July 19, 2012
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Ok listening to Romney sing "America" in Obama's new commercial makes my ears bleed.
He's really not worth commenting on. It would be better if you just pretended he did not exist, since he will be no more than an obscure Jeopardy question 20 years from now. And hopefully, so will the two party political system (but not nearly as likely, sadly).
David in Liberty
I don't want to put you in cardiac arrest David but I agree with you.
You almost put ME in cardiac arrest...
Lol at David's comment.
I actually think this will be a very interesting and much remembered election. I am hoping for Obama to stay in, for another shift in the house, and for better economic tidings.
However, I think Mitt will run a really well orchestrated campaign. His choice in running mate is extremely important (note Sarah Palin for the last election.. oof that is remembered as a mistake now). The questions about his tax filings and offshore banking/investing are becoming a major issue.
OBummer has gone from yes we can to hey this is why we couldn't.
Sadly, there really is only one party.
The illusion is that you are given a choice, but the puppet masters control both so called parties.
Ron Paul knows how to carry a tune-
ROFL Harry, that so owned ;)
They're both laughingstocks. But in the case of Romney, he's a laughingstock with no personality and nothing interesting to say (except for when he's pretending to co-opt a Ron Paul position.)
Romney has to be the least electable candidate to ever win the GOP nomination. Both parties (and their few remaining cheerleaders) are so completely out of step with modern America that this election will be only good for humor. And there will be plenty of that.
I can't deny Mr. Milquetoast is about the most uninspirarational candidate ever, but I know he knows business. The other guy, I doubt if he can balance his own checkbook.