Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by 007, Sep 25, 2012.
President Obama 347 Governor Romney 191
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Yes Romney will do a better job......So says the presidential candidate who thinks people should be able to roll down airplane windows.
who really knows.
It is crazy to think that voting in either of the two parties that have been in control since Lincoln was president will change anything for the better. The US has been doing that for long enough and it has only gotten worse.
You can't trust a polititian to represent anyone but himself.
I say lets change the constitution to return the power of control back to the people.
I'd agree with that. But I'd also say that some politicians are worse than others. Case in point, what we currently have in the white house is undoubtedly the worst president in the history of the United States. He's about as anti American as I have ever witnessed, and he has already done the country mind numbing damage adding six trillion to the debt and millions to welfare.
But I'd love to see the party system abolished, totally done away with. No more R's, D's, L's, nothing, no more. Candidates would be elected completely on their beliefs. And if a candidate went back on a campaign promise, they couldn't run for reelection, period. No if's, and's or but's. Also term limits for ALL elected officials, top to bottom, right down to small town village board.
RealClearBias is more like it. The polls have been shown to be so biased and blatantly lop sided they're a joke.
There's only one GOOD way to know who's going to be the next president, and that's to see who wins in November. All these polls are a farce.
I don't remember Obama breaking anything. He stepped into a collapsing building and has been trying to hold it up ever since.
since when do you hold a building up by blaming the someone else for the work and then removing structural members. Thats what you do to tear down the building.
Play nice, please.
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