Democrats For Romney

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    Democrats should vote Romney

    If you consider that most Democrats are center left, Romney is the candidate that's closest to their political beliefs.

    Obama definitely let them down on that hopey changy thing, has proven too far left for most Democrats, is definitely weak on economic issues and they mostly agree that Obama has the country on the wrong track.

    For the good of the country Democrats should vote Romney, he's their logical choice.
     
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    I bet many do! The economy is what people care about and he is the man for the economy!
     
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    Many Massachussetts democrats voted for Romney in the past....just sayin'
     
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    Yes Dems, vote Mitt... I mean think about it, his track record is a proven Progressive liberal... Republicans can't wait to get out in droves to vote for Mitt. lol.

    Hey Reps, vote Obama, I mean think about it, he has all the same positions as Mitt has had at one point or another and he has a much better chance of winning.
     
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    What specifically about his track record in government, other than Romneycare's state level mandate, do you find progressively liberal?

    By specifically I mean actions as gov. of MA.
     
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    I believe many Democrats are dispirited with Obama splitting the country also, Romney would at least be a bridge to unite the country again. Sure, the hard left and hard right would be pissed but eh..screw them.

    Obama could never unite the country again , there's just no way.

    4 more years of this political turmoil and crap.. who want's it really?
     
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    Not me, not me at all.

    4 more years of this and there will be a civil war between those who get checks from employers and those who get checks from the government.
     
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    The biggest problem with Mitt would be his clear willingness to follow a script supplied to him by god knows who. Wait until he is nominated and watch the Bush White House staff and political appointees crystallize around him.
     
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    ..and Obama.. think Pelosi & Reid
     

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