenues in the range of 15% GDP:
Armenia (14.1%) -- Azerbaijan (17.8%) -- Benin (15.4%) -- Bhutan (10.7%) -- Burundi (17.4%) -- Costa Rica (14.0%) -- Côte d'Ivoire (15.3%) -- Dominican Republic (15.0%) -- Congo (13.2%) -- Ecuador -- 13.2% -- Egypt (15.8%) -- El Salvador (13.3%) -- Ethiopia (11.6%) -- Guatemala (11.9%) -- Honduras (15.6%) -- Kenya (18.4%) -- Liberia (13.2%) -- Malaysia (15.5%) -- Micronesia (12.3%) -- Mozambique (13.4%) -- Nicaragua (17.8%) -- Panama (10.6%) -- Paraguay (12.0%) -- Peru (15.1%) -- Philippines (14.4%) -- Rwanda (14.1%) -- Sri Lanka (15.3%) -- Tajikistan (16.5%) -- Thailand (17.0%) -- Togo (15.5%) -- Tunisia (14.9%) -- Uganda (12.6%) -- Vietnam (13.8%) -- Zambia (16.1%)


This is not the company a modern society and leading global industrialized nation wants to keep.



September 20, 2012 12:34:33 PM

I wasnt arguing tax code, we have already had a few threads concerning that, I think the H word killed them.

To take a page from the conservative playbook this is class warfare at its finest. Basically Mitt Romney was saying that poor people will vote for Obama, and the way we know that is because 47% of people pay no income tax.

Well that's not true, he has now offended The elderly, Veterans, Students, Children, Poor, and even a few hundred thousand very wealthy potential supporters. How naive do you have to be to assume that all non income tax paying citizens will vote democrat.?

Quote:
"There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. All right, there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it. That that's an entitlement. And the government should give it to them. And they will vote for this president no matter what.""


The man is a fool, but its not like he can really walk that line back he HAS to defend it so close the the election. Romney literally just lost the election.

So lets check out a few more from the video:

Quote:
"Had he [Romney's dad] been born of Mexican parents, I'd have a better shot of winning this."


Mitts not going to lose because hes white.....

Quote:
"We use Ann sparingly right now so that people don't get tired of her."


Sounds like a real loving husband.....

September 20, 2012 12:49:11 PM

That's not what he was saying. You see, this is the 50 seconds of video the MSM isn't showing.

Romney was answering a specific question from one of the attendees who asked about the 47% and how Romney is going to go about trying to persuade them to vote for him. Romney basically said there are a certain percentage of American whom will never vote for Romney because the principles of less government, lower taxes, a reduction in spending on entitlements is NOT in their interest.

And he is exactly right. That is an accurate statement. Is is also an accurate statement to say that 47% of Americans have no federal tax liability. That is the truth. Sorry if it hurts.

The 47% "quote" is unfortunate, but Romney didn't bring it up, the donor who asked the question did. He was simply answering the question.

See what I mean about context? You don't get it when they hide nearly a minute of real audio/video and information from you.
September 20, 2012 1:05:22 PM

Oldmangamer_73 said:
That's not what he was saying. You see, this is the 50 seconds of video the MSM isn't showing.

Romney was answering a specific question from one of the attendees who asked about the 47% and how Romney is going to go about trying to persuade them to vote for him. Romney basically said there are a certain percentage of American whom will never vote for Romney because the principles of less government, lower taxes, a reduction in spending on entitlements is NOT in their interest.

See what I mean about context? You don't get it when they hide nearly a minute of real audio/video and information from you.


Quote:
Audience member: For the last three years, all everybody's been told is, "Don't worry, we'll take care of you." How are you going to do it, in two months before the elections, to convince everybody you've got to take care of yourself?

Romney: There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. All right, there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. That that's an entitlement. And the government should give it to them. And they will vote for this president no matter what. And I mean, the president starts off with 48, 49, 48—he starts off with a huge number. These are people who pay no income tax. Forty-seven percent of Americans pay no income tax. So our message of low taxes doesn't connect. And he'll be out there talking about tax cuts for the rich. I mean that's what they sell every four years. And so my job is not to worry about those people—I'll never convince them that they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. What I have to do is convince the 5 to 10 percent in the center that are independents that are thoughtful, that look at voting one way or the other depending upon in some cases emotion, whether they like the guy or not, what it looks like. I mean, when you ask those people…we do all these polls—I find it amazing—we poll all these people, see where you stand on the polls, but 45 percent of the people will go with a Republican, and 48 or 4…


I believe that is the full transcript including the question by anonymous audience member. As you can very clearly see Romney doesn't know why 47% of people dont pay income tax, he just assumes they are all welfare queens asking for government help.

http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/09/full-transc... - Full transcript.

http://taxvox.taxpolicycenter.org/2011/07/27/why-do-peo...

Literally 2/3 of people who pay no income tax are the elderly and the working poor with kids. A family of 5 making 50K a year would pay no income tax. My grandparents might pay no income tax, but they sure as hell paid into the system. Also how many injured veterans are on "entitlements"? Probably a few, and most arent paying federal income tax, another slap in the face.
September 20, 2012 1:14:24 PM

47% of the people I surveyed said they didn't know who this Mitt guy is.

The remaining 53% surveyed felt they were clear that 47% of people wouldn't vote for him in the next election.

All he has to do now is alienate the minority groups:

Homosexuals - done
African-Americans - done
Hispanics - to do

As this rate the 1% left are the uber rich ... they will vote for him.

This isn't even a race ... All Obama has to do is keep his mouth shut and turn up on the day.

What a one horse race.
September 20, 2012 1:15:17 PM

Where the part about the deficit, the federal reserve, bankruptcy, and entitlements? A bunch missing from that transcript.
September 21, 2012 2:30:53 AM

Reynod said:
47% of the people I surveyed said they didn't know who this Mitt guy is.

The remaining 53% surveyed felt they were clear that 47% of people wouldn't vote for him in the next election.

All he has to do now is alienate the minority groups:

Homosexuals - done
African-Americans - done
Hispanics - to do

As this rate the 1% left are the uber rich ... they will vote for him.

This isn't even a race ... All Obama has to do is keep his mouth shut and turn up on the day.

What a one horse race.
You sound you know it all .You could be wrong with your facts also.Mitt Romney is not very well liked this is another reason he can loose this race.Yet he could win with the debates coming up.
September 21, 2012 9:38:30 AM

Yes he could lose though it doesn't seem likely.

I mean Mitt is basically saying less tax and less govt ... so he wants to turn the US into a country like Mexico does he?

Thats a recipe for a third world country.

September 22, 2012 3:18:35 AM

Reynod said:
Yes he could lose though it doesn't seem likely.

I mean Mitt is basically saying less tax and less govt ... so he wants to turn the US into a country like Mexico does he?

Thats a recipe for a third world country.
Why do put down a Third World Country! I use to live in one .Romney is a piece of turd with his lies over and over and his false pretenses he wants to help the country. We are not stupid here!
September 22, 2012 4:14:17 AM

musical marv said:
Why do put down a Third World Country! I use to live in one .Romney is a piece of turd with his lies over and over and his false pretenses he wants to help the country. We are not stupid here!

Yet another accusation without substance. Please Marv.
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