Originally posted by wittywonkaTo be honest, I could care less what his platform is. He says he wants to repeal Obamacare, but can't do it alone. It would take a supermajority to do it, and it ain't happen'in and he knows it. Even if it did, he would put another monumental government program in place like Romneycare. Yipee!!
I'm curious--which part of his platform do you disagree with? See below:
Originally posted by wittywonkaAgain, I could care less what the man says. If we see them for what they are, which are globalists and progressives, then their future actions are far too predictable. In the end, what can we really expect, they are just politicians pulling our legs again, right? (wink, wink)
His platform would suggest otherwise.
Originally posted by whodeyGreat idea.
Get it out of retirement.
Get it out of health care.
Get it out of education etc.
Good luck with that.
Originally posted by EladarI'm not even sure what being a US citizen means now. I mean, the NDAA says we can be arrested without trial indefinately even though you may be a US citizen. In addition, it seems that anyone in the world can now be a US citizen. The only criteria is making it across the border somehow, someway.
Education of course is supposed to be a state issue, but the our Federal government wants to follow more of a European model. We are no longer us citizens we are now US subjects.
Originally posted by whodeyYou campaign in poetry and govern in prose.
Again, I could care less what the man says. If we see them for what they are, which are globalists and progressives, then their future actions are far too predictable. In the end, what can we really expect, they are just politicians pulling our legs again, right? (wink, wink)
It's like Obama saying he would close down club Gitmo and send the troops home ...[text shortened]... s full of poo. You have to say certain things to get elected, and then turn your back on them.
Originally posted by wittywonkaI will probably vote libertarian. Imagine that, I'm one of the 1%'ers who will vote Libertarian and are the only ones that would challenge the 1%er elitists.
You campaign in poetry and govern in prose.
I'm certainly not going to be disappointed if you don't vote for Romney--especially if you're one of the 13.8% of Americans living in Ohio, Florida, or Pennsylvania--but not voting at all is hardly worth the "right" to sit around bemoaning the failures of society and all its leaders. Even voting for a third-party candidate without much chance of winning is better than that.