Mitt's jobs record not as good as Giuliani's?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Luddly Neddite, May 27, 2012.

  1. Luddly Neddite

    Luddly Neddite Diamond Member

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    Rudy Giuliani: Mitt Romney's 'Decent' Jobs Record Not 'As Great' As My Own (VIDEO)


    THERE's the problem, there's the massive disconnect between left and right.

    The left thinks that President Obama's four million new jobs and many millions more in old jobs saved is pretty damn good. Especially since the anti-job R's have fought job creation every inch of the way.

    OTOH, the rw's are just falling all over themselves to vote for a useless failure of a one term "governor" who managed to place 47th in the nation in job creation but was really good at destroying AMERICAN companies and firing AMERICAN workers while pouring money into foreign companies. And, they seem to think that being 47th is a "decent" record!

    Oh yeah, and we should give Mittens credit for forcing the TAXPAYERS to pay the biggest bail out in Olympics history.

    What the heck, go ahead and vote for Mittens. Maybe we can get used to being a fiefdom.

    btw -Anybody remember FAILURE Giuliani bragging about how he had 9/11 under control?

    WHY do you rw's vote for these jerks? Why do you want to force the rest of us to support foreign companies?
    Last edited: May 27, 2012
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