Discussion in 'Politics' started by pvsi., Jun 14, 2012.
Certainly wont be doing any explaining to you...
At least you get to the point of this thread...
More whistling past the graveyard to cover up the fact that obama is in a down spiral.
I don't expect Romney to lose. There is little doubt in my mind he will. But there's still almost 5 months til the election so we'll see what happens. I think this OP would makes more sense if Romney didn't have momentum and wasn't in the lead.
Wow are the left worried! Lol!
It's more like what are they going to say when Obama is GONE!
I'm a liberal Obama supporter who, unfortunately, has to admit that things are looking pretty good for Romney right now.
Ultimately, I'm not too upset about it. Romney is a pretty middle of the road type guy - he's only been bullshitting all the conservatives so he could get the nomination. He's no Huckabee, Palin, Gengrich or like the other nut cases that the repugs have been running the past few years. He's got a lot more brains than Bush. He's a champion of healthcare reform (wiggle, wiggle wingnuts!)
He is however in Wall Street's pocket - hell he IS Wall Street.
I'd expect him to give a lot of lip service to conservative values, while instituting a slew of liberal programs - ones that the repugs won't fight because they'll come from a repug President.
I'm only worried about his economic policies. But there's a good chance that once the repugs have the Presidency, they'll end this war against America that they've been waging since Obama took office.
Of course I'll still vote for Obama - I agree more with his intentions - and I object strongly to the totally sleazy anti-American policies that the Reugs have been using just to get Obama out of office. I don't think that they should be rewarded for that.
The cry will go out from Limbaugh and others that Romney was not a real conservative.
How will republicans explain themselves when Romney loses?
They could always blame Bush.
No explanation necessary about the results of a presidential election. I'm much more concerned about how radical socialists will react to Obama's defeat.
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