A Crucial Question

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  1. nodoginnafight
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    If the only place Romney has ever tried to govern (Massachusetts) is overwhelming supporting Obama and wants absolutely no part of a Romney presidency, why should I?
     
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    Because Mass. is a flaming liberal state?
     
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    You should think for yourself and not let the actions of people you don't know command you to act a certain way.

    Unless you're just that weak.
     
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    If you surrender thought to others, yes, then that is an important question.
     
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    My state, MA, has a large liberal majority. Look at which presidential canidates we have supported over the last 30 years and you will see that every time it has been the democrat.

    This says a lot about my state of massachussetts and very little about Mitt Romney.

    The dropkick murphy's know my state's mentality


    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVvcslW21lQ]Dropkick Murphys - The State Of Massachusetts- YouTube[/ame]
     
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    I love me some Dropkick Murphys!
     
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    Because Obama is a world class failure.
     
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    The state of Massachusetts has been overwhelmingly Democratic for decades. It is the home of the Kennedy's and the fact that Romney was able to be voted in as Governor says a great deal in itself.
     
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    Maybe it does say a great deal - perhaps that he's not the "conservative" that he is trying to pass himself off as in order to get elected????? Hmmmmmm

    To those whose argument was "don't surtrender your own thought to others" I have to laugh.
    Do you listen to your doctor's opinion? Your Lawyers? Your tax accountant?
    A wise man can learn from his mistakes - A REALLY wise man can learn from other people's mistakes.
    A truly silly man continues to make the same mistakes others have already made, convincing himself he's different and the same poor results won't happen to him.

    btw. toddster patriot - really like the profile photo.
     
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    Absolutely I listen to my physician, my attorney, and my tax accountant. One, I pay them for that advice; and two, I willfully surrender my thought to them for reason.

    Other than that, I don't surrender my thought to journalists, bloggers, op-ed writers, politicians, and the average Joes and Janes. It's a practice which has worked well for me so far, so I will continue it.
     

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