Barrack Obama's RNC proclamation highlights six major personal shortcomings.

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    Barrack Obama proclaimed that he would not watch the RNC while urging college age kids to watch it and somehow realize how it was not what they should believe.

    1. Obama's willingness to completely disregard Republicans at every turn. Remember in 2008; Obama stated that he would change how DC worked? Instead he turned the vitriol knob two notches hotter. What does it say, that a man in his position would so callously say he will not be listening to the ideas of the opposition?

    2. Obama's a freaking psychopath. Psychopath's are largely unaware of how their lies are interpreted by clear thinking people. Does anybody in their right mind believe for one second that Obama won't be tuned into the platform of the 'enemy?'

    3. Obama's incompetence. It's rather shortsighted to bitch slap so many potential voters. Independents can watch the great ideas and say to themselves; so Obama doesn't even want to hear this? We have heard account after account about Obama disregarding good advice to pursue his agenda of failure.

    4. Obama is a hopeless ideologue. He pursues his anti colonialist vision for America; a vision that downgrades America and he has no use for ideas bases upon 'America's greatness.'

    5. Obama realizes that he can't win the votes of mature voters. He still wants to be the rock star in chief. Notice, he did not tell everyone to watch the RNC. He told college aged kids to watch it. He plans on making immature personal attack after immature personal attack to appeal to young and impressionable minds. Never mind, that he can't appeal to people with 'life experience.'

    6. Obama's belief in the public indoctrination system. He believes that his message of collectivism is resonating in a new generation and he is not worried about the RNC turning their minds. He believes in the system (propped by Hollywood) that much that he's not even worried about many college aged students flipping.

    Source: Obama tells voters to watch Republicans, but he's not | Reuters
     
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    At least he hasn't taken up the saxaphone.
     
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    Yeah, the Romney/Ryan supporters are real mature. They think you can cut taxes and increase spending and somehow that'll magically balance the budget.
     
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    Nice propaganda. Too bad Ryan preemptively dispelled your nonsense by stating in his speech that spending should not exceed 20 percent of GDP. We know that Obama (supporters) will rely on 'lies, distortions, and distractions.' Thanks for showing that first hand.
     
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    But he also don't support any tax increases, and revenues are currently around 15% of GDP. So there's a 5% per year deficit right there. It's also going to be hard for them to keep their promises to not cut Social Security/Medicare and double defense spending without going over 20%.
     
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    First off; the quote is that spending will not exceed twenty percent of GDP. You're mixing that up with revenues and then doing some sort of fraudulant math to come up with an equally fraudulant 5 percent figure that doesn't mean anything.

    Second off, Romney/Ryan are not running on not cutting social security/medicare. They have stated quite clearly that belt tightening is in order. However, Obama did rob seniors of $722 billion to pay for entitlements to his entitled constituents. That is nothing to shake a stick at.
     
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    Increased spending is not part of the Romeny agenda. Perhaps you should actually know what you're talking about so that we can spend time debating real factors and not correcting your incorrect statements. Never mind, I just won't read your clean zone posts. I don't have time for such nonsense.
     
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    If we are spending 20% of GDP but only taking in 15% of GDP how are we not running a deficit?
     
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    I'm not mixing up anything. If spending is going to be 20% of GDP, but revenues are only 15% of GDP, that creates a 5% shortfall. Nothing fraudulent about that at all.

    Romney had said repeatedly that he will not cut benefits for current seniors. Also, it's pretty damn dishonest to say we need to tighten our belt, then attack Obama for doing. Doubly so for Ryan, since his budget proposal assumes the same cuts he's attacking (except that instead of taking it from insurance company slush fund, he's actually cutting benefits).
     
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    Romney has stated repeatedly that he wants to massively increase defense spending. He's also promised to not cut Social Security and Medicare for current seniors.
     

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