Discussion in 'Politics' started by beretta304, Oct 18, 2012.
Now there's a platform to run on.
they actually think that running on binders, big bird, and condoms is a good strategy while our nation is struggling
Folx, the wheels are coming off!
It's all they have left. They attacked Romney every which way and none of it has worked.
Bain, dog on car roof, binders, price of Ann's blouse, dressage...
Democrats have just gotten way to petty to be relevant.
If they aren't panicking over the polls, they should be. This is around the time they start mattering.
and there response is to talk about binders....
Why not talk about how you are going to fix the problems we deal with, instead of ignoring them?
I say let them talk binders. They think it works but we know it diminshes them and won't entice anyone to vote for them.
Why have I posted the last half dozen or so posts with references to binders? I gave it some thought and I realized what is actually troubling about the binder remark. There have been others in politics who are known for their gaffes, Biden, Bush, Gore, but with Romney there is a slight, or not so slight, difference. As with his remark on England's Olympics preparedness, Russia being the worst enemy, the 47%, running over the debate moderator, and now women in binders his remarks tend to piss people off. Many managers will confirm that a central responsibility they have no matter what field their in is keeping their staff from physically attacking each other. If Romney were president and makes some off remark with taints our relation with another country or with groups he has to bring together he could make a delicate situation much worse. The binder comment is just the latest example that he is not presidential material.
oh I am all for them talking about binders. i am just saying what im saying to emphasize to people who aren't deluded how delusional that type of talk is when we have serious issues.
Because your Boiking is such a gawdawful POS of a President, that you're grasping at every straw you can.
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